Sylvain Moineau Ph.D.
Professeur titulaire

Département de biochimie, de microbiologie et de bio-informatique
Faculté des sciences et de génie
Pavillon Alexandre-Vachon
1045 avenue de la Médecine, Université Laval
Québec, Canada, G1V 0A6
Tel: 418 656-3712
Fax: 418 656-2861
Courriel: sylvain.moineau@bcm.ulaval.ca

1991-2016

  1. Hynes, A.P., G.M. Rousseau, M.L. Lemay, P. Horvath, D.A. Romero, C. Fremaux, and S. Moineau. 2017. An anti-CRISPR from a virulent streptococcal phage inhibits Streptococcus pyogenes Cas9. Nat. Microbiol. doi: 10.1038/s41564-017-0004-7. Abstract
  2. Vincent, A.T., V.E. Paquet, A. Bernatchez, D.M. Tremblay, S. Moineau, and S.J. Charette. 2017. Characterization and diversity of phages infecting Aeromonas salmonicida subsp. salmonicida. Sci. Rep. 7:7054. Abstract
  3. Kot, W., M. Sabri, H. Gingras, M. Ouellette, D.M. Tremblay, and S. Moineau. 2017. Complete Genome Sequence of Streptococcus pneumoniae Virulent Phage MS1. Genome Announc. 5:e00333-17. Abstract
  4. Emond-Rheault et al. 2017. A Syst-OMICS Approach to Ensuring Food Safety and Reducing the Economic Burden of Salmonellosis. Front. Microbiol. 8:996. Abstract
  5. Lemay, M.L., P. Horvath, and S. Moineau. 2017. The CRISPR-Cas app goes viral. Curr. Opin Microbiol. 37:103-109. Abstract
  6. Eraclio, G., M. G. Fortina, S. J. Labrie, D. M. Tremblay, and S. Moineau. 2017. Characterization of prophages of Lactococcus garvieae. Sci. Rep. 7:1856. Article
  7. Lemay, M.L., D.M. Tremblay, and Moineau. 2017. Genome engineering of virulent lactococcal phages using CRISPR-Cas9. ACS Synth. Biol. Abstract
  8. Hynes, A.P., and S. Moineau. 2017. Phagebook: The Social Network. Mol. Cell 65:963-964. Abstract
  9. Achigar, R., A.H. Magadan, D.M. Tremblay, M. Julia Pianzzola, and S. Moineau. 2017. Phage-host interactions in Streptococcus thermophilus: Genome analysis of phages isolated in Uruguay and ectopic spacer acquisition in CRISPR array. Sci. Rep. 7:43438. Abstract
  10. Geagea, H., A. Gomaa, G. Remondetto, S. Moineau, and M. Subirade. 2017. Molecular structure of lactoferrin influences the thermal resistance of lactococcal phages. J. Agric. Food Chem. 65:2214-2221. Abstract
  11. Trudel, L., M. Frenette, and S. Moineau. 2017. CRISPR–Cas in the laboratory classroom. Nat. Microbiol. 2:17018. Abstract
  12. Hynes, A.P., M.-L. Lemay, L. Trudel, H. Deveau, M. Frenette, D.M. Tremblay, and S. Moineau. 2017. Detecting natural adaptation of the Streptococcus thermophilus CRISPR-Cas systems in research and classroom settings. Nat. Protoc. 12:547-565. Abstract
  13. Moineau, S., and D.M. Tremblay. 2017. Bacteriophage. Reference Module in Life Sciences. Pages 1-5. doi:10.1016/B978-0-12-809633-8.06122-7. Abstract
  14. Hamdi, S., G.M. Rousseau, S.J. Labrie, D.M. Tremblay, R. Saïed Kourda, K. Ben Slama, and S. Moineau. 2017. Characterization of two polyvalent phages infecting Enterobacteriaceae. Sci. Rep. 7:40349 Abstract
  15. Champagne, C.P., S. Moineau, S. Lafleur, and T. Savard. 2017. The effect of bacteriophages on the acidification of a vegetable juice medium by microencapsulated Lactobacillus plantarum. Food Microbiol. 63:28-34. Abstract
  16. Turgeon, N., K. Michel, T.-L. Ha, E. Robine, S. Moineau, and C. Duchaine. 2016. Resistance of aerosolized bacterial viruses to four germicidal products. PloS One 11:e0168815 Abstract
  17. Labrie, S.J., and S. Moineau. 2016. Phosphorylation, an altruistic bacterial trick to halt phages. Cell Host Microbe 20:409-410. Abstract
  18. Melo, A. G., S. Labrie, J. Dumaresq, R. Roberts, D. Tremblay, and S. Moineau. 2016. Complete genome sequence of Brevibacterium linens SMQ-1335. Genome Announc. 4:e01242-16. Abstract
  19. Hamdi, S., G. Rousseau, S.L. Labrie, R. Saïed Kourda, D. Tremblay, S. Moineau, and K. Ben Slama. 2016. Characterization of five Podoviridae phages infecting Citrobacter freundii. Front. Microbiol. 7:1023. Abstract
  20. Hynes, A.P., M.L. Lemay, and S. Moineau. 2016. Applications of CRISPR-Cas in its natural habitat. Curr. Opin. Chem. Biol. 34:30-36. Abstract
  21. Hynes, A.P., S.J. Labrie, and S. Moineau. 2016. Programming Native CRISPR Arrays for the Generation of Targeted Immunity. mBio 7:e00202-16. Abstract
  22. Tremblay-Bouliane, K., C. Olsen, D. Tremblay, S. Moineau, B. Gaillet, and A. Garnier. 2016. Screening peptide-ore interactions with a phage display library for bio-flotation application. CIM Journal. 7:178-184. Abstract
  23. Lugli, G.A., C. Milani, F. Turroni, D. Tremblay, C. Ferrario, L. Mancabelli, S. Duranti, D.V. Ward, M.C. Ossiprandi, S. Moineau, D. van Sinderen, and M. Ventura. 2015. Prophages of the genus Bifidobacterium as modulating agents of the infant gut microbiota. Environ. Microbiol. 18:2196-2213. Abstract
  24. Mercanti, D.J., G.M. Rousseau, M.L. Capra, A. Quiberoni, D.M. Tremblay, S.J. Labrie, and S. Moineau. 2016. Genomic Diversity of Phages Infecting Probiotic Strains of Lactobacillus paracasei. Appl. Environ. Microbiol. 82:95-105. Abstract
