Publications 2013

  1. CCAAT-box binding transcription factors in plants: Y so many? T. Laloum, S. De Mita, P. Gamas, M. Baudin, A. Niebel. Trends in Plant Science.
  2. Towards a refined classification of class I dithiol glutaredoxins from poplar: biochemical basis for the definition of two subclasses.J Couturier, JP Jacquot, N Rouhier. Frontiers in Plant Science 4, 518
  3. Diversity and structure of bacterial communities associated with Phanerochaete chrysosporium during wood decay. V Hervé, X Le Roux, S Uroz, E Gelhaye, P Frey‐Klett. Environmental Microbiology
  4. Development of roGFP2-derived redox probes for measurement of the glutathione redox potential in the cytosol of severely glutathione-deficient rml1 seedlings. I Aller, N Rouhier, A Meyer. Frontiers in Plant Science.
  5. Transcriptomic profiles of Heterobasidion annosum under abiotic stresses and during saprotrophic growth in bark, sapwood and heartwood T Raffaello, H Chen, A Kohler, FO Asiegbu Environmental microbiology
  6. The genome of an arbuscular mycorrhizal fungus provides insights into the oldest plant symbiosis. E Tisserant, M Malbreil, A Kuo, A Kohler, et al. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences
  7. Expression Analysis of the Impact of Culture Filtrates from the Biocontrol Agent, Phlebiopsis gigantea on the Conifer Pathogen, Heterobasidion annosum ss Transcriptome AC Mgbeahuruike, A Kohler, FO Asiegbu Microbial ecology 66 (3), 669-681
  8. Structure and function of bacterial communities in ageing soils: Insights from the Mendocino ecological staircase. S Uroz, JJ Tech, NA Sawaya, P Frey-Klett, JHJ Leveau. Soil Biology and Biochemistry
  9. Diversification of Fungal Specific Class A Glutathione Transferases in Saprotrophic Fungi. Mathieu Y, Prosper P, Favier F, Harvengt L, Didierjean C, et al. PLoS one
  10. Biodegradation of Reactive Blue 4 and Orange G by Pycnoporus sanguineus Strain Isolated in Gabon A Christiane, M Steeve, ST Jean-Bosco, NM Kor, I Brama. Journal of Bioremediation and Biodegradation
  11. Density mapping of decaying wood using X-ray computed tomography. V Hervé, F Mothe, C Freyburger, E Gelhaye and P. Frey-Klett. International Biodeterioration and Biodegradation
  12. Evolution of a symbiotic receptor through gene duplications in the legume–rhizobium mutualism. De Mita S., A. Streng, T. Bisseling and R. Geurts. New phytologist
  13. Detecting selection along environmental gradients: analysis of eight methods and their effectiveness for outbreeding and selfing populations. De Mita S., A.-C. Thuillet, L. Gay, N. Ahmadi, S.. Manel, J. Ronfort and Y. Vigouroux.  Molecular Ecology
  14. Monothiol glutaredoxin-BolA interactions: redox control of Arabidopsis thaliana BolA2 and SufE1 J Couturier, HC Wu, T Dhalleine, H Pégeot, D Sudre… – Molecular Plant, 2013.
  15. Transcriptome analysis of poplar rust telia reveals overwintering adaptation and tightly coordinated karyogamy and meiosis processes. S Hacquart, C Delaruelle, P Frey, E Tisserant, A Kohler, S Duplessis. Frontiers in Plant Science
  16. Overexpression, purification and enzymatic characterization of a recombinant plastidial glucose-6-phosphate dehydrogenase from barley (Hordeum vulgare cv. Nure) roots M Cardi, K Chibani, D Castiglia, D Cafasso, E Pizzo, N Rouhier, JP Jacquot …Plant Physiology and Biochemistry
