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Myriam AMARI Post-Doc in the LMGP/IMBM team ATER ("Teaching and Research Assistant") at Grenoble Institute of Technology at Grenoble INP Phelma (Biomedical Engineering degree)
Biochemical characterization of microbial functions of biotechnological interest
Abstract The main theme of Myriam AMARI’s research work is the study of biological functions from different microorganisms by means of microbiological, biochemical and molecular techniques. These functions involves mainly the production of molecules, polymers and/or enzymes with multiple biotechnological applications.
Since sept. 2014 ATER "Teaching and research assistant" at Grenoble Institute of Technology Materials and Physical Engineering Laboratory (LMGP / Interfaces between Materials and Biological Matter team)
Sept 2013 – Aug. 2014 ATER "Teaching and research assistant", Team: Biocatalysis and Integrated Approach of Functions University of Picardie Jules Verne Laboratory: Enzyme and Cell Engineering- CNRS UMR 6022
January 21st, 2013 PhD Thesis defense Thesis made at LBAE (IUT Auch)- LISBP( INSA Toulouse) "Caractérisation d'enzymes productrices de glucanes de bactéries lactiques de levains de panification" My PhD research subject was about molecular and biochemical characterization of glucansucrases from Weissella and leuconostoc sp isolated from sourdough.
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