Peer-reviewed Publications

 131.       A.MacLean, F. Legendre, S. Tharmalingam and V.D. Appanna (2021)
Phosphate stress triggers the conversion of glycerol into L-carnitine in Pseudomonas fluorescens.

                     Microbiological Research, 253: 126865. Abbreviated version 

130.       F.Legendre, A.MacLean, V.P. Appanna and V.D. Appanna (2020)
                       Biochemical pathways to alpha ketoglutarate, a multi-faceted metabolite
                      World Journal of Microbiology and Biotechnology.: 36:123;
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129.       A.MacLean, M.Bley, V.P. Appanna and V.D. Appanna (2020)
                       Metabolic manipulation by Pseudomonas fluorescens: A Powerful Stratagem Against Oxidative and Metal Stress
                      Journal of Medical Microbiology.: 69:339-346;
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128.       F.Legendre, S.Tharmalingam, M.Bley, A. MacLean and V.D. Appanna (2020)
                       Metabolic adaptation and NADPH homeostasis evoked by a sulphur deficient environment in Pseudomonas fluorescens
                      Antonie Van Leeuwenhoek.: 113(5):605-6169;
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127.       A. Alhasawi, S.Thomas, S. Tharmalingam F.Legendre & V.D. Appanna (2019)
                       Isocitrate lyase and succinate semialdehyde dehydrogenase mediate the synthesis of alpha-ketoglutarate in Pseudomonas fluorescens
                      Frontiers in Microbiology.:10:1929;
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126.       A. Alhasawi, F.Legendre, S.Jagadeesan & V.D. Appanna (2019)
                       Biochemical strategies to counter nitrosative stress: Nanofactories for value-added products.
                      Microbial Diversity in the Genomic Era (Elsevier): 154-170 

125.       V.D. Appanna (2018)
                       Human Microbes: Power within Health-Healing and beyond.

124.       A. Alhasawi, & V.D. Appanna (2017)
                       Enhanced extracellular chitinase production in Pseudomonas fluorescens: biotechnological implications.
                      AIMS Bioengineering 4(3): 366-375

123.       S. Tharmalingam, A. Alhasawi, V.P. Appanna, J. Lemire, & V.D. Appanna (2017)
                       Reactive nitrogen species (RNS)-resistant microbes: adaptation and medical implications.
                      Biol Chem. 398(11): 1193-1208

122.       J. Lemire, A. Alhasawi, V.P. Appanna, S. Tharmalingam, & V.D. Appanna (2017)
                       Metabolic defence against oxidative stress: the road less travelled so far.
                      J Appl Microbiol.123(4): 798-809

121.       S. Rajabanshi, A. N. Paranjape, V. D. Appanna (2017)
                       Ethanol-inuced alteraions in cardiac enzymes-ameliorativ effect of Thespesia populnea leaf extract.
                      International journal of pharmacy and pharmaceutical sciences.9(8): 161

120.       S. Rajabanshi, A.N., Paranjape, V.D. Appanna (2017)
                       Counteraction of adriamycin-induced alterations in cardiac enzymes by Thespesia populnea leaf extract.
                      Applied Journal of Applied pharmaceutical science.7(7): 150-157

119.       S. Tharmalingam, A. Alhasawi,V.P. Appanna & V.D. Appanna.(2017)
                       Decontamination of multiple-metalpollution by microbial systems: The metabolic twist. Chapter 11. Handbook of metal-microbe interactions and bioremediation. Publisher Springer.

118.       C. Auger, N.D. Appanna,& V.D. Appanna.(2016)
                       Metabolic networks to counter aluminum toxicity in Pseudomonas fluorescens: a holisticview in stress and environemental control of gene expression in bacteria, Chapter 20, pp 1-38.Ed. G. Debrukin, Wiley-Backwell publisher.

