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Aedes - Institut Pasteur
Report
2017.03.31
After investigating cotton, water and paper, the Institut Pasteur’s ambassador, Erik Orsenna, has turned his attention to mosquitoes in his new book,...
News
2017.03.28
“What is it about the 21st century that makes us so particularly vulnerable to epidemics?” This is the question asked by the documentary "Unseen Enemy",...
News
2017.03.29
As part of his trip round the world to gain a better understanding of mosquitoes and write his book Géopolitique du moustique (The Geopolitics of the Mosquito...
Stegomyia fasciata (Aedes aegypti) - Institut Pasteur
News
2017.03.29
Medical and veterinary entomology is a holistic science. Very early on in the history of human society, people became aware that there was a link between...
Aedes albopictus - Institut Pasteur
News
2017.03.29
Aedes albopictus (Skuse, 1894), also known as the "tiger mosquito", originated in Southeast Asia. It can be recognized by the central line of white scales on...
Santé et environnement : l’Institut Pasteur et l’AFD s’engagent sur un nouveau projet
News
2017.03.27
Population growth and economic activity are factors that largely influence ecosystem changes. These changes can in turn have consequences for human populations...
E. Coli - Institut Pasteur
Report
2017.03.22
Pneumonia, bronchitis, ear infections, meningitis, tonsillitis, urinary tract infections, whitlow, septicemia, etc. Many infections are caused by bacteria....
James DI SANTO - Institut Pasteur
News
2017.03.14
The innate immune response provides an important natural defense system that protects the organism against various types of infectious threats. Innate lymphoid...
colon souris bacteries - Institut Pasteur
News
2017.03.08
For the first time, a three-dimensional metagenomics experiment has been carried out on a mouse intestinal microbiota sample. This method quantifies and...
 Cellules infectées par le virus du Zika en microscopie électronique à transmission - Institut Pasteur
News
2017.03.02
Zika virus infection is usually asymptomatic or mild. However, it can sometimes lead to an autoimmune disease called Guillain-Barré syndrome. In rare patients...

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