Publication

A. Review/Book

  1. T.H. Nguyen and V.D. Nguyen (2017): Characterization and Applications of Marine Microbial Enzymes in Biotechnology and Probiotics for Animal Health. In: Se-Kwon Kim and Fidel Toldrá, editors, Advances in Food and Nutrition Research, Vol. 80, Burlington: Academic Press, pp. 37-74. ISBN: 978-0-12-809587-4. Read the Book.
  2. Van Duy Nguyen (2016): Marine glycans in relationship with probiotic microorganisms to improve human and animal health. In: Se-Kwon Kim (ed.), “Marine Glycobiology: Principles and Applications”, CRC Press, pp. 67-84. Read the Book.
  3. Nguyen Van Duy (Editor), Le Dinh Duc, Nguyen Thi Kim Cuc, Pham Thu Thuy, Le Phuong Chung (2015): Probiotic Technology. Science and Engineering Publisher, Hanoi. (In Vietnamese)
  4. Nguyen Van Duy, Le Minh Hoang, Trang Sy Trung (2013): Application of probiotics from marine microbes for sustainable marine aquaculture development. In: Se-Kwon Kim (ed.), “Marine Microbiology: Bioactive Compounds and Biotechnological Applications”, Weinheim: Wiley-VCH, pp. 307-349. Read the Book.
  5. Nguyen Van Duy (2011): Marine bacteriocin as a new drug for aquaculture health. Journal of Fisheries Science and Technology, 4: 182-187.

B. Research articles on international peer reviewed journals

  1. Chuong Nguyen, Van Duy Nguyen (2016): Discovery of azurin-like anticancer bacteriocins from human gut microbiome through homology modeling and molecular docking against the tumor suppressor p53. Biomed Research International, 2016, Article ID 8490482, pp. 1-12.
  2. Van Duy Nguyen, Ha Hung Chuong Nguyen (2015): Molecular screening of Azurin-like anticancer bacteriocins from human gut microflora using bioinformatics. Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing, 358, pp. 219-229, Springer.
  3. Van Duy Nguyen (2014): Development of pharmabiotics as antibiotic alternatives for seafood security and marine aquaculture health: two cases of study in Vietnam. Khon Kaen Agriculture Journal (Khon Kaen University, Thailand, ISSN 0125-0485), 42 SUPPL. 4 : 196 – 204.
  4. Van Duy Nguyen, Thu Thuy Pham, Thi Hai Thanh Nguyen, Thi Thanh Xuan Nguyen, Lone Hoj (2014): Screening of marine bacteria with bacteriocin-like activities and probiotic potential for ornate spiny lobster (Panulirus ornatus) juvenile. Fish and Shellfish Immunology, 40(1): 49-60. DOI: 1016/j.fsi.2014.06.017.
  5. Thu Thuy Pham, Thi Hong Nhi Ho, Van Duy Nguyen (2014): Screening for bacteriocin-like antimicrobial activity against shrimp pathogenic vibrios and molecular identification of marine bacteria from otter clam Lutraria philippinarum. Thai Journal of Veterinary Medicine, 44(3): 345-353.
  6. Nguyen Thi Thanh Tra, Nguyen Van Duy (2014): Biodiversity of major bacterial groups in association with agarwood (Aquilaria crassna) in Khanh Hoa province, Vietnam. Journal of Vietnamese Environment (Dresden University of Technology, Germany, ISSN 2193-6471), 6(2): 132-137.
  7. Van Duy Nguyen, Thu Thuy Pham, Ngoc Minh Quynh Pham (2014): Two novel strains of bacteriocin-producing Lactobacillus plantarum and their application as biopreservative in chill-stored fresh cobia meat. Journal of Pure and Applied Microbiology, 8(2): 1547-1557.
  8. Manuel Liebeke, Dierk-Christoph Pöther, Nguyen Van Duy, Dirk Albrecht, Dörte Becher, Falko Hochgräfe, Michael Lalk, Michael Hecker, Haike Antelmann (2008): Depletion of thiol-containing proteins in response to quinones in Bacillus subtilis. Molecular Microbiology 69(6):1513-29.
  9. Montira Leelakriangsak, Nguyen Thi Thu Huyen, Stefanie Töwe, Nguyen Van Duy, Dörte Becher, Michael Hecker, Haike Antelmann, Peter Zuber (2008): Regulation of quinone detoxification by the thiol stress sensing DUF24/MarR-like repressor, YodB in Bacillus subtilis. Molecular Microbiology 67(5), 1108-24.
  10. Stefanie Töwe, Montira Leelakriangsak, Kazuo Kobayashi, Nguyen Van Duy, Michael Hecker, Peter Zuber, Haike Antelmann (2007): The MarR-type repressor MhqR (YkvE) regulates multiple dioxygenases/glyoxalases and an azoreductase which confer resistance to 2-methylhydroquinone and catechol in Bacillus subtilis. Molecular Microbiology 66(1), 40-54.
  11. Nguyen Van Duy, Carmen Wolf, Ulrike Mäder, Michael Lalk, Peter Langer, Ulrike Lindequist, Michael Hecker, Haike Antelman (2007): Transcriptome and proteome analyses in response to 2- methylhydroquinone and 6-brom-2-vinyl-chroman-4-on reveal different degradation systems involved in the catabolism of aromatic compounds in Bacillus subtilis. Proteomics 7(9), 1391-408.
  12. Nguyen Van Duy, Ulrike Mäder, Ngoc Phuong Tran, Jean-François Cavin, Le Thi Tam, Dirk Albrecht, Michael Hecker, Haike Antelmann (2007): The proteome and transcriptome analysis of Bacillus subtilis in response to salicylic acid. Proteomics 7(5), 698-710.

