Publications 2012

  1. Affinity chromatography: a valuable strategy to isolate substrates of methionine sulfoxide reductases L Tarrago, S Kieffer-Jaquinod, T Lamant, M Marcellin, J Garin, N Rouhier, P Rey. Antioxidants & redox signaling 16 (1), 79-84
  2. A comprehensive analysis of genes encoding small secreted proteins identifies candidate effectors in Melampsora larici-populina (poplar leaf rust). S Hacquard, DL Joly, YC Lin, E Tisserant, N Feau, C Delaruelle, V Legué, A … Molecular Plant-Microbe Interactions 25 (3), 279-293
  3. Atypical thioredoxins in poplar: the glutathione-dependent thioredoxin-like 2.1 supports the activity of target enzymes possessing a single redox active cysteine.K Chibani, L Tarrago, JM Gualberto, G Wingsle, P Rey, JP Jacquot, N Rouhier. Plant physiology 159 (2), 592-605
  4. Beech roots are simultaneously colonized by multiple genets of the ectomycorrhizal fungus Laccaria amethystina clustered in two genetic groups. S Hortal, LK Trocha, C Murat, IJ Chybicki, M Buée, M Trojankiewicz, J … Molecular Ecology 21 (9), 2116-2129
  5. Breeding poplars with durable resistance to Melampsora larici-populina leaf rust: a multidisciplinary approach to understand and delay pathogen adaptation. VJ Dowkiw, M Villar, E Voisin, V Guérin, P Faivre-Rampant, A Bresson, F …Proceedings of the fourth international workshop on the genetics of host-parasite interactions in forestry: Disease and insect resistance in forest trees.
  6. Characterization of a Phanerochaete chrysosporium glutathione transferase reveals a novel structural and functional class with ligandin properties. Y Mathieu, P Prosper, M Buée, S Dumarçay, F Favier, E Gelhaye, P Gérardin, L … Journal of Biological Chemistry 287 (46), 39001-39011
  7. Characterization of transposable elements in the ectomycorrhizal fungus Laccaria bicolor. J Labbe, C Murat, E Morin, GA Tuskan, F Le Tacon, F Martin. PLoS One 7 (8), e40197
  8. Communication Between Plant, Ectomycorrhizal Fungi and Helper Bacteria. A Deveau, JM Plett, V Legué, P Frey-Klett, F Martin. Biocommunication of Fungi, 229-247
  9. Correlation of the abundance of betaproteobacteria on mineral surfaces with mineral weathering in forest soils. C Lepleux, MP Turpault, P Oger, P Frey-Klett, S Uroz. Applied and environmental microbiology 78 (19), 7114-7119
  10. De-Constructing a Mutualist: How the Molecular Blueprints of Model Symbiotic Fungi Are Changing Our Understanding of Mutualism. JM Plett, A Kohler, F Martin. Fungal Associations, 93-117
  11. 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
  12. Disentangling the genetic origins of a plant pathogen during disease spread using an original molecular epidemiology approach. C XHAARD, B BARRÈS, A ANDRIEUX, L BOUSSET, F HALKETT, P FREY. Molecular Ecology
  13. Distinct ectomycorrhizospheres share similar bacterial communities as revealed by pyrosequencing-based analysis of 16S rRNA genes. S Uroz, P Oger, E Morin, P Frey-Klett. Applied and environmental microbiology 78 (8), 3020-3024
  14. Exploring the role of asexual multiplication in poplar rust epidemics: impact on diversity and genetic structure. B Barrès, C Dutech, A Andrieux, F Halkett, P Frey. Molecular Ecology
  15. Extensive gene flow over Europe and possible speciation over Eurasia in the ectomycorrhizal basidiomycete Laccaria amethystina complex. L VINCENOT, K NARA, C STHULTZ, J LABBÉ, MP DUBOIS, L TEDERSOO, F Martin, MA … Molecular ecology 21 (2), 281-299
  16. Farnesol and cAMP signaling effects on the hypha-to-yeast transition in Candida albicans. AK Lindsay, A Deveau, AE Piispanen, DA Hogan. Eukaryotic Cell
