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ABI KHATTAR Z, REJASSE A, DESTOUMIEUX-GARZON D, ESCOUBAS JM, SANCHIS V, LERECLUS D, GIVAUDAN A, KALLASSY M, NIELSEN-LEROUX C, GAUDRIAULT S. 2009. The dlt operon of Bacillus cereus is required for resistance to cationic antimicrobial peptides and for virulence in insects. J Bacteriol. 191:7063-7073.

BEZIER A, ANNAHEIM M, HERBINIERE J, WETTERWALD C, GYAPAY G, BERNARD-SAMAIN S, WINCKER P, RODITI I, HELLER M, BELGHAZI M, PFISTER-WILHEM R, PERIQUET G, DUPUY C, HUGUET E, VOLKOFF AN, LANZREIN B, DREZEN JM. 2009. Polydnaviruses of braconid wasps derive from an ancestral nudivirus. Science. 323:926-930.

CAMPOS-HERRERA R, TAILLIEZ P, PAGES S, GINIBRE N, GUTIERREZ C, BOEMARE NE. 2009. Characterization of Xenorhabdus isolates from La Rioja (Northern Spain) and virulence with and without their symbiotic entomopathogenic nematodes (Nematoda: Steinernematidae). J Invertebr Pathol. 102:173-181.

CHAPELLE M, GIRARD PA, COUSSERANS F, VOLKOFF NA, DUVIC B. 2009. Lysozymes and lysozyme-like proteins from the fall armyworm, Spodoptera frugiperda. Mol Immunol. 47:261-269.

CHAPUIS E, EMELIANOFF V, PAULMIER V, LE BRUN N, PAGES S, SICARD M, FERDY JB. 2009. Manifold aspects of specificity in a nematode-bacterium mutualism. J Evol Biol. 22:2104-2117.

COSTA SC, GIRARD PA, BREHELIN M, ZUMBIHL R. 2009. The emerging human pathogen Photorhabdus asymbiotica is a facultative intracellular bacterium and induces apoptosis of macrophage-like cells. Infect Immun. 77:1022-1030

CROW A, RACE PR, JUBELIN G, VARELA-CHAVEZ C, ESCOUBAS J-M, OSWALD E, BANFIELD MJ. 2009. Crystal structures of Cif from bacterial pathogens Photorhabdus luminescens and Burkholderia pseudomallei. PLoS One. 4(5):e5582

DESTOUMIEUX-GARZON D, BREHELIN M, BULET P, BOUBLIK Y, GIRARD PA, BAGHDIGUIAN S, ZUMBIHL R, ESCOUBAS JM. 2009.Spodoptera frugiperda X-tox protein, an immune related defensin rosary, has lost the function of ancestral defensins. PLoS One. 4(8):e6795.

GUALTIERI M, AUMELAS A, THALER J-O. 2009. Identification of a new antimicrobial lysine-rich cyclolipopeptide family from Xenorhabdus nematophila. J Antibiotics. 62:295-302

JAMOUSSI K, SELLAMI S, ABDELKEFI-MESRATI L, GIVAUDAN A, JAOUA S. 2009. Heterologous expression of the B. thuringiensis vegetative insecticidal protein Vip3LB by Photorhabdus temperata strain K122 and oral toxicity against the Lepidoptera Ephestia kuehniella and Spodoptera littoralis. Mol Biotechnol. 43:97-103.

JUBELIN G, VARELA-CHAVEZ C, TAIEB F, BANFIELD MJ, SAMBA-LOUAKA A, NOBE R, NOUGAYRÈDE JP, ZUMBIHL R, GIVAUDAN A, ESCOUBAS JM, OSWALD E. 2009. Cycle inhibiting factors (CIFs) are a growing family of functional cyclomodulins present in invertebrate and mammal bacterial pathogens. PLoS One. 4(3):e4855

RUSSO J, MADEC L, BREHELIN M. 2009. Haemocyte lysosomal fragility facing an environmental reality: a toxicological perspective with atrazine and Lymnaea stagnalis (Gastropoda, Pulmonata) as a test case. Ecotoxicol Environ Safety. 72:1719-1726.

SERBIELLE C, MOREAU S, VEILLARD F, VOLDOIRE E, BEZIER A, MANNUCCI MA, VOLKOFF AN, DREZEN JM, LALMANACH G, HUGUET E. 2009. Identification of parasite-responsive cysteine proteases in Manduca sexta. Biol Chem. 390:493-502.

VENDEVILLE A, RAVALLEC M, JOUSSET FX, DEVISE M, MUTUEL D, LOPEZ-FERBER M, FOURNIER P, DUPRESSOIR T, OGLIASTRO M. 2009. Densovirus infectious pathway requires clathrin-mediated endocytosis followed by trafficking to the nucleus. J Virol. 83:4678-4689. Epub 2009 Feb 18.