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Fredy Barneche

Contact details
Institut de Biologie de l’Ecole Normale Supérieure (IBENS)
46 rue d’Ulm, 75005 Paris, France
Phone : (33 (0) 144 32 35 28
Fax : (33) (0) 144 32 39 35

Research interests
I am interested in determining how and when chromatin-based or epigenetically controlled mechanisms influence plant adaptive responses to environmental cues, with a specific emphasis on light conditions.

Short CV
• 2016 - CNRS Research Director. IBENS, Paris, France.
• 2008 - CNRS Research Scientist. IBENS, Paris, France.
• 2006 - Human Frontiers of Science Program (HFSP) post-doc fellow. Stazione Zoologica "A. Dohrn", Naples, Italy.
• 2002 - European Molecular Biology Organization (EMBO) post-doc fellow. University of Geneva, Switzerland.
• 2001 - PhD in Molecular and Cellular Plant Biology. Perpignan and Toulouse Universities, France.
• 1998 - Postgraduate Research Assistant. Prof. Craig S. Pikaard lab, Washington University, Saint-Louis, USA.
• 1997 – Master in Molecular and Cellular Plant Biology. Laboratory of Plants Genome and Development, Perpignan, France.
• 1995 - Undergraduate Research Assistant. Laboratory of Molecular Ecology, University of Pau, France.

Publications - from 2010

• *Nassrallah A, *Rougee M, Bourbousse C, Drevensek S, Fonseca S, Iniesto E, Ait-Mohamed O, Deton-Cabanillas AF, Zabulon G, Ahmed I, Stroebel D, Masson V, Lombard B, Eeckhout D, Gevaert K, Loew D, Genovesio A, Breyton C, de Jaeger G, Bowler C, Rubio V and F Barneche. (2018) DET1-mediated degradation of a SAGA-like deubiquitination module controls H2Bub homeostasis. eLife e37892.

• Bourbousse C., Benhamed M. and F. *Barneche (2018). Profiling developmentally and environmentally controlled chromatin reprogramming. (Review) Methods in Molecular Biology .

• *Barneche F, Baroux C. (2017) Unreeling the chromatin thread : a genomic perspective on organization around the periphery of the Arabidopsis nucleus. Genome Biology . 18(1):97 doi : 10.1186/s13059-017-1239-6.

• Jégu T, Veluchamy A, Ramirez-Prado JS, Rizzi-Paillet C, Perez M, Lhomme A, Latrasse D, Coleno E, Vicaire S, Legras S, Jost B, Rougée M, Barneche F, Bergounioux C, Crespi M, Mahfouz M, Hirt H, Raynaud C and Benhamed M. (2017) The Arabidopsis SWI/SNF protein BAF60 mediates seedling growth control by modulating DNA accessibility. Genome Biology 18(1):114. doi : 10.1186/s13059-017-1246-7.

• Snoek BL, Pavlova P, Tessadori F, Peeters AJM, Bourbousse C, Barneche F, de Jong JH, Fransz PF, van Zanten M. (2017) Genetic Dissection of Morphometric Traits Reveals that Phytochrome B Affects Nucleus Size and Heterochromatin Organization in Arabidopsis thaliana. G3

• Schalk C, Drevensek S, Kramdi A, Kassam M, Ahmed I, Cognat V, Graindorge S, Bergdoll M, Baumberger N, Heintz D, Bowler C, Genschik P, Barneche F, Colot V, Molinier J. (2016) DNA DAMAGE BINDING PROTEIN 2 (DDB2) Shapes the DNA Methylation Landscape. The Plant Cell .

• Venturelli S, Belz RG, Kämper A, Berger A, von Horn K, Wegner A, Böcker A, Zabulon G, Langenecker T, Kohlbacher O, Barneche F, Weigel D, Lauer UM, Bitzer M, Becker C. (2015) Plants Release Precursors of Histone Deacetylase Inhibitors to Suppress Growth of Competitors. The Plant Cell .

• Bourbousse C, Mestiri I, Zabulon G, Bourge M, Formiggini F, Koini MA, Brown SC, Fransz P, Bowler C, *Barneche F. (2015) Light signaling controls nuclear architecture reorganization during seedling establishment. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. *Cor. author

• *Barneche F., Malapeira J. and P. Mas. (2014) The impact of chromatin dynamics on plant light responses and circadian clock function. J. Exp. Bot.. (Review). *Cor. author

• Bourbousse C., Ahmed I., Roudier F., Zabulon G., Blondet E., Balzergue S., Colot V., Bowler C. and F. Barneche*. (2012) Histone H2B monoubiquitination facilitates the rapid modulation of gene expression during Arabidopsis photomorphogenesis. PLoS Genetics. *Cor. author

• Castells E., Molinier J., Benvenuto G., Bourbousse C., Zabulon G., Zalc A., Cazzaniga S., Genschik P., *Barneche F., and C. Bowler. (2011) The conserved factor DE-ETIOLATED 1 cooperates with CUL4-DDB1DDB2 to maintain genome integrity upon UV stress. EMBO J.. *Cor. author

• Roudier F., Ahmed I., Bérard C., Sarazin A., Mary-Huard T., Cortijo S., Caillieux E., Al-Shikley L., Duvernois-Berthet E., Giraut L., Després B., Drevensek S., Barneche F., Bowler C., Brunaud V., Aubourg S., Martin-Magniette M.-L., Robin S. and Colot V. (2011) Integrative epigenomic mapping defines four major chromatin types in Arabidopsis. EMBO J.

• Castells E., Molinier J., Genschick P., Drevensek S., *Barneche F. & C. Bowler. (2010) det1-1 induced UV-C hyposensitivity through UVR3 and PHR1 photolyase overexpression. Plant Journal. *Cor. author

• Enfissi E.M., Barneche F., Ahmed I., Lopez E., Lichtlé C., McQuinn R., Giovannoni J., Bowler C., Bramley P. & P. Fraser. (2010) Transcriptomic and Metabolomic Characterisation of Nutritionally Enhanced Tomato Fruit Associated with the Fruit Specific Silencing of DE-ETIOLATED1 reveals links between primary and secondary metabolism. The Plant Cell.