Nicolas L. Jacquet

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Perfluorooctane sulfonate (PFOS) is the degradation product of many fluoroderivatives and a widespread environmental contaminant. Its persistence, its long half-life in humans and its toxicity explain high concerns on human health side effects in future. PFOS is suspected to be a non-genotoxic carcinogen. In the present work, we assessed carcinogenic(More)
  • Francesco Furlanetto, Nicolas Groshenny, Klaus Adam, Michael Bordo, Efrem Castelnuovo, Larry Christiano +26 others
  • 2012
We investigate the macroeconomic consequences of ‡uctuations in the e¤ective-ness of the labor market matching process with a focus on the Great Recession. We conduct our analysis in the context of an estimated medium-scale DSGE model with sticky prices and equilibrium search unemployment that features a shock to the matching e¢ ciency. We …nd that this(More)
The application of sub-lethal stresses is known to be an efficient strategy to enhance survival of probiotic bacteria during drying processes. In this context, we previously showed that the application of heat stress upon the entry into stationary phase increased significantly the viability of Bifidobacterium bifidum. However, this heat shock has been(More)
Honey polyphenols have been studied with the objective of relating honeys to their floral sources. Initially synthesized by plant, these polyphenols can be found in the plant's nectar, which are collected by bees, which convert the nectar into honey. Consequently, polyphenols constitute minor components of honey. The development of a solid-phase extraction(More)
The addresses of the authors were given in French in the original article and some were mixed up. For a better visibility , the authors wish the addresses being published in English. These are the English written addresses in correct order.
The expression of recombinant hemagglutinin in plants is a promising alternative to the current egg-based production system for the influenza vaccines. Protein-stabilizing fusion partners have been developed to overcome the low production yields and the high downstream process costs associated with the plant expression system. In this context, we tested the(More)
  • Francesco Furlanetto, Nicolas Groshenny, Federico Ravenna, James Morley, Pascal Michaillat, Shigeru Fujita +34 others
  • 2014
We investigate the macroeconomic consequences of ‡uctuations in the e¤ectiveness of the labor-market matching process with a focus on the Great Recession. We conduct our analysis in the context of an estimated medium-scale DSGE model with sticky prices and equilibrium search unemployment that features a shock to the matching e¢ ciency (or mismatch shock).(More)
  • Francesco Furlanetto, Nicolas Groshenny, Federico Ravenna, James Morley, Pascal Michaillat, Shigeru Fujita +32 others
  • 2013
We investigate the macroeconomic consequences of ‡uctuations in the e¤ective-ness of the labor-market matching process with a focus on the Great Recession. We conduct our analysis in the context of an estimated medium-scale DSGE model with sticky prices and equilibrium search unemployment that features a shock to the matching e¢ ciency (or mismatch shock).(More)
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