Toulouse Institute for Infectious and Inflammatory Diseases

Immunology, Inflammation and Infectious diseases :

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Dual vaccination against IL-4 and IL-13 protects against chronic allergic asthma in mice

Conde E Bertrand R, Balbino Bonnefoy Stackowicz Caillot Colaone Hamdi Houmadi Loste Kamphuis JBJ Huetz Guilleminault Gaudenzio Mougel Hardy Snouwaert JN Koller BH Serra Bruhns Grouard-Vogel Reber LL.

Copyrignt: © Eva Conde

TLR7 dosage polymorphism shapes interferogenesis and HIV-1 acute viremia in women

Pascal Azar (*), José Enrique Mejía (*), Claire Cenac (*), Arnoo Shaiykova, Ali Youness, Sophie Laffont, Asma Essat, Jacques Izopet, Caroline Passaes, Michaela Müller-Trutwin, Pierre Delobel, Laurence Meyer, et Jean-Charles Guéry

(*) Co-premiers auteurs.
JCI Insight,

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Crédits photo: © Inserm/Institut Curie/Gaudin, Raphaël/Bernaroch, Philippe

A Virus Hosted in Malaria-Infected Blood Protects against T Cell-Mediated Inflammatory Diseases by Impairing DC Function in a Type I IFN-Dependent Manner

Hassan A, Wlodarczyk MF, Benamar M, Bassot E, Salvioni A, Kassem S, Berry A, Saoudi A, Blanchard N.
mBio. 2020 Apr 7;11(2). pii: e03394-19. doi: 10.1128/mBio.03394-19.

Crédits photo: Crystal light
Figure : Envelopped viruses and red blood cells

Long-term immunity against yellow fever in children vaccinated during infancy: a longitudinal cohort study

Domingo C, Fraissinet J, Ansah PO, Kelly C, Bhat N, Sow SO, Mejía JE
The Lancet Infectious Diseases 2019.
Crédits photo: ©WHO/C.Onuekwe.

Thursday, November 18, 2021 – A day of the Fondation Vaincre Alzheimer at Infinity lab

The Fondation Vaincre Alzheimer, organized an open lab day of visit for the Donors to be introduced to the scientific advances made by Dr Elsa Suberbielle, researcher at CNRS.

copyright : Fondation Vaincre Alzheimer

2021-2022: Year of Biology for the CNRS

The biology is in the front page, notably in the Petit illustré booklet dedicated to Life sciences, which has just been co-edited by the CNRS and the “Dépêche du Midi”

Lhorane LOBJOIS and Sophie ALLART, Winners of the 3rd prize for the poster of the Mifobio thematic school 2021.

Lhorane Lobjois and Sophie Allart (Infinity cell imaging platform) won the 3rd prize for the poster of the Functional Microscopy for Biology thematic school (Mifobio) organized by the GDR ImaBio of the CNRS, with the following poster:

Combination of ultrafast two photon microscopy with tissue clearing for studying physiopathology

Nicolas Gaudenzio, ACTERIA Early career Prize in Allergology

Nicolas Gaudenzio, 35, graduated from the University Paul Sabatier in Toulouse, France. Following a 4-year postdoctoral period in the laboratory of Stephen J. Galli, Department of Pathology, University of Stanford (CA USA), he became in 2019 Principal Investigator at...

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