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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.

Robust Control of a Brain-Persisting Parasite through MHC I Presentation by Infected Neurons

Salvioni A, Belloy M, Lebourg A, Bassot E, Cantaloube-Ferrieu V, Vasseur V, Blanié S, Liblau RS, Suberbielle E, Robey EA, Blanchard N.
Cell Rep. 2019 Jun 11;27(11):3254-3268.e8.
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Potent Brodly neutralizing huma antibodies against HIV-1 and Hepatitis viruses

Thursday 15th October at 1.30 pm, room P Druet – CPTP /

Hugo Mouquet – Institut Cochin, Paris

Mathilde Bergamelli, CPTP doctoral student, and Brazilian artist Heitor Corrêa, laureates of the first edition of the “My Thesis on a Wall” competition

As part of the first edition of the “My Thesis on a Wall” competition, Mathilde Bergamelli, doctoral student at the CPTP and the artist Heitor Corrêa were rewarded, on October 9, 2019. The work of the artist representing the thesis theme of Mathilde is now on the ark of the University Toulouse Jean Jaurès.

Jordi Gouilly, Recipient of the 2019 ANRS thesis prize

Jordi Gouilly, Recipient of the 2019 ANRS thesis prize
Thesis: “Hepatitis E and Zika viral infections: Pathogenesis at the maternal-fetal interface and interplay with the immune response” under the supervison of Dr N. Jabrane-Ferrat.

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