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Mario Jolicoeur

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Department of Chemical Engineering

Publications

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1 F. Murschel, C. Fortier, M. Jolicoeur, R.S. Hodges, G. De Crescenzo (2017). Two Complementary Approaches for the Controlled Release of Biomolecules Immobilized via Coiled-Coil Interactions: Peptide Core Mutations and Multivalent PresentationBiomacromolecules, 18(3), p. 965-975. DOI : 10.1021/acs.biomac.6b01830 
2 S. Peres, M. Jolicœur, C. Moulin, P. Dague, S. Schuster (2017). How important is thermodynamics for identifying elementary flux modes?Plos One, 12(2), 20 pages. DOI : 10.1371/journal.pone.0171440 
3 X.J. Ren, X.H. Zhao, F. Turcotte, J.S. Deschenes, R. Tremblay, M. Jolicoeur (2017). Current lipid extraction methods are significantly enhanced adding a water treatment step in Chlorella protothecoidesMicrobial Cell Factories, 16, 13 pages. DOI : 10.1186/s12934-017-0633-9 
4 S. Noel, C. Fortier, F. Murschel, A. Belzil, G. Gaudet, M. Jolicoeur, G. De Crescenzo (2016). Co-immobilization of adhesive peptides and VEGF within a dextran-based coating for vascular applicationsActa Biomaterialia, 37, p. 69-82. DOI : 10.1016/j.actbio.2016.03.043 
5 X.J. Ren, J.K. Chen, J.S. Deschenes, R. Tremblay, M. Jolicoeur (2016). Glucose feeding recalibrates carbon flux distribution and favours lipid accumulation in Chlorella protothecoides through cell energetic managementAlgal Research-Biomass Biofuels and Bioproducts, 14, p. 83-91. DOI : 10.1016/j.algal.2016.01.004 
6 S. Fernandes, J. Robitaille, G. Bastin, M. Jolicoeur, A. Vande Wouwer (2016). Application of Dynamic Metabolic Flux Convex Analysis to CHO-DXB11 Cell Fed-batch CulturesIFAC-PapersOnLine, 49(7), p. 466-471. DOI : 10.1016/j.ifacol.2016.07.386 
7 F. Murschel, C. Fortier, R. Hodges, M. Jolicoeur, G. De Crescenzo (2016). Coiled-coil interactions: a versatile bioaffinity system for the oriented immobilization and tunable release of biomolecules from biomaterials10th World Biomaterials Congress (WBC 2016). DOI : 10.3389/conf.fbioe.2016.01.01520 
8 F. Murschel, A. Zaimi, S. Noel, M. Jolicoeur, G. De Crescenzo (2016). Amphiphilic coil-tags for the direct and oriented adsorption of growth factors on biomaterialsFrontiers in Bioengineering and Biotechnology, 4. DOI : 10.3389/conf.FBIOE.2016.01.00062 
9 X.H. Zhao, S. Condruz, J.K. Chen, M. Jolicoeur (2016). A quantitative metabolomics study of high sodium response in Clostridium acetobutylicum ATCC 824 acetone-butanol-ethanol (ABE) fermentationScientific Reports, 6, 13 pages. DOI : 10.1038/srep28307 
10 M. Jolicoeur, E. Arnold, I. Hammami, J. Chen, Y. Durocher, S. Gupte (2016). Overexpression of G6PDH does not affect the behavior of HEK-293 clones stably expressing interferon-a2bAIMS Bioengineering, 3(3), p. 319-336. DOI : 10.3934/bioeng.2016.3.319 
11 M. Prudent, B. Rochat, G. Goffaux, L. Marvin, F. Stauber, J. Tissot, M. Jolicoeur, N. Lion (2016). Dynamic Metabolic Flux Analysis of Stored Red Blood Cells. Transfusion, 56, p. 25A.
