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Migration des sporozoïtes de Plasmodium dans la peau © Institut Pasteur/Pauline Formaglio et Rogerio Amino
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21.06.2023
Malaria is a disease transmitted by mosquitoes that are vectors of parasites in the genus Plasmodium. Scientists from...
Coupe de cochlée faisant apparaître l‘organe sensoriel de l’audition - Institut Pasteur
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19.06.2023
Hearing impairment affects hundreds of millions of people worldwide. Researchers at the Hearing Institute have mapped...
Reportage projet LabEx Milieu Intérieur © Thomas LANG 2020 / Institut Pasteur
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16.06.2023
Five major themes were at the core of 2022 research advances: emerging infectious diseases, antimicrobial resistance,...
Carte du monde © AdobeStock
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16.06.2023
The Institut Pasteur has been conducting its missions internationally since its creation in 1887. A policy of openness...
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14.06.2023
From June 26 to 29, 2023, The Hellenic Pasteur Institute, member of the Pasteur Network, is organizing a workshop on...
Les cellules microgliales humaines se connectent entre elles par l'intermédiaire de TNT. L'élément du cytosquelette, l'actine, est marqué en cyan, la membrane plasmique en magenta et les noyaux en jaune. © Institut Pasteur/Ranabir Ranabir CHAKRABORTY et C
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12.06.2023
For the first time, scientists at the Institut Pasteur have identified connections between neurons and microglia, a...
	Colon murin dont le noyau des cellules est marqué en bleu, les cellules elles-mêmes en vert, et les bactéries en rouge (par coloration de leur ARN ribosomique). Des débris d'aliments sont également visibles en vert dans la lumière intestinale
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12.06.2023
"A healthy mind... with a healthy microbiota." These words sum up a recent study demonstrating the close link between...
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08.06.2023
On June 8, 2023, AVATAR MEDICAL, a spin-off of the Institut Pasteur and Institut Curie, both granted with the Carnot...
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07.06.2023
The Institut Pasteur and ESCP Business School in Paris have developed a new online program for learners preparing to...

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