Monthly Archives: June 2018

Thursday 28th June 2018

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A new twist on how parasites invade host cells

Des chercheurs du CNRS, de l’Inserm et de l’Université Grenoble Alpes viennent de décrypter les mécanismes déployés par le parasite Toxoplasma gondii pour pénétrer dans les cellules de ses hôtes. À l’aide d’une imagerie quantitative à haute vitesse et haute résolution, ils ont identifié un mouvement singulier du parasite qui lui permet de fermer derrière lui la porte qu’il a créée pour rentrer dans la cellule-hôte et s’y nicher. Ces travaux, à l’interface de la biologie cellulaire, de la parasitologie et de la biophysique, sont publiés dans Cell Host & Microbes le 28 juin 2018.

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Thursday 28th June 2018

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A Summer of Science and Art with the Participation of Inserm

Inserm has long played a proactive role in scientific outreach in order to share science and biomedical research advances with the general public. And this summer 2018 will be no exception, with its host of events in which art and science will meet, in which our researchers will participate in La recherche de l’art #7 in Arles, Binôme in Avignon, and the Science in The City festival in Toulouse. The diary of Inserm’s scientific and cultural events, which include a photography exhibition, play, and visual performances, is presented below.

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Wednesday 27th June 2018

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Tuesday 26th June 2018

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Monday 25th June 2018

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Friday 22th June 2018

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Thursday 21th June 2018

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Hypertension: An international study shows the blood pressure benefit of endovascular renal denervation focused ultrasound in patients receiving no antihypertensive drug

After reporting the first positive results of renal denervation in blood pressure (HBP) resistant in the journal The Lancetin 2015, the team of the Center of Excellence in Hypertension and CIC1418 APHP-INSERM led by Dr. Michel Azizi and that of the interventional radiology department led by Prof. Marc Sapoval from European Georges Pompidou Hospital, AP-HP , obtained promising new results in hypertensive patients receiving no antihypertensive therapy as part of an international study. They provide, for the first time, evidence of the reduction in blood pressure after renal denervation focused ultrasound in this indication. The findings of the RADIANCE-SOLO study, coordinated by the European Hospital Georges Pompidou, AP-HP, were presented at EuroPCR in Paris and at the Congress of the European Society of Hypertension in Barcelona. They are published in the journal The Lancet . This opens new perspectives for treatment in this disease that affects 30% of the French population to consider in the future an alternative to drug therapy for some patients.

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