NAZARET Sylvie (Université Lyon 1, France)

 

Nazaret

First Name: Sylvie

Name: Nazaret

Position: DR CNRS

Email: sylvie.nazaret@univ-lyon1.fr

Institute / University / Company: Université Lyon1

Research Unit: UMR CNRS 5557 Ecologie Microbienne

Address (city, state): Campus de la Doua, 43 Bd du 11 Novembre 1918, 69622 Villeurbanne

Country: France

Please give 5 key-words showing your research / interest in Microbial Ecotoxicolgy:

  • Bacterial communities
  • Adaptation
  • Antibioresistance
  • Multi-stress
  • Efflux pump

Main kinds of contaminant(s) of interest:

  • antimicrobial compounds
  • heavy metal
  • plant secondary metabolites

Main kinds of microorganisms of interest:

  • Bacterial communities including human opportunistic pathogens
  • model Stenotrophomonas maltophilia

Main kinds of ecosystems of interest: Terrestrial ecosystems

Do you give courses on Microbial Ecotoxicology ?: NO

Most relevant articles in the field of Microbial Ecotoxicology (max.5):

* Pham HN, Pham PA, Nguyen TTH, Meiffren G, Brothier E, Lamy I, Michalet S, Dijoux-Franca MG, Nazaret S. 2018. Influence of metal contamination in soil on metabolic profiles of Miscanthus x giganteus belowground parts and associated bacterial communities. Appl. Soil Ecol. (sous presse)
* Pham HN, Michalet S, Bodillis J, Nguyen TD, Nguyen TKO, Le TPQ, Haddad M, Nazaret S, Dijoux-Franca MG. 2017. Impact of metal stress on the production of secondary metabolites in Pteris vittata L. and associated rhizosphere bacterial communities. Environmental Science and Pollution Research 24:16735-16750. doi:10.1007/s11356-017-9167-2
* Youenou B, Hien E, Deredjian A, Brothier E, Favre-Bonté S, Nazaret S. 2016. Impact of untreated urban waste on the prevalence and antibiotic resistance profiles of human opportunistic pathogens in agricultural soils from Burkina Faso. Environmental Science and Pollution Research 23:25299-25311. DOI 10.1007/s11356-016-7699-5
* Colinon-Dupuich C, Février L, Ranjard L, Coppin F, Cournoyer B, Nazaret S. 2011. Radioecological risk assessment of low selenium concentrations through genetic fingerprints and metabolic profiling of soil bacterial communities. Microbial Ecology, 62:14-24
* Nazaret S, Brothier E, Ranjard L. 2003. Shifts in diversity and microscale distribution of the adapted bacterial phenotypes due to Hg(II) spiking in soil. Microbial Ecology, 45:259-269

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