vaccination - Institut Pasteur
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2017.07.06
Health professionals are rallying around in support of the French government's plan to make 11 vaccines compulsory for children. Prof. Philippe Sansonetti, a...
Moustique et paludisme Institut Pasteur
Document de presse
2017.07.17
Malaria super-spreading mosquitoes can now be identified more easily. Researchers from the Institut Pasteur, CNRS and IRD, in collaboration with scientific...
Hépatites virales : le défi de la communication en Afrique - Institut Pasteur
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2017.06.29
WHO adopted in 2016 a global strategy to eliminate hepatitis B and C by 2030. On the basis of anthropological analyses conducted in multiple African countries...
Fiches maladies - Grippe et Grippe aviaire - Institut Pasteur
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2017.06.22
RNA viruses, like influenza viruses, have broad genetic variability, which gives them a high adaptive potential. As part of the fight against RNA viruses,...
Document de presse
2017.05.05
During a wave of expansion that began 4,000 to 5,000 years ago, Bantu-speaking populations – today some 310 million people – gradually left their original...
Benoit Witkowski - Paludisme - Institut Pasteur Cambodge
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2017.04.24
The malaria molecular epidemiology unit at the Institut Pasteur in Cambodia is interested in the resistance of the malaria pathogens to the drugs currently in...
 Arthropod-borne viruses in the Mediterranean and Black Sea regions: a global picture
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2017.04.04
Viruses transmitted by arthopods such as mosquitoes and ticks are a growing global public health concern. The Mediterranean and Black Sea regions are not...
 Cellules infectées par le virus du Zika en microscopie électronique à transmission - Institut Pasteur
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2017.03.30
Emerging and re-emerging infectious diseases are a threat to public health, as we saw with SARS in 2003, the influenza (H1N1pdm09) pandemic in 2009, MERS-CoV...
Stegomyia fasciata (Aedes aegypti) - Institut Pasteur
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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
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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...

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