Publications 2017

  1. Photoreceptors in the dark: a functional white collar-like complex and other putative light-sensing components encoded by the genome of the subterranean fungus Tuber melanosporumR Gerace, B Montanini, M Proietto, E Levati, C De Luca, A Brenna, … Fungal Biolog
  2. Can oak powdery mildew severity be explained by indirect effects of climate on the composition of the Erysiphe pathogenic complex? B Marçais, D Piou, D Dezette, ML Desprez-Loustau Phytopathology
  3. Comparative genomics and expression levels of hydrophobins from eight mycorrhizal genomes. F Rineau, H Lmalem, D Ahren, F Shah, T Johansson, L Coninx, J Ruytinx, … Mycorrhiza, 1-14
  4. Soil networks become more connected and take up more carbon as nature restoration progresses. E Morriën, SE Hannula, LB Snoek, NR Helmsing, H Zweers, … Nature Communications
  5. New Insights into the Complex Relationship between Weight and Maturity of Burgundy Truffles (Tuber aestivum) U Büntgen, I Bagi, O Fekete, V Molinier, M Peter, R Splivallo, … PLOS ONE 12 (1), e0170375
  6. Identification, distribution, and quantification of biominerals in a deciduous forest C Krieger, C Calvaruso, C Morlot, S Uroz, L Salsi, MP Turpault Geobiology
  7. The Identification of Phytohormone Receptor Homologs in Early Diverging Fungi Suggests a Role for Plant Sensing in Land Colonization by Fungi A Hérivaux, TD de Bernonville, C Roux, M Clastre, V Courdavault, … mBio 8 (1), e01739-16
  8. The transcriptional landscape of basidiosporogenesis in mature Pisolithus microcarpus basidiocarp M de Freitas Pereira, AN da Rocha Campos, TC Anastacio, E Morin, …BMC genomics 18 (1), 157
  9. Antifungal activities of wood extractives N Valette, T Perrot, R Sormani, E Gelhaye, M Morel-Rouhier. Fungal Biology Reviews
  10. Functional outcomes of fungal community shifts driven by tree genotype and spatial‐temporal factors in Mediterranean pine forests L Pérez‐Izquierdo, M Zabal‐Aguirre, D Flores‐Rentería, … Environmental Microbiology
  11. Post-translational modifications of Medicago truncatula glutathione peroxidase 1 induced by nitric oxide C Castella, I Mirtziou, A Seassau, A Boscari, F Montrichard, … Nitric Oxide
  12. A New Method for Qualitative Multi-scale Analysis of Bacterial Biofilms on Filamentous Fungal Colonies Using Confocal and Electron Microscopy. CM Guennoc, C Rose, F Guinnet, I Miquel, J Labbé, A Deveau. JoVE (Journal of Visualized Experiments), e54771-e54771
  13. Populus trichocarpa encodes small, effector-like secreted proteins that are highly induced during mutualistic symbiosis JM Plett, H Yin, R Mewalal, R Hu, T Li, P Ranjan, S Jawdy, HC De Paoli, … Scientific Reports 7 (1), 382
  14. Atypical protein disulfide isomerases (PDI): Comparison of the molecular and catalytic properties of poplar PDI-A and PDI-M with PDI-L1A B Selles, F Zannini, J Couturier, JP Jacquot, N Rouhier PloS one 12 (3), e0174753
  15. Low effect of phenanthrene bioaccessibility on its biodegradation in diffusely contaminated soil M Crampon, A Cébron, F Portet-Koltalo, S Uroz, F Le Derf, J Bodilis Environmental Pollution
  16. A new promising phylogenetic marker to study the diversity of fungal communities: the GLYCOSIDE HYDROLASE 63 gene L Pérez‐Izquierdo, E Morin, JP Maurice, F Martin, A Rincón, M Buée. Molecular Ecology Resources
