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S Flahaut, Y Tierny, D Watier, J P Hornez, J Jeanfils
The influence of temperature on cellular fatty acid composition and on heat stress tolerance was studied in the two species of Pectinatus, an anaerobic gram-negative bacterium. Cellular fatty acid (FA) patterns were determined for Pectinatus species cultivated in MRS medium at various defined conditions of temperature and pH. Our study shows that fluctuations of growth temperature and pH induced important changes in the ratio of unsaturated FAs (UFAs) to saturated FAs (SFAs). The major differences in the FA composition as a function of growth temperature concerned C15:0 and C17:0 for the SFAs and C15:1 and C17:1 for the UFAs...
April 10, 2000: International Journal of Food Microbiology
S Jeanfils, P Joly, P Young, C Le Corvaisier-Pieto, E Thomine, P Lauret
BACKGROUND: The standard treatment for Sweet's syndrome (acute febrile neutrophilic dermatosis) is oral corticosteroids. Despite a good initial response, the disease is characterized by frequent relapses. OBJECTIVE: Our purpose was to test the therapeutic effect of the nonsteroidal antiinflammatory drug indomethacin on Sweet's syndrome. METHODS: All patients with Sweet's syndrome observed during a 4-year period were given indomethacin, 150 mg/day for the first week and 100 mg/day for two additional weeks...
March 1997: Journal of the American Academy of Dermatology
D Walckiers, F Van Loock, G Jeanfils, J Vandepitte
Epidemiological data were collected for 219 cases of neonatal septicaemia and/or meningitis. In two thirds of the cases the diagnosis was made in newborns aged 4 days or less. Risk factors related to the delivery, to the health status of the infant at birth and to pregnancy were mentioned respectively in 74, 63 and 36% of the cases. Half of the newborns given antibiotics in prophylaxis received an association of aminopenicillin and aminoside. In more than four fifths of the cases the bacterium was only isolated from blood...
1995: Acta Clinica Belgica
S Jeanfils, D Tennstedt, J M Lachapelle
A clinical case resembling cutis verticis gyrata due to a cerebriform intradermal nevus (CIN) is reported. Such a lesion is diagnosed on clinical and histopathological grounds. Some aspects are particularly discussed, such as complications of CIN, including the potential development of malignant melanoma, prognosis and different possibilities in the therapeutic approach. It is stressed that early diagnosis, broad surgical excision and plastic reconstruction are major issues. Different techniques of surgical extirpation and scalpflap reconstruction are presented...
1993: Dermatology: International Journal for Clinical and Investigative Dermatology
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