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Sabine Matallana-Surget

Contact Informations

Phone : + 33 (0)4 68 88 73 18
Mail(s) : sabine.matallana@obs-banyuls.fr, sabine.matallana.surget@gmail.com

Function and attachment

Post-Doc CNRS in Marine Biotechnology. European Project; MAMBA. 

Career

2005-2009: French Australian PhD Cotutelle. Joint / Double-Badged Doctoral Degree with The University of Pierre et Marie Curie (Paris, FRANCE) and The University of New South Wales (Sydney, AUSTRALIA).

"PHYSIOLOGICAL AND MOLECULAR RESPONSES OF THE MARINE OLIGOTOPHIC ULTRAMICROBACTERIUM SPHINGOPYXIS ALASKENSIS RB2256 TO VISIBLE LIGHT AND ULTRAVIOLET RADIATION."

2009: Post-Doc with the European Space Agency. Micro-Ecological Life Support System Alternative (MELISSA) Project. Department of Proteomics and Microbiology. University of Mons, BELGIUM.

2010 Ongoing:  Post-doc CNRS. Marine Metagenomics for new Biotechnological applications (MAMBA). FP7 European Project.

Publications

[1] Williams TJ, F. Joux, F.M. Lauro , S. Matallana-Surget, Cavicchioli R 2011 Physiology of Marine Oligotrophic Ultrabacteria. In: Horikoshi KA, G.; Bull, A.T.; Robb, F.T.; Stetter, K.O. (ed) Extremophile Handbook. Springer Verlag Heidelberg, Germany, p 1180-1199

[2] Matallana-Surget, S., T. Douki, J. A. Meador, R. Cavicchioli, and F. Joux. 2010. Influence of growth temperature and starvation state on survival and DNA damage induction in the marine bacterium Sphingopyxis alaskensis exposed to UV radiation. Journal of Photochemistry and Photobiology B-Biology 100:51-56.

[3]  Matallana-Surget S., B. Leroy and R. Wattiez, Shotgun proteomics: concept, key points and data mining. Expert. Rev Proteomics. 2010, 7, 5-7.

[4] Matallana-Surget S., F. Joux, M. J. Raftery and R. Cavicchioli, The response of the marine bacterium Sphingopyxis alaskensis to solar radiation assessed by quantitative proteomics, Environ. Microbiol. 2009, 11, 2660–2675.

[5] Matallana-Surget S., T. Douki, R. Cavicchioli and F. Joux, Remarkable resistance to UVB of the marine bacterium Photobacterium angsutum explained by an unexpected role of photolyase, Photochem Photobiol Sci., 2009, 8, 1313-1320.

[6] Matallana-Surget S., J. A. Meador, F. Joux and T. Douki, Effect of the GC content of DNA on the distribution of UVB-induced bipyrimidine photoproducts, Photochem. Photobiol. Sci., 2008, 7, 794–801.

[7] Abboudi M., S. Matallana-Surget, J-F Rontani, R. Sempéré and F. Joux, Physiological alteration of the marine bacterium Vibrio angustum S14 exposed tosimulated sunlight during  growth, Curr. Microbiol., 2008, 57, 412–417.

[8] Matallana-Surget S., F. Joux, P. Lebaron and R. Cavicchioli, Isolation and

characterization of oligotrophic marine bacteria. J. Soc. Biol., 2007, 201, 41–50.

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