Maud Charles

Maud Charles

PhD

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Additional affiliations
March 2021 - August 2022
French National Institute for Agriculture, Food, and Environment (INRAE)
Position
  • Research Officer
March 2020 - February 2021
LABÉO laboratory - Analysis and research center in Normandy
Position
  • PostDoc Position
December 2016 - December 2019
The University of Caen Normandy
Position
  • PhD Student
Description
  • Thesis work done in the LABÉO laboratory Departement of Aquaculture Research Unit - Shellfish Pathology

Publications

Publications (13)
Technical Report
Le saumon atlantique (Salmo salar) a connu un déclin important depuis le siècle dernier et présente aujourd’hui une situation préoccupante en France et dans le reste de son aire de répartition. Ce présent rapport a pour objectif de présenter le contexte réglementaire, d'établir un état par bassin des populations de saumon atlantique en France et d'...
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The current study describes the development and application of a TaqMan® real‐time PCR assay for the detection of the bacterium Francisella halioticida. Previously, detection of F. halioticida is relied on bacterial culture and conventional PCR; however, the real‐time PCR provides many advantages because it is faster, less labour‐intensive and redu...
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This note describes the first detection of the bacteria Francisella halioticida in mussels Mytilus spp. from locations in Normandy and northern Brittany (France) experiencing high mussel mortalities, while it was not detected in Bay of St Brieuc (N Brittany), which was not affected by abnormal mussel mortality. The distribution of the bacteria in m...
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In 2014, a high and unusual mass mortality of mussels occurred in several important production areas along the French coasts of the Atlantic and English Channel. In the first quarter of 2016, mass mortalities hit farms on the west coast of the country once again. These heterogeneous mortality events elicited a multi-parametric study conducted durin...
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Depuis 2014, les moules de certains bassins de production situés sur la façade atlantique et le long des côtes de la Manche subissent des épisodes de surmortalités. En conséquence, nombre de mytiliculteurs ont ainsi vu leur production se réduire drastiquement à la suite de ces mortalités singulières et inexpliquées. Ces événements ont perturbé tout...
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Marine mussel production is of substantial economic interest in numerous coastal areas worldwide, making crucial the study of pathologies that affect them. Disseminated neoplasia (DN) has recently been suggested to be linked to blue mussel, Mytilus edulis, mortality outbreaks observed in France since 2014, although the evidence remains indirect. In...
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This study aimed at assessing the pathogenicity of two Vibrio splendidus‐related species and evaluating the influence of the origin and annual life cycle of mussels on their sensitivity during a bacterial challenge. Thus, in vivo infection assays were made with Vibrio crassostreae 7T4_12 and Vibrio splendidus 3G1_6, over, respectively, thirteen and...
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Artificial structures in ports are commonly colonized by non-indigenous epifauna that tolerate high pollution levels. Bioconstructions built by alien species may offer sheltered microhabitats for motile (vagile) animals but biofouling often becomes detrimental to human activities. In this context, the present study provides an inventory of 1) the e...
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Neoplasia is a pathological process that consists in an uncontrolled and irreversible proliferation of atypical cells. The presence of two predominant types of malignant neoplasia has been confirmed in various marine bivalve species: a germinoma and a "disseminated neoplasia", also called "haemic neoplasia", characterised by the proliferation of ab...
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Certaines espèces sont considérées comme de bons bio-indicateurs dans la mesure où leur biologie / physiologie reflète les conditions environnementales dans lesquelles elles vivent. Parmi elles figurent des espèces dites " sentinelles " qui sont utilisées en surveillance environnementale. En milieu aquatique, les Mollusques Bivalves sont ainsi comm...

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Project
By an analytical epidemiological approach, the first objective was to assess the health status of mussels, follow mortality and try to identify potential causes responsible for the abnormal high mortality of farmed mussels in northern Brittany. The second objective was to evaluate the virulence of two Vibrio splendidus-related strains, and the influence of the the origin of mussels and the season, on mussel mortality following experimental infection. The third objective was to monitor disseminated neoplasia in Normandy mussels, seasonal variation and the predictive potential of disease prevalence on future mortality.