Experts and Doctors on fungi in France

Summary

Locale: France
Topic: fungi

Top Publications

  1. Cherif M, Loreau M. Stoichiometric constraints on resource use, competitive interactions, and elemental cycling in microbial decomposers. Am Nat. 2007;169:709-24 pubmed
    ..We expect our predictions to be useful in explaining the community structure of decomposers and their interactions with other consumers of inorganic resources, particularly primary producers. ..
  2. Giraud T, Refregier G, Le Gac M, de Vienne D, Hood M. Speciation in fungi. Fungal Genet Biol. 2008;45:791-802 pubmed publisher
    ..Finally, we review the available data on the genetics of speciation in fungi and address the issue of speciation in asexual species. ..
  3. Guillot M, Bertoletti L, Deygas N, Raberin H, Faure O, Vergnon J. [Dry sausage mould hypersensitivity pneumonitis: three cases]. Rev Mal Respir. 2008;25:596-600 pubmed
    ..Exposure to dry sausage mould occurs in work places where salami is made and should be considered as a possible cause of hypersenstitivity pneumonitis. ..
  4. Gressent F, Duport G, Rahioui I, Pauchet Y, Bolland P, Specty O, et al. Biological activity and binding site characteristics of the PA1b Entomotoxin on insects from different orders. J Insect Sci. 2007;7:1-10 pubmed publisher
  5. Suarez F, Olivier G, Garcia Hermoso D, Randriamalala E, Ghez D, Bruneau J, et al. Breakthrough Hormographiella aspergillata infections arising in neutropenic patients treated empirically with caspofungin. J Clin Microbiol. 2011;49:461-5 pubmed publisher
    ..A rapid switch to any other potent antifungal should be rapidly considered in case of failure of caspofungin in this setting. ..
  6. Bernhard P, Hamelin F. Sharing a resource with randomly arriving foragers. Math Biosci. 2016;273:91-101 pubmed publisher
  7. Blanc A, Delhaes L, Copin M, Stach B, Faivre J, Wallaert B. [Interstitial lung disease due to domestic moulds]. Rev Mal Respir. 2011;28:913-8 pubmed publisher
  8. Zinger L, Coissac E, Choler P, Geremia R. Assessment of microbial communities by graph partitioning in a study of soil fungi in two Alpine meadows. Appl Environ Microbiol. 2009;75:5863-70 pubmed publisher
    ..We found contrasting distributions of MOTUs in the two soils, suggesting that there is a high level of habitat filtering in the assembly of alpine soil fungal communities. However, few MOTUs were specific to one location. ..
  9. Le Calvez T, Burgaud G, Mahé S, Barbier G, Vandenkoornhuyse P. Fungal diversity in deep-sea hydrothermal ecosystems. Appl Environ Microbiol. 2009;75:6415-21 pubmed publisher
    ..From an evolutionary point of view, the diversification of fungi in the oceans can no longer be ignored. ..

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Publications114 found, 100 shown here

  1. Lara E, Moreira D, López García P. The environmental clade LKM11 and Rozella form the deepest branching clade of fungi. Protist. 2010;161:116-21 pubmed publisher
    ..This novel clade, called here "Rozellida", is the deepest branch of true fungi so far identified, and appears to be extremely diverse in the environment. ..
  2. Veneault Fourrey C, Martin F. Mutualistic interactions on a knife-edge between saprotrophy and pathogenesis. Curr Opin Plant Biol. 2011;14:444-50 pubmed publisher
  3. Navarri M, Jégou C, Meslet Cladière L, Brillet B, Barbier G, Burgaud G, et al. Deep Subseafloor Fungi as an Untapped Reservoir of Amphipathic Antimicrobial Compounds. Mar Drugs. 2016;14: pubmed publisher
    ..An exception was made for one fungal isolate, and the extraction procedure designed to extract amphipathic compounds was successful and highlighted the amphiphilic profile of the bioactive metabolites. ..
