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2015

  • Le Clerc V., Suel A., Pawelec A., Marques S., Huet S., Lecomte M., Poupard P., Briard M. 2015. Is there variety x isolate interaction in the polygenic quantitative reistance of carrot to Alternaria dauci? Euphytica. 202:235-243
  • Barret M, Briand M, Bonneau S, Préveaux A, Valière S, Bouchez O, Hunault G, Simoneau P, Jacques MA. 2015. Emergence shapes the structure of the seed-microbiota. Appl. Environ. Microbiol.81:1257-1266
  • Rousseau C., Hunault G., Gaillard S., Bourbeillon J., Montiel G., Simier P., Campion C., Jacques M. A., Belin E., Boureau T.2015. Phenoplant : a web resource for the exploration of large chlorophyll fluorescence image datasets. Plant Methods, 11:24:00
  • Calmes B., N'Guyen G., Dumur J., Agusti-Brisach C., Campion C, Iacomi B, Pigné S.,Dias E., Macherel D., Guillemette T., Simoneau P. 2015. Glucosinolate-derived isothiocyanates impact mitochondrial function in fungal cells and elicit an oxidative stress response necessary for growth recovery. Frontiers in Plant Science. 6:414 doi: 10.3389/fpls.2015.00414
  • Calmes B., Morel-Rouhier M., Bataillé-Simoneau N., Gelhaye E., Guillemette T., Simoneau P. 2015. Characterization of Alternaria brassicicola Glutathione transferases involved in protection against Brassicaceae defenses metabolites. BMC Microbiology. 15:123
  • Bessadat N, Hamon B, Henni D.E., Simoneau P. 2015. First report of tomato early blight caused by Alternaria grandis in Algeria. Plant Disease.in Press

2014

  • Ménard L.,P.E.  Brandeis, P. Simoneau, P. Poupard, I. Sérandat, J. Detoc, L. Robbes, F. Bastide, E. Laurent, J. Gombert, E. Morel 2013 .First report of Umbel Browning and Stem Necrosis caused by Diaporthe angelicae on carrot in France.Plant Disease,98 (3):421-422
  • Guillemette T., B. Calmes, P. Simoneau. 2014.Impact of the UPR on the virulence of the plant fungal pathogen A. brassicicola. Virulence, 5:2, 1–8
  • Davanture M., J. Dumur, N. Batailé-Simoneau, C. Campion, B. Valot, M. Zivy, P. Simoneau, S. Fillinger. 2014. Phosphoproteome profiles of the phytopathogenic fungi Alternaria brassicicola and Botrytis cinerea during exponential growth in axenic cultures. Proteomics, 14:1639-1645
  • Zykwinska A, Guillemette T., Bouchara J.P., Cuenot S. 2014. Spontaneous self-assembly of SC3 hydrophobins into nanorods in aqueous solution. Biochimica et Biophysica Acta. 1844 : 1231–1237
  •  Lecomte M., L. Hamama, L. Voisine, J. Gatto, J.J. Hélesbeux, D. Séraphin, L.M. Peña-Rodriguez, P. Richomme, C. Boedo, C. Yovanopoulos, M. Gyomlai, M. Briard, P. Simoneau, P. Poupard, et R. Berruyer. 2014. Partial resistance of carrot to Alternaria dauci correlates with in vitro cultured carrot cell resistance to fungal exudates. Plos One, 9(7):e101008 doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0101008
  • Bessadat N ,Simoneau P, Benichou S, Setti B, Kihal M,  Henni D. 2014. Morphological, physiological and pathogenic variability of small-spore Alternaria sp. causing leaf blight of Solanaceous plants in Algeria. Afr. J. Microbiol. Res., 8(37):3422-3434