12 S. Fernandes, J. Robitaille, G. Bastin, M. Jolicoeur, A.V. Wouwer (2016). Dynamic metabolic flux analysis of underdetermined and overdetermined metabolic networksIFAC-PapersOnLine, 49(26), p. 318-323. DOI : 10.1016/j.ifacol.2016.12.146 
13 F. Murschel, C. Fortier, M. Jolicoeur, G. De Crescenzo, R.S. Hodges (2016). Controlled release of growth factors from biomaterials using coiled-coil interactions. 66th Canadian Chemical Engineering Conference.
14 J. Robitaille, J.K. Chen, M. Jolicoeur (2015). A Single Dynamic Metabolic Model Can Describe mAb Producing CHO Cell Batch and Fed-Batch Cultures on Different Culture MediaPlos One, 10(9), 23 pages. DOI : 10.1371/journal.pone.0136815 
15 F. Murschel, A. Zaimi, S. Noel, M. Jolicoeur, G. De Crescenzo (2015). Specific Adsorption via Peptide Tags: Oriented Grafting and Release of Growth Factors for Tissue EngineeringBiomacromolecules, 16(11), p. 3445-3454. DOI : 10.1021/acs.biomac.5b00955 
16 Z. Sheikholeslami, M. Jolicoeur, O. Henry (2014). Elucidating the effects of postinduction glutamine feeding on the growth and productivity of CHO cellsBiotechnology Progress, 30(3), p. 535-546. DOI : 10.1002/btpr.1907 
17 A. Ghorbaniaghdam, O. Henry, M. Jolicoeur (2014). An in-silico study of the regulation of CHO cells glycolysisJournal of theoretical biology, 357, p. 112-122. DOI : 10.1016/j.jtbi.2014.04.035 
18 A. Ghorbaniaghdam, J. Chen, O. Henry, M. Jolicoeur (2014). Analyzing clonal variation of monoclonal antibody-producing CHO cell lines using an in-silico metabolomic platformPLOS One, 9(3). DOI : 10.1371/journal.pone.0090832 
19 L. Binan, C. Tendey, G. De Crescenzo, R. El Ayoubi, A. Ajji, M. Jolicoeur (2014). Differentiation of neuronal stem cells into motor neurons using electrospun poly-L-lactic acid/gelatin scaffoldBiomaterials, 35(2), p. 664-674. DOI : 10.1016/j.biomaterials.2013.09.097 
20 L. Binan, A. Ajji, G. De Crescenzo, M. Jolicoeur (2014). Approaches for Neural Tissue RegenerationStem Cell Reviews and Reports, 10(1), p. 44-59. DOI : 10.1007/s12015-013-9474-z 
21 A. Valancin, B. Srinivasan, J. Rivoal, M. Jolicoeur (2013). Analyzing the effect of decreasing cytosolic triosephosphate isomerase on Solanum tuberosum hairy root cells using a kinetic-metabolic modelBiotechnology and Bioengineering, 110(3), p. 924-935. DOI : 10.1002/bit.24747 
22 Z. Sheikholeslami, M. Jolicoeur, O. Henry (2013). The impact of the timing of induction on the metabolism and productivity of CHO cells in cultureBiochemical Engineering Journal, 79, p. 162-171. DOI : 10.1016/j.bej.2013.07.015 
23 Z. Sheikholeslami, M. Jolicoeur, O. Henry (2013). Probing the metabolism of an inducible mammalian expression system using extracellular isotopomer analysisJournal of Biotechnology, 164(4), p. 469-478. DOI : 10.1016/j.jbiotec.2013.01.025 
24 F. Murschel, B. Liberelle, G. St-Laurent, M. Jolicoeur, Y. Durocher, G. De Crescenzo (2013). Coiled-Coil-Mediated Grafting of Bioactive Vascular Endothelial Growth FactorActa Biomaterialia, 9(6), p. 6806-6813. DOI : 10.1016/j.actbio.2013.02.032 
25 C.D. Hoemann, J. Guzman-Morales, N. Tran-Khanh, G. Lavallee, M. Jolicoeur, M. Lavertu (2013). Chitosan Rate of Uptake in Hek293 Cells Is Influenced by Soluble Versus Microparticle State and Enhanced by Serum-Induced Cell Metabolism and Lactate-Based Media Acidification. Molecules, 18(1), p. 1015-1035.