  4. Durrens P, Nikolski M, Sherman D. Fusion and fission of genes define a metric between fungal genomes. PLoS Comput Biol. 2008;4:e1000200 pubmed publisher
    ..The event localization counts for all the segments of the tree provide a metric that depicts the "recombinational" phylogeny among fungi. A possible interpretation of this metric as distance in adaptation space is proposed. ..
  5. Meot Duros L, Le Floch G, Meot B, Letousey P, Jacob B, Barbier G. Eelgrass slabs, a soilless culture substrate that inhibits adhesion of fungi and oomycetes and enhances antioxidant activity in tomato. J Agric Food Chem. 2011;59:10913-8 pubmed publisher
    ..This study highlights the value of detrital leaves of Zostera sp. as a substrate for soilless culture that reduces root contamination and also promotes the production of tomato fruits with better nutritional value. ..
  6. Didienne R, Defargues C, Callon C, Meylheuc T, Hulin S, Montel M. Characteristics of microbial biofilm on wooden vats ('gerles') in PDO Salers cheese. Int J Food Microbiol. 2012;156:91-101 pubmed publisher
    ..and yeast (Kluyveromyces lactis, Kluyveromyces marxianus). In less than 1 min, even in a 500 L farm gerle, the gerle's microbial biofilm can inoculate pasteurized milk with micro-organisms at levels superior to those in raw milk. ..
  7. Schwarz P, Bretagne S, Gantier J, Garcia Hermoso D, Lortholary O, Dromer F, et al. Molecular identification of zygomycetes from culture and experimentally infected tissues. J Clin Microbiol. 2006;44:340-9 pubmed
  8. Pihet M, Carrere J, Cimon B, Chabasse D, Delhaes L, Symoens F, et al. Occurrence and relevance of filamentous fungi in respiratory secretions of patients with cystic fibrosis--a review. Med Mycol. 2009;47:387-97 pubmed publisher
  9. Bastian F, Jurado V, Novakova A, Alabouvette C, Saiz Jimenez C. The microbiology of Lascaux Cave. Microbiology. 2010;156:644-52 pubmed publisher
    ..A careful study on the fungal ecology is needed in order to complete the cave food web and to control the black stains threatening the Paleolithic paintings. ..
  10. Defossez E, Djieto Lordon C, McKey D, Selosse M, Blatrix R. Plant-ants feed their host plant, but above all a fungal symbiont to recycle nitrogen. Proc Biol Sci. 2011;278:1419-26 pubmed publisher
    ..Our study provides arguments for a mutualistic status of the fungal associate and a framework for investigating the previously unsuspected complexity of food webs in ant-plant mutualisms. ..
  11. Guillemette T, Ram A, Carvalho N, Joubert A, Simoneau P, Archer D. Methods for investigating the UPR in filamentous fungi. Methods Enzymol. 2011;490:1-29 pubmed publisher
    ..Although we focus on A. niger, the utility of the hacA-deletion strategy is also described for use in investigating the virulence of the plant pathogen Alternaria brassicicola. ..
  12. El Arbi A, Rochex A, Chataigné G, Béchet M, Lecouturier D, Arnauld S, et al. The Tunisian oasis ecosystem is a source of antagonistic Bacillus spp. producing diverse antifungal lipopeptides. Res Microbiol. 2016;167:46-57 pubmed publisher
  13. Genton B, Kotanen P, Cheptou P, Adolphe C, Shykoff J. Enemy release but no evolutionary loss of defence in a plant invasion: an inter-continental reciprocal transplant experiment. Oecologia. 2005;146:404-14 pubmed
    ..Moreover, we found that native genotypes were as damaged as invading ones in all experimental sites, suggesting no evolutionary loss of defence against herbivores. ..
  14. Ben Arfa A, Combes S, Preziosi Belloy L, Gontard N, Chalier P. Antimicrobial activity of carvacrol related to its chemical structure. Lett Appl Microbiol. 2006;43:149-54 pubmed
    ..This study has identified the importance of the hydrophobicity and the chemical structure of phenolic aroma compounds for antimicrobial activity and may contribute to a most rational use of these compounds as antimicrobial agent. ..
