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    1. Letisse, F; Chevallereau, P; Simon, JL; Lindley, ND
      Kinetic analysis of growth and xanthan gum production with Xanthomonas campestris on sucrose, using sequentially consumed nitrogen sources

      APPLIED MICROBIOLOGY AND BIOTECHNOLOGY
    2. Chapuy-Regaud, S; Duthoit, F; Malfroy-Mastrorillo, L; Gourdon, P; Lindley, ND; Trombe, MC
      Competence regulation by oxygen availability and by Nox is not related to specific adjustment of central metabolism in Streptococcus pneumoniae

      JOURNAL OF BACTERIOLOGY
    3. Even, S; Lindley, ND; Cocaign-Bousquet, M
      Molecular physiology of sugar catabolism in Lactococcus lactis IL1403

      JOURNAL OF BACTERIOLOGY
    4. Garrigues, C; Mercade, M; Cocaign-Bousquet, M; Lindley, ND; Loubiere, P
      Regulation of pyruvate metabolism in Lactococcus lactis depends on the imbalance between catabolism and anabolism

      BIOTECHNOLOGY AND BIOENGINEERING
    5. Fontaine, L; Even, S; Soucaille, P; Lindley, ND; Cocaign-Bousquet, M
      Transcript quantification based on chemical labeling of RNA associated with fluorescent detection

      ANALYTICAL BIOCHEMISTRY
    6. Girbal, L; Rols, JL; Lindley, ND
      Growth rate influences reductive biodegradation of the organophosphorus pesticide demeton by Corynebacterium glutamicum

      BIODEGRADATION
    7. Mercade, M; Lindley, ND; Loubiere, P
      Metabolism of Lactococcus lactis subsp cremoris MG 1363 in acid stress conditions.

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF FOOD MICROBIOLOGY
    8. Letisse, F; Lindley, ND
      An intracellular metabolite quantification technique applicable to polysaccharide-producing bacteria

      BIOTECHNOLOGY LETTERS
    9. Gourdon, P; Baucher, MF; Lindley, ND; Guyonvarch, A
      Cloning of the malic enzyme gene from Corynebacterium glutamicum and role of the enzyme in lactate metabolism

      APPLIED AND ENVIRONMENTAL MICROBIOLOGY
    10. Girbal, L; Hilaire, D; Leduc, S; Delery, L; Rols, JL; Lindley, ND
      Reductive cleavage of demeton-S-methyl by Corynebacterium glutamicum in cometabolism on more readily metabolizable substrates

      APPLIED AND ENVIRONMENTAL MICROBIOLOGY
    11. Massou, S; Puech, V; Talmont, F; Demange, P; Lindley, ND; Tropis, M; Milon, A
      Heterologous expression of a deuterated membrane-integrated receptor and partial deuteration in methylotrophic yeasts

      JOURNAL OF BIOMOLECULAR NMR
    12. Delaunay, S; Gourdon, P; Lapujade, P; Mailly, E; Oriol, E; Engasser, JM; Lindley, ND; Goergen, JL
      An improved temperature-triggered process for glutamate production with Corynebacterium glutamicum

      ENZYME AND MICROBIAL TECHNOLOGY
    13. Leonard, D; Lindley, ND
      Growth of Ralstonia eutropha on inhibitory concentrations of phenol: diminished growth can be attributed to hydrophobic perturbation of phenol hydroxylase activity

      ENZYME AND MICROBIAL TECHNOLOGY
    14. Leonard, D; Ben Youssef, C; Destruhaut, C; Lindley, ND; Queinnec, I
      Phenol degradation by Ralstonia eutropha: Colorimetric determination of 2-hydroxymuconate semialdehyde accumulation to control feed strategy in fed-batch fermentations

      BIOTECHNOLOGY AND BIOENGINEERING
    15. Leonard, D; Mercier-Bonin, M; Lindley, ND; Lafforgue, C
      Novel membrane bioreactor with gas/liquid two-phase flow for high-performance degradation of phenol

      BIOTECHNOLOGY PROGRESS
    16. LEONARD D; LINDLEY ND
      CARBON AND ENERGY FLUX CONSTRAINTS IN CONTINUOUS CULTURES OF ALCALIGENES-EUTROPHUS GROWN ON PHENOL

      Microbiology
    17. AMPE F; LEONARD D; LINDLEY ND
      REPRESSION OF PHENOL CATABOLISM BY ORGANIC-ACIDS IN RALSTONIA-EUTROPHA

      Applied and environmental microbiology
    18. NOVAK L; COCAIGNBOUSQUET M; LINDLEY ND; LOUBIERE P
      COMETABOLISM SUGAR-AMINO ACIDS IN LACTOCO CCUS-LACTIS

      Le Lait
    19. GARRIGUES C; MERCADE M; LOUBIERE P; LINDLEY ND; COCAIGNBOUSQUET M
      METABOLIC BEHAVIOR OF LACTOCOCCUS-LACTIS IN RESPONSE TO ENVIRONMENTAL-CONDITIONS

