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Publications 2010

Adje, F., Lozano, Y. F., Lozano, P., Adima, A., Chemat, F., and Gaydou, E. M. (2010) Optimization of anthocyanin, flavonol and phenolic acid extractions from Delonix regia tree flowers using ultrasound-assisted water extraction. Industrial Crops and Products 32, 439-444.

Auclair, S., Chironi, G., Milenkovic, D., Hollman, P. C. H., Renard, C. M. G. C., Megnien, J. L., Gariepy, J., Paul, J. L., Simon, A., and Scalbert, A. (2010) The regular consumption of a polyphenol-rich apple does not influence endothelial function: a randomised double-blind trial in hypercholesterolemic adults. European Journal of Clinical Nutrition 64, 1158-1165.

Brillard, J., Jehanno, I., Dargaignaratz, C., Barbosa, I., Ginies, C., Carlin, F., Fedhila, S., Nguyen-The, C., Broussolle, V., and Sanchis, V. (2010) Identification of Bacillus cereus Genes Specifically Expressed during Growth at Low Temperatures. Applied and Environmental Microbiology 76, 2562-2573.

Broussolle, V., Pandiani, F., Haddad, N., Michaud, C., Carlin, F., Nguyen-The, C., and Brillard, J. (2010) Insertional mutagenesis reveals genes involved in Bacillus cereus ATCC 14579 growth at low temperature. Fems Microbiology Letters 306, 177-183.

Cadot, C., Tran, S.-L., Vignaud, M.-L., De Buyser, M.-L., Kolsto, A.-B., Brisabois, A., Nguyen-The, C., Lereclus, D., Guinebretiere, M.-H., and Ramarao, N. (2010) InhA1, NprA, and HlyII as Candidates for Markers To Differentiate Pathogenic from Nonpathogenic Bacillus cereus Strains. Journal of Clinical Microbiology 48, 1358-1365.

Canteri, M. H. G., Scheer, A. P., Wosiacki, G., Ginies, C., Reich, M., and Renard, C. M. C. G. (2010) A Comparative Study of Pectin Extracted from Passion Fruit Rind Flours. Journal of Polymers and the Environment 18, 593-599.

Canteri, M. H., Scheer, A., Petkowicz, C., Ginies, C., Renard, C., and Wosiacki, G. (2010) Physicochemical composition of the yellow passion fruit pericarp fractions and respective pectic substances. Journal of Food and Nutrition Research 49, 113-122.

Carlin, F., Brillard, J., Broussolle, V., Clavel, T., Duport, C., Jobin, M., Guinebretiere, M.-H., Auger, S., Sorokine, A., and Nguyen-The, C. (2010) Adaptation of Bacillus cereus, an ubiquitous worldwide-distributed foodborne pathogen, to a changing environment. Food Research International 43, 1885-1894.

Chassaing, S., Lefeuvre, D., Jacquet, R., Jourdes, M., Ducasse, L., Galland, S., Grelard, A., Saucier, C., Teissedre, P.-L., Dangles, O., and Quideau, S. (2010) Physicochemical Studies of New Anthocyano-Ellagitannin Hybrid Pigments: About the Origin of the Influence of Oak C-Glycosidic Ellagitannins on Wine Color. European Journal of Organic Chemistry 1, 55-63.

Chemat-Djenni, Z., Ferhat, M. A., Tomao, V., and Chemat, F. (2010) Carotenoid Extraction from Tomato Using a Green Solvent Resulting from Orange Processing Waste. Journal of Essential Oil Bearing Plants 13, 139-147.

Clair, G., Roussi, S., Armengaud, J., and Duport, C. (2010) Expanding the Known Repertoire of Virulence Factors Produced by Bacillus cereus through Early Secretome Profiling in Three Redox Conditions. Molecular and Cellular Proteomics 9, 1486-1498.

Contreras-Esquivel, J. C., Aguilar, C. N., Montanez, J. C., Brandelli, A., Espinoza-Perez, J. D., and Renard, C. (2010) Pectin from passion fruit fiber and its modification by pectinmethylesterase. Journal of Food Science and Nutrition 15, 57-66.

