Team publications

Molecular approaches for the survey of potentially toxic marine and freshwater phytoplankton species and for the identification and the quantification of their toxins. Humbert et al.

2010. Analytical Bioanalytical Chemistry 397, 1723-1732.

Spatiotemporal changes in the genetic diversity of a bloom-forming Microcystis aeruginosa (cyanobacteria) population.

Briand et al. 2009. The ISME Journal 3, 419-429.

A day in the life of Microcystis aeruginosa PCC7806 as revealed by a transcriptomic approach.

Straub et al. 2011. PLoS One 6, e16208.

Influence of sampling strategies on the monitoring of cyanobacteria in shallow lakes: lessons from a case study in France.

Pobel et al. 2011.
Water Research 45, 1005-1014.

 

• The vertical and horizontal distribution of the toxic cyanobacterium, Planktothrix rubescens, in a French alpine lake is dramatically impacted by internal seiches.

Cuypers et al. 2011. The ISME Journal 5, 580-589.

High-frequency monitoring of phytoplankton dynamics within the European Water Framework Directive: Application to metalimnetic cyanobacteria.

Le Vu et al. 2011. Biogeochemistry 106, 229-242.

Bacterial communities associated with Microcystis colonies differ from free-living communities living in the same ecosystem.

Parveen et al. 2013.
Environmental Microbiology Reports 5, 716-724.

A tribute to disorder in the genome of the freshwater cyanobacterium Microcystis aeruginosa.

Humbert et al. 2013. PLoS One 8, e70747.

Long term evolution in the phytoplankton community of the middle Loire river (France) in relation to local and global changes.

Larroudé et al. 2013.    Global Change Biology 19, 1620-1631.