News
2019.05.20
Dengue, also known as dengue fever, is a viral disease transmitted to humans by mosquitoes of the genus Aedes. The incidence of dengue is currently increasing...
Le prix « Prince Albert II de Monaco - Institut Pasteur » 2019 est attribué à Joacim Rocklöv
News
2019.04.04
During the Monaco Ocean Week*, on Thursday 28 March, His Serene Highness, the Sovereign Prince Albert II, in the presence of Professor Stewart Cole, Director...
Visite de Agnès Buzyn au vectopole de l'Institut Pasteur de la Guyane
News
2019.03.06
At the end of her visit to French Guiana, Agnès Buzyn, Minister of Solidarity and Health, visited the vectopole of the Institut Pasteur de la Guyane on Friday...
Zika en Thaïland
Document de presse
2019.02.27
The circulation of the dengue virus for the past sixty years in South-East Asia is relatively well known. For Zika, the situation is much less clear. In an...
News
2019.01.28
In a context of overuse of insecticides, which leads to the selection of resistant mosquitoes, it is already known that this resistance to insecticides affects...
institut pasteur - yellow fever
Report
2019.01.28
With outbreaks in Angola in 2015 and Brazil in 2016, and cases detected in French Guiana in 2017 and even recently in Asia, where the virus had never...
News
2018.11.20
New therapeutic strategies are now crucial for combating microbial infections given the recurring threat of antibiotic resistance. A new approach involves...
tranchées - première guerre mondiale - Institut Pasteur
News
2018.11.08
On August 3, 1914, war was declared between France and Germany. It was the most horrific and deadly war in history, during which alas, in Pasteur's own words,...
News
2018.10.23
The first laboratory at the Institut Pasteur de Guinée was officially opened on October 22, 2018. Based at Gamal Abdel Nasser University of Conakry, the...
Aedes albopictus - Institut Pasteur
News
2018.09.26
Since December 2016, Brazil has been grappling with its worst yellow fever outbreak for several decades. To date, there have been 2,043 human cases including...

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