News
2018.02.28
Why do we respond differently to infections or vaccines? Why are some people allergic to pollen? These are still unanswered questions in biological and medical...
Des facteurs génétiques à l’origine de la sensibilité des Asiatiques et des Européens à la dengue sévère
Document de presse
2018.02.21
As globalization and climate change spread tropical infectious diseases around the globe, not all populations have the same degree of susceptibility....
Document de presse
2018.02.19
Although we have known for several years that the adult brain can produce new neurons, many questions about the properties conferred by these adult-born...
Campus - CIS - Institut Pasteur
News
2018.02.09
This year, the Association for Research in Otolaryngology (ARO) chose to recognize the research of Prof. Christine Petit by selecting her as the recipient of...
Institut Pasteur
Document de presse
2018.02.08
Professor Anne Dejean-Assémat, Head of the Nuclear Organization and Oncogenesis Unit at the Institut Pasteur and Inserm, has recently been awarded the Sjöberg...
News
2018.02.14
Every year in the world, 4 million children die before the age of one, mainly in resource-limited countries, one-third of them due to a severe infection. The...
Coqueluche - Institut Pasteur
News
2018.02.12
The CyaA protein is a toxin produced by the bacteria responsible for whooping cough. When it intoxicates target cells, CyaA binds to a molecule known as...
News
2018.02.08
There are over a hundred mosquito-borne diseases, including dengue – which affects over 50 million people each year – and chikungunya. These are arboviruses,...
ADN - DNA - Institut Pasteur
News
2018.01.30
For almost a hundred years, geneticists have believed that the more a cell divides the more mutations it acquires. However, research by scientists at the...
Salmonella - Institut Pasteur
Report
2018.01.29
The French National Reference Center (CNR) for Salmonella, based at the Institut Pasteur in Paris, is in charge of microbiological surveillance of cases of...

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