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séquençage - Institut Pasteur
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2016.08.25
The response to infection is highly variable from one individual to another. The Milieu Intérieur consortium, coordinated by Prof. Matthew Albert (...
Helicobacter pylori - Institut Pasteur
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2016.12.09
In a study published in PLoS Pathogens, researchers from the Institut Pasteur, in collaboration with the Institut Armand-Frappier (Canada), identified a novel...
Virus rage - Institut Pasteur
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2016.12.15
Scientists studying hundreds of genome sequences of the rabies virus at the Institut Pasteur have shown that two major viral types – bat rabies and dog rabies...
Médecine régénérative : les cellules sénescentes en renfort de la reprogrammation cellulaire
Document de presse
2016.12.22
The major challenge currently faced in the field of regenerative medicine is how to reprogram differentiated adult cells into other cell types for tissue...
Afrique - Institut Pasteur
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2016.11.16
On November 11 in Conakry, the President of the Republic of Guinea, His Excellency Professor Alpha Condé, laid the first stone of the Institut Pasteur in...
Staphylococcus staphylocoque - Institut Pasteur
News
2016.09.23
Bacteria are under constant attack from viruses known as bacteriophages or phages, recognized as the most abundant organisms on the planet. In response,...
Listeria monocytogenes (rouge/red) - Institut Pasteur
News
2016.10.10
By investigating the genome sequence of an international collection of strains of Listeria monocytogenes bacteria, two Institut Pasteur scientists, Sylvain...
Stem cell neurons - Institut Pasteur
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2016.10.17
How is it that embryonic stem cells are able to divide over and over again without ever losing their identity? Scientists from the Institut Pasteur have...
Enterococcus hirae - Institut Pasteur
News
2016.10.18
Scientists from the Institut Pasteur, in collaboration with the Institut Gustave-Roussy, have identified two bacterial species naturally present in the body,...
Ebola virus - Institut Pasteur
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2016.11.08
An international coalition of scientists* involving teams from the Institut Pasteur, has revealed that adaptive mutations to the Ebola virus occurred during...

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