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6 oral and 4 poster presentations at SFM 2018

15 October 2018

Congres SFM 2018
Nine scientists of the STLO research unit presented their last results at the congress of the French Society of Microbiology (SFM) that held in Paris, 01-03 October 2018.

Six oral presentations

  • Fermented foods: a new perspective, Anne THIERRY and Françoise IRLINGER, INRA, GMPA
  • Compounds with a potential role in the bioprotective activity of efficient antifungal cultures in dairy products, Marcia LEYVA SALAS
  • Biological Resources Centres: For an wise management of microbiological resources for innovation, Sophie ROUSSEL
  • Propionibacterium freudenreichii adaptation increases its survival during drying, Floriane GAUCHER
  • Why buy probiotics while they are already in your fridge? The 2-in-1 effect of dairy bacteria as both immune modulators and cheese starters, Gwenael JAN
  • Staphylococcus aureus extracellular vesicles elicit an immunostimulatory response in vivo on the murine mammary gland, Eric GUEDON.

And four posters

  • A concerted response of agricultural BRCs to face new regulations, CIRM-BIA
  • Microbial diversity of Pélardon, an artisanal raw goat milk cheese, Marine PENLAND
  • In vitro assessment of Propionibacterium freudenreichii adaptation to caecal environment, Houem RABAH
  • Inflammasomes involvement in Staphylococcus aureus infection of human osteoblast-like cells MG-63, Elma LIMA LEITE

 
Symposium site: http://www.congres-sfm.fr/

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Contact

Eric Guédon • Leader of Microbiology of Milk and Egg Sectors team 

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