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1st semester 2017

Agorio A., Giraudat J., Bianchi M.W., Marion J., Espagne C., Castaings L., Lelievre F., Curie C., Thomine S., Merlot S. (2017). Phosphatidylinositol 3-phosphate-binding protein AtPH1 controls the localization of the metal transporter NRAMP1 in Arabidopsis. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 114(16): E3354-E3363.

Ariel F., Crespi M. (2017). ALTERNATIVE SPLICING The lord of the rings. Nature Plants 3(5): 17065.

Badouin H., Gouzy J., Grassa C.J., Murat F., Staton S.E., Cottret L., Lelandais-Briere C., Owens G.L., Carrere S., Mayjonade B., Legrand L., Gill N., Kane N.C., Bowers J.E., Hubner S., Bellec A., Berard A., Berges H., Blanchet N., Boniface M.C., Brunel D., Catrice O., Chaidir N., Claudel C., Donnadieu C., Faraut T., Fievet G., Helmstetter N., King M., Knapp S.J., Lai Z., Le Paslier M.C., Lippi Y., Lorenzon L., Mandel J.R., Marage G., Marchand G., Marquand E., Bret-Mestries E., Morien E., Nambeesan S., Nguyen T., Pegot-Espagnet P., Pouilly N., Raftis F., Sallet E., Schiex T., Thomas J., Vandecasteele C., Vares D., Vear F., Vautrin S., Crespi M., Mangin B., Burke J.M., Salse J., Munos S., Vincourt P., Rieseberg L.H., Langlade N.B. (2017). The sunflower genome provides insights into oil metabolism, flowering and Asterid evolution. Nature 546(7656): 148-+.

Blomme J., Van Aken O., Van Leene J., Jegu T., De Rycke R., De Bruyne M., Vercruysse J., Nolf J., Van Daele T., De Milde L., Vermeersch M., des Francs-Small C.C., De Jaeger G., Benhamed M., Millar A.H., Inze D., Gonzalez N. (2017). The Mitochondrial DNA-Associated Protein SWIB5 Influences mtDNA Architecture and Homologous Recombination. Plant Cell 29(5): 1137-1156.

Cañas R.A., Yesbergenova-Cuny Z., Simons M., Chardon F., Armengaud P., Quillere I., Cukier C., Gibon Y., Limami A.M., Nicolas S., Brule L., Lea P.J., Maranas C.D., Hirel B. (2017). Exploiting the Genetic Diversity of Maize Using a Combined Metabolomic, Enzyme Activity Profiling, and Metabolic Modeling Approach to Link Leaf Physiology to Kernel Yield. Plant Cell 29(5): 919-943.

Guillaumot D., Lopez-Obando M., Baudry K., Avon A., Rigaill G., Falcon de Longevialle A., Broche B., Takenaka M., Berthomé R., De Jaeger G., Delannoy E., Lurin C. (2017). Two interacting PPR proteins are major Arabidopsis editing factors in plastid and mitochondria. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America In press.

Jegu T., Veluchamy A., Ramirez-Prado J.S., Rizzi-Paillet C., Perez M., Lhomme A., Latrasse D., Coleno E., Vicaire S., Legras S., Jost B., Rougee M., Barneche F., Bergounioux C., Crespi M., Mahfouz M.M., Hirt H., Raynaud C., Benhamed M. (2017). The Arabidopsis SWI/SNF protein BAF60 mediates seedling growth control by modulating DNA accessibility. Genome Biology 18: 114.

Kalmbach L., Hematy K., De Bellis D., Barberon M., Fujita S., Ursache R., Daraspe J., Geldner N. (2017). Transient cell-specific EXO70A1 activity in the CASP domain and Casparian strip localization. Nature Plants 3(5): 17058.

Kirilovsky D., Kerfeld C.A. (2016). Cyanobacterial photoprotection by the orange carotenoid protein. Nature Plants 2(12): 16180.

Lang J., Vigouroux A., El Sahili A., Kwasiborski A., Aumont-Nicaise M., Dessaux Y., Shykoff J.A., Morera S., Faure D. (2017). Fitness costs restrict niche expansion by generalist niche-constructing pathogens. Isme Journal 11(2): 374-385.

Latrasse D., Jégu T., Li H., de Zelicourt A., Raynaud C., Legras S., Gust A., Samajova O., Veluchamy A., Rayapuram N., Ramirez-Prado J., Kulikova O., Colcombet J., Bigeard J., Genot B., Bisseling T., Benhamed M., Hirt H. (2017). MAPK-triggered chromatin reprogramming by histone deacetylase in plant innate immunity. Genome Biology 18: 131.

Liu K.H., Niu Y.J., Konishi M., Wu Y., Du H., Chung H.S., Li L., Boudsocq M., McCormack M., Maekawa S., Ishida T., Zhang C., Shokat K., Yanagisawa S., Sheen J. (2017). Discovery of nitrate-CPK-NLP signalling in central nutrient-growth networks. Nature 545(7654): 311-+.

Montiel J., Downie J.A., Farkas A., Bihari P., Herczeg R., Balint B., Mergaert P., Kereszt A., Kondorosi E. (2017). Morphotype of bacteroids in different legumes correlates with the number and type of symbiotic NCR peptides. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 114(19): 5041-5046.

Nagymihaly M., Veluchamy A., Gyorgypal Z., Ariel F., Jegu T., Benhamed M., Szucs A., Kereszt A., Mergaert P., Kondorosi E. (2017). Ploidy-dependent changes in the epigenome of symbiotic cells correlate with specific patterns of gene expression. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 114(17): 4543-4548.

Ribeiro C.W., Baldacci-Cresp F., Pierre O., Larousse M., Benyamina S., Lambert A., Hopkins J., Castella C., Cazareth J., Alloing G., Boncompagni E., Couturier J., Mergaert P., Gamas P., Rouhier N., Montrichard F., Frendo P. (2017). Regulation of Differentiation of Nitrogen-Fixing E:acteria by Microsymbiont Targeting of Plant Thioredoxin s1. Current Biology 27(2): 250-256.

Schaefer E., Belcram K., Uyttewaal M., Duroc Y., Goussot M., Legland D., Laruelle E., de Tauzia-Moreau M.L., Pastuglia M., Bouchez D. (2017). The preprophase band of microtubules controls the robustness of division orientation in plants. Science 356(6334): 186-189.

Wang C.D., Aube F., Planchard N., Quadrado M., Dargel-Graffin E., Nogue F., Mireau H. (2017). The pentatricopeptide repeat protein MTSF2 stabilizes a nad1 precursor transcript and defines the 3 ' end of its 5 '-half intron. Nucleic Acids Research 45(10): 6119-6134.

Zhang R.X., Calixto C.P.G., Marquez Y., Venhuizen P., Tzioutziou N.A., Guo W.B., Spensley M., Entizne J.C., Lewandowska D., Ten Have S., Frey N.F.D., Hirt H., James A.B., Nimmo H.G., Barta A., Kalyna M., Brown J.W.S. (2017). A high quality Arabidopsis transcriptome for accurate transcript-level analysis of alternative splicing. Nucleic Acids Research 45(9): 5061-5073.

Zhou S.L., Jiang W., Long F., Cheng S.F., Yang W.J., Zhao Y., Zhou D.X. (2017). Rice Homeodomain Protein WOX11 Recruits a Histone Acetyltransferase Complex to Establish Programs of Cell Proliferation of Crown Root Meristem. Plant Cell 29(5): 1088-1104.