Experts and Doctors on plant viruses in France


Locale: France
Topic: plant viruses

Top Publications

  1. Bekaert M, Rousset J. An extended signal involved in eukaryotic -1 frameshifting operates through modification of the E site tRNA. Mol Cell. 2005;17:61-8 pubmed
    ..These results demonstrate that an extended signal is involved in eukaryotic frameshifting and suggest additional interactions between tRNAs and the ribosome during decoding. ..
  2. Tepfer M. Risk assessment of virus-resistant transgenic plants. Annu Rev Phytopathol. 2002;40:467-91 pubmed
  3. Drugeon G, Jupin I. Stability in vitro of the 69K movement protein of Turnip yellow mosaic virus is regulated by the ubiquitin-mediated proteasome pathway. J Gen Virol. 2002;83:3187-97 pubmed
    ..We propose that selective degradation of virus movement proteins may contribute to the previously reported transient nature of their accumulation during infection. ..
  4. Vassilakos N, Simon V, Tzima A, Johansen E, Moury B. Genetic Determinism and Evolutionary Reconstruction of a Host Jump in a Plant Virus. Mol Biol Evol. 2016;33:541-53 pubmed publisher
    ..annuum. In addition to increasing our knowledge of host jumps in plant viruses, this study illustrates also the efficiency of locus-by-locus AMOVA and combined approaches to identify adaptive mutations in the genome of RNA viruses. ..
  5. Hebrard E, Pinel Galzi A, Fargette D. Virulence domain of the RYMV genome-linked viral protein VPg towards rice rymv1-2-mediated resistance. Arch Virol. 2008;153:1161-4 pubmed publisher
    ..The 3D topology and the biochemical properties of virulence mutations both suggested a direct site-to-site interaction between RYMV VPg and rice eIF(iso)4G encoded by rymv1. ..
  6. Dunoyer P, Ritzenthaler C, Hemmer O, Michler P, Fritsch C. Intracellular localization of the peanut clump virus replication complex in tobacco BY-2 protoplasts containing green fluorescent protein-labeled endoplasmic reticulum or Golgi apparatus. J Virol. 2002;76:865-74 pubmed
    ..The concomitant extensive rearrangement of these membranous structures leads to the formation of intracellular compartments in which synthesis and accumulation of the viral RNA occur in defined areas. ..
  7. Hamelin F, Allen L, Prendeville H, Hajimorad M, Jeger M. The evolution of plant virus transmission pathways. J Theor Biol. 2016;396:75-89 pubmed publisher
    ..This study contributes to the theory behind the diversity of plant-virus transmission patterns observed in nature. ..
  8. Hebrard E, Poulicard N, Gérard C, Traore O, Wu H, Albar L, et al. Direct interaction between the Rice yellow mottle virus (RYMV) VPg and the central domain of the rice eIF(iso)4G1 factor correlates with rice susceptibility and RYMV virulence. Mol Plant Microbe Interact. 2010;23:1506-13 pubmed publisher
    ..Finally, the strategies of RYMV and members of family Potyviridae to overcome recessive resistance were compared. ..
  9. Drucker M, Then C. Transmission activation in non-circulative virus transmission: a general concept?. Curr Opin Virol. 2015;15:63-8 pubmed publisher
    ..This novel concept, named Transmission Activation (TA), where viruses respond directly or via the host to the outside world, opens new research horizons. ..

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  1. Candresse T, Macquaire G, Monsion M, Dunez J. Detection of Chrysanthemum stunt viroid (CSV) using nick translated probes in a dot-blot hybridization assay. J Virol Methods. 1988;20:185-93 pubmed
    ..Under these conditions, 100 pg of pure viroid diluted in plant sap, or infected plant extract diluted 1:25 in healthy extract can be detected, showing the potential of this method for indexing of Chrysanthemum for CSV infection. ..
  2. Robaglia C, Caranta C. Translation initiation factors: a weak link in plant RNA virus infection. Trends Plant Sci. 2006;11:40-5 pubmed
    ..Although the interaction with the protein synthesis machinery is probably a key element for successful RNA virus infection, other possible mechanisms will also be discussed. ..
