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Rafael Apolinar
Rafael Apolinar Valiente (Postdoc) 2013-2018

rafael.apolinar.valiente@gmail.com

Purification and biochemical characterization of Acacia gum fractions

Scientific supervisors : Thierry Doco (INRA Montpellier, UMR SPO) et Christian Sanchez (INRA Montpellier, UMR IATE)

Marta Avramova
Marta Avramova (Postdoc) 2018-2020

marta.avramova@inra.fr

Genetic bases of Saccharomyces cerevisiae nitrogen requirement in winemaking context

Scientific supervisor : Bruno Blondin (Montpellier SupAgro, UMR SPO) 

Alexandre Chamas
Alexandre Chamas (Postdoc) 2017-2020

alexandre.chamas@inra.fr

In vivo determination of enzymatic parameters in a metabolic pathway of S. cerevisiae yeast

Scientific supervisor : Virginie Galeote (INRA Montpellier, UMR SPO)

Camille Duc
Camille Duc (Postdoc) 2018-2020

camille.duc@supagro.fr

Effect of the nature of nitrogen on the production of aromatic compounds during alcoholic fermentation

Scientific supervisor : Jean-Roch Mouret (INRA Montpellier, UMR SPO)

Jean-Nicolas Jasmin
Jean-Nicolas Jasmin (Postdoc) 2017-2020

jean-nicolas.jasmin@inra.fr

Moving the wine yeast Saccharomyes cerevisiae up its adaptive peak in grape must

Scientific supervisor : Jean-Luc Legras (INRA Montpellier, UMR SPO)

Sarah Ployon
Sarah Ployon (Postdoc) 2018-2019

sarah.ployon@umontpellier.fr

Characterisation of Botrytis cinerea laccases – Inhibition by polyphenols

Scientific supervisor : Cédric Saucier (Université Montpellier, UMR SPO)

Stéphanie Rollero
Stéphanie Rollero (Postdoc) 2016-2019

rollero@sun.ac.za

Uptake and utilisation of nutrients by non-conventional yeasts: an asset for diversifying and improving wine quality?

Scientific supervisors :  Benoit Divol (IWBT, Stellenbosch University) and Carole Camarasa (INRA Montpellier, UMR SPO)

Postdoc Stéphanie Rollero

Uptake and utilisation of nutrients by non-conventional yeasts: an asset for diversifying and improving wine quality?
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Postdoc Sarah Ployon

Characterization of Botrytis cinerea laccases - Inhibition by polyphenols
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Postdoc Jean-Nicolas Jasmin

Moving the wine yeast Saccharomyces cerevisiae up its adaptive peak in grape must
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Postdoc Rafael Apolinar Valiente

Purification and biochemical characterization of Acacia gum fractions
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Postdoc Camille Duc

Effect of the nature of nitrogen on the production of aromatic compounds during alcoholic fermentation
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Post-doc Alexandre Chamas

In vivo determination of enzymatic parameters in a metabolic pathway of S. cerevisiae yeast
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Post-doc Marta Avramova

Genetic bases of Saccharomyces cerevisiae nitrogen requirement in winemaking context
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