Affiliation entity
BIM Biochemistry of Microbial Interactions
Interdisplinary research theme
Exploring the potential of new benthic cyanobacterial strains from tropical mangroves for the production of bioactive compounds
Speciality
Taxonomy, Phylogeny, Metabolomique, Analytical chemistry, Genome mining

Contact

E-mail
huibin.wang [at] edu.mnhn.fr
Phone
0140793144
Address(es)

43 rue Buffon

24 allée des crapauds

75005 Paris

Presentation

Research Activities

This multidisciplinary work is carried out in co-tutorship between the "Biochemistry of Microbial Interactions" (BIM) and "Cyanobacteria, Cyanotoxins and the Environment" (CCE) teams of UMR 7245 MCAM.



This project aims to explore the potential of new benthic cyanobacterial strains isolated from mangroves in Mayotte and Guadeloupe to produce bioactive secondary metabolites such as antimicrobial or allelopathic compounds.  

The project is focused on exploring the taxonomy of tropical benthic cyanobacterial strains and highlighting their chemical and biological potentials, in particular for the production of antimicrobial metabolites that could be involved in the control of the micro-organism populations.

Publications

2023
  • Wang Huibin, Halary Sébastien, Duval Charlotte, Bernard Cécile, Troussellier Marc, Beniddir Mehdi A., Brunel Jean-Michel, Castaldi Andrea, Caudal Flore, Golléty Claire, Martin Coralie, Bourguet-Kondracki Marie-Lise & Duperron Sébastien, 2023Diversity, metabolome profiling and bioactivities of benthic filamentous cyanobacteria isolated from coastal mangroves of Mayotte. Frontiers in Marine Science vol. 10, ,
    ISSN
    2296-7745