Fronzes Lab

Structure & function

of bacterial nano machines

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Welcome to the Fronzes Lab

The group “Structure and function of bacterial nanomachines” aims at answering a simple question: « How macromolecules are transferred through the bacterial cell envelope? »

We study the structure and function of several bacterial secretion systems as well as of the apparatus involved in bacterial transformation (DNA uptake and recombination).

Our research themes

Bacterial type VI secretion systems

Bacterial type VI secretion

systems

Bacterial type III secretion systems

Bacterial type III secretion

systems

Bacterial transformation

Bacterial transformation

systems

Other bacterial nano machines

Other bacterial

nanomachines

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Rémi Fronzes
@fronzes_labFeb 22
RT @CascalesLab: A wide range of unexpected new signalling nucleotides in bacteria. https://t.co/qXvqMfD7wP
Rémi Fronzes
@fronzes_labFeb 19
RT @brutofficiel: "Si le climat était une banque, on l'aurait déjà sauvé." https://t.co/pR7JRA2wYN
Rémi Fronzes
@fronzes_labFeb 19
RT @mixlamalice: Dans ma branche, quasiment plus aucun masterant motivé de bon niveau ne pense aux contrats ED, de fait. https://t.co/Lj7jP
Rémi Fronzes
@fronzes_labFeb 19
RT @gmqlrd: Sinon, y a la version mise à jour, pour ceux que ça intéresse. https://t.co/Xf4soseiH3
Rémi Fronzes
@fronzes_labFeb 16
RT @BaretJc: Welcome back in Bordeaux !! https://t.co/sVPHs5fn8D
Rémi Fronzes
@fronzes_labFeb 15
RT @SjorsScheres: After months of not daring to make the big step, we are now calling #relion-3.0 STABLE. 🥳🥳🥳 Please update your code from…

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