Monthly Archives: January 2019

Thursday 30th January 2019

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Wednesday 30th January 2019

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Tuesday 29th January 2019

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Monday 28th January 2019

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Friday 25th January 2019

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When HIV Uses Camouflage to Evade the Immune System

How is HIV able to escape the surveillance of the immune system within the very cells it infects? Researchers from Inserm, CNRS, Université de Montpellier and Université de Lorraine decided to take a closer look at one of these evasion mechanisms. They were able to observe the ability of HIV to “camouflage” its RNA within the infected cell using an intracellular enzyme. This research, published in Nature, provides new knowledge on the evasion mechanisms of HIV in the face of the innate immune system.

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Tuesday 24th January 2019

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(Français) Mieux comprendre les mécanismes de progression des lésions rénales à l’origine de l’insuffisance rénale chronique

(Français) L’équipe du Dr Guillaume Canaud, praticien hospitalo-universitaire à l’hôpital Necker-Enfants malades – AP-HP et à l’Université Paris Descartes, et chercheur à l’Inserm (INEM l’Institut Necker Enfants Malades – Centre de médecine moléculaire), a étudié, en collaboration avec celle du Pr Bonventre du Brigham and Women’s hospital – Harvard Medical School (Boston, USA), les mécanismes impliqués dans la progression de la fibrose des reins qui entraîne à terme une insuffisance rénale chronique. Ces travaux, qui ont été publiés dans la revue Science Translational Medicine le 23 janvier 2019, participent à l’identification d’une cible thérapeutique potentielle.

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Wednesday 23th January 2019

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Miniaturized Chemical Sensors to Monitor Brain Function

A team of Inserm and CNRS researchers has succeeded in developing new-generation chemical sensors to monitor the brain’s metabolism, particularly during stroke, trauma or epileptic seizure. Measuring less than 15 µm in diameter, these minimally-invasive tools monitor what is happening in the brain in order to obtain data that are much more reliable and representative of the neurochemical exchanges. This research has been published in ACS Central Science.

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