  15. Lehmann S, Pastore M, Rogez Kreuz C, Richard M, Belondrade M, Rauwel G, et al. New hospital disinfection processes for both conventional and prion infectious agents compatible with thermosensitive medical equipment. J Hosp Infect. 2009;72:342-50 pubmed publisher
    ..They can be adapted to hospitals' and practitioners' routine use, and they present reduced risks for the environment and for healthcare professionals. ..
  16. Latge J. Tasting the fungal cell wall. Cell Microbiol. 2010;12:863-72 pubmed publisher
    ..Eventhough progresses have been made in the last 10 years, a comprehensive understanding of the interactions between the host membrane receptors and the fungal cell wall components is still lacking. ..
  17. Le Ker C, Petit K, Biard J, Fleurence J. Search for hydrophilic marine fungal metabolites: a rational approach for their production and extraction in a bioactivity screening context. Mar Drugs. 2011;9:82-97 pubmed publisher
    ..During this development, several bioactivities were detected, confirming the potential of hydrophilic crude extracts in the search for bioactive natural products. ..
  18. Bechinger B, Aisenbrey C. The polymorphic nature of membrane-active peptides from biophysical and structural investigations. Curr Protein Pept Sci. 2012;13:602-10 pubmed
    ..Examples discussed in this paper include peptaibols, magainins, cell penetrating peptides and designed histidine-rich sequences with potent antimicrobial and nucleic acid transfection activities. ..
  19. Gnavi G, Garzoli L, Poli A, Prigione V, Burgaud G, Varese G. The culturable mycobiota of Flabellia petiolata: First survey of marine fungi associated to a Mediterranean green alga. PLoS ONE. 2017;12:e0175941 pubmed publisher
    ..This work represents the first quali-quantitative analysis of the culturable mycobiota associated to a green alga in the Mediterranean Sea. ..
  20. Garon D, Sage L, Seigle Murandi F. Effects of fungal bioaugmentation and cyclodextrin amendment on fluorene degradation in soil slurry. Biodegradation. 2004;15:1-8 pubmed
    ..The results of this study indicate that Absidia cylindrospora and maltosyl-cyclodextrin could be used successfully in bioremediation systems. ..
  21. Zureik M, Neukirch C, Leynaert B, Liard R, Bousquet J, Neukirch F. Sensitisation to airborne moulds and severity of asthma: cross sectional study from European Community respiratory health survey. BMJ. 2002;325:411-4 pubmed
    ..37 to 3.35) for severe v mild asthma (P<0.001 for trend). Sensitisation to moulds is a powerful risk factor for severe asthma in adults. This should be taken into account in primary prevention, management, and patients' education. ..
  22. Giraud T. Patterns of within population dispersal and mating of the fungus Microbotryum violaceum parasitising the plant Silene latifolia. Heredity (Edinb). 2004;93:559-65 pubmed
    ..violaceum. ..
  23. Yockteng R, Marthey S, Chiapello H, Gendrault A, Hood M, Rodolphe F, et al. Expressed sequences tags of the anther smut fungus, Microbotryum violaceum, identify mating and pathogenicity genes. BMC Genomics. 2007;8:272 pubmed
    ..This study provides a basis for cloning the mating type locus, for further investigation of pathogenicity genes in the anther smut fungi, and for comparative genomics. ..
  24. Marthey S, Aguileta G, Rodolphe F, Gendrault A, Giraud T, Fournier E, et al. FUNYBASE: a FUNgal phYlogenomic dataBASE. BMC Bioinformatics. 2008;9:456 pubmed publisher
  25. Dannaoui E. Molecular tools for identification of Zygomycetes and the diagnosis of zygomycosis. Clin Microbiol Infect. 2009;15 Suppl 5:66-70 pubmed publisher
    ..This review discusses the molecular approaches currently available for the identification of Zygomycetes and the diagnosis of zygomycosis. ..
