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Hassan Hayek (18 octobre 2019) :
“Role du facteur d’initiation eIF3 dans la traduction de l’ARNm de l’histone H4”
Thèse de l’Université de Strasbourg
Direction : Christine Allmang-Cura et Gilbert Eriani

Fatima Alghoul (26 Sep 2019) :
“The mechanism of inhibition of cap-dependent translation by the Translation Inhibitory Elements (TIE) a3 and a11 in Hox mRNAs”
Thesis of Strasbourg university
Direction : Franck Martin

Lauriane Gross (26 octobre 2018) :
“Le piratage de l’appareil de traduction de la cellule hôte par le virus de la paralysie du cricket (CrPV)”
Thèse de l’Université de Strasbourg
Direction : Franck Martin

Anne-Sophie Gribling-Burrer (25 september 2015) :
“Mechanism of selenoprotein mRNA 5’cap hypermethylation and impact on their translation”
Thesis of Strasbourg university
Direction : Christine Allmang-Cura

Arnaud D’orchymont (27 november 2013) :
“Structural studies of histone H4 messenger RNA”
Thesis of Strasbourg university
Direction : Jean Cavarelli and Gilbert Eriani

Maria Prokudin Ludwig (4 october 2010) :
“Study of histones H2A, H2B, H3 and H4 mRNA translation initiation”
Thesis of Strasbourg university
Direction : Gilbert Eriani

Sophie Jaeger (25 november 2005) :
“Studies on the 3’ end processing and on the translation process of histone H4 mRNA”
Thesis of Louis Pasteur university
Direction : Gilbert Eriani

Renaud Geslain (December 2003) :
“Study of the structure-function relationships, of the arginyl-tRNA synthetase and tRNAarg from Saccharomyces cerevisiae, using genetic approaches”
Thesis of Louis Pasteur university
Direction : Gilbert Eriani

Laurent Ador (1998) :
“Isolation and study of functional elements of yeast aspartyl-tRNA synthetase by in vivo approaches”
Thesis of Louis Pasteur university
Direction : Jean Gangloff

Franck Martin (1995) :
“Studies of the functional conformations of aspartyl-tRNA synthetase. Molecular basis of the enzyme-substrates specific recognition”
Thesis of Louis Pasteur university
Direction : Jean Gangloff