Tomographie cellulaire Nouvelles techniques

06 Juil 2017
8:30 - 10:15

Tomographie cellulaire Nouvelles techniques

Modérateur : Paul GUICHARD (Genève) 

Mots clés : Tomographie Block face, Exploration cellulaire et tissulaire, connectomics Cryo-microscopie MEB

Résumé Français

Cette session portera sur les nouvelles technologies qui ont permis aux scientifiques de visualiser des details architecturaux sub-cellulaire permettant ainsi de mieux comprendre leur fonctionnement. Ces méthodes incluent de nouvelles approches de microscopie correlative, de méthode d’imagerie 3D utilisant la tomographie électronique et la microscopie a balayage a faisceau d’ions focalises.

Résumé Anglais

This session will focus on new technologies that have allowed scientists to visualise the detailed architecture of the cell and understand how it functions. This will include new correlative approaches as well as 3D imaging methods using both electron tomography and focussed ion beam scanning electron microscopy.
Papers are invited around this subject with keywords: tomography, block face scanning microscopy, connectomics, cryo electron tomography

Programme Détaillé

Modérateur Paul Guichard (Genève)

8h30 – 8h55 Denis Chretien (IGDR, Rennes): Cryo-electron tomography of EB1-gold at growing microtubule ends

8h55 – 9h20 Benjamin Engel (MPI, Munich): Exploring the molecular landscape of Chlamydomonas with in situ cryo-electron tomography

9h20 – 9h31 Cyntia Taveneau (Institut Curie, Paris): (talk oral) Oligomerization properties and structural plasticity of shs1 capped-rod in interaction with membranes

9h31 – 9h42  Flori Serena (MBA, Plymouth): (talk oral) Adressing the mystery of diatom chloroplasts: a multidisciplinary approach.

9h42 – 9h53  Aurelie Di Cicco (Institut Curie, Paris): (talk oral) Cryo-ET of membrane-associated proteins bound to membranes

9h53 – 10h04  Josephine LAI KEE HIM (CBS, Montpellier): Cryo-electron microscopy study of calcium-modulated cis and trans E-cadherin EC1-2 interactions

10h04 – 10h15   Cedric Messaoudi (Institut Curie, Orsay): MMX-I: a data processing software for multi-modal X-ray imaging and tomography