  25. El Haddad, L., J.P. Roy, G.E. Khalil, D. St-Gelais, C.P. Champagne, S. Labrie, and S. Moineau. 2016. Efficacy of two Staphylococcus aureus phage cocktails in cheese production. Int. J Food Microbiol. 217:7-13. Abstract
  26. Leprohon, P., H. Gingras, S. Ouennane, S. Moineau, and M. Ouellette. 2015. A genomic approach to understand interactions between Streptococcus pneumoniae and its bacteriophages. BMC genomics 16:972. Résumé
  27. Makarova, K.S., Y.I. Wolf, O.S. Alkhnbashi, F. Costa, S.A. Shah, S.J. Saunders, R. Barrangou, S.J. Brouns, E. Charpentier, D.H. Haft, P. Horvath, S. Moineau, F.J. Mojica, R.M. Terns, M.P. Terns, M.F. White, A.F. Yakunin, R.A. Garrett, J. van der Oost, R. Backofen, and E.V. Koonin. 2015. An updated evolutionary classification of CRISPR-Cas systems. Nat. Rev. Microbiol. 13:722-736. Résumé
  28. Eraclio, G., D.M. Tremblay, A. Lacelle-Cote, S.J. Labrie, M.G. Fortina, and S. Moineau. 2015. A new virulent phage infecting Lactococcus garvieae, with homology to Lactococcus lactis phages. Appl. Environ. Microbiol. 81:8358-8365. Résumé
  29. Verreault, D., M. Marcoux-Voiselle, N. Turgeon, S. Moineau, and C. Duchaine. 2015. Resistance of Aerosolized Bacterial Viruses to Relative Humidity and Temperature. Appl. Environ. Microbiol. 81:7305-7311. Résumé
  30. Vale, P.F., G. Lafforgue, F. Gatchitch, R. Gardan, S. Moineau, and S. Gandon. 2015. Costs of CRISPR-Cas-mediated resistance in Streptococcus thermophilus. Proceedings of the Royal Society B-Biological Sciences. 282:20151270. Abstract
  31. Geagea, H., A.I. Gomaa, G. Remondetto, S. Moineau, and M. Subirade. 2015. Investigation of the protective effect of whey proteins on lactococcal phages during heat treatment at various pH. Int. J. Food Microbiol. 210:33-41. Abstract
  32. Dupuis M.-È., R. Barrangou, and S. Moineau. 2015. Procedures for generating CRISPR mutants with novel spacers acquired from viruses or plasmids. Methods Mol. Biol. 1311:195-222. Abstract
  33. Labrie, S.J., D.M. Tremblay, P.-L Plante, J. Wasserscheid, K. Dewar, J. Corbeil, and S. Moineau. 2015. Complete genome sequence of Streptococcus thermophilus SMQ-301, a model strain for phage-host interactions. Genome Announcements 3. Abstract.
  34. Bélanger, M., and S. Moineau. 2015. Mutational analysis of the antitoxin in the lactococcal type III toxin-antitoxin system AbiQ. Appl. Environ. Microbiol. 81:3848-3855. Abstract
  35. McCabe, O., S. Spinelli, C, Farenc, M. Labbé, D. Tremblay, S. Blangy, S. Oscarson, S. Moineau, and C. Cambillau. 2015. The targeted recognition of Lactococcus lactis phages to their polysaccharide receptors. Mol. Microbiol. 96:875-886. Abstract
  36. Pujato, S., D. Mercanti, D. Guglielmotti, G. Rousseau, S. Moineau, J. Reinheimer, and A. Quiberoni. 2015. Phages of dairy Leuconostoc mesenteroides: genomics and factors influencing their adsorption. Int. J. Food Microbiol. 201:58-65. Abstract
  37. Mahony, J., D. Tremblay, S.J. Labrie, S. Moineau, and D. van Sinderen. 2015. Investigating the requirement for calcium during lactococcal phage infection. Int. J. Food Microbiol. 201:47-51. Abstract
  38. Ouennane, S., P. Leprohon, and S. Moineau. 2015. Diverse virulent pneumophages infect Streptococcus mitis. PLoS ONE 10:e0118807. Abstract
  39. Anany, H., A.I. Moreno Switt, N. De Lappe, H.-W. Ackermann, D.M. Reynolds, A.M. Kropinski, M. Wiedmann, M.W. Griffiths, D. Tremblay, S. Moineau, J.H.E. Nash, and D. Turner. 2015. A new bacteriophage subfamily - Jerseyvirinae. Arch. Virol. 160:1021-1033. Abstract
  40. Giguère, S., F. Laviolette, M. Marchand, D. Tremblay, S. Moineau, E. Biron, X. Liang, and J. Corbeil. 2015. Machine learning assisted design of highly active peptides for drug discovery. PLoS Comput. Biol. 11:e1004074. Abstract
  41. Samson, J.E., A.H. Magadan, S. Moineau. 2015. The CRISPR-Cas Immune System and Genetic Transfers: Reaching an Equilibrium. Microbiology Spectrum 3(1): doi:10.1128/microbiolspec.PLAS-0034-2014. Abstract
  42. Labrie, S.J., M.E. Dupuis, D.M. Tremblay, P.L. Plante, J. Corbeil, and S. Moineau. 2014. A new Microviridae phage isolated from a failed biotechnological process driven by Escherichia coli. Appl. Environ. Microbiol. Abstract
  43. Aswani, V.H., D.M. Tremblay, S. Moineau, and S.K. Shukla. 2014. Complete Genome Sequence of a Staphylococcus epidermidis Bacteriophage Isolated from the Anterior Nares of Humans. Genome Announc. 2. Abstract
  44. Martel, B., and S. Moineau. 2014. CRISPR-Cas: an efficient tool for genome engineering of virulent bacteriophages. Nucleic Acids Res. 42:9504-9513. Abstract
  45. El Haddad, L., N. Ben Abdallah, P.L. Plante, J. Dumaresq, R. Katsarava, S. Labrie, J. Corbeil, D. St-Gelais, and S. Moineau. 2014. Improving the safety of Staphylococcus aureus polyvalent phages by their production on a Staphylococcus xylosus strain. PLoS ONE 9:e102600. Abstract
  46. Hynes, A.P., M. Villion, and S. Moineau. 2014. Adaptation in bacterial CRISPR-Cas immunity can be driven by defective phages. Nature Communications 5:4399. Abstract
