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UMR INRA - Univ. Nice Sophia Antipolis - Cnrs

http://www.paca.inra.fr/institut-sophia-agrobiotech_eng/

Publications

2022

  • Giordano L, Schimmerling M, Panabières F, Allasia V, Keller H (2022). The exodomain of the impaired oomycete susceptibility 1 receptor mediates both endoplasmic reticulum stress responses and abscisic acid signalling during downy mildew infection of Arabidopsis. Mol Plant Pathol, doi.org/10.1111/mpp.13265
  • Tran QD, Galiana E, Thomen P, Cohen C, Orange F, Peruani F, Noblin X. (2022). Coordination of two opposite flagella allows high-speed swimming and active turning of individual zoospores. Elife Mar 28;11:e71227. doi: 10.7554/eLife.71227.
  • Giordano L, Allasia V, Cremades A, Hok S, Panabieres F, Bailly-Maître B, Keller H. (2022). A plant receptor domain with functional analogies to animal malectin disables ER stress responses upon infection. iScience 25, 103877. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.isci.2022.103877
  • Kuhn ML, Le Berre J, Kebdani-Minet N, Panabières F. (2022). Neofunctionalization of glycolytic enzymes: an evolutionary route to plant parasitism in the oomycete pathogen Phytophthora nicotianaeMicroorganisms 10, 281. https://doi.org/10.3390/microorganisms10020281.

2021

  • Fröschel C, Komorek J, Attard A, Marsell A, Lopez-Arboleda WA, Le Berre J, Wolf E, Geldner N, Waller F, Korte A, Dröge-Laser W. (2020). Plant roots employ cell-layer-specific programs to respond to pathogenic and beneficial microbes. Cell Host Microbe S1931-3128(20)30636-3.doi: 10.1016/j.chom.2020.11.014.
  • Gruner K, Leissing F, Sinitski D, Thieron H, Axstmann C, Baumgarten K, Reinstädler A, Winkler P, Altmann M, Flatley A, Jaouannet M, Zienkiewicz K, Feussner I, Keller H, Coustau C, Falter-Braun P, Feederle R, Bernhagen J, Panstruga R (2021). Chemokine-like MDL proteins modulate flowering time and innate immunity in plants. J Biol Chem 296, 100611.
  • Hannat S, Pontarotti P, Colson P, Kuhn ML, Galiana E, La Scola B, Aherfi S, Panabières F. (2021). Diverse Trajectories Drive the Expression of a Giant Virus in the Oomycete Plant Pathogen Phytophthora parasitica. Front Microbiol 12: 1396. 10.3389/fmicb.2021.662762.
  • Mei X, Wang Y, Li Z, Larousse M, Pere A, da Rocha M, Zhan F, He Y, Pu L, Panabières F, Zu Y. Root-associated microbiota drive phytoremediation strategies to lead of Sonchus Asper (L.) Hill as revealed by intercropping-induced modifications of the rhizosphere microbiome. Env Sci Poll Res Internat 10.1007/s11356-021-17353-1.
  • Tran Q, Galiana E, Thome P, Cohen C, Orange F, Peruani F, Noblin X. (2021). Cooperation of two opposite flagella allows high-speed swimming and active turning in zoospores. BioRxiv 10.1101/2021.04.23.441092.

