Clémence Mouville

Clémence Mouville is a student in the second year of a Master’ degree in Cellular and Molecular Biology in Université de Paris. She

Clémence Mouville is a PhD student at the Necker-Enfants Malades Institute, working in the Neisseria meningitidis team since December 2020. She obtained a master’s degree in Cellular and Molecular Biology at Université de Paris. Clémence studies the rôle of bacteriophage MDAՓ in meningococcal pathogenesis under the supervision of Emmanuelle Bille and Xavier Nassif. The bacteriophage MDAՓ is associated with the hypervirulent strains of Neisseria meningitidis. Clémence project is to understand how the MDAՓ participates in meningococcal pathogenesis notably by studying MDAՓ / meningococcus interactions and potential human / MDAՓ interactions.

Clémence Mouville

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Barnier_PNAS2021

The minor pilin PilV is necessary for meningococcal type IV pilus adhesion

12/11/2021 .The minor pilin PilV provides a conserved adhesion site throughout the antigenically variable meningococcal type IV pilus Jean-Philippe Barnier ...
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Congratulation to Audrey LAURENT, Clémence MOUVILLE and Xiali FU

02/08/2021 .Audrey LAURENT and Clémence MOUVILLE have been awarded a PhD Track Grant from BioSPC. Xiali FU has been awarded ...
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PLOS Pathogen Barnier et al 2021

Type IV pilus retraction enables sustained bacteremia

Le 19/02/2021 .Type IV pilus retraction enables sustained bacteremia and plays a key role in the outcome of meningococcal sepsis ...
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