Author Archives: Priscille Rivière

Wednesday 13th February 2019

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Wednesday 13th February 2019

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Tuesday 12th February 2019

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Direct-acting antivirals: confirmation of their short-term clinical efficacy in “real life”

A study published in The Lanceton 11 february 2019shows that direct-acting antivirals have short-term clinical benefits in the treatment of hepatitisCvirusinfection. These results come from ANRS-funded interdisciplinary research conducted byclinicians,hepatologists, and epidemiologistsof theInserm, SorbonneUniversityand AP-HPandcoordinatedby ProfessorsFabrice CarratandStanislas Pol,and Dr Hélène Fontaine,1in9895 patientsof the ANRS CO 22 HEPATHERnational cohortrecruitedin 32 centers in France.

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Monday 11th February 2019

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Thursday 7th February 2019

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Wednesday 6th February 2019

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Early Environmental Exposures and Child Respiratory Health: the Exposome Reveals its Preliminary Results

A team of researchers from Inserm, CNRS, Université Grenoble Alpes and Barcelona Institute for Global Health has shown that prenatal and postnatal exposure to various chemical pollutants is linked to decreased respiratory function in children. These results, based on the concept of the exposome (defined as the totality of an individual’s environmental exposures from conception until old age), were obtained as part of the European HELIX project and have been published in The Lancet Planetary Health.

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Tuesday 5th February 2019

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VIH-1 : des réservoirs découverts pour la première fois dans les macrophages tissulaires

L’existence de réservoirs cellulaires où se cachent des virus VIH « dormants » chez les patients infectés sous traitement est un obstacle majeur à l’éradication du virus. Dans une étude parue aujourd’hui dans la revue Nature Microbiology, une équipe de recherche de l’Institut Cochin (Inserm/CNRS/Université Paris Descartes) soutenue par l’ANRS et le Sidaction, et coordonnée par Morgane Bomsel, directrice de recherche CNRS, montre que, chez ces patients, des cellules de l’immunité particulières (macrophages) résidant dans les tissus du pénis, constituent de tels réservoirs cellulaires. La découverte de ce nouveau type de réservoirs dans les macrophages tissulaires pourrait ouvrir de nouvelles perspectives thérapeutiques.

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