The CyaA protein is a toxin produced by the bacteria responsible for whooping cough. When it intoxicates target cells, CyaA binds to a molecule known as...
There are over a hundred mosquito-borne diseases, including dengue – which affects over 50 million people each year – and chikungunya. These are arboviruses,...
For almost a hundred years, geneticists have believed that the more a cell divides the more mutations it acquires. However, research by scientists at the...
The French National Reference Center (CNR) for Salmonella, based at the Institut Pasteur in Paris, is in charge of microbiological surveillance of cases of...
As the Institut Pasteur prepares to celebrate its 130th anniversary on November 14, 2018, we talk to Jean-Pierre Changeux about the discovery of this ion...
The Swiss Tropical and Public Health Institute, together with European and African collaborators (including the Institut Pasteur in Paris), carried out a mass...
In 2017, vaccinology expert Frédéric Tangy was recognized by the Institut Pasteur for his work on the Measles Platform and was elected as a member of the US...
Leptospirosis is a re-emerging zoonosis that affects over one million people and is responsible for nearly 60,000 deaths each year worldwide. This disease...
In December 2014, cases of HIV infection were detected in Roka, a village in Battambang province, northwestern Cambodia. Of more than 2,000 villagers tested...
The Research Journal is celebrating its first year of existence, an opportunity to share with you the articles that were read the most over the past year.