GABRIEL Network

Global Approach to Biological Research, Infectious diseases and Epidemics in Low-income countries

Newsletter

One of the essential missions of the GABRIEL Network is dedicated to research and training in the field of laboratory-based surveillance of infectious diseases.

Its main objective is to carry out common research projects and epidemiological studies focusing two priorities: Lower Respiratory Track Infections and TB drug resistance. The purpose of this newsletter is to give all members of the GABRIEL network access to the same information and thus to promote exchanges, collaborations and partnerships.

Issue 23, April 2017

Contents

  • A new member has joined the GABRIEL network in the beginning of 2017

  • Evaluation of prognostic biomarkers of tuberculosis: a pilot multi-centric study of the GABRIEL network

  • Polymyxin B resistance in multidrug-resistant Klebsiella pneumoniae involves multiple regulatory elements and intracellular targets

  • Lung ultrasound is comparable to chest radiography for diagnosis of community-acquired pneumonia among hospitalized children

  • Assessment of the prevalence of multi-resistant bacteria in hospitals: a pilot project in a surgical intensive care unit

  • A Training of Malian scientists was held at Christophe Mérieux Laboratory in Beijing

  • Publications from GABRIEL Members since January 2017

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