C. Research articles on national peer reviewed journals

  1. Nguyen Van Duy, Tran Vu Dinh Nguyen (2015): The production of freeze-dried Bacillus biomass as feed supplements for marine cultured animals. Journal of Biotechnology, 13(1).
  2. Tran Vu Dinh Nguyen, Nguyen Van Duy, Vu Ngoc Boi (2014). The probiotic activity, identification and appropriate culture conditions of Bacillus pumilus10.2 isolated from the ornate spiny lobster. Journal of Fisheries Science and Technology, 1: 177-183.
  3. Nguyen Van Duy, Pham Thu Thuy (2012): Phylogenetic diversity of 16S rRNA genes in beneficial and pathogenic bacteria isolated from marine animals in Vietnam. Journal of Biotechnology, 10(4A): 803-815.
  4. Pham Thu Thuy, Nguyen Van Duy (2012): Bacteriocin production by Proteus isolated from the intestine of cobia (Rachycentron canadum). Journal of Biotechnology, 10(4A): 793-801.
  5. Nguyen Van Duy, Nguyen Thi Ngoc Thanh (2012): Isolation and screening of marine bacteriocin-producing bacteria from the intestine of snubnose pompano (Trachinotus blochii). Journal of Biotechnology, 10(4A): 1053-1061.
  6. Pham Ngoc Minh Quynh, Nguyen Van Duy, Vu Ngoc Boi (2012): Protocol for the preservation of fresh cobia fish using crude bacteriocin extracts of lactic acid bacteria. Journal of Fisheries Science and Technology, 4: 56-60.
  7. Nguyen Van Duy, Luu Thi Thuy (2012): The growth and bacteriocin production of lactic acid bacteria strain T13 on culture medium and fresh cobia meat. Journal of Fisheries Science and Technology, 4: 15-19.
  8. Nguyen Van Duy, Luu Thi Thuy (2012): Isolation and screening of bacteriocin-producing lactic acid bacteria from Vietnamese traditional fermented cabbage for seafood preservation. Journal of Biotechnology, 10(2): 327-333.
  9. Nguyen Van Duy, Nguyen Thi Hai Thanh (2012): Some characteristics of bacteriocin from two strains of lactic acid bacteria reveal their potential applications for seafood preservation in Vietnam. Journal of Fisheries Science and Technology, 1: 88-93.
  10. Nguyen Van Duy, Nguyen Thi Cam Ly (2012): Isolation and detection of toxin genes of Vibrio parahaemolyticus in fresh seafood in Nha Trang. Journal of Fisheries Science and Technology, 2: 42-47.
  11. Pham Thu Thuy, Nguyen Van Duy, Vo Thi Ha (2011): The development of Realtime PCR method for the detection of Salmonella in water and food. Journal of Fisheries Science and Technology, 4: 68-73.
  12. Nguyen Van Duy, Pham Thu Thuy (2011): Detection of pathogenic Vibrio parahaemolyticus through toxin gene-based PCR and sequence analysis in seafood in Nha Trang, Vietnam. Journal of Science and Technology, 49(1A): 106-116.
  13. Nguyen Van Duy, Du Thi Luu (2011): Isolation and screening of marine Bacillus strains as biocontrol agents against pathogenic Vibrio in black tiger shrimp in Central Vietnam. Journal of Fisheries Science and Technology, 3: 120-129.
  14. Nguyen Van Duy, Vu Thi Nhung (2010): An investigation of culture media, sulfide reduction ability and freeze drying procedure of the purple photosynthetic bacterium Rhodobacter NTU for environmental treatment. Journal of Biotechnology, 8(3B): 1717-1724.
  15. Chu Van Man, Ngo Tu Thanh, Nguyen Dinh Phuong, Nguyen Van Duy (2004): Second-order orthogonal optimization with 4 variables for maximum alkaline protease production by Bacillus T20. Journal of Science, Hanoi National University, XX: 27-31.

