Her main research concerns Cell wall, Food science, Arabinoxylan, Biochemistry and Chromatography. Fabienne Guillon has included themes like Biosynthesis, Genetically modified tomato, Mannan, Liquid nitrogen and Breakage in her Cell wall study. The Food science study combines topics in areas such as Viscosity and Particle size.
Her Arabinoxylan study improves the overall literature in Polysaccharide. Her Biochemistry research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Epitope and Monoclonal antibody. Her Chromatography research incorporates themes from Emulsion, Pectin and Guar gum.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Cell wall, Biochemistry, Polysaccharide, Endosperm and Food science. Her Cell wall research incorporates elements of Pectin, Biophysics, Lignin and Ferulic acid. Her work carried out in the field of Biochemistry brings together such families of science as Epitope, Antibody and Bacteria.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Secondary cell wall, Composition, Proteomics, Hydrolysis and Cell biology in addition to Polysaccharide. Her work on Aleurone as part of general Endosperm research is frequently linked to Brachypodium, bridging the gap between disciplines. As part of her studies on Food science, Fabienne Guillon frequently links adjacent subjects like Solubility.
Fabienne Guillon mainly investigates Cell wall, Polysaccharide, Endosperm, Biophysics and Lignin. Her work deals with themes such as Mass spectrometry imaging and Polymer, which intersect with Cell wall. Her Polysaccharide research is classified as research in Biochemistry.
Fabienne Guillon has researched Biochemistry in several fields, including Cuticle and Plant cuticle. Fabienne Guillon studied Endosperm and Proteome that intersect with Molecular biology, Mole and Cell biology. Her research integrates issues of Arabinoxylan, Composition, Wheat grain and Lignocellulosic biomass in her study of Biophysics.
Fabienne Guillon mostly deals with Cell wall, Polysaccharide, Biophysics, Lignin and Endosperm. In her research, Fabienne Guillon undertakes multidisciplinary study on Cell wall and Acid deposition. Her study explores the link between Endosperm and topics such as Arabinoxylan that cross with problems in Galactan.
Her Wheat grain study combines topics in areas such as Mass spectrometry imaging and Germ. The various areas that she examines in her Polyester study include Polymerization, Pectin, Biochemistry, Cutin and Cuticle. Her research in Composition intersects with topics in Ferulic acid, Grain size, Alkaline hydrolysis and Polymer.
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Structural and physical properties of dietary fibres, and consequences of processing on human physiology
F Guillon;M Champ.
Food Research International (2000)
Hydration Properties of Dietary Fibre and Resistant Starch: a European Collaborative Study
James A Robertson;Francois D de Monredon;Patrick Dysseler;Fabienne Guillon.
Lwt - Food Science and Technology (2000)
Wheat arabinoxylans : Exploiting variation in amount and composition to develop enhanced varieties
Luc Saulnier;Pierre-Etienne Sado;Gérard Branlard;Gilles Charmet.
Journal of Cereal Science (2007)
Carbohydrate fractions of legumes: uses in human nutrition and potential for health.
F. Guillon;M. M.-J. Champ.
British Journal of Nutrition (2002)
Physical and chemical transformations of cereal food during oral digestion in human subjects.
C. Hoebler;A. Karinthi;M.-F. Devaux;F. Guillon.
British Journal of Nutrition (1998)
Effect of Grinding and Experimental Conditions on the Measurement of Hydration Properties of Dietary Fibres
A. Auffret;M.-C. Ralet;F. Guillon;J.-L. Barry.
Lwt - Food Science and Technology (1994)
GDP‐d‐mannose 3,5‐epimerase (GME) plays a key role at the intersection of ascorbate and non‐cellulosic cell‐wall biosynthesis in tomato
Louise Gilbert;Moftah Alhagdow;Adriano Nunes-Nesi;Bernard Quemener.
Plant Journal (2009)
Changes in texture, cellular structure and cell wall composition in apple tissue as a result of freezing
Sophie Chassagne-Berces;Cécile Poirier;Marie-Françoise Devaux;Fernanda Fonseca.
Food Research International (2009)
Digestion of Carbohydrate from White Beans (Phaseolus vulgaris L.) in Healthy Humans
Lionel Noah;Fabienne Guillon;Brigitte Bouchet;Alain Buléon.
Journal of Nutrition (1998)
FT-IR investigation of cell wall polysaccharides from cereal grains. Arabinoxylan infrared assignment.
Paul Robert;Mélanie Marquis;Cécile Barron;Fabienne Guillon.
Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry (2005)
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