Fiches maladies - Dengue - Institut Pasteur
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...
Globule rouge parasité par Plasmodium falciparum
In 2017, the European Commission gave its go-ahead to Infravec2, the EU-funded global source for no-cost vector research products and services. In June, 2018,...
Document de presse
Using an original mathematical and statistical analysis method, a team of scientists from the Institut Pasteur partnered with researchers from the United...
Aedes albopictus - Institut Pasteur
On Monday April 30, 2018, the French Ministry of Health announced that it was stepping up surveillance of the tiger mosquito, Aedes albopictus, which is now...
Femelle d'Aedes aegypti - Institut Pasteur de la Guyane
For many years, microbiota – all the microorganisms that colonize a host - has been the subject of intensive research in many multicellular organisms. The...
Femelle d'Aedes aegypti, élevée au Vectopôle de l'Institut Pasteur de la Guyane
In 2013, the Zika virus, an arbovirus transmitted by Aedes mosquitoes, emerged in the Pacific Islands. In 2015, the first cases of infection are detected in...
Des facteurs génétiques à l’origine de la sensibilité des Asiatiques et des Européens à la dengue sévère
Document de presse
As globalization and climate change spread tropical infectious diseases around the globe, not all populations have the same degree of susceptibility....
There are over a hundred mosquito-borne diseases, including dengue – which affects over 50 million people each year – and chikungunya. These are arboviruses,...
Comment le virus Zika induit la microcéphalie congénitale
Document de presse
A team of researchers from ZIKAlliance discovers a specific mechanism of the infection Epidemiological studies show that in utero fetal infection with the Zika...
Virus de la fièvre de la Vallée du Rift : mise en évidence d’un mécanisme de l’infection - Institut Pasteur
Document de presse
Rift Valley fever virus, transmitted by mosquitoes, is responsible for outbreaks in livestock in Africa and can also be fatal in humans. Scientists from the...


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