  17. HqiA, a novel quorum-quenching enzyme which expands the AHL lactonase family.M Torres, S Uroz, R Salto, L Fauchery, E Quesada, I Llamas Scientific reports 7 (1), 943
  18. iTRAQ and RNA-Seq analyses provide new insights into regulation mechanism of symbiotic germination of Dendrobium officinale seeds (Orchidaceae). J Chen, S Liu, A Kohler, B Yan, HM Luo, X Chen, SX Guo. Journal of Proteome Research
  19. Ancestral alliances: Plant mutualistic symbioses with fungi and bacteria FM Martin, S Uroz, DG Barker Science 356 (6340), eaad4501
  20. Structural plasticity among glutathione transferase Phi members: natural combination of catalytic residues confers dual biochemical activities. H Pégeot, S Mathiot, T Perrot, F Gense, A Hecker, C Didierjean, … The FEBS journal
  21. Characterization of bark extractives of different industrial Indonesian wood species for potential valorization. NA Rosdiana, S Dumarçay, C Gérardin, H Chapuis, FJ Santiago-Medina, … Industrial Crops and Products 108, 121-127
  22. Involvement of Arabidopsis glutaredoxin S14 in the maintenance of chlorophyll content P Rey, N Becuwe, S Tourrette, N Rouhier Plant, Cell & Environment
  23. In Vitro Alkylation Methods for Assessing the Protein Redox State. F Zannini, J Couturier, O Keech, N Rouhier. Photorespiration, 51-64
  24. Covalent and Non-Covalent Associations Mediate MED28 Homo J Shaikhali, N Rouhier, A Hecker, K Brännström, G Wingsle.  J Plant Biochem Physiol 5:189. doi:10.4172/2329-9029.1000189
  25. Five years investigation of female and male genotypes in Perigord black truffle (Tuber melanosporum Vittad.) revealed contrasted reproduction strategies H De la Varga, F Le Tacon, M Lagoguet, F Todesco, T Varga, I Miquel, … Environmental Microbiology
  26. Tree roots select specific bacterial communities in the subsurface critical zone O Nicolitch, Y Colin, MP Turpault, L Fauchery, S Uroz. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 115, 109-123
  27. Regulatory networks underlying mycorrhizal development delineated by genome-wide expression profiling and functional analysis of the transcription factor repertoire of the plant symbiotic fungus Laccaria bicolor. Y Daguerre, E Levati, J Ruytinx, E Tisserant, E Morin, A Kohler, … BMC genomics 18 (1), 737
  28. The Fungal Tree of Life: from Molecular Systematics to Genome-Scale Phylogenies.
    JW Spatafora, MC Aime, IV Grigoriev, F Martin, JE Stajich, M Blackwell. Microbiology spectrum 5 (5)
  29. Phylogenetics and Phylogenomics of Rust Fungi MC Aime, AR McTaggart, SJ Mondo, S Duplessis. Advances in Genetics
  30. Erv1 of Arabidopsis thaliana can directly oxidize mitochondrial intermembrane space proteins in the absence of redox-active Mia40 V Peleh, F Zannini, S Backes, N Rouhier, JM Herrmann. BMC biology 15 (1), 106
  31. Know your Enemy, Embrace your Friend: Using omics to understand how plants respond differently to pathogenic and mutualistic microorganisms JM Plett, FM Martin. The Plant Journal
  32. Root-endophytic fungi cause morphological and functional differences in Scots pine roots in contrast to ectomycorrhizal fungi. Heinonsalo, J., Buée, M., & Vaario, L. M. 2017. . Botany, (10.1139/cjb-2016-0161).
  33. Diversity and structure of fungal communities in Neotropical rainforest soils: what about host tree recurrence? Schimann H, Bach C, Lengelle J, Louisanna E, Barantal S, Murat C, Buée M. 2017. Microbial Ecology 73: 310-320.
