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NATURE COMMUNICATIONS

New mechanism for controlling axonal transport in neurons

Laurent Nguyen’s team (GIGA-Stem Cells) identifies this new mechanism, conserved from flies to humans.

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Podcast - S1 EP5

Audrey Vanhaudenhuyse : exploration des facettes de la conscience

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European Respiratory Journal

Anti-IL-5 mepolizumab minimally influences residual blood eosinophils in severe asthma

A collaboration between teams from the Cellular and Molecular Immunology and Penumology Laboratories suggests that treatment with IL5-neutralizing antibodies spares residual circulating eosinophils

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New academic yeas is coming!

Registration for 2021 courses is now open

GIGA Doctoral School for Health Sciences' 2021-2022 courses are coming!

The first courses are now open for registration. Check our courses and register now!

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Environmental Health Perspectives

The impact of environmental pollutants on the reproduction of future generations

A study published by Anne-Simone Parent's team shows that the effects of exposure to endocrine disruptors during pregnancy would have consequences on future generations, even if they are not directly exposed.

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WIN2WAL

New "Win2Wal" project for the laboratory of of molecular biomimetic

The objective of the project is to study bioflotation as an alternative to solvent extraction to separate and purify neodymium from electronic waste in solutio.

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A publication in Nature

Large-scale genomic analysis highlights risk factors for COVID-19

An international collaboration - involving the University of Liege, the University Hospital of Liege and the CHC Mont Légia - has identified several genetic markers associated with SARS-CoV-2 infection and COVID-19 severity.

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A publication in Brain Communications

Near-death experiences, a survival strategy that originates in thanatosis, common in the animal kingdom ?

A study lead by Danish and Belgian (GIGA/ULiège) researchers attributes for the first time a biological purpose to near-death experiences (NDEs)

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Scientific prize

Emilie Lommers, laureate of the Claire Fauconnier & Guy Sallets Fund

Awarded by the King Baudouin Foundation, this fund will enable her to continue her research, that aims at a better understanding of multiple sclerosis pathophysiology.

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A cross-border research centre to better understand the microbiome

A high level partnership between the universities of Liège, Aachen, Maastricht and Venlo (UM campus) in which GIGA and Montefiore researchers will contribute their experience in biostatistics, biomedicine and bioinformatics.

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Publication in Annals of Neurology

New evidence about brain activity of patients diagnosed as being unresponsive

Most of post-comatose clinically unresponsive patients present residual brain activity closer to what we usually observe in minimally conscious patients.

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Science Advances

Major advance in the understanding of the dynamics of intracellular membranes in an animal cell

Jean-Claude Twizere's team (Laboratory of Viral Interactomes, GIGA-MBD) explains in Science Advances the regulation of the dynamics of the endoplasmic reticulum and the extension of its tubular network in mammalian cells.

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