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Laboratory of Plant-Microbe Interactions - LIPM

Laboratory of Plant-Microbe Interactions

Publications - Arbuscular Mycorrhizal Symbiosis Efficacy

  • (Preprint) Bartoli C, Boivin S, Marchetti M, Gris C, Gasciolli V, Gaston M, Auriac MC, Cottret L, Carlier A, Masson-Boivin C, Lepetit M and Lefebvre B. Rhizobium leguminosarum symbiovar viciae strains are natural wheat endophytes and can stimulate root development and colonization by arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi. BioRxiv; DOI: 10.1101/2020.08.07.241844
  • (Preprint) Maviane-Macia F, Ribeyre C, Buendia L, Gaston M, Khafif M, Devoilles F, Peeters N and Lefebvre B. Experimental system and image analysis software for high throughput phenotyping of mycorrhizal growth response in Brachypodium distachyon. BioRxiv; DOI: 10.1101/779330
  • Du D, Zhang C, Xing Y, Lu X, Cai L, Yun H, Zhang Q, Zhang Y, Chen X, Liu M, Sang X, Ling Y, Yang Z, Li Y, Lefebvre B and He G. 2020 The CC-NB-LRR OsRLR1 mediates rice disease resistance through interaction with OsWRKY19. Plant Biotechnol J, in press; DOI:  10.1111/pbi.13530
  • Lefebvre B. 2020. An opportunity to breed rice for improved benefits from the arbuscular mycorrhizal symbiosis? New Phytol, 225:1404-1406; DOI:  10.1111/nph.16333
  • Girardin A, Wang T, Ding Y, Keller J, Buendia L, Gaston M, Ribeyre C, Gasciolli V, Auriac MC, Vernié T, Bendahmane A, Ried MK, Parniske M, Vandenbussche M, Schorderet M, Reinhardt D, Delaux PM, Bono JJ and Lefebvre B. 2019. LCO receptors involved in arbuscular mycorrhiza are functional for rhizobia perception in legumes. Current Biol, 29: 4249-4259; DOI:  10.1016/j.cub.2019.11.038
  • Buendia L, Ribeyre C, Bensmihen S, Lefebvre B. 2019. Brachypodium distachyon tar2lhypo mutant shows reduced root developmental response to symbiotic signal but increased arbuscular mycorrhiza. Plant Signal Behav 14: e1651608; DOI:  10.1080/15592324.2019.1651608
  • Buendia L., Maillet F., O’Connor D., van de-Kerkhove Q., Danoun S., Gough C., Lefebvre B. and Bensmihen S. 2019. LCOs promote lateral root formation and modify auxin homeostasis in Brachypodium distachyon. New Phytol, 221: 2190-2202; DOI:  10.1111/nph.15551
  • Buendia L., Girardin A., Wang T., Cottret L. and Lefebvre B. 2018 LysM Receptor-Like Kinase and LysM Receptor-Like Protein Families: An Update on Phylogeny and Functional Characterization. Front. Plant Sci. 9:1531; DOI:  10.3389/fpls.2018.01531
  • Gough C., Cottret L., Lefebvre B. and Bono JJ. 2018. Evolutionary History of Plant LysM Receptor Proteins Related to Root Endosymbiosis. Front Plant Sci. 9:923; DOI:  10.3389/fpls.2018.00923
  • Lefebvre B. 2017. Arbuscular mycorrhiza: A new role for N-acetylglucosamine. Nature Plants 3, 17085; DOI:  10.1038/nplants.2017.85
  • Vernié T., Camut S., Camps C., Rembliere C., de Carvalho-Niebel F., Mbengue M., Timmers T., Gasciolli V., Thompson R., Le Signor C., Lefebvre B., Cullimore J. and Hervé C. 2016. PUB1 interacts with the receptor kinase DMI2 and negatively regulates rhizobial and arbuscular mycorrhizal symbioses through its ubiquitination activity in Medicago truncatula. Plant Physiol, 170: 2312-2324; DOI:  10.1104/pp.15.01694
  • Buendia L., Wang T., Girardin A.  and Lefebvre B. 2016. The LysM receptor-like kinase SlLYK10 regulates the arbuscular mycorrhizal symbiosis in tomato. New Phytol 210, 184-195; DOI:  10.1111/nph.13753
  • Pietraszewska-Bogiel A., Lefebvre B., Koini M.A., Klaus-Heisen D., Takken F.L.W., Geurts R., Cullimore J.V and Gadella T.W.J. 2013. Interaction of Medicago truncatula Lysin motif receptor-like kinases, NFP and LYK3, produced in Nicotiana benthamianaleaf induces a defence-like response. PlosOne 8(6):e65055; DOI:  10.1371/journal.pone.0065055
  • Lefebvre B, Klaus-Heisen D, Pietraszewska-Bogiel A, Hervé C, Camut S, Auriac MC, Gasciolli V, Nurisso A, Gadella TW, Cullimore J. 2012. Role of N-glycosylation sites and CxC motifs in trafficking of Medicago truncatula Nod Factor Perception protein to plasma membrane. J Biol Chem 287: 10812-10823; DOI:  10.1074/jbc.M111.281634
  • Klaus-Heisen, D., Nurisso, A., Pietraszewska-Bogiel, A., Mbengue, M., Camut, S., Timmers, T., Pichereaux, C., Rossignol, M., Gadella, T.W.J., Imberty, A., Lefebvre, B., Cullimore, J.V. 2011. Structure-function similarities between a plant receptor-like kinase and the human interleukin-1 receptor-associated kinase-4. J Biol Chem 286: 11202-11210; DOI:  10.1074/jbc.M110.186171
  • Mbengue, M., Camut, S., de Carvalho-Niebel, F., Deslandes, L., Froidure, S., Klaus-Heisen, D., Moreau, S., Rivas, S., Timmers, T., Hervé, C., Cullimore, J., Lefebvre, B. 2010. The Medicago truncatula E3 ubiquitin ligase PUB1 interacts with the LYK3 symbiotic receptor and negatively regulates infection and nodulation. Plant Cell 22: 3474-3488; DOI:  10.1105/tpc.110.075861
  • Lefebvre, B., Timmers, T., Mbengue, M., Moreau, S., Hervé, C., Tóth, K., Bittencourt-Silvestre, J., Klaus, D., Deslandes, L., Godiard, L., Murray, J.D., Udvardi, M.K., Raffaele, S., Mongrand, S., Cullimore, J., Gamas, P., Niebel, A. and Ott, T. 2010. A remorin protein interacts with symbiotic receptors and regulates bacterial infection. Proc Natl Acad Sci USA. 107: 2343-2348; DOI:  10.1073/pnas.0913320107