2013

  • Calmes B, Guillemette T, Teyssier L, Siegler B, Pigné S, Landreau A, Iacomi B, Lemoine R, Richomme P, Simoneau P. 2013. Role of mannitol metabolism in the pathogenicity of the necrotrophic fungus Alternaria brassicicola. Frontiers in Plant Science, 4:131. doi: 10.3389/fpls.2013.00131
  • Gaucher M, Dugé de Bernonville T, Lohou D, Guyot S, Guillemette T, Brisset MN, Dat JF. 2013. Histolocalisation and physicol-chemical characterization of dihydrochalcones: insight into the role of apple major flavonoids. Phytochemistry, 90:78-89
  • Pochon S, Simoneau P, Pigné S, Balidas S, Bataillé-Simoneau N, Campion C, Jaspard E, Calmes B, Hamon B, Berruyer R, Juchaux M, Guillemette T. 2013. Dehydrin-like proteins in the necrotrophic fungus Alternaria brassicicola have a role in plant pathogenesis and stress response. Plos One, 8(10): e75143. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0075143

2012

  • Boedo C., S. Bénichou, R. Berruyer, S. Bersihand, A. Dongo., P. Simoneau,M. Lecomte, M.  Briard, V. Le Clerc, et P. Poupard. 2012. Evaluating  aggressiveness and host range of Alternaria dauci in a controlled environment. Plant Pathology, 61: 63-75.
  • Lecomte M., Berruyer R., Hamama L., Boedo C., Hudhomme P., Bersihand S., Arul J., N’Guyen G., Gatto J., Guilet D., Richomme P., Simoneau P., Briard M., Le Clerc V., et Poupard P. 2012. Inhibitory effects of the carrot metabolites 6-methoxymellein and falcarindiol on development of the fungal leaf blight pathogen Alternaria dauci. Physiological and Molecular Plant Pa, 80:58-67
  • Pochon S., E. Terrasson,T.  Guillemette., B.  Iacomi-Vasilescu, S. Georgeault, M. Juchaux, R. Berruyer, I. Debeaujon, P. Simoneau, et C. Campion. 2012. The Arabidopsis thaliana-Alternaria brassicicola pathosystem: a model interaction for investigating seed transmission of necrotrophic fungi. Plant Methods, 8: 16-?

Brevet

  • Simoneau P, Guillemette T, Richomme P, Helesbeux JJ (2012) Potentiating agents for protecting plants from fungal infections. European patent EP 12 176 613.3

2011

  • JOUBERT A., SIMONEAU P., CAMPION C., BATAILLE-SIMONEAU N., IACOMI-VASILESCU B., POUPARD P., FRANCOIS J.M., GEORGEAULT S., SELLIER E., GUILLEMETTE T. (2011) Impact of the unfolded protein response on the pathogenicity of the necrotrophic fungus Alternaria brassicicola. Molecular Microbiology 79, 1305-24.
  • JOUBERT A., BATAILLE-SIMONEAU N., CAMPION C., GUILLEMETTE T., HUDHOMME P., IACOMI-VASILESCU B., LEROY T., POCHON S. POUPARD P., SIMONEAU P., (2011) Cell wall integrity and high osmolarity glycerol pathways are required for adaptation of Alternaria brassicicola to cell wall stress caused by brassicaceous indolic phytoalexins. Cellular Microbiology 13, 62-80.
  • GUILLEMETTE T., RAM A. F. J., CARVALHO N.D.S.P., JOUBERT A., SIMONEAU P., ARCHER D. (2011). Methods for investigating the UPR in filamentous fungi. Methods in Enzymology 490, 1-29.

2010

  • BOEDO C., BERRUYER R., LECOMTE M., BERSIHAND S., BRIARD M., LE CLERC V., SIMONEAU P., POUPARD P., (2010) Evaluation of different methods for the characterization of carrot resistance to the Alternaria leaf blight pathogen (Alternaria dauci) revealed two qualitatively different resistances. Plant Pathology 59, 368-375.
  • JOUBERT A., CALMES B., BERRUYER R., PIHET M., BOUCHARA J.P., SIMONEAU P., GUILLEMETTE T., (2010). Laser nephelometry applied in an automated microplate system to study filamentous fungus growth. BioTechniques 48 (5), 399-404.