117.       N. Aldarini, A. Alhasawi, S.C. Thomas, V.D. Appanna.(2017)
                       The role of glutamine synthetase in energy production and glutamine metabolism during oxidative sress.
                      Antonie Van Leeuwenhoek, doi:10.1007/s10482-017-0829-3 

116.       A.Alhasawi & V.D. Appanna.(2017)
                       Manganese orchestrates a metabolic shift leading to the increased bioconversion of glycerol into alpha-ketoglutarate
                      AIMS Bioengineering 4: 21-27 

115.       V.P. Appanna, A. Alhasawi, C. Auger, S.C. Thomas, V.D. Appanna.(2016)
                       Phospho-transfer networks and ATP homeostasis in response to an ineffective electron transport chain in Pseudomonas fluorescens.
                      Archives of Biochemistry and biophysics 606: 26-33 
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114.       A.D. Agrawal, K.K. Chaudagar, V.D. Appanna, A.A. Mehta.(2016)
                       An antihistaminic activity of vitamin D in experimental models
                      World Journal of Pharmacy and pharmaceutical sciences, 5 (02): 1489-1497 

113.       A. Alhasawi, S.C. Thomas, V.D. Appanna.(2016)
                       Metabolic networks to generate pyruvate, PEP and ATP from glycerol in Pseudomonas fluorescens
                      Enzyme Microb Technol, 85 51-6 

112.       S.C. Thomas, A. Alhasawi, C. Auger, A. Omri, V.D. Appanna.(2016)
                       The role of formate in combatting oxidative stress."
                      Antonie Van Leeuwenhoek, 109(2): 263-71 

111.       A. Alhasawi, M. Leblanc, N.D. Appanna, C. Auger, V.D. Appanna.(2015)
                       Aspartate metabolism and pyruvate homeostasis triggered by oxidative stress in Pseudomonas fluorescens: A functional metabolomic study"
                      Metabolomics, DOI 10.1007/s11306-015-0841-4 

110.       C. Auger, A. Alhasawi, M. Contavadoo, V.D. Appanna.(2015)
                       Dysfunctional mitochondrial bioenergetics and the pathogenesis of hepatic disorders.
                      Front Cell Dev Biol,25: 3:40  

109.       C. Auger, N.D. Appanna, A. Alhasawi, V.D. Appanna.(2015)
                       Deciphering metabolic netorks by blue native polyacrylamide gel electrophoresis: A functional proteomic exploration.
                      EuPA Open Proteimics,7: 64-72  

108.       C. Auger, N.D. Appanna, V.D. Appanna.(2015)
                       Metabolic networks to counter Al toxicity in pseudomonas fluorescens:a holistic view.
                      Stress and Environmental control of gene expression in Bacteria, Chapter 20: pp: 1-38, Wiley-Blackwell 

107.       A. Alhasawi, J. Constanzi, C. Auger, N.D. Appanna, V.D. Appanna.(2015)
                       Metabolic networks involved in the detoxification of a multi-metal stress in Pseudomonas fluorescenons for the bioremediation of metal pollutants.
                      Journal of biotechnology, 200:38-43 

106.       A. Alhasawi, Z. Castonguay, N.D. Appanna, C. Auger, V.D. Appanna.(2015)
                       Glycine metabolism and anti-oxidative defence mechanisms in Pseudomonas fluorescens.
                      Microbiological Research, 171: 26-31 

105.       A. Mehta, A. Agrawal, V.D. Appanna, K.Chaudagar (2015)
                       Vitamin D impoves corticosteroid efficacy and attenuates its side effects in animal model of asthma.
                      Canadian Journal of physiology and pharmacology, 93: 53-61 

104.       Z. Castonguay, C. Auger, S.C. Thomas, M. Chahma, V.D. Appanna (2014)
                       Nuclear lactate dehydrogenase modulates histone modification in human hepatocytes
                      Biochemical and Biophyscial Research Communications, doi:10.1016/j.bbrc.2014.10.071 

103.       C. Auger, V.D. Appanna (2014)
                       A novel ATP-generating machinery to counter nitrosative stress is mediated by substrate-level phosphorylation.
                      Biochimica Biophysica Acta(BBA),1850: 43-50 

102.       V.D. Appanna, C. Auger, J. Lemire (2014)
                       Energy, the driving force behind good and ill health.
                      frontiers in Cell and developmental Biology, doi: 10.3389/fcell.2014.00028 

101.       S.C. Thomas, A. Alhasawi, V.P. Appanna, C. Auger, V.D. Appanna (2014)
                       Brain metabolism and Alzheimer's disease: The prospect of a metabolite based therapy.
                      Journal of Nutrition, Health and Aging, doi:10.1007/s12603-014-0511-7 

100.       A. Alhasawi, C. Auger, V.P. Appanna, M. Chahma & V.D. Appanna(2014)
                       Zinc toxicity production in Pseudomonas fluorescens.
                      Journal of Applied microbiology, DOI: 10.1111/jam.12497 

