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Failloux, Anna-Bella

Overview
Works: 42 works in 48 publications in 2 languages and 86 library holdings
Roles: Other, Thesis advisor, Opponent, Contributor, Author
Classifications: QR46, 616.921
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Most widely held works by Anna-Bella Failloux
La dengue dans les départements français d'Amérique : comment optimiser la lutte contre cette maladie ? = Dengue in Martinique, Guadeloupe and French Guiana : optimising control of the disease( )

in English and held by 14 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

En progression rapide dans toutes les régions chaudes, la dengue ou « fièvre dengue » est la maladie à vecteur la plus répandue dans le monde. L'expansion de ses formes hémorragiques, qui peuvent être mortelles, est devenue particulièrement inquiétante, d'autant qu'en l'absence de vaccins ou de nouveaux traitements, l'unique moyen d'enrayer la maladie consiste à lutter contre le moustique vecteur. Il ressort des contributions réunies dans cette expertise collégiale qu'à côté des techniques de démoustication présentées en détail dans le volume, un travail en réseau est indispensable pour surveiller et prendre en charge cette pathologie. Il apparaît également nécessaire, ce qui n'est pas le plus facile, de convaincre les populations d'éliminer elles-mêmes les réserves d'eau (mares, flaques, récipients...) où le moustique se reproduit, une autre mesure essentielle proposée dans cette expertise. Dengue, or dengue fever, is the most widespread vector-borne disease on the planet and is spreading rapidly in all the world's hot regions. The spread of its hemorrhagic forms, which can be fatal, is particularly worrying, especially as without a vaccine or a new treatment, the only way to halt the disease is to control the mosquito that carries it. From the papers that make up this report, it emerges that alongside the mosquito-control methods described by the authors, networking is essential for surveillance and medical care of dengue. The report also highlights the need to persuade the population (and this is not the easiest task) to take on themselves the essential work of eradicating pools, puddles and receptacles where water collects and mosquitoes can breed
La dengue dans les départements français d'Amérique Comment optimiser la lutte contre cette maladie? by Raymond Corriveau( Book )

2 editions published in 2013 in French and held by 4 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

En progression rapide dans toutes les régions chaudes, la dengue ou "fièvre dengue" est la maladie à vecteur la plus répandue dans le monde. L'expansion de ses formes hémorragiques, qui peuvent être mortelles, est devenue particulièrement inquiétante, d'autant qu'en l'absence de vaccins ou de nouveaux traitements, l'unique moyen d'enrayer la maladie consiste à lutter contre le moustique vecteur. Il ressort des contributions réunies dans cette expertise collégiale qu'à côté des techniques de démoustication présentées en détail dans le volume, un travail en réseau est indispensable pour surveiller et prendre en charge cette pathologie. Il apparaît également nécessaire, ce qui n'est pas le plus facile, de convaincre les populations d'éliminer elles-mêmes les réserves d'eau (mares, flaques, récipients ...) où le moustique se reproduit, une autre mesure essentielle proposée dans cette expertise. Dengue, or dengue fever, is the most widespread vector-borne disease on the planet and is spreading rapidly in all the world's hot regions. The spread of its hemorrhagic forms, which can be fatal, is particularly worrying, especially as without a vaccine or a new treatment, the only way to halt the disease is to control the mosquito that carries it. From the papers that make up this report, it emerges that alongside the mosquito-control methods described by the authors, networking is essential for surveillance and medical care of dengue. The report also highlights the need to persuade the population (and this is not the easiest task) to take on themselves the essential work of eradicating pools, puddles and receptacles where water collects and mosquitoes can breed
VARIABILITE GENETIQUE D'AEDES (STEGOMIA) POLYNESIENSIS, MARKS, 1951, EN POLYNESIE FRANCAISE. RESISTANCE AUX INSECTICIDES, DIFFERENCIATION GENETIQUE ET COMPETENCE VECTORIELLE by Anna-Bella Failloux( Book )

2 editions published in 1994 in French and held by 3 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

