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Benthamiana rhapsody

Sophien Kamoun
2022 Zenodo  
Source: Kamoun Lab. https://medium.com/p/b90992ce5500/edit faster and would trigger a stronger immune response than you would normally get with the wild-type sequence.  ...  For more information, see Bozkurt and Kamoun ABAB. https://medium.com/p/b90992ce5500/edit this unexpected experimental system to solve the global plant health problems that we face.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.5866234 fatcat:rzq3qv66pvhxdkfojablyyfupu

How to select a PhD lab? [article]

Sophien Kamoun
2019 Zenodo  
I regularly get this question from predocs. How do I select a PhD lab? How do I decide on a good supervisor? Should I select a lab based on a project? Below is a hodgepodge of the answers I generally give.
doi:10.5281/zenodo.3531915 fatcat:skpjghggbfgdfloq66l6g75rte

NLR receptor networks in plants

Hiroaki Adachi, Sophien Kamoun
2022 Zenodo  
To fight off diverse pathogens and pests, the plant immune system must recognize these invaders; however, as plant immune receptors evolve to recognize a pathogen, the pathogen often evolves to escape this recognition. Plant–pathogen co-evolution has led to the vast expansion of a family of intracellular immune receptors—nucleotide-binding domain and leucine-rich repeat proteins (NLRs). When an NLR receptor recognizes a pathogen ligand, it activates immune signaling and thus initiates defense
more » ... sponses. However, in contrast to the model of NLRs acting individually to activate resistance, an emerging paradigm holds that plants have complex receptor networks where the large repertoire of functionally specialized NLRs operate together to act against an equally large repertoire of rapidly evolving pathogen effectors. In this article, we highlight key aspects of immune receptor networks in plant NLR biology and discuss NLR network architecture, the advantages of this receptor network system, and the evolution of the NLR network in asterid plants.
doi:10.5281/zenodo.6331495 fatcat:idfqcws62jbavczsax57ld4j4y

Keeping up with the plant killers

Sophien Kamoun
2021 Zenodo  
I gave this talk in 2020, the International Year of Plant Health, to discuss the pathogens that infect our crop plants. You can see that this talk dates to April 2020 — so, while we were all thinking about a viral pandemic, other pandemics, pandemics of plant diseases, were threatening our crops. Here, I start with a brief illustration of the power of plant pathogens to re-shape plant development, then explore how other plant killers affect the crops we depend on for our survival and how plants protect themselves against these killers.
doi:10.5281/zenodo.5574370 fatcat:tskimc4ruvebbektbn6ipvk3cu

Tips for writing academic paper threads

Sophien Kamoun
2022 Zenodo  
The Title of your article is your billboard, but you can also advertize your work with paper threads. Here is how to make the most out of this latest genre in scientific writing, which has taken academic Twitter by storm.
doi:10.5281/zenodo.5833583 fatcat:oq2twybpnveelcvjg4brpp7s5a

Featured Book: Pioneering Women in Plant Pathology

Sophien Kamoun
2021 Zenodo  
In this video, Sophien Kamoun briefly introduces the inspiring book "Pioneering Women in Plant Pathology", published by the American Phytopathological Society and edited by Jean Ristaino.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.5547772 fatcat:7tyl326rvfcgxaqyfwtgceihd4

Tales from the plague - more phylloxera anecdotes

Sophien Kamoun
2022 Zenodo  
Following the post "Death to the hybrids" on how technology saved the wine industry from an insect pest, here is some surprising phylloxera themed anecdotes that were brought to my attention by readers.
doi:10.5281/zenodo.6350129 fatcat:tpd5mth3ujb4pjg7vyecjzqyna

Death to the hybrids - cancelling plant breeding technologies

Sophien Kamoun
2022 Zenodo  
Plant breeding has always been fraught with politics. But, it is still baffling to plant scientists that some technologies are readily adopted while others are rejected.
doi:10.5281/zenodo.6334666 fatcat:dsdmqzkxrffmbnpsdkinrgiaiq

How to trick a plant pathogen?

Hiroaki Adachi, Aleksandra Białas, Sophien Kamoun
2020 Zenodo  
-H., Derevnina, L., Kamoun, S. (2018) Receptor networks underpin plant immunity. Science 360, 1300-1301  Wu, C.  ...  ., Kamoun, S. (2018) Plants have an immune system… and it's complicated. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mlp2mQTEVtQ  ...  Email: aleksandra.bialas@tsl.ac.uk Sophien Kamoun is a Group Leader at The Sainsbury Lab.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.3819945 fatcat:zzvpvajmqvanrkuzhxq7fvpaye

Journals 2.0: a roadmap to reinvent scientific publishing

Sophien Kamoun
2018 Zenodo  
Author: Sophien Kamoun  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.1466784 fatcat:76iey4g5fjdj5bh7ffqkcpq3pu

Molecular Genetics of Pathogenic Oomycetes

Sophien Kamoun
2003 Eukaryotic Cell  
Kamoun, unpublished data).  ...  Kamoun, unpublished data). Induction of defense responses and disease-like symptoms.  ... 
doi:10.1128/ec.2.2.191-199.2003 pmid:12684368 pmcid:PMC154851 fatcat:kwvjnz7bkvb3rdnhzmhy4hfdli

RefPlantNLR: a comprehensive collection of experimentally validated plant NLRs [article]

Jiorgos Kourelis, Sophien Kamoun
2020 bioRxiv   pre-print
Indirect detection is conceptualized by the guard and decoy models where the status of a host component-the guardee or decoy-is monitored by the NLR (van der Biezen and Jones, 1998; van der Hoorn and Kamoun  ... 
doi:10.1101/2020.07.08.193961 fatcat:pcmgpf37xjg2xlcprheujxjiwa

Fungal and oomycete genes galore

Sophien Kamoun, Stephen B. Goodwin
2007 New Phytologist  
Sophien Kamoun (Ohio State University, Wooster, OH, USA) provided an update on the five oomycete genomes that have been sequenced to date (Tyler et al., 2006) ( Table 1 ).  ...  Kamoun focused on one class of oomycete effectors, the so-called RXLR genes that are delivered inside plant cells to manipulate host defenses (Kamoun, 2006) .  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1469-8137.2007.02085.x pmid:17504454 fatcat:pvawjm65zjgzpgu2adecsiqpsq

Receptor networks underpin plant immunity

Chih-Hang Wu, Lida Derevnina, Sophien Kamoun
2018 Science  
There are three mechanistic layers that contribute to immune complexity; each layer is represented by network nodes that may display functional redundancy, differential dependency (represented by arrow intensity), and specificity. These layers may also be targeted by pathogen effectors. This contrasts with the simplified binary view of the gene-for-gene hypothesis.
doi:10.1126/science.aat2623 pmid:29930125 fatcat:raanfyhwybgavcenpngpcc52te

En terre étrangère: mon expérience en tant que chercheur immigrant

Sophien Kamoun
2021 Zenodo  
Traduit et adapté de Genome Biology 18, Article number: 232 (2017). https://doi.org/10.1186/s13059-017-1370-4
doi:10.5281/zenodo.5512648 fatcat:zlt2mywwzvd3tfrsmncxtwdpn4
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