99.       J. Lemire, C. Auger, R. Mailloux, & V.D. Appanna(2013)
                       Mitochondrial lactate metabolism is involved in anti-oxidative defense in human astrocytoma cells.
                      Journal Neuroscience Research, 92: 464-475 

98.       C.A. Reinoso, V.D. Appanna & C. Vasquez(2013)
                       Ketoglutarate accumulation is not dependent on isocitrate dehydrogenase activity during tellurite detoxification in E. coli.
                      Biomedical Research International, ( http://dx.doi.org/10.1155/2013/784190) 

97.       S. Han, C. Auger, S.C. Thomas, C.L. Beites & V.D. Appanna(2013)
                       Mitochondrial biogenesis and energy production in differentiating stem cells: a functional metabolic study.
                      Cellular reprogramming, (DOI: 10.1089/cell.2013.0049) 

96.       A. Bignucolo, V.P. Appanna, S.C. Thomas, C. Auger, S. Han, A. Omri & V.D. Appanna(2013)
                       Hydrogen peroxide stress provokes a metabolic reprogramming in Pseudomonas fluorescens: Enhanced production of puyruvate.
                      Journal of Biotechnology, 167: 309-315  

95.       S. Han, J. Lemire, V.P. Appanna, C. Auger, Z Castonguay & V.D. Appanna(2013)
                       How aluminum, an ROS generator promotes hepatic and neurological diseases: The metabolic tale.
                      Cell biology and toxicology, DOI 10.1007/s10565-013-9239-0  

94.       C. Auger, S. Han, V.P. Appanna, S.C. Thomas, G. Ulibarri and V.D. Appanna (2012)
                       Metabolic reengineering invoked by microbial systems to decontaminate aluminum: Implications in bioremediation technologies.
                      Biotechnology Advances, 31: 266-273 

93.       S. Han, C. Auger, Z. Castonguay, V.P. Appanna, S.C. Thomas and V.D. Appanna (2012)
                       The unravelling of metabolic dysfunctions linked to metal-associated diseases by blue-native polyacrylamide gel electrophoresis.
                      Anal. Bioanal.. Chem. DOI 10.1007/s00216-012-6413-9 

92.       C. Auger, J. Lemire, V.P. Appanna and V.D. Appanna (2013)
                       Gallium in Bacteria: Metabolic and medical implications.
                      Encyclopedia of Metalloproteins (2013): 800-807, Springer Publisher

91.       A. Bignucolo, J. Lemire, C. Auger, V.P. Appanna, Z. Castonguay, and V.D. Appanna (2012)
                       The Molecular Connection Between Aluminum Toxicity, Anemia, Inflammation and Obesity: Therapeutic cues
                      Anemia: America INTECH Publisher, 88: 90, 206-210.

90       J. Lemire, C. Auger, A. Bignucolo, V.P.Appanna, and V.D. Appanna (2012)
                       Metabolic Strategies Deployed by Pseudomonas fluorescens to Combat Metal Pollutants: Biotechnological Prospects in Current Research, Technology and Education topics in Applied Microbiology and Microbial Biotechnology.
                      Formalex Publisher, A. Mendez-vilas (Ed.) pp. 177-187

89.       C.A. Reinoso, C. Auger, V.D. Appanna, and C.C. Vasquez (2012)
                       Tellurite-Exposed E. coli exhibits increased intracellular ketoglutarate.
                      Biochim. Biophys, Res. Commu. 421. 721-726

88.       S. Han, C. Auger, V.P. Appanna, J. Lemire, Z. Castonguay, and V.D. Appanna (2012)
                       A blue-native polyacrylamide electrophoretic technique to study the functional proteomic mediating nitrogen homeostasis.
                      J. Microbiological Methods. DOI 10.1007/s00216-012-6413-9

87.       C. Auger, V.P. Appanna, Z. Castonguay, S. Han and V.D. Appanna (2012)
                       A Facile electrophoretic technique to monitor phosphoenolpyruvate dependent Kinases.
                      Electrophoresis. 33, 1095-1101

86.       C. Auger, J. Lemire, D. Cecchini, A. Bignucolo and V.D. Appanna (2011)
                       The Metabolic Reprogramming Evoked by Nitrosative Stress Triggers the Anaerobic Utilization of Citrate in Pseudomonas fluorescens.
                       PLoS ONE. 6 (12): e28469

