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8th International Workshop on Anthocyanins

8th International Workshop on Anthocyanins

16 - 18 septembre 2015 Montpellier

Wednesday 16 September 2015

8:00 am - 9:00 am : Reception and registration

9:00 am - 9:40 am : Opening ceremony

9:40 am - 10:20 am : Opening lecture

                    Anthocyanins:  What we know now, and how it has changed the directions of research

                    Pr. Mary Ann Lila, Plants for Human Health Institute, North Carolina State University, USA

10:20 am - 11:00 am : Coffee break

11:00 am - 12:40 pm : Session 2: Ecology and Functionality
.......................................... Chairs: Pr. Andrea SCHUBERT & Dr. Michal OREN-SHAMIR

  • 11:00am- Plenary Lecture: To know is to know that you know nothing. Progress and regress in research on anthocyanin function

                   Pr. Kevin GOULD, School of Biological Sciences, Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand

  • 11:40am- Regulation of UV sunscreens in the liverwort Marchantia polymorpha

                   N. W. ALBERT, W. CLAYTON, S. C. DEROLES, K. E. SCHWINN, B. R. JORDAN, and K. M. DAVIES

  • 12:00pm- Red/purple leaf margin coloration: Potential ecological and physiological functions

                   N. HUGHES and S. LEV-YADUN

  • 12:20pm- Anthocyanin, photosynthesis and nutrient resorption in senescing leaves of three high-latitude species

                   M. MACNEILLE and B. SVEINBJÖRNSSON

12:40 pm - 2:00 pm : Lunch

2:00 pm - 3:40 pm : Session 5: Anthocyanins in Foods and Industry
.......................................... Chairs: Pr. M ESCRIBANO-BAILON & Pr. Victor de FREITAS

  • 2:00pm- Plenary Lecture: Anthocyanins in fresh and processed foods – chances and challenges

                   Dr Dietmar KAMMERER, WALA Heilmittel GmbH, Germany.

  • 2:40pm- Red-fleshed apples for juice and cider making: Anthocyanin content and color stability related to enzyme activities

                  H. FEVRIER, J.-M. Le QUERE, H. SOTIN, R. BAUDUIN and S. GUYOT

  • 3:00pm- Synthesis of maltodextrin-grafted-cinnamic acid and evaluation of its ability to stabilize anthocyanins via microencapsulation

                  Y. MA, C.HOU, Y. ZUO, C. SHEN, J. ZHOU, and D. HUO.

  • 3:20pm- Anthocyanin degradation in Hibiscus Sabdariffa extract

                 A. SINELA, N. RAWAT, K. VIDOT, C. MERTZ, N. ACHIR, L. MOULS, H. FULCRAND, and M. DORNIER

3:40 pm - 4:20 pm : Coffee break

4:20 pm - 5:40 pm : Session 1: Biosynthesis and Genetics
.......................................... Chairs: Dr. Stefan MARTENS & Dr. Kathy SCHWINN

  • 4:20pm- Plenary Lecture: Regulation of anthocyanin biosynthesis in Vaccinium berries

                   Dr L aura JAAKOLA, University of Tromsø, Norway.

  • 5:00pm- Alternative pathways lead to the elevation of peach anthocyanin levels

                  A. C. ALLAN, K. LIN-WANG, R. ESPLEY, H. ZHOU, and Y. HAN

  • 5:20pm- Purple factories: Engineering anthocyanin biosynthesis for large-scale production in plants

                 I. APPELHAGEN, K. KALLAM, and C. MARTIN

6:00 pm - 7:00 pm : WINE tasting presented by CENTRE du ROSÉ




Thursday 17 September 2015

9:00 am - 11:40 am : Session1: Biosynthesis and Genetics
.......................................... Chairs: Dr. Kevin DAVIES & Dr. Nicole HUGHES

  • 9:00am- New plant breeding techniques for bio-sustainable production of natural colors in black carrot

                   H. BRINCH-PEDERSEN and I. B. HOLME

  • 9:20am- Multiple copies of a simple MYB-binding site confer trans-regulation by flavonoid-related R2R3 MYBs

                    R. ESPLEY, C BRENDOLISE, C. BUTTS, K.LIN. WANG, T. MCGHIE, C. BAVA, S. TOMES, R. HELLENS, and A. ALLAN

  • 9:40am- Evidence of common genetic control of anthocyanin and flavonol content and composition in mature grapes

                   G. MALACARNE, S. LORENZI, E. COLLER, J. BATTILANA, M. TROGGIO, U. VRHOVSEK, F. MATTIVI, M. GRANDO, C. MOSER, and L. COSTANTINI.

