By browsing our site you accept the installation and use cookies on your computer. Know more

Menu Logo Principal

WallTraC

Zone de texte éditable et éditée et rééditée

Julia Schückel

Julia Schückel was appointed as ER in WallTraC at INRA on 1 April 2012 for a period of 2 years.

Julia Schückel

Post-doc project: Structure, functions and analysis of plant cell walls

Research interests: enzyme assay development, biocatalysis, carbohydrate-active enzymes, high-throughput screening, carbohydrate microarray.

Organisation: University of Copenhagen

Contact: jusch(at)plen.ku.dk

LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/in/juliaschueckel

ResearchGate: www.researchgate.net/profile/Julia_Schueckel

Scientific papers in peer-reviewed journals

S. Vidal-Melgosaa, H.L. Pedersena, J. Schückela, G. Arnalb,c,d, C. Dumonb,c,d, D.B. Ambya, R.N. Monrade, B. Westerenga,f, and W.G.T. Willatsa(aU.copenhagen, bINRA, cU.Toulouse, dCNRS, eNovozymes, fNorwegian University of life sciences). A new versatile microarray-based method for high-throughput screening of carbohydrate-active enzymes. Journal of Biochemistry, Vol. 290, Issue 14, pp 9020-9036 (2015)

pdf  Download the abstract

S.K. Kračuna†, J. Schückela†, B. Westerenga,b,c, L.G. Thygesena, R.N. Monrade, V.G.H Eijsinkb and W.G.T. Willatsa(aU.copenhagen, bNorwegian University of life sciences). A new versatile microarray-based method for high-throughput screening of carbohydrate-active enzymes. Biotechnology for biofuels Vol. 8, issue 1, pp. 9020-9036 (2015)

pdf  Download the abstract

A. K. Mackenziea, A. E. Naasa, S. K. Kracunb, J. Schückelb, J. U. Fangelb, J. W. Aggera, W. G. T. Willatsb, V. G. H. Eijsinka, P. B. Popea (aNorwegian University of Life Sciences, bU.copenhagen). A Polysaccharide Utilization Locus from an Uncultured Bacteroidetes Phylotype Suggests Ecological Adaptation and Substrate Versatility. Applied and Environmental Microbiology Vol. 81, pp. 187-195 (2015)

pdf  Download the abstract

A. E. Naasa, A. K. Mackenziea, J. Mravec,b, J. Schückelb, W. G. T. Willatsb, V. G. H. Eijsinka, P. B. Popea (aNorwegian University of Life Sciences, bU.copenhagen). Do Rumen Bacteroidetes Utilize an Alternative Mechanism for Cellulose Degradation? mBio, Vol. 5, Issue 4, pp e01401-14-e01401-14 (2014)

pdf  Download the abstract

Oral presentations

J. Schückel, S.K. Kračun, W.G.T. Willats (U. Copenhagen). A new generation of chromogenic substrates for high-throughput screening of glycosyl hydrolases, LPMOs and proteases. Presented at the 11th  Carbohydrate bioengeneering meeting on 10-13 May, 2015 in Espoo (FI).

pdfDownload A new generation of chromogenic substrates for high-throughput screening of glycosyl hydrolases, LPMOs and proteases.

J. Schückel, S.K. Kračun, W.G.T. Willats (U. Copenhagen). High-throughput enzyme activity assays for screening of endo-glycoside-hydrolases. Presented at WallTraC symposium in May 2014 in Paris (FR).

pdf    Download High-throughput enzyme activity assays for screening of endo-glycoside-hydrolases.

Posters

J. Schückela, S. K. Kracuna, W.G.T. Willatsa (aU.Copenhagen). 'CPH assay': high-throughput screening of endo-glycoside hydrolases using novel chromogenic polysaccharide substrates. Presented at the 7th International Congress on Biocatalysis on August 31-September 4, 2014 in Hamburg (DE). Julia won a posterprize (see http://biocatconference.de/2014/biocat-poster-prize-2014/) and presented the poster orally in a 3 min lightening talk.

pdf  Download 'CPH assay': high-throughput screening of endo-glycoside hydrolases using novel chromogenic polysaccharide substrates