Timeline

Nicole Corre-Catelin
Project Manager
29 Apr 2020
publication

Investigation of viral etiology in potentially malignant disorders and oral squamous cell carcinomas in non-smoking, non-drinking patients

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24 Mar 2020
publication

The ICAReB Platform: A Human Biobank for the Institut Pasteur and Beyond

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25 Apr 2019
news

Recrutement de patients piqués par une tique pouvant participer à l’étude OHTICKS

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12 Oct 2018
project

CoSImmGEn-F : constitution d’une cohorte de sujets atteints de polypose adénomateuse familiale et porteurs d’une mutation du gène APC afin d’étudier le rôle de la génétique du système immunitaire et de l’environnement dans la maladie

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06 Apr 2018
event

Colloque chercheurs, médecins et participants aux recherches : un dialogue permanent

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01 Sep 2015
publication

Next-Generation Sequencing for Diagnosis and Tailored Therapy: A Case Report of Astrovirus-Associated Progressive Encephalitis.

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21 Jul 2015
team

Clinical Investigation and Access to BioResources (ICAReB)

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14 May 2013
publication

Fitness of transgenic mosquito Aedes aegypti males carrying a dominant lethal genetic system

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01 Nov 2010
project

CoSimmGen : Constitution of a prospective cohort of healthy and diseased individuals with an associated human biological resources collection for the purpose of studying of genetic, immunological and environmental factors in human diseases

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10 Jun 2010
project

Pathogen discovery

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01 May 2010
publication

Salivary gland protein repertoire from Aedes aegypti mosquitoes

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01 Oct 2009
publication

Sialome individuality between Aedes aegypti colonies

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19 Sep 2009
project

Diagmicoll : Collection of bioresources from healthy subjects or patients, in order to develop and validate new diagnosis methods and for undertaking infectious and tropical diseases diagnosis expert assessments

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07 Aug 2007
publication

Antibody response against saliva antigens of Anopheles gambiae and Aedes aegypti in travellers in tropical Africa

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