  47. Labrie, S.J., L. El Haddad, D.M. Tremblay, P.L. Plante, J. Wasserscheid, J. Dumaresq, K. Dewar, J. Corbeil, and S. Moineau. 2014. First complete genome sequence of Staphylococcus xylosus, a meat starter culture and a host to propagate Staphylococcus aureus phages. Genome Announcements 2. Abstract
  48. Spinelli, S., C. Bebeacua, I. Orlov, D. Tremblay, B.P. Klaholz, S. Moineau, and C. Cambillau. 2014. CryoEM structure of the lactococcal siphophage 1358 virion. J. Virol. 88:8900-8910. Abstract
  49. Hynes, A.P., and S. Moineau. 2014. CRISPR-Cas Systems: Making the cut. Microbe. 9:204-210. Article
  50. Carte, J., R.T. Christopher, J.T. Smith, S. Olson, R. Barrangou, S. Moineau, C.V. Glover, 3rd, B.R. Graveley, R.M. Terns, and M.P. Terns. 2014. The three major types of CRISPR-Cas systems function independently in CRISPR RNA biogenesis in Streptococcus thermophilus. Mol. Microbiol. 93:98-112. Abstract
  51. Turgeon, N., M.J. Toulouse, B. Martel, S. Moineau, and C. Duchaine. 2014. Comparison of five bacteriophages as models for viral aerosols studies. Appl. Environ. Microbiol. 80:4242-4250. Abstract
  52. Farenc, C., S. Spinelli, E. Vinogradov, D. Tremblay, S. Blangy, I. Sadovskaya, S. Moineau, and C. Cambillau. 2014. Molecular insights on the recognition of a Lactococcus lactis cell wall pellicle by phage 1358 receptor binding protein. J. Virol. 88:7005-7015. Abstract
  53. Campagna, C., M. Villion, S.J. Labrie, C. Duchaine, and S. Moineau. 2014. Inactivation of dairy bacteriophages by commercial sanitizers and disinfectants. Int. J. Food Microbiol. 171:41-47. Abstract
  54. Bebeacua, C., D. Tremblay, C. Farenc, M.P. Chapot-Chartier, I. Sadovskaya, M. van Heel, D. Veesler, S. Moineau, and C. Cambillau. 2013. Structure, adsorption to host, and infection mechanism of virulent lactococcal phage p2. J. Virol. 87:12302-12312. Abstract
  55. Samson, J.E., A.H. Magadan, M. Sabri, and S. Moineau. 2013. Revenge of the phages: defeating bacterial defences. Nat Rev Microbiol 11:675-687. Abstract
  56. Samson, J.E., M. Belanger, and S. Moineau. 2013. Effect of the abortive infection mechanism and type III toxin/antitoxin system AbiQ on the lytic cycle of Lactococcus lactis phages. J. Bacteriol. 195:3947-3956. Abstract
  57. Dupuis, M.-È., M. Villion, A.H. Magadán, and S. Moineau. 2013. CRISPR- Cas and R-M systems are compatible and increase phage resistance. Nature Comm. 4:2087. Abstract
  58. Mahony, J., B. Martel, D. Tremblay, H. Neve, K. Heller, S. Moineau, and D. van Sinderen. 2013. Molecular analysis of lactococcal phages Q33 and BM13: Identification of a new P335 subgroup. Appl. Environ. Microbiol. 79:4401-9. Abstract
  59. Villion, M., and S. Moineau. 2013. Phages hijack a host’s defence. Nature. 494:433-434. Abstract
  60. Levin, B.R., S. Moineau, M. Bushman, and R. Barrangou. 2013. The population and evolutionary dynamics of phage and bacteria with CRISPR- mediated immunity. PLOS Genetics. 9:e1003312. Abstract.
  61. Scaltriti, E., E. Polverini, S. Grolli, E. Eufemi, S. Moineau, C. Cambillau, and R. Ramoni. 2013. DNA binding mechanism of a SSB protein from Lactococcus lactis siphophage p2. BBA - Proteins and Proteomics. 1834:1070-1076. Abstract
  62. El Haddad, L., and S. Moineau. 2013. Characterization of a novel Panton-Valentine leukocidin-encoding staphylococcal phage and its natural PVL-lacking variant. Appl. Environ. Microbiol. 79:2828-2832. Abstract
  63. Samson, J.E., and S. Moineau. 2013. Bacteriophages in food fermentations: New frontiers in a continuous arms race. Annu. Rev. Food Sci. Technol. 4:347-368. Abstract
  64. Samson, J.E., S. Spinelli, C. Cambillau, and S. Moineau. 2013.Structure and activity of AbiQ, a lactococcal endoribonuclease belonging to the type-III toxin-antitoxin system. Mol. Microbiol. 87:756-68. Abstract
  65. Dupuis M.-E., and S. Moineau. 2013. Type II CRISPR-Cas systems. In CRISPR-Cas Systems: RNA-mediated Adaptive Immunity in Bacteria and Archaea. Barrangou, Rodolphe, van der Oost, John, (Eds.) Springer. p.171-200. Abstract
  66. Moineau, S. 2013. Bacteriophages. Brenner’s Online Encyclopedia of Genetics, 2nd edition. Maloy, S. and Hughes, K. (Eds.) Elsevier. p.280-283. Abstract
  67. Villion, M., and S. Moineau. 2013. The double-edged sword of CRISPR- Cas systems. Cell Res. 23:15-17. Abstract
  68. Cornelissen, A., R. Lavigne, and S. Moineau. 2012. Fighting bacteriophage infection: mechanisms of bacterial resistance. Phage Therapy: Current Research and Applications. Borysowski, Międzybrodzki, and Górski (eds). Caister Academic Press.
  69. Briggiler Marcó, M., J.E. Garneau, D.M. Tremblay, A. Quiberoni, and S. Moineau. 2012. Characterization of two virulent phages of Lactobacillus plantarum. Appl. Environ. Microbiol. 78:8719-8734. Abstract
  70. Briggiler Marcó, M., S. Moineau, and A. Quiberoni. 2012. Bacteriophages and dairy fermentations. Bacteriophages. 2(3). Abstract
  71. Labrie, S.J., D.M. Tremblay, M. Moisan, M. Villion, A.H. Magadán, V. Campanacci, C. Cambillau, and S. Moineau. 2012. The major capsid protein and two early-expressed phage genes are involved in the activity of the lactococcal abortive infection mechanism AbiT. Appl. Environ. Microbiol. 78:6890-6899. Abstract