2020

  • Fröschel C, Komorek J, Attard A, Marsell A, Lopez-Arboleda WA, Le Berre J, Wolf E, Geldner N, Waller F, Korte A, Dröge-Laser W. (2020). Plant roots employ cell-layer-specific programs to respond to pathogenic and beneficial microbes. Cell host Microbe S1931-3128(20)30636-3.doi: 10.1016/j.chom.2020.11.014.
  • Bassani I, Larousse M, Tran QD, Attard A, Galiana E. (2020). Phytophthora zoospores: From perception of environmental signals to inoculum formation on the host-root surface.Comput Struct Biotechnol J 18:3766-3773. doi: 10.1016/j.csbj.2020.10.045. eCollection 2020.
  • Bassani I, Rancurel C, Pagnotta S, Orange F, Pons N, Lebrigand K, Panabières F, Counillon L, Noblin X, Galiana E. (2020). Transcriptomic and ultrastructural signatures of K+-induced aggregation in Phytophthora parasitica zoospores. Microorganisms 8:1012. doi: 10.3390/microorganisms8071012.
  • Panabières F, Rancurel C, da Rocha M, Kuhn ML. (2020). Characterization of two satellite DNA families in the genome of the oomycete plant pathogen Phytophthora parasiticaFront Genet 11:557. doi: 10.3389/fgene.2020.00557. eCollection 2020.
  • Jaouannet M, Pavaux AS, Pagnotta S, Pierre O, Michelet C, Marro S, Keller H, Lemée R, Coustau C. (2020). Atypical Membrane-Anchored Cytokine MIF in a Marine Dinoflagellate. Microorganisms. 8(9):1263. doi: 10.3390/microorganisms8091263.
  • Castilleux R, Plancot B, Gügi B, Attard A, Loutelier-Bourhis C, Lefranc B, Nguema-Ona E, Arkoun M, Yvin JC, Driouich A, Vicré M. (2020). Extensin arabinosylation is involved in root response to elicitors and limits oomycete colonization. Ann Bot 125(5):751-763.doi: 10.1093/aob/mcz068.
  • Lebeaupin C, Blanc M, Vallée D, Keller H, Bailly-Maitre B (2020). BAX inhibitor-1: between stress and survival. FEBS J. 287, 1722-1736.

2019

  • Michelet C, Danchin EGJ, Jaouannet M, Bernhagen J, Panstruga R, Kogel KH, Keller H, Coustau C. (2019). Cross-Kingdom Analysis of Diversity, Evolutionary History, and Site Selection within the Eukaryotic Macrophage Migration Inhibitory Factor Superfamily. Genes 10:740. doi: 10.3390/genes10100740.
  • Testi, S., Kuhn, M-L., Allasia, V., Auroy, P., Kong, F., Peltier, G., Pagnotta, S., Cazareth, J. Keller, H., Panabières, F. (2019). An oomycete effector impairs autophagy in evolutionary distant organisms and favors host infection. BioRxiv 697136. DOI: 10.1101/697136.
  • Galiana, E., Cohen, C., Thomen, P. Etienne, C., and Noblin, X. (2019). Guidance of zoospores by potassium gradient sensing mediates aggregation. J. R. Soc. Interface 20190367. DOI: 10.1098/rsif.2019.0367.

2018

  • Allasia, V., Industri, B., Ponchet, M., Quentin, M., Favery, B., and Keller, H. (2018). Quantification of Salicylic Acid (SA) and SA-glucosides in Arabidopsis thaliana. BIO-PROTOCOL 8. DOI: 10.21769/BioProtoc.2844
  • Galiana, E., Cohen, C., Thomen, P., Mura, C., and Noblin, X. (2018). Guidance of zoospores by potassium gradient sensing mediates aggregation. BioRxiv 470864. DOI: 10.1101/470864

2017

  • Larousse, M., Rancurel, C., Syska, C., Palero, F., Etienne, C., Industri, B., Nesme, X., Bardin, M., and Galiana, E. (2017). Tomato root microbiota and Phytophthora parasitica-associated disease. Microbiome 5, 56. DOI: 10.1186/s40168-017-0273-7
  • Larousse M, Galiana E (2017) Microbial Partnerships of Pathogenic Oomycetes. PLoS Pathog 13(1): e1006028. doi:10.1371/journal.ppat.1006028
  • Le Berre, J.-Y., Gourgues, M., Samans, B., Keller, H., Panabières, F., and Attard, A. (2017). Transcriptome dynamic of Arabidopsis roots infected with Phytophthora parasitica identifies VQ29, a gene induced during the penetration and involved in the restriction of infection. PLOS ONE 12, e0190341.

