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Preliminary studies for the establishment of a model of lung colonization caused by Pseudomonas aeruginosa in piglets - Perspectives of application in the CFTR-deficient piglets

Abstract : Conclusions: The cause of death of the CFTR KO piglets is not currently known, and we are still improving the post-operative cares. As the incidence of meconium ileus is of 100% in CFTR -/- animals, the diagnosis could be done faster by CT scan (and confirmed later by the PCR). By reducing the birth-to-surgery time, we hope to improve the survival. The tissues that we have collected provide an original opportunity to investigate initiating mechanisms of disease, with CF and non-CF comparisons, but without confounders.
Mots-clés : infection inflammation
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Claire Chevaleyre, Mickaël Riou, El Mostafa Berri, Juliette Cognie, Eric Venturi, et al.. Preliminary studies for the establishment of a model of lung colonization caused by Pseudomonas aeruginosa in piglets - Perspectives of application in the CFTR-deficient piglets. Journées de Recherche Respiratoire (J2R), Oct 2013, Montpellier, France. 2013. ⟨hal-02803866⟩

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