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MASTER STUDENTS INTERNSHIPS
- Équipe Bessereau – M2
Genetic control of acetylcholine receptor biosynthesis: from C. elegans to human pathologies.
Dysfunction of acetylcholine receptors is linked to several pathologies, including myasthenia or schizophrenia. The quantity of the receptors at the plasma membrane is thus finely tuned and results from a balance between biosynthesis, recycling and degradation of the receptors. The aim of the internship is to characterize the role of two proteins, TMED7 and TMED2, in the biogenesis of the receptors.