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ABD-ALLA A, BOSSIN H, COUSSERANS F, PARKER A, BERGOIN M, ROBINSON A. 2007. Development of a non-destructive PCR method for detection of the salivary gland hypertrophy virus (SGHV) in tsetse flies. J Virol Meth. 139:143-149.

BOSSIN H, FURLONG RB, GILLETT JL, BERGOIN M, SHIRK PD. 2007. Somatic transformation efficiencies and expression patterns using the JcDNV and piggyBac transposon gene vectors in insects. Insect Mol Biol. 16:37-47.

CHALABAEV S, TURLIN E, CHARLES J-F, NAMANE A, PAGES S, GIVAUDAN A, BRITO-FRAVALLO E, DANCHIN A, BIVILLE F. 2007. The HcaR regulatory protein of Photorhabdus luminescens affects the production of proteins involved in oxidative stress and toxemia. Proteomics. 7:4499-4510.

DARBOUX I, CHARLES JF, PAUCHET Y, WAROT S, PAURON D. 2007. Transposon-mediated resistance to Bacillus sphaericus in a field-evolved population of Culex pipiens (Diptera: Culicidae). Cell Microbiol. 9:2022-2029.

FALABELLA P, VARRICCHIO P, PROVOST B, ESPAGNE E, FERRARESE R, GRIMALDI A, de EGUILEOR M, FIMIANI G, URSINI MV, MALVA C, DREZEN J-M, PENNACCHIO F. 2007. Characterization of the IκB-like gene family in polydnaviruses associated with wasps belonging to different Braconid subfamilies. J Gen Virol. 88:92-104.

GAUTHIER L, TENTCHEVA D, TOURNAIRE M, DAINAT B, COUSSERANS F, COLIN ME, BERGOIN M. 2007. Viral load estimation in asymptomatic honey bee colonies using the quantitative RT-PCR technique. Apidol. 38:426-435.

GONZALEZ M, GUEGUEN Y, DESTOUMIEUX-GARZÓN D, ROMESTAND R, FIEVET J, PUGNIERE M, ROQUET F, ESCOUBAS J-M, VANDENBULCKE F, LEVY O, SAUNE L, BULET P, BACHERE E. 2007. Evidence of a bactericidal permeability increasing protein in an invertebrate, the Crassostrea gigas Cg-BPI. Proc Natl Acad Sci USA. 104:17759-17764.

GOSSELIN-GRENET AS, MARQ JB, ABRAMI L, GARCIN D, ROUX L. 2007. Sendai virus budding in the course of an infection does not require Alix and VPS4A host factors. Virol. 365:101-112.

JENNY MJ, CHAPMAN RW, MANCIA A, CHEN YA, McKILLEN DJ, TRENT H, LANG P, ESCOUBAS JM, BACHERE E, BOULO V, LIU ZJ, GROSS PS, CUNNINGHAM C, CUPIT PM, TANGUY A, GUO X, MORAGA D, BOUTET I, HUVET A, DE GUISE S, ALMEIDA JS, WARR GW. 2007. A cDNA Microarray for Crassostrea virginica and C. gigas.Marin Biotechnol. 9:577-591.

LATREILLE P, NORTON S, GOLDMAN BS, HENKHAUS J, MILLER N, BARBAZUK B, BODE HB, DARBY C, DU Z, FORST S, GAUDRIAULT S, GOODNER B, GOODRICH-BLAIR H, SLATER S. 2007. Optical mapping as a routine tool in bacterial genome sequencing. BMC Genomics. 8:321.

MONTAGNANI C, AVARRE JC, DE LORGERIL J, QUIQUAND M, BOULO V, ESCOUBAS J-M. 2007. First evidence of the activation of Cg-timp, an immune response component of pacific oysters, through a damage-associated molecular pattern pathway. Dev Comp Immunol. 31:1-11.

SICARD M, HERING S, SCHULTE R, GAUDRIAULT S, SCHULENBURG H. 2007. The effect of Photorhabdus luminescens (Enterobacteriaceae) on the survival, development, reproduction and behaviour of Caenorhabditis elegans (Nematoda: Rhabditidae). Environ Microbiol. 9:12-25.

MICHEL C, PELLETIER C, BOUSSAHA M, DOUET DG, LAUTRAITE A, TAILLIEZ P. 2007. Diversity of lactic acid bacteria associated with fish and the fish farm environment, established by amplified rRNA gene restriction analysis. Appl Environ Microbiol. 73:2947-2955.

VIGNEUX F, ZUMBIHL R, JUBELIN G, RIBEIRO C, PONCET J, BAGHDIGUIAN S, GIVAUDAN A, BREHELIN M. 2007. The xaxAB genes encoding a new apoptotic toxin from the insect pathogen Xenorhabdus nematophila are present in plant and human pathogens. J Biol Chem. 282:9571-9580.