Agnès Mihajlovski

IMG_0681Maître de Conférence

Axe BCMI

Tél. : 01 34 25 28 33

Courriel : agnes.mihajlovski@u-cergy.fr

 

Domaine d’intérêt

Biodiversité microbienne

Publications récentes

Mihajlovskia A., Gabarre A., Seyer D., Bousta F., Di Martino P.

Bacterial diversity on rock surface of the ruined part of a French historic monument: The Chaalis abbey

International Biodeterioration & Biodegradation. 2017

 

Lepinay C., Mihajlovskia A., Seyer D., Touron S., Bousta F., Di Martino P.

Bacterial diversity on rock surface of the ruined part of a French historic monument: The Chaalis abbey.

International Biodeterioration & Biodegradation. 2017

 

Mihajlovski A., Seyer D., Benamara H., Bousta F., Di Martino P.

An overview of techniques for the characterization and quantification of microbial colonization on stone monuments

Ann Microbiol, 2015

 

Borrel G., Harris HM., Parisot N., Gaci N., Tottey W., Mihajlovski A., Deane J., Gribaldo S., Bardot O., Peyretaillade E., Peyret P., O’Toole PW., Brugère JF.

Genome Sequence of « Candidatus Methanomassiliicoccus intestinalis » Issoire-Mx1, a Third Thermoplasmatales-Related Methanogenic Archaeon from Human Feces.

Genome Announc. 2013 Jul 11;1(4).

 

Borrel G., Harris H.M., Tottey W., Mihajlovski A., Parisot N., Peyretaillade E., Peyret P., Gribaldo S., O’Toole P.W., Brugère J.F.

Genome Sequence of « Candidatus Methanomethylophilus alvus » Mx1201, a Methanogenic Archaeon from the Human Gut Belonging to a Seventh Order of Methanogens.

Journal of Bacteriology. 2012 Dec;194(24):6944-5

 

Mihajlovski A., Doré J., Levenez F., Alric M., Brugère JF.

Molecular evaluation of the human gut methanogenic archaeal microbiota reveals an age-associated increase of the diversity.

Environmental Microbiology Reports. 2010 (2), 272-280.

 

Brugere JF., Mihajlovski A., Missaoui M., Peyret P.

Tools for stools: the challenge of assessing human intestinal microbiota using molecular diagnostics.

Expert Review of Molecular Diagnostics. 2009 (4), 353-365.

 

Mihajlovski A., Alric M., Brugère JF.

A putative new order of methanogenic Archaea inhabiting the human gut, as revealed by molecular analyses of the mcrA gene.

Research in  Microbiology. 2008 (7-8):516-21.

 

Fuller Z., Louis P., Mihajlovski A., Rungapamestry V., Ratcliffe B., Duncan AJ.

Influence of cabbage processing methods and prebiotic manipulation of colonic microflora on glucosinolate breakdown in man.

Br J Nutr. 2007 Aug;98(2):364-72.