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Publications 2016

Achat, S.; Rakotomanomana, N.; Madani, K.; Dangles, O. Antioxidant activity of olive phenols and other dietary phenols in model gastric conditions: Scavenging of the free radical DPPH and inhibition of the haem-induced peroxidation of linoleic acid. Food Chemistry 2016, 213, 135-142.

Al Bittar, S.; Mora, N.; Loonis, M.; Dangles, O. A simple synthesis of 3-deoxyanthocyanidins and their O-glucosides. Tetrahedron 2016, 72, 4294-4302.

Assami, K.; Chemat, S.; Meklati, B. Y.; Chemat, F. Ultrasound-Assisted Aromatisation with Condiments as an Enabling Technique for Olive Oil Flavouring and Shelf Life Enhancement. Food Analytical Methods 2016, 9, 982-990.

Aksamija, A.; Polidori, A.; Plasson, R.; Dangles, O.; Tomao, V. The inclusion complex of rosmarinic acid into beta-cyclodextrin: A thermodynamic and structural analysis by NMR and capillary electrophoresis. Food Chemistry 2016, 208, 258-263.

Breil, C.; Meullemiestre, A.; Vian, M.; Chemat, F. Bio-Based Solvents for Green Extraction of Lipids from Oleaginous Yeast Biomass for Sustainable Aviation Biofuel. Molecules 2016, 21.

Bressuire-Isoard, C.; Bornard, I.; Henriques, A. O.; Carlin, F.; Broussolle, V. Sporulation Temperature Reveals a Requirement for CotE in the Assembly of both the Coat and Exosporium Layers of Bacillus cereus Spores. Applied and Environmental Microbiology 2016, 82, 232-243.

Basilio, N.; Al Bittar, S.; Mora, N.; Dangles, O.; Pina, F. Analogs of Natural 3-Deoxyanthocyanins: O-Glucosides of the 4 ',7-Dihydroxyflavylium Ion and the Deep Influence of Glycosidation on Color. International Journal of Molecular Sciences 2016, 17.

Borel, P.; Desmarchelier, C.; Dumont, U.; Halimi, C.; Lairon, D.; Page, D.; Sebedio, J. L.; Buisson, C.; Buffiere, C.; Remond, D. Dietary calcium impairs tomato lycopene bioavailability in healthy humans. British Journal of Nutrition 2016, 116, 2091-2096.

Broussolle, V.; Carlin, F.; Lereclus, D.; Nielsen-LeRoux, C.; Sanchis, V. In Beneficial and detrimental spore-formers: a world of diversity. Res Microbiol. 2016 Dec 10. pii: S0923-2508(16)30149-8. doi: 10.1016/j.resmic.2016.11.006.: 2016.

Bujor, O.-C.; Le Bourvellec, C.; Volf, I.; Popa, V. I.; Dufour, C. Seasonal variations of the phenolic constituents in bilberry (Vaccinium myrtillus L.) leaves, stems and fruits, and their antioxidant activity. Food Chemistry 2016, 213, 58-68.

Bundeesomchok, K.; Filly, A.; Rakotomanomana, N.; Panichayupakaranant, P.; Chemat, F. Extraction of alpha-mangostin from Garcinia mangostana L. using alternative solvents: Computational predictive and experimental studies. Lwt-Food Science and Technology 2016, 65, 297-303.

Chenni, M.; El Abed, D.; Rakotomanomana, N.; Fernandez, X.; Chemat, F. Comparative Study of Essential Oils Extracted from Egyptian Basil Leaves (Ocimum basilicum L.) Using Hydro-Distillation and Solvent-Free Microwave Extraction. Molecules 2016, 21.

Delchier, N.; Herbig, A.; Rychlik, M.; Renard, C.M.G.C. Folates in Fruits and Vegetables: Contents, Processing, and Stability. Comprehensive Reviews in Food Science and Food Safety 2016, 15, 506-508.

Delosiere, M.; Sante-Lhoutellier, V.; Chantelauze, C.; Durand, D.; Thomas, A.; Joly, C.; Pujos-Guillot, E.; Remond, D.; Comte, B.; Gladine, C.; Guy, A.; Durand, T.; Laurentie, M.; Dufour, C. Quantification of 4-hydroxy-2-nonenal-protein adducts in the in vivo gastric digesta of mini-pigs using a GC-MS/MS method with accuracy profile validation. Food & Function 2016, 7, 3497-3504.

De Oliveira, I. R.; Crizel, G. R.; Severo, J.; Renard, C.M.G.C.; Chaves, F. C.; Rombaldi, C. V. Preharvest UV-C radiation influences physiological, biochemical, and transcriptional changes in strawberry cv. Camarosa. Plant Physiol. Biochem. 2016, 108, 391-399.