85.       R. Mailloux, J. Lemire and V.D. Appanna (2011)
                       Hepatic response to Aluminum Toxicity: Dyslipidemia and Liver Diseases.
                      Experimental Cell Research. 317, 2231-2238

84.       J. Lemire and V.D. Appanna (2011)
                       Aluminum Toxicity and Astrocyte Dysfunction: A Metabolic Link to Neurological Disorders.
                      J. Inorganic Biochemistry. 105, 1513-1517

83.       J. Lemire, R.J. Mailloux, R. Darwich, C. Auger and V.D. Appanna (2011)
                       The disruption of L-carnitine Metabolism by Aluminum Toxicity and Oxidative Stress Promotes Dyslipidemia in Human Astrocytic and Hepatic Cells.
                      Toxicology Letters: 203, 219-226

82.       R. J. Mailloux, J. Lemire and V.D. Appanna (2011)
                       Metabolic Networks to Combat Oxidative Stress in Pseuodomonas fluorescens.
                      Antonie van Leeuwenhoek, J. of Microbiol. 99: 433-442

81.       J. Lemire, R. Mailloux, C. Auger, D. Whalen and V.D. Appanna (2011)
                       Pseudomonas fluorescens orchestrates a fine metabolic-balancing act to counter aluminum toxicity. (Mini-review)
                      Environmental Microbiology, 12:1384-1390

80.       J. Lemire, Y. Milandu, C. Auger, A. Bignucolo, V.P. Appanna and V.D. Appanna (2010)
                       Histidine is a source of the anti-oxidant
a-ketoglutarate in Pseudomonas fluorescens challenged by oxidative stress.
                       FEMS Microbiol., 309, 170-177

79.       R. Singh, J. Lemire, R. Mailloux, D. Chenier, R. Hamel and V.D. Appanna (2009)
                       An ATP and oxalate generating variant tricarboxylic acid cycle counters aluminum toxicity in Pseudomonas fluorescens.
                       PLoS ONE: e7344

78.       R. Singh, G. Brewer, R. Mailloux, J. Lemire and V.D. Appanna (2009)
a-Ketoglutarate Dehydrogenase and Glutamate Dehydrogenase Work in Tandem to Modulate the Antioxidant a-Ketoglutarate during Oxidative Stress in Pseudomonas fluorescens.
                      Journal of Bacteriology, 191: 3804-3810.

77.       J. Lemire, R. Mailloux, S. Puiseux-Dao and V.D. Appanna (2009)
                       Aluminum-induced Defective Mitochondrial Metabolism Perturbs Cytoskeletal Dynamics in Human Astrocytoma Cells.
                       Journal of Neuroscience Research, 87: 1474-1483. pdf                     

76.       R. Mailloux, S. Puiseux-Dao and V.D. Appanna (2009)
                       α -Ketoglutarate abrogates the nuclear localization of HIF-α in aluminum-exposed hepatocytes.
                       Biochimie 91, 408-415. pdf 

75.       J. Lemire, R. Mailloux and V.D. Appanna (2008)
Mitochondrial lactate dehydrogenase is involved in oxidative-energy metabolism in human astrocytoma cells (CCF-STTGI).
                       PLoS ONE 3 (2): e1550.

74.       R. Mailloux, R. Darwich, J. Lemire and V.D. Appanna (2008)
The monitoring of nucleotide diphosphate kinase activity by blue native polyacrylamide electrophoresis.
                       Electrophoresis 29, 1484-1489.

73.        J. Lemire, R. Mailloux and V.D. Appanna (2008)
                       Zinc toxicity alters mitochondrial metabolism and leads to decreased ATP production in hepatocytes.
                      J. Applied Toxicology 28, 175-182

72.       J. Lemire, P. Kumar, R. Mailloux, K. Cossar and V.D. Appanna (2008)
                       Metabolic adaptation and oxaloacetate homeostasis in Pseudomas fluorescens exposed to aluminum toxicity.
                       J. Basic Microbiology, 48, 252-259.
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71.       R. Mailloux, J. Lemire and V.D. Appanna (2008)
                       A novel metabolic network leads to enhanced citrate biogenesis in Pseudomonas exposed to aluminum toxicity.
                       Extremophiles, 12, 451 - 59.