      Le Lait
    20. DOMINGUEZ H; ROLLIN C; GUYONVARCH A; GUERQUINKERN JL; COCAIGNBOUSQUET M; LINDLEY ND
      CARBON-FLUX DISTRIBUTION IN THE CENTRAL METABOLIC PATHWAYS OF CORYNEBACTERIUM-GLUTAMICUM DURING GROWTH ON FRUCTOSE

      European journal of biochemistry
    21. MASSOU S; AUGE S; TROPIS M; LINDLEY ND; MILON A
      NMR ANALYSES OF DEUTERATED PHOSPHOLIPIDS ISOLATED FROM PICHIA-ANGUSTA

      Journal de chimie physique et de physico-chimie biologique
    22. LOUBIERE P; COCAIGNBOUSQUET M; MATOS J; GOMA G; LINDLEY ND
      INFLUENCE OF END-PRODUCTS INHIBITION AND NUTRIENT LIMITATIONS ON THE GROWTH OF LACTOCOCCUS-LACTIS SUBSP LACTIS

      Journal of applied microbiology
    23. DOMINGUEZ H; COCAIGNBOUSQUET M; LINDLEY ND
      SIMULTANEOUS CONSUMPTION OF GLUCOSE AND FRUCTOSE FROM SUGAR MIXTURES DURING BOTCH GROWTH OF CORYNEBACTERIUM-GLUTAMICUM

      Applied microbiology and biotechnology
    24. NOVAK L; COCAIGNBOUSQUET M; LINDLEY ND; LOUBIERE P
      METABOLISM AND ENERGETICS OF LACTOCOCCUS-LACTIS DURING GROWTH IN COMPLEX OR SYNTHETIC MEDIA

      Applied and environmental microbiology
    25. AMPE F; URIBELARREA JL; ARAGAO GMF; LINDLEY ND
      BENZOATE DEGRADATION VIA THE ORTHO PATHWAY IN ALCALIGENES-EUTROPHUS IS PERTURBED BY SUCCINATE

      Applied and environmental microbiology
    26. DOLS M; CHRAIBI W; REMAUDSIMEON M; LINDLEY ND; MONSAN PF
      GROWTH AND ENERGETICS OF LEUCONOSTOC-MESENTEROIDES NRRL B-1299 DURINGMETABOLISM OF VARIOUS SUGARS AND THEIR CONSEQUENCES FOR DEXTRANSUCRASE PRODUCTION

      Applied and environmental microbiology
    27. GARRIGUES C; LOUBIERE P; LINDLEY ND; COCAIGNBOUSQUET M
      CONTROL OF THE SHIFT FROM HOMOLACTIC ACID TO MIXED-ACID FERMENTATION IN LACTOCOCCUS-LACTIS - PREDOMINANT ROLE OF THE NADH NAD(+) RATIO/

      Journal of bacteriology
    28. AMPE F; LINDLEY ND
      FLUX LIMITATIONS IN THE ORTHO PATHWAY OF BENZOATE DEGRADATION OF ALCALIGENES-EUTROPHUS - METABOLITE OVERFLOW AND INDUCTION OF THE META PATHWAY AT HIGH SUBSTRATE CONCENTRATIONS

      Microbiology
    29. AMPE F; LEONARD D; LINDLEY ND
      GROWTH-PERFORMANCE AND PATHWAY FLUX DETERMINE SUBSTRATE PREFERENCE OFALCALIGENES-EUTROPHUS DURING GROWTH ON ACETATE PLUS AROMATIC COMPOUNDMIXTURES

      Applied microbiology and biotechnology
    30. ARAGAO GMF; LINDLEY ND; URIBELARREA JL; PAREILLEUX A
      MAINTAINING A CONTROLLED RESIDUAL GROWTH CAPACITY INCREASES THE PRODUCTION OF POLYHYDROXYALKANOATE COPOLYMERS BY ALCALIGENES-EUTROPHUS

      Biotechnology letters
    31. LEBLOAS P; LINDLEY ND; LOUBIERE P
      REGULATION OF CARBON AND ENERGY-METABOLISM DURING THE LINEAR GROWTH-PHASE IN BATCH FERMENTATIONS OF THE ACETOGENIC METHYLOTROPH EUBACTERIUM-LIMOSUM ON MATHANOL CO2/

      Enzyme and microbial technology
    32. COCAIGNBOUSQUET M; GUYONVARCH A; LINDLEY ND
      GROWTH RATE-DEPENDENT MODULATION OF CARBON FLUX THROUGH CENTRAL METABOLISM AND THE KINETIC CONSEQUENCES FOR GLUCOSE-LIMITED CHEMOSTAT CULTURES OF CORYNEBACTERIUM-GLUTAMICUM

