Institut national de la santé et de la recherche médicale (INSERM)

Institut national de la santé et de la recherche médicale (INSERM)

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Dietary fiber improves glycemic control thanks to immune cells

Health - Agronomy

Jannis Brandt Unsplash The intestinal immune system is an indispensable intermediary in the complex association between diet and metabolism: without it, the dietary fibers present in fruit and vegetables cannot play a proper part in regulating blood sugar levels in the body. Researchers at Inserm and Sorbonne University have now demonstrated that a certain type of immune cell is essential for the beneficial effect of dietary fibre on carbohydrate metabolism.

A valve made from human collagen opens up new avenues for the treatment of a paediatric heart disease

MRI image showing the reconstructed pulmonary valve (circled in red) that is closing perfectly 7 days after implantation. Fabien Kawecki/Inserm Researchers from Inserm have developed a pulmonary valve using human collagen.

Alzheimer’s disease: caffeine as a treatment option

Life Sciences - Health

In France, 900,000 people suffer from Alzheimer's or a related disease. The risk of developing Alzheimer's disease depends on genetic and environmental factors.

Toxoplasmosis: identification of a mechanism for immune surveillance of infection in the brain

Health - Life Sciences

Labeling of cytotoxic T lymphocytes (CD8 in red and the "residence" marker CD103 in green) lodged in the choroid plexus of a parasite-infected brain.

Social inequalities widen after a breast cancer

A French-Swiss team has highlighted the long-term impact of socioeconomic inequalities on the quality of life of women who have had breast cancer.

Hallucinogenic mushrooms to treat alcohol addiction

Life Sciences - Pharmacology

A ground-breaking study conducted by INSERM's Groupe de Recherches sur l'Alcool et les Pharmacodépendances (GRAP) opens up new therapeutic perspect

Cancer spread: targeting platelets to counter metastasis?

Scanning electron microscopy. Here we see how platelets (in blue/purple) attach to two tumour cells (in red) in a pre-clinical mouse model.

Placental vulnerability to air pollution: what effects on the development of the unborn child?

Health - Life Sciences

How does exposure to air pollution during pregnancy affect the pregnancy and the development of the unborn child?

Cell contraction drive the initial shaping of human embryos

Life Sciences

Human embryo compaction, an essential step in the first days of an embryo's development, is driven by the contractility of its cells.

A better understanding of Alzheimer’s disease: A study confirms the utility of caffeine as treatment avenue

Life Sciences - Health

In France, 900 000 people have Alzheimer's disease or a related condition. The risk of developing Alzheimer's depends on genetic and environmental factors. Among these factors, various epidemiological studies suggest that the regular consumption of moderate amounts of caffeine slows age-related cognitive decline and the risk of developing the disease. In a new study

Immune cells that protect against post-stroke neurological damage

Life Sciences - Health

Ageing greatly increases the risk of ischaemic stroke.

Health - Jun 21

Avoiding kidney transplant rejection using liquid biopsy?

The teams from the kidney transplantation department of Necker-Enfants Malades AP-HP hospital, Inserm and Paris Cité University, as part of the Paris Translational Research Center for Organ Transplantation (PARCC), coordin

Inserm publishes its Collective Expert Review on multiple disabilities

Inserm has published a new Collective Expert Review on the theme of multiple disabilities, commissioned by the French National Solidarity Fund for Autonomy (CNSA).

Health - May 13

Breast cancer: a study evaluates the time it takes to return to work

Health

After how long do women treated for breast cancer return to work? Until now, there has been little national data on this important aspect of the patient's care.

Vulnerability of the placenta to air pollution: what effects on the unborn child’s development?

How does exposure to air pollution affect the proper course of pregnancy and the development of the unborn child' A research team from Inserm and Université Grenoble Alpes investigated the potential effects on placental DNA of exposure to three major airborne pollutants.

The consumption of certain food additive emulsifiers could be associated with the risk of developing type 2 diabetes

Health - Agronomy

Emulsifiers are among the additives most widely used by the food industry, helping to improve the texture of food products and extend their shelf life.