Equipe Microtubules, de la tubuline aux fuseaux

Email : gabriel [dot] guilloux [at] univ-rennes1 [dot] fr

Phone : +33 (0)2 23 23 46 41


MiToS team members


Université de Rennes 1
UMR 6290, MiToS Team
Campus de Beaulieu, Bât. 13, Pièce 214
35042 Rennes Cedex

In a few words

Gabriel Guilloux studied at the University of Rennes 1 and obtained his Bachelor's degree in Cellular Biology Genetics Microbiology and Animal Physiology. Gabriel then specialized in cell biology, obtaining a master's degree in Molecular and Cellular Biology. In 2020, Gabriel started a PhD to study the organization of microtubules at spindle poles, under the supervision of Romain Gibeaux, within the team "Microtubules, from Tubulin to Spindles".

Major publications

Changes in seam number and location induce holes within microtubules assembled from porcine brain tubulin and in Xenopus egg cytoplasmic extracts
Guyomar C, Bousquet C, Ku S, Heumann J, Bousquet C, Guilloux G, Gaillard N, Heichette C, Duchesne L, Steinmetz M. O, Gibeaux R, Chrétien D
Elife 2022 Dec.

The Cytoskeleton and Its Roles in Self-Organization Phenomena: Insights from Xenopus Egg Extracts
Geisterfer ZM*, Guilloux G*, Gatlin JC, Gibeaux R
Cells 2021 Aug.
*Co-first authors

Mechanisms of spindle assembly and size control
Guilloux G, Gibeaux R
Biology of the Cell 2020 Aug.

List of publications

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