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  • Bollache L, Bardet E, Depret G, Motreuil S, Neuwirth C, Moreau J & Hartmann A (2019) Dissemination of CTX-M-Producing Escherichia coli in Freshwater Fishes From a French Watershed (Burgundy). Frontiers in Microbiology 9.
  • Revellin C, Hartmann A, Solanas S & Topp E (2018) Long-Term Exposure of Agricultural Soil to Veterinary Antibiotics Changes the Population Structure of Symbiotic Nitrogen-Fixing Rhizobacteria Occupying Nodules of Soybeans (Glycine max). Applied and Environmental Microbiology 84.
  • Lions J, Hartmann A, Togola A, Duyck G, Fabre M & Neuwirth C (2018) Shallow groundwater exposure to antibiotic resistant Escherichia coli: hydrochemical approach to identify sources and transfer pathways. Houille Blanche-Revue Internationale De L Eau 5-12.
  • Betelli L, Neuwirth C, Solanas S, Chantemesse B, Vienney F, Hartmann A & Rochelet M (2018) A voltammetric test for the rapid discrimination of beta-lactamase-producing Enterobacteriaceae in blood cultures. Talanta 184: 210-218.
  • Chantemesse B, Betelli L, Solanas S, Vienney F, Bollache L, Hartmann A & Rochelet M (2017) A nitrocefin-based amperometric assay for the rapid quantification of extended-spectrum beta-lactamase-producing Escherichia coli in wastewaters. Water Research 109: 375-381.
  • Barbier E, Rochelet M, Gal L, Boschiroli ML & Hartmann A (2017) Impact of temperature and soil type on Mycobacterium bovis survival in the environment. Plos One 12.
  • Vivant AL, Boutin C, Prost-Boucle S, Papias S, Hartmann A, Depret G, Ziebal C, Le Roux S & Pourcher AM (2016) Free water surface constructed wetlands limit the dissemination of extended-spectrum beta-lactamase producing Escherichia coli in the natural environment. Water Research 104: 178-188.
  • Ayad A, Drissi M, de Curraize C, Dupont C, Hartmann A, Solanas S, Siebor E, Amoureux L & Neuwirth C (2016) Occurence of ArmA and RmtB Aminoglycoside Resistance 16S rRNA Methylases in Extended-Spectrum beta-Lactamases Producing Escherichia coli in Algerian Hospitals. Frontiers in Microbiology
  • Barbier, E., Boschiroli, M.L., Gueneau, E., Rochelet, M., Payne, A., de Cruz, K., Blieux, A.L., Fossot, C. and Hartmann, A. (2016) First molecular detection of Mycobacterium bovis in environmental samples from a French region with endemic bovine tuberculosis. J Appl Microbiol. doi: 10.1111/jam.13090
  • Barbier, E., Chantemesse, B., Rochelet, M., Fayolle, L., Bollache, L., Boschiroli, M.L. and Hartmann, A. (2016) Rapid dissemination of Mycobacterium bovis from cattle dung to soil by the earthworm Lumbricus terrestris. Vet Microbiol 186, 1-7.
  • Rochelet, M., Solanas, S., Betelli, L., Neuwirth, C., Vienney, F. and Hartmann, A. (2015) Amperometric detection of extended-spectrum beta-lactamase activity: application to the characterization of resistant E. coli strains. Analyst 140, 3551-3556.
  • Vivant, A.L., Garmyn, D., Gal, L., Hartmann, A. and Piveteau, P. (2015) Survival of Listeria monocytogenes in Soil Requires AgrA-Mediated Regulation. Appl Environ Microbiol 81, 5073-5084.
  • Rochelet, M., Vienney, F., Solanas, S., Membrilla, A. and Hartmann, A. (2013) An electrochemical DNA biosensor for the detection of CTX-M extended-spectrum β-lactamase-producing Escherichia coli in soil samples. J Microbiol Methods 92, 153-156.
  • Betelli, L., Duquenne, P., Grenouillet, F., Simon, X., Scherer, E., Gehin, E., & Hartmann, A. (2013). Development and evaluation of a method for the quantification of airborne Thermoactinomyces vulgaris by real-time PCR. Journal of …, 92, 25–32.