  26. Joner E, Leyval C. Rhizosphere gradients of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbon (PAH) dissipation in two industrial soils and the impact of arbuscular mycorrhiza. Environ Sci Technol. 2003;37:2371-5 pubmed
    ..The presence of mycorrhiza generally enhanced plant growth and favored growth of clover at the expense of ryegrass. Mycorrhiza enhanced PAH dissipation when plant effects were observed. ..
  27. Fouillaud M, Venkatachalam M, Girard Valenciennes E, Caro Y, Dufossé L. Anthraquinones and Derivatives from Marine-Derived Fungi: Structural Diversity and Selected Biological Activities. Mar Drugs. 2016;14: pubmed publisher
    ..Some specific biological activities are also described. This may help to open doors towards innovative natural substances. ..
  28. Lepère C, Boucher D, Jardillier L, Domaizon I, Debroas D. Succession and regulation factors of small eukaryote community composition in a lacustrine ecosystem (Lake Pavin). Appl Environ Microbiol. 2006;72:2971-81 pubmed
    ..The concentrations of nitrogenous nutrients and total phosphorus also had an effect on small-eukaryote dynamics at 5 m, whereas bacterial abundance and dissolved oxygen played a more important structuring role in the deeper zone. ..
  29. Balzergue C, Puech Pages V, Bécard G, Rochange S. The regulation of arbuscular mycorrhizal symbiosis by phosphate in pea involves early and systemic signalling events. J Exp Bot. 2011;62:1049-60 pubmed publisher
    ..Together, the results suggest the existence of additional early signals that may control the differentiation of hyphopodia. ..
  30. Suzuki M, Parrot D, Berg G, Grube M, Tomasi S. Lichens as natural sources of biotechnologically relevant bacteria. Appl Microbiol Biotechnol. 2016;100:583-95 pubmed publisher
  31. Borchiellini C, Boury Esnault N, Vacelet J, Le Parco Y. Phylogenetic analysis of the Hsp70 sequences reveals the monophyly of Metazoa and specific phylogenetic relationships between animals and fungi. Mol Biol Evol. 1998;15:647-55 pubmed
    ..Our phylogenetic trees also support the monophyly of Metazoa with high bootstrap values, indicating that animals form an extremely robust clade. ..
  32. Bourdichon F, Casaregola S, Farrokh C, Frisvad J, Gerds M, Hammes W, et al. Food fermentations: microorganisms with technological beneficial use. Int J Food Microbiol. 2012;154:87-97 pubmed publisher
    ..We have also reviewed and updated the taxonomy of the microorganisms used in food fermentations in order to bring the taxonomy in agreement with the current standing in nomenclature. ..
  33. Michel C, Pellegrini M, Pirillo G. Maximal dinucleotide and trinucleotide circular codes. J Theor Biol. 2016;389:40-6 pubmed publisher
    ..We give the same information for the maximal self-complementary dinucleotide and trinucleotide circular codes. The amino acid distribution of maximal trinucleotide circular codes is also determined. ..
  34. Noctor G, Gomez L, Vanacker H, Foyer C. Interactions between biosynthesis, compartmentation and transport in the control of glutathione homeostasis and signalling. J Exp Bot. 2002;53:1283-304 pubmed
    ..All these factors must be considered in order to evaluate the significance of glutathione as a signalling component during development, abiotic stress, or pathogen attack. ..
  35. Cullimore J, Dénarié J. Plant sciences. How legumes select their sweet talking symbionts. Science. 2003;302:575-8 pubmed
  36. Fenoglio C, Reboux G, Sudre B, Mercier M, Roussel S, Cordier J, et al. Diagnostic value of serum precipitins to mould antigens in active hypersensitivity pneumonitis. Eur Respir J. 2007;29:706-12 pubmed
    ..In conclusion, serological scores using a panel of relevant antigens may guide both biological and clinical practice in areas of high prevalence of hypersensitivity pneumonitis. ..
