The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Biochemistry, Plant lipid transfer proteins, Crystallography, Phospholipid and Protein structure. His research in the fields of Cutin, Endosperm and Extracellular overlaps with other disciplines such as Molecular mass and Cystine. His research in Plant lipid transfer proteins intersects with topics in Maillard reaction, Binding protein, Glycation and Hordeum vulgare.
He interconnects Folding, Side chain and Protein secondary structure in the investigation of issues within Crystallography. His Phospholipid research incorporates themes from Dihedral angle, Liposome, Crystal structure, Protein family and Molecular model. His Protein structure research focuses on Cell biology and how it connects with Structural motif, Systemic acquired resistance and Arabidopsis thaliana.
Biochemistry, Plant lipid transfer proteins, Endosperm, Crystallography and Phospholipid are his primary areas of study. His studies link Biophysics with Biochemistry. The concepts of his Plant lipid transfer proteins study are interwoven with issues in Binding protein, Food science, Protein secondary structure and Binding site.
His studies deal with areas such as Fused deposition modeling, Starch, Storage protein, Gene and Biocompatibility as well as Endosperm. His work deals with themes such as Monolayer, Molecule, Analytical chemistry, Protein structure and Side chain, which intersect with Crystallography. His Cutin study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Polyester, Cuticle, Polymer and Suberin.
His primary areas of investigation include Endosperm, Biochemistry, Cutin, Glycerol and Polymer. His Endosperm research incorporates elements of Protein secondary structure, Starch, Biophysics, Function and Gene. His Storage protein, Mutant, Maillard reaction, Antioxidant and Bioactive compound investigations are all subjects of Biochemistry research.
His Cutin study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Polyester, Grafting and Cuticle. His Glycerol research includes themes of Biocompatibility, Fused deposition modeling, Alkaline hydrolysis and Condensation polymer. His Polymer research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Mass spectrum, Extrusion and Polymer chemistry.
Didier Marion spends much of his time researching Cutin, Biochemistry, Polyester, Organic chemistry and Lipase. His work carried out in the field of Cutin brings together such families of science as Cuticle and Polymer. His work in Cuticle addresses subjects such as Suberin, which are connected to disciplines such as Biophysics.
Didier Marion regularly links together related areas like Zea mays in his Biochemistry studies. Didier Marion has researched Polyester in several fields, including Choline and Monomer. His studies in Organic chemistry integrate themes in fields like Vesicle and Lysine.
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Triticum aestivum puroindolines, two basic cystine-rich seed proteins: cDNA sequence analysis and developmental gene expression.
Marie-Françoise Gautier;Marie-Elisabeth Aleman;Anne Guirao;Didier Marion.
Plant Molecular Biology (1994)
Structure, Biological and Technological Functions of Lipid Transfer Proteins and Indolines, the Major Lipid Binding Proteins from Cereal Kernels
J.-P. Douliez;T. Michon;K. Elmorjani;D. Marion.
Journal of Cereal Science (2000)
From elicitins to lipid-transfer proteins: a new insight in cell signalling involved in plant defence mechanisms.
Jean-Pierre Blein;Pierre Coutos-Thévenot;Didier Marion;Michel Ponchet.
Trends in Plant Science (2002)
Complete amino acid sequence of puroindoline, a new basic and cystine-rich protein with a unique tryptophan-rich domain, isolated from wheat endosperm by Triton X-114 phase partitioning
Jean-Erik Blochet;Catherine Chevalier;Eric Forest;Eva Pebay-Peyroula.
FEBS Letters (1993)
Spatial and temporal distribution of the major isoforms of puroindolines (puroindoline-a and puroindoline-b) and non specific lipid transfer protein (ns-LTP1e1) of Triticum aestivum seeds. Relationships with their in vitro antifungal properties
Laurence Dubreil;Thérèse Gaborit;Brigitte Bouchet;Daniel J. Gallant.
Plant Science (1998)
A lipid transfer protein binds to a receptor involved in the control of plant defence responses.
N. Buhot;J.-P. Douliez;A. Jacquemard;D. Marion.
FEBS Letters (2001)
Three-dimensional structure in solution of a wheat lipid-transfer protein from multidimensional 1H-NMR data. A new folding for lipid carriers.
Edith Gincel;Jean-Pierre Simorre;Anita Caille;Didier Marion.
FEBS Journal (1994)
Probing heat-stable water-soluble proteins from barley to malt and beer.
Ludivine Perrocheau;Hélène Rogniaux;Patrick Boivin;Didier Marion.
Tomato GDSL1 Is Required for Cutin Deposition in the Fruit Cuticle
Anne-Laure Girard;Fabien Mounet;Martine Lemaire-Chamley;Martine Lemaire-Chamley;Cédric Gaillard.
The Plant Cell (2012)
Interaction of Puroindolines with Wheat Flour Polar Lipids Determines Their Foaming Properties
Laurence Dubreil;Jean-Pierre Compoint;Didier Marion.
Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry (1997)
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