26 A. Hadjizadeh, A. Ajji, M. Jolicoeur, B. Liberelle, G. De Crescenzo (2013). Effects of electrospun nanostructure versus microstructure on human aortic endothelial cell behaviorJournal of Biomedical Nanotechnology, 9(7), p. 1195-1209. DOI : 10.1166/jbn.2013.1622 
27 A. Ghorbaniaghdam, O. Henry, M. Jolicoeur (2013). A kinetic-metabolic model based on cell energetic state: study of CHO cells behaviour under Na-butyrate stimulationBioprocess and Biosystems Engineering, 36(4), p. 469-487. DOI : 10.1007/s00449-012-0804-3 
28 E. Claeyssen, S. Dorion, A. Clendenning, J.Z. He, O. Wally, J.K. Chen, E.L. Auslender, M.C. Moisan, M. Jolicoeur, J. Rivoal (2013). The Futile Cycling of Hexose Phosphates Could Account for the Fact That Hexokinase Exerts a High Control on Glucose Phosphorylation but Not on Glycolytic Rate in Transgenic Potato (Solanum Tuberosum) Roots. Plos One, 8(1).
29 I. Hammami, J.K. Chen, F. Murschel, V. Bronte, G. De Crescenzo, M. Jolicoeur (2012). Immunosuppressive Activity Enhances Central Carbon Metabolism and Bioenergetics in Myeloid-Derived Suppressor Cells in Vitro ModelsBMC Cell Biology, 13, 15 pages. DOI : 10.1186/1471-2121-13-18 
30 I. Hammami, J.K. Chen, V. Bronte, G. De Crescenzo, M. Jolicoeur (2012). L-Glutamine Is a Key Parameter in the Immunosuppression PhenomenonBiochemical and Biophysical Research Communications, 425(4), p. 724-729. DOI : 10.1016/j.bbrc.2012.07.139 
31 I. Hammami, M. Bertrand, J. Chen, V. Bronte, G. De Crescenzo, M. Jolicoeur (2012). Nitric Oxide Affects Immune Cells Bioenergetics: Long-Term Effects of Nitric-Oxide Derivatives on Leukaemic Jurkat Cell Metabolism.Immunobiology, 217(8), p. 808-815. DOI : 10.1016/j.imbio.2012.05.005 
32 S. Chegini, M. Marinova, H. Chadjaa, M. Jolicoeur, J. Paris (2012). Butanol production from hemicelluloses hydrolysates. 62nd Canadian Chemical Engineering Conference.
33 J. Mailier, A. Delmotte, M. Cloutier, M. Jolicoeur, A.V. Wouwer (2011). Parametric sensitivity analysis and reduction of a detailed nutritional model of plant cell cultures. Biotechnology and Bioengineering, 108(5), p. 1108-1118.
34 O. Henry, M. Jolicoeur, A. Kamen (2011). Unraveling the metabolism of HEK-293 cells using lactate isotopomer analysis. Bioprocess and Biosystems Engineering, 34(3), p. 263-73.
35 I. Hammami, J. Chen, V. Bronte, G. De Crescenzo, M. Jolicoeur (2011). Myeloid-derived suppressor cells exhibit two bioenergetic steady-states in vitroJournal of Biotechnology, 152(1-2), p. 43-48. DOI : 10.1016/j.jbiotec.2011.01.009 
36 A. Gigout, J.-C. Ruiz, M.R. Wertheimer, M. Jolicoeur, S. Lerouge (2011). Nitrogen-Rich Plasma-Polymerized Coatings on PET and PTFE Surfaces Improve Endothelial Cell Attachment and Resistance to Shear Flow. Macromolecular Bioscience, 11(8), p. 1110-1119.
