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Malnutrition weighs on resident killer whale populations

06 - 30 - 2017

Malnutrition weighs on resident killer whale populations

A seven-year study looked at the reasons for the decline of a resident killer whale...

Visit of the Clinical Institute of Mice

05 - 31 - 2017

Visit of the Clinical Institute of Mice

The Inserm's Research Magazine, ‘Science &...

Animal research remains necessary for medical progress
The ARRIVE recommendations in French, or how to correctly publish research that uses animals.

04 - 14 - 2017

The ARRIVE recommendations in French, or how to correctly publish research that uses animals.

Whether for scientific, ethical or economic reasons, the publication of a scientific study on animals must have results that are...

Pets could help with a balanced intestinal flora

04 - 12 - 2017

Pets could help with a balanced intestinal flora

Pets contribute to the wellbeing of children but also to their health. Studies show that children are less prone to allergies and...

Heroin-producing blennies

04 - 05 - 2017

Heroin-producing blennies

Blennies are fish with a tapered body and particularly long dorsal and pectoral fins.

The saber-toothed blennie...

Controlling cancerous stem cells

03 - 03 - 2017

Controlling cancerous stem cells

Cancerous ‘stem’ cells (CSCs) have the ability to recreate a tumour after treatment, even if there are very few. For a tumour to be permanently...

How insects become resistant to toxic products

02 - 28 - 2017

How insects become resistant to toxic products

Researchers have identified the metabolic pathways and genes involved in the natural resistance of some flies, Drosophila, to a...

Therapeutic use of stem cells developed in dogs

02 - 27 - 2017

Therapeutic use of stem cells developed in dogs

Mesenchymal stem cells (MSCs) are used in medicine for their ability to transform into different cell types and stimulate the surrounding tissues...

The Zebrafish again in the spotlight

02 - 14 - 2017

The Zebrafish again in the spotlight

Zebrafish are definitely appreciated in research (Read our previous news);...