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|Name:||Dr. Janbon, Guilhem|
|Country:||France||Phone:||01 45 68 83 56|
|We are studying the biosynthetic pathway of the Cryptococcus neoformans capsule polysaccharides. We have been involved in the annotation of the C. neoformans genome and we have started a program of systematic deletion of gene involved in the biosynthesis of these polysaccharides This strains collection will be used to understand the influence of the capsule structure on the cryptococcosis pathophysiology and potentially to develop an anti-Cryptococcus vaccine, but also for more basic sciences oriented projects on different aspects of polysaccharides biosynthesis in eukaryotes (regulation of the nucleotide-sugars transport into vesicles, relationship between the splicing of some specific genes and capsule structure…). Indeed, C. neoformans can be considered for many aspects as a model for the study of polysaccharides biosynthesis in higher eukaryotes. We are also studying the genetics of biofilms formation by Candida. We are looking for genes involved in the formation of such strutures in Candida albicans and Candida glabrata|
|Special methods / technologies:|
|molecular biology of pathogenic yeasts|
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