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Fanny Buffetto

Fanny Buffetto was appointed as ESR in WallTraC at INRA on 1 October 2011 for a period of 3 years.
Fanny Buffetto

PhD project: Generation of new monoclonal antibodies to rhamnogalacturonan fragments

Research interests: cell wall, pectin, rhamnogalacturonans I and II, structure, mass spectromery, monoclonal antibodies, microscopy

Organisation: INRA

Contact: fanny.buffetto(at)gmail.com

Thesis

Generation of new monoclonal antibodies to rhamnogalacturonan fragments. Defended on 3 November 2014.

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Scientific papers in peer-reviewed journals

V. Cornuaulta, F. Buffettob, M.G. Rydahlc, S.E. Marcusa, T.A. Torodea, J. Xuea, M.-J. Crépeaub, N. Faria-Blancd, W.G.T. Willatsc, P. Dupreed, M.-C. Raletb, J.P. Knoxa (aU.Leeds, bINRA, cU.Copenhagen, dU.Cambridge). Monoclonal antibodies indicate low-abundance links between heteroxylan and other glycans of plant cell walls. Planta, Vol. 242, pp. 1321-1334 (2015)

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F. Buffettoa, V. Cornuaultb, M.G. Rydahlc, D. Ropartza, C. Alvaradoa, V. Echasserieaua, S. Le Galla, B. Boucheta, O. Tranqueta, Y. Verhertbruggena, W.G.T. Willatsc, J.P. Knoxb, M.-C Raleta, F. Guillona (aINRA, bU.Leeds, cU.Copenhagen). The deconstruction of pectic rhamnogalacturonan I unmasks the occurrence of a novel arabinogalactan oligosaccharide epitope. Plant and Cell Physiology, Vol. 56, issue 11, pp. 2181-2196 (2015)

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F. Buffettoa, D. Ropartza, X. J. Zhangb, H. J. Gilbertb, F. Guillona and M.-C. Raleta (aINRA, bU.Newcastle) Recovery and fine structure variability of RGII sub-domains in wine (Vitis vinifera Merlot). Annals of Botany, vol. 114, issue 6, pp. 1327-1337 (2014)

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Book chapters

M.-C. Ralet, F. Buffetto, I. Capron, F. Guillon (INRA). Cell wall polysaccharides of potato. In: Advances in potato chemistry and technology, 2nd edition. J. Singh and L. Kaur Eds. pp. 33-56 (2016). Elsevier. ISBN: 978-0-12-800002-1.

Oral presentations

F. Buffettoa & V. Cornuaultb, M. Gro Rydahlc, M.-J. Crépeaua, O. Tranqueta , W.G.T. Willatc, P. Knoxb, F. Guillona, M.-C.  Raleta (aINRA, bU.Leeds, aU.Copenhagen). Un nouvel anticorps reconnaissant le domaine pectique. Presented at the Congress of the French cell wall network on July, 7-9, 2014 in Amiens (FR).
F. Buffettoa & V. Cornuaultb, M. Gro Rydahlc, M.-J. Crépeaua, O. Tranqueta , W.G.T. Willatc, P. Knoxb, F. Guillona, M.-C.  Raleta (aINRA, bU.Leeds, aU.Copenhagen). Production and fine characterization of new antibodies against rhamnogalacturonan I. Presented at WallTraC symposium in May 2014 in Paris (FR).
J. Zhanga, M.-C. Raletb, F. Buffettob, F. Guillonb, H.J. Gilberta (aU. Newcastle, bINRA). How is pectin degraded by human gut bacterium Bacteroides thetaiotaomicron? Presented at WallTraC symposium in May 2014 in Paris (FR).

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V. Cornuaulta, F. Buffettob, I. Manfielda, M.-C. Raletb, J.P. Knoxa (aU. Leeds, bINRA) Molecular and biochemical tools for the analysis of glycans in plant cell walls. Presented at WallTraC symposium in May 2014 in Paris (FR)
V. Cornuaulta, F. Buffettob, K.J.D. Leea, M.-J. Crépeaub, M.-C.  Raletb, J.P. Knoxa (aU.Leeds, bINRA). Development of Epitope Detection Chromatography for RG-I analysis. Presented at the Gordon Research Seminar in August 2012 in Boston (USA) - Presentation not publicly available.

Posters

F. Buffettoa & V. Cornuaultb, M. Gro Rydahlc, M.-J. Crépeaua, O. Tranqueta , W.G.T. Willatc, P. Knoxb, F. Guillona, M.-C.  Raleta (aINRA, bU.Leeds, aU.Copenhagen). Production and fine characterization of new monoclonal antibodies against RGI. Presented at at the XIIIth Cell Wall Meeting on July, 7-12, 2013 in Nantes (FR).

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V. Cornuaulta, F. Buffettob, K.J.D. Leea, M.-J. Crépeaub, M.-C.  Raletb, J.P. Knoxa (aU.Leeds, bINRA). Isolation of RG-I oligosaccharides for monoclonal antibody production and antibody use as detection tools for novel chromatographic analyses of RG-I diversity. Presented at the Gordon conference on Plant Cell Wall Research on August 5-10, 2012 in Waterville (USA) - Poster not publicly available.
F. Buffettoa,V. Cornuaultb, M.-J. Crépeaua, O. Tranqueta, P. Knoxb, F. Guillona, M.-C. Raleta (aINRA, bU.Leeds). Production of low branched rhamnogalacturonan I oligosaccharides from sugar beet pulp. Presented at the Summer Course Glycoscience on June 3-7, 2012 in Gorningen (NL) and at the Plant and Seaweed Polysaccharides Symposium on July 17-20, 2012 in Nantes (FR).

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F. Buffettoa,V. Cornuaultb, M.-J. Crépeaua, O. Tranqueta, P. Knoxb, F. Guillona, M.-C. Raleta (aINRA, bU.Leeds). Production of low branched rhamnogalacturonan I oligosaccharides from sugar beet pulp. Presented at the Summer Course Glycoscience on June 3-7, 2012 in Gorningen (NL) and at the Plant and Seaweed Polysaccharides Symposium on July 17-20, 2012 in Nantes (FR).

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