  3. Robaglia C, Durand Tardif M, Tronchet M, Boudazin G, Astier Manifacier S, Casse Delbart F. Nucleotide sequence of potato virus Y (N Strain) genomic RNA. J Gen Virol. 1989;70 ( Pt 4):935-47 pubmed publisher
    ..A search for specific protein motifs has revealed the existence of a potential metal-binding site at the putative N terminus of the helper component in potyviruses. The possible functions of this structure are discussed...
  4. Villate L, Fievet V, Hanse B, Delemarre F, Plantard O, Esmenjaud D, et al. Spatial distribution of the dagger nematode Xiphinema index and its associated Grapevine fanleaf virus in French vineyard. Phytopathology. 2008;98:942-8 pubmed publisher
    ..Nematode patches correlate significantly with those of GFLV-infected grapevine plants. Finally, nematode and virus spread were shown to extend preferentially parallel to vine rows, probably due to tillage during mechanical weeding. ..
  5. Covelli L, Klein E, Gilmer D. The first 17 amino acids of the beet necrotic yellow vein virus RNA-5-encoded p26 protein are sufficient to activate transcription in a yeast one-hybrid system. Arch Virol. 2009;154:347-51 pubmed publisher
    ..The TA domain was found to be located within the first 17 residues. Alanine replacement of aspartic acids 11, 16, and 17 within the full-length p26 prevented TA but did not impair subcellular localization and the symptom expression...
  6. Hebrard E, Bessin Y, Michon T, Longhi S, Uversky V, Delalande F, et al. Intrinsic disorder in Viral Proteins Genome-Linked: experimental and predictive analyses. Virol J. 2009;6:23 pubmed publisher
    ..To date, structural data are still limited to small picornaviral VPgs. Recently three phytoviral VPgs were shown to be natively unfolded proteins...
  7. Cosson P, Sofer L, Schurdi Levraud V, Revers F. A member of a new plant gene family encoding a meprin and TRAF homology (MATH) domain-containing protein is involved in restriction of long distance movement of plant viruses. Plant Signal Behav. 2010;5:1321-3 pubmed publisher
    ..However, these data also highlight striking similarities of the RTM resistance with the well known R-gene mediated resistance...
  8. Kaddour H, Vergne J, Herve G, Maurel M. High-pressure analysis of a hammerhead ribozyme from Chrysanthemum chlorotic mottle viroid reveals two different populations of self-cleaving molecule. FEBS J. 2011;278:3739-47 pubmed publisher
  9. Fabre F, Rousseau E, Mailleret L, Moury B. Durable strategies to deploy plant resistance in agricultural landscapes. New Phytol. 2012;193:1064-75 pubmed publisher
    ..We demonstrate and discuss gaps concerning virus epidemiology across the agro-ecological interface that must be filled to achieve sustainable disease management. ..
  10. Schott G, Marí Ordóñez A, Himber C, Alioua A, Voinnet O, Dunoyer P. Differential effects of viral silencing suppressors on siRNA and miRNA loading support the existence of two distinct cellular pools of ARGONAUTE1. EMBO J. 2012;31:2553-65 pubmed publisher
    ..These findings have important implications for our current understanding of RNA silencing and of its suppression in plants. ..
  11. Incarbone M, Zimmermann A, Hammann P, Erhardt M, Michel F, Dunoyer P. Neutralization of mobile antiviral small RNA through peroxisomal import. Nat Plants. 2017;3:17094 pubmed publisher
    ..Collectively, these results highlight organellar confinement of antiviral molecules as a novel pathogenic strategy that may have its direct counterpart in other plant and animal viruses. ..
  12. Cardinale D, Carette N, Michon T. Virus scaffolds as enzyme nano-carriers. Trends Biotechnol. 2012;30:369-76 pubmed publisher
  13. Incarbone M, Dunoyer P. RNA silencing and its suppression: novel insights from in planta analyses. Trends Plant Sci. 2013;18:382-92 pubmed publisher
  14. Pierrugues O, Guilbaud L, Fernandez Delmond I, Fabre F, Tepfer M, Jacquemond M. Biological properties and relative fitness of inter-subgroup cucumber mosaic virus RNA 3 recombinants produced in vitro. J Gen Virol. 2007;88:2852-61 pubmed
    ..When two of these were tested in co-infection experiments with I17F RNA 3, they proved to be poorly competitive, suggesting that they would be unlikely to emerge in the field. ..
