Anne Jamet

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  • Anne Jamet, Agnès B. Jousset, Daniel Euphrasie, Paulette Mukorako, Alix Boucharlat, Alexia Ducousso +2 others
  • 2015
The genus Neisseria includes both commensal and pathogenic species which are genetically closely related. However, only meningococcus and gonococcus are important human pathogens. Very few toxins are known to be secreted by pathogenic Neisseria species. Recently, toxins secreted via type V secretion system and belonging to the widespread family of(More)
Bacteria have evolved numerous strategies to increase their competitiveness and fight against each other. Indeed, a large arsenal of antibacterial weapons is available in order to inhibit the proliferation of competitor cells. Polymorphic toxin systems (PTS), recently identified by bioinformatics in all major bacterial lineages, correspond to such a system(More)
UNLABELLED Neisseria meningitidis is a leading cause of bacterial meningitis and septicemia, affecting infants and adults worldwide. N. meningitidis is also a common inhabitant of the human nasopharynx and, as such, is highly adapted to its niche. During bacteremia, N. meningitidis gains access to the blood compartment, where it adheres to endothelial cells(More)
Pharmacovigilance is the activity related to the collection, analysis and prevention of adverse drug reactions (ADRs) induced by drugs or biologics. Besides other methods, statistical algorithms are used to detect previously unknown ADRs, and it was noted that groupings of ADR terms can further improve safety signal detection. Standardised MedDRA Queries(More)
BACKGROUND The characterization of spontaneous reported cases is fundamental for pharmacovigilance. This task is time consuming and its reproducibility is low. OBJECTIVE To develop a system founded on an ontology that automatically instantiates spontaneous reported cases as "known" adverse drug effects (ADE) only if the reported ADEs are described in drug(More)
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