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Lancet Infectious Diseases, The, ISSN 1473-3099, 2017, Volume 17, Issue 5, pp. 510 - 519
Summary Background Listeriosis is a severe foodborne infection and a notifiable disease in France. We did a nationwide prospective study to characterise its... 
Infectious Disease | MORTALITY | MENINGITIS | INFECTIOUS DISEASES | MONOCYTOGENES | RISK-FACTORS | MANAGEMENT | GUIDELINES | SURVEILLANCE | PREGNANCY | Foodborne Diseases - microbiology | Infant, Newborn, Diseases - epidemiology | Prognosis | Prospective Studies | Humans | Listeriosis - diagnosis | Bacteremia - mortality | Male | Infant, Newborn, Diseases - microbiology | Listeriosis - epidemiology | Mandatory Reporting | Listeria monocytogenes - classification | Adult | Female | Pregnancy Complications, Infectious - microbiology | Infant, Newborn | Meningoencephalitis - epidemiology | France - epidemiology | Meningoencephalitis - mortality | Pregnancy Complications, Infectious - epidemiology | Risk Factors | Listeria monocytogenes - isolation & purification | Hospitalization | Infectious Disease Transmission, Vertical | Pregnancy | Meningoencephalitis - microbiology | Bacteremia - epidemiology | Listeriosis - microbiology | Aged | Population Surveillance | Listeriosis | Neonates | Food-borne diseases | Disease | Brain stem | Clinical trials | Infections | Genomes | Gestation | Epidemiology | Risk factors | Windows (intervals) | Listeria | Meningitis | Public health | Food | Dexamethasone | Bacterial infections | Mortality | Fetuses | Regression analysis | Clustering | Patients | Bacteremia | Meningoencephalitis | Studies | Surveillance | Medical prognosis | Health risk assessment | Cancer | Index Medicus | Life Sciences
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by Sibiude, Jeanne and Le Chenadec, Jérôme and Bonnet, Damien and Tubiana, Roland and Faye, Albert and Dollfus, Catherine and Mandelbrot, Laurent and Delmas, Sandrine and Lelong, Nathalie and Khoshnood, Babak and Warszawski, Josiane and Blanche, Stéphane and Crenn-Hebert, Catherine and Floch-Tudal, Corinne and Mazy, Fabienne and Joras, Marine and Meier, Françoise and Mortier, Emmanuel and Briquet, Catherine and Duro, Dominique and Ichou, Houria and Marty, Laurence and Ceccaldi, Pierre-François and Banige, Maïa and Uludag, Agnès Villemant and Zarouk, Virginie and Lefort, Agnès and Ben Salah, Mariam and Hittinger, Gilles and Chamouilli, Jean-Marc and Burle, Christian and Lafeuillade, Alain and Philip, Gisèle and Medus, Marie and Bachelard, Germaine and Malet, Martine and Dendale-Nguyen, Joëlle and Guimard, Thomas and Guimard, Karine and Brossier, Jean-Pierre and Perré, Philippe and Esnault, Jean-Luc and Stragier, Olivier Bollengier and Leautez-Nainville, Sophie and Suaud, Isabelle and Martha, Sandrine-Anne and Martha, Benoît and Maurel, Elise and Françoise, Michel and Barat, Muriel and Murger, Patricia and Rouha, Mahfoud and Lumbroso, Philippe and Checoury, Alain and Perfezou, Pascale and Blondin, Gilles and Duthé, Jean-Charles and Ansart, Séverine and Martin, Luc De Saint and Le Moine, Philippe and Daniel, Corinne and Calvez, Christian and Boutaric, Emmanuelle and Rohan, Jennifer and Arvieux, Cédric and Bauville, Estelle and Dupre, Christelle and Lotton, Pascal and Ouamara-Digue, Enora and Poinsignon, Yves and Grelier, Anne and Mousset, Gaetane and Cudeville, Corinne and Mouton-Rioux, Virginie and Niault, Mathilde and Belzic, Isabelle and Moreau, Philippe and Le Coz, Marie-Françoise and Vaillant, Odile Luycx and De Morel, Philippe and Vitrat, Virginie and Tardif, Didier and Gaillat, Jacques and Vanderbergh, Anne and Braig, Suzanne and Clavere, Gaelle and Dehlinger-Paul, Marion and Mohamed, Khaled and Echard, Marie and Camus, Michel and Heller-Roussin, Brigitte and Winter, Cécile and Benveniste, Elyane and Firtion, Ghislaine and Pannier, Emmanuelle and Costa, Myriam and Launay, Odile and Ceron, Dominique Salmon and Belkacem, Touraia and Matheron, Sophie and ... and French Natl Agcy Res AIDS Viral He and French National Agency for Research on AIDS and Viral Hepatitis French Perinatal Cohort/Protease Inhibitor Monotherapy Evaluation Trial
Clinical Infectious Diseases, ISSN 1058-4838, 07/2015, Volume 61, Issue 2, pp. 270 - 280
Background. Antiretroviral (ARV) regimens during pregnancy are highly effective in preventing mother-to-child transmission of human immunodeficiency virus... 
