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PIV deparment seminar – Isabel RODITI “The sweet and sour sides of cyclic AMP signalling in trypanosomes”

Scientific Fields
Diseases
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Applications
Technique
Date
18
Nov 2021
Time
12:00:00
Institut Pasteur, Rue du Docteur Roux, Paris, France
Address
Building: Fernbach Room: Salle Jean-Paul Aubert
Location
2021-11-18 12:00:00 2021-11-18 13:00:00 Europe/Paris PIV deparment seminar – Isabel RODITI “The sweet and sour sides of cyclic AMP signalling in trypanosomes” Séminaire du Département des Parasites et Insectes Vecteurs   Isabel RODITI University of Bern, Switzerland  “The sweet and sour sides of cyclic AMP signalling in trypanosomes“ Jeudi 18 novembre 2021, 12h00 Salle Jean-Paul Aubert et […] Institut Pasteur, Rue du Docteur Roux, Paris, France Philippe Bastin philippe.bastin@pasteur.fr

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Séminaire du Département des Parasites et Insectes Vecteurs

  Isabel RODITI
University of Bern, Switzerland

 The sweet and sour sides of cyclic AMP signalling in trypanosomes

Jeudi 18 novembre 2021, 12h00

Salle Jean-Paul Aubert
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Contact : Philippe Bastin : philippe.bastin@pasteur.fr

Abstract :
The collective behaviour of African trypanosomes on semi-solid surfaces, known as social motility, creates symmetrical patterns as the parasites divide and migrate.  The self-organisation of communities of trypanosomes is presumed to be due to migration factors and/or repellents that they release. Is this something relevant to their life cycle or a beautiful artefact? We have been investigating what these factors are, how they are perceived by the parasites and what their function is likely to be in the context of their passage through their insect host, the tsetse fly.

Website Link : https://www.izb.unibe.ch/research/prof_dr_isabel_roditi/index_eng.html

Location

Building: Fernbach
Room: Salle Jean-Paul Aubert
Address: Institut Pasteur, Rue du Docteur Roux, Paris, France