70.       D. Chénier, R. Bériault, R. Mailloux, M. Baquie, G. Abramia, J. Lemire and V.D. Appanna (2008)
                       Metabolic adaptation in Pseudomonas fluorescens evoked by aluminum and gallium toxicity: Involvement of fumarase C and NADH oxidase.
                       Applied and Environmental Microbiology 74, 3977 - 84.

69.       R. Singh, J. Lemire, R. Mailloux and V.D. Appanna (2008)
                        A novel strategy involved in anti-oxidative defense: the conversion of NADH into NADPH by a metabolic network.
                      PLoS ONE 3 (7): e2682.

68.       N. Yemashova, V. Murygina, D. Zhukov, A. Zakharyantz, M. Gladchenko, V. Appanna and S.             Kalyuzhnyi (2007)
Biodeterioration of crude oil and oil derived products:  A review.
                       Reviews in Environmental Science and Biotechnology. 6: 315-337.

67.      R. Bériault, R. Hamel, D. Chénier, R. Mailloux, H. Joly and V.D. Appanna (2007)
The overexpression of NADPH-producing enzymes counters the oxidative stress evoked by gallium, an iron mimetic. 
                       Biometals. 20: 165-176
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66.      R. Mailloux, J. Lemire and V.D. Appanna (2007)
                        Aluminum-induced mitochondrial dysfunction leads to lipid accumulation in hepatocytes: A possible link to obesity.
                        Cellular Physiology and Biochemistry. 20: 627-638.

65.      RJ. Mailloux, R. Bériault, J. Lemire, D. Chénier, R. Singh, R. Hamel and V.D. Appanna (2007)
                       The Tricarboxylic Acid Cycle, an Ancient Metabolic Network with a Novel Twist.
                       PLoS ONE 2(8):e690.

64.       R. Singh, R. Mailloux, S. Puiseux-Dao and V.D. Appanna (2007)
                       Oxidative stress evokes a metabolic adaptation that favours increased NADPH synthesis and decreased NADH production in Pseudomonas fluorescens.
                        Journal of bacteriology. 189: 6665-6675.

63.       R. Mailloux and V.D. Appanna (2006)
                        Aluminum toxicity triggers the nuclear translocation of HIF-1
a and promotes anaerobiosis in hepatocytes.
                        Toxicology in Vitro. 21: 16-24

62.        R. Mailloux, R. Singh and V.D. Appanna (2006)
In-gel activity staining of NAD+ kinase by Blue Native-PAGE.
                        Analyt. Biochemistry. 359: 210-215

61.        R. Singh, R. Bériault, D. Chénier, J. Middaugh, R. Mailloux, R. Hamel and V.D. Appanna (2006)
                       Simultaneous monitoring numerous TCA cycle enzymes by Blue Native Polyacrylamide Gel Electrophoresis.
                       Asian Journal of Biochemistry.  1: 297-306

60.       R. J. Mailloux, R. Hamel and V. D. Appanna (2006)
                       Aluminum toxicity elicits a dysfunctional TCA cycle and succinate accumulation in hepatocytes.
                       J. Biochemical and Molecular Toxicology.  20: 198-208

59.       N. Belzile, G. Wu  Y. Chen, V. Appanna (2006)  
                       Detoxification of selenite and mercury by reduction and mutual protection in the assimilation of both elements by Pseudomonas fluorescens.
                       Sci Total Environ.  31;367(2-3):704-14

58.        R. Singh, D. Chénier, R. Bériault, R. Mailloux , R.D. Hamel and V. D. Appanna (2005)
                       Blue Native Polyacrylamide Gel Electrophoresis and the Monitoring of Malate- and Oxaloacetate -Producing Enzymes.
                        J. Biochem. and Bioph. Meth.  64: 189-199 pdf

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57.        R. Bériault, D. Chénier , R. Singh, J. Middaugh , R. Mailloux and V. Appanna (2005)
                       Detection and purification of glucose 6-phosphate dehydrogenase malic enzyme and NADP-dependent isocitrate dehydrogenase by blue native polyacrylamide gel electrophoresis.
                       Electrophoresis 26, 2892–2897

56.        R. Singh, R. Bériault, J. Middaugh , R. Hamel, D. Chénier , V. D. Appanna and S. Kalyuzhnyi (2005)
                        Aluminum-tolerant Pseudomonas fluorescens : ROS toxicity and enhanced NADPH production.
                       Extremophiles. 9: 367- 373  

