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Laboratory of Plant-Microbe Interactions - LIPM

Laboratory of Plant-Microbe Interactions

Publications

Publications (5 last years)

  • Hanemian, M., Barlet, X., Sorin, C.,  Yadeta, K., Keller, H., Favery, B., Simon, R., Thomma, B., Hartmann, C., Crespi, M., Marco, Y., Tremousaygue, D., and Deslandes, L. (2016). Arabidopsis CLAVATA1 and CLAVATA2 receptors contribute to Ralstonia solanacearum pathogenicity through a miR169-dependent pathway. New Phytologist. In press
  • Delga, A., Le Roux, C., and Deslandes, L. (2015). Plant immune receptor decoy: Pathogens in their own trap. Oncotarget 6, 15748-15749.
  • Le Roux, C., Huet, G., Jauneau, A., Camborde, L., Trémousaygue, D., Kraut, A., Zhou, B., Levaillant, M., Hiroaki, A., Raffaele, S., Berthomé, R., Couté, Y., Parker, J.E., and Deslandes, L. (2015). A receptor pair with an integrated decoy converts pathogen disabling of transcription factors to Immunity. Cell (DOI 10.1016/j.cell.2015.04.025).
  • Deslandes, L., and Genin, S. (2014). Opening the Ralstonia solanacearum type III effector tool box: insights into host cell subversion mechanisms. Curr Opin Plant Biol 20C, 110-117.
  • Hanemian, M., Zhou, B., Deslandes, L., Marco, Y., and Trémousaygue, D. (2013). Hrp mutant bacteria as biocontrol agents: toward a sustainable approach in the fight against plant pathogenic bacteria. Plant Signal Behav 8, doi: 10.4161/psb.25678.
  • Zhang, B Tremousaygue D, Denancé N, van Esse P, Hörger A, Dabos P, Goffner D, Thomma B, van der Hoorn R, Tuominen H (2014) PIRIN2 stabilizes cysteine protease XCP2 and increases susceptibility to the vascular pathogen Ralstonia solanacearum in Arabidopsis. Plant J (in press)
  • Deslandes L, Genin S (2014) Opening the Ralstonia solanacearum type III effector tool box: insights into host cell subversion mechanisms. Curr Opin Plant Biol 20C: 110-117
  • Hanemian M, Zhou B, Deslandes L, Marco Y, Trémousaygue D (2013) Hrp mutant bacteria as biocontrol agents: toward a sustainable approach in the fight against plant pathogenic bacteria. Plant Signal Behav 8(10): doi: 10.4161/psb.25678
  • Rivas S, Deslandes L (2013) Nuclear components and dynamics during plant innate immunity. Front Plant Sci 4: 481
  • Kundu N, Dozier U, Deslandes L, Somssich IE, Ullah H (2013) Arabidopsis scaffold protein RACK1A interacts with diverse environmental stress and photosynthesis related proteins. Plant Signal Behav 8(5): e24012
  • Feng DX, Tasset C, Hanemian M, Barlet X, Hu J, Trémousaygue D, Deslandes L, Marco Y (2012) Biological control of bacterial wilt in Arabidopsis thaliana involves abscissic acid signalling. New Phytol 194(4): 1035-1045
  • Solé M, Popa C, Mith O, Sohn KH, Jones JD, Deslandes L, Valls M ( 2012) The awr gene family encodes a novel class of Ralstonia solanacearum type III effectors displaying virulence and avirulence activities. Mol Plant Microbe Interact 25: 941-953
  • Digonnet C, Martinez Y, Denancé N, Chasseray M, Dabos P, Ranocha P, Marco Y, Jauneau A, Goffner D. (2012) Deciphering the route of Ralstonia solanacearum colonization in Arabidopsis thaliana roots during a compatible interaction: focus at the plant cell wall. Planta 236(5):1419-31
  • Deslandes L and Rivas S (2012) Catch me if you can: bacterial effectors and plant targets. TRENDS Plant Sci.
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  • Deslandes, L. and Rivas, S. (2011) The plant cell nucleus: a true arena for the fight between plants and pathogens. Plant Signal. Behav. 6, 42-48.
    PubMed
