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In this study, NeuroSpin researchers leveraged the Individual Brain Charting (IBC) dataset, acquired by high-resolution functional MRI during the performance of behavioural tasks, to investigate the feasibility of individual mapping of the cognitive components underlying the tasks. They thus individualized six regions of interest in the language network and established their cognitive profile.
A SIMoS team, in collaboration with the SHFJ, NeuroSpin and the Butantan Institute, is highlighting, in an experimental model of multiple sclerosis, alterations of the peripheral nervous system, hitherto little documented.
Researchers from I2BC (SBIGeM), in collaboration with teams from Sorbonne University, have characterized cyclodipeptide oxidases in vivo and shown that they are valuable tools for producing dehydrogenated 2,5-diketopiperazines, precursors of bioactive molecules of pharmaceutical interest, in Escherichia coli using synthetic biology approaches.
Solène Marie is one of the 35 laureates of the L'Oréal-UNESCO National Prize for Women in Science "Jeunes Talents France". She is rewarded for her work at the SHFJ.
On September 3, the European Research Council announced the names of the 436 winners of the ERC Starting Grant 2020 call. Florent Meyniel, CEA researcher at the NeuroSpin department of the Joliot Institute, is among them.
A team from the I2BC publishes in FEBS Journal an exhaustive review of the various mutations affecting the structure of type A lamins, proteins that make up the envelope of the cell nucleus (nuclear lamina), which lead to premature aging in people with the disease (Progeria).
CEA is a French government-funded technological research organisation in four main areas: low-carbon energies, defense and security, information technologies and health technologies. A prominent player in the European Research Area, it is involved in setting up collaborative projects with many partners around the world.