Jean-Claude Bregliano is an honorary university professor. He began his university career in Orsay in 1960. In 1967, he left with Philippe L'Héritier to Clermont-Ferrand to found the Laboratoire de Génétique de l'Université Blaise Pascal and a course in Genetics. He took over the management of the company in 1973. This laboratory will discover in the Drosophila and for the first time in the animal kingdom, a family of transposable elements. He leads the grouping of isolated teams of young biologists, which led to the creation in 1983 of an Associate Research Unit at the CNRS, the direction of which he shares with Jean-Pierre Dufaure. In 1990, he moved to Marseille-Luminy where he created a genetic team within the Institut de Biologie du Développement. This team showed, for the first time in a metazoan in toto, that moderate doses of gamma irradiation stimulate homologous recombination. An effect subject to transient epigenetic transmission. From 1995 to 2000, J-C Bregliano directed the doctoral training in Biologie Cellulaire, Biologie Structurale et Microbiologie, which included a large number of laboratories in PACA (France). In addition to the publications of his laboratories, he is co-author of a chapter in the book "Mobile Genetic Elements" published by the Acad Press in 1983, as well as 3 articles in the Encyclopædia Universalis. He is the author of the blog

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