Felome Launches the Commercialization of Genetic Analyses for Companion Cats
Felome will begin the commercialization of a service offering genetic analyses for companion cats, to reveal their predispositions to over 50 diseases, identify their main physical traits, and their similarities with 14 types of breeds.
15 January 2024Read the article
A prize and gold for the 2023 Évry Paris-Saclay iGEM team
The international synthetic biology competition iGEM celebrated its 20th anniversary. From across the globe, the event drew more than 7,000 students in 400 teams from 66 countries. Genopole was there, among other actors in synthetic biology, to present the biocluster's advantages at its stand, and support the 17 students of the Évry Paris-Saclay team and their outstanding project, OptoGenEYEsis.
22 November 2023Read the article
IBISC – Structure prediction for RNA complexes
passes a milestone in structure prediction for RNA complexes, key players in cell biology.
06 November 2023Read the article
IBISC: A first predictive tool for the emerging field of bifunctional RNA
The IBISC laboratory has developed IRSOM2, an unprecedented bioinformatics tool for the prediction of bifunctional RNA, a relatively recently discovered class of RNA showing both an ability to code for proteins and an ability to perform biological roles.
31 August 2023Read the article
SABNP & Synsight: discovery of new medicines
SABNP and Synsight have validated an integrated, drug discovery approach uniting informatics, structural biology and in vivo exploration.
10 May 2023Read the article
Genopole strengthens its ties with the Research Triangle Park
From Monday March 20 to Thursday March 24, Genopole's Partnership & Business Development team visited the Research Triangle Park biopark in North Carolina to strengthen scientific and industrial collaborations.
19 April 2023Read the article
Lambe: Detecting coagulation biomarkers with a natural nanopore
The Lambe laboratory showed proof of concept for a coagulation biomarker detection technology based on a natural nanopore.
09 March 2023Read the article
Genoscope: Biomanufacturing with bacteria
A team led by Andrew Tolonen has developed a method to optimize the genetic engineering of Clostridium genus bacteria for biotech applications
15 February 2023Read the article
Shining light on a key mechanism of Duchenne muscular dystrophy￼
A Genethon team has provided new insights on a complex genetic mechanism involved in mitochondrial dysfunction in Duchenne muscular dystrophy.
16 December 2022Read the article
A trio of genome sites associated with arterial hypertension￼
Researchers from the CNRGH and PARCC have identified three loci associated with an increased risk of developing primary hyperaldosteronism, a leading cause of arterial hypertension.
12 December 2022Read the article
The story of the domestic donkey told by its genome
Genoscope participated in the sequencing of the DNA of 250 donkeys in a study revealing the domestication of this species highly contributive to human activities to this day.
14 November 2022Read the article
Galaxy-SynBioCAD: accelerating the arrival of green chemistry￼
Conceived by the Genomics Metabolics Unit, Galaxy-SynBioCAD accelerates biological design and engineering for the production of next generation chemical compounds.
28 October 2022Read the article
T-FITNESS: Toward empowering CAR-T therapies for solid tumors
The Genopole team SysFate is participating in the international project T-FITNESS. The project, selected by the European Innovation Council, aims to resolve the difficulty of T-cell exhaustion in CAR-T therapies for solid tumors.
13 September 2022Read the article
Toward the genomic selection of farmed insects￼
France is historically a land of livestock farming. Cows for meat or milk, sheep, pigs, fowl of all sorts; France rears them all. And insects! With its genomic selection project for Tenebrio molitor beetles, the Genopole company Ÿnsect and its biocluster partner, the sequencing center Genoscope, are making France a pioneer in insect farming.
11 July 2022Read the article
A feat in the study of planktonic life￼
A Genoscope research team was part of a pioneering study in environmental genomics. The researchers were able to at least partially reconstitute the genomes of close to 700 eukaryote species.
09 June 2022Read the article