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Publications (2013-2017)

2017

Genissel A, Confais J, Lebrun M-H, L Gout 2017. Association genetics in plant pathogens: minding the gap between the natural variation and the molecular function. Frontiers Plant Science.  doi: 10.3389/fpls.2017.01301.

Zhong Z, Marcel T, Hartmann FE, Ma X, Plissonneau C, Zala M, Ducasse A, Confais J, Compain J, Lapalu N, Amselem J, McDonald BA, Croll D, Palma-Guerrero J 2017. A small secreted protein in Zymoseptoria tritici is responsible for avirulence on wheat cultivars carrying the Stb6 resistance gene. New Phytologist. doi: 10.1111/nph.14434.

2016

Debieu M, Huard-Chauveau, C, Genissel A, Roux F and Roby D 2016. Quantitative disease resistance to the bacterial pathogen Xanthomonas campestris involves an Arabidopsis immune receptor pair and a gene of unknown function. Molecular Plant Pathology, 17: 510–520. doi: 10.1111/mpp.12298. [DOI]

Islam MT, Croll D, Gladieux P, Soanes DM, Persoons A, Bhattacharjee P, Hossain MS, Gupta DR, Rahman MM, Mahboob MG, Cook N, Salam MU, Surovy MZ, Sancho VB, Maciel JL, NhaniJúnior A, Castroagudín VL, Reges JT, Ceresini PC, Ravel S, Kellner R, Fournier E, Tharreau D, Klaubauf S, Zhou M, Lebrun M-H, de Vries RP, Battaglia E 2016. A novel L-arabinose-responsive regulator discovered in the rice-blast fungus Pyricularia oryzae (Magnaporthe oryzae). FEBS Lett. 590(4):550-8.

Lebrun MH, McDonald BA, Stitt T, Swan D, Talbot NJ, Saunders DG, Win J, Kamoun S 2016. Emergence of wheat blast in Bangladesh was caused by a South American lineage of Magnaporthe oryzae. BMC Biol. 14(1):84.

Vincent D, Plummer KM, Solomon PS, Lebrun M-H, Job D, Rafiqi M 2016. Editorial: How Can Secretomics Help Unravel the Secrets of Plant-Microbe Interactions? Front Plant Sci. 7:1777.

Zhang N, Luo J, Rossman AY, Aoki T, Chuma I, Crous PW, Dean R, de Vries RP, Donofrio N, Hyde KD, Lebrun M-H, Talbot NJ, Tharreau D, Tosa Y, Valent B, Wang Z, Xu JR. 2016. Generic names in Magnaporthales. IMA Fungus. 7(1):155-9.

2015

Amselem J, Lebrun M-H, Quesneville H. 2015. Whole genome comparative analysis of transposable elements provides new insight into mechanisms of their inactivation in fungal genomes. BMC Genomics. 16:141.

Chiapello H, Mallet L, Guérin C, Aguileta G, Amselem J, Kroj T, Ortega-Abboud E, Lebrun M-H, Henrissat B, Gendrault A, Rodolphe F, Tharreau D, Fournier E. 2015. Deciphering genome content and evolutionary relationships of isolates from the fungus Magnaporthe oryzae attacking different host plants. Genome Biol Evol. 7(10):2896-912.

Crous PW, Carris LM, Giraldo A, Groenewald JZ, Hawksworth DL,Hernández-Restrepo M, Jaklitsch WM, Lebrun M-H, Schumacher RK, Stielow JB, van der Linde EJ, Vilcāne J, Voglmayr H, Wood AR. 2015. The Genera of Fungi -fixing the application of the type species of generic names - G 2: Allantophomopsis, Latorua, Macrodiplodiopsis, Macrohilum, Milospium, Protostegia, Pyricularia, Robillarda, Rotula, Septoriella, Torula, and Wojnowicia. IMA Fungus. 6(1):163-98.

Marchegiani E, Sidhu Y, Haynes K, Lebrun M-H 2015. Conditional gene expression and promoter replacement in Zymoseptoria tritici using fungal nitrate reductase promoters. Fungal Genet Biol. 79:174-179.

