News
2019.01.28
Legionella pneumophila is an opportunistic human pathogen that is increasingly recognized as an important cause of both community and nosocomially acquired...
vessie - bladder - institut pasteur
News
2018.12.10
A European Union-funded project set out to study the bladder's immune system, with the aim of advancing our understanding of UTI and bladder cancer to improve...
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...
listeria - institut pasteur
News
2018.11.07
Scientists have recently identified a new defense mechanism used by the body to combat Listeria monocytogenes. Their research reveals that these bacteria...
ADN - Institut Pasteur
News
2018.10.23
Three-dimensional spatial genome organization plays a fundamental role in gene expression regulation. However we do not know yet whether DNA viruses contact...
Lumière sur la résistance développée par certains patients à une nouvelle classe de médicaments anticancéreux
News
2018.10.11
A team of researchers at the University of Cambridge, The Netherlands Cancer Institute and the Institut Pasteur has identified a protein complex that might...
Document de presse
2018.09.05
A study conducted by a group of researchers from Paris Diderot University, Inserm and the Institut Pasteur reveals the existence of a genetic factor...
Institut Pasteur de Tunis - Réseau international des instituts Pasteur
News
2018.09.05
Primary immunodeficiencies cause immune system anomalies in those affected, preventing an optimal defense against pathogens. These diseases linked to genetic...
Fiches maladies - Dengue - Institut Pasteur
News
2018.07.19
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...
VIH : une piste de thérapie cellulaire issue de la recherche sur les patients « contrôleurs »
Document de presse
2018.06.14
Rare patients infected by HIV spontaneously control viral replication without antiretroviral therapy, and do not go on to develop AIDS. The ability of these...

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