      Applied and environmental microbiology
    33. DOMINGUEZ H; LINDLEY ND
      COMPLETE SUCROSE METABOLISM REQUIRES FRUCTOSE PHOSPHOTRANSFERASE ACTIVITY IN CORYNEBACTERIUM-GLUTAMICUM TO ENSURE PHOSPHORYLATION OF LIBERATED FRUCTOSE

      Applied and environmental microbiology
    34. LOUBIERE P; NOVAK L; COCAIGNBOUSQUET M; LINDLEY ND
      NUTRITIONAL-REQUIREMENTS OF LACTIC-ACID B ACTERIA - INTERACTIONS BETWEEN CARBON AND NITROGEN FLUX

      Le Lait
    35. COCAIGNBOUSQUET M; GARRIGUES C; LOUBIERE P; LINDLEY ND
      PHYSIOLOGY OF PYRUVATE METABOLISM IN LACTOCOCCUS-LACTIS

      Antonie van Leeuwenhoek
    36. LINDLEY ND
      ANALYSIS AND ENGINEERING OF METABOLIC NETWORKS

      Biofutur
    37. COCAIGNBOUSQUET M; LINDLEY ND
      PYRUVATE OVERFLOW AND CARBON FLUX WITHIN THE CENTRAL METABOLIC PATHWAYS OF CORYNEBACTERIUM-GLUTAMICUM DURING GROWTH ON LACTATE

      Enzyme and microbial technology
    38. AMPE F; LINDLEY ND
      ACETATE UTILIZATION IS INHIBITED BY BENZOATE IN ALCALIGENES-EUTROPHUS- EVIDENCE FOR TRANSCRIPTIONAL CONTROL OF THE EXPRESSION OF ACOE CODING FOR ACETYL-COENZYME-A SYNTHETASE

      Journal of bacteriology
    39. COCAIGNBOUSQUET M; GARRIGUES C; NOVAK L; LINDLEY ND; LOUBIERE P
      RATIONAL DEVELOPMENT OF A SIMPLE SYNTHETIC MEDIUM FOR THE SUSTAINED GROWTH OF LACTOCOCCUS-LACTIS

      Journal of Applied Bacteriology
    40. LINDLEY ND
      BIOCONVERSION AND BIODEGRADATION OF ALIPHATIC-HYDROCARBONS

      Canadian journal of botany
    41. LOUBIERE P; LINDLEY ND
      METHYLOTROPHIC GROWTH OF A MUTANT STRAIN OF THE ACETOGENIC BACTERIUM EUBACTERIUM-LIMOSUM THAT USES ACETATE AS COSUBSTRATE IN THE ABSENCE OFCO2

      FEMS microbiology letters
    42. LOUBIERE P; LINDLEY ND
      METHYLOTROPHIC GROWTH OF A MUTANT STRAIN OF THE ACETOGENIC BACTERIUM EUBACTERIUM-LIMOSUM THAT USES ACETATE AS COSUBSTRATE IN THE ABSENCE OFCO2

      FEMS microbiology letters
    43. LINDLEY ND
      EFB WORKSHOP - PHYSIOLOGY OF MICROBIAL-GROWTH AT HIGH CELL DENSITIES

      FEMS microbiology reviews
    44. LEBLOAS P; LOUBIERE P; LINDLEY ND
      USE OF UNICARBON SUBSTRATE MIXTURES TO MODIFY CARBON FLUX IMPROVES VITAMIN-B12 PRODUCTION WITH THE ACETOGENIC METHYLOTROPH EUBACTERIUM-LIMOSUM

      Biotechnology letters
    45. HAON S; AUGE S; TROPIS M; MILON A; LINDLEY ND
      LOW-COST PRODUCTION OF PERDEUTERATED BIOMASS USING METHYLOTROPHIC YEASTS

      Journal of labelled compounds & radiopharmaceuticals
    46. COCAIGN M; MONNET C; LINDLEY ND
      BATCH KINETICS OF CORYNEBACTERIUM-GLUTAMICUM DURING GROWTH ON VARIOUSCARBON SUBSTRATES - USE OF SUBSTRATE MIXTURES TO LOCALIZE METABOLIC BOTTLENECKS

      Applied microbiology and biotechnology
    47. DOMINGUEZ H; NEZONDET C; LINDLEY ND; COCAIGN M
      MODIFIED CARBON FLUX DURING OXYGEN LIMITED GROWTH OF CORYNEBACTERIUM-GLUTAMICUM AND THE CONSEQUENCES FOR AMINO-ACID OVERPRODUCTION

      Biotechnology letters
    48. LEBLOAS P; GUILBERT N; LOUBIERE P; LINDLEY ND
      GROWTH-INHIBITION AND PYRUVATE OVERFLOW DURING GLUCOSE-METABOLISM OF EUBACTERIUM-LIMOSUM ARE RELATED TO A LIMITED CAPACITY TO REASSIMILATE CO2 BY THE ACETYL-COA PATHWAY

      Journal of General Microbiology


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