  17. Phytophthora on Alnus spp.(alders) B Marçais, C Husson. JKI Data sheets-Plant Diseases and Diagnosis.
  18. Mycorrhizas and New Phytologist: une vraie histoire d’amour C MA Selosse, F Martin. New Phytologist
  19. A short-term mineral amendment impacts the mineral weathering bacterial communities in an acidic forest soil. C Lepleux, S Uroz, C Collignon, JL Churin, MP Turpault, P Frey-Klett. Research in microbiology
  20. Black truffle‐associated bacterial communities during the development and maturation of Tuber melanosporum ascocarps and putative functional roles. S Antony‐Babu, A Deveau, JD Van Nostrand, J Zhou, F Le Tacon, C Robin, P … Environmental Microbiology
  21. Carbohydrate utilization and metabolism is highly differentiated in Agaricus bisporus A Patyshakuliyeva, E Jurak, A Kohler, A Baker, E Battaglia, W de Bruijn, KS … BMC Genomics 14 (1), 663
  22. Effects of the use of biocontrol agent (Phlebiopsis gigantea) on fungal communities on the surface of Picea abies stumps. E Terhonen, H Sun, M Buée, R Kasanen, L Paulin, FO Asiegbu. Forest Ecology and Management 310, 428-433
  23. Monothiol Glutaredoxins Can Bind Linear [Fe 3 S 4]+ and [Fe 4 S 4] 2+ Clusters in Addition to [Fe 2 S 2] 2+ Clusters: Spectroscopic Characterization and Functional Implications. B Zhang, S Bandyopadhyay, P Shakamuri, SG Naik, BH Huynh, J Couturier, N …. Journal of the American Chemical Society
  24. Extreme diversification of the mating type–high‐mobility group (MATA‐HMG) gene family in a plant‐associated arbuscular mycorrhizal fungus. R Riley, P Charron, A Idnurm, L Farinelli, Y Dalpé, F Martin, N Corradi. New Phytologist
  25. Arabidopsis thaliana Nfu2 accommodates [2Fe-2S] or [4Fe-4S] clusters and is competent for in vitro maturation of chloroplast [2Fe-2S] and [4Fe-4S] cluster-containing proteins. H Gao, S Subramanian, J Couturier, SG Naik, SK Kim, T Leustek, DB Knaff, HC … Biochemistry
  26. Functional assignment of KEOPS/EKC complex subunits in the biosynthesis of the universal t6A tRNA modification. L Perrochia, D Guetta, A Hecker, P Forterre, T Basta Nucleic Acids Research
  27. Evidence of gene flow between sympatric populations of the Middle East‐Asia Minor 1 and Mediterranean putative species of Bemisia abaci. A Tahiri, F Halkett, M Granier, G Gueguen, M Peterschmitt. Ecology and Evolution
  28. Community genetics in the time of next‐generation molecular technologies. F Gugerli, R Brandl, B Castagneyrol, A Franc, H Jactel, HP Koelewijn, F …. Molecular Ecology 22 (12), 3198-3207
  29. Microbe-independent entry of oomycete RxLR effectors and fungal RxLR-like effectors into plant and animal cells is specific and reproducible. BM Tyler, SD Kale, Q Wang, K Tao, HR Clark, K Drews, V Antignani, A Rumore …Molecular Plant-Microbe Interactions 26 (6), 611-616
  30. The iron-sulfur cluster assembly machineries in plants: current knowledge and open questions. J Couturier, B Touraine, JF Briat, F Gaymard, N Rouhier. Frontiers in Plant Science 4, 259
  31. Carbon Transfer from the Host to Tuber melanosporum Mycorrhizas and Ascocarps Followed Using a 13C Pulse-Labeling Technique . F Le Tacon, B Zeller, C Plain, C Hossann, C Bréchet, C Robin. PloS one 8 (5), e64626  (pdf)
  32. Mechanisms of nitrosylation and denitrosylation of cytoplasmic glyceraldehyde-3-phosphate dehydrogenase from Arabidopsis thaliana. M Zaffagnini, S Morisse, M Bedhomme, CH Marchand, M Festa, N Rouhier, SD … Journal of Biological Chemistry
  33. Atypical features of a Ure2p glutathione transferase from Phanerochaete chrysosporium. A Thuillier, T Roret, F Favier, E Gelhaye, JP Jacquot, C Didierjean, M Morel …FEBS Letters
  34. Genome-wide survey of repetitive DNA elements in the button mushroom Agaricus bosporus. M Foulongne-Oriol, C Murat, R Castanera, L Ramírez, ASM Sonnenberg. Fungal Genetics and Biology
  35. Optimization of a real-time PCR assay for the detection of the quarantine pathogen Melampsora medusae f. sp. deltoidae. AL Boutigny, C Guinet, A Vialle, R Hamelin, A Andrieux, P Frey, C Husson, R Ioos. Fungal Biology
  36. An improved method compatible with metagenomic analyses to extract genomic DNA from soils in Tuber melanosporum orchards. S Antony‐Babu, C Murat, A Deveau, F Tacon, P Frey‐Klett, S Uroz. Journal of Applied Microbiology
  37. Biotrophic transportome in mutualistic plant–fungal interactions. L Casieri, NA Lahmidi, J Doidy, C Veneault-Fourrey, A Migeon, L Bonneau, PE … Mycorrhiza, 1-29
  38. Fine‐scale spatial genetic structure of the black truffle (Tuber melanosporum) investigated with neutral microsatellites and functional mating type genes. C Murat, A Rubini, C Riccioni, H la Varga, E Akroume, B Belfiori, M Guaragno … New Phytologist
  39. Cysteine-based redox regulation and signalling in plants J. Couturier, K. Chibani, JP Jacquot Jacquot and N. Rouhier. Frontiers in Plant Proteomics
