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  • Chronic stress and disease resistance in the genome model marine seaweed Ectocarpus siliculosus 

    Zambounis, A.; Strittmatter, M.; Gachon, C. M. M. (2013)
    In order to test the capacity of the genome model seaweed Ectocarpus siliculosus to acquire disease resistance, plantlets were repeatedly treated with the polyunsaturated fatty acids (PUFAs) linolenic and arachidonic acid ...
  • The Ectocarpus Genome and Brown Algal Genomics. The Ectocarpus Genome Consortium 

    Cock, J. M.; Sterck, L.; Ahmed, S.; Allen, A. E.; Amoutzias, G.; Anthouard, V.; Artiguenave, F.; Arun, A.; Aury, J. M.; Badger, J. H.; Beszteri, B.; Billiau, K.; Bonnet, E.; Bothwell, J. H.; Bowler, C.; Boyen, C.; Brownlee, C.; Carrano, C. J.; Charrier, B.; Cho, G. Y.; Coelho, S. M.; Collén, J.; Le Corguillé, G.; Corre, E.; Dartevelle, L.; Da Silva, C.; Delage, L.; Delaroque, N.; Dittami, S. M.; Doulbeau, S.; Elias, M.; Farnham, G.; Gachon, C. M. M.; Godfroy, O.; Gschloessl, B.; Heesch, S.; Jabbari, K.; Jubin, C.; Kawai, H.; Kimura, K.; Kloareg, B.; Küpper, F. C.; Lang, D.; Le Bail, A.; Luthringer, R.; Leblanc, C.; Lerouge, P.; Lohr, M.; Lopez, P. J.; Macaisne, N.; Martens, C.; Maumus, F.; Michel, G.; Miranda-Saavedra, D.; Morales, J.; Moreau, H.; Motomura, T.; Nagasato, C.; Napoli, C. A.; Nelson, D. R.; Nyvall-Collén, P.; Peters, A. F.; Pommier, C.; Potin, P.; Poulain, J.; Quesneville, H.; Read, B.; Rensing, S. A.; Ritter, A.; Rousvoal, S.; Samanta, M.; Samson, G.; Schroeder, D. C.; Scornet, D.; Ségurens, B.; Strittmatter, M.; Tonon, T.; Tregear, J. W.; Valentin, K.; Von Dassow, P.; Yamagishi, T.; Rouzé, P.; Van de Peer, Y.; Wincker, P. (2012)
    Brown algae are important organisms both because of their key ecological roles in coastal ecosystems and because of the remarkable biological features that they have acquired during their unusual evolutionary history. The ...
  • Highly Dynamic Exon Shuffling in Candidate Pathogen Receptors ... What if Brown Algae Were Capable of Adaptive Immunity? 

    Zambounis, A.; Elias, M.; Sterck, L.; Maumus, F.; Gachon, C. M. M. (2012)
    Pathogen recognition is the first step of immune reactions. In animals and plants, direct or indirect pathogen recognition is often mediated by a wealth of fast-evolving receptors, many of which contain ligand-binding and ...