2017

  • Larousse, M., Rancurel, C., Syska, C., Palero, F., Etienne, C., Industri, B., Nesme, X., Bardin, M., and Galiana, E. (2017). Tomato root microbiota and Phytophthora parasitica-associated disease. Microbiome 5, 56. DOI: 10.1186/s40168-017-0273-7
  • Larousse M, Galiana E (2017) Microbial Partnerships of Pathogenic Oomycetes. PLoS Pathog 13(1): e1006028. doi:10.1371/journal.ppat.1006028
  • Le Berre, J.-Y., Gourgues, M., Samans, B., Keller, H., Panabières, F., and Attard, A. (2017). Transcriptome dynamic of Arabidopsis roots infected with Phytophthora parasitica identifies VQ29, a gene induced during the penetration and involved in the restriction of infection. PLOS ONE 12, e0190341.

2016

  • Hanemian, M., Barlet, X., Sorin, C., Yadeta, K.A., Keller, H., Favery, B., Simon, R., Thomma, B.P.H.J., Hartmann, C., Crespi, M., et al. (2016). Arabidopsis CLAVATA1 and CLAVATA2 receptors contribute to Ralstonia solanacearum pathogenicity through a miR169-dependent pathway. TheNew Phytologist DOI: 10.1111/nph.13913
  • Panabières F, Ali GS, Allagui MB, Dalio RJD, Gudmestad NC, Kuhn ML, Guha Roy S, Schena L, Zampounis A (2016). Phytophthora nicotianae diseases worldwide: new knowledge of a long-recognized pathogen. Phytopathologia Mediterranea  55, 20-40.
  • Quentin M, Baurès I, Hoefle C, Caillaud MC, Allasia V, Panabières F, Abad P, Hückelhoven R, Keller H, Favery B (2016).  The Arabidopsis microtubule-associated protein MAP65-3 supports infection by filamentous biotrophic pathogens by down-regulating salicylic acid-dependent defenses.  Journal of Experimental Botany, 67(6):1731-43. PMID: 26798028
  • Keller H, Boyer L, Abad P (2016). Disease susceptibiliy in the zig-zag model of host-microbe Interactions: Only a consequence of immune suppression? Molecular Plant Pathology, PMID: 26788791

2015

  • Naessens, E., Dubreuil, G., Giordanengo, P., Baron, O.L., Minet-Kebdani, N., Keller, H., and Coustau, C. A Secreted MIF Cytokine Enables Aphid Feeding and Represses Plant Immune Responses. Current Biology. Published Online: June 25, 2015. DOI: 10.1016/j.cub.2015.05.047
  • Rodiuc, N., Barlet, X., Hok, S., Perfus-Barbeoch, L., Allasia, V., Engler, G., Séassau, A., Marteu, N., de Almeida-Engler, J., Panabières, F., et al. (2015). Evolutionarily distant pathogens require the Arabidopsis phytosulfokine signalling pathway to establish disease. Plant Cell Environ. DOI: 10.1111/pce.12627

