SEMINAR

On the multiple roads to cell fate decision: Integrating transcription factors into RNA-regulatory networks



Infos

Dates
6th May - 13:15
Lieu
Léon Fredericq Auditorium
GIGA B34 +5
Durée
1h
Horaires
13h15 - 14h15

Julie Carnesecchi, CRCN CNRS, Lyon
Institut de Génomique Fonctionelle
Ontogenesis and Molecular Interactions

While the current view states that Transcription Factors (TFs) act on DNA regulatory elements to deploy precise gene programs, an emerging concept proposes that TFs also bind RNA and regulate splicing to promote molecular and cellular diversity. Yet, how the RNA regulatory functions of TFs contribute to their key role in cell fates remains puzzling. From in vitro interaction to tissue development, the seminar will survey some of our latest findings focusing on the splicing function and RNA-binding ability of the homeodomain TFs, using Drosophila muscle development as a paradigm of cell fate decisions. 

Contact at GIGA : Franck Dequiedt

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