Bazinet, L. and Geoffroy, T., R. 2020. Electrodialytic Processes: Market Overview, Membrane Phenomena, Recent Developments and Sustainable Strategies. Membranes, 10:221-292.
Eveno, M., Belguesmia, Y., Bazinet, L., Gancel, F., Fliss, I. and Drider. D. 2020. In-silico analyses of genomes of three new bacteria producing bacteriocins isolated from animal’s faeces. Arch. Microbiol., 20:2016-2028.
Eveno, M., Savard, P., Belguesmia, Y., Bazinet, L., Gancel, F., Drider, D. and Fliss, I. 2020. Compatibility, cytotoxicity and gastrointestinal tenacity of bacteriocin-producing bacteria selected for a consortium probiotic formulation to be used in livestock feed. Probiotics Antimicrob. Proteins., 20:9687-9696.
Todeschini, S., Perreault, V., Goulet, C., Bouchard, M., Dubé, P., Boutin, Y. and Bazinet, L. 2020. Assessment of the performance of electrodialysis to remove the most potent odor-active compounds of herring milt hydrolysate: focus on ion-exchange membrane fouling and water dissociation as limiting process conditions. Membranes, 10(6):127-162. Special issue « Fouling and Anti-Fouling of Ion-Exchange Membranes»
Beaulieu, M., Perreault, V., Mikhaylin, S. and Bazinet, L. 2020. How Overlimiting Current Condition Influences Lactic Acid Recovery and Demineralization by Electrodialysis with Nanofiltration Membrane: Comparison with Conventional Electrodialysis. Membranes, 10:113-131.
Aspirault, C., Doyen, A. and Bazinet, L. 2020. Impact of Preheating Temperature on the Separation of Whey Proteins When Combined with Chemical or Bipolar Membrane Electrochemical Acidification. Int. J. Mol. Sci., 21:2792-2813.
Renaud, V., Faucher, M., Perreault, V., Serre, E., Dubé, P., Boutin, Y. and Bazinet, L. 2020. Evolution of cranberry juice compounds during in vitro digestion and identification of the organic acid responsible for the disruption of in vitro intestinal cell barrier integrity. J. Food Sci. Technol., 57:2329-2342.
Lemay, N., Mikhaylin, S., Mareev, S., Pismenskaya, N., Nikonenko, V. and Bazinet, L. 2020. How demineralization duration by electrodialysis under high frequency pulsed electric field can be the same as in continuous current condition and that for better performances? J. Memb. Sci., 603:117878-117889.