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Bactinflam Webinar June 7-8, 2022

To have an overview of the BactInflam activities and results, we invite you to attend the BactInflam Webinar on 7th and 8th June 2022 (2.00-5.00...
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BactInflam Summer School

BactInflam Summer School

During this 5-day Summer School, talks, round tables and workshop will address the links between microbiota and inflammation with regard to pro- or...
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BactInflam 2019 seminar in Belo Horizonte

Four STLO researchers at the LIA BactInflam 2019 seminar in Belo Horizonte.
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A l’occasion de la présentation du numéro 2019-1 de la revue « Histoire de la recherche contemporaine », le 6 Juin 2019, dans le salon...
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International Joint Laboratory  (Laboratoire International Associé / LIA INRA-UFMG) Brazilian and French BactInflam partners


Inflammatory diseases occur in both humans and animals.
The Bact-Inflam project will focus on 2 of them

Inflammatory bowel diseases (IBD)
Ruminant mastitis (After Pezeshki et al., 2011).
Both diseases are serious issues for human and vet medicines.