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  • Research | 22.05.2015

    EBOV sequences from Guinea

    The Institut Pasteur and the Institut Pasteur International network are releasing EBOV sequences to support the public health response as well as the development and evaluation of EVD vaccines, therapeutics, and diagnostics. Please feel free to download, use, and analyze this data.

  • The visit of the Institut Pasteur in Côte d'Ivoire has shown the dynamism of this institute which had joined the International Network of Pasteur Institutes in 1989

    International News | 19.05.2015

    Christian Bréchot at the Pasteur Institute of Côte d’Ivoire, a visit under the sign of modernization

     

    Abidjan May 6, 2015

    On the occasion of the first visit of the Director of the Institut Pasteur for 40 years, an honor guard welcomed Christian Bréchot and Marc Jouan on their arrival on the campus of the Institut Pasteur of Côte d'Ivoire

    The visit of the Institut Pasteur in Côte d'Ivoire has shown the dynamism of this institute which had joined the International Network of Pasteur Institutes in 1989. Discussions focused on the new challenges of the Institut Pasteur in Côte d'Ivoire, a country that has managed masterfully the Ebola crisis. The rise in of the Institut Pasteur in Côte d’Ivoire is highlighted by the modernisation of a technical platform, a second P3 laboratory to meet biosafety international standards, the creation of a biobank and a remarkable cryopreservation chain. This development is strongly supported by the Ministers of Research and of Health of Côte d'Ivoire

  • Fibroblast from the skin of a patient with Cockayne syndrome. Premature aging: scientists identify and correct defects in diseased cells. © Institut Pasteur

    Press release | 18.05.2015

    Premature aging: scientists identify and correct defects in diseased cells

    Scientists have succeeded in restoring normal activity in cells isolated from patients with the premature aging disease Cockayne syndrome. They have uncovered the role played in these cells by an enzyme, the HTRA3 protease. This enzyme is overexpressed in Cockayne syndrome patient cells, and leads to mitochondrial defects, which in turn play a crucial role in the appearance of symptoms leading to aging in affected children.

  • Blood cells. Viagra to prevent transmission of the malaria parasite?  © 2015 Ramdani et al.

    Press release | 08.05.2015

    Viagra to prevent transmission of the malaria parasite?

    By increasing the stiffness of erythrocytes infected by the causal agent of malaria, Viagra favors their elimination from the blood circulation and may therefore reduce transmission of the parasite from humans to mosquitoes. This astonishing discovery could lead to a treatment to reduce the spread of malaria within a population.

  • Gorille au Gabon - IRD / Nil Rahola - Des singes aux hommes : l’importance des transmissions inter-espèces dans l’émergence des rétrovirus en Afrique centrale - Institut Pasteur

    Research | 07.05.2015

    From monkeys to humans: the importance of interspecies transmission in the emergence of retroviruses in Central Africa

    Most of the viral pathogenic agents that have emerged in humans in recent decades are of animal origin. Hence, researchers from the Institut Pasteur have recently proved, for the first time scientifically at the epidemiological level, that specific contact with a monkey is a risk factor for the transmission of a pathogenic retrovirus (STLV-1/HTLV-1) to humans

  • Neurons. The Institut Pasteur and Stragen sign an exclusive worldwide license agreement for first-in-class pain management dual enkephalinase inhibitor (DENKI) novel compound.  © Institut Pasteur/Philippe Casanova

    Press release | 06.05.2015

    The Institut Pasteur and Stragen sign an exclusive worldwide license agreement for first-in-class pain management novel compound

    The Institut Pasteur, a private non-profit international biomedical research center based in Paris (France), and Stragen, privately-owned, international healthcare company based in Geneva (Switzerland), announced today that they have entered together into an exclusive worldwide license for intellectual property, related to derivatives of endogenous dual enkephalinase inhibitor (DENKI) novel compounds for pain management.

  • Practical class taking place at the Education center - The Médecine-Sciences Program: combining science and medicine to train tomorrow's leaders in biomedical research - Institut Pasteur

    Press release | 30.04.2015

    The Médecine-Sciences Program: combining science and medicine to train tomorrow's leaders in biomedical research

    Recent scientific breakthroughs and technological advances have fundamentally transformed the practice of medicine and biomedical research. To keep step with this changing environment, the École Normale Supérieure, the Institut Pasteur, the Institut Curie, ESPCI ParisTech, the Collège de France and PSL Research University have joined forces to offer students in medicine and pharmacy a new advanced program titled “Médecine-Sciences”.

  • Dr. Dennis Gillings, Chrisitan Bréchot, Dr Mireille Gillings at the Institut Pasteur

    Institutional | 20.04.2015

    Pasteur Gillings Day: A Celebration of Visionary Philanthropy

    The Institut Pasteur today hosted Drs. Dennis and Mireille Gillings for the ‘Pasteur Gillings Day,’ with a varied program of activities including scientific presentations and tours of the Pasteur Museum, the Global Health Center and other important facilities. 

  • Mouse embryo, the developing limbs are highlithed in green. © Institut Pasteur.

    International News | 17.04.2015

    The Mechanics of Life

    An interdisciplinary research team formed by Otger Campàs (University of California Santa Baraba) and colleague Jérome Gros (Institut Pasteur), has received one of the prestigious 2015 Human Frontier Science Program (HFSP) Young Investigators grants. Awarded to a select group of scientists who undergo a rigorous year-long selection process, the highly competitive collaborative research grants fund cutting-edge scientific research under the umbrella theme of “complex mechanisms of living organisms.”

  • Bacteriophages on bacteria. © Institut Pasteur

    Press release | 16.04.2015

    Ferring and the Institut Pasteur collaborate in novel IBD drug development project

    Ferring Pharmaceuticals a research-driven, specialty biopharmaceutical group and the Institut Pasteur, a non-profit international biomedical research center in Paris (France) today announced a collaboration aimed at identifying and developing bacteriophages to treat patients suffering from inflammatory bowel disease (IBD).

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