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ARNOULD Christine

ARNOULD Christine
Ingénieure d'Etude
Pôle : Intéraction Plantes Microorganismes / Plateforme DimaCell
Equipe : Santé des plantes: défenses et mycorhizes
Courriel :

Curriculum vitae

2016 IE2, 50% UMR Agroécologie-IPM Mycorhize, 50% DimaCell- CM, Imagerie photonique  confocale, MDL
2009 création de la plateforme DimaCell qui regroupe l’imagerie sur la région bourgogne-Franche Comté
2007, regroupement du CMAB avec le Centre de Microscopie  (CM) responsable en microscopie confocale et dissection laser (MDL)
2004, responsabilité du CMAB  (centre de microscopie appliqué à la biologie) sur l’Université de Bourgogne comprenant un microscope confocal et Electronique à Balayage, 50% équipe mycorhize
1998 Assistant Ingénieur ,UMR Agroécologie équipe Mycorhize
1989 mutation géographique UMR Phytoparasytologie DIJON, laboratoire cytologie moléculaire appliquées à la microscopie électronique à transmission
1982, recrutement technicienne 2B laboratoire analyses chimiques, INRA Nancy , site de Chalon s /Marne

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Activités de recherche

- Au sein de l’équipe Mycorhize :  Je suis impliquée dans l’étude du fonctionnement de la symbiose mycorhizienne à arbuscules (MA) établie entre la grande majorité des plantes et des champignons du sol (Gloméromycètes). Je suis chargée de caractériser cette interaction plus finement grâce aux outils d’imagerie disponibles sur la plateforme DImaCell.

-Au sein de la plateforme DimaCell : je suis co-responsable des approches en imagerie confocale et responsable des approches développées en microdissection laser. Je m’implique dans les projets collaboratifs sollicités par les équipes de recherche ou le CM est partenaire, ainsi que dans des développements méthodologiques sur ces équipements.

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Ativités d'Enseignement

Formation école Doctorale E2S annuelle : j’anime, en collaboration avec E. Noirot, un module de formation en microscopie confocale (10-12 étudiants par an).

Formation de stagiaires (collégiens, lycéens, BTS, étudiants en Licence, Master, Doctorat,…) accueillis et encadrés pour différentes préparations d’échantillons et séances d’observations en microscopie confocale et microscopie à dissection laser.

Réseaux métiers : participation aux journées scientifiques et techniques du réseau INRAE des microscopistes et la journée DImaCell annuelle.

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Mots Clés

Microscopies photonique, confocale, dissection laser, techniques associées aux systèmes d’imagerie, microscopie corrélative, plateforme d’imagerie DImaCell, mycorhizes et plantes 

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Publications

Ait Lahmidi.N, Courty., PE, Brulé D., Chatagnier. O, Arnould. C, Doidy. J, Berta. G, Lingua. G, Wipf. D, Bonneau. L. Sugar Exchanges in Arbuscular Mycorrhiza: RiMST5 and RiMST6, two Novel Rhizophagus irregularis Monosaccharide Transporters, Are Involved in Both Sugar Uptake from the Soil and from the Plant Partner, Plant Physiology and Biochemistry,107, 354-363 2016. 
Leonard.L, Beji., Arnould.C, Noirot.E, Bonnotte.A, Gharsallaoui.A,Degraeve.P,Lherminier.J, Saurel.R. Preservation of viability and anti-listeria activityof lactic acid bacteria,lactococcus lactis and lactobacillus paracasei, entrapped in gelling matrices of alginate/caseinate,Food Control 47 7-19 2015
- Koegel S., Ait Lahmidi N., Arnould C., Chatagnier O., Walder F.,Ineichen K., The family of ammonium transporters (AMT) in Sorghum bicolor: two AMT members are induced locally, but notsystemically in roots colonized by arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi, New Phytologist , 198, 3, 853-865 2013
Boisard.L, Andriot.I, Arnould.C,Achilleos.C,Salles.C,Guichard.E Structure ansd composition of model cheeses influence sodium NMR mobility, Kinetics of sodium rrelease ans sodiuim partition coefficients Food Chemistry 1361070-10770 2013

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Liens Externes

http://www.dimacell.fr