Despres, J.; Forano, E.; Lepercq, P.; Comtet-Marre, S.; Jubelin, G.; Yeoman, C. J.; Berg Miller, M. E.; Fields, C. J.; Terrapon, N.; Le Bourvellec, C.; Renard, C.M.G.C.; Henrissat, B.; White, B. A.; Mosoni, P. Unraveling the pectinolytic function of Bacteroides xylanisolvens using a RNA-seq approach and mutagenesis. BMC Genomics 2016, 17.

Diomande, S. E.; Doublet, B.; Vasai, F.; Guinebretiere, M. H.; Broussolle, V.; Brillard, J. Expression of the genes encoding the CasK/R two-component system and the DesA desaturase during Bacillus cereus cold adaptation. Fems Microbiology Letters 2016, 363.

Duport, C.; Jobin, M.; Schmitt, P. Adaptation in Bacillus cereus: From Stress to Disease. Front. Microbiol. 2016, 7.

Esbelin, J.; Mallea, S.; Clair, G.; Carlin, F. Inactivation by Pulsed Light of Bacillus subtilis Spores with Impaired Protection Factors. Biophysics 2016, 92, 301-307.

Filly, A.; Fabiano-Tixier, A. S.; Louis, C.; Fernandez, X.; Chemat, F. Water as a green solvent combined with different techniques for extraction of essential oil from lavender flowers. C. R. Chim. 2016, 19, 707-717.

Gauvry, E.; Mathot, A. G.; Leguerinel, I.; Couvert, O.; Postollec, F.; Broussolle, V.; Coroller, L. Knowledge of the physiology of spore-forming bacteria can explain the origin of spores in the food environment. Res Microbiol 2016, 1, 006.

Ginies, C.; Brillard, J.; Nguyen-The, C. Identification of Fatty Acids in Bacillus cereus. 2016, JoVE e54960.

Guerin, A.; Dargaignaratz, C.; Broussolle, V.; Clavel, T.; Nguyen-the, C. Combined effect of anaerobiosis, low pH and cold temperatures on the growth capacities of psychrotrophic Bacillus cereus. Food Microbiology 2016, 59, 119-123.

Guillier, L.; Duret, S.; Hoang, H.-M.; Flick, D.; Nguyen-Thé, C.; Laguerre, O. Linking food waste prevention, energy consumption and microbial food safety: the next challenge of food policy? Current Opinion in Food Science 2016, 12, 30-35

Jacotet-Navarro, M.; Rombaut, N.; Deslis, S.; Fabiano-Tixier, A. S.; Pierre, F. X.; Bily, A.; Chemat, F. Towards a "dry" bio-refinery without solvents or added water using microwaves and ultrasound for total valorization of fruit and vegetable by-products. Green Chemistry 2016, 18, 3106-3115.

Khymenets, O.; Crespo, M. C.; Dangles, O.; Rakotomanomana, N.; Andres-Lacueva, C.; Visioli, F. Human hydroxytyrosol's absorption and excretion from a nutraceutical. Journal of Functional Foods 2016, 23, 278-282.

Labadie, C.; Cerutti, C.; Carlin, F. Fate and control of pathogenic and spoilage micro-organisms in orange blossom (Citrus aurantium) and rose flower (Rosa centifolia) hydrosols. Journal of Applied Microbiology 2016, 121, 1568-1579.

Madeira, J. P.; Alpha-Bazin, B.; Armengaud, J.; Omer, H.; Duport, C. Proteome data to explore the impact of pBClin15 on Bacillus cereus ATCC 14579. Data Brief 2016, 8, 1243-6.

Madeira, J. P.; Omer, H.; Alpha-Bazin, B.; Armengaud, J.; Duport, C. Deciphering the interactions between the Bacillus cereus linear plasmid, pBClin15, and its host by high-throughput comparative proteomics. J. Proteomics 2016, 146, 25-33.

Meullemiestre, A.; Petitcolas, E.; Maache-Rezzoug, Z.; Chemat, F.; Rezzoug, S. A. Impact of ultrasound on solid-liquid extraction of phenolic compounds from maritime pine sawdust waste. Kinetics, optimization and large scale experiments. Ultrasonics Sonochemistry 2016, 28, 230-239.

Meullemiestre, A.; Breil, C.; Abert-Vian, M.; Chemat, F. Microwave, ultrasound, thermal treatments, and bead milling as intensification techniques for extraction of lipids from oleaginous Yarrowia lipolytica yeast for a biojetfuel application. Bioresource Technology 2016, 211, 190-199.

Müller, L.; Caris-Veyrat, C.; Lowe, G. M.; Böhm, V. Lycopene and its antioxidant role in the prevention of cardiovascular diseases – a critical review. Critical Review in Food Science and Nutrition 2016, 56:1-12.