D. Conference Proceedings

  1. Nguyen Van Duy, Ho Thi Hong Nhi (2013): Isolation and phylogenetic analysis of marine bacteria in association with otter clam (Lutraria philippinarum) revealing bacteriocin production by Cronobacter sakazakii and Enterobacter cloacae, Proceedings of National Biotechnology Conference 2013, Truong Nam Hai, Phan Van Chi, Quyen Dinh Thi (Eds), Institute of Biotechnology, Vietnam Academy of Science and Technology, Publishing House of Science and Technology, Book 2, pp. 147-152. ISBN 978-604-913-136-3.
  2. Nguyen Thi Hai Thanh, Nguyen Thi Hong Mai, Nguyen Van Duy (2013): Antimicrobial activity and characterization of crude bacteriocin produced by marine bacteria isolated from Vietnam, Proceedings of National Biotechnology Conference 2013, Truong Nam Hai, Phan Van Chi, Quyen Dinh Thi (Eds), Institute of Biotechnology, Vietnam Academy of Science and Technology, Publishing House of Science and Technology, Book 1, pp. 474-478. ISBN 978-604-913-135-6.
  3. Nguyen Van Duy, Nguyen Thi Hai Thanh, Le Phuong Chung, Pham Thu Thuy (2013): Isolation, screening and characterization of marine bacteriocin-producing bacteria for the development of potential drugs in aquaculture, Proceedings of the International Conference on “Bien Dong 2012”, Bui Hong Long, Vo Si Tuan, Nguyen Ngoc Lam (Eds), Institute of Oceanography, Vietnam Academy of Science and Technology, Publishing House of Science and Technology, Vol. 1, pp. 492-503. ISBN 978-604-913-172-1.
  4. Ngo Tu Thanh, Nguyen Viet Dung, Nguyen Van Duy (2003): Biosynthesis and characterization of extracullular alkaline proteases from Bacillus 20. Proceedings of Basic Research in Life Sicence in Vietnam, 1012-1015.

E. Selected Oral/Poster Presentations

  1. Nguyen Van Duy (2014): Development of pharmabiotics as antibiotic alternatives for seafood security and marine aquaculture health: two cases of study in Vietnam. 6th International Science, Social Sciences, Engineering and Energy Conference, Udon Thani, Thailand, 17-19/12/2014.
  2. Nguyen Van Duy (2014): Marine bacteriocin-producing Proteus and Klebsiella strains with the potential for the production of safe probiotics and immunostimulants against enteric pathogens. Vaccines 2014, London, UK, 20-22/10/2014.
  3. Nguyen Van Duy, Pham Thu Thuy (2012): Two novel strains of bacteriocin-producing lactic acid bacteria and their application as biopreservative in chill-stored fresh cobia meat, Proceedings of International Fishery Symposium (IFS 2012), Can Tho, 6-8/12/2012.
  4. Nguyen Van Duy (2012): Transdisciplinary systems approach of sustainable aquaculture for food security in Southeast Asian developing countries: two cases of study in Vietnam, The Regional Workshop on Water, Land and Southeast Asia Food Sovereignty, Bogor, Indonesia, 17-21/9/2012.
  5. Nguyen Van Duy (2010): Screening of bacteriocin-producing lactic acid bacteria for food preservation. National Conference of Aquacultural Biotechnology, Hochiminh city, 2/12/2010.
  6. Nguyen Van Duy, Le Thi Tam, Carmen Wolf, Ulrike Mäder, Dirk Albrecht, Ngoc Phuong Tran, Jean-François Cavin, Michael Lalk, Ulrike Lindequist, Rabea Sietmann, Frieder Schauer, Michael Hecker and Haike Antelmann (2007), Transcriptome and proteome analyses in response to aromatic compounds in Bacillus subtilis, Annual Conference of the Association for General and Applied Microbiology (VAAM), Osnabruck, Germany, 1-4/4/2007.

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