Monthly Archives: May 2013

Analysis of metabolic fingerprints of pregnant women living in proximity to cereal farming areas

An exploratory study published today by Sylvaine Cordier and her team and researchers from Inra in Toulouse, suggests that environmental exposure to complex pesticide mixtures could led to metabolic disturbance in pregnant women.

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Découverte d’une nouvelle méthode pour détecter la virulence des cancers

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A major advance in colon cancer

Une avancée majeure dans le cancer du côlon :
un consortium français de cliniciens et biologistes propose une classification moléculaire des cancers du côlon en 6 sous-types

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The “Young Researchers” congress to be held in 5 towns in France, on the theme of addiction

Over the whole school year, 20 middle school and high school pupils were seen each month in 5 neuroscience laboratories specializing in the study of addictions.

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May 22th 2013

Sorry, this article is only available in French.

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Does time affect our mental health?

Le mauvais temps et la pluie sont au cœur de toutes les discussions. Après un hiver long et froid, et un début de printemps inexistant, la grisaille domine le ciel français.

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May 21th 2013

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May 17th 2013

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May 16th 2013

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Vesicular transport: a requirement for T immune response

Claire Hivroz, INSERM Research Director and her colleagues recently showed in an article published in Nature immunology how a specific protein known as VAMP7 is essential for transporting the signal produced by the ligand–TCR link.

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