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Publications

2018

  • Iacovone, A., Ris, N., Poirié, M., and Gatti, J.-L. (2018). Time-course analysis of Drosophila suzukii interaction with endoparasitoid wasps evidences a delayed encapsulation response compared to D. melanogaster. PLOS ONE 13, e0201573. DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0201573

2017

  • Coulette, Q., Lemauf, S., Colinet, D., Prévost, G., Anselme, C., Poirié, M., and Gatti, J.-L. (2017). Biochemical characterization and comparison of aspartylglucosaminidases secreted in venom of the parasitoid wasps Asobara tabida and Leptopilina heterotoma. PLOS ONE 12, e0181940. DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0181940
  • Kremmer Laurent, Jean David, Nicolas Borowiec, Marcel Thaon, Nicolas Ris, Marylène Poirié, Jean-luc Gatti (2017). The African fig fly Zaprionus indianus: a new invasive pest in France? Bulletin of Insectology 70, 57–62.
  • Kremmer, L., Thaon, M., Borowiec, N., David, J., Poirié, M., Gatti, J.-L., and Ris, N. (2017). Field Monitoring of Drosophila suzukii and Associated Communities in South Eastern France as a Pre-Requisite for Classical Biological Control. Insects 8, 124. DOI: 10.3390/insects8040124
  • Luo, C., Luo, K., Meng, L., Wan, B., Zhao, H., and Hu, Z. (2017). Ecological impact of a secondary bacterial symbiont on the clones of Sitobion avenae (Fabricius) (Hemiptera: Aphididae). Scientific Reports 7, 40754. DOI: 10.1038/srep40754

2016

  • Eliautout, R., Dubrana, M.-P., Vincent-Monégat, C., Vallier, A., Braquart-Varnier, C., Poirié, M., Saillard, C., Heddi, A., Arricau-Bouvery, N. (2015). Immune response and survival of Circulifer haematoceps to Spiroplasma citri infection requires expression of the gene hexamerin. Dev. Comp. Immunol. 54:7-19. DOI: 10.1016/j.dci.2015.08.007
  • Mathé-Hubert, H., Colinet, D., Deleury, E., Belghazi, M., Ravallec, M., Poulain, J., Dossat, C., Poirié, M., and Gatti, J.-L. (2016). Comparative venomics of Psyttalia lounsburyi and P. concolor, two olive fruit fly parasitoids: a hypothetical role for a GH1 β-glucosidase. Scientific Reports 6, 35873.

2015

  • Iacovone A., Girod P., Ris N., Weydert C., Gibert P., Poirié M., Gatti J-L (2015) Worldwide invasion by Drosophila suzukii: does being the “cousin” of a model organism really help setting up biological control? Hopes, disenchantments and new perspectives. Rev. Ecol-Terre Vie, 70(12): 207.
  • Mathé-Hubert, H., Gatti, J.-L., Colinet, D., Poirié1, M., Malausa1, T. (2015). Statistical analysis of the individual variability of 1D protein profiles as a tool in ecology: an application to parasitoid venom. Mol Ecol Resour. 15(5):1120-1132. DOI: 10.1111/1755-0998.12389  
  • Pichon A., Urbach S., Bézier A., Aury J-M., Jouan V., Ravallec M., Guy J., Cousserans F., Thézé J., Gauthier J., Demettre E., Schmieder S., Wurmser F., Sibut V., Poirié M., Colinet D., da Silva C., Couloux A., Barbe V., Drezen J-M., Volkoff A-N. (2015) Recurrent DNA virus domestication leading to different parasite virulence strategies. Sci. Adv. 1(10): e1501150.
  • Sarradin, P., Viglietta, C., Limouzin, C., Andréoletti, O., Daniel-Carlier, N., Barc, C., Leroux-Coyau, M., Berthon, P., Chapuis, J., Rossignol, C., et al. (2015). Transgenic Rabbits Expressing Ovine PrP Are Susceptible to Scrapie. PLoS Pathog 11, e1005077. DOI: 10.1371/journal.ppat.1005077

2014

  • Colinet, D., Kremmer, L., Lemauf, S., Rebuf, C., Gatti, J.-L., and Poirié, M. (2014). Development of RNAi in a Drosophila endoparasitoid wasp and demonstration of its efficiency in impairing venom protein production. J. Insect Physiol. 63, 56–61.
  • Colinet D.1, Anselme C.1, Deleury E., Mancini D., Poulain J.,  Azéma-Dossat C., Belghazi M., Tares S., Pennacchio F., Poirié M., Gatti J-L. (2014) Identification of the main venom protein components of Aphidius ervi, a parasitoid wasp of the aphid model Acyrthosiphon pisumBMC Genomics, 15:342.  doi:10.1186/1471-2164-15-342.
  • Poirié M., Colinet D., Gatti J-L (2014) Insights into function and evolution of parasitoid wasps venom. Curr. Opin. Insect Sci, 6, 52-60. doi: 10.1016/j.cois.2014.10.004

2013

  • Colinet D., Deleury E., Anselme C., Cazes D., Poulain J., Azema-Dossat C., Belghazi M., Gatti J-L, Poirié M. (2013) Extensive inter- and intraspecific venom variation in closely related parasites targeting the same host: The case of Leptopilina parasitoids of Drosophila. Insect Biochem. Mol. Biol. 43, 601-611
  • Colinet D., Mathé-Hubert H., Allemand R., Gatti J-L, Poirié M. (2013) Variability of venom components in immune suppressive parasitoid wasps: from a phylogenetic to a population approach. J. Insect Physiol. 59, 205-212
  • Dorémus, T., Urbach, S., Jouan, V., Cousserans, F., Ravallec, M., Demettre, E., Wajnberg, E., Poulain, J., Azéma-Dossat, C., Darboux, I., Escoubas JM, Colinet D., Gatti JL, Poirié 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.
  • Dupas, S., Poirié, M., Frey, F., and Carton, Y. (2013). Is parasitoid virulence against multiple hosts adaptive or constrained by phylogeny? A study of Leptopilina spp. (Hymenoptera: Figitidae)/Drosophila (Diptera: Drosophilidae) interactions. Annales de La Société Entomologique de France (N.S.) 49, 222–231.
  • Mathé-Hubert, H., Gatti, J.-L., Poirié, M., and Malausa, T. (2013). A PCR-based method for estimating parasitism rates in the olive fly parasitoids Psyttalia concolor and P. lounsburyi (Hymenoptera: Braconidae). Biological Control 67, 44–50. DOI: 10.1016/j.biocontrol.2013.07.001
  • Tarès, S., Arthaud, L., Amichot, M. & Robichon, A. (2013) Environment Exploration and Colonization Behavior of the Pea Aphid Associated with the Expression of the foraging Gene. PLoS ONE 8, e65104.

2012

  • Dacheux, J.-L. et al.(2012) The contribution of proteomics to understanding epididymal maturation of mammalian spermatozoa. Syst Biol Reprod Med 58, 197–210.
  • Schmieder S., Colinet D., Poirié M. (2012) Tracing back the nascence of a new sex determination pathway to the ancestor of bees and ants. Nature Communications 3, 895.
  • Schmitz A., Anselme C., Ravallec M., Rebuf C., Simon JC, Gatti JL, Poirié M. (2012) The cellular immune response of the pea aphid to foreign intrusion and symbiotic challenge. PLoS One 7, e42114

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