37 L. Lioussanne, F. Perreault, M. Jolicoeur, M. St-Arnaud (2010). The bacterial community of tomato rhizosphere is modified by inoculation with arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi but unaffected by soil enrichment with mycorrhizal root exudates or inoculation with Phytophthora nicotianae. Soil Biology and Biochemistry, 42(3), p. 473-483.
38 B. Liberelle, C. Boucher, M. Jolicoeur, Y. Durocher, G. De Crescenzo (2010). Impact of epidermal growth factor tethering strategy on cellular response. Bioconjugate chemistry, 21, p. 2257-2266.
39 B. Liberelle, L. Bartholin, C. Boucher, F. Murschel, M. Jolicoeur, Y. Durocher, A. Merzouki, G. De Crescenzo (2010). New Elisa Approach Based on Coiled-Coil Interactions. Journal of Immunological Methods, 362(1-2), p. 161-167.
40 C. Boucher, G. St-Laurent, M. Jolicoeur, G. De Crescenzo, Y. Durocher (2010). Protein Detection by Western Blot Via Coiled-Coil Interactions. Analytical Biochemistry, 399(1), p. 138-140.
41 C. Boucher, J.-C. Ruiz, M. Thibault, M.D. Buschmann, M.R. Wertheimer, M. Jolicoeur, Y. Durocher, G. De Crescenzo (2010). Human corneal epithelial cell response to epidermal growth factor tethered via coiled-coil interactions. Biomaterials, 31(27), p. 7021-7031.
42 E.B. Boivin, E.T. Lepage, D.P. Matton, G. De Crescenzo, M. Jolicoeur (2010). Transient expression of antibodies in suspension plant cell suspension cultures is enhanced when co-transformed with the tomato bushy stunt virus p19 viral suppressor of gene silencing. Biotechnology Progress, 26(6), p. 1534-1543.
43 M. Ben-Tchavtchavadze, J. Chen, M. Perrier, M. Jolicoeur (2010). A noninvasive technique for the measurement of the energetic state of free-suspension mammalian cells. Biotechnology Progress, 26(2), p. 532-541.
44 S. Nguyen, S. Hisiger, M. Jolicoeur, F.M. Winnik, M.D. Buschmann (2009). Fractionation and characterization of chitosan by analytical SEC and 1H NMR after semi-preparative SEC. Carbohydrate Polymers, 75(4), p. 636-645.
45 V. McMurray-Beaulieu, S. Hisiger, C. Durand, M. Perrier, M. Jolicoeur (2009). Na-butyrate sustains energetic states of metabolism and t-PA productivity of CHO cells. Journal of Bioscience and Bioengineering, 108(2), p. 160-167.
46 L. Lioussanne, M. Jolicoeur, M. St-Arnaud (2009). Role of the Modification in Root Exudation Induced by Arbuscular Mycorrhizal Colonization on the Intraradical Growth of Phytophthora Nicotianae in Tomato. Mycorrhiza, 19(6), p. 443-448.
47 A. Gigout, A. Major, P.-L. Girard-Lauriault, M.R. Wertheimer, S. Lereouge, M. Jolicoeur (2009). PPE:N coatings on PET films enhance HUVEC adhesion and -retention under flow. 5th International Conference on Microtechnologies in Medicine and Biology, p. 252-253.
48 A. Gigout, S. Levasseur, P.-L. Girard-Lauriault, M.D. Buschmann, M.R. Wertheimer, M. Jolicoeur (2009). CHO cells adhering to nitrogen-rich plasma-polymerised ethylene exhibit high production of a specific recombinant protein. Macromolecular Bioscience, 9(10), p. 979-988.
