Affiliation entity
CCE Cyanobacteria, Cyanotoxins and Environment
Interdisplinary research theme
Microbiologie, écologie, écotoxicologie, biologie moléculaire, génomique, métabolomique

Contact

E-mail
justine.demay [at] edu.mnhn.fr
Phone
01 40 79 31 79
Address(es)

12 rue Buffon

75005 Paris

Presentation

Activités de recherche

Étude des métabolites produits par des cyanobactéries issues de boues thermales par une approche de génomique et de métabolomique.

Publications

2022
  • Halary Sébastien, Duperron Sébastien, Demay Justine, Duval Charlotte, Hamlaoui Sahima, Piquet Bérénice, Reinhardt Anita, Bernard Cécile & Marie Benjamin, December 2022Metagenome-Based Exploration of Bacterial Communities Associated with Cyanobacteria Strains Isolated from Thermal Muds. Cyanobacteria constitute a pioneer colonizer of specific environments for whom settlement in new biotopes precedes the… Microorganisms vol. 10, n° 12, p. 2337 Number: 12 Publisher: Multidisciplinary Digital Publishing Institute
    ISSN
    2076-2607
2021
  • Le Moigne Damien, Demay Justine, Reinhardt Anita, Bernard Cécile, Kim Tiam Sandra & Marie Benjamin, November 2021Dynamics of the Metabolome of Aliinostoc sp. PMC 882.14 in Response to Light and Temperature Variations. Cyanobacteria are microorganisms able to adapt to a wide variety of environmental conditions and abiotic stresses. They produce… Metabolites vol. 11, n° 11, p. 745 Number: 11 Publisher: Multidisciplinary Digital Publishing Institute
    ISSN
    2218-1989
  • Demay Justine, Halary Sébastien, Knittel-Obrecht Adeline, Villa Pascal, Duval Charlotte, Hamlaoui Sahima, Roussel Théotime, Yéprémian Claude, Reinhardt Anita, Bernard Cécile & Marie Benjamin, January 2021Anti-Inflammatory, Antioxidant, and Wound-Healing Properties of Cyanobacteria from Thermal Mud of Balaruc-Les-Bains, France: A Multi-Approach Study. Background: The Balaruc-les-Bains’ thermal mud was found to be colonized predominantly by microorganisms, with… Biomolecules vol. 11, n° 1, p. 28 Number: 1 Publisher: Multidisciplinary Digital Publishing Institute
  • Duval C, Hamlaoui S, Piquet B, Toutirais G, Yéprémian C, Reinhardt A, Duperron S, Marie B, Demay J & Bernard C, January 2021Diversity of cyanobacteria from thermal muds (Balaruc-Les-Bains, France) with the description of Pseudochroococcus coutei gen. nov., sp. nov.. Cyanobacteria are able to synthesize a high diversity of natural compounds that account for their success in the colonization… FEMS Microbes vol. 2, xtab006,
    ISSN
    2633-6685
2020
  • Halary Sébastien, Duval Charlotte, Gallet Alison, Duperron Sébastien, Piquet Bérénice, Demay Justine, Bernard Cécile & Marie Benjamin, November 2020Draft Genome Sequence of the Toxic Freshwater Microcystis aeruginosa Strain PMC 728.11 (Cyanobacteria, Chroococcales). Microcystis aeruginosa is one of the major species that cause toxic cyanobacterial blooms in freshwater systems worldwide. Here… Microbiology Resource Announcements vol. 9, n° 48, Publisher: American Society for Microbiology Section: Genome Sequences
    ISSN
    2576-098X
  • Demay Justine, Halary Sébastien, Knittel-Obrecht A., Villa P., Duval Charlotte, Hamlaoui Sahima, Roussel Théotime, Yépremian Claude, Reinhardt Anita, Bernard Cécile & Marie Benjamin, 2020Antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties of cyanobacteria from thermal mud (Balaruc-Les-Bains, France): a multi-approach study. , ,
2019
  • Kim Tiam Sandra, Gugger Muriel, Demay Justine, Le Manach Séverine, Duval Charlotte, Bernard Cécile & Marie Benjamin, September 2019Insights into the Diversity of Secondary Metabolites of Planktothrix Using a Biphasic Approach Combining Global Genomics and Metabolomics. Cyanobacteria are an ancient lineage of slow-growing photosynthetic bacteria and a prolific source of natural products with… Toxins vol. 11, n° 9, p. 498
  • Demay Justine, Bernard Cécile, Reinhardt Anita & Marie Benjamin, June 2019Natural Products from Cyanobacteria: Focus on Beneficial Activities. Cyanobacteria are photosynthetic microorganisms that colonize diverse environments worldwide, ranging from ocean to freshwaters… Marine Drugs vol. 17, n° 6, p. 320
    ISSN
    1660-3397