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Publications 2015

Alvarez-Ordonez, A.; Broussolle, V.; Colin, P.; Nguyen-The, C.; Prieto, M. The adaptive response of bacterial food-borne pathogens in the environment, host and food: Implications for food safety. International Journal of Food Microbiology 2015, 213, 99-109.

Boukroufa, M.; Boutekedjiret, C.; Petigny, L.; Rakotomanomana, N.; Chemat, F. Bio-refinery of orange peels waste: A new concept based on integrated green and solvent free extraction processes using ultrasound and microwave techniques to obtain essential oil, polyphenols and pectin. Ultrasonics Sonochemistry 2015, 24, 72-79.

Bureau, S.; Mouhoubi, S.; Touloumet, L.; Garcia, C.; Moreau, F.; Bedouet, V.; Renard, C. Are folates, carotenoids and vitamin C affected by cooking? Four domestic procedures are compared on a large diversity of frozen vegetables. Lwt-Food Science and Technology 2015, 64, 735-741

Carail, M.; Fabiano-Tixier, A. S.; Meullemiestre, A.; Chemat, F.; Caris-Veyrat, C. Effects of high power ultrasound on all-E-beta-carotene, newly formed compounds analysis by ultra-high-performance liquid chromatography-tandem mass spectrometry. Ultrasonics Sonochemistry 2015, 26, 200-209.

Chemat, F.; Fabiano-Tixier, A. S.; Vian, M. A.; Allaf, T.; Vorobiev, E. Solvent-free extraction of food and natural products. Trac-Trends Anal. Chem. 2015, 71, 157-168

Diomande, S. E.; Nguyen-The, C.; Guinbretiere, M. H.; Broussolle, V.; Brillard, J. Role of fatty acids in Bacillus environmental adaptation. Front. Microbiol. 2015, 6.

Diomande, S. E.; Nguyen-The, C.; Abee, T.; Tempelaars, M. H.; Broussolle, V.; Brillard, J. Involvement of the CasK/R two-component system in optimal unsaturation of the Bacillus cereus fatty acids during low-temperature growth. International Journal of Food Microbiology 2015, 213, 110-117.

Durand, L.; Planchon, S.; Guinebretiere, M. H.; Carlin, F.; Remize, F. Genotypic and phenotypic characterization of foodborne Geobacillus stearothermophilus. Food Microbiology 2015, 45, 103-110.

Durand, L.; Planchon, S.; Guinebretiere, M. H.; Andre, S.; Carlin, F. Remize, F. Contamination pathways of spore-forming bacteria in a vegetable cannery. International Journal of Food Microbiology 2015, 202, 10-19.

Ellouze, M.; Tenenhaus-Aziza, F.; Carlin, F. Highlights from the 8th International Conference on Predictive Modelling in Food (ICPMF8). Food Microbiology 2015, 45, 160-161.

Felicio, M.; Hald, T.; Liebana, E.; Allende, A.; Hugas, M.; Nguyen-The, C.; Johannessen, G. S.; Niskanen, T.; Uyttendaele, M.; McLauchlin, J. Risk ranking of pathogens in ready-to-eat unprocessed foods of non-animal origin (FoNAO) in the EU: Initial evaluation using outbreak data (2007-2011). International Journal of Food Microbiology 2015, 195, 9-19.

Espirito-Santo, A. P.; Carlin, F.; Renard, C. Apple, grape or orange juice: Which one offers the best substrate for lactobacilli growth? - A screening study on bacteria viability, superoxide dismutase activity, folates production and hedonic characteristics. Food Research International 2015, 78, 352-360.

Filly, A.; Fabiano-Tixier, A. S.; Fernandez, X.; Chemat, F. Alternative solvents for extraction of food aromas. Experimental and COSMO-RS study. Lwt-Food Science and Technology 2015, 61, 33-40.

Fleury, M. A.; Mourand, G.; Jouy, E.; Touzain, F.; Le Devendec, L.; de Boisseson, C.; Eono, F.; Cariolet, R.; Guerin, A.; Le Goff, O.; Blanquet-Diot, S.; Alric, M.; Kempf, I. Impact of Ceftiofur Injection on Gut Microbiota and Escherichia coli Resistance in Pigs. Antimicrob. Agents Chemother. 2015, 59, 5171-5180.

Giordano, E.; Dangles, O.; Rakotomanomana, N.; Baracchini, S.; Visioli, F. 3-O-Hydroxytyrosol glucuronide and 4-O-hydroxytyrosol glucuronide reduce endoplasmic reticulum stress in vitro. Food and Function 2015, 6, 3275-3281.

Jacotet-Navarro, M.; Rombaut, N.; Fabiano-Tixier, A. S.; Danguien, M.; Bily, A.; Chemat, F. Ultrasound versus microwave as green processes for extraction of rosmarinic, carnosic and ursolic acids from rosemary. Ultrasonics Sonochemistry 2015, 27, 102-109.