  72. Magadán, A.H., M.-È. Dupuis, M. Villion, and S. Moineau. 2012.Cleavage of phage DNA by the Streptococcus thermophilus CRISPR3-Cas System. PLoS ONE. 7:e40913. Abstract
  73. Comeau, A., D. Tremblay, S. Moineau, A. Kushkina, F.I. Tovkach, T. Rattei, H.M. Krisch, and H.-W. Ackermann. 2012. Phage morphology recapitulates phylogeny: The comparative genomics of a new group of dwarf myoviruses. PLoS ONE. 7:e40102.Abstract
  74. Moisan, M. et S. Moineau. 2012. Multilocus Sequence Typing Scheme for the Characterization of 936-like Phages Infecting Lactococcus lactis. Appl. Environ. Microbiol. 78:4646-4653. Abstract
  75. Delisle, A. L., M. Guo, N. I. Chalmers, G. J. Barcak, G. M. Rousseau, and S. Moineau. 2012. Biology and Genome Sequence of Streptococcus mutans Phage M102AD. Applied and Environmental Microbiology 78:2264-71. Abstract
  76. McCusky Gendron, L., L. Trudel, S. Moineau, and C. Duchaine. 2012. Evaluation of bacterial contaminants found on unused paper towels and possible postcontamination after handwashing: A pilot study. American Journal of Infection Control 40:e5-e9. Abstract
  77. Rousseau, G.M., H. Deveau, and S. Moineau. 2011. Phage Resistance in Lactic Acid Bacteria. In: Bacteriophages in Dairy Processing. A. Quiberoni and J. Reinheimer. (eds) Nova Science Publishers, Inc. p. 149-174. Abstract
  78. Aswani, V., D. M. Tremblay, S. Moineau, and S. K. Shukla. 2011. A first report of Staphylococcus epidermidis bacteriophages from the anterior nares of Humans. Appl. Environ. Microbiol. 77:7853-7855. Abstract
  79. Garneau, J., and S. Moineau. 2011. Bacteriophages of lactic acid bacteria and their impact on milk fermentations. Microbial Cell Factories. 10(Suppl 1):S20. Abstract
  80. Wang, C., M. Villion, C. Semper, C. Coros, S. Moineau, and S. Zimmerly. 2011. A reverse transcriptase-related protein mediates phage resistance and polymerizes untemplated DNA in vitro. Nucleic Acids Research. 39: 7620-7629. Abstract
  81. Häuser, R., M. Sabri, S. Moineau, and P. Uetz. 2011. The proteome and interactome of the Streptococcus phage Cp-1 virion. J. Bacteriol. 193:3135-3138. Abstract
  82. Makarova, K.S., D.H. Haft, R. Barrangou, S.J.J. Brouns, E. Charpentier, P. Horvath, S. Moineau, F.J. M. Mojica, Y.I. Wolf, A.F. Yakunin, J. van der Oost, and E.V. Koonin. 2011. Evolution and classification of the CRISPR/Cas systems. Nature Reviews Microbiology. 9:467-477. Abstract
  83. Scaltriti, E., H. Launay, M.-M. Genois, P. Bron, C. Rivetti, S. Grolli, M. Ploquin, Valérie Campanacci, M. Tegoni, C. Cambillau, S. Moineau, and J.-Y. Masson. 2011. Lactococcal phage p2 ORF35-Sak3 is an ATPase involved in DNA recombination and AbiK mechanism. Mol. Microbiol. 80:102-116. Abstract
  84. Sabri, M., R. Häuser, M. Ouellette, J. Liu, M. Dehbi, G. Moeck, E. García, B. Titz, P. Uetz, and S. Moineau. 2011. Genome annotation and intraviral interactome of the Streptococcus pneumoniae virulent phage Dp-1. J. Bacteriol. 193:551-562. Abstract
  85. Verreault, D., L. Gendron, G.M. Rousseau, M. Veillette, D. Massé, W.G. Lindsley, S. Moineau, and C. Duchaine. 2011. Detection of airborne lactococcal bacteriophages in cheese manufacturing plants. Appl. Environ. Microbiol. 77:491-497. Abstract
  86. Villion, M., and S. Moineau. 2011. CRISPR/Cas, un système immunitaire bactérien. Biofutur. 322: 56-61. Abstract
  87. Garneau J.E., and S. Moineau. 2011. CRISPR/Cas system and resistance to bacteriophage infection. Encyclopedia of Life Sciences. John Wiley & Sons, Inc. Abstract
  88. Garneau, J.E., M.-È. Dupuis, M. Villion, D.A. Romero, R. Barrangou, P. Boyaval, C. Fremaux, P. Horvath, A.H. Magadán, and S. Moineau. 2010. The CRISPR/Cas bacterial immune system cleaves phage and plasmid DNA. Nature. 468:67-71. Abstract
  89. Deveau, H., J. E. Garneau, and S. Moineau. 2010. CRISPR/Cas system and its role in phage-bacteria interactions. Ann. Rev. Microbiol. 64:475-493. Abstract
  90. Sciara, G., C. Bebeacua, P. Bron, D. Tremblay, M. Ortiz-Lombardia, J. Lichière, M. van Heel, V. Campanacci, S. Moineau, and C. Cambillau. 2010. Structure of lactococcal phage p2 baseplate and its mechanism of activation. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA. 107:6852-6857. Abstract
  91. Labrie S.J., J.E. Samson, and S. Moineau. 2010. Bacteriophage resistance mechanisms. Nature Reviews Microbiology. 8:317-327. Abstract
  92. Campanacci, V. D. Veesler, J. Lichière, S. Blangy, G. Sciara, S. Moineau, D. van Sinderen, P. Bron, and C. Cambillau. 2010. Solution and electron-microscopy characterization of lactococcal phage baseplates expressed in E. coli. J. Struct. Biol. 172: 75-84. Abstract
  93. Scaltriti, E., S. Moineau, H. Launay, J.-Y. Masson, C. Rivetti, R. Ramoni, V. Campanacci, M. Tegoni, and C. Cambillau. 2010. Deciphering the function of lactococcal phage ul36 Sak domains. J. Struct. Biol. 170:462-469. Abstract
  94. Quiberoni, A., S. Moineau, G.M. Rousseau, J. Reinheimer, and H.-W. Ackermann. 2010. Review: Streptococcus thermophilus bacteriophages. Int. Dairy J. 20:657-664. Abstract.
