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Abou-Diab, M., Thibodeau, J., Fliss, I., Dhulster, P., Nedjar, N. and Bazinet, L. 2021. Impact of conductivity on the performances of electro-acidification and enzymatic hydrolysis phases of bovine hemoglobin by electrodialysis with bipolar membranes for the production of bioactive peptides. Sep. Purif. Technol., 269:118650-118663.

Todeschini, S., Perreault, V., Goulet, C., Bouchard, M., Dubé, P., Boutin, Y. and Bazinet, L. 2021. Development of a New Deodorization Method of Herring Milt Hydrolysate: Impacts of pH, Stirring with Nitrogen and Deaerator Treatment on the Odorous Content. Foods, 10:884-900.

Haddad, M., Bazinet, L. and Barbeau, B. 2021. Towards Water, Sodium Chloride and Natural Organic Matter Recovery from Ion Exchange Spent Brine. Membranes, 11:262-274.

Perreault, V., Sarapulova, V., Tsygurina, K., Pismenskaya, N. and Bazinet, L. 2021. Understanding of Adsorption and Desorption Mechanisms of Anthocyanins and Proanthocyanidins on Heterogeneous and Homogeneous Cation-Exchange Membranes. Membranes, 11:136-159.

Kadel, S., Daigle, G., Thibodeau, J., Perreault, V., Pellerin, G., Lainé, C. and Bazinet, L. 2021. How physicochemical properties of filtration membranes impact peptide migration and selectivity during electrodialysis with filtration membranes: Development of predictive statistical models and understanding of mechanisms involved. J. Membr. Sci., 619:118175-118191.

Pismenskaya, N., Sarapulova, V., Klevtsova, A., Mikhaylin, S. and Bazinet, L. 2020. Adsorption of Anthocyanins by Cation and Anion Exchange Resins with Aromatic and Aliphatic Polymer Matrices. Int. J. Mol. Sci., 21:7874-7899.

Agoua, R.-S., Bazinet, L., Vorobiev, E., Grimi, N. and Mikhaylin, S. 2020. Substantial Improvement of Tryptic and Chymotryptic Hydrolysis of β‑Lactoglobulin Pretreated with High Voltage Electrical Treatments. ACS Sustain. Chem. Eng., 8:14775−14785.

Durand, R., Ouellette, A., Houde, V. P., Guénard, F., Varin, T. V., Marcotte, B., Pilon, G., Fraboulet, E., Vohl, M.-C., Marette, A. and Bazinet, L. 2020. Animal and Cellular Studies Demonstrate Some of the Beneficial Impacts of Herring Milt Hydrolysates on Obesity-Induced Glucose Intolerance and Inflammation. Nutrients, 12:3235-3251.