  15. Le Gall O, Sanfaçon H, Ikegami M, Iwanami T, Jones T, Karasev A, et al. Cheravirus and Sadwavirus: two unassigned genera of plant positive-sense single-stranded RNA viruses formerly considered atypical members of the genus Nepovirus (family Comoviridae). Arch Virol. 2007;152:1767-74 pubmed
    ..Therefore, these atypical viruses are now classified in two distinct genera, Cheravirus (three CP subunits; type species Cherry rasp leaf virus) and Sadwavirus (two CP subunits; type species Satsuma dwarf virus)...
  16. Lot H, Rubino L, Delecolle B, Jacquemond M, Turturo C, Russo M. Characterization, nucleotide sequence and genome organization of leek white stripe virus, a putative new species of the genus Necrovirus. Arch Virol. 1996;141:2375-86 pubmed
  17. Link D, Schmidlin L, Schirmer A, Klein E, Erhardt M, Geldreich A, et al. Functional characterization of the Beet necrotic yellow vein virus RNA-5-encoded p26 protein: evidence for structural pathogenicity determinants. J Gen Virol. 2005;86:2115-25 pubmed
    ..Resulting p26 mutants were tested for their capability to induce necrotic symptoms and to localize in the nuclear compartment. ..
  18. Gao R, Xu Y, Candresse T, He Z, Li S, Ma Y, et al. Further insight into genetic variation and haplotype diversity of Cherry virus A from China. PLoS ONE. 2017;12:e0186273 pubmed publisher
    ..This work provides a foundation for elucidation of the epidemiological characteristics and evolutionary history of CVA populations...
  19. Lazareva E, Lezzhov A, Golyshev S, Morozov S, Heinlein M, Solovyev A. Similarities in intracellular transport of plant viral movement proteins BMB2 and TGB3. J Gen Virol. 2017;98:2379-2391 pubmed publisher
    ..Collectively, the presented data support the current view that plant viral MPs exploit the ER:actin network for their intracellular transport. ..
  20. German S, Candresse T, Lanneau M, Huet J, Pernollet J, Dunez J. Nucleotide sequence and genomic organization of apple chlorotic leaf spot closterovirus. Virology. 1990;179:104-12 pubmed
    ..5-kDa ORF encoding the coat protein of ACLSV. These results show that ACLSV and probably at least the subgroup A of closteroviruses should be regarded as members of the "Sindbis-like" supergroup of RNA viruses...
  21. Moury B, Fabre F, Hebrard E, Froissart R. Determinants of host species range in plant viruses. J Gen Virol. 2017;98:862-873 pubmed publisher
    ..These results contribute to a better prediction of virus host jumps and emergence risks. ..
  22. Hagen L, Jacquemond M, Lepingle A, Lot H, Tepfer M. Nucleotide sequence and genomic organization of cacao swollen shoot virus. Virology. 1993;196:619-28 pubmed
    ..The last two ORFs (13 and 14 kDa) overlap ORF 3 and are not present in the other badnaviruses described. ..
  23. Morel J, Godon C, Mourrain P, Beclin C, Boutet S, Feuerbach F, et al. Fertile hypomorphic ARGONAUTE (ago1) mutants impaired in post-transcriptional gene silencing and virus resistance. Plant Cell. 2002;14:629-39 pubmed
    ..Finally, we show that hypomorphic ago1 mutants are hypersensitive to virus infection, confirming the hypothesis that in plants PTGS is a mechanism of defense against viruses. ..
  24. Fabre F, Kervarrec C, Mieuzet L, Riault G, Vialatte A, Jacquot E. Improvement of Barley yellow dwarf virus-PAV detection in single aphids using a fluorescent real time RT-PCR. J Virol Methods. 2003;110:51-60 pubmed
    ..Extraction of nucleic acids from aphids using either phenol/chloroform or chelatin resin-based protocols allow the use of pooled samples or of a small part (up to 1/1600th) of a single aphid extract for efficient BYDV-PAV detection. ..
  25. Alcaide Loridan C, Jupin I. Ubiquitin and plant viruses, let's play together!. Plant Physiol. 2012;160:72-82 pubmed publisher
  26. Lecoq H, Desbiez C. Viruses of cucurbit crops in the Mediterranean region: an ever-changing picture. Adv Virus Res. 2012;84:67-126 pubmed publisher
    ..This chapter describes the major cucurbit viruses occurring in the Mediterranean basin, discusses factors involved in their emergence and presents options for developing sustainable control strategies. ..
