Généthon is delighted with the treatment of a first patient as part of a gene therapy trial for the late form of Pompe disease, led by the company SparkTherapeutics and integrating technologies developed at Généthon

Written by Généthon | February 10, 2021 Pompe disease is an inherited genetic disorder linked to alpha-deficiencyglucosidase acid (GAA) which causes glycogen to build up in lysosomes, causing cell damage …

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a poll gives Wauquiez the winner in Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes

According to an IFOP poll, the outgoing president should come clearly ahead in the first and second rounds. Laurent Wauquiez, president of the Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes region AFP It is a survey …

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In Strasbourg, the Greens hostile to Huawei investments

The establishment in the Grand-Est of a 5G antenna factory of the world leader in telecoms equipment will be discussed on Monday. For now, the subject divides opinion. By Yolande …

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About 3.2 thousand cases of coronavirus detected in the army and military educational institutions of Russia

From March to May 4, coronavirus was found in the army and military schools in 3,180 people, according to a published bulletin of the Russian Ministry of Defense. “In the …

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“Distrust of the government’s plan calls for institutional reforms”

Antoine Bristielle is an associate professor of social sciences, doctoral student at Sciences Po Grenoble. Tristan Guerra is a doctoral student at Sciences Po Grenoble. When a democratic regime is …

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The Élysée Palace does not rule out reconfiguration in the event of a second epidemic wave after May 11

Édouard Philippe wanted to be both serious and optimistic. At a press conference on the coronavirus on Sunday, the Prime Minister said that “our life, from May 11, it will …

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“We must rebuild our national and European sovereignty”, urges Emmanuel Macron

Simple change of tone or real change of foot? On the sidelines of a trip to the site of the mask factory of the SME Kolmi-Hopen, in the suburbs of …

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