Frédéric Domergue Laboratoire de Biogenèse Membranaire, UMR 5200, CNRS - Université de Bordeaux, France
2 protocols

Owen Rowland Biology, Carleton University, Canada
3 protocols

Sollapura Vishwanath Ottawa Research and Development Centre, Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada, Canada
2 protocols

Camille Delude
  • Laboratoire de Biogenèse Membranaire, UMR 5200, CNRS – Université de Bordeaux, INRA Bordeaux Aquitaine, France
  • 1 Author merit


Ph.D in Plant Biology, University of Bordeaux, France, 2012

Current position

Postdoctoral scientist, UMR BIOGER, INRA, AgroParisTech, Université Paris-Saclay, France


  1. Delude, C., Fouillen, L., Bhar, P., Cardinal, M. J., Pascal, S., Santos, P., Kosma, D. K., Joubes, J., Rowland, O. and Domergue, F. (2016). Primary Fatty Alcohols Are Major Components of Suberized Root Tissues of Arabidopsis in the Form of Alkyl Hydroxycinnamates. Plant Physiol 171(3): 1934-1950.
  2. Delude, C., Moussu, S., Joubès, J., Ingram, G. and Domergue, F. (2016). Plant surface lipids and epidermis development in “Lipids in Plant and Algae Development”. In: Nakamura, Y. and Li-Beisson, Y. (Eds). Subcellular Biochemistry. Springers, 86: 287-313.
  3. Haslam, T. M., Haslam, R., Thoraval, D., Pascal, S., Delude, C., Domergue, F., Fernandez, A. M., Beaudoin, F., Napier, J. A., Kunst, L. and Joubes, J. (2015). ECERIFERUM2-LIKE proteins have unique biochemical and physiological functions in very-long-chain fatty acid elongation. Plant Physiol 167(3): 682-692.
  4. Vishwanath, S. J., Delude, C., Domergue, F. and Rowland, O. (2015). Suberin: biosynthesis, regulation, and polymer assembly of a protective extracellular barrier. Plant Cell Rep 34(4): 573-586.
1 Protocol published
Root Aliphatic Suberin Analysis Using Non-extraction or Solvent-extraction Methods
Authors:  Camille Delude, Sollapura J. Vishwanath, Owen Rowland and Frédéric Domergue, date: 06/20/2017, view: 611, Q&A: 0
Here we describe both non-extraction and solvent-extraction methods for root aliphatic suberin analysis. The non-extraction method is fast as roots are directly depolymerized using acidic transmethylation. However, suberin aliphatic components are ...