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jeudi 11 octobre 2012, par Damien F. Meyer

Viewed from the inside of a fractured rice leaf, cells of the rice pathogenic bacterium Xanthomonas oryzae pv. oryzicola invade through a stoma. Xanthomonas species inject host cells with unusual DNA binding proteins called transcription activator-like (TAL) effectors to up-regulate genes important for infection. Two studies in this issue (pages 1501 and 1509 ; related Perspective, page 1491) decipher TAL effector target specificity and show that new specificities can be engineered. Image : Adam Bogdanove, Damien F. Meyer and Harry Horner/Iowa State University ; false color : Yael Kats/ Science

8. Emboulé L, Daigle F, Meyer DF, Mari B, Pinarello V,Sheikboudou C, Magnone V, Frutos R, Viari A, Barbry P, Martinez D, Lefrançois T, Vachiéry N. (2009) Innovative approach for transcriptomic analysis of obligate intracellular pathogen : selective capture of transcribed sequences of Ehrlichia ruminantium. BMC Molecular Biology, 24 ;10:111.

7. Adakal H, Meyer DF, Carasco-Lacombe C, Pinarello V, Allègre F, Huber K, Stachurski F, Morand S, Martinez D, Lefrançois T, Vachiery N, Frutos R. (2009) MLST scheme of Ehrlichia ruminantium : genomic stasis and recombination in strains from Burkina-Faso. Infection, Genetics and Evolution, 9(6):1320-8.

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