HIV: Early Treatment, One Key to Remission

HIV: Early Treatment, One Key to Remission

People living with HIV need to take antiretroviral treatment for life to prevent the virus from multiplying in their body. However, for some people, known as “post-treatment controllers,” have been able to discontinue their treatment while maintaining an...
Nasa’s Lucy Mission Confirms Asteroid Formation Model

Nasa’s Lucy Mission Confirms Asteroid Formation Model

A numerical model of the formation, at low velocity, of satellites in binary asteroid systems was Published on November 17th in the journal Icarus by a research team from IPGP and Université Paris Cité. This model, suggesting the existence of “contact binary”...
Liver Cells Control our Biological Clock

Liver Cells Control our Biological Clock

Our liver plays a role in regulating our central biological clock, scientists from CNRS and Université Paris have discovered. The results of their study, published on 17 May in Science Advances, show that the biological clock of mice can be reprogrammed by inserting...
MensEndoDiag, Deciphering and Treating Endometriosis

MensEndoDiag, Deciphering and Treating Endometriosis

Among the 3,000 submitted projects, 39 French projects were selected and secured ERC funding, including the MensEndoDiag project led by Ludivine Doridot. Lecturer in physiology at the UFR of Medicine of the Faculty of Health at Université Paris Cité, Ludivine Doridot...
Discovery of a Circovirus Involved in Human Hepatitis

Discovery of a Circovirus Involved in Human Hepatitis

Scientists from the Institut Pasteur, Necker-Enfants Malades Hospital (AP-HP), Université Paris Cité, Inserm in the Imagine Institute and the Alfort National Veterinary School (EnvA) have identified a previously unknown species of circovirus, provisionally named human...