  37. Randoux B, Renard Merlier D, Mulard G, Rossard S, Duyme F, Sanssené J, et al. Distinct defenses induced in wheat against powdery mildew by acetylated and nonacetylated oligogalacturonides. Phytopathology. 2010;100:1352-63 pubmed publisher
    ..Our work provides the first evidence for elicitation and protection effects of preventive treatments with OGAs in wheat and for new properties of acetylated OGAs. ..
  38. Ralet M, Thibault J. Interchain heterogeneity of enzymatically deesterified lime pectins. Biomacromolecules. 2002;3:917-25 pubmed
  39. Moularat S, Robine E, Ramalho O, Oturan M. Detection of fungal development in a closed environment through the identification of specific VOC: demonstration of a specific VOC fingerprint for fungal development. Sci Total Environ. 2008;407:139-46 pubmed publisher
  40. Gladieux P, Guérin F, Giraud T, Caffier V, Lemaire C, Parisi L, et al. Emergence of novel fungal pathogens by ecological speciation: importance of the reduced viability of immigrants. Mol Ecol. 2011;20:4521-32 pubmed publisher
    ..Additional intrinsic and extrinsic postzygotic barriers might complete reproductive isolation and explain why the rare migrants and F1 hybrids detected do not lead to pervasive gene flow across years. ..
  41. Frey Klett P, Burlinson P, Deveau A, Barret M, Tarkka M, Sarniguet A. Bacterial-fungal interactions: hyphens between agricultural, clinical, environmental, and food microbiologists. Microbiol Mol Biol Rev. 2011;75:583-609 pubmed publisher
  42. Sun H, Terhonen E, Kovalchuk A, Tuovila H, Chen H, Oghenekaro A, et al. Dominant Tree Species and Soil Type Affect the Fungal Community Structure in a Boreal Peatland Forest. Appl Environ Microbiol. 2016;82:2632-2643 pubmed publisher
  43. Joner E, Johansen A, Loibner A, de la Cruz M, Szolar O, Portal J, et al. Rhizosphere effects on microbial community structure and dissipation and toxicity of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) in spiked soil. Environ Sci Technol. 2001;35:2773-7 pubmed
  44. Buee M, Reich M, Murat C, Morin E, Nilsson R, Uroz S, et al. 454 Pyrosequencing analyses of forest soils reveal an unexpectedly high fungal diversity. New Phytol. 2009;184:449-56 pubmed publisher
    ..The use of pyrosequencing on soil samples will accelerate the study of the spatiotemporal dynamics of fungal communities in forest ecosystems. ..
  45. Jobard M, Rasconi S, Solinhac L, Cauchie H, Sime Ngando T. Molecular and morphological diversity of fungi and the associated functions in three European nearby lakes. Environ Microbiol. 2012;14:2480-94 pubmed publisher
    ..For the first time, this study provides insight into the diversity and the associated functions of all members of the Kingdom Eumycota investigated in the whole plankton fraction of aquatic ecosystems. ..
  46. Boulanger N, Munks R, Hamilton J, Vovelle F, Brun R, Lehane M, et al. Epithelial innate immunity. A novel antimicrobial peptide with antiparasitic activity in the blood-sucking insect Stomoxys calcitrans. J Biol Chem. 2002;277:49921-6 pubmed
    ..Interestingly, this AMP exhibits trypanolytic activity to Trypanosoma brucei rhodesiense. We argue that stomoxyn may help to explain why S. calcitrans is not a vector of trypanosomes causing African sleeping sickness and nagana. ..
  47. Plenchette C, Strullu D. Long-term viability and infectivity of intraradical forms of Glomus intraradices vesicles encapsulated in alginate beads. Mycol Res. 2003;107:614-6 pubmed
    ..intraradices was recorded. Colonization of leeks was high (mean > 50% in length) and did not vary markedly until five years of storage. After six years of storage, the inoculum proved infective and viable. ..