Saint-Macary M-E, Barbisan C, Gagey G, Frelin O, Beffa B, Lebrun M-H and Droux M. 2015. Methionine synthase plays a central role in pathogenicity and development in the rice blast fungus Magnaporthe grisea. PLOS one. 10(4):e0111108.

Song Z, Bakeer W, Marshall J, Ahmed A, Yakasai A, Mohd Khalid R, Collemare J, Skellam E, Tharreau D, Lebrun M-H, Lazarus CM, Bailey A, Simpson TJ and Cox RJ 2015. Heterologous expression of the avirulence gene ACE1 from the fungal rice pathogen Magnaporthe oryzae. Chem. Sci., 6:4837-4845.

Walker, AS, Gladieux P, Decognet V, Fermaud M, Confais J, Roudet J, Bardin M, Bout A, Nicot P, Poncet C, Fournier E 2015. Population structure and temporal maintenance of the multihost fungal pathogen Botrytis cinerea: causes and implications for disease management. Environmental microbiology, DOI : 10.1111/1462-2920.12563 http://prodinra.inra.fr/record/267025. [DOI]
 
2014

Gautier, A, Marcel T, Confais J, Crane C, Kema G, Suffert F and Walker AS 2014. Development of a rapid multiplex SSR genotyping method to study populations of the fungal plant pathogen Zymoseptoria tritici. BMC Research Notes 2014 7:373. doi:10.1186/1756-0500-7-373. [DOI]

Klaubauf S, Tharreau D, Fournier E, Groenewald JZ, Crous PW, de Vries RP, Lebrun M-H 2014. Resolving the polyphyletic nature of Pyricularia (Pyriculariaceae). Stud Mycol. 79:85-120.

Perez-Nadales E, Almeida Nogueira MF, Baldin C, Castanheira S, El Ghalid M, Grund E, Lengeler K, Marchegiani E, Mehrotra PV, Moretti M, Naik V, Oses-Ruiz M, Oskarsson T, Schäfer K, Wasserstrom L, Brakhage AA, Gow NA, Kahmann R, Lebrun M-H, Perez-Martin J, Di Pietro A, Talbot NJ, Toquin V, Walther A, Wendland J. 2014. Fungal model systems and the elucidation of pathogenicity determinants. Fungal Genet Biol. 70:42-67.

Vayssier-Taussat M, Albina E, Citti C, Cosson JF, Jacques MA, Lebrun M-H, Le Loir Y, Ogliastro M, Petit MA, Roumagnac P, Candresse T. 2014. Shifting the paradigm from pathogens to pathobiome: new concepts in the light of meta-omics. Front Cell Infect Microbiol. 5;4:29.

2013

Battaglia E, Klaubauf S, Vallet J, Ribot C, Lebrun M-H, de Vries RP. 2013. Xlr1 is involved in the transcriptional control of the pentose catabolic pathway, but not hemi-cellulolytic enzymes in Magnaporthe oryzae. Fungal Genet Biol. 57:76-84.

Guy* E, Genissel* A, Hajri A, Chabannes M, David P, Carrere S, Lautier M, Roux B, Boureau T, Arlat M, Poussier S, Noël LD. 2013. Natural genetic variation of Xanthomonas campestris pv. campestris pathogenicity on Arabidopsis revealed by association and reverse genetics. mBio 4(3):e00538-12. *co-first authors [DOI]

Klaubauf S, Ribot C, Melayah D, Lagorce A, Lebrun M-H, de Vries RP. 2013. The pentose catabolic pathway of the rice-blast fungus Magnaporthe oryzae involves a novel pentose reductase restricted to few fungal species. FEBS Letters. 587(9):1346-52.

Ribot C, Césari S, Abidi I, Chalvon V, Bournaud C, Vallet J, Lebrun M-H, Morel JB, Kroj T. 2013. The Magnaporthe oryzae effector AVR1-CO39 is translocated into rice cells independently of a fungal-derived machinery. Plant J. 74(1):1-12.