  95. Samson, J.E., and S. Moineau. 2010. Characterization of the Lactococcus lactis phage 949 and comparison with other lactococcal phages. Appl. Environ. Microbiol. 76:6843–6852. Abstract
  96. Dupuis, M.-E., and S. Moineau. 2010. Genome organization and characterization of the virulent lactococcal phage 1358 and its similarities with Listeria phages. Appl. Environ. Microbiol. 76:1623-1632. Abstract
  97. Haaber, J., J.E. Samson, S.J. Labrie, V. Campanacci, C. Cambillau, S. Moineau,, and K. Hammer. 2010. Lactococcal abortive infection protein AbiV interacts directly with the phage protein SaV and prevents translation of phage proteins. Appl. Environ. Microbiol. 76:7085-7092. Abstract
  98. Verreault, D., G. M. Rousseau, L. Gendron, D. Massé, S. Moineau, and C. Duchaine. 2010. Comparison of polycarbonate and polytetrafluoroethylene filters for sampling of airborne phages. Aerosol Sci. Technol. 44:203-207. Abstract
  99. Gendron, L., D. Verreault, M. Veillette, S. Moineau, and C. Duchaine. 2010. Evaluation of filters for the sampling and quantification of RNA phage aerosols. Aerosol Sci. Technol. 44:893-901. Abstract
  100. Labrie, S.J. and S. Moineau. 2010. Bacteriophages in industrial food processing: Incidence and control in industrial fermentation. In: Bacteriophage in the detection and control of foodborne pathogens. P. Sabour and M. Griffiths (eds.). ASM Press. p. 199-216. Abstract
  101. Veesler, D., B. Dreier, S. Blangy, J. Lichière, D. Tremblay, S. Moineau, S. Spinelli, M. Tegoni, A. Plückthun, V. Campanacci, and C. Cambillau. 2009. Crystal structure and function of a DARPin neutralizing inhibitor of lactococcal phage TP901-1: Comparison of DARPin and camelid VHH binding mode. J. Biol. Chem. 284:30718-30726. Abstract
  102. Scaltriti, E., M. Tegoni, C. Rivetti, H. Launay, J.-Y. Masson, A.H. Magadan, D. Tremblay, S. Moineau, R. Ramoni, J. Lichière, V. Campanacci, C. Cambillau, and M. Ortiz-Lombardía. 2009. Structure and function of ORF34p2, a single stranded DNA binding protein from the lactococcal phage p2. Mol. Microbiol. Abstract
  103. Guglielmotti, D.M., H. Deveau, A.G. Binetti, J.A. Reinheimer, S. Moineau, and A. Quiberoni. 2009. Genome analysis of two virulent Streptococcus thermophilus phages isolated in Argentina. Int. J. Food Microbiol. 136:101-109. Abstract
  104. Rousseau , G.M., and S. Moineau. 2009. Evolution of Lactococcus lactis phages within a cheese factory. Appl. Environ. Microbiol. 75:5336-5344. Abstract
  105. Villion, M., M.-C. Chopin, H. Deveau, S.D. Ehrlich, S. Moineau, and A. Chopin. 2009. P087, a lactococcal phage with a morphogenesis module similar to an Enterococcus faecalis prophage. Virology. 388:49-56.Abstract
  106. Haaber, J., S. Moineau, and K. Hammer. 2009. Activation and transfer of the chromosomal phage resistance mechanism AbiV in Lactococcus lactis. Appl. Environ. Microbiol. 75:3358-3361. Abstract
  107. Siponen, M., S. Spinelli, S. Blangy, S. Moineau, C. Cambillau, and V. Campanacci. 2009. Crystal structure of a chimeric receptor binding protein constructed from two lactococcal phages. J. Bacteriol. 191:3220-3225.Abstract
  108. Haaber, J., G.M. Rousseau, K. Hammer, and S. Moineau. 2009. Identification and characterization of a phage gene sav involved in sensitivity to the lactococcal abortive infection mechanism AbiV. Appl. Environ. Microbiol. 75:2484-2494. Abstract
  109. Siponen, M., G. Sciara, M. Villion, S. Spinelli, J. Lichière, C. Cambillau, S. Moineau, and V. Campanacci. 2009. Crystal structure of ORF12 from Lactococcus lactis phage p2 identifies a tape measure protein chaperone. J. Bacteriol. 191:728-734. Abstract
  110. Fortier, L.-C., and S. Moineau. 2009. Phage production and maintenance of stocks, including expected stock lifetimes. Methods Mol Biol. 501:203-219. Abstract
  111. Villion, M., and S. Moineau. 2009. Bacteriophages of Lactobacillus. Frontiers in Bioscience. 14:1642-1660. Abstract
  112. Robitaille, G., A. Tremblay, S. Moineau, D. St-Gelais, C. Vadeboncoeur, and M. Britten. 2009. Fat-free yogurt made using a galactose-positive exopolysaccharide-producing recombinant strain of Streptococcus thermophilus. J. Dairy Sci. 92:477-482. Abstract
  113. Sun, X., D. van Sinderen, S. Moineau, and K.J. Heller 2009. Impact of lysogeny on bacteria with a focus on lactic acid bacteria. Dans: Con temporary Trends in Bacteriophage Research. Nova Science Publishers, Inc. pp. 309-336.
  114. Deveau, H., S. Labrie, and S. Moineau. 2009. Les bacteriophages. Dans: Physiologie, métabolisme, génomique et applications industrielles des bactéries lactiques. D. Drider and H. Prévost (eds.). Editions Economica.
  115. Haaber, J., S. Moineau, L.-C. Fortier, and K. Hammer. 2008. AbiV, a novel abortive phage infection mechanism on the chromosome of Lactococcus lactis subsp. cremoris MG1363. Appl. Environ. Microbiol. 74:6528-6537. Abstract
  116. Ploquin, M., A. Bransi, E.R. Paquet, A. Stasiak, A. Stasiak, X. Yu, A.M. Cieslinska, E.H. Egelman, S. Moineau, and J.-Y. Masson. 2008. Functional and structural basis for a bacteriophage homologue of human RAD52. Curr. Biol. 18:1142-1146. Abstract
  117. Verreault, D., S. Moineau, and C. Duchaine. 2008. A review on airborne virus sampling methods. Microbiology and Molecular Biology Reviews. 72:413-444. Abstract
  118. Labrie, S., J. Josephsen, H. Neve, F.K. Vogensen, and S. Moineau. 2008. Morphology, genome sequence, and structural proteome of the type phage P335 from Lactococcus lactis. Appl. Environ. Microbiol. 74:4636-4644. Abstract
  119. Garneau, J.E., D.M. Tremblay, and S. Moineau. 2008. Characterization of 1706, a virulent phage from Lactococcus lactis with similarities to prophages from other Firmicutes. Virology. 373:298-309. Abstract
  120. Deveau, H., R. Barrangou, J.E. Garneau, J. Labonté, C. Fremaux, P. Boyaval, D.A. Romero, P. Horvath, and S. Moineau. 2008. Phage response to CRISPR-encoded resistance in Streptococcus thermophilus. J. Bacteriol. 190:1390-400. Abstract
  121. Horvath, P., D.A. Romero, A.-C. Coûté-Monvoisin, M. Richards, H. Deveau, S. Moineau, P. Boyaval, C. Fremaux, and R. Barrangou. 2008. Diversity, activity and evolution of CRISPR loci in Streptococcus thermophilus. J. Bacteriol. 190:1401-1412. Abstract
  122. Vaillancourt, K., N. Bédard, C. Bart, M. Tessier, G. Robitaille, N. Turgeon, M. Frenette, S. Moineau, and C. Vadeboncoeur. 2008. Role of galK and galM in galactose metabolism by Streptococcus thermophilus. Appl. Environ. Microbiol. 74:1264-1267. Abstract
  123. Suárez, V., S. Moineau, J. Reinheimer, and A. Quiberoni. 2008. Argentinean Lactococcus lactis bacteriophages: genetic characterization and adsorption studies. J. Appl. Microbiol. 104:371-379. Abstract
  124. Barrango u, R., C. Fremaux, H. Deveau, M. Richards, P. Boyaval, S. Moineau, D.A. Romero, and P. Horvath. 2007. CRISPR provides acquired resistance against viruses in prokaryotes. Science. 315:1709-1712. Abstract