55.       J. Middaugh , R.D. Hamel, G. Jean- Baptiste , R. Bériault, D. Chénier , and V.D. Appanna (2005)
                       Aluminum triggers decreased aconitase activity via Fe-S cluster disruption and the overexpression of isocitrate dehydrogenase and isocitrate lyase : A metabolic network mediating cellular survival.
                        J. Biol. Chem.  
280 : 3159–3165 pdf

54.        N. Belzile, Y. Chen, J. Tong, J. M. Gunn, Y. Alarie, G. J. Wu and V. D. Appanna (2004)
                       The antagonistic role of selenium n mercury bioassimilation by aquatic organisms.
                       Materials and Geoenvironment .  
280 51: 803-806

53.        R. Hamel, V.D. Appanna , T. Viswanatha and S. Puiseux -Dao (2004)
                       Overexpression of isocitrate lyase is an important strategy in the survival of Pseudomonas fluorescens exposed to aluminum.
                       Biochem . Biophys . Res. Comm.
317 : 1189-1194 pdf

52.        V.D. Appanna and R.D. Hamel (2003)
                       Aluminum detoxification in Pseudomonas fluorescens is mediated by oxalate and phosphatidylethanolamine.
                       Biochim . Biophys . Acta
1619: 70-76  pdf

51.        R. Lévasseur , R. Hamel and V.D. Appanna (2003)
                        The metabolism of Al-citrate and the biosynthesis of oxalic acid in Pseudomonas fluorescens .
                       Current Microbiology.
47: 32-39 pdf

50.        S. Kalyzhnyi , M. Gladchenko , A. Epov and V.D. Appanna (2003)
                        COD , nitrogen and heavy metals removal using a sequenced Anaerobic Treatment of Landfill leachates .
                        Applied Biochemistry & Biotechnology
109: 181-196 Abstract

49.        V.D. Appanna , R. Hamel, P. Kumar, C. MacKenzie and S. Kalyuzhnyi (2003 )
                        Adaptation of Pseudomonas fluorescens to Al-citrate: Involvement of tricarboxylic acid and glyoxylate cycle enzymes and the influence of phosphate.
                        Current Microbiology.
47: 521-527  pdf

48.        R.D. Hamel and V.D. Appanna (2001 )
                        Modulation of the tricarboxylic acid cycle enzymes by aluminum stress and oxalic acid production in Pseudomonas fluorescens .
                       J. Inorgan . Biochem .
87: 1-8 pdf 

47.        V.D. Appanna , R.D. Hamel, E. Pankar and S. Puiseux -Dao (2001)
                        Bioaccumulation of yttrium in Pseudomonas fluorescens and the role of the outermembrane component(s).
106: 79-30 

46.        V.D. Appanna , E. Pankar and R. Hamel (2000)
                       Bioaccumulation of yttrium: A microbial model for the management of nuclear wastes: In Environmental Monitoring and Biodiagnostics of Hazardous Contaminants.
                       (Eds.) M. Healy, D.L. Wise and M. Moo-Young, Kluwer Academic Publishers.

45.        V.D. Appanna (1999)
                        Biotechnologie et réhabilitation de sites aquatiques pollués par des radioéléments.
                        Les ressources en eau-problème toxicologiques Aret , Paris, France,
3 pp. 21-23

44.        V.D. Appanna and R. Hamel (1999)
                        Metal stress and adaptation in Pseudomonas fluorescens. Biotechnological prospects.
                        Recent Developments in Microbiology , 3: 615-663, Research Sign Post.

43.        V. D. Appanna , H. Finn and M. St.Pierre (1995)
                       Microbial response to Multiple-metal stress in M. Moo-Young et al.
                       Eds. Environmental biotechnology Applications, Amsterdam, Netherlands:Kluwer Academic Publishers. pp. 105-113.

42.        V.D. Appanna , H. Finn and M. St. Pierre (1994)
                       A possible role for phosphatidylethanolamine in aluminum detoxification in Metal ions in Biology and Medicine.
                       Eds P. Collery et al. London , England . John Libbey and Company Ltd. pp. 109-116.

