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Néoneurone
Report
2017.03.01
From completely artificial hearts to bionic eyes, recent progress in science has ushered in a new era for medicine. But how does the brain fit into this? The...
Cellule infectée par Listeria monocytogenes.en microscopie à fluorescence
News
2017.02.14
Scientists from the Institut Pasteur, Inserm and INRA have recently discovered in the pathogenic bacterium Listeria monocytogenes, responsible for listoriosis...
RMN - Institut Pasteur
News
2017.02.08
The Institut Pasteur in Paris recently acquired a new 800 MHz NMR (nuclear magnetic resonance) instrument for biological research. This extremely powerful...
Institut Pasteur
News
2017.02.03
Given the immense complexity of brain organization, neurobiologist Jean-Pierre Changeux has come up with a new research strategy that encourages a more...
Cote Ivoire - Institut Pasteur
News
2017.02.02
On the African continent, diarrheal diseases are very frequent but their etiology is often unknown which does not allow an optimal care of the patients....
Enseignement Education - Institut Pasteur
News
2017.02.01
As a leading biomedical research center in many fields of health, the Institut Pasteur also has an education center which contributes to the dissemination of...
Bactériophage E. Coli - Institut Pasteur
News
2017.01.30
Pathogenic bacteria known as AIEC, which bind to the intestinal mucosa, are frequently found in Crohn's disease patients. Scientists at the Institut Pasteur,...
Virus Ebola vu en microscopie électronique à transmission - Institut Pasteur
Report
2017.01.26
The Ebola epidemic that struck West Africa from 2013-2016 served as a reminder that the world is still very much at risk from exposure to infection. The...
Comment la nicotine agit sur le cerveau des schizophrènes
Document de presse
2017.01.23
Several studies have indicated that schizophrenic patients are likely to show a high level of nicotine dependence. Scientists from the Institut Pasteur, the...
Fievre jaune - Institut Pasteur
News
2017.01.12
In December 2015 a yellow fever epidemic broke out in Angola, subsequently giving rise to 7,300 suspected cases and nearly 400 deaths. A group of scientists...

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