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CHAPUIS E, PAGES S, EMELIANOFF V, GIVAUDAN A, FERDY J-B. 2011. Virulence and Pathogen Multiplication: A Serial Passage Experiment in the Hypervirulent Bacterial Insect-Pathogen Xenorhabdus nematophila. PLoS One. 6(1):e15872.

CHASTON JM, SUEN G, TUCKER SL, ANDERSEN AW, BHASIN A, BODE E, BODE HB, BRACHMANN AO, COWLES CE, COWLES KN, DARBY C, de LEON L, DRACE K, DU Z, GIVAUDAN A, TRAN EEH, JEWELL KA, KNACK JJ, KRASOMIL-OSTERFELD KC, KUKOR R, LANOIS A, LATREILLE P, LEIMGRUBER NK, LIPKE CM, LIU R, LU X, MARTENS EC, MARRI PR, MEDIGUE C, MENARD ML, MILLER NM, MORALES-SOTO N, NORTON S,  OGIER J-C, ORCHARD SS, PARK D, PARK Y, QUROLLO BA, SUGAR DR, RICHARDS GR, ROUY Z, SLOMINSKI B, SLOMINSKI K, SNYDER H, TJADEN BC, van der HOEVEN R, WELCH RD, WHEELER C, XIANG B, BARBAZUK B, GAUDRIAULT S, GOODNER B, SLATER SC, FORST S, GOLDMAN BS, GOODRICH-BLAIR H. 2011. The entomopathogenic bacterial endosymbionts Xenorhabdus and Photorhabdus: Convergent lifestyles from divergent genomes. Plos One. 6(11):e27909.

CLAVIJO G, DOREMUS T, RAVALLEC M, MANNUCCI M-A, JOUAN V, VOLKOFF A-N, DARBOUX I. 2011. Multigenic families in Ichnovirus: a tissue and host specificity study through expression analysis of vankyrins from Hyposoter didymator Ichnovirus. Plos One. 6(11): e27522.

D'ALENCON E, NEGRE N, STANOJCIC S, ALASSOEUR B, GIMENEZ S, LEGER A, ABD-ALLA A, JULIANT S, FOURNIER P. 2011. Characterization of a CENP-B homolog in the holocentric Lepidoptera Spodoptera frugiperda. Gene. 485:91-101. Epub 2011 Jun 25.

HAVARD S, DOURY G, RAVALLEC M, BREHELIN M, PREVOST G, ESLIN P. 2011. Structural and functional characterization of pseudopodocyte, a shaggy immune cell produced by two Drosophila species of the obscura group. Dev Comp Immunol. Epub 2011 May 31.

JUBELIN G, PAGES S, LANOIS A, BOYER MH, GAUDRIAULT S, FERDY JB, GIVAUDAN A. 2011. Studies of the dynamic expression of the Xenorhabdus FliAZ regulon reveal atypical iron-dependent regulation of the flagellin and haemolysin genes during insect infection. Environ Microbiol. 13:1271-1284. Epub 2011 Feb 17.

LANOIS A, PAGES S, BOUROT S, CANOY AS, GIVAUDAN A, GAUDRIAULT S. 2011. Transcriptional analysis of a Photorhabdus sp. variant reveals transcriptional control of phenotypic variation and multifactorial pathogenicity in insects. Appl Environ Microbiol. 77:1009-1020. Epub 2010 Dec 3.

NOUJEIM E, KHATER C, PAGES S, OGIER JC, TAILLIEZ P, HAMZE M, THALER O. 2011. The first record of entomopathogenic nematodes (Rhabiditiae: Steinernematidae and Heterorhabditidae) in natural ecosystems in Lebanon: A biogeographic approach in the Mediterranean region. J Invertebr Pathol. 107:82-85. Epub 2011 Jan 15.

PROVOST B, JOUAN V, HILLIOU F, DELOBEL P, BERNARDO P, RAVALLEC M, COUSSERANS F, WAJNBERG E, DARBOUX I, FOURNIER P, STRAND MR, VOLKOFF AN. 2011. Lepidopteran transcriptome analysis following infection by phylogenetically unrelated polydnaviruses highlights differential and common responses. Insect Biochem Mol Biol. 41:582-591. Epub 2011 Mar 30.

STANOJCIC S, GIMENEZ S, PERMAL E, COUSSERANS F, QUESNEVILLE H, FOURNIER P, D'ALENCON E. 2011. Correlation of LNCR rasiRNAs expression with heterochromatin formation during development of the holocentric insect Spodoptera frugiperda. Plos One. 6:e24746.

TERENIUS O, PAPANICOLAOU A, GARBUTT JS, ELEFTHERIANOS I, HUVENNE H, KANGINAKUDRU S, ALBRECHTSEN M, AN C, AYMERIC JL, BARTHEL A, BEBAS P, BITRA K, BRAVO A, CHEVALIER F, COLLINGE DP, CRAVA CM, de MAAGD RA, DUVIC B, ERLANDSON M, FAYE I, FELFOLDI G, FUJIWARA H, FUTAHASHI R, GANDHE AS, GATEHOUSE HS, GATEHOUSE LN, GIEBULTOWICZ JM, GOMEZ I, GRIMMELIKHUIJZEN CJ, GROOT AT, HAUSER F, HECKEL DG, HEGEDUS DD, HRYCAJ S, HUANG L, HULL JJ, LATROU K, IGA M, KANOT MR, KOTWICA J, LI C, LI J, LIU J, LUNDMARK M, MATSUMOTO S, MEYERRING-VOS M, MILLICHAP PJ, MONTEIRO A, MRINAL N, NIIMI T, NOWARA D, OHNISHI A, OOSTRA V, OZAKI K, PAPAKONSTANTINOU M, POPADIC A, RAJAM MV, SAENKO S, SIMPSON RM, SOBERON M, STRAND MR, TOMITA S, TOPRAK U, WANG P, WEE CW, WHYARD S, ZHANG W, NAGERAJU J, FFRENCH-CONSTANT RH, HERRERO S, GORDON K, SWEVERS L, SMAGGHE G. 2011. RNA interference in Lepidoptera: an overview of successful and unsuccessful studies and implications for experimental design. J Insect Physiol. 57:231-245. Epub 2010 Nov 20. Review.