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I completed in 2012 my PhD studies focused on engineering glycoside hydrolases (GHs) into transglycosylases, particularly GH1 [1] and GH36 [2], under the supervision of professors Michel Dion and Vinh Tran.

After a few years working in a different field (radiochemistry and theoretical chemistry), I came back to the CAZymes world thanks to a postdoctoral position mentored by professor Birte Svensson (in Lyngby, close to Copenhagen, Denmark). I continued to work on engineering GHs, to turn them into transglycosylases as well as phosphorylases and efficient glycosynthases. I also got more involved in completing glycoside hydrolases mechanisms, especially GH84 and GH109, and started to work on glycosyltransferases.


  1. Teze D, Hendrickx J, Czjzek M, Ropartz D, Sanejouand YH, Tran V, Tellier C, and Dion M. (2014) Semi-rational approach for converting a GH1 β-glycosidase into a β-transglycosidase. Protein Eng Des Sel. 27, 13-9. DOI:10.1093/protein/gzt057 | PubMed ID:24287187 | HubMed [Teze2013]
  2. Teze D, Daligault F, Ferrières V, Sanejouand YH, and Tellier C. (2015) Semi-rational approach for converting a GH36 α-glycosidase into an α-transglycosidase. Glycobiology. 25, 420-7. DOI:10.1093/glycob/cwu124 | PubMed ID:25395404 | HubMed [Teze2014]
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