  125. Labrie, S.J., and S. Moineau. 2007. Abortive infection mechanisms and prophage sequences significantly influence the genetic make-up of emerging lytic lactococcal phages. J. Bacteriol. 189:1482-1487. Abstract
  126. Fortier, L.-C., and S. Moineau. 2007. Morphological and genetic diversity of temperate phages in Clostridium difficile. Appl. Environ. Microbiol. 73:7358-7366. Abstract
  127. Girard, S.L., and S. Moineau. 2007. Analysis of two theta-replicating plasmids of Streptococcus thermophilus. Plasmid. 58:174-181. Abstract
  128. Chopin, A., H. Deveau, S.D. Ehrlich, S. Moineau, and M.-C. Chopin. 2007. KSY1, a lactococcal phage with a T7-like transcription. Virology. 365:1-9. Abstract
  129. Hultberg, A., D.M. Tremblay, H. de Haard, T. Verrips, S. Moineau, L. Hammarstrom, and H. Marcotte. 2007. Lactobacilli expressing llama VHH fragments neutralise Lactococcus phages. BMC Biotechnology. 7:58. Abstract
  130. Robitaille, G., S. Moineau, D. St-Gelais, C. Vadeboncoeur, and M. Britten. 2007. Galactose metabolism and capsule formation in a recombinant strain of Streptococcus thermophilus with galactose-fermenting phenotype. J. Dairy Sci. 90:4051-4057. Abstract
  131. Emond, E., and S. Moineau. 2007. Bacteriophages and food fermentations. Dans: Bacteriophage: Genetics and Molecular Biology. S. McGrath and D. van Sinderen (eds.). Horizon Scientific Press/Caister Academic Press. p. 93-124. Abstract
  132. Fortier, L.-C., A. Bransi, and S. Moineau. 2006. Genome sequence and global gene expression of Q54, a new phage species linking the 936 and c2 phage species of Lactococcus lactis. J. Bacteriol. 188:6101-6114. Abstract
  133. Deveau, H., S.J. Labrie, M.-C. Chopin, and S. Moineau. 2006. Biodiversity and classification of lactococcal phages. Appl. Environ. Microbiol. 72:4338-4346. Abstract
  134. Spinelli, S., A. Desmyter, C.T. Verrips, H.J.W. de Haard, S. Moineau, and C. Cambillau. 2006. Lactococcal bacteriophage p2 receptor binding protein structure suggests a common ancestor gene with bacterial and mammalian viruses. Nature Struct. Mol. Biol. 13:85-89. Abstract
  135. Spinelli, S., V. Campanacci, S. Blangy, S. Moineau, M. Tegoni, and C. Cambillau. 2006. Modular structure of the receptor binding proteins of Lactococcus lactis phages: The RBP structure of the temperate phage TP901-1. J. Biol. Chem. 281:14256-14262. Abstract
  136. Tremblay, D.M., M. Tegoni, S. Spinelli, V. Campanacci, S. Blangy, C. Huyghe, A. Desmyter, S. Labrie, S. Moineau, and C. Cambillau. 2006. Receptor binding protein of Lactococcus lactis phages: Identification and characterization of the saccharide receptor binding site. J. Bacteriol. 188:2400-2410. Abstract
  137. Duplessis, M., C.M. Lévesque, and S. Moineau. 2006. Characterization of Streptococcus thermophilus host-range phage mutants. Appl. Environ. Microbiol. 72:3036-3041. Abstract
  138. Moineau, S., J. Bouchard, and E. Dion. 2006. Fragment of L. lactis plasmid conferring antiphage activity and uses thereof. U.S. Pat. 7,119,167. Abstract
  139. Ricagno, S., V. Campanacci, S. Blangy, S. Spinelli, D.M. Tremblay, S. Moineau, M. Tegoni, and C. Cambillau. 2006. The crystal structure of the receptor-binding protein head domain from Lactococcus lactis phage bIL170. J. Virol. 80:9331-9335. Abstract
  140. Donovan, D.M., S. Dong, W. Garrett, G.M. Rousseau, S. Moineau, and D.G. Pritchard. 2006. Peptidoglycan hydrolase fusions maintain their parental specificities. Appl. Environ. Microbiol. 72:2988-2996. Abstract
  141. Donovan, D.M., J. Foster-Frey, S. Dong, G. Rousseau, S. Moineau, and D.G. Pritchard. 2006. The cell lysis activity of the endolysin from the Streptococcus agalactiae bacteriophage B30 relies on the CHAP endopeptidase domain. Appl. Environ. Microbiol. 72:5108-5112. Abstract
  142. Robitaille, R., S. Moineau, D. St-Gelais, C. Vadeboncoeur, and M. Britten. 2006. Detection and quantification of capsular exopolysaccharides from Streptococcus thermophilus using lectin probes. J. Dairy Sci. 89 :4156-4162. Abstract
  143. Quiberoni, A., D. Tremblay, H.-W. Ackermann, S. Moineau, and J. A. Reinheimer. 2006. Diversity of Streptococcus thermophilus phages in a large production cheese factory in Argentina. J. Dairy Sci. 89:3791-3799. Abstract
  144. Mahony, J., H. Deveau, S. Mc Grath, M. Ventura, C. Canchaya, S. Moineau, G. F. Fitzgerald, and D. van Sinderen. 2006. Sequence and comparative genomic analysis of lactococcal bacteriophages jj50, 712, and P008: evolutionary insights into the 936 phage species. FEMS Micriol. Lett. 261:253-261. Abstract
  145. Capra, M.L., A.L. Quiberoni, H.-W. Ackermann, S. Moineau, and J.A. Reinheimer. 2006. Characterization of a new virulent phage (MLC-A) of Lactobacillus paracasei. J. Dairy Sci. 89:2414-2424.Abstract
  146. Duplessis, M., W.M. Russell, D.A. Romero, and S. Moineau. 2005. Global gene expression analysis of two Streptococcus thermophilus bacteriophages using DNA microarray. Virology. 340:192-208. Abstract
  147. Lévesque, C., M. Duplessis, J. Labonté, S. Labrie, C. Fremaux, D. Tremblay, and S. Moineau. 2005. Genomic organization and molecular analysis of the virulent bacteriophage 2972 infecting an exopolysaccharide-producing Streptococcus thermophilus strain. Appl. Environ. Microbiol. 71:4057-4068. Abstract
  148. Labrie, S., C. Bart, C. Vadeboncoeur, and S. Moineau. 2005. Use of an alpha-galactosidase gene as a food-grade selection marker in Streptococcus thermophilus. J. Dairy Sci. 88:2341-2347.Abstract
  149. de Haard, H.J.W., S. Bezemer, A.M. Ledeboer, W.H. Müller, P.J. Boender, S. Moineau, M.-C. Coppelmans, A.J. Verkleij, L.G.J. Frenken, and C.T. Verrips. 2005. Llama antibodies against a lactococcal protein located at the tip of the phage tail prevent phage infection. J. Bacteriol. 187:4531-4541. Abstract
  150. Fortier L.-C., J.D. Bouchard, and S. Moineau. 2005. Expression and site-directed mutagenesis of the lactococcal abortive phage infection protein AbiK. J. Bacteriol. 187:3721-3730. Abstract
  151. Lamothe, G., C. Lévesque, F. Bissonnette, A. Cochu, C. Vadeboncoeur, M. Frenette, M. Duplessis, D. Tremblay, and S. Moineau. 2005. Characterization of the cro-ori region of the Streptococcus thermophilus virulent bacteriophage DT1. Appl. Environ. Microbiol. 71:1237-1246. Abstract
  152. Cochu, A., D. Roy, K. Vaillancourt, J.-D. LeMay, I. Casabon, M. Frenette, S. Moineau, and C. Vadeboncoeur. 2005. The doubly phosphorylated form of HPr, HPr(Ser-P)(His-P), is abundant in exponentially growing cells of Streptococcus thermophilus and phosphorylates the lactose transporter LacS as efficiently as HPr(His-P). Appl. Environ. Microbiol. 71:1364-1372. Abstract
  153. Moineau, S., and C. Lévesque. 2005. Control of bacteriophages in industrial fermentations. In: Bacteriophages: Biology and Applications. Kutter, E. and A. Sulakvelidze (eds). CRC Press. Chap. 10, p. 285-296.