  17. Fifty years in the thioredoxin field and a bountiful harvest. BB Buchanan, A Holmgren, JP Jacquot, R Scheibe. Biochimica et Biophysica Acta (BBA)-General Subjects
  18. Forest Trees: Chapter 15. DL Rockwood, M Kirst, JG Isebrands, JY Zhu, N Ip, JM Considine, KT Turner, J …. Carbohydrate Polymers 87, 2488-2495
  19. Fungal diversity is not determined by mineral and chemical differences in serpentine substrates. S Daghino, C Murat, E Sizzano, M Girlanda, S Perotto. Plos One 7 (9), e44233
  20. Fungal soil communities in a young transgenic poplar plantation form a rich reservoir for fungal root communities. L Danielsen, A Thürmer, P Meinicke, M Buée, E Morin, F Martin, G Pilate, R … Ecology and Evolution 2 (8), 1935-1948
  21. Genome sequence of the button mushroom Agaricus bisporus reveals mechanisms governing adaptation to a humic-rich ecological niche. E Morin, A Kohler, AR Baker, M Foulongne-Oriol, V Lombard, LG Nagy, RA Ohm … Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 109 (43), 17501-17506
  22. Genome-wide analysis of cell wall-related genes in Tuber melanosporum. R Balestrini, F Sillo, A Kohler, G Schneider, A Faccio, E Tisserant, F … Current genetics 58 (3), 165-177
  23. Glutathione-and glutaredoxin-dependent reduction of methionine sulfoxide reductase A J Couturier, F Vignols, JP Jacquot, N Rouhier. FEBS letters
  24. Glutathione regulates the transfer of iron-sulfur cluster from monothiol and dithiol glutaredoxins to apo ferredoxin. L Wang, B Ouyang, Y Li, Y Feng, JP Jacquot, N Rouhier, B Xia. Protein & cell 3 (9), 714-721
  25. Glutaredoxin S12: unique properties for redox signaling. M Zaffagnini, M Bedhomme, CH Marchand, J Couturier, XH Gao, N Rouhier, P …. Antioxidants & redox signaling 16 (1), 17-32
  26. Impact of ectomycorrhizal colonization and rust infection on the secondary metabolism of poplar (Populus trichocarpa× deltoides). C Pfabel, KU Eckhardt, C Baum, C Struck, P Frey, M Weih. Tree physiology 32 (11), 1357-1364
  27. In the Absence of Thioredoxins, What Are the Reductants for Peroxiredoxins in Thermotoga maritima?. J Couturier, P Prosper, AM Winger, A Hecker, M Hirasawa, DB Knaff, P Gans … Antioxidants & Redox Signaling
  28. Inside arbuscular mycorrhizal roots–Molecular probes to understand the symbiosis. D Ruzicka, S Chamala, FH Barrios-Masias, F Martin, S Smith, LE Jackson, WB … The Plant Genome
  29. Insight into trade‐off between wood decay and parasitism from the genome of a fungal forest pathogen. Å Olson, A Aerts, F Asiegbu, L Belbahri, O Bouzid, A Broberg, B Canbäck, PM … New Phytologist 194 (4), 1001-1013
  30. Insights into Populus XIP aquaporins: evolutionary expansion, protein functionality, and environmental regulation. D Lopez, G Bronner, N Brunel, D Auguin, S Bourgerie, F Brignolas, S Carpin … Journal of experimental botany 63 (5), 2217-2230
  31. Minerals affect the specific diversity of forest soil bacterial communities. S Uroz, MP Turpault, C Delaruelle, L Mareschal, JC Pierrat, P Frey-Klett. Geomicrobiology Journal 29 (1), 88-98
  32. Mitogen-activated protein kinase signaling in plant-interacting fungi: Distinct messages from conserved messengers. LP Hamel, MC Nicole, S Duplessis, BE Ellis. The Plant Cell Online 24 (4), 1327-1351
  33. Molecular method for the identification of mating type genes of truffles species. F Martin, C Murat-furminieux, F Paolocci, A Rubini, C Riccioni, B Belfiori … EP Patent 2,426,215
  34. Multiple markers pyrosequencing reveals highly diverse and host‐specific fungal communities on the mangrove trees Avicennia marina and Rhizophora stylosa. Y Arfi, M Buée, C Marchand, A Levasseur, E Record. FEMS microbiology ecology 79 (2), 433-444
