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Application de la complémentation de fluorescence bi-moléculaire à l'étude du mode d'action des protéines Hox in vivo

@inproceedings{Hudry2011ApplicationDL,
  title={Application de la compl{\'e}mentation de fluorescence bi-mol{\'e}culaire {\`a} l'{\'e}tude du mode d'action des prot{\'e}ines Hox in vivo},
  author={Bruno Hudry},
  year={2011}
}
My current laboratory aims to tackle the issue of specificity and diversity of regulatory molecules, taking the Drosophila Hox transcription factors as a paradigm for the analysis. During my PhD, I developed three connected research lines.Project 1: Visualization of protein interactions in living Drosophila embryos by the BiFC assayOur results establish the general suitability of BiFC for revealing and studying protein interactions in their physiological context during the rapid course of… Expand

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