Florence ARSÈNE-PLOETZE

Maître de conférence / Assistant professor
Téléphone : 03 67 15 53 51

Ses publications

  • FREEL K.C., FOUTEAU S., ROCHE D., FARASIN J., HUBER A., KOECHLER S., PERES M., CHIBOUB O., VARET H., PROUX C., DESCHAMPS J., BRIANDET R., CRUVEILLER S., LIÈVREMONT D., COPPÉE J.Y., BARBE V. and ARSÈNE-PLOETZE F.

    Effect of arsenite and growth in biofilm conditions on the evolution of Thiomonas sp. CB2

    Microbial Genomics, 6(10):mgen00044, 2020. | DOI : 10.1099/mgen.0.000447DOI logo

  • ARSÈNE-PLOETZE F., CHIBOUB O., LIÈVREMONT D., FARASIN J., FREEL K.C., FOUTEAU S. and BARBE V.

    Adaptation in toxic environments: comparative genomics of loci carrying antibiotic resistance genes derived from acid mine drainage waters

    Environmental Science and Pollution Research, 25(2):1470-1483, 2018. | DOI : 10.1007/s11356-017-0535-8DOI logo

  • FARASIN J., KOECHLER S., VARET H., DESCHAMPS J., DILLIES M.A., PROUX C., ERHARDT M., HUBER A., JAGLA B., BRIANDET R., COPPÉE J.Y. and ARSÈNE-PLOETZE F.

    Comparison of biofilm formation and motility processes in arsenic-resistant Thiomonas spp. strains revealed divergent response to arsenite.

    Microbial Biotechnology, 10(4):789-803, 2017. | DOI : 10.1111/1751-7915.12556DOI logo

  • FARASIN J., ANDRES J., CASIOT C., BARBE V., FAERBER J., HALTER D., HEINTZ D., KOECHLER S., LIÈVREMONT D., LUGAN R., MARCHAL M., PLEWNIAK F., SEBY F., BERTIN P.N. and ARSÈNE-PLOETZE F.

    Thiomonas sp. CB2 is able to degrade urea and promote toxic metal precipitation in acid mine drainage waters supplemented with urea.

    Frontiers in Microbiology, 6:993, 2015. | DOI : 10.3389/fmicb.2015.00993DOI logo

  • HALTER D., GOULHEN-CHOLLET F., GALLIEN S., CASIOT C., HAMELIN J., GILARD F., HEINTZ D., SCHAEFFER C., CARAPITO C., VAN DORSSELAER A., TCHERKEZ G., ARSÈNE-PLOETZE F. and BERTIN P.N.

    In situ proteo-metabolomics reveals metabolite secretion by the acid mine drainage bio-indicator, Euglena mutabilis

    ISME Journal, 6:1391-1402, 2012. | DOI : 10.1038/ismej.2011.198DOI logo