PMTCT | zidovudine | heart function | randomized trial | congenital heart defects | INFECTIOUS DISEASES | INFECTED WOMEN | MOTHER | MICROBIOLOGY | ANTIRETROVIRAL THERAPY | BIRTH-DEFECTS | PREVALENCE | IMMUNOLOGY | CD-1 MICE | PREGNANCY | TRANSMISSION | HIV | CHILDREN BORN | HIV Infections - prevention & control | Heart Septal Defects, Ventricular - epidemiology | Lamivudine - administration & dosage | Pregnancy Complications, Infectious - virology | Follow-Up Studies | Heart Defects, Congenital - etiology | Humans | Infant | Male | Pregnancy Trimester, First | Zidovudine - administration & dosage | Lamivudine - adverse effects | Young Adult | Uterus | Heart Septal Defects, Ventricular - etiology | Heart Septal Defects, Ventricular - diagnosis | Adult | Anti-HIV Agents - therapeutic use | Female | HIV Infections - transmission | France | Echocardiography | Zidovudine - adverse effects | Anti-HIV Agents - adverse effects | Pregnancy | Pregnancy Complications, Infectious - drug therapy | Sex Factors | Heart Defects, Congenital - epidemiology | HIV Infections - drug therapy | Heart Defects, Congenital - diagnosis | Zidovudine - therapeutic use | Infectious Disease Transmission, Vertical - prevention & control | Drug Combinations | Prevention | Usage | Maternal health services | Disease transmission | Clinical trials | Dosage and administration | Management | Drug therapy | HIV infection | Zidovudine | Risk factors | Heart | Confidence intervals | Antiretroviral drugs | Congenital diseases | Prenatal development | Index Medicus
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Clinical Infectious Diseases, ISSN 1058-4838, 9/2013, Volume 57, Issue 6, pp. 903 - 914
Background. Intrapartum intravenous zidovudine (ZDV) prophylaxis is a long-standing component of prevention of mother-to-child transmission (MTCT) of human... 
Pregnancy | HIV/AIDS | Antiretrovirals | Disease transmission | HIV | Infants | Viral load | Carts | Cesarean section | HIV 1 | Assisted reproductive techniques | toxicity | zidovudine | mother-to-child HIV transmission | intrapartum prophylaxis | pregnancy | UNINFECTED INFANTS | INFECTIOUS DISEASES | PROPENSITY SCORE | MODE | MICROBIOLOGY | IMMUNOLOGY | MATERNAL-INFANT TRANSMISSION | DELIVERY | WOMEN | REDUCTION | IMMUNODEFICIENCY-VIRUS TYPE-1 | HIV Infections - prevention & control | Prospective Studies | Pregnancy Complications, Infectious - epidemiology | HIV Infections - epidemiology | Humans | Risk Factors | Male | Antibiotic Prophylaxis | Chi-Square Distribution | Viral Load | Pregnancy Complications, Infectious - drug therapy | Pregnancy Complications, Infectious - prevention & control | Adult | Anti-HIV Agents - therapeutic use | Female | HIV Infections - drug therapy | HIV Infections - transmission | Zidovudine - therapeutic use | Infectious Disease Transmission, Vertical - statistics & numerical data | Infectious Disease Transmission, Vertical - prevention & control | Infant, Newborn | Prevention | Antiviral agents | Dosage and administration | HIV (Viruses) | Drug therapy | Zidovudine | Health aspects | Antiretroviral drugs | Immunology | Maternal & child health | Human immunodeficiency virus--HIV | Virology | Index Medicus
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The Plant Cell, ISSN 1040-4651, 4/2013, Volume 25, Issue 4, pp. 1463 - 1481
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