Couvert, O., Pinon, A., Bergis, H., Bourdichon, F., Carlin, F., Cornu, M., Denis, C., Gnanou Besse, N., Guillier, L., Jamet, E., Mettler, E., Stahl, V., Thuault, d., Zuliani, V., and Augustin, J. C. (2010) Validation of a stochastic modelling approach for Listeria monocytogenes growth in refrigerated foods. International Journal of Food Microbiology 144, 236-242.

Cruz, L., Bras, N. F., Teixeira, N., Mateus, N., Ramos, M. J., Dangles, O., and De Freitas, V. (2010) Vinylcatechin Dimers Are Much Better Copigments for Anthocyanins than Catechin Dimer Procyanidin B3. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry 58, 3159-3166.

Farhat, A., Fabiano-Tixier, A.-S., Visinoni, F., Romdhane, M., and Chemat, F. (2010) A surprising method for green extraction of essential oil from dry spices: Microwave dry-diffusion and gravity. Journal of Chromatography A 1217, 7345-7350.

Gautier, H., Lopez-Lauri, F., Massot, C., Murshed, R., Marty, I., Grasselly, D., Keller, C., Sallanon, H., and Génard, M. (2010) Impact of ripening and salinity on tomato fruit ascorbate content and enzymatic activities related to ascorbate recycling. Functional Plant Science and Biotechnology, 66-75.

Gest, N., Page, D., Birtić, S., Gouble, B., Gilbert, L., Garchery, C., Causse, M., and Stevens, R. (2010) Response of the fruit antioxidant system to the post-chilling period in two different tomato lines, Global Sciences Books - Functional Plant Science and Biotechnology 4, 76-83.

Giovanetti-Canteri, M.-H., Scheer, A. P., Ginies, C., Renard, C. M. G. C., and Wosiacki, G. (2010) Importancia do tratamento do tratamento termico na casca de maracuja para extracao de pectina. Revista Brasileira de Tecnologia Agroindustrial 4, 109-121.

Graham, D. L., Carail, M., Caris-Veyrat, C., and Lowe, G. M. (2010) Cigarette smoke and human plasma lycopene depletion, Food and Chemical Toxicology 48, 2413-2420.

Guillemet, E., Cadot, C., Tran, S.-L., Guinebretiere, M.-H., Lereclus, D., and Ramarao, N. (2010) The InhA Metalloproteases of Bacillus cereus Contribute Concomitantly to Virulence, Journal of Bacteriology 192, 286-294.

Guinebretiere, M.-H., Velge, P., Couvert, O., Carlin, F., Debuyser, M.-L., and Nguyen-The, C. (2010) Ability of Bacillus cereus Group Strains To Cause Food Poisoning Varies According to Phylogenetic Affiliation (Groups I to VII) Rather than Species Affiliation. Journal of Clinical Microbiology 48, 3388-3391.

Kamran Khan, M., Abert-Vian, M., Fabiano-Tixier, A.-S., Dangles, O., and Chemat, F. (2010) Ultrasound-assisted extraction of polyphenols (flavanone glycosides) from orange (Citrus sinensis L.) peel. Food Chemistry 119, 851-858.

Kamran Khan, M., Rakotomanomana, N., Loonis, M., and Dangles, O. (2010) Chemical Synthesis of Citrus Flavanone Glucuronides. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry 58, 8437-8443.

Kosmala, M., Kolodziejczyk, K., Markowski, J., Mieszczakowska, M., Ginies, C., and Renard, C. M. G. C. (2010) Co-products of black-currant and apple juice production: Hydration properties and polysaccharide composition. Lwt-Food Science and Technology 43, 173-180.

Leccese, A., Bureau, S., Reich, M., Renard, M. G. C. C., Audergon, J.-M., Mennone, C., Bartolini, S., and Viti, R. (2010) Pomological and Nutraceutical Properties in Apricot Fruit: Cultivation Systems and Cold Storage Fruit Management, Plant Foods for Human Nutrition 65, 112-120.

Lorrain, B., Dangles, O., Genot, C., and Dufour, C. (2010) Chemical Modeling of Heme-Induced Lipid Oxidation in Gastric Conditions and Inhibition by Dietary Polyphenols. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry 58, 676-683.