LE MOUSTIQUE AEDES POLYNESIENSIS, VECTEUR DE LA FILARIOSE DE BANCROFT A WUCHERERIA BANCROFTI VARIETE PACIFICA, EN POLYNESIE FRANCAISE EST L'OBJET DU TRAVAIL PRESENTE. TROIS ASPECTS DE SA VARIABILITE GENETIQUE ONT ETE ABORDES EN VUE D'ELARGIR NOS CONNAISSANCES EN MATIERE D'EPIDEMIOLOGIE DE LA FILARIOSE. L'ETUDE DE LA SENSIBILITE AUX INSECTICIDES DE DIFFERENTES POPULATIONS RECOLTEES DANS DES ILES GEOMORPHOLOGIQUEMENT DIFFERENTES PERMET DE DEMONTRER UNE HETEROGENEITE DU NIVEAU DE BASE DE LEUR SENSIBILITE ET UNE ABSENCE DE RESISTANCE AUX QUATRE GRANDES FAMILLES D'INSECTICIDES. LA CONNAISSANCE DE CES NIVEAUX DE BASE PAR RAPPORT A CEUX D'AEDES AEGYPTI ET DE CULEX PIPIENS QUINQUEFASCIATUS PERMET DE PROPOSER UNE POLITIQUE DE LUTTE ANTIVECTORIELLE SPECIFIQUE AUX ILES POLYNESIENNES. PAR L'ETUDE DU POLYMORPHISME ELECTROPHORETIQUE DES GENES NEUTRES DE CES MEMES POPULATIONS, NOUS METTONS EN EVIDENCE LE ROLE DES MOUVEMENTS HUMAINS, DES DISTANCES SEPARANT LES ILES ET, DANS CERTAINS CAS, DE LA NATURE DES GITES COLONISES DANS LA DIFFERENCIATION DES POPULATIONS. UNE ETUDE PRELIMINAIRE SUGGERE QUE LA TECHNIQUE DU RAPD SUR L'ADN GENOMIQUE POURRAIT ETRE UTILISEE POUR APPROFONDIR CERTAINS RESULTATS. EN REVANCHE, L'ADN MITOCHONDRIAL N'EST PAS POLYMORPHE DANS LA ZONE GEOGRAPHIQUE ETUDIEE. LA COMPETENCE VECTORIELLE D'AEDES POLYNESIENSIS EVALUEE SELON DEUX METHODES (REPAS SUR FILARIEN ET REPAS ARTIFICIEL) A REVELE UNE DIFFERENCIATION SIGNIFICATIVE ENTRE SOUCHES ORIGINAIRES D'ILES DIFFERENTES: LES MOUSTIQUES DE TAHITI ET DE RAIATEA DE L'ARCHIPEL DE LA SOCIETE REPONDENT MIEUX A LA CHARGE PARASITAIRE ET ASSURENT MIEUX LE DEVELOPPEMENT DU PARASITE JUSQU'A SA MATURITE QUE LES MOUSTIQUES DE TIKEHAU (TUAMOTU) ET DE NUKU-HIVA (MARQUISES). CECI TRADUIT UNE ADAPTATION PARFAITE DES SOUCHES DE MOUSTIQUES DES ILES DE LA SOCIETE A L'INFECTION PAR W. BANCROFTI. L'ENSEMBLE DE NOS RESULTATS MONTRENT QUE LES POPULATIONS D'AEDES POLYNESIENSIS SONT BIEN DIFFERENCIEES ET QUE LE DEGRE DE DIFFERENCIATION EST EN PARTIE LA RESULTANTE DE LA DISTANCE SEPARANT LES ILES ET DE L'INTENSITE DES MOUVEMENTS HUMAINS EXISTANT ENTRE ELLES
Etude de la variabilité génétique d'Aedes aegypti et d'Aedes albopictus, les vecteurs des virus de la dengue en Asie du Sud-Est by Christophe Paupy( Book )

2 editions published in 2004 in French and held by 3 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Potential of Aedes aegypti populations in Madeira Island to transmit dengue and chikungunya viruses by Gonçalo Seixas( )

1 edition published in 2018 in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Aedes aegyptifrom temperate regions of South America are highly competent to transmit dengue virus by Ricardo Lourenço de Oliveira( )

1 edition published in 2013 in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Oral Susceptibility to Yellow Fever Virus of Aedes aegypti from Brazil by Ricardo Lourenço de Oliveira( )

1 edition published in 2002 in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

The oral susceptibility to yellow fever virus was evaluated in 23 Aedes aegypti samples from Brazil. Six Ae. aegypti samples from Africa, America and Asia were also tested for comparison. Mosquito samples from Asia showed the highest infection rates. Infection rates for the Brazilian Ae. aegypti reached 48.6 percent, but were under 13 percent in 60 percent of sample tested. We concluded that although the low infection rates estimated for some Brazilian mosquito samples may not favor the establishment of urban cycle of yellow fever in some parts of the country, the founding of Ae. aegypti of noteworthy susceptibility to the virus in cities located in endemic and transition areas of sylvatic yellow fever, do pose a threat of the re-emergence of the urban transmission of the disease in Brazil (AU)
Synthetic miRNAs induce dual arboviral-resistance phenotypes in the vector mosquito Aedes aegypti by Pei-Shi Yen( )

1 edition published in 2018 in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Evolution et adaptation du virus chikungunya vis-à-vis des ses hôtes vecteurs by Camilo Arias Goeta( Book )