  40. Microbe-independent entry of oomycete RxLR effectors and fungal RxLR-like effectors into plant and animal cells is specific and reproducible BM Tyler, SD Kale, Q Wang, K Tao, HR Clark, K Drews, V Antignani, A Rumore … Molecular Plant-Microbe Interactions
  41. Biogeographical patterns and determinants of invasion by forest pathogens in Europe. A Santini, L Ghelardini, C Pace, ML Desprez‐Loustau, P Capretti, A …New Phytologist 197 (1), 238-250
  42. Who is Controlling whom within the Ectomycorrhizal Symbiosis: Insights from Genomic and Functional Analyses C Veneault‐Fourrey, JM Plett, F Martin. Molecular Microbial Ecology of the Rhizosphere: Volume 1 & 2, 501-512
  43. Below-ground fine-scale distribution and soil versus fine root detection of fungal and soil oomycete communities in a French beech forest. A Coince, O Caël, C Bach, J Lengellé, C Cruaud, F Gavory, E Morin, C Murat … Fungal Ecology
  44. Laser microdissection and microarray analysis of Tuber melanosporum ectomycorrhizas reveal functional heterogeneity between mantle and Hartig net compartments. Stéphane Hacquard, Emilie Tisserant, Annick Brun, Valérie Legué, Francis Martin, Annegret Kohler.  Environmental Microbiology
  45. Functional Assays and Metagenomic Analyses Reveals Differences between the Microbial Communities Inhabiting the Soil Horizons of a Norway Spruce Plantation. S Uroz, P Ioannidis, J Lengelle, A Cébron, E Morin, M Buée, F Martin. PloS one 8 (2), e55929
  46. First Identification of Polymorphic Microsatellite Markers in the Burgundy Truffle, Tuber aestivum (Tuberacea). V Molinier, C Murat, E Morin, A Gollotte, D Wipf, F Martin. Applications in Plant Sciences 1 (2)
  47. Involvement of auxin pathways in modulating root architecture during beneficial plant–microorganism interactions. P Sukumar, V Legué, A Vayssières, F Martin, GA Tuskan, UC Kalluri. Plant, cell & environment
  48. Monothiol glutaredoxins and A-type proteins: partners in Fe–S cluster trafficking. DT Mapolelo, B Zhang, S Randeniya, AN Albetel, H Li, J Couturier, CE Outten …. Dalton Transactions 42 (9), 3107-3115
  49. Redox Homeostasis. J Messens, N Rouhier, JF Collet. Oxidative Stress and Redox Regulation, 59-84
  50. Redox Regulation in Plants: Glutathione and “Redoxin” Related Families. JP Jacquot, KJ Dietz, N Rouhier, E Meux, PA Lallement, B Selles, A Hecker. Oxidative Stress and Redox Regulation, 213-231
  51. Functional Profiling and Distribution of the Forest Soil Bacterial Communities Along the Soil Mycorrhizosphere Continuum. S Uroz, PE Courty, JC Pierrat, M Peter, M Buée, MP Turpault, J Garbaye, P … Microbial Ecology, 1-12
  52. Taxonomic and functional diversity of Streptomyces in a forest soil. C Bontemps, M Toussaint, PV Revol, L Hotel, M Jeanbille, S Uroz, MP Turpault … FEMS Microbiology Letters
  53. Development and use of new sensitive molecular tools for diagnosis and detection of Melampsora rusts on cultivated poplar. C Husson, R Ioos, A Andrieux, P Frey. Forest Pathology
  54. Strong Genetic Differentiation Between North American and European Populations of Phytophthora alni subsp. uniformis. J Aguayo, GC Adams, F Halkett, M Catal, C Husson, ZÁ Nagy, EM Hansen, B … Phytopathology 103 (2), 190-199
  55. Three-year investigations on leaf rust of poplar cultivated for biomass production in Umbria, Central Italy. L Covarelli, G Beccari, L Tosi, B Fabre, P Frey. Biomass and Bioenergy 49, 315-322
  56. Historical Biogeography and Diversification of Truffles in the Tuberaceae and Their Newly Identified Southern Hemisphere Sister Lineage. G Bonito, ME Smith, M Nowak, RA Healy, G Guevara, E Cázares, A Kinoshita, ER … PloS one 8 (1), e52765
  57. 454 Pyrosequencing Analysis of Fungal Assemblages from Geographically Distant, Disparate Soils Reveals Spatial Patterning and a Core Mycobiome. A Orgiazzi, V Bianciotto, P Bonfante, S Daghino, S Ghignone, A Lazzari, E … Diversity 5 (1), 73-98
  58. Xenomic networks variability and adaptation traits in wood decaying fungi. M Morel, E Meux, Y Mathieu, A Thuillier, K Chibani, L Harvengt, JP Jacquot … Microbial biotechnology
  59. The Escherichia coli SLC26 homologue YchM (DauA) is a C4‐dicarboxylic acid transporter. E Karinou, ELR Compton, M Morel, A Javelle. Molecular Microbiology
  60. Putative involvement of Thioredoxin h in early response to gravitropic stimulation of poplar stems W Azri, N Brunel, J Franchel, I Ben Rejeb, JP Jacquot, JL Julien, S Herbette … Journal of Plant Physiology
  61. 454 pyrosequencing analysis of fungal assemblages from geographically distant, disparate soils reveals spatial patterning and a core mycobiome
    A Orgiazzi, V Bianciotto, P Bonfante, S Daghino, S Ghignone, A Lazzari, …
    Diversity 5 (1), 73-98