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Dr.Jerbi manel

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During my PhD, i worked in genetic researches for rare hereditary diseases like genodermatosis, in that experience I have taken advantages in many topics like: Molecular biology, Bioinformatics, Biostatistics and writing scientific article. Recently I have two accepted article at a famous journals. I am also a member of GENOMEDIKA team, an FP7 era-wide project. I have experience in writing business plan for social project, I m a team leader in a new group (under construction) entitled “alliance for rare diseases in Tunisia”. I’m already member in a Patient support group for Xeroderma pigmentosum disease. In Fact my basic training was en biology engineering, so my job in the laboratory was to ensure the quality control of medical or food product.
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University professor

Sep 2015 - Jun 2016 (9 months)

three subjects taught: Bacteriologie , pathology and immunology

University professor

Jan 2012 - Jun 2012 (5 months)

I have teached Bioinformatic

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Further Evidence of Mutational Heterogeneity of the XPC Gene in Tunisian Families

Xeroderma Pigmentosum (XP) is a rare recessive autosomal cancer prone disease, characterized by UV hypersensitivity and early appearance of cutaneous and ocular investigated four unrelated patients suspected to beXP-C. To confirm linkage to XPC gene, genotyping and direct sequencing of XPC gene were performed. Pathogenic effect of novel mutations was confirmed by reverse Transciptase PCR.

The Experience of a Tunisian Referral Centre in Prenatal Diagnosis of Xeroderma pigmentosum

Xeroderma pigmentosum (XP, OMIM 278700–278780) is one of the most severe genodermatoses and is relatively frequent in Tunisia. In the absence of any therapy and to better manage the disease, we aimed to develop a molecular tool for DNA-based prenatal diagnosis.

Clinical, genealogical and molecular investigation of the xeroderma pigmentosum type C comlemetation

Here we report on the clinical, genealogical and molecular investigation of 44 families including a total of 64 patients with XP-C who were followed at three university hospitals (Charles Nicolle, Habib Thameur and La Rabta hospitals) during the period from 2006 to 2013

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