Krainik Alexandre et Barbier Emmanuel


Our projects aim to understand how a scaffold protein such as huntingtin coordinates the cellular and molecular mechanisms governing the cell division of neural progenitors and their differentiation during embryonic development and adulthood. Because huntingtin is mutated in Huntington's disease, we investigate whether these mechanisms are altered during pathological progression.

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Laboratory's website : IRMaGe

Permanent staff

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Last name First name Mail
Krainik Alexandre
Barbier Emmanuel
Tropres Irène
Lamalle Laurent
Pietras Johan
Harquel Sylvain
Cousin Emilie
Grillon Emmanuelle
Fauvelle Florence

Corresponding Research Areas in NeuroCoG

Neural cells and neural networks: no
Cognitive functions: yes
Social and cognitive interactions: yes
Parkinson’s Disease (PD): yes

Published on August 27, 2018