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Annual meeting of the French Dendritic Cell Society (CFCD)
The Club Francophone des Cellules Dendritiques (CFCD) is organizing its annual congress in Paris from October 16 to 17, 2021 on “DC-phering mononuclear phagocyte biology in health and disease". Program and information for registration on
Located in Teams / Thaunat O - NOPAB / Actualités
Sidaction donors discover CIRI with the LP2L team
On October 12, 2023, Sidaction donors visited the laboratory of the LP2L team (A. Cimarelli, L. Etienne). Here's a look back at this successful moment of sharing.
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Le CIRI au 23ème ANRS | EID AC42
Le CIRI est représenté, ces mardi 23 et mercredi 24 mai 2023, au meeting du Réseau National des Hépatites virales qui se déroule à Paris.
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VirPath team wins two awards of research and innovation
The VirPath team was awarded two times during the 2023 research and innovation awards ceremony of the Université Claude Bernard Lyon 1. We look back at these awards and on the research program of the International Associate Laboratory RESPIVIR France-Canada.
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L’association de deux vaccins différents contre la COVID19 confère une meilleure protection
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Alexandre Belot, Lauréat du prix de la Fondation Guillaumat-Piel de la FRM
Located in Teams / Walzer T - LYACTS / Actualités
LACC1-associated JIA linked to autophagy defects in macrophages
Located in Teams / Walzer T - LYACTS / Actualités
Located in Teams / Dreux M - VIV / News
Publication Equipe REVE. Manet et al. NAR
Modulation of alternative splicing during early infection of human primary B lymphocytes with Epstein-Barr virus (EBV): a novel function for the viral EBNA-LP protein.
Located in Teams / Ohlmann T - REVE / News
Antibiotic resistance: How some bacteria acquire resistance genes from their environment?
Antibiotic resistance has made certain infections, sometimes common, such as urinary and respiratory infections, impossible to treat, representing a major setback in the medical care of human and animal patients. This resistance has thus become a major health issue, which has led the WHO (World Health Organization) to establish a list of bacteria in which antibiotic resistance is particularly worrying.In a new study published in the journal mBio, we focused on one of these bacteria that are particularly resistant to antibiotics, Acinetobacter baumannii. The latter is responsible for many opportunistic and nosocomial infections. We have determined the mechanisms that allow this bacterium to rapidly acquire resistance genes from neighboring bacteria.
Located in Teams / Charpentier X - Horigene / News