49 A. Gigout, M.D. Buschmann, M. Jolicoeur (2009). Chondrocytes cultured in stirred suspension with serum-free medium containing pluronic-68 aggregate and proliferate while maintaining their differentiated phenotype. Tissue Engineering. Part A, 15(8), p. 2237-2248.
50 M. Cloutier, J.K. Chen, F. Tatge, V. Mcmurray-Beaulieu, M. Perrier, M. Jolicoeur (2009). Kinetic Metabolic Modelling for the Control of Plant Cells Cytoplasmic Phosphate. Journal of Theoretical Biology, 259(1), p. 118-131.
51 M. Cloutier, J.K. Chen, C. De Dobbeleer, M. Perrier, M. Jolicoeur (2009). A Systems Approach to Plant Bioprocess Optimization. Plant Biotechnology Journal, 7(9), p. 939-951.
52 C. Boucher, B. Liberelle, M. Jolicoeur, Y. Durocher, G. De Crescenzo (2009). Epidermal Growth Factor Tethered Through Coiled-Coil Interactions Induces Cell Surface Receptor Phosphorylation. Bioconjugate Chemistry, 20(8), p. 1569-1577.
53 F. Poulin, R. Jacquemart, G. De Crescenzo, M. Jolicoeur, R. Legros (2008). A Study of the Interaction of Hek-293 Cells With Streamline Chelating Adsorbent in Expanded Bed Operation. Biotechnology Progress, 24(1), p. 279-282.
54 L. Lioussanne, M. Jolicoeur, M. St-Arnaud (2008). Mycorrhizal Colonization With Glomus Intraradices and Development Stage of Transformed Tomato Roots Significantly Modify the Chemotactic Response of Zoospores of the Pathogen Phytophthora Nicotianae. Soil Biology & Biochemistry, 40(9), p. 2217-2224.
55 R. Jacquemart, N. Chavane, Y. Durocher, C. Hoemann, G. De Crescenzo, M. Jolicoeur (2008). At Line Monitoring of Bioreactor Protein Production by Surface Plamon Resonance. Biotechnology and Bioengineering, 100(1), p. 184-188.
56 A. Gigout, M. Jolicoeur, M. Nelea, N. Raynal, R. Farndale, M.D. Buschmann (2008). Chondrocyte Aggregation in Suspension Culture Is Gfoger-Gpp- and Beta 1 Integrin-Dependent. Journal of Biological Chemistry, 283(46), p. 31522-31530.
57 A. Gigout, M. Jolicoeur, M.D. Buschmann (2008). Chondrocytes cultured in stirred suspension permit phenotype maintenance and cell proliferation. XXIe Federation of European Connective Tissue Societies meeting.
58 A. Gigout, M. Jolicoeur, M.D. Buschmann (2008). Chondrocyte aggregation in suspension is mediated by collagen type II binding to a [beta]1-containing integrin that is consistent with [alpha]10[beta]1. XXIe Federation of European Connective Tissue Societies meeting.
59 A. Gigout, M.D. Buschmann, M. Jolicoeur (2008). The Fate of Pluronic F-68 in Chondrocytes and Cho Cells. Biotechnology and Bioengineering, 100(5), p. 975-987.
60 A. Gigout, M.D. Buschmann, M. Jolicoeur (2008). Chondrocyte aggregation in suspension culture is mediated by integrins and collagen. 54th Annual Meeting of the Orthopaedic Research Society.
61 S. Generelli, S. Generelli, R. Jacquemart, N.F. de Rooij, M. Jolicoeur, M. Koudelka-Hep, O.T. Guenat (2008). Potentiometric platform for the quantification of cellular potassium efflux. Lab on a Chip, 8(7), p. 1210-1215.
62 A. Demolliens, C. Boucher, Y. Durocher, M. Jolicoeur, M.D. Buschmann, G. De Crescenzo (2008). Tyrosinase-Catalyzed Synthesis of a Universal Coil-Chitosan Bioconjugate for Protein Immobilization. Bioconjugate Chemistry, 19(9), p. 1849-1854.
