Antoine de Saizieu

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BACKGROUND Pneumococcal meningitis is associated with high mortality (approximately 30%) and morbidity. Up to 50% of survivors are affected by neurological sequelae due to a wide spectrum of brain injury mainly affecting the cortex and hippocampus. Despite this significant disease burden, the genetic program that regulates the host response leading to brain(More)
Relative changes in mRNA as well as protein levels induced by sublethal doses of antibiotics on bacteria are measured and results visualised in the context of metabolic pathway diagrams. The mRNA levels present at a given time point after the addition of the antibiotic are measured using microarrays from Affymetrix. Additionally, the relative amount of each(More)
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