41.        V.D. Appanna , R. Hamel and R. Lévasseur (1999)
                       Oxalic acid production and aluminum tolerance in Pseudomonas fluorescens.
                       J. Inorgan . Biochem .
76 : 99-104

40.        V.D. Appanna , N. Légère and J. Foucault (1998)
                        Biochemical adaptation to aluminum stress in Pseudomonas fluorescens : Influence of Calcium.
                        Microbios. 147-157 

39.        V.D. Appanna , M. Rauh , R. Hamel and E. Gauthier (1997)
                        Isolation and characterization of an aluminum sensitive mutant of Pseudomonas fluorescens.
                        FEMS Microbiol . letts.
152 : 287-292 

38.        V.D. Appanna and R. Hamel (1997)
                         Phosphatidylethanolamine production and iron homeostasis in Pseudomonas fluorescens.
                         Microbiological Research.
151: 99-103 

37.        V.D. Appanna , S. Anderson and T. Skakoon (1997)
                        Biogenesis of calcite: A biochemical model.
                        Microbiology research.
152 : 341-343 

36.        J. Konyi , P. Koska , G. Brzsenyi , L.G. Gazso and V.D. Appanna (1997)
                        The role of microorganisms in the mobility of Radionuclides in soil.
                        J. Radioecology.
5: 9-14 

35.        J. Konyi , P. Koska , G. Berzsenyi , L.G. Gaszo and V.D. Appanna (1997)
                        The role of microorganisms in the mobility of radionuclides in soil.
                        Journal of Radioecology.
5: 17-24 

34.        V.D. Appanna , J. Huang, L.G. Gazso and M. St. Pierre (1996)
                        Cesium stress and adaptation in Pseudomonas fluorescens.
                        Bull. Environ. Cont. Toxicology.
56: 833-838 

33.        V.D. Appanna , H. Finn and M. St. Pierre (1996)
                        Cellular response to a multiple-metal stress in Pseudomonas fluorescens.
                        J. Biotechnology.
48: 129-136 

32.        V.D. Appanna and M. St. Pierre (1996)
                        Aluminum elicits exocellular phosphatidylethanolamine production in Pseudomonas fluorescens.
                        Applied and Environmental Microbiology.
62: 2778-2783 

31.        V.D. Appanna , L.G. Gaszo , J. Huang and M. St. Pierre (1996)
                       Mechanism of chromium detoxification in Pseudomonas fluorescens is dependent on iron.
                       Bull. Environ. Cont. Toxicology.
57: 875-880 

30.        V.D. Appanna , L.G. Gaszo , H. Huang and M. St.Pierre (1996)
                       A microbial model for cesium containment.
86: 121-126 

29.        V.D. Appanna and R. Hamel (1996)
                       Aluminum detoxification mechanism in Pseudomonas fluorescens is dependent on iron.
                       FEMS Microbiol . Letts .
143: 223-228 

28.        V.D. Appanna , L.G. Gazso , and M. St.Pierre (1996)
                       Multiple-metal tolerance in Pseudomonas fluorescens and its biotechnological significance.
                       J. Biotechnol.
. 52: 75-80 

27.        V.D. Appanna , L.G. Gaszo and M. St. Pierre (1996)
                       Influence of chromium ( III ) on the ability of Pseudomonas fluorescens to adapt to a multiple-metal stress.
                       Microbiological Research.
151 : 387-390 

26.        V.D. Appanna , J. Huang, E. Prusak-Sochaczewski and M. St. Pierre (1995)
                       Microbial adaptation to aluminum.
                       Biotechnology Progress
11 : 159-163 

25.        V.D. Appanna and M. St. Pierre (1995)
                       Exocellular phosphatidylethanolamine production and multiple-metal tolerance in Pseudomonas fluorescens.
                       FEMS Microbiol . Lett .
131 : 53-56 

24.        V.D. Appanna and L. Whitmore (1995)
                        Biotransformation of zinc by Pseudomonas fluorescens .
82 : 144-155 

23.        V.D. Appanna , R. Etongue -Mayer and M. St. Pierre (1995)
                        Influence of phosphate on aluminum tolerance in Pseudomonas fluorescens.
                        Bull.Environ . Contam . Toxicology
55 : 404-411 

22.        V.D. Appanna and H. Finn. (1995)
                        Microbial adaptation to iron: A possible role of phosphatidylethanolamine in iron mineral deposition.
8 :142-148 

21.        V.D. Appanna and M. St. Pierre (1994)
                        Influence of phosphate on aluminum detoxifiction of Pseudomonas fluorescens.
                         FEMS Microbiol . Lett .
124 : 327-332 

