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Maggy Jouglin

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Maggy Jouglin
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Assistant Engineer
UMR 1300 BIOEPAR

Adress:
 Oniris site de la Chantrerie, CS40706, 44307 Nantes, France
 team TiBoDi, building G2 2nd floor

Email: maggy (point) jouglin (at) oniris-nantes (point) fr
Tel: 02 40 68 78 91

After starting her career at the École Nationale Vétérinaire d'Alfort, first in Pet Nutrition and then in Horse Biomechanics, which enabled her to specialise in the fields of physico-chemistry, biochemistry and immunology, Maggy Jouglin, through voluntary mobility, joined the ENV Nantes in 2002 and now works in the TiBoDi team at UMR BIOEPAR.

Maggy Jouglin has initial training in microbiology, supplemented by CNAM credits in biochemistry, training in cell culture and molecular biology, and a diploma from the Ecole Pratique des Hautes Etudes en Nutrition obtained in 1990.

Within the TiBoDi team, she carries out the detection and identification of various vector-borne pathogens such as Babesia, Theileria, Anaplasma, Bartonella, for certain zoonotic agents circulating in vertebrate hosts, as well as the characterization and intra-specific genetic variability of these agents, particularly in relation to host specificity. Finally, for a better understanding of the modalities of transmission of vectorized agents, it is involved in the identification of ticks such as Ixodes,Dermacentor, Haemaphysalis, and in their dissection, in order to search for the pathogenic agent studied in different organs.

