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Dernière mise à jour : Mai 2018

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Emmanuelle Moreau

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Emmanuelle Moreau
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Associate Professor

 Oniris site de la Chantrerie, CS40706, 44307 Nantes, France
 team APPIFish, building G2 1st floor

Email: emmanuelle (point) moreau (at) oniris-nantes (point) fr
Tel: 02 40 68 77 05

Research Themes
  • Babesia divergens
  • Immune response
  • Responsiveness
  • Ruminants
  • Hayatgheib N., Fournel C., Calvez S., Pouliquen H., Moreau E. 2020. In vitro antimicrobial effect of various commercial essential oils and their chemical constituents on Aeromonas salmonicida subsp. Salmonicida. Journal of Applied Microbiology, 129(1):137-145 [IF19=3.066] DOI: 10.1111/jam.14622.
  • Hayatgheib N., Moreau E., Calvez S., Lepelletier D., Pouliquen H. 2020. A review of functional feeds and the control of Aeromonas infections in freshwater fish. Aquaculture International, 28:1083-1123 [IF19=1.363] DOI: 10.1007/s10499-020-00514-3.
  • Moreau E., Thomas T., Brevet M., Thorin C., Fournel C., Calvez S. 2019. Mutations involved in the emergence of Yersinia ruckeri biotype 2 in France. Transboundary and Emerging Diseases, 66(3):1387-1394 [IF19=4.188] DOI: 10.1111/tbed.13175.
  • Moreau E., Meurens F. 2017. Interleukins and large domestic animals, a bibliometric analysis. Heliyon, 3(6):e00321. DOI: 10.1016/j.heliyon.2017.e00321.
  • Lempereur L., Shiels B., Heyman A., Moreau E., Saegerman C., Losson B., Malandrin L. 2015. A retrospective serological survey on human babesiosis in Belgium. Clinical Microbiology and Infection 21(1):96.e91-96.e97. [IF19=7.117] DOI: 10.1016/j.cmi.2014.07.004.
  • Niu Q., Bonsergent C., Rogniaux H., Guan G., Malandrin L., Moreau E. 2016. RAP-1a is the main rhoptry-associated-protein-1 (RAP-1) recognized during infection with Babesia sp. BQ1 (Lintan) (B. motasi-like phylogenetic group), a pathogen of sheep in China. Veterinary Parasitology, 232:48-57. [IF19=2.157] DOI: 10.1016/j.vetpar.2016.11.013.
  • Niu Q. L., Liu Z. J., Yang J. F., Yu P. F.,  Pan Y. P., Zhai B. T., Luo J. X.,  Moreau E.,  Guan G. Q., Yin H. 2016. Expression analysis and biological characterization of Babesia sp BQ1 (Lintan) (Babesia motasi-like) rhoptry-associated protein 1 and its potential use in serodiagnosis via ELISA. Parasites & Vectors, 9(1):313. [IF19=2.157] DOI: 10.1186/s13071-016-1573-7.
  • Guan G., Liu J., Liu A., Li Y., Niu Q., Gao J., Luo J. X., Chauvin A., Yin H., Moreau E. 2015. A member of the HSP90 family from ovine Babesia in China: molecular characterization, phylogenetic analysis and antigenicity. Parasitology, 142(11):1387-1397. [IF19=2.783] DOI: 10.1017/S0031182015000797.
  • Lempereur L., Shiels B., Heyman A., Moreau E., Saegerman C., Losson B., Malandrin L. 2015. A retrospective serological survey on human babesiosis in Belgium. Clinical Microbiology and Infection, 21(1):96.e91-96.e97. [IF19=7.117] DOI: 10.1016/j.cmi.2014.07.004.
  • Moreau E., Bonsergent C., Al Dybiat I., Gonzalez L. M., Lobo C. A., Montero E., Malandrin L. 2015. Babesia divergens apical membrane antigen-1 (BdAMA-1): A poorly polymorphic protein that induces a weak and late immune response. Experimental Parasitology 155:40-45. [IF19=1.690] DOI: 10.1016/j.exppara.2015.04.024.
  • 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.
  • Guan G., Moreau E., Liu J., Ma M., Rogniaux H., Liu A., Niu Q., Li Y., Ren Q., Luo J., Chauvin A., Yin H. 2012. BQP35 is a novel member of the intrinsically unstructured protein (IUP) family which is a potential antigen for the sero-diagnosis of Babesia sp. BQ1 (Lintan) infection. Veterinary Parasitology 187(3–4):421-430 [IF19=2.157]. DOI: 10.1016/j.vetpar.2012.01.021.
