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  • International News | 02.12.2014

    Macenta: a cutting-edge diagnostic lab in the heart of Guinea

    On the occasion of the official visit of the President of the French Republic, Christian Bréchot, President of the Institut Pasteur went to the Macenta treatment centre on the 29th of November, where he was able to visit the diagnostic laboratory newly installed by the Institut Pasteur. The first volunteers has arrived.

  • A lymphocyte infected by HIV and transmission of the virus to neighboring cells © Institut Pasteur

    Research | 27.11.2014

    Defense mechanism against HIV-1 revealed

    Scientists have discovered how some of these restriction factors inhibit HIV replication in lymphocytes. These proteins belong to the IFITM (interferon-induced transmembrane proteins) family; they are broad-spectrum antiviral proteins that act on a wide range of viruses including influenza, dengue, etc. Little was previously known about their effect on HIV-1.

  • Press release | 27.11.2014

    Ebola: a new Institut Pasteur is soon to be created in Guinea

    Pr Christian Bréchot, President of the Institut Pasteur, will be in Guinea Friday 28th November 2014, alongside François Hollande, President of the French Republic. Two agreements will be signed, one with the government of Guinea and the other one with the French Agency for Development (AFD), allowing for the creation of a new Pasteur Institute in Conakry in late 2016. On Saturday 29th, Pr. Bréchot will visit the Macenta treatment Center where the Institut Pasteur is setting-up a diagnostic laboratory.

  • The Total Corporate Foundation and the Institut Pasteur launch a call for proposal on child health in resource limited countries

    Partnerships | 24.11.2014

    The Total Corporate Foundation and the Institut Pasteur launch a call for proposal on child health in resource limited countries

    The Total Foundation Total and the Institut Pasteur has launched today a new call for proposal open until the 25th of next January as part of their long-lasting partnership. Specifically dedicated to the study of vaccine and/or therapeutic responses in children, this new call will support international research projects led by scientists belonging to the Institut Pasteur International Network. For now a decade, the commitment of the Total Foundation side by side with the Institut Pasteur allows for the support of projects focused on the improvement of children health in most underserved countries.

  • Chikungunya virus particles on the surface of an infected cell  © Institut Pasteur/Thérèse Couderc

    Press release | 20.11.2014

    Chikungunya fever: Themis Bioscience’s vaccine candidate successful in phase 1

    The induction of neutralizing antibodies by a prophylactic Chikungunya vaccine candidate has now been confirmed by the final results of a phase 1 clinical trial, as well as its tolerability and safety. Detailed information of the trial has been presented at two international conferences. The vaccine candidate was developed under a R&D collaboration between Themis Bioscience GmbH and the Institut Pasteur (Paris) based upon a measles vaccine vector technology.

  • Press release | 13.11.2014

    Sanofi - Institut Pasteur Awards 2014

    Sanofi and the Institut Pasteur awarded on November 13th the Sanofi - Institut Pasteur awards for the third consecutive year. Four internationally renowned researchers were honored today for their work carried out in two major fields concerning world health: neglected tropical diseases and immunology. In 2014, the program set aside a total of 300.000 euros

  • intestinal immunity, © Institut Pasteur

    Research | 07.11.2014

    A better understanding of the intestinal immunity

    The innate lymphoid cells contribute to immune defense by maintaining the integrity of the intestinal barrier. ILC are made in the bone marrow but must find their way to the gut mucosa where they perform their function. Scientists have discovered how this migration process is regulated.

  • Pr Françoise Barré-Sinoussi et Christian Bréchot ont les honneurs de la ChinePr Françoise Barré-Sinoussi and Christian Bréchot get the honours of China

    International News | 04.11.2014

    Pr Françoise Barré-Sinoussi and Christian Bréchot get the honours of China

    On Monday, October 20th, 2014 in Beijing, the Chinese First Lady, Madam Peng Liyuan, WHO Goodwill Ambassador for Tuberculosis and HIV/AIDS, awarded commemorative medals to thank Christian Bréchot, President of the Institut Pasteur and Prof. Françoise Barre-Sinoussi, 2008 Nobel Prize for their special contribution to HIV/AIDS, during the conference organized by the Chinese Association of STD and AIDS Prevention & Control in Chinese Academy of sciences.



  • The Institut Pasteur of Shanghaï celebrates its tenth anniversary

    International News | 30.10.2014

    The Institut Pasteur of Shanghaï celebrates its tenth anniversary

    The Institut Pasteur in Shanghai, created jointly in 2004 by the Chinese Academy of Sciences, the Shanghai Municipality and the Institut Pasteur in Paris, celebrated its 10th anniversary and the fiftieth anniversary of diplomatic relations between France and China during the scientific symposium focused on Research on infectious diseases in a globalized world organized in October 17th, 2014.

    For this occasion, Chinese and French politicians and scientists, such as Pr. Francoise Barre-Sinoussi, 2008 Nobel Prize, met on the prestigious campus of the Shanghai Institutes for Biological Sciences to discuss about research in infectious disease in the era of globalization. The three sessions (i) epidemiology and public health (ii) research and (iii)  prevention & therapies, have allowed to review the current state of research for diseases such as AIDS, tuberculosis, malaria, hepatitis or hand-foot-mouth viral disease, as well as current and future therapies to better understand the associated public health issues.

  • Disk diffusion antibiogram of a clinical strain of Klebsiella pneumoniae, A bioinformatics tool to monitor the resistance and virulence of Klebsiella pneumoniae bacteria, © Institut Pasteur

    Press release | 28.10.2014

    A bioinformatics tool to monitor the resistance and virulence of Klebsiella pneumoniae bacteria

    By sequencing the genomes of several strains of Klebsiella pneumoniae, scientists have revealed their genetic profile and pinpointed the genes responsible for their multiple antibiotic resistance and virulence. They have used these results to compile a database for the scientific community, providing high-resolution genetic fingerprints and information on genes of medical importance. This should make it easier to monitor Klebsiella pneumoniae outbreaks.

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