KOVID – Kidney and Cardiovascular Injury Determination in a COVID-19 Mouse Model
The KOVID project aims to study, in a mouse model, the fate and functions of cardiovascular and renal cells during SARS-CoV-2 infection in order to better understand cardiovascular and renal alterations that develop during pathology. It focuses on describing and understanding the molecular and cellular basis of cardiovascular dysfunction and hydroelectrolytic equilibrium impairment in COVID-19 patients.
Stéphane Hatem – Sophie Nadaud – Sorbonne University
Sorbonne Université – INSERM – Institut Pierre Louis de Santé Publique – Pr Anne-Geneviève Marcelin (APHP) and Pr Vincent Calvez
Sorbonne Université – UMS28 – Small animal phenotyping. Animal facility and in vivo investigations – Dr Serban Morosan and Christelle Enond
Collège de France – Center for Interdisciplinary Research in Biology – Stéphane Germain and Nicolas Bréchot
INSERM U1138 – Physiologie rénale et Tubulopathies – Dr Gilles Crambert and Pr Pascal Houillier