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Publications 2020

Bérard, A.; Clavel, T.; C., L. B.; Davoine, A.; Le Gall, S.; Doussan, C.; Bureau, S. Exopolysaccharides in the rhizosphere: A comparative study of extraction methods. Application to their quantification in Mediterranean soils. Soil Biology & Biochemistry 2020, 149.

Brahem, M.; Bornard, I.; Renard, C.; Le Bourvellec, C. Multiscale Localization of Procyanidins in Ripe and Overripe Perry Pears by Light and Transmission Electron Microscopy. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry 2020, 68, (33), 8900-8906.

Buergy A, Rolland-Sabate A, Leca A, Renard C. Pectin modifications in raw fruits alter texture of plant cell dispersions. Food Hydrocolloids. 2020, 107

Chaabani, E.; Vian, M. A.; Bott, R.; Ginies, C.; Defoort, C.; Ksouri, R.; Chemat, F. Extraction of aromas from Pistacia lentiscus L. leaves using alternative solvents: COSMO-RS-assisted solvent screening and GC-MS metabolites profiling. Sep. Sci. Technol. 2020, 55, 716-727.

Chateau, A.; Oh, S. Y.; Tomastidou, A.; Brockhausen, I.; Schneewind, O.; Missiakas, D. Distinct Pathways Carry Out alpha and beta Galactosylation of Secondary Cell Wall Polysaccharide in Bacillus anthracis. Journal of Bacteriology 2020, 202, (15).

Clair, G.; Esbelin, J.; Mallea, S.; Bornard, I.; Carlin, F. The spore coat is essential for Bacillus subtilis spore resistance to pulsed light, and pulsed light treatment eliminates some spore coat proteins. International Journal of Food Microbiology 2020, 323.

Cosson, A.; Souchon, I.; Richard, J.; Descamps, N.; Saint-Eve, A. Using Multiple Sensory Profiling Methods to Gain Insight into Temporal Perceptions of Pea Protein-Based Formulated Foods. Foods 2020, 9, (8).

Decaen, P.; Rolland-Sabate, A.; Colomines, G.; Guilois, S.; Lourdin, D.; Della Valle, G.; Leroy, E. Influence of ionic plasticizers on the processing and viscosity of starch melts. Carbohydr. Polym. 2020, 230.

Fenger, J. A.; Robbins, R. J.; Collins, T. M.; Dangles, O. The fate of acylated anthocyanins in mildly heated neutral solution. Dyes and Pigments 2020, 178.

Fernandes, P. A. R.; Le Bourvellec, C.; Renard, C.; Wessel, D. F.; Cardoso, S. M.; Coimbra, M. A. Interactions of arabinan-rich pectic polysaccharides with polyphenols. Carbohydr. Polym. 2020, 230.

Goupy, P.; Genot, C.; Hammaz, F.; Halimi, C.; Caris-Veyrat, C.; Borel, P. Mechanisms Governing the Transfer of Pure and Plant Matrix Carotenoids Toward Emulsified Triglycerides. Mol. Nutr. Food Res.

Lan W., Jaillais B., Leca A., Renard C.M.G.C., Bureau S. A new application of NIR spectroscopy to describe and predict purees quality from the non-destructive apple measurements. Food Chemistry 2020, 310, 125944.

Lan WJ, Renard C, Jaillais B, Leca A, Bureau S. Fresh, freeze-dried or cell wall samples: Which is the most appropriate to determine chemical, structural and rheological variations during apple processing using ATR-FTIR spectroscopy? Food Chemistry, 2020 330, 127357.

Leca, A.; Rouby, F.; Saudreau, M.; Lacointe, A. Apple leaf wettability variability as a function of genotype and apple scab susceptibility. Scientia Horticulturae 2020, 260.

Mantelet, M.; Srivastava, R.; Restagno, F.; Souchon, I.; Mathieu, V. Real time ultrasound assessment of contact progress between food gels and tongue mimicking surfaces during a compression. Food Hydrocolloids 2020, 109.

Monfoulet LE, Buffiere C, Istas G, Dufour C, Le Bourvellec C, Mercier S, Bayle D, Boby C, Remond D, Borel P, Rodriguez-Mateos A, Milenkovic D, Morand C. Effects of the apple matrix on the postprandial bioavailability of flavan-3-ols and nutrigenomic response of apple polyphenols in minipigs challenged with a high fat meal. Food Funct. 2020,11: 5077-5090.

Rousset, L.; Alpha-Bazin, B.; Chateau, A.; Armengaud, J.; Clavel, T.; Berge, O.; Duport, C. Groundwater promotes emergence of asporogenic mutants of emeticBacillus cereus. Environmental Microbiology.

Tao, Y.; Wu, Y.; Han, Y. B.; Chemat, F.; Li, D. D.; Show, P. L. Insight into mass transfer during ultrasound-enhanced adsorption/desorption of blueberry anthocyanins on macroporous resins by numerical simulation considering ultrasonic influence on resin properties. Chemical Engineering Journal 2020, 380.

Yu JH, Gleize B, Zhang LF, Caris-Veyrat C, Renard C. Impact of onions in tomato-based sauces on isomerization and bioaccessibility of colorless carotenes: phytoene and phytofluene. Food Funct.2020, 11: 5122-5132