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Publications

  • PVY

Boulard, F., Faurez, F., Tribodet, M., Jacquot, E. & Glais, L. (2014) Reliability of Potato virus Y (PVY) detection in potato tubers sampled at different physiological stages. 19th triennial conference , EAPR 2014, Brussels.

Boulard, F., Janzac, B., Jacquot, E., & Glais, L. (2015) Characterization of Brazilian tobacco Potato Virus Y (PVY) isolates: identification of a new group in the PVY species. 15ièmes rencontres de virologie végétale, Aussois (France), 18-22 janvier 2015 (abstract, poster)

Boulard, F., Tribodet, M., Faurez, F., Jacquot, E. & Glais, L. (2015) First step in the identification of the viral elicitor(s) of Ny-mediated hypersensitive resistance against Potato virus Y in potato. 15ièmes rencontres de virologie végétale, Aussois (France), 18-22 janvier 2015.

Glais, L. & Jacquot, E. (2015) Detection and characterization of viral species/subspecies using isothermal Recombinase Polymerase Amplification (RPA) assays. In: C. Lacomme (Ed.), Methods in Molecular biology, Plant Pathology Techniques and Protocols: Humana Press.

Glais L., Faurez F., Tribodet M., Boulard F. & Jacquot E. (2015). The amino acid 419 in HC-Pro is involved in the ability of PVY isolate N605 to induce necrotic symptoms on potato tubers. Virus Research, 208: 110-119. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.virusres.2015.05.024

Gutiérrez-Aguirre I., Hodnik V., Glais L., Rupar M., Jacquot E., Anderluh G. & Ravnikar M. (2014). Surface plasmon resonance for monitoring the interaction of Potato virus Y with monoclonal antibodies. Analytical Biochemistry, 447: 74-81. pdf

Guillet M., Echasserieau V., Hadnik V., Gutierrez-Aguirre I., Tribodet M., Dupont D., Ravnikar M., Tranquet O., Jacquot E., & Glais L. (2013). Characterization of the serological diversity of Potato virus Y (PVY): impact on the diagnosis. 14èmes rencontres de virologie végétale, Aussois (France), 13-17 janvier 2013 (poster)

Janzac, B., Willemsen, A., Cuevas, J.M., Glais, L., Tribodet, M., Verrier, J.L., Elena, S.F. & Jacquot E. (2015). Brazilian Potato virus Y isolates identified as members of a new clade facilitate the reconstruction of evolutionary traits. Plant Pathology online DOI: 10.1111/ppa.12318

Michel V., Glais L., Julio E., Dorlhac de Borne F., Jacquot E., German-Retana S., Decroocq V. & Candresse T. (2015). "va & co": genetic and functional analysis of Potato virus Y resistance in tobacco. In: 15eme Rencontres de Virologie Végétale, (Aussois, France)

Michel V., Glais L., Julio E., Dorlhac de Borne F., Jacquot E., Decroocq V., German-Retana S. and Candresse T. (2015). Genetic and functional analysis of resistance to Potato virus Y in tobacco. In 12ème Conférence internationale sur les Solanacées (Bordeaux, France).

Rupar M., Faurez F., Tribodet M., Gutierrez-Aguirre I., Delaunay A., Glais L., Kriznik M., Dobnik D., Gruden K., Jacquot E. & Ravnikar, M. (2015). Fluorescently Tagged Potato virus Y: A Versatile Tool for Functional Analysis of Plant-Virus Interactions. Molecular Plant-Microbe Interactions, 28(7), 739-750. http://dx.doi.org/10.1094/mpmi-07-14-0218-ta

  • Pectinolytic bacteria

van der Wolf, J., Nijhuis, E.H., Kowaleswska, M.J., Saddler, G.S., Parkinson, N., Elphinstone, J.G., Pritchard, L., Toth, I.K., Lojkowska, E., Potrykus, M., Waleron, M., de Vos, P., Cleenwerck, I., Pirhonen, M., Garlant, L., Hélias, V., Pothier, J.F., Pflüger, V., Duffy, B., Tsror, L. & Manulis, S. (2014). Dickeya solani sp. nov. a pectinolytic plant-pathogenic bacterium isolated from potato (Solanum tuberosum). International Journal of Systematic and Evolutionary Microbiology, 64, 768-774.

Hélias V. et al. 2015. Euphresco III meeting, November 22-24, Gdansk, Poland

Hélias, V., Laurent, A., Gauthier, J.P., Le Hingrat, Y. & Andrivon, D. (2014). Screening Dickeya pathogenicity to potato shows inter- and intraspecific diversity. Potato Research 57, 175.

Hélias, V., Laurent, A., Morel, B., Gauthier, J.P., Le Hingrat, Y. & Andrivon, D. (2014) Characterization of the potato blackleg bacterial species complex in France. 19th triennial conference , EAPR 2014, Brussels.

Laurent, A., Morel, B., Andrivon, D., Le Hingrat, Y. & Hélias, V. (2014). Developping a "friendly diagnostic method to identify Dickeya species. 19th triennial conference , EAPR 2014, Brussels.

Raoul des Essarts Y, Mondy S, Hélias V, Faure D. 2015. Genome sequence of the potato plant pathogen Dickeya dianthicola strain RNS04.9. Genome Announc 3(3):e00581-15. doi:10.1128/genomeA.00581-15

  • Nematodes

Le Roux, A.C., Huchet, E., Gamel, S., Antoine, G. & Le Hingrat Y. (2014) Assessment of PCR-tools for the specific identification of the temperate Meloidogyne species, M. chitwoodi and M. fallax. 19th triennial conference , EAPR 2014, Brussels.

  • Breeding and genetic resources

Kerlan M.C., Marhadour S., Esnault F., Hélias V., Souchet C., Quêtu-Laurent A., Dantec J.P., Pellé R., Andrivon D., Chauvin J.E., Le Hingrat Y. (2015) InnoPlant, a combined research program between Inra and French seed potato industry: promoting potato breeding for sustainable resistance to pathogens. Poster section Breeding EAPR Vico Equense, 16-18 november (poster)

Marhadour S., Méar A., Pellé R., Abiven J.M., Aurousseau F., Meytraud F., Le Hingrat Y., Chauvin J.E. (2014) Phenotypic and molecular characterization of 3 breeders' collections for late blight resistance, 19th triennial conference, EAPR 2014, Brussels (Poster)

Marhadour S., Méar A., Esnault F., Abiven J.M., Aurousseau F., Dubreuil H., Chauvin J.E., Le Hingrat Y., Kerlan M.C. (2017) Use of joint molecular tools by public and private partners for an efficient use of potato prebreeding material, Crop diversification in a changing world - Mobilizing the green gold of plant genetic resources Eucarpia Genetic Resources conference, Montpellier, France. (poster)

  • Other subjects

General presentation of InnoPlant prepared for the scientific evaluation of Igepp research unit (Poster)