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  • Maël Bessaud, Sylvie Pillet, +4 authors Ionela Gouandjika-Vasilache
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Journal of clinical microbiology
  • 2012 (First Publication: 1 May 2012)
  • Human enteroviruses (HEV) are among the most common viruses infecting humans. Their circulation has been widely studied in most parts of the world but not in sub-Saharan Africa, where poliomyelitisContinue Reading
  • Alexandre Manirakiza, Jean Marie Kipela, Stephen Sosler, Régis M'Bary Daba, Ionela Gouandjika-Vasilache
  • Medicine
  • BMC public health
  • 2011 (First Publication: 1 December 2011)
  • BackgroundPassively acquired maternal antibodies are necessary to protect infants against circulating measles virus until they reach the eligible age of vaccination. Likewise, high levels ofContinue Reading
  • Maël Bessaud, Sophie Jégouic, +4 authors Françis Delpeyroux
  • Medicine, Biology
  • Journal of virological methods
  • 2008 (First Publication: 1 May 2008)
  • Human enteroviruses are among the most common viruses infecting humans and can cause diverse clinical syndromes ranging from minor febrile illness to severe and potentially fatal diseases.Continue Reading
  • Ionela Gouandjika-Vasilache, Diane Waku-Kouomou, +5 authors T. Fabian Wild
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Journal of medical virology
  • 2006 (First Publication: 1 July 2006)
  • Many African countries have begun implementation of national programs to eliminate measles by the year 2015. However, measles continues to be endemic in Africa. This study describes the firstContinue Reading
  • Alain Farra, Marilou Pagonendji, +4 authors Ionela Gouandjika-Vasilache
  • Medicine
  • BMC Infectious Diseases
  • 2016 (First Publication: 1 December 2016)
  • BackgroundAlthough rubella is generally considered a benign childhood disease, infection of a pregnant woman can cause foetal congenital rubella syndrome, which results in embryo-foetal disease andContinue Reading