Primary immunodeficiencies cause immune system anomalies in those affected, preventing an optimal defense against pathogens. These diseases linked to genetic...
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Chronic malnutrition, usually associated with an inflammation of the small intestine, affects one in every four children under the age of five. It is the...
Bacteria can be found everywhere on Earth – our bodies for instance are made up of as many bacteria as human cells – and yet these microorganisms, measuring...
On June 27, 2018, the National Library of France (BnF) awarded the Pasteur Vallery-Radot Prize to Institut Pasteur researchers Sigolène Meilhac and Jost...
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...
The Institut Pasteur has just inaugurated the installation of a new electron microscope equipped with extraordinary capabilities: the new Titan Krios™. The...
Usher syndrome type III: cochlear gene therapy preserves hair cell synaptic transmission to the auditory neurons
Scientists from the Institut Pasteur, Inserm, Sorbonne University and the Collège de France, working in close collaboration with scientists from the University...
Infravec2 new insect vector research tools: no-cost resources for scientists fighting mosquito-transmitted diseases
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,...
Every day, the bone marrow generates billions of new blood cells. This process, known as hematopoiesis, consists of a series of stages by which hematopoietic...
Progress in the understanding of the mechanisms of genetic diversification in a major fungal pathogen of humans, Candida albicans
Candida albicans is one of the most formidable fungal species, causing infection in humans. Investigating the structure and reproduction methods of pathogenic...