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BAMPI C, GOSSELIN GRENET AS, CAIGNARD G, VIDALAIN PO, ROUX L. 2013. The cellular protein TIP47 restricts respirovirus multiplication leading to decreased virus particle production.Virus Res. 173:354-363. Epub 2013 Jan 22.

BENFARHAT-TOUZRI D, BEN AMIRA A, BEN KHEDHER S, GIVAUDAN A, JAOUA S, TOUNSI S. 2013. Combinatorial effect of Bacillus thuringiensis kurstaki and Photorhabdus luminescens against Spodoptera littoralis (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae). J Basic Microbiol. 53:1-6.

D'ALENCON E, BIERNE N, GIRARD P-A, MAGDELENAT G, GIMENEZ S, SENINET I, ESCOUBAS J-M. 2013. Evolutionary history of x-tox genes in three lepidopteran species: Origin, evolution of primary and secondary structure and alternative splicing, generating a repertoire of immune-related proteins. Insect Biochem Mol Biol. 43:54-64. Epub 2012 Nov 8.

DOREMUS T, JOUAN V, COUSSERANS F, RAVALLEC M, DEMETTRE E, WAJNBERG E, POULAIN J, AZEMA-DOSSAT C, DARBOUX I, ESCOUBAS JM, COLINET D, GATTI JL, POIRIE M, VOLKOFF AN.2013. Hyposoter didymator uses a combination of passive and active strategies to escape from the Spodoptera frugiperda cellular immune response. J Insect Physiol. 59:500-508. Epub 2013 March 1.

DOREMUS T, URBACH S, JOUAN V, COUSSERANS F, RAVALLEC M, DEMETTRE E, WAJNBERG E, POULAIN J, AZEMA-DOSSAT C, DARBOUX I, ESCOUBAS JM, COLINET D, GATTI JL, POIRIE M, VOLKOFF AN. 2013. Venom gland extract is not required for successful parasitism in the polydnavirus-associated endoparasitoid Hyposoter didymator (Hym. Ichneumonidae) despite the presence of numerous novel and conserved venom proteins. Insect Biochem Mol Biol. 43:292-307. Epub 2013 Jan 5.

FERREIRA T, VAN REENEN C, PAGES S, TAILLIEZ P, MALAN AP, DICKS LMT. 2013. Description of Photorhabdus luminescens subsp. noenieputensis subsp. nov., a symbiotic bacterium associated with a new Heterorhabditis species related to Heterorhabditis indicaInt J Syst Evol Microbiol. 63: 1853-1858. Epub 2012 Sept 14.

HOUARD J, AUMELAS A, NOËL T, PAGÈS S, GIVAUDAN A, VILLAIN-GUILLOT P, GUALTIERI M. 2013. Cabanillasin, a new antifungal metabolite, produced by entomopathogenic Xenorhabdus cabanillasii JM26. J Antibiotics. 66:617-620. Epub 2013 June 12.

JUBELIN G, LANOIS A, SEVERAC D, RIALLE S, LONGIN C, GAUDRIAULT S, GIVAUDAN A. 2013. FliZ is a global regulatory protein rheostatically affecting the expression of flagellar and virulence genes in individual Xenorhabdus bacterial cells. PLoS Genetics. 9(10): e1003915. doi:10.1371/journal.pgen.1003915.

LANOIS A, OGIER J-C, GOUZY J, LAROUI C, ROUY Z, GIVAUDAN A, GAUDRIAULT S. 2013. Draft genome sequence and annotation of the entomopathogenic bacterium, Xenorhabdus nematophila strain F1. Genome Announc. 1:e00342-13.

WANG Y, GOSSELIN GRENET AS, CASTELLI I, CERMENATI G, RAVALLEC M, FIANDRA L, DEBAISIEUX S, MULTEAU C, LAUTREDOU N, DUPRESSOIR T, LI Y, CASARTELLI M, OGLIASTRO M.2013. Densovirus crosses the insect midgut by transcytosis and disturbs the barrier epithelial function. J Virol. 87:12380-12391. Epub 2013 Sept 11.

WEBBER JL, ZHANG J, COTE L, VIVEKANAND P, NI X, ZHOU J, NEGRE N, CARTHEW RW, WHITE KP, REBAY I. 2013. The relationship between long-range chromatin occupancy and polymerization of the Drosophila ETS family transcriptional repressor Yan. Genetics. 193:633-49.

ZHOU Q, GRUNDMANN F, KAISER M, SCHIELL M, GAUDRIAULT S, BATZER A, KURZ M, BODE HB. 2013. Structure and biosynthesis of xenoamicins from entomopathogenic XenorhabdusChem Eur J. 19:16772-9.