63 G. De Crescenzo, C. Boucher, Y. Durocher, M. Jolicoeur (2008). Kinetic characterization by surface plasmon resonance-based biosensors : Principle and emerging trends. Cellular and molecular Bioengineering, 1(4), p. 204-215.
64 M. Cloutier, E. Bouchard-Marchand, M. Perrier, M. Jolicoeur (2008). A predictive nutritional model for plant cells and hairy roots. Biotechnology and Bioengineering, 99(1), p. 189-200.
65 N. Chavane, R. Jacquemart, C.D. Hoemann, M. Jolicoeur, G. De Crescenzo (2008). At-Line Quantification of Bioactive Antibody in Bioreactor by Surface Plasmon Resonance Using Epitope Detection. Analytical Biochemistry, 378(2), p. 158-165.
66 C. Boucher, G. St-Laurent, M. Loignon, M. Jolicoeur, G. De Crescenzo, Y. Durocher (2008). The Bioactivity and Receptor Affinity of Recombinant Tagged Egf Designed for Tissue Engineering Applications Is Defined by the Nature and Position of the Tags. Tissue Engineering, Part A, 14(12), p. 2069-2077.
67 M. Jolicoeur, R. Legros, C. De Dobbeleer, S. Hisiger (2007). High-rate perfusion bioreactor. (No de brevet - WO 2007071072 (demande)).
68 S. Hisiger, M. Jolicoeur (2007). Analysis of Catharanthus roseus alkaloids by HPLC. Phytochemistry Reviews, 6(2-3), p. 207-234.
69 A. Gigout, M.D. Buschmann, M. Jolicoeur (2007). Chondrocytes cultures in stirred suspension bioreactors with pluronic F68 maintain viability with limited cell aggregation and internalize pluronic F68. 53rd Annual Meeting of the Orthopaedic Research Society.
70 A. Gigout, M.D. Buschmann, M. Jolicoeur (2007). Chondrocyte aggregation in suspension culture is mediated by integrins for freshly isolated chondrocytes and by integrins and N-cadherins for passaged chondrocytes. 53rd Annual Meeting of the Orthopaedic Research Society.
71 A. Gigout, M.D. Buschmann, M. Jolicoeur (2007). Chondrocyte aggregation in suspension culture is mediated by integrins. 7th World Congress International Society for Cartilage Repair.
72 M. Cloutier, M. Perrier, M. Jolicoeur (2007). Dynamic sensitivity analysis of hairy roots primary metabolism. 8th International Symposium on Dynamics and Control of Process Systems, p. 297-302.
73 M. Cloutier, M. Perrier, M. Jolicoeur (2007). Dynamic Flux Cartography of Hairy Roots Primary Metabolism. Phytochemistry, 68(16-18), p. 2393-2404.
74 M. Ben-Tchavtchavadze, M. Perrier, M. Jolicoeur, M. Ben-Tchavtchavadze (2007). Small-scale bioreactor platform for bioprocess optimization. Pharmaceutical Engineering, 27(5).
75 L. Lioussanne, A. Keough, M. Jolicoeur, M. St-Arnaud (2006). Antagonism of Glomus Mosseae Spore-Associated Bacteria on Phytophthora Nicotianae, in Vitro.. Canadian Journal of Plant Pathology, 28(2), p. 357.
76 L. Lioussanne, M. Jolicoeur, M. St-Arnaud (2006). Is the Inhibition of Phytophthora Nicotianae in Tomato Roots Induced by Arbuscular Mycorrhizae Fungi Related to Changes in Root Exudation?. Canadian Journal of Plant Pathology, 28(2), p. 357.
77 M. Leduc, C. Tikhomiroff, M. Cloutier, M. Perrier, M. Jolicoeur (2006). Development of a kinetic metabolic model: Application to Catharanthus roseus hairy root. Bioprocess and Biosystems Engineering, 28(5), p. 295-313.