  48. Pageau K, Reisdorf Cren M, Morot Gaudry J, Masclaux Daubresse C. The two senescence-related markers, GS1 (cytosolic glutamine synthetase) and GDH (glutamate dehydrogenase), involved in nitrogen mobilization, are differentially regulated during pathogen attack and by stress hormones and reactive oxygen species in N. J Exp Bot. 2006;57:547-57 pubmed
    ..The links between natural plant senescence and stress-induced senescence are discussed, as well as the potential role of GS1 and GDH in a metabolic safeguard process. ..
  49. Sautour M, Sixt N, Dalle F, L Ollivier C, Calinon C, Fourquenet V, et al. Prospective survey of indoor fungal contamination in hospital during a period of building construction. J Hosp Infect. 2007;67:367-73 pubmed
  50. Lambou K, Tharreau D, Kohler A, Sirven C, Marguerettaz M, Barbisan C, et al. Fungi have three tetraspanin families with distinct functions. BMC Genomics. 2008;9:63 pubmed publisher
    ..grisea. The next challenge will be to decipher the role(s) of tetraspanins in a range of symbiotic, saprophytic and human pathogenic fungi. ..
  51. Rahier A, Pierre S, Riveill G, Karst F. Identification of essential amino acid residues in a sterol 8,7-isomerase from Zea mays reveals functional homology and diversity with the isomerases of animal and fungal origin. Biochem J. 2008;414:247-59 pubmed publisher
    ..They underline the functional homology between the plant and animal 8,7SIs on one hand, in contrast with the yeast 8,7SI on the other hand, in accordance with their molecular diversity and distinct mechanisms...
  52. Jeandet P, Delaunois B, Conreux A, Donnez D, Nuzzo V, Cordelier S, et al. Biosynthesis, metabolism, molecular engineering, and biological functions of stilbene phytoalexins in plants. Biofactors. 2010;36:331-41 pubmed publisher
    ..Special attention will be paid to the role of stilbenic molecules as phytoalexins...
  53. Duplessis S, Cuomo C, Lin Y, Aerts A, Tisserant E, Veneault Fourrey C, et al. Obligate biotrophy features unraveled by the genomic analysis of rust fungi. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2011;108:9166-71 pubmed publisher
    ..Some of these genomic hallmarks are mirrored in the genomes of other microbial eukaryotes that have independently evolved to infect plants, indicating convergent adaptation to a biotrophic existence inside plant cells...
  54. Delavenne E, Mounier J, Deniel F, Barbier G, Le Blay G. Biodiversity of antifungal lactic acid bacteria isolated from raw milk samples from cow, ewe and goat over one-year period. Int J Food Microbiol. 2012;155:185-90 pubmed publisher
    ..anomala. Raw milk, especially cow and goat milks from the summer/fall period appeared to be a productive reservoir for antifungal lactobacilli. ..
  55. Dufossé L, Fouillaud M, Caro Y, Mapari S, Sutthiwong N. Filamentous fungi are large-scale producers of pigments and colorants for the food industry. Curr Opin Biotechnol. 2014;26:56-61 pubmed publisher
    ..As an additional aspect, marine fungi are discussed as potential sources of novel pigments of numerous color hues and atypical chemical structures. ..
  56. Coiffard B, Soubeyran P, Ghigo E. Editorial: manipulation of the cellular microbicidal response and endocytic dynamic by pathogens membrane factors. Front Cell Infect Microbiol. 2015;5:42 pubmed publisher
  57. Medema M, Kottmann R, Yilmaz P, Cummings M, Biggins J, Blin K, et al. Minimum Information about a Biosynthetic Gene cluster. Nat Chem Biol. 2015;11:625-31 pubmed publisher
  58. Fort P, Blangy A. The Evolutionary Landscape of Dbl-Like RhoGEF Families: Adapting Eukaryotic Cells to Environmental Signals. Genome Biol Evol. 2017;9:1471-1486 pubmed publisher
    ..Overall, our analysis supports the conclusion that Dbl-like RhoGEFs were present at the origin of eukaryotes and evolved as highly adaptive cell signaling mediators. ..
