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DLALAH Naïma

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Dlalah
Equipe DADI

Functions - Research Theme
Technician in charge of the molecular biology experiments within the research team Diversity Adaptation Determinants Innovation (DADI), my missions are integrated in  three axes of research on the programs involving Prunus:
1) disease resistance;
2) quality of the fruits;
3) improvement of peach and apricot and their rootstocks.

Skills domains
Molecular biology
- Extraction of nucleic acids (DNA) and assays (Qubit 3.0 - Fluorimeter)
- Characterization of gene products of interest by genotyping : Single Nucleotide Polymorphism (SNP), Simple Sequence Repeats (SSR)
- Primer design, sequence homology search (BLAST), multiple sequence alignment, SNP analysis (Kaspar®), molecular microsatellite analysis (Gene Mapper)

Biochemistry
- HPLC (UV detectors and fluorimetry) and spectrophotometry: polyphenols, vitamin C, procyanidins, carotenoids, total folates, antioxidant tests (FRAP, ORAC, DPPH), fibers
- Energy value analyzes
- Macroscopic analysis of finished products

- Microbiological stability
Training and Career
Training:
- DUT Biological Engineering, option Food and Organic Industries (Avignon, 2003)

Career :
- since 2017, INRA PACA - GAFL, Avignon
DADI Unit
Research Technician in Molecular Biology and Bioanalysis

- 2009 to 2017, Laboratory Technician Biochemistry R & D - CTCPA, Avignon
Nutritional quality of plant products unit
Biochemical analysis of antioxidants by HPLC and spectrophotometry

- 2003 to 2009, Laboratory Technician - CTCPA / GALYS
Laboratory of Biochemistry
Biochemical analysis of energy values ​​(COFRAC laboratory), validation of analysis reports, participation in the management of the quality system
Publications / posters

Publications
- Understanding Vitamin C degradation in heat-treated fruit and vegetable: How can we compare the effects of oxygen concentration -  Trends in Food Science & Technology , 2017 - Nizar Al-Fata, Anna-Lena Herbig and Stéphane Georgé, Naïma Dlalah & Catherine Renard
- Influence of partial pressure of oxygen on ascorbic acid degradation at canning temperature - Innovative Food Science and Emerging Technologies, 2017 - Nizar Al Fata, Stéphane George, Naïma Dlalah, Catherine Renard

Posters
- Effect of the method of preparation on the nutritional composition of legumes – Les journées francophones de nutrition, December 2016. George S., Margier M., Nowicki M., Dlalah N., Amiot M. J., Reboul E.
- Comparison of the antibacterial effect of 3 propolis extracts of different botanical origin -  4th International Apitherapy Congress, October 2016 - Letullier C., Manduchet A., Georgé S., Dlalah N., Hugou M., Cardinault N.

Email : naima.dlalah@inrae.fr