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AYMERIC JL, GIVAUDAN A, DUVIC B. 2010. Imd pathway is involved in the interaction of Drosophila melanogaster with the entomopathogenic bacteria, Xenorhabdus nematophila and Photorhabdus luminescens. Mol Immunol. 47:2342-2348. Epub 2010 Jun 2.

CHAVEZ CV, JUBELIN G, COURTIES G, GOMARD A, GINIBRE N, PAGES S, TAIEB F, GIRARD PA, OSWALD E, GIVAUDAN A, ZUMBIHL R, ESCOUBAS JM. 2010. The cyclomodulin Cif of Photorhabdus luminescens inhibits insect cell proliferation and triggers host cell death by apoptosis. Microbes Infect. 12:1208-1218. Epub 2010 Sep 24.

COSTA SC, CHAVEZ CV, JUBELIN G, GIVAUDAN A, ESCOUBAS JM, BREHELIN M, ZUMBIHL R. 2010. Recent insight into the pathogenicity mechanisms of the emergent pathogen Photorhabdus asymbiotica. Microbes Infect. 12:182-189. Epub 2009 Dec 23.

D'ALENCON E, SEZUTSU H, LEGEAI F, PERMAL E, BERNARD-SAMAIN S, GIMENEZ S, GAGNEUR C, COUSSERANS F, SHIMOMURA M, BRUN-BARALE A, FLUTRE T, COULOUX A, EAST P, GORDON K, MITA K, QUESNEVILLE H, FOURNIER P, FEYEREISEN R. 2010. Extensive synteny conservation of holocentric chromosomes in Lepidoptera despite high rates of local genome rearrangements. Proc Natl Acad Sci USA. 107:7680-7685. Epub 2010 Apr 13.

DUPERTHUY M, BINESSE J, LE ROUX F, ROMESTAND B, CARO A, GOT P, GIVAUDAN A, MAZEL D, BACHERE E, DESTOUMIEUX-GARZON D. 2010. The major outer membrane protein OmpU of Vibrio splendidus contributes to host antimicrobial peptide resistance and is required for virulence the oyster Crassostrea gigas. Environ Microbiol. 12:951-963. Epub 2010 Jan 13.

MUTUEL D, RAVALLEC M, CHABI B, MULTEAU C, SALMON JM, FOURNIER P, OGLIASTRO M. 2010. Pathogenesis of Junonia coenia densovirus in Spodoptera frugiperda: a route of infection that leads to hypoxia. Virol. 403:137-144. Epub 2010 May 10.

OGIER JC, CALTEAU A, FORST S, GOODRICH-BLAIR H, ROCHE D, ROUY Z, SUEN G, ZUMBIHL R, GIVAUDAN A, TAILLIEZ P, MEDIGUE C, GAUDRIAULT S. 2010. Units of plasticity in bacterial genomes: new insight from the comparative genomics of two bacteria interacting with invertebrates, Photorhabdus and Xenorhabdus. BMC Genomics. 11:568.

TAILLIEZ P, LAROUI C, GINIBRE N, PAULE A, PAGES S,  BOEMARE N. 2010. Phylogeny of Photorhabdus and Xenorhabdus based on universally conserved protein-coding sequences and implications for the taxonomy of these two genera. Proposal of new taxa: X. vietnamensis sp. nov., P. luminescens subsp. caribbeanensis subsp. nov., P. luminescens subsp. hainanensis subsp. nov., P. temperata subsp. khanii subsp. nov., P. temperata subsp. tasmaniensis subsp. nov., and the reclassification of P. luminescens subsp. thracensis as P. temperata subsp. thracensis. Int J Syst Evol Microbiol. 60:1921-1937. Epub 2009 Sep 25.

VOLKOFF AN, JOUAN V, URBACH S, SAMAIN S, BERGOIN M, WINCKER P, DEMETTRE E, COUSSERANS F, PROVOST B, COULIBALY F, LEGEAI F, BELIVEAU C, CUSSON M, GYAPAY G, DREZEN JM. 2010. Analysis of virion structural components reveals vestiges of the ancestral ichnovirus genome. PLoS Pathog. 6(5):e1000923.