  34. Phytophthora pluvialis Studies on Douglas-fir Require Swiss Needle Cast Suppression. Gomez-Gallego M., Bader M.K-F., Scott P.M., Leuzinger S., Williams N.M. (2017).  Plant Disease, 101(7): 1259-1262. DOI: Réf. HAL: hal-03220691
  35. The redox control of photorespiration: from biochemical and physiological aspects to biotechnological considerations. O Keech, P Gardeström, LA Kleczkowski, N Rouhier. Plant, Cell & Environment
  36. Secretion of small proteins is species‐specific within Aspergillus sp. N Valette, I Benoit‐Gelber, MD Falco, A Wiebenga, RP Vries, E Gelhaye, … Microbial Biotechnology
  37. Diversity and Structure of Fungal Communities in Neotropical Rainforest Soils: The Effect of Host Recurrence H Schimann, C Bach, J Lengelle, E Louisanna, S Barantal, C Murat, … Microbial Ecology, 1-11
  38. Dithiol disulphide exchange in redox regulation of chloroplast enzymes in response to evolutionary and structural constraints DD Gütle, T Roret, A Hecker, R Reski, JP Jacquot. Plant Science
  39. Genetic bases of fungal white rot wood decay predicted by phylogenomic analysis of correlated gene-phenotype evolution LG Nagy, R Riley, PJ Bergmann, K Krizsán, FM Martin, IV Grigoriev, … Molecular Biology and Evolution, msw238
  40. Fungal and plant gene expression in the Tulasnella calospora–Serapias vomeracea symbiosis provides clues about nitrogen pathways in orchid mycorrhizas V Fochi, W Chitarra, A Kohler, S Voyron, VR Singan, EA Lindquist, …New Phytologist
  41. The escalatory Red Queen: Population extinction and replacement following arms‐race dynamics in poplar rust A Persoons, KJ Hayden, B Fabre, P Frey, S De Mita, A Tellier, F Halkett Molecular Ecology
  42. Le réseau MOS, un dispositif de suivi des effets des prélèvements de biomasse sur les sols et les peuplements forestiers. E. Akroume, B. Zeller, M. Buee, L. Saint-André, A. Reichard, et al.. Rendez-vous Techniques de l’ONF, Office national des forêts, 2017, pp.9-21. ffhal-02622660
  43. Distribution of Sulfate-Reducing Communities from Estuarine to Marine Bay Waters. Colin, Y., Goñi-Urriza, M., Gassie, C. et al. Microb Ecol 73,39–49 (2017).
  44. Mineral Types and Tree Species Determine the Functional and Taxonomic Structures of Forest Soil Bacterial Communities. Colin, Y., Nicolitch, O., Turpault, M. P., & Uroz, S. (2017). Applied and Environmental Microbiology83(5).
  45. Taxonomic and functional shifts in the beech rhizosphere microbiome across a natural soil toposequence. Colin, Y., Nicolitch, O., Van Nostrand, J.D. et al. Sci Rep 7, 9604 (2017).
  46. The SlZRT1 Gene Encodes a Plasma Membrane-Located ZIP (Zrt-, Irt-Like Protein) Transporter in the Ectomycorrhizal Fungus Suillus luteus. Coninx, L., Thoonen, A., Slenders, E., Morin, E., Arnauts, N., op de Beeck, M., Kohler, A., Ruytinx, J., & Colpaert, J. V. (2017). Frontiers in Microbiology8.
  47. Le trufficulteur : Un trait d’union indispensable entre trufficulteurs et scientifiques. A. Deveau, A. Kohler, F. Le Tacon, F. Martin, V. Molinier, et al.. Le Trufficulteur Français, Fédération Française des Trufficulteurs, 2017, n°100 spécial, pp.9-10. ⟨hal-02620110⟩
  48. The ectomycorrhizal basidiomyceteHebeloma cylindrosporumundergoes early waves of transcriptional reprogramming prior to symbiotic structures differentiation. Doré, J., Kohler, A., Dubost, A., Hundley, H., Singan, V., Peng, Y., Kuo, A., Grigoriev, I. V., Martin, F., Marmeisse, R., & Gay, G. (2017). Environmental Microbiology19(3), 1338‑1354.
  49. Fungal and plant gene expression in the Tulasnella calospora – Serapias vomeracea symbiosis provides clues about nitrogen pathways in orchid mycorrhizas. Fochi, V., Chitarra, W., Kohler, A., Voyron, S., Singan, V. R., Lindquist, E. A., Barry, K. W., Girlanda, M., Grigoriev, I. V., Martin, F., Balestrini, R., & Perotto, S. (2016). New Phytologist213(1), 365‑379.
  50. Bacterial periphytic communities related to mercury methylation within aquatic plant roots from a temperate freshwater lake (South-Western France). Gentès, S., Taupiac, J., Colin, Y. et al. Environ Sci Pollut Res 24, 19223–19233 (2017).
  51. Detection of plant pathogens using real-time PCR : how reliable are lateCtvalues ? Grosdidier, M., Aguayo, J., Marçais, B., & Ioos, R. (2016). Plant Pathology66(3), 359‑367.
  52. Identification of fasciclin-like arabinogalactan proteins in textile hemp (Cannabis sativa L.): in silico analyses and gene expression patterns in different tissues. Guerriero, G., Mangeot-Peter, L., Legay, S. et al. BMC Genomics 18, 741 (2017).
  53. Transcriptomic profiling of hemp bast fibres at different developmental stages. Guerriero, G., Behr, M., Legay, S. et al. Sci Rep 7, 4961 (2017).
