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Institut des Sciences des Plantes de Paris-Saclay (IPS2)

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The mission of the Institut des Sciences des Plantes de Paris-Saclay (IPS2) is to better understand the genetic and molecular mechanisms that control plant growth and their regulation by endogenous and exogenous signals of biotic (bacteria and fungi) and abiotic (environmental stress, nutrients) origin. The research projects developed mainly combine genomics, molecular and cellular biology, bioinformatics and physiology approaches. Current scientific priorities of IPS2 include epigenomics, plant adaptation to climate change, and biocontrol. The institute has five external platforms: translational biology, transcriptomics, metabolomics, interactomics and epigenomics. IPS2's research activity is intended to focus on both fundamental and applied research projects, particularly innovative translational biology projects on cultivated plants in partnership with industrial partners, with the aim of helping to improve the agriculture of tomorrow.

The 20 latest publications

Title Authors Publication date Source
PlantACT! – how to tackle the climate crisis Fabien Chardon, Anne Krapp 05/01/23 Trends in Plant Science
The Arabidopsis transcription factor NLP2 regulates early nitrate responses and integrates nitrate assimilation with energy and carbon skeleton supply Mickaël Durand, Virginie Brehaut, Gilles Clement, Zsolt Kelemen, Garry Duville, Anne Krapp 04/20/23 Plant Cell
Floral Phytochemistry: Impact of Volatile Organic Compounds and Nectar Secondary Metabolites on Pollinator Behavior and Health Filip Slavković, Abdelhafid Bendahmane 04/01/23 Chemistry and Biodiversity
Transcription factor WOX11 regulates protein translation via ribosome protein acetylation in rice roots D. X. Zhou 04/01/23 Plant Physiology
Environmental and genealogical effects on DNA methylation in a widespread apomictic dandelion lineage Verónica Noé Ibañez 04/01/23 Journal of Evolutionary Biology
Limiting etioplast gene expression induces apical hook twisting during skotomorphogenesis of Arabidopsis seedlings Salek Ahmed Sajib, Cylia Oukacine, Etienne Delannoy, Caroline Mauve, Claire Lurin, Bertrand Gakière, Livia Merendino 04/01/23 Plant Journal
Adjusting the adjusted Rand Index: A multinomial story Guillem Rigaill 03/01/23 Computational Statistics
Metabolite modification in oxidative stress responses: A case study of two defense hormones Caroline Lelarge-Trouverie, Mathias Cohen, Lug Trémulot, Graham Noctor 02/20/23 Free Radical Biology and Medicine
Shaping inheritance: how distinct reproductive strategies influence DNA methylation memory in plants Verónica Noé Ibañez, Leandro Quadrana 02/01/23 Current Opinion in Genetics and Development
OXIDATIVE SIGNAL-INDUCIBLE1 induces immunity by coordinating N-hydroxypipecolic acid, salicylic acid, and camalexin synthesis Heribert Hirt 02/01/23 New Phytologist
Quantitative Measurements of Biochemical and Molecular Markers of Oxidative Stress Signaling and Responses Graham Noctor, Mathias Cohen, Lug Trémulot 01/01/23 Methods in molecular biology (Clifton, N.J.)
Structural determinants of REMORIN nanodomain formation in anionic membranes Marie Boudsocq 01/01/23 Biophysical Journal
Insight into the control of nodule immunity and senescence during Medicago truncatula symbiosis Gautier Bernal, Ait Salem Elhosseyn, Cyrille El Kassis, Marie Garmier, Pascal Ratet, Veronique Gruber 01/01/23 Plant Physiology
WOX11 and CRL1 act synergistically to promote crown root development by maintaining cytokinin homeostasis in rice Dao Xiu Zhou 01/01/23 New Phytologist
Metabolic regulation of the plant epigenome Xiaoyun Cui, D. X. Zhou 01/01/23 Plant Journal
S-Nitrosylation of the histone deacetylase HDA19 stimulates its activity to enhance plant stress tolerance in Arabidopsis Yu Zheng, Xiaoyun Cui, Zheng Yang, Gilles Chatel-Innocenti, Hélène Vanacker, Graham Noctor, Emmanuelle Issakidis-Bourguet, D. X. Zhou 01/01/23 Plant Journal
Mitochondrial Complex I Disruption Causes Broad Reorchestration of Plant Lipidome Including Chloroplast Lipids Rosine De Paepe 01/01/23 International Journal of Molecular Sciences
Cell-specific pathways recruited for symbiotic nodulation in the Medicago truncatula legume Carole Laffont, Florian Frugier 12/05/22 Molecular Plant
Identification of beneficial Lebanese Trichoderma spp. wheat endophytes Naeif Matar, Catherine Macadré, Gamal A.G. Ammar, Alexis Peres, Marie Dufresne, Pascal Ratet 12/02/22 Frontiers in Plant Science
A hierarchical transcriptional network activates specific CDK inhibitors that regulate G2 to control cell size and number in Arabidopsis Ying Huang, David Latrasse, Jing An, Cécile Raynaud, Moussa Benhamed 12/01/22 Nature Communications

Number of publications of the laboratory by scientific field (2016-2021)

Every paper can be classified in one or more scientific fields. The figure below shows the lab's number of publications in each scientific field, according to the ASJC classification (Elsevier)