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2019.06.04
The Institut Pasteur in Paris has opened a vast new insectarium for rearing mosquitoes with the potential to transmit arboviruses – viruses transmitted between...
News
2019.05.14
On April 26, the French Ministry of Health updated its map showing distribution of the tiger mosquito in France. In total, 51 French départements are on "red...
News
2019.05.20
Dengue, also known as dengue fever, is a viral disease transmitted to humans by mosquitoes of the genus Aedes. The incidence of dengue is currently increasing...
News
2019.04.26
Zika virus infection is still a global public health problem. The causative agent is the Zika virus, which is spread by mosquitoes of the Aedes genus. Numerous...
Le prix « Prince Albert II de Monaco - Institut Pasteur » 2019 est attribué à Joacim Rocklöv
News
2019.04.04
During the Monaco Ocean Week*, on Thursday 28 March, His Serene Highness, the Sovereign Prince Albert II, in the presence of Professor Stewart Cole, Director...
Zika en Thaïland
Document de presse
2019.02.27
The circulation of the dengue virus for the past sixty years in South-East Asia is relatively well known. For Zika, the situation is much less clear. In an...
Aedes albopictus - Institut Pasteur
News
2018.09.26
Since December 2016, Brazil has been grappling with its worst yellow fever outbreak for several decades. To date, there have been 2,043 human cases including...
Anna-Bella Failloux responsable du groupe Arbovirus et insectes vecteurs à l’Institut Pasteur
News
2018.10.04
Close to 70 different nationalities work alongside each other on the Institut Pasteur's Paris campus, and Anna-Bella has come all the way from Tahiti. She was...
Fiches maladies - Dengue - Institut Pasteur
News
2018.07.19
It is known that the innate immune response is based on the recognition of viral genomes by cellular receptors. By investigating two of these receptors during...
Document de presse
2018.05.23
Using an original mathematical and statistical analysis method, a team of scientists from the Institut Pasteur partnered with researchers from the United...

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