  • Heidrich, K., Wirthmueller, L., Tasset, C., Pouzet, C., Deslandes, L., Parker, J.E. (2011) Arabidopsis EDS1 connects pathogen effector recognition to cell compartment-specific immune responses. Science. 334(6061):1401-4.
    PubMed
  • Tasset, C., Bernoux, M., Jauneau, A., Pouzet, C., Briere, C., Kieffer-Jacquinod, S., Rivas, S., Marco, Y., Deslandes, L. (2010) Autoacetylation of the Ralstonia solanacearum Effector PopP2 Targets a Lysine Residue Essential for RRS1-R-Mediated Immunity in Arabidopsis. PLoS Pathog 6 e1001202. 
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  • Deslandes, L. and Rivas, S. (2010) The plant cell nucleus: a true arena  and pathogens for the fight between plants and pathogens. Plant Signaling and Behavior 6 vol1 42-48  
  • Caillaud, M.C., Paganelli, L., Lecomte, P., Deslandes, L., Quentin, M., Pecrix, Y., Le Bris, M., Marfaing, N., Abad, P., and Favery, B. (2009). Spindle Assembly Checkpoint Protein Dynamics Reveal Conserved and Unsuspected Roles in Plant Cell Division. Plos one. e6757 
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  • Birker, D., Takahara, H., Heidrich, K., Narusaka, M., Deslandes, L., Reymond, M., Parker, J. E., and O’Connell, R. (2009). A locus conferring recessive resistance to Colletotrichum higginsianum is shared by four geographically distinct Arabidopsis accessions. The Plant Journal  60 602-613 
    PubMed
  • Hu, J., Barlet, X., Deslandes, L., Hirsch, J., Feng, D. X., Somssich, I. and Marco, Y. (2008) Transcriptional responses of Arabidopsis thaliana during wilt disease caused by the soil-borne phytopathogenic bacterium, Ralstonia solanacearum.PlosONE 3(7): e2589 
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  • Mukhtar, M. S., Deslandes, L., Auriac, M-C., Marco, Y., Somssich, I.E. (2008) The Arabidopsis transcription factor WRKY27 influences wilt disease symptom development caused by Ralstonia solanacearum.Plant J. 56 (6): 935-47. 
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  • Bernoux, M., Timmers, T., Jauneau, A., Brière, C., De Wit P. J. G. M., Marco, Y. and Deslandes, L. (2008). RD19, an Arabidopsis Cysteine Protease Required for RRS1-R–Mediated Resistance, Is Relocalized to the Nucleus by the Ralstonia solanacearum PopP2 Effector.The Plant Cell 20:2252-64.  
  • Combier, J-P., De Billy, F., Gamas, P., Niebel, A. and Rivas, S. (2008) Trans-regulation of the expression of the transcription factor MtHAP2-1 by a uORF controls root nodule development.Genes and Dev. 22(11): 1549-1559.  
  • Hernández-Blanco*, C., Feng*, D. X., Hu, J., Sánchez-Vallet, A., Deslandes, L., Llorente, F., Berrocal-Lobo, M., Keller, H., Barlet, X., Sánchez-Rodríguez, C., Anderson, L.K., Somerville, S., Marco*, Y., and Molina*, A. (2007) Impairment of Cellulose Synthases Required for Arabidopsis Secondary Cell Wall Formation Enhances Disease Resistance. The Plant Cell, 19(3): 890-903.(*equal contribution) 
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 Other selected publications

  • Bernoux, M., Timmers, T., Jauneau, A., Brière, C., De Wit P. J. G. M., Marco, Y. and Deslandes, L. (2008). RD19, an Arabidopsis Cysteine Protease Required for RRS1-R–Mediated Resistance, Is Relocalized to the Nucleus by the Ralstonia solanacearum PopP2 Effector. The Plant Cell 20, 2252-64. 
    PubMed
  • Deslandes, L., Olivier, J., Peeters, N., Feng, D.X., Khounlotham, M., Boucher, C., Somssich, I., Genin, S., Marco, Y. (2003).Physical interaction between RRS1-R, a protein conferring resistance to bacterial wilt, and PopP2, a type III effector targeted to the plant nucleus. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci U S A. 100, 8024-8029. 
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