Is Sepsis Associated Encephalopathy (SAE) amenable to cell therapy at a clinically relevant timing?
Aziz El Amraoui
Christine Petit • Aziz El Amraoui
HearDeafTreat Hearing and deafness: molecular mechanisms and therapeutic approaches
SEIZEAR Cellular and molecular aspects of audiogenic seizures in Vlgr1‐/‐ mice.
Cochlear development and therapeutic perspectives
My undergraduate education in both biology and applied physics naturally aroused my scientific interest in biological questions at the interface of physics and biology. For example, understanding the cellular and molecular mechanisms driving tissue […]
Benoit Delatour, ICM Paris
Protein conjugates for the diagnosis of Alzheimer’s disease
PP2A1 is a target for Alzheimer disease
Muscle Stem Cells & Sepsis
Miria Ricchetti • Fabrice Chretien
Brain & Sepsis
Jean-Marc Cavaillon • Tarek Sharshar • Anne Danckaert • Franck Verdonk • Daniel Fiole
CX3CR1 cells (green), macrophages (blue), B. anthracis spores (red) in the lungs. Confocal microscopy performed ex vivo. Click on the image to run the animation. Alveolar collagen (SHG, grey), CX3CR1 cells (green), B. […]