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The Alfred Kastler 2017  Prize in Biology was rewarded to Mohammed Moudjou, Jérôme Chapuis and Vincent Béringue for their studies on neurodegenerative diseases

Mohammed Moudjou, Jérôme Chapuis and Vincent Béringue received the Alfred Kastler 2017 Prize in Biology from the Foundation for Animal Rights, Ethics and Sciences, with the presence of Louis Schweitzer, president of the association and  André Nieoullon, president of the Kastler biologie 2017 prize jury.. © LFDA, Michel Pourny
Updated on 01/25/2018
Published on 12/11/2017
Keywords: BREVES
Mohammed Moudjou, Jérôme Chapuis et Vincent Béringue reçoivent le prix de biologie Alfred Kastler 2017 de la Fondation Droit Animal, Éthique et Sciences, en présence de Louis Schweitzer, président de l'association et de André Nieoullon,président du jury du prix Kastler biologie 2017.. © LFDA, Michel Pourny
Mohammed Moudjou, Jérôme Chapuis et Vincent Béringue reçoivent le prix de biologie Alfred Kastler 2017 de la Fondation Droit Animal, Éthique et Sciences, en présence de Louis Schweitzer, président de l'association et de André Nieoullon,président du jury du prix Kastler biologie 2017. © LFDA, Michel Pourny
Mohammed Moudjou, Jérôme Chapuis and Vincent Béringue, research engineers and scientists working for the Protein Macro-Assemblies and Prion diseases team of the Virology and Molecular Immunology Unit (VIM), received the Alfred Kastler 2017 Prize in Biology from the Foundation for Animal Rights, Ethics and Sciences.

They are rewarded for the development and use of an improved technique for amplifying prions in vitro. The method used reduces the use of living animals in this type of research.

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