Lorrain, B., Dufour, C., and Dangles, O. (2010) Influence of serum albumin and the flavonol quercetin on the peroxidase activity of metmyoglobin. Free Radical Biology and Medicine 48, 1162-1172.

Maisonnasse, A., ALAUX, C., Beslay, D., Crauser, D., Gines, C., Plettner, E., and Le Conte, Y. (2010) New insights into honey bee (Apis mellifera) pheromone communication. Is the queen mandibular pheromone alone in colony regulation. Frontiers in Zoology, 18.

Mertz, C., Brat, P., Caris-Veyrat, C., and Gunata, Z. (2010) Characterization and thermal lability of carotenoids and vitamin C of tamarillo fruit (Solanum betaceum Cav.). Food Chemistry 119, 653-659.

Messaoudi, K., Clavel, T., Schmitt, P., and Duport, C. (2010) Fnr mediates carbohydrate-dependent regulation of catabolic and enterotoxin genes in Bacillus cereus F4430/73. Research in Microbiology 161, 30-39

Page, D., Gouble, B., Valot, B., Bouchet, J. P., Callot, C., Kretzschmar, A., Causse, M., Renard, C. M. C. G., and Faurobert, M. (2010) Protective proteins are differentially expressed in tomato genotypes differing for their tolerance to low-temperature storage. Planta 232, 483-500.

Pandiani, F., Brillard, J., Bornard, I., Michaud, C., Chamot, S., Nguyen-The, C., and Broussolle, V. (2010) Differential Involvement of the Five RNA Helicases in Adaptation of Bacillus cereus ATCC 14579 to Low Growth Temperatures. Applied and Environmental Microbiology 76, 6692-6697.

Perino-Issartier, S., Abert-Vian, M., Petitcolas, E., and Chemat, F. (2010) Microwave turbo hydrodistillation for rapid extraction of the essential oil from Schinus terebinthifolius Raddi Berries. Chromatographia 72, 347-350.

Quijada-Morin, N., Dangles, O., Rivas-Gonzalo, J. C., and Teresa Escribano-Bailon, M. (2010) Physico-Chemical and Chromatic Characterization of Malvidin 3-Glucoside-vinylcatechol and Malvidin 3-Glucoside-vinylguaiacol Wine Pigments. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry 58, 9744-9752.

Renard, C. M. G. C., Le Quere, J. M., Bauduin, R., Symoneaux, R., Le Bourvellec, C., and Baron, A.(2010) Modulating apple juices phenolic composition by manipulating the pressing conditions. Food Chemistry 124, 117-124.

Scibisz, I., Reich, M., Bureau, S., Gouble, B., Causse, M., Bertrand, D., and Renard, C. (2010) Mid-infrared spectroscopy as a tool for rapid determination of internal quality parameters in tomato. Food Chemistry 125, 1390-1397.

Senouci, K., Schmitt, P., and Jobin, M. (2010) Amino acids improve acid tolerance and internal pH maintenance in Bacillus cereus ATCC14579 strain. Food Microbiology 28, 364-372.

Talvas, J., Caris-Veyrat, C., Guy, L., Rambeau, M., Lyan, B., Minet-Quinard, R., Lobaccaro, J.-M. A., Vasson, M.-P., George, S., Mazur, A., and Rock, E. (2010) Differential effects of lycopene consumed in tomato paste and lycopene in the form of a purified extract on target genes of cancer prostatic cells. American Journal of Clinical Nutrition 91, 1716-1724.

Veillet, S., Tomao, V., and Chemat, F. (2010) Ultrasound assisted maceration: An original procedure for direct aromatisation of olive oil with basil. Food Chemistry 123, 905-911.

Veillet, S., Tomao, V., Ruiz, K., and Chemat, F. (2010) Green procedure using limonene in the Dean-Stark apparatus for moisture determination in food products. Analytica Chimica Acta 674, 49-52.

Virot, M., Tomao, V., Le Bourvellec, C., Renard, C. M. C. G., and Chemat, F. (2010) Towards the industrial production of antioxidants from food processing by-products with ultrasound-assisted extraction. Ultrasonics Sonochemistry 17, 1066-1074.

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