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Efficient and transgene-free gene targeting

Efficient and transgene-free gene targeting using Agrobacterium mediated delivery of the CRISPR-Cas9 system in tomato.

Benoit Danilo, Laura Perrot, Kostlend Mara, Emmanuel Botton, Fabien Nogué, Marianne Mazier
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Characterisation of 300 tomato accessions

a new publication on tomato production

A panel of 300 tomato accessions including breeding materials was built and characterized with 11,000 SNP. A population structure in six subgroups...
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Identifying SNPs tightly associated with major Mendelian characters in peach

An approach to assist in plant breeding: Identifying SNPs tightly associated with major Mendelian characters in peach

Patrick Lambert, Jose Antonio Campoy, Igor Pacheco, Jehan-Baptiste Mauroux, Cassa Da Silva Linge, Diego Micheletti, Daniele Bassi, Laura Rossini,...
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Allele mining for new resistances to PVY in tomato using transcriptomic data

Allele mining for new resistances to PVY in tomato using transcriptomic data

Lebaron, C., Rosado, A., Sauvage, C., Gauffier, C., German-Retana, S., Moury B. and Gallois JL.
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Brown Rot Strikes Prunus Fruit: An Ancient Fight Almost Always Lost

Brown Rot Strikes Prunus Fruit: An Ancient Fight Almost Always Lost

Leandro Oliveira Lino, Igor Pacheco, Vincent Mercier, Franco Faoro, Daniele Bassi, Isabelle Bornard, Bénédicte Quilot-Turion
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Design new rules for efficient genetic resistances to viruses

Comparing natural and biotechnology-induced resistance alleles in tomato helps designing rules for efficient genetic resistances to viruses

Gauffier C, Lebaron C, Moretti A, Constant C, Moquet F, Bonnet G, Caranta C, Gallois JL.
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50 years of research on VAT gene

A review covering 50 years of research (partly conducted at GAFL) ‘Vat, an amazing gene conferring resistance to aphids and viruses they carry: from molecular structure to field effects’

Nathalie Boissot, Alexandra Schoeny et Flavie Vanlerberghe-Masutti
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Peach Quality Model

Optimization of Allelic Combinations Controlling Parameters of a Peach Quality Model

Bénédicte Quilot-Turion, Michel Génard, Pierre Valsesia and Mohamed-Mahmoud Memmah Frontiers in Plant Science 7:1873. doi: 10.3389/fpls.2016.01873
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