Papers 2018

July 2018
Tobamoviruses and virus evolution - Advances in Virus Research
Arabidopsis Kunitz Trypsin Inhibitors in Defence Against Spider Mites - Frontiers in Plant Science
Advances in Plant Metabolomics - Annual Plant Reviews online
A phylogenetic view of the diversity, evolution, and epidemiology of plant viruses - Infection, Genetics and Evolution
Tobamoviruses as models for the study of virus evolution - Advances in Virus Research
Identification of two auxin-regulated potassium transporters involved in seed maturation - International Journal of Molecular Sciences
Surprising discovery of a role of terminators in the induction of transgene silencing - BMC Research Notes
New perspectives about photoperiodic regulation of shoot apical growth in poplar - Frontiers in Plant Science
Genetic diversity analysis of cultivated and wild grapevine (Vitis vinifera L.) accessions around the Mediterranean basin and Central Asia - BMC Plant Biology
A component of the transcription machinery revealed as a new player in tomato pollen and anther development - Plant Journal
Zinc is required for legume nodule development - Frontiers in Plant Science
June 2018
Auxin methylation is required for differential growth in Arabidopsis - Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences
A complex network of ROS regulation is involved in the defence response of Arabidopsis against the two-spotted spider mite -  Scientific Reports
Metrics for quantitative evaluation of FAIR Data - Scientific Data
MtMOT1.2 is the transporter responsible for molybdate delivery to Medicago truncatula nodules - Plant, Cell & Environment
Screening arrayed libraries with DNA and protein baits to identify interacting proteins - Springer New York
A technique for the identification in vivo of the DNA-binding sites for proteins that regulate gene expression in plants - Springer New York
Potyvirus-derived nanoparticles for peptide presentation on their surface - Springer New York
May 2018
New non-symbiotic bacteria from the genus Neorhizobium - PeerJ
Identified a family of cochaperones involved in plant thermotolerance to high temperatures - Plant, Cell & Environment
Plant perception and short-term responses to phytophagous insects and mites - International Journal of Molecular Sciences
Gene expression, in vitro activity assays and in silico molecular modeling help elucidate a key chemical transformation of compounds responsible for the organoleptic properties of saffron -  International Journal of Molecular Sciences
Two new symbiovars, able to nodulate hairy lupin, discovered in Tunisia - Systematic and Applied Microbiology
Nitrogenase maturation: More than meets the eye - Journal of Biological Chemistry
April 2018
Evaluating the coverage and (re)usability of genotype/phenotype data in independent, widely dispersed databases - Human Mutation
A combined study of plant transcriptomic responses and spider mite performance in barley doubly-stressed by dehydration and pest infestation - Frontiers in Plant Science
Ecological complexity and host range evolution - Advances in Virus Research
A new nitrogen-fixing bacteria, Bradyrhizobium algeriense, in retamas of Algeria - Systematic and Applied Microbiology
Fluorescent in vivo ROS and redox potential detection in plants - Free Radical Biology and Medicine
Plant responses to Sulphur deficiency: An insight from a meta-analysis reveals new regulators and modules related to the carbon and nitrogen responses - Frontiers in Plant Science
March 2018
Identified a mechanism of SWR1-C recruitment to target genes in Arabidopsis - Molecular Plant
Tolerance to plant pathogens - International Journal of Molecular Sciences
Nickel: the dose makes the poison - The Biological Chemistry of Nickel
Discovered a new plant immunity mechanism sharing regulatory elements with the stomata developmental pathway - New Phytologist
Anthocyanins and flavonols in wild grapes - Grapes and Wines
Omics of CDF transcription factors - High Throughput
Host factors influencing virus prevalence - The Royal Society
Sublingual immunotherapy for a peach allergen - Molecular Nutrition & Food Research
A non-host of a plant virus showing only apparent extreme resistance - Molecular Plant Pathology
February 2018
Double effect of the overexpression of a cystatin in barley: enhanced resistance against spider mites and changes in the transcriptome - International Journal of Molecular Sciences
The amazing regenerative plasticity of plants. How is a new organ regenerated after embryogenesis? - Plant Physiology
The genetic diversity of mammal reservoir host populations is a key factor in the emergence of rabies virus epidemics - Ecology Letters
Silencing barley cystatins HvCPI-2 and HvCPI-4 specifically modifies leaf responses to drought stress - Plant Cell Environ
Population Genomics of Plant Viruses - Springer International Publishing
Proteins implicated in trafficking of lipids in the human immune system provide clues on the sensitization phase of plant allergens - Molecules
A different evolution of virus populations in mono or double infections - Scientific Reports
The important role of cell wall in plant immunity - Plant Journal
A Phenotyping Method for Plant-Microbe interaction by Confocal Microscopy -  International Journal of Molecular Sciences
January 2018
Genomic diversity in  legume endosymbiotic bacteria - Genes
Loading of cow's milk allergen with the vitamin A metabolite retinoic acid may suppress the protein immunogenicity - Scientific Reports
Plant Viruses. Diversity, Interaction and Management. CRC Press - Viruses and Plant Development
A relevant role for a  glutathione transferase in plant innate immunity - Plant Physiology
Metal tolerance in endosymbiotic bacteria isolated from an ultramafic soil - FEMS Microbiology Letters
MtCOPT1 mediates copper uptake by nodule cells in legume Medicago truncatula - New Phytologist
A relevant role of cathepsins in stress-induced cell death during barley microspore embryogenesis - Journal of Experimental Botany
Plant growth promotion by inoculants derived from a sugarcane microbiome culture collection - Frontiers in Plant Science
The leek is also a host of onion yellow dwarf virus - Plant Disease


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