Monthly Archives: July 2013

July, 31th 2013

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July, 30th 2013

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Return of the hot weather in France

For the last few days France has been experiencing high temperature peaks, reaching 40 degrees in certain regions.

The way the virus continually changes complicates the development of a vaccine against HIV

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A team from INSERM Mixed Research Unit 966 “Morphogenesis and Antigenicity of HI and Hepatitis Viruses” headed by Martine Braibant and Francis Barin in Tours, has confirmed, with the support of the ANRS, that the AIDS virus has gradually adapted itself to the immune response of the human population during the course of the epidemic.

Novel molecules to target the cytoskeleton

Teams from CNRS, the Université de Strasbourg and Inserm, led by Daniel Riveline1, Jean-Marie Lehn2 and Marie-France Carlier3, have synthesized molecules capable of causing rapid growth of actin networks, one of the components of the cytoskeleton.

July, 29th 2013

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July, 26th 2013

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How is the male genome preserved until it reaches the egg?

When the male genome carried in the spermatozoid leaves the male body to reach the egg, it undergoes numerous transformations. A team led by Saadi Khochbin in Mixed Research Unit 823 at the Institut Albert Bonniot Research Centre (Inserm/Joseph Fourier University) in Grenoble has described the molecular mechanisms that enable the transmission of the male genome to the egg.

July, 25th 2013

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July, 24th 2013

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