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Laure Bally-Cuif /Photo ©Institut Pasteur, François Gardy
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2019.06.07
Laure Bally-Cuif leads the Zebrafish Neurogenetics Unit at the Institut Pasteur. The model for her research is a little fish, mutant forms of which can remain...
News
2019.06.06
Listeriosis is a severe foodborne infection that can cause septicemia, central nervous system infection or infection in fetuses and newborn infants. The...
Leptospirose - Institut Pasteur
News
2019.05.23
An international research group has revealed several new bacterial species that may be responsible for leptospirosis, an emerging animal-borne disease, using...
A campus in the heart of the French capital - Institut Pasteur
News
2019.05.13
On the occasion of the high-level meeting showcasing 130 years of Science at the Institut Pasteur, the Genes & Immunity Journal published a special issue...
News
2019.05.06
Enterohemorrhagic Escherichia coli (EHEC) can be responsible for severe cases of foodborne infection. In 10% of infected individuals, the spread of Shiga...
age paludisme
Document de presse
2019.02.28
Malaria, which claims hundreds of thousands of lives each year – mainly children and especially in Africa –, is one of the leading causes of death by an...
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...
Sur la piste des biomarqueurs avec Eliette Touati
News
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
Document de presse
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...
News
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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