Atyame Célestine

Maître de Conférences à l’Université de la Réunion

Equipe Dynamique des Systèmes Infectieux Insulaires (DySIIs)

 

Contact:

celestine.atyame-nten[at]univ-reunion.remove-this.fr
celestine.atyame-nten@ird.fr
Tél. +262 2 62 93 88 22

GSM. +262 6 92 52 64 31

Domaine de recherche
(1) Ecologie microbienne visant à décrypter les facteurs qui influencent la dynamique des agents infectieux dans les populations naturelles de moustiques.
(2) Dynamique évolutive des interactions entre les insectes et les micro-organismes dans le contexte des symbioses et des maladies infectieuses.
(3) Développement des outils de lutte anti-vectorielle via les bactéries endocellulaires Wolbachia

 

Education

  • 2011 : Doctorat, Université Montpellier 2, France; Evolution, Ecologie, Génétique.

  • 2007 : Master 2, Université Montpellier 2, France; Biodiversité et Interactions Microbiennes et Parasitaires.

  • 2003 : DEA, Université Yaoundé 1, Cameroun; Parasitologie.

 

Expérience Professionnelle

  • Depuis septembre 2016: Maître de Conférences à l’Université de la Réunion, France.

  • 2014-2016: Postdoc Institut Pasteur Paris, France.

  • 2102-2014: Postdoc Université de La Réunion. 

Financements

  • 2014: Bourse Post-doctorale AXA.

  • 2014 : Bourse Post-doctorale Pasteur-Cantarini.

  • 2007: Bourse de thèse financée par le Ministère Français de la Recherche et de l’Education.

Publications

2019

Atyame C, Alout H, Mousson L, Vazeille M, Diallo M, Weill M, Failloux AB. Insecticide resistance genes affect Culex quinquefasciatus vector competence for West Nile virus. Proc Biol Sci. 16;286(1894):20182273.

Pascalis H, Turpin J, Roche M, Krejbich P, Gadea G, Atyame C, Desprès P, Mavingui P. The epidemic of Dengue virus type-2 Cosmopolitan genotype on Reunion Island relates to its active circulation in the Southwestern Indian Ocean neighboring islands. Heliyon. 10;5(4):e01455.

2018

Lourenço-de-Oliveira R, Marques JT, Sreenu VB, Atyame C, Aguiar ERGR, Varjak M et al. Culex quinquefasciatus mosquitoes do not support replication of Zika virus. J Gen Virol. 99(2):258-264.  

Lebon C, Benlali A, Atyame C, Mavingui P, Tortosa P. Construction of a Genetic Sexing Strain for Aedes albopictus: a promising tool for the development of sterilizing insect control strategies targeting the tiger mosquito. Parasites & Vectors. 11:658.

Goindin D, Cannet A, Delannay C, Ramdini C, Gustave J, Atyame C, Vega-Rúa A. Screening of natural Wolbachia infection in Aedes aegypti, Aedes taeniorhynchus and Culex quinquefasciatus from Guadeloupe (French West Indies). Acta Trop. 185:314-317.

Bonneau M, Atyame C, Beji M, Justy F, Cohen-Gonsaud M, Sicard M, Weill M. Culex pipiens crossing type diversity is governed by an amplified and polymorphic operon of Wolbachia. Nat Commun. 9(1):319.

Bigot D, Atyame C, Weill M, Justy F, Herniou EA, Gayral P. Discovery of Culex pipiens associated tunisia virus: a new ssRNA(+) virus representing a new insect associated virus family. Virus Evol. 10;4(1):vex040.

Milesi P, Assogba BS, Atyame C, Pocquet N, Berthomieu A, Unal S, Makoundou P et al. The evolutionary fate of heterogeneous gene duplications: A precarious overdominant equilibrium between environment, sublethality and complementation. Mol Ecol. 27(2):493-507.

2016

  • Amraoui F., Atyame C., Vega-Rúa A., Lourenço-de-Oliveira R., Vazeille M. et al.  Culex mosquitoes are experimentally unable to transmit Zika virus.Eurosurveillance, 21(35).

  • Atyame C., Labbé P., Lebon C., Weill M., Moretti R. et al. Comparison of irradiation and Wolbachia based approaches for sterile-male strategies targeting Aedes albopictus. Plos One, 11(1): e0146834.

  • Dumas E, Atyame C, Malcolm CA, Le Goff G, Unal S, Makoundou P, Pasteur N et al. Molecular data reveal a cryptic species within the Culex pipiens mosquito complex. Insect Mol Biol. 25(6):800-809.

2015

  • Atyame C., Cattel J., Lebon C., Flores O., Dehecq J. et al. Wolbachia-based population control strategy targeting Culex quinquefasciatus mosquitoes proves efficient under semi-field conditions. Plos One, 10(3): e0119288.

  • Atyame C., Labbé P., Rousset F., Beji M., Makoundou P. et al. Stable coexistence of incompatible Wolbachia along a narrow contact zone in mosquito field populations. Mol Ecol. 24(2): 508-521.

2014

  • Atyame C., Labbé P., Dumas E., Milesi P., Charlat S. et al. Wolbachia divergence and the evolution of cytoplasmic incompatibility in Culex pipiens. Plos One, 9(1): e87336.

2013

  •  Pocquet N., Milesi P., Makoundou P., Unal S., Zumbo B., Atyame C. et al. Multiple insecticide resistances in the disease vector Culex p. quinquefasciatus from Western Indian Ocean. Plos One, 8 (10): e77855.

  •  Dumas E., Atyame C., Milesi P., Fonseca D. et al. Population structure of Wolbachia and cytoplasmic introgression in a complex of mosquito species. BMC Evolutionary Biology, 13(1): 181.

2012

  • Duron O., Bernard J., Atyame C., Dumas E. & Weill M. Rapid evolution of Wolbachia incompatibility types. Proc Biol Sci. 279(1746): 4473-4480.

2011

  • Atyame C., Delsuc F., Pasteur N., Weill M. & Duron O. Diversification of Wolbachia endosymbiont in the Culex pipiens mosquito. Mol Biol Evol. 28(10): 2761-2772.

  •  Atyame C., Duron O., Tortosa P., Pasteur N., Fort P. et al. Multiple Wolbachia determinants control the evolution of cytoplasmic incompatibilities in Culex pipiens mosquito populations. Mol Ecol. 20(2): 286-298.  

  •  Atyame C., Pasteur N., Dumas E., Tortosa P., Tantely M. et al. Cytoplasmic incompatibility as a means to control Culex pipiens quinquefasciatus mosquito in the islands of the southwestern Indian Ocean. PLoS Negl Trop Dis. 5(12): e1440.

2010

  • Atyame C., Sommerer N., Rofidal V., Hirtz C., Rossignol M. et al. Excreted/secreted proteins from Trypanosome procyclic strains. J Biomed Biotechnol. 212817.

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