2 editions published in 2012 in French and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Arboviruses are characterized by high rates of mutation. However, it has been assumed that their evolution is constrained by requirement for alternate replication in vertebrate and invertebrate hosts. Host change would favor the emergence of new viral variants pre-existing in the viral population. Indeed, during the 2004 outbreak of chikungunya virus (CHIKV) in the Indian Ocean, a newly emerged epidemic variant harboring a single amino-acid substitution in the E1 glycoprotein was highly transmitted by an unusual mosquito vector, Aedes albopictus. We showed that when the original and the newly emerged epidemic variants were provided at equal titers in blood-meals, the epidemic variant was preferentially transmitted by Ae. albopictus. Interestingly, when inoculating both variants into mosquitoes bypassing the midgut barrier, the epidemic variant was no longer selected in Ae. albopictus. Our findings suggest that the midgut barrier plays a key role in the selection of the epidemic variant. Subsequent adaptive mutations in the CHIKV genome are likely to emerge questioning on the evolution of CHIKV. We evaluated if host alternation can limit CHIKV evolution and results in fitness trade-offs. To test this hypothesis, the newly emerging variant of CHIKV was serially or alternately passaged in mammalian or mosquito cells. After 30 passages, obtained CHIKV strains were genetically and phenotypically characterized. Our results were not in line with the general assumption stating that host alternation constrains CHIKV evolution. However, our experimental approach suggested that new amino-acid substitutions in the E2 glycoprotein could modulate the vector competence in mosquitoes
Towards a better understanding of Rift Valley fever epidemiology in the south-west of the Indian Ocean by Thomas Balenghien( )

1 edition published in 2013 in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

European Aedes caspius mosquitoes are experimentally unable to transmit Zika virus by Ana I Núñez( )

1 edition published in 2019 in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Stable distinct core eukaryotic viromes in different mosquito species from Guadeloupe, using single mosquito viral metagenomics by Chenyan Shi( )

1 edition published in 2019 in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Insecticide resistance and target site mutations (G119S ace-1 and L1014F kdr) of Culex pipiens in Morocco by Fatim-Zohra Tmimi( )

1 edition published in 2018 in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Competitive advantage of a dengue 4 virus when co-infecting the mosquito Aedes aegypti with a dengue 1 virus by Marie Vazeille( )

1 edition published in 2016 in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Les conséquences de l'infection par le virus chikungunya sur les vecteurs du genre Aedes by Estelle Martin( Book )

2 editions published in 2010 in French and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Le virus chikungunya (CHIK) transmis par les moustiques Aedes aegypti et Aedes albopictus a émergé dans la région de l'Océan Indien en 2005-2006. Sur l'île de La Réunion, un changement de vecteur semble avoir favorisé la sélection d'un nouveau variant viral plus efficacement transmis par Ae. albopictus. L'efficacité de ce système virus-vecteur est-elle associée à un cout de l'infection virale ? En se répliquant intensivement, le virus devient néfaste au vecteur qui pour réduire les effets négatifs de l'infection, peut modifier certains traits d'histoire de vie. Nous avons montré que l'infection virale conduit à une diminution de la survie qui est compensée par un investissement plus précoce de ses ressources vers la reproduction : Ae. albopictus de La Réunion infectée par le virus CHIK pond plus tôt juste avant de mourir. A Mayotte, Ae. aegypti et Ae. albopictus co-existent et partagent souvent les mêmes gîtes larvaires entrainant une compétition pour les mêmes ressources nutritives. Nous avons montré que la compétition n'influe pas sur la compétence vectorielle. Néanmoins, lorsque les larves des deux espèces sont présentes en proportions équivalentes, Ae. albopictus est favorisée : un meilleur taux de survie et un taux d'infection disséminée plus élevée. Pour contrôler l'infection virale, les moustiques ont développé des mécanismes de défense qui reposent entres autres sur l'ARN interférence (RNA). Nos résultats préliminaires montrent que la diminution de l'expression des gènes ago2 et dcr2 n'affectent pas la réplication du virus CHIK dans les conditions de laboratoires utilisées
First report of L1014F-kdr mutation in Culex pipiens complex from Morocco by Meriem Bkhache( )

1 edition published in 2016 in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Zika virus can be venereally transmitted between Aedes aegypti mosquitoes by Stéphanie Silva Campos( )

1 edition published in 2017 in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Experimental Adaptation of the Yellow Fever Virus to the Mosquito Aedes albopictus and Potential risk of urban epidemics in Brazil, South America by Fadila Amraoui( )

1 edition published in 2018 in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Biogeography of the two major arbovirus mosquito vectors, Aedes aegypti and Aedes albopictus (Diptera, Culicidae), in Madagascar by Fara Nantenaina Raharimalala( )

1 edition published in 2012 in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Aedes albopictus in Lebanon, a potential risk of arboviruses outbreak by Nabīl Ḥaddād( )

1 edition published in 2012 in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

 
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English (15)

French (10)