Experts and Doctors on industrial microbiology in France

Summary

Locale: France
Topic: industrial microbiology

Top Publications

  1. Coutte F, Lecouturier D, Yahia S, Leclère V, Béchet M, Jacques P, et al. Production of surfactin and fengycin by Bacillus subtilis in a bubbleless membrane bioreactor. Appl Microbiol Biotechnol. 2010;87:499-507 pubmed publisher
    ..The degree of adsorption depended on both the material and the structure of the membrane and was higher with the submerged polypropylene membrane. ..
  2. Lièvremont D, N negue M, Behra P, Lett M. Biological oxidation of arsenite: batch reactor experiments in presence of kutnahorite and chabazite. Chemosphere. 2003;51:419-28 pubmed
    ..The arsenite oxidative properties of ULPAs1 were conserved when cultivated in the presence of quartz or chabazite. ..
  3. Malandain H. Transglutaminases: a meeting point for wheat allergy, celiac disease, and food safety. Eur Ann Allergy Clin Immunol. 2005;37:397-403 pubmed
    ..This article aims at discussing the possible consequences of using TG in food industry in the light of today knowledge about immune reactions to wheat. ..
  4. Marullo P, Mansour C, Dufour M, Albertin W, Sicard D, Bely M, et al. Genetic improvement of thermo-tolerance in wine Saccharomyces cerevisiae strains by a backcross approach. FEMS Yeast Res. 2009;9:1148-60 pubmed publisher
    ..Despite their common genetic background, these two strains showed slight physiological differences in response to environmental changes that enable identification of the key physiological parameters influencing stuck fermentation. ..
  5. Ravalason H, Herpoël Gimbert I, Record E, Bertaud F, Grisel S, de Weert S, et al. Fusion of a family 1 carbohydrate binding module of Aspergillus niger to the Pycnoporus cinnabarinus laccase for efficient softwood kraft pulp biobleaching. J Biotechnol. 2009;142:220-6 pubmed publisher
    ..cinnabarinus laccase per gram of pulp. We demonstrated that conferring a carbohydrate binding capability to the laccase could significantly enhance its biobleaching properties. ..
  6. Carbonell P, Planson A, Fichera D, Faulon J. A retrosynthetic biology approach to metabolic pathway design for therapeutic production. BMC Syst Biol. 2011;5:122 pubmed publisher
    ..Our engineering methodology enables the flexible design of industrial microorganisms for the efficient on-demand production of chemical compounds with therapeutic applications. ..
  7. Monsan P, Remaud Simeon M, André I. Transglucosidases as efficient tools for oligosaccharide and glucoconjugate synthesis. Curr Opin Microbiol. 2010;13:293-300 pubmed publisher
    ..These promising results pave the way to the future development of tailored catalysts for the synthesis of glucoconjugates of pharmaceutical and nutritional interest. ..
  8. Cuozzo S, Calvez S, Prevost H, Drider D. Improvement of enterocin P purification process. Folia Microbiol (Praha). 2006;51:401-5 pubmed
    ..The use of E. coli as heterologous host and pET-32b as expressing vector offers promising tools for heterologous production of class IIa bacteriocin. ..
  9. Fierfort N, Samain E. Genetic engineering of Escherichia coli for the economical production of sialylated oligosaccharides. J Biotechnol. 2008;134:261-5 pubmed publisher
    ..This high concentration and low cost of fermentation medium should make possible to use sialylated oligosaccharides in new fields such as the food industry...