2014

  • Attard, A., Evangelisti, E., Kebdani-Minet, N., Panabières, F., Deleury, E., Maggio, C., Ponchet, M., and Gourgues, M. (2014). Transcriptome dynamics of Arabidopsis thaliana root penetration by the oomycete pathogen Phytophthora parasitica. BMC Genomics 15, 538.
  • Hok, S., Allasia, V., Andrio, E., Naessens, E., Ribes, E., Panabières, F., Attard, A., Ris, N., Clément, M., Barlet, X., Marco, Y., Grill, E. Eichmann, R., Weis, C., Hückelhoven, R., Ammon, A., Ludwig-Müller, J., Voll, L. M., Keller, H. (2014). The Receptor Kinase IMPAIRED OOMYCETE SUSCEPTIBILITY 1 Attenuates Abscisic Acid Responses in Arabidopsis thaliana. Plant Physiology pp.114.248518. DOI : 10.1104/pp.114.248518
  • Kamoun, S., Furzer O, Jones JD, Judelson HS, Ali GS, Dalio RJ, Roy SG, Schena L, Zambounis A, Panabières F, Cahill D, Ruocco M, Figueiredo A, Chen XR, Hulvey J, Stam R, Lamour K, Gijzen M, Tyler BM, Grünwald NJ, Mukhtar MS, Tomé DF, Tör M, Van den Ackerveken G, McDowell J, Daayf F, Fry WE, Lindqvist-Kreuze H, Meijer HJ, Petre B, Ristaino J, Yoshida K, Birch PR, Govers F. (2014). The Top 10 oomycete pathogens in molecular plant pathology. Molecular Plant Pathology 16(4):413-34.
  • Larousse, M., Govetto, B., Séassau, A., Etienne, C., Industri, B., Theodorakopoulos, N., Deleury, E., Ponchet, M., Panabières, F., and Galiana, E. Characterization of PPMUCL1/2/3, Three Members of a New Oomycete-specific Mucin-like Protein Family Residing in Phytophthora parasitica Biofilm. Protist165: 275-92.

2013

  • Baron, O.L., van West, P., Industri, B., Ponchet, M., Dubreuil, G., Gourbal, B., Reichhart, J.-M., and Coustau, C. (2013). Parental Transfer of the Antimicrobial Protein LBP/BPI Protects Biomphalaria glabrata Eggs against Oomycete Infections. PLoS Pathogen 9, e1003792.
  • Evangelisti, E., Govetto, B., Minet-Kebdani, N., Kuhn, M.-L., Attard, A., Ponchet, M., Panabières, F., and Gourgues, M. (2013). The Phytophthora parasitica RXLR effector penetration-specific effector 1 favours Arabidopsis thaliana infection by interfering with auxin physiology. New Phytologist 199, 476–489.
  • Jaouannet M., Magliano M., Arguel M.J., Gourgues M., Evangelisti E., Abad P., Rosso M.N. (2013). The root-knot nematode calreticulin Mi-CRT is a key effector in plant defense suppression. Molecular Plant-Microbe Interactions 26: 97-105.
  • Koch A, Kumar N, Weber L, Keller H, Imani J, Kogel K-H (2013). Host-induced gene silencing of cytochrome P450 lanosterol C14α-demethylase-encoding genes confers strong resistance to Fusarium species.Proc Natl Acad Sci USA 110: 19324-9.
  • Kuhn, M.-L. et al.(2013) Methods for controlling Phytophthora in vegetable crops: inputs from microbial core collection in the plant breeding process. Innovations Agronomiques 27, 47–58.
  • Mosher S., Seybold H., Rodriguez P., Stahl M., Davies KA., Dayaratne S., Morillo S., Wierzba M., Favery B., Keller H., Tax F.E., Kemmerling B. (2013). The Tyrosine-sulfated peptide receptors PSKR1 and PSY1R modify Arabidopsis immunity to biotrophic and necrotrophic pathogens in an antagonistic manner. The Plant Journal 73: 469-482.

2012

  • Coustau, C., Baron, O., Reichhart, J-M., Ponchet, M. (2012). Brevet N° FR 1200492. Activité anti-oomycètes des lipopolysaccharides (LPS)-Binding proteins. International extension in progress.
  • Reitz M.U., Bissue J.K., Zocher K., Attard A., Hückelhoven R., Becker K., Imani J., Eichmann R., Schäfer P. (2012). The subcellular localization of Tubby-like proteins and participation in stress signaling and root colonization by the mutualist Piriformospora indicaPlant Physiology 160:349-364.
  • Rodiuc N, Marco Y, Favery B, Keller H (2012). Brevet N° WO/2012/017067. Plants resistant to pathogens and methods for production thereof.

Archive 2011-2007

2011-2007 publication list
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