Mellouk, H.; Meullemiestre, A.; Maache-Rezzoug, Z.; Bejjani, B.; Dani, A.; Rezzoug, S. A. Valorization of industrial wastes from French maritime pine bark by solvent free microwave extraction of volatiles. J. Clean Prod. 2016, 112, 4398-4405.

Nguyen-the, C.; Bardin, M.; Berard, A.; Berge, O.; Brillard, J.; Broussolle, V.; Carlin, F.; Renault, P.; Tchamitchian, M.; Morris, C. E. Agrifood systems and themicrobial safety of fresh produce: Trade-offs in the wake of increased sustainability. Sci. Total Environ. 2016, 562, 751-759.

Perino, S.; Pierson, J. T.; Ruiz, K.; Cravotto, G.; Chemat, F. Laboratory to pilot scale: Microwave extraction for polyphenols lettuce. Food Chemistry 2016, 204, 108-114.

Ramos-de-la-Pena, A. M.; Renard, C.M.G.C.; Montanez, J.; Reyes-Vega, M. D.; Contreras-Esquivel, J. C. A review through recovery, purification and identification of genipin. Phytochemistry Reviews 2016, 15, 37-49.

Rigaux, C.; Georgé, S.; Albert, I.; Renard, C.M.G.C.; Carlin, F. A mechanistic and probabilistic model estimating vitamin C degradation in industrial food processing. Application to canned green beans. LWT-Food Science and Technology 2016, 69, 236-243.

Sicaire, A. G.; Vian, M. A.; Fine, F.; Carre, P.; Tostain, S.; Chemat, F. Ultrasound induced green solvent extraction of oil from oleaginous seeds. Ultrasonics Sonochemistry 2016, 31, 319-329.

Slaghenaufi, D.; Franc, C.; Mora, N.; Marchand, S.; Perello, M-C.; De Revel, G. Quantification of three galloylglucoside flavor precursors by liquid chromatography tandem mass spectrometry in brandies aged in oak wood barrels. Journal of Chromatography A. 2016, 1442, 26-32.

Trouillas, P.; Sancho-Garcia, J. C.; De Freitas, V.; Gierschner, J.; Otyepka, M.; Dangles, O. Stabilizing and Modulating Color by Copigmentation: Insights from Review Theory and Experiment. Chem. Rev. 2016, 116, 4937-4982.

Vallverdu-Queralt, A.; Biler, M.; Meudec, E.; Le Guerneve, C.; Vernhet, A.; Mazauric, J. P.; Legras, J. L.; Loonis, M.; Trouillas, P.; Cheynier, V.; Dangles, O. p-Hydroxyphenyl-pyranoanthocyanins: An Experimental and Theoretical Investigation of Their Acid-Base Properties and Molecular Interactions. International Journal of Molecular Sciences 2016, 17.

Vallverdu-Queralt, A.; Meudec, E.; Ferreira-Lima, N.; Sommerer, N.; Dangles, O.; Cheynier, V.; Le Guerneve, C. A comprehensive investigation of guaiacyl-pyranoanthocyanin synthesis by one-/two-dimensional NMR and UPLC-DAD-ESI-MSn. Food Chemistry 2016, 199, 902-910.

Vidot, K.; Achir, N.; Mertz, C.; Sinela, A.; Rawat, N.; Prades, A.; Dangles, O.; Fulcrand, H.; Dornier, M. Effect of Temperature on Acidity and Hydration Equilibrium Constants of Delphinidin-3-O- and Cyanidin-3-O-sambubioside Calculated from Uni- and Multiwavelength Spectroscopic Data. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry 2016, 64, 4139-4145.

Watrelot, A. A.; Tran, D. T.; Buffeteau, T.; Deffieux, D.; Le Bourvellec, C.; Quideau, S.; Renard, C.M.G.C. Immobilization of flavan-3-ols onto sensor chips to study their interactions with proteins and pectins by SPR. Applied Surface Science 2016, 371, 512-518.

Yara-Varon, E.; Fabiano-Tixier, A. S.; Balcells, M.; Canela-Garayoa, R.; Bily, A.; Chemat, F. Is it possible to substitute hexane with green solvents for extraction of carotenoids? A theoretical versus experimental solubility study. RSC Adv. 2016, 6, 27750-27759.

Yara-Varon, E.; Selka, A.; Fabiano-Tixier, A. S.; Balcells, M.; Canela-Garayoa, R.; Bily, A.; Touaibia, M.; Chemat, F. Solvent from forestry biomass. Pinane a stable terpene derived from pine tree byproducts to substitute n-hexane for the extraction of bioactive compounds. Green Chem. 2016, 18, 6596-6608.