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Centre d'Immunologie et des Maladies Infectieuses
UPMC UMRS CR7 - Inserm U1135 - CNRS ERL 8255

Host-Pathogen interactions

The Cimi’s teams have a long-standing expertise in the field of Host/Pathogen interactions. They have developed integrative programs, to share expertise, tools and knowledge, and to establish new translational research programs on co-infections and/or on specific cellular pathways.  

Research at the Cimi covers a wide range of human pathogens, including agents that are responsible for some of the major pandemics such as HIV, Plasmodium, Mycobacteria, and Hepatitis B. Some key questions such as how pathogens establish reservoirs, latency and resistance to anti-infective therapies are addressed. This requires dissecting the intracellular development and potential escape mechanisms. Cimi researchers have participated in the characterization of virulence factors and the emergence of drug resistant strains, in direct link with clinical observations.


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