78 M. Klvana, J.K. Chen, F. Lepine, R. Legros, M. Jolicoeur (2006). Analysis of Secondary Metabolites From Eschscholtzia Californica by High-Performance Liquid Chromatography. Phytochemical Analysis, 17(4), p. 236-242.
79 A. Gigout, M. Jolicoeur, M.D. Buschmann (2006). Characterisation and control of chondrocyte aggregation in suspension culture. Transactions International Society for Cartilage Repair.
80 A. Gigout, M. Jolicoeur, M.D. Buschmann (2006). Chondrocyte aggregation in suspension culture is mediated by lintegrins for freshly isolated chondrocytes and by integrins and N-cadherins for passaged chondrocytes. Transactions 56th Canadian Chemical Engineering Conference.
81 A. Gigout, M. Jolicoeur, M.D. Buschmann (2006). Chondrocyte aggregation in suspension culture is mediated by lintegrins for freshly isolated chondrocytes and by integrins and N-cadherins for passaged chondrocytes. Tissue Engineering and Regenerative Medecine International Society.
82 A. Gigout, M.D. Buschmann, M. Jolicoeur (2006). Chondrocytes cultured in stirred suspension bioreactors with plruonic F68 maintain viability with limited cell aggregation and internalize pluronic F68. Transactions 56th Canadian Chemical Engineering Conference.
83 A. Gigout, M.D. Buschmann, M. Jolicoeur (2006). Chondrocytes cultured in stirred suspension bioreactors with plruonic F68 maintain viability with limited cell aggregation and internalize pluronic F68. Tissue Engineering and Regenerative Medecine International Society.
84 M. Dupla, Y. Comeau, S. Parent, R. Villemur, M. Jolicoeur (2006). Design optimization of a self-cleaning moving-bed bioreactor for seawater denitrification. Water Research, 40(2), p. 249-258.
85 C. De Dobbeleer, M. Cloutier, M. Fouilland, R. Legros, M. Jolicoeur (2006). A high-rate perfusion bioreactor for plant cells. Biotechnology and Bioengineering, 95(6), p. 1126-1137.
86 M.G. Aucoin, V. Mcmurray-Beaulieu, F. Poulin, E.B. Boivin, J.K. Chen, F.M. Ardelean, M. Cloutier, Y.J. Choi, C.B. Miguez, M. Jolicoeur (2006). Identifying Conditions for Inducible Protein Production in E. Coli: Combining a Fed-Batch and Multiple Induction Approach. Microbial Cell Factories, 5.
87 L. Lamboursain, M. Jolicoeur (2005). Critical influence of Eschscholzia californica cells nutritional state on secondary metabolite production. Biotechnology and Bioengineering, 91(7), p. 827-837.
88 L. Lamboursain, M. Jolicoeur (2005). Determination of cell concentration in a plant cell suspension using a fluorescence microplate reader. Plant cell report, 23(10-11), p. 665-672.
89 M.-A. Labelle, P. Juteau, M. Jolicoeur, R. Villemur, S. Parent, Y. Comeau (2005). Seawater denitrification in a closed mesocosm by a submerged moving bed biofilm reactor. Water Research, 39(14), p. 3409-3417.
90 M. Jolicoeur (2005). Extracting alkaloids from plant cell culture. Industrial Bioprocessing, 27(2), p. 8.
91 S. Hisiger, M. Jolicoeur (2005). Plant Cell Culture Monitoring Using an in Situ Multiwavelength Fluorescence Probe. Biotechnology Progress, 21(2), p. 580-589.
92 S. Hisiger, M. Jolicoeur (2005). A multiwavelength fluorescence probe: Is one probe capable for on-line monitoring of recombinant protein production and biomass activity?. Journal of Biotechnology, 117(4), p. 325-336.
93 A. Gigout, M. Jolicoeur, M.D. Buschmann (2005). Low medium calcium content promotes chondrocytes phenotype in suspension and monolayer culture. Transactions 11th Canadian Connective Tissue Conference.