Kebe, M.; Renard, C.; El Maataoui, M.; Amani, G. N. G.; Maingonnat, J. F. Leaching of polyphenols from apple parenchyma tissue as influenced by thermal treatments. Journal of Food Engineering 2015, 166, 237-246.

Labadie, C.; Ginies, C.; Guinebretiere, M. H.; Renard, C.; Cerutti, C.; Carlin, F. Hydrosols of orange blossom (Citrus aurantium), and rose flower (Rosa damascena and Rosa centifolia) support the growth of a heterogeneous spoilage microbiota. Food Research International 2015, 76, 576-586.

Le Bourvellec, C.; Bureau, S.; Renard, C.; Plenet, D.; Gautier, H.; Touloumet, L.; Girard, T.; Simon, S. Cultivar and Year Rather than Agricultural Practices Affect Primary and Secondary Metabolites in Apple Fruit. Plos One 2015, 10.

Le Lay, J.; Bahloul, H.; Serino, S.; Jobin, M.; Schmitt, P. Reducing activity, glucose metabolism and acid tolerance response of Bacillus cereus grown at various pH and oxydo-reduction potential levels. Food Microbiology 2015, 46, 314-321.

Li, Y.; Fabiano-Tixier, A. S.; Ruiz, K.; Castera, A. R.; Bauduin, P.; Diat, O.; Chemat, F. Comprehension of direct extraction of hydrophilic antioxidants using vegetable oils by polar paradox theory and small angle X-ray scattering analysis. Food Chemistry 2015, 173, 873-880.

Madeira, J. P.; Alpha-Bazin, B.; Armengaud, J.; Duport, C. Time dynamics of the Bacillus cereus exoproteome are shaped by cellular oxidation. Frontiers in Microbiology 2015, 6,10.3389.

Senouci-Rezkallah, K.; Jobin, M. P.; Schmitt, P. Adaptive responses of Bacillus cereus ATCC14579 cells upon exposure to acid conditions involve ATPase activity to maintain their internal pH (vol 4, pg 313, 2015). MicrobiologyOpen 2015, 4, 1001-1001.

Mnayer, D.; Fabiano-Tixier, A. S.; Petitcolas, E.; Ruiz, K.; Hamieh, T.; Chemat, F. Simultaneous Extraction of Essential Oils and Flavonoids from Onions Using Turbo Extraction-Distillation. Food Analytical Methods 2015, 8, 586-595.

Omer, H.; Alpha-Bazin, B.; Brunet, J. L.; Armengaud, J.; Duport, C. Proteomics identifies Bacillus cereus EntD as a pivotal protein for the production of numerous virulence factors. Front. Microbiol. 2015, 6, 1-15.

Ramos-de-la-Pena, A.; Renard, C.; de la Luz Reyes-Vega, M.; Contreras-Esquivel, J. Ultrafiltration for genipin recovery technologies after ultrasonic treatment of genipap fruit. Biocatalysis and Agricultural Biotechnology 2015, 4, 11-16.

Trunet, C.; Mtimet, N.; Mathot, A. G.; Postollec, F.; Leguerinel, I.; Sohier, D.; Couvert, O.; Carlin, F.; Coroller, L. Modeling the Recovery of Heat-Treated Bacillus licheniformis Ad978 and Bacillus weihenstephanensis KBAB4 Spores at Suboptimal Temperature and pH Using Growth Limits. Applied and Environmental Microbiology 2015, 81, (2), 562-568.

Senouci-Rezkallah, K.; Jobin, M. P.; Schmitt, P. Adaptive responses of Bacillus cereus ATCC14579 cells upon exposure to acid conditions involve ATPase activity to maintain their internal pH. Microbiologyopen 2015, 4, (2), 313-332.

Sicaire, A. G.; Vian, M.; Fine, F.; Joffre, F.; Carre, P.; Tostain, S.; Chemat, F. Alternative Bio-Based Solvents for Extraction of Fat and Oils: Solubility Prediction, Global Yield, Extraction Kinetics, Chemical Composition and Cost of Manufacturing. International Journal of Molecular Sciences 2015, 16, 8430-8453.

Sy, C.; Dangles, O.; Borel, P.; Caris-Veyrat, C. Stability of bacterial carotenoids in the presence of iron in a model of the gastric compartment – Comparison with dietary reference carotenoids. Archives of Biochemistry and Biophysics 2015, 572,0, 89-100.

Sy, C.; Dangles, O.; Borel, P.; Caris-Veyrat, C. Interactions between Carotenoids from Marine Bacteria and Other Micronutrients: Impact on Stability and Antioxidant Activity. Mar. Drugs 2015, 13, 7020-7039.

Watrelot, A. A.; Renard, C.; Le Bourvellec, C. Comparison of microcalorimetry and haze formation to quantify the association of B-type procyanidins to poly-L-proline and bovine serum albumin. Lwt-Food Science and Technology 2015, 63,1, 376-382.