Monthly Archives: November 2014

Friday 21 november, 2014

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Thursday 20 november, 2014

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Pirate viruses caught in their own trap ?

A group of scientists in Strasbourg has demonstrated that one of the 80 components of each ribosome is essential for infection by certain viruses without being necessary for normal cell functioning.

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Launch of GrippeNet.fr 2014-2015 season

Launched 3 years ago by the Sentinelles Network (Inserm–Pierre and Marie Curie University Joint Research Unit 1136) and the French Institute for Public Health Surveillance (InVS), the GrippeNet.fr website returns for a fourth consecutive year.

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Wednesday 19 november, 2014

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Tuesday 18 november, 2014

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A better understanding of accidents in everyday life

During their lives, every French person will be the victim of one accident in everyday life every 5 years, on average (fall, burn, drowning, etc.). Taken as a whole, these statistics represent 11 million people injured every year. The Accident Prevention and Trauma Treatment team led by Emmanuel Lagarde (Inserm Unit 897), in partnership with Calyxis, is today launching the MAVIE study to find out the scale and nature of accidents in everyday life in France.

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Monday 17 november, 2014

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Friday 14 november, 2014

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Avoiding skin graft rejection: it’s possible!

A research team bringing together José Cohen and Philippe Grimbert (Inserm Unit 955/Université Paris Est Créteil [UPEC] and the Centre for Clinical Investigation – Biotherapies 504 [CIC-BT 504]), and their collaborators at Institut Curie and AP-HP (George Pompidou European Hospital) has succeeded in finding a combination of drugs that reduces the risk of rejection following a skin graft. When tested in mice, this treatment seems effective, since no sign of rejection is observed nearly 30 days after transplantation.

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