M. Boude-Chevalier

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INTRODUCTION Dengue fever is the main emerging vector-borne disease worldwide. It was estimated that 40% of the world population is at risk. A potential vector (Aedes albopictus) is present in four French departments of the southeast area of metropolitan France. METHOD The authors tried to document the number of imported cases of dengue diagnosed from(More)
A clinical collaborative study was conducted to compare two new chromogenic agar media, Rambach agar and theSalmonella Detection and Identification Medium (SMID) (bioMérieux, France), with two conventional media, Salmonella-Shigella agar and Hektoen agar. Thirty-nineSalmonella strains involving 14 serotypes were isolated from 1,454 stool specimens. After(More)
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