A team of CNRS 6015/INSERM 1083


mitolab.eu replaces lbbma.univ-angers.fr

After nearly ten years of loyal service, the website of the Laboratoire de Biochimie et Biologie Moléculaire d’Angers (LBBMA, lbbma.univ-angers.fr) has been replaced by mitolab.eu. The Mitolab team comes from the historical INSERM EMI 00.18 team, which later became the INSERM U694. In 2010, Mitolab joined the Department of Integrated Neurovascular and Mitochondrial Biology, CNRS 6214/INSERM 1083, headed by Dr. Daniel […]

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eOPA1 has moved to the mitodyn.org portal

Autosomal dominant optic atrophy (ADOA; MIM# 165500), also known as Kjer disease, is the most common hereditary optic neuropathy. The OPA1 gene (optic atrophy 1; MIM# 605290), has been identified in most cases of the disease. In 2003, we have developed a new locus-specific database (LSDB), eOPA1 (http://lbbma.univ-angers.fr/eOPA1/) aimed at collecting published and unpublished sequence variations in […]

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The MITOchondrial DYNamics variation portal (mitodyn.org)

Mitolab is proud to announce the MITOchondrial DYNamics variation portal, mitodyn.org, aimed at specializing in genes involved in disorders of mitochondrial dynamics (Cassereau et al., Orphanet J Rare Dis 2011). We have used the Leiden Open-source Variation Database (LOVD, Fokkema et al., Hum Mutat 2011) framework. A standardized description of the clinical and molecular items is set […]

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The Mitolab logo

You will find below the variations of the Mitolab logo in low-resolution. The high resolution and vector versions are available on request. Mitolab logo, white background Mitolab logo, transparent background Mitolab logo, white letters, transparent background (for use with dark backgrounds) Mitolab logo, solid white, transparent background (for use with dark backgrounds) Mitolab logo, grayscale, transparent background […]

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