Consortia

Our team is developing a research program for the understanding and treatment of neuromuscular disorders. We are grateful to AFM-Telethon for the generous support of this program through the Strategic Pole Translamuscle.

We are active member of stem-cell-focused consortium: Labex-Revive,

GDR Stem cells in vivo

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Our research

The Relaix lab seeks to understand the fundamental mechanisms of development, regeneration and pathology, using skeletal muscle as a model tissue. Find out more.

Our lab is linked to UPEC Health Faculty, INSERM (Institut Mondor de Recherche Biomédicale), ENVA, EFS & APHP.

News

June 2021

Publication

Our study on "HIRA stabilizes skeletal muscle lineage identity" is out at Nat Commun

April 2021

PhD defense

Aymeline defended her thesis

February 2021

Publication

Our study on "Tissue damage induces a conserved stress response that initiates quiescent muscle stem cell activation" is out at Cell Stem Cell

June 2021

Publication

Our study on "Unexpected contribution of fibroblasts to muscle lineage as a mechanism for limb muscle patterning" is out at Nat Commun

April 2021

Publication

Our study on "M-Cadherin is a PAX3 target during myotome patterning" is out at Front Cell Dev Biol

January 2021

Publication

Our study on "Platelets facilitate the wound-healing capability of mesenchymal stem cells by mitochondrial transfer and metabolic reprogramming" is out at Cell Metabolism

May 2021

Publication

Our study on "Stress relief: emerging methods to mitigate dissociation-induced artefacts." is out at Trend Cell Biol

April 2021

New team members

We welcome Iwona for her post-doc work and Léa for taking care of our neuromuscular physio-pathology models

January 2021

Publication

Our study on "Cardiolipin content controls mitochondrial coupling and energetic efficiency in muscle" is out at Science Advances

May 2021

Publication

Our study on "Direct contribution of skeletal muscle mesenchymal progenitors to bone repair" is out at Nat Commun

March 2021

Publication

Our study on "Progressive and coordinated mobilization of the skeletal muscle niche throughout tissue repair revealed by single-cell proteomic analysis" is out at Cells

January 2021

New team members

We welcome Marine, Gwladys & Diane in the team for their masters theses