  • Sun Y., Moreau E., Chauvin A., Malandrin L. 2011. The invasion process of bovine erythrocyte by Babesia divergens: knowledge from an in vitro assay. Veterinary Research 42:62 [IF19=3.357]. DOI: 10.1186/1297-9716-42-62.
  • Zhang W., Rogniaux H., Huang W., Chauvin A., Moreau E. 2011. Analysis of thioredoxin peroxidase as a promising antigen for diagnosis of Fasciola gigantica infection: A preliminary study. Parasitology International 60(2):206-208 [IF19=1.866]. DOI: 10.1016/j.parint.2010.12.002.
  • Guan G., Moreau E., Brisseau N., Luo J., Yin H., Chauvin A. 2010. Determination of erythrocyte susceptibility of Chinese sheep (Tan mutton breed) and French sheep (Vendéen breed) to Babesia sp. BQ1 (Lintan) by in vitro culture. Veterinary Parasitology 170(1-2):37-43 [IF19=2.157] DOI: 10.1016/j.vetpar.2010.02.006.
  • Guan G., Moreau E., Liu J., Hao X., Ma M., Luo J., Chauvin A., Yin H. 2010. Babesia sp. BQ1 (Lintan): Molecular evidence of experimental transmission to sheep by Haemaphysalis qinghaiensis and Haemaphysalis longicornis. Parasitology International 59(2):265-267 [IF19=1.866] DOI: 10.1016/j.parint.2009.12.002.
  • Guan G., Chauvin A., Rogniaux H., Luo J.X., Yin H., Moreau E. 2010. Merozoite proteins from Babesia sp. BQ1 (Lintan) as potential antigens for serodiagnosis by ELISA. Parasitology 137(6):927-938 [IF19=2.783] DOI: 10.1017/S0031182009991922.
  • Guan G., Chauvin A., Yin H., Luo J., Moreau E. 2010. Course of infection by Babesia sp. BQ1 (Lintan) and B. divergens in sheep depends on the production of IFNy and IL10. Parasite Immunology 32(2):143-152 [IF19=2.054] DOI: 10.1111/j.1365-3024.2009.01169.x.
  • Moreau E., Chauvin A. 2010. Immunity against helminths: interactions with the host and the intercurrent infections. Journal of Biomedicine and Biotechnology 2010:ID428593 [IF14=3.169] DOI: 10.1155/2010/428593.
  • Chauvin A., Moreau E., Bonnet S., Plantard O., Malandrin L. 2009. Babesia and its hosts: adaptation to long-lasting interactions as a way to achieve efficient transmission. Veterinary Research 40:37 [IF19:3.357] DOI: 10.1051/vetres/2009020.
  • Guan G., Ma M., Moreau E., Liu J., Lu B., Bai Q., Luo J., Jorgensen W., Chauvin A., Yin H. 2009. A new ovine Babesia species transmitted by Hyalomma anatolicum anatolicum. Experimental Parasitology 122:261-267 [IF19=1.690] DOI: 10.1016/j.exppara.2009.05.001.
  • 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.
  • Guan G., Chauvin A., Luo J., Inoue N., Moreau E., Liu Z., Gao J., Thekisoe O. M. M., Ma M., Liu A., Dang Z., Liu J., Ren Q., Jin Y., Sugimoto C., Yin H. 2008. The development and evaluation of a loop-mediated isothermal amplification (LAMP) method for detection of Babesia spp. infective to sheep and goats in China. Experimental Parasitology 120:39-44 [IF19=1.690] DOI: 10.1016/j.exppara.2008.04.012.
  • Zhang W. Y., Moreau E., Yang B. Z., Li Z. Q., Hope J. C., Howard C. J., Huang W. Y., Chauvin A. 2006. Humoral and cellular immune responses to Fasciola gigantica experimental infection in buffaloes. Research in Veterinary Science 80:299-307 [IF19=1.892] DOI: 10.1016/j.rvsc.2005.07.003.
  • Zhang W. Y., Moreau E., Hope J. C., Howard C. J., Huang W. Y., Chauvin A. 2005. Fasciola hepatica and Fasciola gigantica: Comparison of cellular response to experimental infection in sheep. Experimental Parasitology 111:154-159 [IF19=1.690] DOI: 10.1016/j.exppara.2005.06.005.
  • Zhang W., Moreau E., Huang W., Chauvin A. 2004. Comparison of humoral response in sheep to Fasciola hepatica and Fasciola gigantica experimental infection. Parasite 11:153-159 [IF19=2.050] DOI: 10.1051/parasite/2004112153.


See also

Emmanuelle Moreau's publications in ProdINRA