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2019.07.16
Cardiovascular diseases are a major cause of mortality and morbidity worldwide. After myocardial infarction, heart cells (or cardiomyocytes) die and are...
Document de presse
2019.07.11
Discovery of a cellular mechanism involved in abnormal placental development during some high-risk pregnancies. High-risk pregnancies occur frequently and may...
Document de presse
2019.03.19
Microbes colonize all body surfaces and help to balance the immune system. In newborn infants, gut microbiota is first conditioned by breast milk components....
trypanosomes - institut pasteur
News
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...
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2018.11.21
On November 15 and 16, 2018, the Institut Pasteur has welcomed nearly 400 scientists from all over the world to share their knowledge on the resistance of...
Aedes albopictus - Institut Pasteur
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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...
Institut Pasteur de Tunis - Réseau international des instituts Pasteur
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2018.09.05
Primary immunodeficiencies cause immune system anomalies in those affected, preventing an optimal defense against pathogens. These diseases linked to genetic...
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News
2018.03.20
Physician and epidemiologist, Mamadou Aliou Barry trained between France, Senegal and Laos. Since January 2015, he coordinates the syndromic sentinel...
Institut Pasteur
Document de presse
2018.02.08
Professor Anne Dejean-Assémat, Head of the Nuclear Organization and Oncogenesis Unit at the Institut Pasteur and Inserm, has recently been awarded the Sjöberg...
Leishmania : un parasite qui s’adapte à son environnement par amplification chromosomique - Institut Pasteur
Document de presse
2017.11.22
Leishmaniasis is an important human and veterinary disease caused by Leishmania parasites that affect 12 million people in over 98 endemic countries. The...

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