Author Archives: Priscille Rivière

Update : Jeanne Calment the oldest woman

un nouveau travail publié dans the journal of gerontology

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Le Japon approuve les premières expériences sur des embryons hybrides homme/animal

embryon humain

C’est la prestigieuse revue Nature qui vient de l’annoncer : Un scientifique japonais spécialiste des cellules souches est le premier à recevoir une autorisation gouvernementale pour créer des embryons animaux contenant des cellules humaines et les transplanter dans des animaux.

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Jeudi 1er août

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In France, 2 out of every 100 women are subjected to violence during their pregnancy

A joint team of researchers from Inserm and the University of Paris has investigated the frequency of physical abuse during pregnancy, its consequences for the mother and child, and the characteristics associated with this violence.

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Art and Science program: Inserm at the Rencontres d’Arles and Avignon Festival

Inserm is reaching out to a new audience among the general public this summer by taking part in two events that bring together art and science in a mutually enriching way: the 8th Recherche de l’art (Art of Research) exhibition at the Rencontres d’Arles, in partnership with the École nationale supérieure de la photographie, and the 10th edition of the binôme program at the Avignon Festival, led by the Les sens des mots theater company.

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Jeudi 27 Juin 2019

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No rest for neurons during sleep

An Inserm team has provided the first description of the behavior and language of the neurons responsible for memory consolidation during sleep.

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Acting on the immune system even before cancer develops may be feasible

Researchers have shown that using immunotherapies at very early stages could potentially help prevent cancer.

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Mercredi 26 Juin 2019

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A New Therapeutic Target for Treating Spinocerebellar Ataxias?

Les ataxies spinocérébelleuses sont des maladies génétiques neurodégénératives du cervelet et du tronc cérébral qui entrainent de nombreux troubles moteurs, et dont la forme la plus connue est la maladie de Machado-Joseph. Une équipe de l’Institut du cerveau et de la moelle épinière, a découvert avec son équipe le rôle crucial d’une enzyme qui permet d’améliorer les symptômes de la maladie chez la souris.

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