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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)

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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)

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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)

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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)

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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).

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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).

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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.

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