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2019.04.01
When cancer escapes the immune system, our defenses are rendered powerless and are unable to fight against the disease. Chimeric antigen receptor T cells (CAR...
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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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2019.01.30
Cells in our bodies have the ability to speak with one another much like humans do. This communication allows organs in our bodies to work synchronously, which...
listeria
Document de presse
2018.12.21
Bacteria make use of a number of natural resistance strategies to overcome antibiotics. And it seems that this bacterial toolbox may be much more varied than...
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...
trypanosomes - institut pasteur
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2018.11.30
Cilia and flagella – cellular projections attached to the membrane – are involved in numerous processes, for example sensory signal reception or cell movement...
Philippe Bousso cancer
Document de presse
2018.11.23
As tumors develop, they evolve genetically. How does the immune system act when faced with tumor cells? How does it exert pressure on the genetic diversity of...
New therapies for brain disorders - Institut Pasteur
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2018.05.25
Little information is available on how stem cells acquire their special properties. A team from the Institut Pasteur has described a signalling pathway (Notch/...
Hépatite C : un nouveau test de diagnostic au chevet du patient - Institut Pasteur
Document de presse
2018.04.10
One of the major challenges identified by the WHO in efforts to eradicate the hepatitis C virus (HCV) is the diagnosis of chronic cases that are generally...
E. coli - institut pasteur
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2018.03.23
The Escherichia coli bacterium is a major focus of research in biology. But the higher-order organization of its genome had yet to be investigated using...

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