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Surveillance des Listeria monocytogenes dans les aliments.

@inproceedings{Roussel2012SurveillanceDL,
  title={Surveillance des Listeria monocytogenes dans les aliments.},
  author={Sophie Roussel and Alexandre Leclercq and Julien Santolini and Akp{\'e}n{\'e} D{\'e}lalom Agbessi and V. Chenal Francisque and Renaud Lailler and Marc Lecuit and N. Pihier and Anne Brisabois},
  year={2012}
}
responsable d’une zoonose appelée listériose. Cette infection parfois sévère diffère des autres maladies d’origine alimentaire par : i) la gravité de la symptomatologie, ii) sa prédilection pour les sujets dont le système immunitaire est déficient et iii) un taux de létalité très élevé, de 20 à 30 % [1]. Cette bactérie peut être également responsable de gastro-entérites. En France, 300 cas en moyenne de listériose sont recensés chaque année, correspondant à une incidence annuelle de 0,4 cas… 

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