  154. Bouchard, J.D., and S. Moineau. 2004. Lactococcal phage genes involved in AbiK sensitivity and their relation to single-strand annealing proteins. J. Bacteriol. 186:3649-3652. Abstract
  155. Lute, S., H. Aranha, D. Tremblay, D. Liang, H.-W. Ackermann, B. Chu, S. Moineau, and K. Brorson. 2004. Virus-retentive filter nomenclature: Characterization of the coliphage PR772 recommended for virus filter performance testing. Appl. Environ. Microbiol. 70:4864-4871. Abstract
  156. Vaillancourt, K., J.D. LeMay, M. Lamoureux, M. Frenette, S. Moineau, and C. Vadeboncoeur. 2004. Characterization of a galactokinase-positive recombinant strain of Streptococcus thermophilus. Appl. Environ. Microbiol. 70:4596-4603. Abstract
  157. Turgeon, N., M. Frenette, and S. Moineau. 2004. Characterization of a theta replicating plasmid from Streptococcus thermophilus. Plasmid. 51:24-36. Abstract
  158. Labrie, S., N. Vukov, M.J. Loessner, and S. Moineau. 2004. Distribution and composition of the lysis cassette of Lactococcus lactis phages and functional analysis of bacteriophage ul36 holin. FEMS Microbiol. Lett. 233:37-43. Abstract
  159. Ackermann, H.-W., D. Tremblay, and S. Moineau. 2004. Long-term bacteriophage preservation. World Federation for Culture Collections Newsletter. 38:35-40.
  160. Vadeboncoeur, C., and S. Moineau. 2004. Commentary - The relevance of genetic analysis to dairy bacteria: building upon our heritage. Microb. Cell Fact. 3:15. (BioMed Central, Open access). Abstract
  161. Lessard, C., A. Cochu, J.-D. Lemay, D. Roy, K. Vaillancourt, M. Frenette, S. Moineau, and C. Vadeboncoeur. 2003. Phosphorylation of Streptococcus salivarius lactose permease (LacS) by HPr(His~P) and HPr(Ser-P)(His~P) and the effect on growth. J. Bacteriol. 185:6764-6772. Abstract
  162. Harel, J., G. Martinez, A. Nassar, H. Dezfulian, S. J. Labrie, R. Brousseau, S. Moineau, and M. Gottschalk. 2003. Identification of an inducible bacteriophage in a virulent strain of Streptococcus suis serotype 2. Infect. Immun. 71:6104-6108. Abstract
  163. Cochu, A., C. Vadeboncoeur, S. Moineau, and M. Frenette. 2003. Genetic and biochemical characterization of the phosphoenolpyruvate : glucose/mannose phosphotransferase system of Streptococcus thermophilus.Appl. Environ. Microbiol. 69:5423-5432. Abstract
  164. Boucher, I., C. Vadeboncoeur, and S. Moineau. 2003. Characterization of genes involved in the metabolism of alpha-galactosides in Lactococcus raffinolactis. Appl. Environ. Microbiol. 69:4049-4056. Abstract
  165. Deveau, H., and S. Moineau. 2003. Use of RFLP to characterize Lactococcus lactis strains producing exopolysaccharide. J. Dairy Sci. 86:1472-1475. Abstract
  166. Broadbent, J.R., D.J. McMahon, D. L. Welker, C.J. Oberg, and S. Moineau. 2003. Exopolysaccharide production in Streptococcus thermophilus: biochemistry, genetics, and applications. J. Dairy Sci. 86:407-423.Abstract
  167. Bouchard, J.D., E. Dion, F. Bissonnette, and S. Moineau. 2002. Characterization of the two-component abortive phage infection mechanism AbiT from Lactococcus lactis. J. Bacteriol. 184:6325-6332.Abstract
  168. Boucher, I., M. Parrot, H. Gaudreau, C.P. Champagne, C. Vadeboncoeur, and S. Moineau. 2002. Novel food-grade plasmid vector based on melibiose fermentation for the genetic engineering of Lactococcus lactis. Appl. Environ. Microbiol. 68:6152-6161. Abstract
  169. Deveau, H., M.-R. van Calsteren, and S. Moineau. 2002. The effect of exopolysaccharides on phage-host interactions in Lactococcus lactis. Appl. Environ. Microbiol. 68:4364-4369. Abstract
  170. Vaillancourt, K., S. Moineau, M. Frenette, C. Lessard, and C. Vadeboncoeur. 2002. The galactose and lactose genes from the galactose-positive bacterium Streptococcus salivarius and the phylogenetically related galactose-negative bacterium Streptococcus thermophilus: organization, sequence, transcription, and activity of the gal gene products. J. Bacteriol. 184:785-793. Abstract
  171. Moineau, S., D. Tremblay, and S. Labrie. 2002. Phages of lactic acid bacteria: from genomics to industrial applications. ASM News. 68:388-393.
  172. Labrie, S., and S. Moineau. 2002. Complete genomic sequence of bacteriophage ul36 : Demonstration of phage heterogeneity within the P335 species of lactococcal phages. Virology. 296:308-320. Abstract
  173. Ledeboer A. M., S. Bezemer, J. J. W. de Haard, I. M. Schaffers, C.T. Verrips, C. van Vliet, E.-M. Düsterhöft, P. Zoon, S. Moineau, and L.G.J. Frenken. 2002. Preventing phage lysis of Lactococcus lactis in cheese production using a neutralizing heavy-chain antibody fragment. J. Dairy Sci. 85:1376-1382. Abstract
  174. Lamontagne, M., C.P. Champagne, J. Reitz-Ausseur, S. Moineau, N. Gardner, and M. Lamoureux. 2002. Microbiologie du lait. Dans: Science et technologie du lait. Fondation de Technologie Laitière du Québec inc. Chap. 2, p. 75-151.
