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UMR DGIMI Diversité, génomes interactions microorganismes-insectes


Revues internationales

Année 2004

AKHURST RJ, BOEMARE NE, JANSSEN PH, PEEL MM, ALFREDSON DA, BEARD CE. 2004. Taxonomy of Australian clinical isolates of the genus Photorhabdus and proposal of subspecies Photorhabdus asymbiotica subsp. asymbiotica subsp. nov. and Photorhabdus asymbiotica subsp. australis subsp. nov. Int J Syst Evol Microbiol. 54:1301-1310.

BRUGIRARD-RICAUD K, GIVAUDAN A, PARKHILL J, BOEMARE N, KUNST F, ZUMBIHL R, DUCHAUD E. 2004. Variation in the effectors of the type III secretion system among Photorhabdus species as revealed by genomic analysis. J Bacteriol. 186:4376-4381.

DERZELLE S, NGO S, TURLIN E, DUCHAUD E, NAMANE A, KUNST F, DANCHIN A, BERTIN P, CHARLES JF. 2004. AstR-AstS, a new twocomponent signal transduction system, mediates swarming, adaptation to stationary phase and phenotypic variation in Photorhabdus luminescens. Microbiol. 150:897-910.

DERZELLE S, TURLIN E, DUCHAUD E, PAGES S, KUNST F, GIVAUDAN A, DANCHIN A. 2004. The PhoP-PhoQ two-component regulatory system of Photorhabdus luminescens is essential for virulence in insects. J Bacteriol. 186:1270-1279.

GAUDRIAULT S, THALER J-O, DUCHAUD E, KUNST F, BOEMARE N, GIVAUDAN A. 2004. Identification of a P2-related prophage remnant locus of Photorhabdus luminescens encoding an R-type phage tail-like particle. FEMS Microbiol Lett. 233:223-231.

MESLET-CLADIERE LM, PIMENTA A, DUCHAUD E, HOLLAND IB, BLIGHT MA. 2004.In vivo expression of the mannose-resistant fimbriae of Photorhabdus temperata K122 during insect infection. J Bacteriol. 186:611-622.

SICARD M, BRUGIRARD-RICAUD K, PAGES S, LANOIS A, BOEMARE NE, BREHELIN M, GIVAUDAN A. 2004. Stages of infection during the tripartite interaction between Xenorhabdus nematophila, its nematode vector, and insect hosts. Appl Environ Microbiol. 70:6473-6480.

SICARD M, FERDY JB, PAGES S, LE BRUN N, GODELLE B, BOEMARE N, MOULIA C. 2004. When mutualists are pathogens: an experimental study of the symbioses between Steinernema (entomopathogenic nematodes) and Xenorhabdus (bacteria). J Evol Biol. 17:985-993.