  59. Myslinski E, Branlant C. A phylogenetic study of U4 snRNA reveals the existence of an evolutionarily conserved secondary structure corresponding to 'free' U4 snRNA. Biochimie. 1991;73:17-28 pubmed
    ..In this domain, only the Sm binding site and the presence of a bulge nucleotide in the hairpin on the 5' side of the Sm site are conserved throughout evolution...
  60. Silar P, Lalucque H, Haedens V, Zickler D, Picard M. eEF1A Controls ascospore differentiation through elevated accuracy, but controls longevity and fruiting body formation through another mechanism in Podospora anserina. Genetics. 2001;158:1477-89 pubmed
    ..These data emphasize the fact that the translation apparatus exerts a global regulatory control over cell physiology and that eEF1A is one of the key factors involved in this monitoring. ..
  61. Staehelin C, Charon C, Boller T, Crespi M, Kondorosi A. Medicago truncatula plants overexpressing the early nodulin gene enod40 exhibit accelerated mycorrhizal colonization and enhanced formation of arbuscules. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2001;98:15366-71 pubmed
    ..Hence, enod40 might be a plant regulatory gene involved in the control of the mycorrhizal symbiosis...
  62. Jeandet P, Douillet Breuil A, Bessis R, Debord S, Sbaghi M, Adrian M. Phytoalexins from the Vitaceae: biosynthesis, phytoalexin gene expression in transgenic plants, antifungal activity, and metabolism. J Agric Food Chem. 2002;50:2731-41 pubmed
  63. Levy F, Bulet P, Ehret Sabatier L. Proteomic analysis of the systemic immune response of Drosophila. Mol Cell Proteomics. 2004;3:156-66 pubmed
    ..Altogether, this first differential proteomic analysis of the immune response of Drosophila paves the way for the study of proteins affected during innate immunity. ..
  64. Dantigny P, Guilmart A, Bensoussan M. Basis of predictive mycology. Int J Food Microbiol. 2005;100:187-96 pubmed
    ..However, some mould specificities should be taken into account. The use of specific models for predicting germination and growth of fungi was advocated previously []. This paper provides a short review of fungal modelling studies. ..
  65. Garon D, Richard E, Sage L, Bouchart V, Pottier D, Lebailly P. Mycoflora and multimycotoxin detection in corn silage: experimental study. J Agric Food Chem. 2006;54:3479-84 pubmed
    ..This suggested a possible chronic exposure to low levels of mycotoxins. ..
  66. Besserer A, Puech Pages V, Kiefer P, Gomez Roldan V, Jauneau A, Roy S, et al. Strigolactones stimulate arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi by activating mitochondria. PLoS Biol. 2006;4:e226 pubmed
    ..intraradices. We conclude that strigolactones are important rhizospheric plant signals involved in stimulating both the pre-symbiotic growth of AM fungi and the germination of parasitic plants...
  67. Collemare J, Billard A, Böhnert H, Lebrun M. Biosynthesis of secondary metabolites in the rice blast fungus Magnaporthe grisea: the role of hybrid PKS-NRPS in pathogenicity. Mycol Res. 2008;112:207-15 pubmed publisher
    ..grisea seems rich in these enzymes compared with other fungi. Using results from expression and functional studies, we discuss the role of these PKS-NRPS in the avirulence and pathogenicity of M. grisea...
  68. Vallance J, Le Floch G, Déniel F, Barbier G, Lévesque C, Rey P. Influence of Pythium oligandrum biocontrol on fungal and oomycete population dynamics in the rhizosphere. Appl Environ Microbiol. 2009;75:4790-800 pubmed publisher
    ..These findings raise interesting issues concerning the use of P. oligandrum strains producing elicitor and auxin molecules for plant protection and the development of biocontrol. ..