20.        V.D. Appanna , M. Kepes and P. Rochon (1994)
                        Aluminum tolerance in Pseudomonas fluorescens. Involvement of a lipid rich residue.
                        FEMS Microbiol . Lett .
1129 : 295-302 

19.        S. Anderson and V.D. Appanna (1994)
                        Deposition of crystalline strontium carbonate by Pseudomonas fluorescens.
                        FEMS Microbiology Lett .
116 : 43-48 

18.        S. Anderson and V.D. Appanna (1993)
                        Indium detoxification in Pseudomonas fluorescens.
                        Environmental Pollution
82 : 33-37 

17.        V.D. Appanna and J. Huang (1992)
                        Bioaccumulation of yttrium in Pseudomonas fluorescens.
                        Bull. Environ. Contam . Toxicol .
49 : 620-625 

16.       S. Anderson, V.D. Appanna , J. Huang and T. Viswanatha (1992)
                        A role for microbial calcite in calcium homeostasis.
                        Fed. Eur . Biochem . Soc. (FEBS) Lett .
308 : 94-96 

15.        A. Al- Aoukaty , V.D. Appanna and H. Falter (1992)
                       Gallium toxicity and adaptation in Pseudomonas fluorescens.
                       FEMS Microbiol . Lett .
92 : 265-272 

14.        V.D. Appanna and J. Huang (1992)
                       Aluminum, chromium and manganese detoxification mechanisms in Pseudomonas fluorescens. An X-ray fluorescence study.
                       Microbios .
70 : 13-22 

13.        V.D. Appanna and J. Huang (1992)
                        Microbial precipitation of yttrium.
72 : 129-136 

12.        A. Al- Aoukaty , V.D. Appanna and J. Hang (1991)
                       Exocellular and intracellular accumulation of lead in Pseudomonas fluorescens ATCC 13525 is mediated by phosphate content of the growth medium.
                       FEMS Microbiol . Lett .
83 : 283-290 

11.        V.D. Appanna (1991)
                        Impact of heavy metals on an arctic Rhizobium .
                        Bull. Environ. Contam . & Toxicol .
46 : 450-455 

10.        A. Al- Aoukaty and V.D. Appanna (1990)
                        Sensitivity of Pseudomonas syringae to various metals complexed to citrate.
                        Microbios . Lett .
45 : 105-111 

9.         V.D. Appanna (1989)
                       Galactosyl residue in exopolysaccharide from Rhizobium trifolii in the presence of manganese and aluminum.
                        Antonie Van Leeuwenhoek J. of Microbiol .
56 : 357-360 

8.         V.D. Appanna (1989)
                        Exopolysaccharide syntheses in Rhizobium melilotti in the presence of manganese and aluminum.
                        Microbios . Lett .
40 : 31-36 

7.         V.D. Appanna (1988)
                        A compartive study of exopolysaccharide synthesis in rhizobium melilotii JJ-1 by manganese.
                        Biotech. Lett .
10 : 205-208 

6.         V.D. Appanna (1988)
                        Alteration of exopolysaccharide production in Rhizobium melilotii JJ-1 exposed by manganese .
                        FEMS Microbiology Lett .
50 : 141-144 

5.         V.D. Appanna and C. Preston (1987)
                        Manganese elicits the synthesis of a novel exopolysacchride in an arctic Rhizobium.
                        FEBS Lett .
215 : 79-82 

4.         V.D. Appanna , E. Szczepan and T. Viswanatha (1987)
                        Influence of monosaccharides on Aerobactin production by Aerobacter aerobacter .
                        Curr . Microbiol .
15 : 11-14 

3.         V.D. Appanna and T. Viswanatha (1986)
                        Effects of some substrate analogs on aerobactin synthetase activity from Aerobacter aerogenes                        FEBS Letters.
202 : 107-110 

2.         V.D. Appanna and T. Viswanatha (1986)
                        High-performance liquid chromatographic method for monitoring aerobactin synthetase activity.
                        J. Chromatography A.
363 : 323-328

1.         V.D. Appanna , T. Viswanatha , B. Grundy and E. Szczepan (1984)
                        Aerobactin synthesis in a cell-free system of Aerobacter aerogenes .
                        Biophys. Biochem. Acta.
801 :437-443