Laure Weisskopf

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Department of Biology University of Fribourg, Fribourg, Fribourg, Switzerland 
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Prigigallo MI, De Stradis A, Anand A, et al. (2021) Basidiomycetes Are Particularly Sensitive to Bacterial Volatile Compounds: Mechanistic Insight Into the Case Study of Volatilome Against . Frontiers in Microbiology. 12: 684664
Weisskopf L, Schulz S, Garbeva P. (2021) Microbial volatile organic compounds in intra-kingdom and inter-kingdom interactions. Nature Reviews. Microbiology
Alfiky A, Weisskopf L. (2021) Deciphering -Plant-Pathogen Interactions for Better Development of Biocontrol Applications. Journal of Fungi (Basel, Switzerland). 7
Anand A, Chinchilla D, Tan C, et al. (2020) Contribution of Hydrogen Cyanide to the Antagonistic Activity of Strains Against . Microorganisms. 8
Joller C, De Vrieze M, Moradi A, et al. (2020) S-methyl Methanethiosulfonate: Promising Late Blight Inhibitor or Broad Range Toxin? Pathogens (Basel, Switzerland). 9
Wenger A, Schmidt RS, Portmann R, et al. (2020) Identification of a species-specific aminotransferase in Pediococcus acidilactici capable of forming α-aminobutyrate. Amb Express. 10: 100
De Vrieze M, Varadarajan AR, Schneeberger K, et al. (2020) Linking Comparative Genomics of Nine Potato-Associated Isolates With Their Differing Biocontrol Potential Against Late Blight. Frontiers in Microbiology. 11: 857
Eida AA, Bougouffa S, L'Haridon F, et al. (2020) Genome Insights of the Plant-Growth Promoting Bacterium JZ38 With Volatile-Mediated Antagonistic Activity Against . Frontiers in Microbiology. 11: 369
Garbeva P, Weisskopf L. (2020) Airborne medicine: bacterial volatiles and their influence on plant health. The New Phytologist. 226: 32-43
Chinchilla D, Bruisson S, Meyer S, et al. (2019) A sulfur-containing volatile emitted by potato-associated bacteria confers protection against late blight through direct anti-oomycete activity. Scientific Reports. 9: 18778
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