Sandrine Nsango

Sandrine Nsango 

PhD Student







6. AP-1/Fos-TGase2 axis mediates wounding-induced Plasmodium falciparum killing in Anopheles gambiaeNsango SE, Pompon J, Xie T, Rademacher A, Fraiture M, Thoma M, Awono-Ambene PH, Moyou RS, Morlais I, Levashina EA., 2013 – J Biol Chem. [Epub ahead of print] pubmed

5. Midgut microbiota of the malaria mosquito vector Anopheles gambiae and interactions with Plasmodium falciparum infection. Boissière A, Tchioffo MT, Bachar D, Abate L, Marie A, Nsango SE, Shahbazkia HR, Awono-Ambene PH, Levashina EA, Christen R, Morlais I., 2012 – PLoS Pathog. 8(5):e1002742. pubmed

4. Genetic clonality of Plasmodium falciparum affects the outcome of infection in Anopheles gambiae. Nsango SE, Abate L, Thoma M, Pompon J, Fraiture M, Rademacher A, Berry A, Awono-Ambene PH, Levashina EA, Morlais I., 2012 – Int J Parasitol. 2012 May 15;42(6):589-95 pubmed

3. Infection intensity-dependent responses of Anopheles gambiae to the African malaria parasite Plasmodium falciparum. Mendes AM, Awono-Ambene PH, Nsango SE, Cohuet A, Fontenille D, Kafatos FC, Christophides GK, Morlais I, Vlachou D., 2011 – Infect Immun. 79(11):4708-15 pubmed

2. Polymorphisms in Anopheles gambiae immune genes associated with natural resistance to Plasmodium falciparum. Harris C, Lambrechts L, Rousset F, Abate L, Nsango SE, Fontenille D, Morlais I, Cohuet A., 2010 – PLoS Pathog. 6(9) pii: e1001112. pubmed

1. Fine pathogen discrimination within the APL1 gene family protects Anopheles gambiae against human and rodent malaria species. Mitri C., Jacques J.C., Thiery I., Riehle M.M., Xu J., Bischoff E., Morlais I., Nsango S.E., Vernick K.D., Bourgouin C., 2009 – PLoS Pathog. 5(9) : e1000576 pubmed