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CRCN-INRAE

Apply and join us as research scientist with your project

A recruitment compain at INRAE as an open competition for positions as research scientists.
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tripartite interactions: host plant - toxigenic fungus – microbiota

Using metabolomics to guide strategies to tackle the issue of the contamination of food and feed with mycotoxins

A review of the literature with specific focus on Fusarium mycotoxins. Published in Food Control
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MycSA_INRAE

New PhD thesis to start in our lab

We are looking for a PhD student to work with us on adaptation of Fusarium graminearum environmental changes
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Toxins-mushroom_extracts

Extracts from Cultivated Edible Mushrooms Affect the Production of Fumonisins B and Fusaric Acid by Fusarium verticillioides

Our new paper published in Toxins
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BMC-Genomics

Evolution of Fusarium tricinctum and Fusarium avenaceum mitochondrial genomes

A new publication of MycSA in BMC Genomics
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Food Control

Aflatoxin B1, the main risk in food safety due to emerging dietary practices in France

Development of a risk-ranking framework to evaluate simultaneously biological and chemical hazards related to food safety: Application to emerging...
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Revue Enniatines

Enniatins, 'emmerging mycotoxins'

The Fusarium Mycotoxins Enniatins: an updated review of their occurrence, the producing Fusarium species and the abiotic determinants of their...
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Savoie et al. 2019

A new Review paper under open access

Using mushroom-forming fungi in preventing and reducing mycotoxins in cereal products
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Project Bandifuté 2020-2021

Project Bandifuté 2020-2021

A new research project at MycSA, funded by INRAE departement SPE (Plant health & environment)
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defensins from ticks

A contribution to a paper on antifungal activities of defensins from hard ticks

Cabezas-Cruz A. et al. Antibacterial and antifungal activity of defensins from the Australian paralysis tick, Ixodes holocyclus
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