Sur la piste des biomarqueurs avec Eliette Touati
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2019.02.21
After completing high school, Eliette chose to study science, and when she experienced the realities of life as a scientist she decided to pursue a career in...
épithélium sensoriel d’une cochlée
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2019.02.18
In collaboration with the universities of Miami, Columbia and San Francisco, scientists from the Institut Pasteur, Inserm, CNRS, Collège de France, Sorbonne...
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2019.02.06
Congenital limb defects are very common and occur in 1.5 in 1,000 births. Some are minor, such as a missing finger, while others are more serious, a missing...
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2019.01.28
Mitochondria are organelles that provide most of the energy necessary for the cell. This energy is provided in “tokens” of adenosine triphosphate, or ATP, a...
Lida Katsimpardi chercheuse en neuroscience dans l’unité Perception et mémoire dirigée par Pierre-Marie Lledo
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2019.01.24
Can we slow down the aging process and rejuvenate an aged brain? Can we repair a brain that has been damaged by neurodegenerative disease? Neuroscience...
Institut Pasteur
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2019.01.16
Animal diseases that infect humans are a major threat to human health, and diseases often spillover to humans from nonhuman primates. In 2018 the World Health...
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2018.12.18
Entomology, the study of insects, is a long-standing tradition at the Institut Pasteur. Institut Pasteur scientist Alphonse Laveran was the first to describe...
institut pasteur
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2018.12.17
How do tumoral cells replace healthy cells to promote tumor progression? Scientists from the Institut Pasteur (Paris, France) and from the Champalimaud Centre...
iGEM 2018 - Institut Pasteur
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2018.12.17
On December 11, 2018, the Institut Pasteur awarded the 20 students of the 2018 Pasteur iGEM team. They came back with a gold medal from the competition that...
vessie - bladder - institut pasteur
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2018.12.10
A European Union-funded project set out to study the bladder's immune system, with the aim of advancing our understanding of UTI and bladder cancer to improve...

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