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Could a mutant HSP be the key to effective chemotherapy?

September 26 2011

Two French research teams, led by Alex Duval (UMRS_938, at the Saint-Antoine Research Centre, Paris) and Carmen Garrido (UMRS_866 at the Dijon School of Medicine), have just demonstrated that a mutation in a chaperone protein, known as HSP110, obs...
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First line of insulin-producing and secreting human pancreatic cells

September 26 2011

A discovery presented by Raphaël Scharfmann, Biologist and published in the September edition of The Journal of Clinical InvestigationIn a new scientific first, researchers at Inserm and CNRS have created human pancreatic β cells, the defective ce...
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Novel microcapsules to prevent heart disease

August 23 2011

For the past few years, researchers have been studying a promising approach to the treatment of cardiovascular disease, which uses growth factors to create new blood vessels from pre-existent blood vessels. Until now, no suitable combination of th...
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Liquid in the lungs: a solution to protect the body after cardiac arrest

August 22 2011

It may not be a totally new idea, but Inserm researchers have developed a whole new system. Alain Berdeaux, Renaud Tissier and their colleagues at Inserm Unit 955 (Mondor Institute of Biomedical Research) have recently produced new evidence of the...
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Lymphocytes are involved in the prevention of inflammatory bowel disease

July 19 2011

Joost van Meerwijk, a professor at the University of Toulouse III - Paul Sabatier, and head of a team at the Toulouse Purpan Centre of Physiopathology (Inserm/UPS/CNRS UMR 1043), in collaboration with Prof. Hamish S. Scott (Adelaide, Australia), h...
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