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  1. Rossignol T, Kobi D, Jacquet Gutfreund L, Blondin B. The proteome of a wine yeast strain during fermentation, correlation with the transcriptome. J Appl Microbiol. 2009;107:47-55 pubmed publisher
    ..These data show that proteome is a relevant level of analysis to gain insight into wine yeast adaptation to alcoholic fermentation. ..
  2. Wery N, Bru Adan V, Minervini C, Delgenes J, Garrelly L, Godon J. Dynamics of Legionella spp. and bacterial populations during the proliferation of L. pneumophila in a cooling tower facility. Appl Environ Microbiol. 2008;74:3030-7 pubmed publisher
    ..During the proliferation of L. pneumophila, Legionella sp. diversity decreased significantly, L. fallonii and L. pneumophila being the main species recovered. ..
  3. Letisse F, Chevallereau P, Simon J, Lindley N. The influence of metabolic network structures and energy requirements on xanthan gum yields. J Biotechnol. 2002;99:307-17 pubmed
  4. Simon Colin C, Raguenes G, Cozien J, Guezennec J. Halomonas profundus sp. nov., a new PHA-producing bacterium isolated from a deep-sea hydrothermal vent shrimp. J Appl Microbiol. 2008;104:1425-32 pubmed publisher
    ..This bacterium was isolated from a shrimp collected nearby a hydrothermal vent located on the Mid-Atlantic Ridge...
  5. Sigoillot C, Camarero S, Vidal T, Record E, Asther M, Pérez Boada M, et al. Comparison of different fungal enzymes for bleaching high-quality paper pulps. J Biotechnol. 2005;115:333-43 pubmed
    ..The good results obtained with the same laccase expressed in A. niger at bioreactor scale, revealed the feasibility of using recombinant laccase for bleaching high-quality non-wood pulps in the presence of a mediator. ..
  6. Biet F, Cenatiempo Y, Fremaux C. Identification of a replicon from pTXL1, a small cryptic plasmid from Leuconostoc mesenteroides subsp. mesenteroides Y110, and development of a food-grade vector. Appl Environ Microbiol. 2002;68:6451-6 pubmed
    ..With this new vector, a recombinant industrial Leuconostoc cremoris strain able to produce mesentericin Y105 was constructed...
  7. Christophe G, Guiavarch E, Creuly C, Dussap C. Growth monitoring of Fibrobacter succinogenes by pressure measurement. Bioprocess Biosyst Eng. 2009;32:123-8 pubmed publisher
    ..Thus, the pressure could be used both as a relevant variable for online evaluation of biomass growth and of degradation of complex vegetable wastes...
  8. Lopes Ferreira N. [Industrial exploitation of renewable resources: from ethanol production to bioproducts development]. J Soc Biol. 2008;202:191-9 pubmed publisher
    ..This industrial development of a renewable energy will contribute to the diversification of energy sources used to transport and to the development of green chemistry which will partially substitute petrochemicals. ..
  9. Deetae P, Bonnarme P, Spinnler H, Helinck S. Production of volatile aroma compounds by bacterial strains isolated from different surface-ripened French cheeses. Appl Microbiol Biotechnol. 2007;76:1161-71 pubmed
    ..This investigation shows that some common but rarely mentioned bacteria present on the surface of ripened cheeses could play a major role in cheese flavour formation and could be used to produce cheese flavours...
  10. Lebert I, Leroy S, Talon R. Effect of industrial and natural biocides on spoilage, pathogenic and technological strains grown in biofilm. Food Microbiol. 2007;24:281-7 pubmed
    ..Essential oils could be a good alternative for eradicating spoilage bacteria in the food environment where they are often found at high levels...
  11. Cambon B, Monteil V, Remize F, Camarasa C, Dequin S. Effects of GPD1 overexpression in Saccharomyces cerevisiae commercial wine yeast strains lacking ALD6 genes. Appl Environ Microbiol. 2006;72:4688-94 pubmed
    ..Due to the low taste and odor thresholds of acetoin and its negative sensorial impact on wine, novel engineering strategies will be required for a proper adjustment of the metabolites at the acetaldehyde branch point. ..
  12. Merten O, Charrier S, Laroudie N, Fauchille S, Dugué C, Jenny C, et al. Large-scale manufacture and characterization of a lentiviral vector produced for clinical ex vivo gene therapy application. Hum Gene Ther. 2011;22:343-56 pubmed publisher
    ..Results obtained with the WAS vector provide the initial manufacturing and quality control benchmarking that should be helpful to further development and clinical applications. ..