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 The "Viral Infections and Comparative Pathology" lab is a joined research unit from INRA (Animal Health Division), Lyon 1 university and EPHE. Several collaborators from INSERMveterinary school and the Lyon hospital are part of our unit, allowing us to develop fundamental research projects as well as projects based on the clinic. Located on the university campus of Gerland, an environment rich in academic and private partners in the field of human and animal health, especially infectiology (CIRI, IBCP, BioAster, Lyonbiopole, Sanofi, Boehringer-Merial ....) ; our research unit is one of the contributors of the "SFR Bioscience", a service unit that provides a shared pool of resources and technical core facilities (confined laboratories, animal facilities, imaging platform…). Our goals are to better prevent, detect and fight against endemic or emerging animal diseases.

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Vector-borne diseases

Short piece on mosquito vector-borne diseases

A short piece on mosquito vector-borne diseases was published in L’Éphéméride, the EPHE
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Asian tiger mosquito in the press

The Asian tiger mosquito in the press!

Media coverage on Asian tiger mosquito
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Prion-like protein

A viral protein exhibits biochemical properties similar to those of prions

Researchers from IVPC have recently discovered that a virus affecting ruminants in Africa can form amyloid-like fibrils in the brain
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Transposable element transcript in Drosophila

Viral infection impacts transposable element transcript amounts in Drosophila

Transposable elements (TEs) are genomic parasites that are found in all genomes, some of which display sequence similarity to certain viruses. In...
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The CORTI-COVID trial

Therapeutic trial of oral corticosteroids in viral pneumonitis induced by SARS-Cov-2
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Arrivée Jocelyn Turpin

Jocelyn Turpin joined IVPC

Jocelyn Turpin, previously at the Imperial College London, started, as INRAE research scientist, at IVPC on May 1st, 2020.
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