94 A. Gigout, M. Jolicoeur, M.D. Buschmann (2005). Low Calcium Levels in Serum-Free Media Maintain Chondrocyte Phenotype in Monolayer Culture and Reduce Chondrocyte Aggregation in Suspension Culture. Osteoarthritis and Cartilage, 13(11), p. 1012-1024.
95 A. Gigout, M.D. Buschmann, M. Jolicoeur (2005). Low medium calcium content promotes chondrocytes phenotype in suspension and monolayer culture. Transactions of the Orthopedic Research Society.
96 M. Klvana, R. Legros, M. Jolicoeur (2004). In Situ extraction strategy affects benzophenanthridine alkaloid production fluxes in suspension cultures of Eschscholtzia californica. Biotechnology and Bioengineering, 89(3), p. 280-289.
97 D. Gmati, J. Chen, M. Jolicoeur (2004). Development of a small-scale bioreactor: application to in vivo NMR measurement. Biotechnology and Bioengineering, 89(2), p. 138-147.
98 M. Cloutier, M. Jolicoeur, M. Perrier (2004). Kinetic metabolic model to study plant cells metabolism's controllability. Metabolic engineering V conference.
99 M. Cloutier, M. Jolicoeur, M. Perrier (2004). Generic modeling approach to study plant cells behavior. 54th CDChE annual meeting.
100 L. Lamboursain, M. Jolicoeur (2003). In Vitro Production of Secondary Metabolites by Cultivated Plant Cells: the Crucial Role of the Cell Nutritional Status. Plant Biotechnology 2002 and Beyond, p. 491-495.
101 K. Labour, M. Jolicoeur, M. St-Arnaud (2003). Arbuscular Mycorrhizal Responsiveness of in Vitro Tomato Root Lines Is Not Related to Growth and Nutrient Uptake RatesCanadian Journal of Botany, 81(7), p. 645-656. DOI : 10.1139/b03-057 
102 M. Jolicoeur, E. Bouchard-Marchand, G. Becard, M. Perrier (2002). Regulation of Mycorrhizal Symbiosis: Development of a Structured Nutritional Dual Model. Ecological Modelling, 158(1-2), p. 121-142.
103 I.H.Y. Yuk, S. Wildt, M. Jolicoeur, D.I.C. Wang, G. Stephanopoulos (2002). A Gfp-Based Screen for Growth-Arrested, Recombinant Protein- Producing Cells. Biotechnology and Bioengineering, 79(1), p. 74-82.
104 C. Tikhomiroff, L. Lamboursain, M. Jolicoeur (2002). Development of a dual biokinetic-metabolic model for secondary metabolites production by plant cells. Computer Applications in Biotechnology 2001, p. 373-378.
105 C. Tikhomiroff, M. Jolicoeur (2002). Screening of Catharanthus roseus secondary metabolites by high-performance liquid chromatography. Journal of Chromatography A, 955(1), p. 87-93.
106 C. Tikhomiroff, S. Allais, M. Klvana, S. Hisiger, M. Jolicoeur (2002). Continuous selective extraction of secondary metabolites from Catharanthus roseus hairy roots with silicon oil in a two-liquid-phase bioreactor. Biotechnology Progress, 18(5), p. 1003-1009.
107 L. Lamboursain, F. St-Onge, M. Jolicoeur (2002). A lab-built respirometer for plant and animal cell culture. Biotechnology Progress, 18(6), p. 1377-1386.
108 L. Lamboursain, M. Jolicoeur (2002). In vitro production of secondary metabolites by plant cells: the crucial role of the cell nutritional. 10th international association for plant tissue culture & biotechnology congress, p. 491-495.
109 J.A. Fortin, M. St-Arnaud, C. Hamel, C. Chavarie, M. Jolicoeur (1996). Aseptic in vitro endomycorrhizal spore mass production. (No de brevet - US 5554530).

 

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