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The Saccharomyces cerevisiae full genome sequencing 20th anniversary

Paris, France - April

In April 1996, Saccharomyces cerevisiae, the budding yeast, was the first eukaryotic genome to be completely sequenced thanks to the collaboration of 641 scientists from more than 96 labs all over the world!

Discovered 7000 years ago by the Egyptians, the history of yeast research really began with Louis Pasteur in 1857 who first described the fermentation process.
Since then, studying the budding yeast allowed breakthrough discoveries such as the first demonstration of enzymatic activities outside a living cell by Edward Buchner in the early 1900s or the transformation of S. cerevisiae with a plasmid that had been replicated in E. coli in 1978.
More recently, two Nobel Prizes were awarded for studies involving the budding yeast. In 2001, to Leland H. Hartwell, Tim Hunt and Sir Paul M. Nurse for their discoveries of key regulators of the cell cycle, and in 2009 to Elizabeth H. Blackburn, Carol W. Greider and Jack W. Szostak for their discoveries of telomere functions.

Today still, S. cerevisiae is an invaluable resource for the scientific community and is involved in more studies than we can count. It is easy to culture, manipulate, mutate and maintain in a lab at a low cost. It also share many similarities and a high protein sequence and function conservation with various eukaryotic species including humans
At Hybrigenics, the budding yeast is our best “Buddy”! We keep on discovering the binding partners of researchers’ proteins thanks to our ULTImate Y2H process.

Feel free to follow Yeasu the yeast in our infographic to see how our projects work.

Happy Anniversary!

Happy Anniversary budding yeast!!!

Meet us at the AAI meeting 2016

Seattle, WA, USA - 13-17 May

The American Association of Immunology (AAI) will hold their annual meeting in Seattle, WA, USA, from May 13th to 17th, 2016

There will be several conferences around various topics in the field, such as: macrophage development and function in health and disease, unconventional T cells and innate-Like lymphocytes, new developments in respiratory tract immunity, transcriptional networks in immune cell development, cell-cell communication during viral infection or novel concepts in neuroimmunology.

The meeting will also host poster sessions, award presentations and many other social events to bring together the immunology community.

Brent Passer, Director of Business Development for USA, will be there and he will be happy to meet you to discuss your project. Feel free to contact us to arrange a meeting with him.

Our optimized Yeast Two-Hybrid Screening service ULTImate Y2H can help you discover the binding partners of your protein to unravel immune pathways and boost your research.

Furthermore, we have many highly complex libraries from Human Thymocytes, Macrophages, B Cell Lymphoma, Mouse Spleen or libraries from bacteria ready to be screened. We can even build a custom library from the most appropriate sample. Let's meet to discuss your needs!
We are looking forward to seeing you there!

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Meet us at the BSCB-BSDB joint meeting

10-13 April - Warwick, UK

The British Society for Cell Biology and the British Society for Developmental Biology will hold their joint spring meeting in Warwick, UK, from April 10th to 13th, 2016.

Hybrigenics Services is happy to sponsor and attend this event that will bring together experts and scientists from both Cell Biology and Developmental biology communities, to discuss their latest research.

Dr. Imenne Boubakour, business development manager and Dr. Valérie Hindié, Scientific Project Leader, will be there and waiting for your visit booth #17. They will be happy to meet you to discuss your protein interaction project.

Feel free to contact us now to arrange a meeting with our team during this conference.

 

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Meet us at the Autophagy & Proteasome Workshop

Clermont-Ferrand, France - 06-08 April

Meet us at the Autophagy & Proteasome Workshop in Clermont-Ferrand, France, from April 6th to 8th, 2016.

The workshop will cover many aspects of the Ubiquitin Proteasome System and Autophagy such as:

- Proteasome structure, function and regulation

- Signaling pathways that control ubiquitination and protein modification

- Proteasome roles in cancer, cell stress, signal transduction

- Autophagy connection with the UPS and its role in cell homeostasis

Jean-Christophe Rain, General Deputy Manger, will attend this event. Contact us to arrange a meeting with us to discuss your project.

Proteasome & Autophagy 2016

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Meet us at the Tumour Microenvironment and Signalling meeting

Heidelberg, Germany - 03-06 April

Meet us at the EMBL Tumour Microenvironment and Signalling symposium from April 03rd to 06th, 2016 in Heidelberg, Germany.

This conference will bring together experts and scientists in various field of life science, to discuss how cancer cells communicate with their microenvironment. This symposium aims to improve the understanding of cancer mechanisms & tumour development and progression through the study of the mutiple signaling pathways involved in cancer.

Several topics will be covered, such as the signaling pathways in stroma and cancers, cancer stem cells, cancer and the immune system, the animal models of cancer and the therapeutical implications.

Bruno Mainnemard, business development manager, will attend this meeting and will be happy to meet you to discuss your project. Feel free to contact us to arrange a meeting with him.

Our optimized Yeast Two-Hybrid Screening service ULTImate Y2H can help you discover the binding partners of your tumor suppressor, oncogene or regulatory protein of interest and boost your research. With a better understanding of the molecular pathways involved, many applications such as Cancer diagnosis, prediction of clinical outcome and identification of therapeutic targets will become easier.

Furthermore, we have dozen of highly complex libraries from different model of cancers ready to be screened. HeLa cells, B cells lymphoma, Breast/Lung/Colon tumor cells... We can even build a custom library from the most appropriate sample.

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Meet us at the Cochin Institute

Paris, France - 31 March-1 April

Hybrigenics Services is happy to sponsor The third Conference on Infection, Immunity and Inflammation organized by the Cochin Institute from March 31rst to April 1rst, 2016 in Paris, France.

Dr. Stephanie Blachon, Scientific Project Leader will attend this meeting and will be happy to meet you to discuss your project.

She will also present Hybribody, our new range of services for the selection and validation of single-domain antibodies.

Hybribody will provide researchers with reliable and validated VHH antibodies without animal immunization in only a couple of month.

Feel free to contact us to arrange a meeting with Stephanie.

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