Category: Scientific research

CiBleS 21: A new step forward

By simple observation and deduction Jérôme Lejeune believed that the gene CBS1 must be on the chromosome 21 and could

Dyrk1A, the flagship gene of Saint Malo’s international scientific conference

Several research teams around the world are interested in one aspect or another of the gene Dyrk1a […]

Obstructive sleep apnoea: an entire programme in itself !

The Jérome Lejeune Foundation and Institute are wondering how relevant it would be to detect and treat sleep breathing disorders

DYRK1A: Saint Malo’s flagship gene

For 15 years now, the Foundation has considered the gene Dyrk1a to be one of the main therapeutic solutions to curing Down Syndrome.

CiBleS21: New encouraging results

The Jérôme Lejeune Foundation is testing new inhibiting molecules to improve the cognitive functions in people living with Down Syndrome.

The development of an international centre of excellence

Grégoire François-Dainville, the general director of the Jérôme Lejeune institute, has provided us with news concerning this unique centre that

2nd day of the International Jerome Lejeune Days : A scientific congress

2nd day of the International Jerome Lejeune Days: A scientific congress on progress concerning treatments targeting genetic intellectual diseases.


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