  175. Duplessis, M., and S. Moineau. 2001. Identification of a genetic determinant responsible for host specificity in Streptococcus thermophilus bacteriophages. Mol. Microbiol. 41:325-336. Abstract
  176. Boucher, I., E. Emond, M. Parrot, and S. Moineau. 2001. DNA sequence analysis of three Lactococcus plasmids encoding phage resistance mechanisms. J. Dairy Sci. 84:1610-1620. Abstract
  177. Turgeon, N., and S. Moineau. 2001. Isolation and characterization of a Streptococcus thermophilus plasmid that is highly related to the pMV158 family. Plasmid. 45:171-183. Abstract
  178. Emond, E., R. Lavallée, G. Drolet, S. Moineau, and G. LaPointe. 2001. Molecular characterization of a theta replication plasmid and its use for development of a two-component food-grade cloning system for Lactococcus lactis. Appl. Environ. Microbiol. 67:1700-1709. Abstract
  179. Boucher I., and S. Moineau. 2001. Phages of Lactococcus lactis: an ecological and economical equilibrium. Recent Res. Devel. Virol. Transworld Research Network. 3:243-256.
  180. Bouchard, J.D., and S. Moineau. 2000. Homologous recombination between a lactococcal bacteriophage and the chromosome of its host strain. Virology. 270:65-75. Abstract
  181. Bissonnette, F., S. Labrie, H. Deveau, M. Lamoureux, and S. Moineau. 2000. Characterization of mesophilic mixed starter cultures used for the manufacture of aged Cheddar cheese. J. Dairy Sci. 83:620-627. Abstract
  182. Labrie, S., and S. Moineau. 2000. Multiplex PCR for detection and identification of lactococcal bacteriophages. Appl. Environ. Microbiol. 66:987-994. Abstract
  183. Boucher, I., E. Emond, E. Dion, D. Montpetit, and S. Moineau. 2000. Microbiological and molecular impacts of AbiK on the lytic cycle of Lactococcus lactis phages of the 936 and P335 species. Microbiology. 146:445-453. Abstract
  184. Moineau, S. 1999. Applications of phage resistance in lactic acid bacteria. Antonie van Leeuwenhoek. 76:377-382. Abstract
  185. Tremblay, D.M., and S. Moineau. 1999. Complete genomic sequence of the lytic bacteriophage DT1 of Streptococcus thermophilus. Virology. 255:63-76. Abstract
  186. Emond, E., E. Dion, S. A. Walker, E. R. Vedamuthu, J. K. Kondo, and S. Moineau. 1998. AbiQ, an abortive infection mechanism from Lactococcus lactis. Appl. Environ. Microbiol. 64:4748-4756. Abstract
  187. Chibani, S., I. Fliss, R.E. Simard, and S. Moineau. 1998. Monoclonal antibodies raised against native major capsid proteins of lactococcal c2-like bacteriophages. Appl. Environ. Microbiol. 64:4255-4259. Abstract
  188. Champagne, C.P., and S. Moineau. 1998. Bacteriophages. In Production de ferments lactiques dans l’industrie laitière. C.P. Champagne (ed.) Chap. 4, p. 89-116.
  189. Le Marrec, C., D. van Sinderen, L. Walsh, E. Stanley, E. Vlegels, S. Moineau, P. Heinze, G. Fitzgerald, and B. Fayard. 1997. Two groups of bacteriophages infecting Streptococcus thermophilus can be distinguished on the basis of mode of packaging and genetic determinants for major structural proteins. Appl. Environ. Microbiol. 63:3246-3253. Abstract
  190. Emond, E., B.J. Holler, I. Boucher, P.A. Vandenbergh, E.R. Vedamuthu, J.K. Kondo, and S. Moineau. 1997. Phenotypic and genetic characterization of the phage abortive infection mechanism AbiK from Lactococcus lactis. Appl. Environ. Microbiol. 63:1274-1283. Abstract
  191. Moineau, S., M. Borkaev, B.J. Holler, S.A. Walker, J.K. Kondo, E.R. Vedamuthu, and P.A. Vandenbergh. 1996. Isolation and characterization of lactococcal phages from U.S. buttermilk plants. J. Dairy Sci. 79:2104-2111. Abstract
  192. Moineau, S., S.A. Walker, B.J. Holler, E.R. Vedamuthu, and P.A. Vandenbergh. 1995. Expression of a Lactococcus lactis phage resistance mechanism by Streptococcus thermophilus. Appl. Environ. Microbiol. 61:2461-2466. Abstract
  193. Moineau, S., S.A. Walker, E.R. Vedamuthu, and P.A. Vandenbergh. 1995. Cloning and sequencing of LlaDCHI restriction/modification genes from Lactococcus lactis and relatedness of this system to the Streptococcus pneumoniae DpnII system. Appl. Environ. Microbiol. 61:2193-2203. Abstract
  194. Moineau, S., S. Pandian, and T.R. Klaenhammer. 1995. Specific chromosomal sequences can contribute to the appearance of a new lytic bacteriophage in Lactococcus. Dev. Biol. Stand. 85:577-580. Abstract
  195. Moineau, S., S. Pandian, and T.R. Klaenhammer. 1994. Evolution of a lytic bacteriophage via DNA acquisition from the Lactococcus lactis chromosome. Appl. Environ. Microbiol. 60:1832-1841. Abstract
  196. Moineau, S., D. Bernier, M. Jobin, J. Hébert, T.R. Klaenhammer, and S. Pandian. 1993. Production of monoclonal antibodies against the major capsid protein of the lactococcal phage ul36 and development of an ELISA for direct detection of phages in whey and milk. Appl. Environ. Microbiol. 59:2034-2040. Abstract
  197. Moineau, S., E. Durmaz, S. Pandian, and T.R. Klaenhammer. 1993. Differentiation of two abortive mechanisms using monoclonal antibodies directed toward lactococcal phage proteins. Appl. Environ. Microbiol. 59:208-212. Abstract
  198. Moineau, S., S. Pandian, and T.R. Klaenhammer. 1993. R/M systems and restriction endonucleases are more effective on lactococcal bacteriophages that have emerged recently in the industry. Appl. Environ. Microbiol. 59:197-202. Abstract
  199. Moineau, S., J. Fortier, H.W. Ackermann, and S. Pandian. 1992. Characterization of lactococcal bacteriophages from Québec cheese plants. Can. J. Microbiol. 38:875-882. Abstract
  200. Moineau, S., J. Fortier, and S. Pandian. 1992. Direct detection of lactococcal bacteriophages in cheese whey using DNA probes. FEMS Microbiol. Lett. 92:169-174. Abstract
  201. Moineau, S., and S. Pandian. 1991. Temperature and salt sensitivity of lactococci - A possible determining factor of the phage epidemiology. Milchwissenschaft. 46:709-711.
  202. Moineau, S., and J. Goulet. 1991. Effect of fermented milks on humoral response of mice. International Dairy J. 1:231-239. Abstract
  203. Moineau, S., and J. Goulet. 1991. Effect of feeding fermented milks on the pulmonary macrophage activity in mice. Milchwissenschaft. 46:551-554.
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