  69. Lefèvre E, Jobard M, Venisse J, Bec A, Kagami M, Amblard C, et al. Development of a Real-Time PCR assay for quantitative assessment of uncultured freshwater zoosporic fungi. J Microbiol Methods. 2010;81:69-76 pubmed publisher
    ..We conclude that this will contribute to a better understanding of the ecological significance of zoosporic fungi in microbial food webs of pelagic ecosystems. ..
  70. Spagnolo A, Magnin Robert M, Alayi T, Cilindre C, Mercier L, Schaeffer Reiss C, et al. Physiological changes in green stems of Vitis vinifera L. cv. Chardonnay in response to esca proper and apoplexy revealed by proteomic and transcriptomic analyses. J Proteome Res. 2012;11:461-75 pubmed publisher
  71. Larroque M, Barriot R, Bottin A, Barre A, Rouge P, Dumas B, et al. The unique architecture and function of cellulose-interacting proteins in oomycetes revealed by genomic and structural analyses. BMC Genomics. 2012;13:605 pubmed publisher
    ..This work highlighted the unique role and evolution of CBM1 proteins in oomycete among the Stramenopile lineage. ..
  72. de Zélicourt A, Al Yousif M, Hirt H. Rhizosphere microbes as essential partners for plant stress tolerance. Mol Plant. 2013;6:242-5 pubmed publisher
  73. Cambillau C, Claverie J. Structural and genomic correlates of hyperthermostability. J Biol Chem. 2000;275:32383-6 pubmed
    ..The biophysical requirements for the presence of charged residues at the protein surface, allowing protein stabilization through ion bonds, is therefore clearly imprinted and detectable in all genome sequences available to date...
  74. Fagard M, Boutet S, Morel J, Bellini C, Vaucheret H. AGO1, QDE-2, and RDE-1 are related proteins required for post-transcriptional gene silencing in plants, quelling in fungi, and RNA interference in animals. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2000;97:11650-4 pubmed
    ..These results raise the possibility that PTGS, or at least some of its elements, could participate in the regulation of gene expression during development in plants. ..
  75. Ribard C, Rochet M, Labedan B, Daignan Fornier B, Alzari P, Scazzocchio C, et al. Sub-families of alpha/beta barrel enzymes: a new adenine deaminase family. J Mol Biol. 2003;334:1117-31 pubmed
    ..These results imply that adenine deaminases have appeared twice in the course of evolution, from different ancestral enzymes constructed both around the alpha/beta barrel scaffold. ..
  76. Lemaitre B. The road to Toll. Nat Rev Immunol. 2004;4:521-7 pubmed publisher
  77. Drider D, Condon C. The continuing story of endoribonuclease III. J Mol Microbiol Biotechnol. 2004;8:195-200 pubmed
    ..With this aim, the present mini-review provides a wealth of new information focusing on the distribution and architecture of RNase III, substrate recognition, cleavage mechanisms and regulation of gene expression. ..
  78. Lambou K, Malagnac F, Barbisan C, Tharreau D, Lebrun M, Silar P. The crucial role of the Pls1 tetraspanin during ascospore germination in Podospora anserina provides an example of the convergent evolution of morphogenetic processes in fungal plant pathogens and saprobes. Eukaryot Cell. 2008;7:1809-18 pubmed publisher
    ..Its recurrent recruitment during fungal evolution may account for some of the morphogenetic convergence observed in fungi...
  79. Belhouchet Z, Sautour M, Miyamoto T, Lacaille Dubois M. Steroidal saponins from the roots of Smilax aspera subsp. mauritanica. Chem Pharm Bull (Tokyo). 2008;56:1324-7 pubmed
    ..3 exhibited antifungal activity against the human pathogenic yeasts Candida albicans, C. glabrata and C. tropicalis (minimum inhibitory concentrations of 25, 25 and 50 microg/ml, respectively) whereas the other compounds were inactive...
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