  • 10:00am- Purple yeast: reconstruction of anthocyanin pathway in yeasts – bottlenecks and challenges

                   S. MARTENS

10:20 am - 11:00 am : Coffee break

11:00 am - 11:40 am : Session1: Biosynthesis and Genetics
.......................................... Chairs: Dr. Richard ESPLEY & Dr. Nobuhiro SASAKI

  • 11:00am- A novel grapevine color locus regulates anthocyanin pigmentation of vegetative organs in response to UV-B

                   J. T. MATUS, E. CAVALLINI, R. LOYOLA, J. HÖLL, L. FINEZZO, J. BOGS, G. B. TORNIELLI, A. AGEORGES, and P. ARCE-JOHNSON

  • 11:20am- In planta anthocyanin degradation by a vacuolar class III peroxidase in Brunfelsia calycina flowers

                  G. ZIPOR, P. DUARTE, I. CARQUEIJEIRO, R. OVADIA, P. TEPER-BAMNOLKER, D. ESHEL, Y. LEVIN, A. DORON-FAIGENBOIM, M. SOTTOMAYOR, and M. OREN-SHAMIR

11:40 am - 5:10 pm : Session 4: Phytochemistry and Analysis
.......................................... Chairs: Dr. Sylvain GUYOT

  • 11:40am- Plenary Lecture: Anthocyanins in grapes and wines: old, new and recurring chemical problems

                   Dr. Fulvio MATTIVI, Fondazione Edmund Mach, San Michele all'Adige, (TN), Italy

12:20 pm - 2:00 pm : Lunch

2:00 pm - 3:00 pm : Session 4: Phytochemistry and Analysis
.......................................... Chairs: Pr. Øyvind ANDERSEN & Pr. Takashi TANAKA

  • 2:00pm- 3-Deoxyanthocyanidins and their O--D-glucosides: chemical synthesis, affinity for iron ions, and human serum albumin, inhibition of heme-induced lipid peroxidation

                   S. AL BITTAR, N. MORA-SOUMILLE, M. LOONIS, and O. DANGLES

  • 2:20pm- Multiple ethylidene-bridged anthocyanin-flavanol oligomers in red wine characterized by LC-MS/MS

                   D. DURNER and P. NICKOLAUS

  • 2:40pm- Revisiting guaiacyl -pyranoanthocyanin synthesis

                   A. VALLVERDU-QUERALT, C. Le GUERNEVE, E. MEUDEC, J.-P. MAZAURIC, N. SOMMERER, and V. CHEYNIER

3:00 pm - 3:40 pm : Poster Session

3:40 pm - 4:10 pm : Coffee break

4:10 pm - 5:10 pm : Session 4: Phytochemistry and Analysis
.......................................... Chairs: Pr. Nuno MATEUS & Pr. Douglas ADAMS

  • 4:10pm- Understanding anthocyanins multistate-equilibrium. Complete characterization of more than 30 selected flavylium derivatives. Effect of the position and nature of the substituents

                   F. PINA

  • 4:30pm- Characterization and transformation of anthocyanins from Hibiscus sabdariffa flower

                  C. GRAJEDA-IGLESIAS, M. C. FIGUEROA-ESPINOZA, A. FERNANDES, V. de FREITAS and E. SALAS

  • 4:50pm- Pigmentation and copigmentation of anthocyanins at an atomic resolution

                  M. BILER, F. DI MEO, J. C. SANCHO GARCIA, M. OTYEPKA, M. LOONIS, A. VALLVERDU-QUERALT, J.-P. MAZAURIC, C. Le GUERNEVÉ, E. MEUDEC, V. CHEYNIER, O. DANGLES, and P. TROUILLAS

8:00 pm - 11:59 pm : Gala dinner in « The Opera Comédie »



Friday 18 September 2015

9:00 am - 9:50 am : Session 5: Anthocyanins in Foods and Industry
.......................................... Chairs: Pr. Cédric SAUCIER & Pr. Fernando PINA

  • 9:00am- Key-note lecture : Anthocyanins colour the future

                   Dr. Carine MANÉ, Pigment Group Manager, Chr Hansen, Montpellier, France

  • 9:30am- Industrial application of anthocyanins extracted from food waste.

                  M. BENOHOUD, C.M. RAYNER, and R.S. BLACKBURN

9:50 am - 10:30 am : Coffee break

10:30 am - 12:10 pm : Session3: Anthocyanins in Health and Nutrition
.......................................... Chairs: Pr. Mary Ann LILA & Pr. Olivier DANGLES

  • 10:30am- Plenary Lecture: Newly discovered metabolism and health effects of anthocyanins: implications for future research and health

                   Dr. Colin KAY, Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences, Norwich Medical School, University of East Anglia, UK

  • 11:10am- Methylated cyanidins as major blackberry anthocyanin metabolites in human plasma and urine

                   I. FERNANDES, A. FARIA, C. MARQUES, C. CALHAU, V. FREITAS, and N. MATEUS

  • 11:30am- Biological activity of anthocyanin-rich fruit juices in vivo

                  I. GROH, T. BAKURADZE, E. RICHLING, and D. MARKO

  • 11:50am- Blackcurrant anthocyanins modulate gastrointestinal inflammation and energy metabolism in DIO mouse and macrophage cell culture

                  D. ESPOSITO, M. H. GRACE, X. LI, M. A. LILA, and S. KOMARNYTSKY

12:10 pm - 12:30 pm : Conclusions and end of the Symposium


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