Peter Mergaert - Publications#

Publications in international journals with peer review: 73 (h-index=36; citations=5155), Patent: 1, Book Chapters: 10

Mergaert*, P., Kereszt, A., and Kondorosi, E. (2020). Gene expression in nitrogen-fixing symbiotic nodule cells in Medicago truncatula and other nodulating plants. Plant Cell 32, 42–68. doi:10.1105/tpc.19.00494. IF=8.631. *corresponding author.

Kikuchi, Y., Ohbayashi, T., Jang, S., and Mergaert, P. (2020). Burkholderia insecticola triggers midgut closure in the bean bug Riptortus pedestris to prevent secondary bacterial infections of midgut crypts. ISME J. doi:10.1038/s41396-020-0633-3. IF=9.267.

Travin, D.Y., Watson, Z.L., Metelev, M., Ward, F.R., Osterman, I.A., Khven, I.M., Khabibullina, N.F., Serebryakova, M., Mergaert, P., Polikanov, Y.S., Cate, J.H.D., and Severinov, K. (2019). Structure of ribosome-bound azole-modified peptide phazolicin rationalizes its species-specific mode of bacterial translation inhibition. Nat. Commun. 10, 4563. doi:10.1038/s41467-019-12589-5. IF=11,878.

Ohbayashi, T., Futahashi, R., Terashima, M., Barriere, Q., Lamouche, F., Meng, X.-Y., Mitani, Y., Sone, T., Shigenobu, S., Fukatsu, T., Mergaert*, P., and Kikuchi, Y. (2019). Comparative cytology, physiology and transcriptomics of Burkholderia insecticola in symbiosis with the bean bug Riptortus pedestris and in culture ISME J. 13, 1469–1483. doi: 10.1038/s41396-019-0361-8. IF=9.267. *corresponding author.

Mergaert, P. (2018). Role of antimicrobial peptides in controlling symbiotic bacterial populations. Nat. Prod. Rep. 35, 336-356. doi: 10.1039/c7np00056a. IF=11.014.

Nagymihály, M., Veluchamy, A., Györgypál, Z., Ariel, F., Jégu, T., Benhamed, M., Szűcs, A., Kereszt, A., Mergaert*, P.and Kondorosi*, E. (2017). Ploidy-dependent changes in the epigenome of symbiotic cells correlate with specific patterns of gene expression. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA 114, 4543–4548. IF=9.661. *corresponding author.

Mergaert*, P., Kikuchi, Y., Shigenobu, S., and Nowack, E.C.M. (2017). Metabolic integration of bacterial endosymbionts through antimicrobial peptides. Trends Microbiol. 25, 703-712. doi: 10.1016/j.tim.2017.04.007. IF=11.020. *corresponding author.

Major past publications that have been responsible for international recogniation:

Haag, A.F., Baloban, M., Sani, M., Kerscher, B., Pierre, O., Farkas, A., Longhi, R., Boncompagni, E., Hérouart, D., Dall’Angelo, S., Kondorosi, E., Zanda, M., Mergaert*, P., and Ferguson*, G.P. (2011). Protection of Sinorhizobium against host cysteine-rich antimicrobial peptides is critical for symbiosis. PLoS Biol. 9, e1001169. IF=12.469. *corresponding author.

Van de Velde, W., Zehirov, G., Szatmari, A., Debreczeny, M., Ishihara, H., Kevei, Z., Farkas, A., Mikulass, K., Nagy, A., Tiricz, H., Satiat-Jeunemaître, B., Alunni, B., Bourge, M., Kucho, K., Abe, M., Kereszt, A., Maorti, G., Uchiumi, T., Kondorosi, E., and Mergaert, P. (2010). Nodule specific peptides govern terminal differentiation of bacteria in symbiosis. Science 327, 1122-1126. IF=31.364.

Mergaert, P., Uchiumi, T., Alunni, B., Evanno, G., Cheron, A., Catrice, O., Mausset, A.-E., Barloy-Hubler, F., Galibert, F., Kondorosi, A., and Kondorosi, E. (2006). Eukaryotic control on bacterial cell cycle and differentiation in Rhizobium-legume symbiosis. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA 103, 5230-5235. IF=9.771.

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