  35. New substrates and activity of< i> Phanerochaete chrysosporium</i> Omega Glutathione transferases. E Meux, M Morel, T Lamant, P Gérardin, JP Jacquot, S Dumarçay, E Gelhaye. Biochimie
  36. Occurrence of Hymenoscyphus pseudoalbidus on infected ash logs. C Husson, O Caël, JP Grandjean, LM Nageleisen, B Marçais. Plant Pathology 61 (5), 889-895
  37. Phylogenetic, genomic organization and expression analysis of hydrophobin genes in the ectomycorrhizal basidiomycete Laccaria bicolor. JM Plett, J Gibon, A Kohler, K Duffy, PJ Hoegger, R Velagapudi, J Han, U … Fungal Genetics and Biology 49 (3), 199-209
  38. Phytophthora on Alnus spp.(alders) B Marçais, C Husson. JKI Data sheets-Plant Diseases and Diagnosis
  39. Poplar root exudates contain compounds that induce the expression of MiSSP7 in Laccaria bicolor. JM Plett, F Martin. Plant Signaling & Behavior 7 (1), 12-15
  40. Protein disorder and short conserved motifs in disordered regions are enriched near the cytoplasmic side of single-pass transmembrane proteins. I Stavropoulos, N Khaldi, NE Davey, K O’Brien, F Martin, DC Shields. PLoS One 7 (9), e44389
  41. Quinone-and nitroreductase reactions of Thermotoga maritima peroxiredoxin-nitroreductase hybrid enzyme. Ž Anusevičius, L Misevičienė, J Šarlauskas, N Rouhier, JP Jacquot, N Čėnas. Archives of Biochemistry and Biophysics
  42. RNA-Seq of Early-Infected Poplar Leaves by the Rust Pathogen Melampsora larici-populina Uncovers PtSultr3; 5, a Fungal-Induced Host Sulfate Transporter. B Petre, E Morin, E Tisserant, S Hacquard, C Da Silva, J Poulain, C … PloS one 7 (8), e44408
  43. Rust Effectors. S Duplessis, DL Joly, PN Dodds. Effectors in Plant–Microbe Interactions, 155-193
  44. Selection and validation of enzymatic activities as functional markers in wood biotechnology and fungal ecology. Y Mathieu, E Gelhaye, S Dumarçay, P Gérardin, L Harvengt, M Buée. Journal of microbiological methods
  45. Signalling in ectomycorrhizal symbiosis.J Felten, F Martin, V Legué. Signaling and Communication in Plant Symbiosis, 123-142
  46. Ten Years of Genomics for Ectomycorrhizal Fungi: What Have We Achieved and Where Are We Heading? F Martin, G Bonito. Edible Ectomycorrhizal Mushrooms, 383-401
  47. The AINTEGUMENTA LIKE1 Homeotic Transcription Factor PtAIL1 Controls the Formation of Adventitious Root Primordia in Poplar. A Rigal, YS Yordanov, I Perrone, A Karlberg, E Tisserant, C Bellini, VB … Plant physiology 160 (4), 1996-2006
  48. The importance of individuals: intraspecific diversity of mycorrhizal plants and fungi in ecosystems. D Johnson, F Martin, JWG Cairney, IC Anderson. New Phytologist 194 (3), 614-628
  49. The Paleozoic origin of enzymatic lignin decomposition reconstructed from 31 fungal genomes. D Floudas, M Binder, R Riley, K Barry, RA Blanchette, B Henrissat, AT … Science 336 (6089), 1715-1719
  50. The transcriptome of the arbuscular mycorrhizal fungus Glomus intraradices (DAOM 197198) reveals functional tradeoffs in an obligate symbiont. E Tisserant, A Kohler, P Dozolme‐Seddas, R Balestrini, K Benabdellah, A … New Phytologist 193 (3), 755-769
  51. Two Sinorhizobium meliloti glutaredoxins regulate iron metabolism and symbiotic bacteroid differentiation. SM Benyamina, F Baldacci‐Cresp, J Couturier, K Chibani, J Hopkins, A Bekki … Environmental Microbiology
  52. Variation in aggressiveness is detected among Puccinia triticina isolates of the same pathotype and clonal lineage in the adult plant stage. B Pariaud, H Goyeau, F Halkett, C Robert, C Lannou. European Journal of Plant Pathology, 1-11
  53. Wild and cultivated mushrooms as a model of sustainable development. D Donnini, ML Gargano, C Perini, E Savino, C Murat, S Di Piazza, E Altobelli … Plant Biosystems

Publications de l’année 2011