Research Themes
  • Detection, characterization and study of the genetic variability of vectorized pathogens
  • Study of the mode of transmission of pathogens by vector ticks
  • Molecular Biology
  • Cell Biology
  • Animal experimentation level II
Publications
  • Jouglin M., Blanc B., de la Cotte N., Bastian S., Ortiz K., Malandrin L. 2019. First detection and molecular identification of the zoonotic Anaplasma capra in deer in France. PLoS ONE, 14(7):e0219184 [IF19=2.740] DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0219184.
  • Paleau, A., Candolfi, E., Souply, L., De Briel, D., Delarbre, J. M., Lipsker, D., Jouglin, M., Malandrin, L., Hansmann, Y., and Martinot, M. 2019. Human babesiosis in Alsace. Médecine et Maladies Infectieuses, 50(6):486-491 [IF19=1.782] DOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.medmal.2019.08.007
  • Jouglin M., De la Cotte N., Bonsergent C., Bastian S., Malandrin L. 2018. La Babésiose humaine : bilan de 10 ans d’analyses. Médecine et Maladies Infectieuses, 48(4, Supplement):S112-S113 [IF19=1.782] DOI: 10.1016/j.medmal.2018.04.284.
  • Martinot M., Paleau A., Greigert V., Brunet J., Hansmann Y., Jouglin M., Souply L., Jaulhac B., De briel D., Candolfi E. 2018. Babésiose en France et en Europe : une pathologie à redéfinir. Médecine et Maladies Infectieuses, 48(4, Supplement):S112 [IF19=1.782] DOI: 10.1016/j.medmal.2018.04.283.
  • Jouglin M., Chagneau S., Faille F., Verheyden H., Bastian S., Malandrin L. 2017. Detecting and characterizing mixed infections with genetic variants of Anaplasma phagocytophilum in roe deer (Capreolus capreolus) by developing an ankA cluster-specific nested PCR. Parasites & Vectors, 10(1):377. [IF19=2.824] DOI: 10.1186/s13071-017-2316-0.
  • Jouglin M., Perez G., Butet A., Malandrin L., Bastian S. 2017. Low prevalence of zoonotic Babesia in small mammals and Ixodes ricinus in Western France. Veterinary Parasitology, 238:58-60. [IF19=2.157] DOI:        10.1016/j.vetpar.2017.03.020.
  • Jouglin M., Fernandez-de-Mera I., De la Cotte N., Ruiz-Fons F., Gortazar C., Moreau E., Bastian S., de la Fuente J., Malandrin L. 2014. Isolation and characterization of Babesia pecorum sp. nov. from farmed red deer (Cervus elaphus). Veterinary Research 45(1):78 [IF19=3.357]. DOI: 10.1186/s13567-014-0078-7.
  • Bastian S., Jouglin M., Brisseau N., Malandrin L., Klegou G., L’Hostis M., Chauvin A. 2012. Antibody prevalence and molecular identification of Babesia spp. in roe deer in France. Journal of Wildlife Diseases 48(2):416-424 [IF19=1.187]. DOI: 10.7589/0090-3558-48.2.416.
  • Martinot M., Zadeh M. M., Hansmann Y., Grawey I., Christmann D., Aguillon S., Jouglin M., Chauvin A., De Briel D. 2011. Babesiosis in immunocompetent patients, Europe. Emerging Infectious Diseases 17(1):114-116 [IF19=6.259]. DOI: 10.3201/eid1701.100737.
  • Sun Y., Jouglin M., Bastian S., Chauvin A., Malandrin L. 2011. Molecular cloning and genetic polymorphism of Babesia capreoli gene Bcp37/41, an ortholog of Babesia divergens merozoite surface antigen Bd37. Veterinary Parasitology 178(1-2):184-191 [IF19=2.157]. DOI: 10.1016/j.vetpar.2010.12.021.
  • Malandrin L., Jouglin M., Sun Y., Brisseau N., Chauvin A. 2010. Redescription of Babesia capreoli (Enigk and Friedhoff, 1962) from roe deer (Capreolus capreolus): Isolation, cultivation, host specificity, molecular characterisation and differentiation from Babesia divergens. International Journal for Parasitology 40(3):277-284 [IF19=3.530] DOI: 10.1016/j.ijpara.2009.08.008.
  • Becker C. A. M., Bouju-Albert A., Jouglin M., Chauvin A., Malandrin L. 2009. Natural Transmission of Zoonotic Babesia spp. by Ixodes ricinus Ticks. Emerging Infectious Diseases 15:320-322 [IF19=6.259] DOI: 10.3201/eid1502.081247.
  • Bonnet S., Brisseau N., Hermouet A., Jouglin M., Chauvin A. 2009. Experimental in vitro transmission of Babesia sp. (EU1) by Ixodes ricinus. Veterinary Research 40:21 [IF19=3.357] DOI: 10.1051/vetres/2009004.
  • Malandrin L., Jouglin M., Moreau E., Chauvin A. 2009. Individual heterogeneity in erythrocyte susceptibility to Babesia divergens is a critical factor for the outcome of experimental spleen-intact sheep infections. Veterinary Research 40:25 [IF19=3.357] DOI: 10.1051/vetres/2009008.
  • Moreau E., Jouglin M., Chauvin A., Malandrin L. 2009. Babesia divergens experimental infection of spleen-intact sheep results in long-lasting parasitemia despite a strong humoral response: Preliminary results. Veterinary Parasitology 166:205-211 [IF19=2.157] DOI: 10.1016/j.vetpar.2009.08.021.
  • Bonnet S., Jouglin M., L’Hostis M., Chauvin A. 2007. Babesia sp. EU1 from Roe Deer and Transmission within Ixodes ricinus. Emerging Infectious Diseases 13:1208-1210 [IF19=6.259] DOI: 10.3201%2Feid1308.061560.
  • Bonnet S., Jouglin M., Malandrin L., Becker C. A. M., Agoulon A., L'Hostis M., Chauvin A. 2007. Transstadial and transovarial persistence of Babesia divergens DNA in Ixodes ricinus ticks fed on infected blood in a new skin-feeding technique. Parasitology 134:197-207 [IF19=2.783] DOI: 10.1017/S0031182006001545.

 

See also

Maggy Jouglin's publications towards the portal HAL INRAE