  54. Dithiol disulphide exchange in redox regulation of chloroplast enzymes in response to evolutionary and structural constraints. Gütle, D. D., Roret, T., Hecker, A., Reski, R., & Jacquot, J. P. (2017). Plant Science255, 1‑11.
  55. The redox control of photorespiration : from biochemical and physiological aspects to biotechnological considerations. Keech, O., Gardeström, P., Kleczkowski, L. A., & Rouhier, N. (2016). Plant, Cell & Environment40(4), 553‑569.
  56. New insights into plant–microbe interactions through advances in fungal genetics. Lorrain, C., Gervais, J., Petit, Y., & Plett, J. M. (2017). New Phytologist216(3), 647‑650.
  57. Estimation of Ash Mortality Induced by Hymenoscyphus fraxineus in France and Belgium. B. Marçais, C. Husson, O. Cael, A. Dowkiw, FX. Saintonge, et al.. Baltic forestry, Institute of Forestry Lithuanian Research Centre for Agriculture and Forestry, 2017, 23 (1), pp.159-167. ⟨hal-01607257⟩
  58. Dromedary camel milk proteins, a source of peptides having biological activities – A review. Mati, A., Senoussi-Ghezali, C., Si Ahmed Zennia, S., Almi-Sebbane, D., El-Hatmi, H., & Girardet, J. M. (2017). International Dairy Journal73, 25‑37.
  59. The escalatory Red Queen : Population extinction and replacement following arms race dynamics in poplar rust. Persoons, A., Hayden, K. J., Fabre, B., Frey, P., de Mita, S., Tellier, A., & Halkett, F. (2017). Molecular Ecology26(7), 1902‑1918.
  60. Probing the Surface of a Laccase for Clues towards the Design of Chemo-Enzymatic Catalysts. Robert, V., Monza, E., Tarrago, L., Sancho, F., De Falco, A., Schneider, L., Npetgat Ngoutane, E., Mekmouche, Y., Pailley, P. R., Simaan, A. J., Guallar, V., & Tron, T. (2017). ChemPlusChem82(4), 607‑614.
  61. Identification, evolution and functional characterization of two Zn CDF‐family transporters of the ectomycorrhizal fungus Suillus luteus. Ruytinx, J., Coninx, L., Nguyen, H., Smisdom, N., Morin, E., Kohler, A., Cuypers, A., & Colpaert, J. V. (2017). Environmental Microbiology Reports9(4), 419‑427.
  62. Computational Methods for Predicting Effectors in Rust Pathogens. Sperschneider, J., Dodds, P. N., Taylor, J. M., & Duplessis, S. (2017). Methods in Molecular Biology, 73‑83.
  63. Comparative genomics of Mortierella elongata and its bacterial endosymbiont Mycoavidus cysteinexigens. Uehling, J., Gryganskyi, A., Hameed, K., Tschaplinski, T., Misztal, P. K., Wu, S., Desirò, A., Vande Pol, N., Du, Z., Zienkiewicz, A., Zienkiewicz, K., Morin, E., Tisserant, E., Splivallo, R., Hainaut, M., Henrissat, B., Ohm, R., Kuo, A., Yan, J.,. . . Bonito, G. (2017). Environmental Microbiology19(8), 2964‑2983.
  64. Do fungi have an innate immune response ? An NLR-based comparison to plant and animal immune systems. Uehling, J., Deveau, A., & Paoletti, M. (2017). PLOS Pathogens13(10), e1006578.
  65. Caballeronia mineralivorans sp. nov., isolated from oak- Scleroderma citrinum mycorrhizosphere. Uroz, S., & Oger, P. (2017). Systematic and Applied Microbiology40(6), 345‑351.
  66. Secretion of small proteins is species-specific within Aspergillus sp. Valette, N., Benoit-Gelber, I., Falco, M. D., Wiebenga, A., de Vries, R. P., Gelhaye, E., & Morel-Rouhier, M. (2016).  Microbial Biotechnology10(2), 323‑329.
  67. Antialgal activity of poly(2-(dimethylamino)ethyl methacrylate) (PDMAEMA) brushes against the marine alga Ulva. Yandi, W., Mieszkin, S., Callow, M. E., Callow, J. A., Finlay, J. A., Liedberg, B., & Ederth, T. (2017). Biofouling33(2), 169‑183.