Chercheur CNRS Laszlo Tora (tél. : 03 88 65 34 44)
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Over the course of evolution, the genomes of most living organisms have grown more complex thanks to transposable elements, a.k.a. “jumping genes,” or DNA fragments that can move and copy themselves from one chromosome location to another. Researchers from Inserm, the CNRS, ...
A team of researchers from Inserm ("Toxicology, pharmacology and cell signaling" JRU 1124) and the universities of Paris Descartes and Paris Diderot have recently discovered that flunarizine – a drug already used to treat migraine and epilepsy – enables the repair of ...
Collisions between replication and transcription complexes cause common fragile site instability at the longest human genes. Anne Helmrich, Monica Ballarino and Laszlo Tora. Molecular Cell. 23 décembre 2011.