  27. Fargette D, Pinel A, Abubakar Z, Traor O, Brugidou C, Fatogoma S, et al. Inferring the evolutionary history of rice yellow mottle virus from genomic, phylogenetic, and phylogeographic studies. J Virol. 2004;78:3252-61 pubmed
    ..Overall, our results support the hypothesis that RYMV originated in East Africa and then dispersed and differentiated gradually from the east to the west of the continent...
  28. Froissart R, Roze D, Uzest M, Galibert L, Blanc S, Michalakis Y. Recombination every day: abundant recombination in a virus during a single multi-cellular host infection. PLoS Biol. 2005;3:e89 pubmed
    ..This first determination of a virus recombination rate during a single multi-cellular host infection indicates that recombination is very frequent in the everyday life of this virus...
  29. Marais A, Svanella Dumas L, Foissac X, Gentit P, Candresse T. Asian prunus viruses: New related members of the family Flexiviridae in Prunus germplasm of Asian origin. Virus Res. 2006;120:176-83 pubmed
    ..Evidence is provided for the presence of variants of these new viruses in other Prunus germplasm of Asian origin. ..
  30. Blanc S, Uzest M, Drucker M. New research horizons in vector-transmission of plant viruses. Curr Opin Microbiol. 2011;14:483-91 pubmed publisher
  31. Desbiez C, Moury B, Lecoq H. The hallmarks of "green" viruses: do plant viruses evolve differently from the others?. Infect Genet Evol. 2011;11:812-24 pubmed publisher
    ..This review presents an update of our knowledge of the phylogenetic and evolutionary characteristics of plant viruses and their relation to their plant hosts, in comparison with viruses infecting other organisms...
  32. Van Regenmortel M, Burke D, Calisher C, Dietzgen R, Fauquet C, Ghabrial S, et al. A proposal to change existing virus species names to non-Latinized binomials. Arch Virol. 2010;155:1909-19 pubmed publisher
    ..The rationale for the proposed change is presented...
  33. Desender S, Andrivon D, Val F. Activation of defence reactions in Solanaceae: where is the specificity?. Cell Microbiol. 2007;9:21-30 pubmed
    ..A special emphasis is made on analysing whether defence reactions in Solanaceae depend primarily on the type of elicitor, on the plant genotype/species, or on the type of interaction (compatible or incompatible)...
  34. Janzac B, Fabre F, Palloix A, Moury B. Constraints on evolution of virus avirulence factors predict the durability of corresponding plant resistances. Mol Plant Pathol. 2009;10:599-610 pubmed publisher
  35. Fabre F, Bruchou C, Palloix A, Moury B. Key determinants of resistance durability to plant viruses: insights from a model linking within- and between-host dynamics. Virus Res. 2009;141:140-9 pubmed publisher
    ..Finally, our analyses point out the parameters which should be estimated more precisely to improve durability predictions. ..
  36. Bouvier F, Linka N, Isner J, Mutterer J, Weber A, Camara B. Arabidopsis SAMT1 defines a plastid transporter regulating plastid biogenesis and plant development. Plant Cell. 2006;18:3088-105 pubmed publisher
    ..Biochemical analysis suggests that the latter effect represents one prominent example of the multiple events triggered by undermethylation, when there is decreased SAM flux into plastids...
  37. Dunoyer P. [The battle of Silence : action and inhibition of RNA silencing during plant/virus interactions]. Med Sci (Paris). 2009;25:505-11 pubmed publisher
    ..Here we review the mechanism of RNA silencing and its inhibition during plant/virus interactions and suggest the possible consequences of this molecular arms race on the evolution of both viral and host genomes. ..
  38. Moissiard G, Parizotto E, Himber C, Voinnet O. Transitivity in Arabidopsis can be primed, requires the redundant action of the antiviral Dicer-like 4 and Dicer-like 2, and is compromised by viral-encoded suppressor proteins. RNA. 2007;13:1268-78 pubmed
    ..Finally, we show that target cleavage by a primary small RNA and 3-->5' transitivity can be genetically uncoupled, and we provide in vivo evidence supporting a key role for priming in this specific reaction. ..