  • Hartmann, A., Locatelli, A., Amoureux, L., Depret, G., Jolivet, C., Gueneau, E., & Neuwirth, C. (2012). Occurrence of CTX-M Producing Escherichia coli in Soils, Cattle, and Farm Environment in France (Burgundy Region). Frontiers in Microbiology, 3(March), 83. doi:10.3389/fmicb.2012.00083
  • Garmyn, D., Gal L., Briandet, R., Guilbaud, M., Lemaitre, J. P., Hartmann, A, .Piveteau, P. (2011). "Evidence of autoinduction Heterogeneity via Expression of the Agr System of Listeria monocytogenes at the Single-Cell Level." Appl. Environ. Microbiol. 77: 6286-6289 
  • Garmyn, D., Gal L., Lemaitre, J. P., Hartmann, A.,Piveteau, P. (2009). Communication and autoinduction in the species Listeria monocytogenes: A central role for the agr system. Commun. Integr. Biol. 2: 371-374.
  • Lyautey E., Lapen D.R., Wilkes G., McCleary K., Pagotto F., Tyler K., Hartmann A., Piveteau P., Rieu A., Robertson W.J., Medeiros D.T., Edge T.A., Gannon V., Topp E. (2007). Distribution and Characteristics of Listeria monocytogenes Isolates from Surface Waters of the South Nation River Watershed, Ontario, Canada. Appl. Environ. Microbiol. 73:5401-5410.
  • Lyautey E., Hartmann A., Pagotto F., Tyler K., Lapen D.R., Wilkes G., Piveteau P., Rieu A., Robertson W.J., Medeiros D.T., Edge T.A., Gannon V., Topp E. (2007). Characteristics and frequency of detection of fecal Listeria monocytogenes shed by livestock, wildlife, and humans. Can. J. Microbiol. . 53:1158-1167.
  • Mazurier S., Lemunier M., Hartmann A., Siblot S., Lemanceau P. (2006). Conservation of type III secretion system genes in Bradyrhizobium isolated from soybean. FEMS Microbiol. Lett. 259, 317-325
  • Devers M., Henry S., Hartmann A., Martin-Laurent F. (2005) Horizontal gene transfer of atrazinedegrading genes (atz) from Agrobacterium tumefaciens St96-4 pADP1::Tn5 to bacteria of maize cultivated soil. Pest Management Science 61 : 870-880
  • Mohamed, M.A.N., Ranjard, L., Catroux, C., Catroux, G., Hartmann, A., (2005) Effect of natamycin on the enumeration, genetic structure and composition of bacterial community isolated from soils and soybean rhizosphere. Journal of Microbiological Methods 60:31-40.
  • Rousseaux, S., Hartmann, A., Rouard, N., and Soulas, G. (2003) A simplified procedure for terminal restriction fragment length polymorphism analysis of the soil bacterial community to study the effects of pesticides on the soil microflora using 4,6-dinitroorthocresol as a test case. Biology and Fertility of Soils 37: 250-254.
  • Piutti, S., Semon, E., Landry, D., Hartmann, A., Dousset, S., Lichtfouse, E., Martin-Laurent, F. (2003) Isolation and characterisation of Nocardioides sp SP12, an atrazine-degrading bacterial strain possessing the gene trzN from bulk- and maize rhizosphere soil. FEMS Microbiology Letters 221: 111-117.
  • Rousseaux, S., Hartmann, A., Lagacherie, B., Piutti, S., Andreux, F. and Soulas, G. (2003). Inoculation of an atrazine-degrading strain, Chelatobacter heintzii Cit1, in four different soils: effects of different inoculum densities. Chemosphere 51(7): 569-576.
  • Rousseaux, S., Soulas, G. and Hartmann, A., (2002). Plasmid localisation of atrazine-degrading genes in newly described Chelatobacter and Arthrobacter strains. FEMS Microbiology Ecology,. 41(1): p. 69-75.


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