Fabrice MICHEL

Maître de conférence / Assistant professor

Publications

  • BELLOTT L., GILMER D. and MICHEL F.

    Hit two birds with one stone: the multiple properties of (viral) RNA silencing suppressors

    Virologie, 23(6):335-58, 2019. | DOI : 10.1684/vir.2019.0797DOI logo

  • BELLOTT L., MICHEL F. and GILMER D.

    D’une pierre deux coups : les multiples caractéristiques des suppresseurs (viraux) de l’interférence par l’ARN

    Virologie, 23(6):335-358, 2019. | DOI : 10.1684/vir.2019.0797DOI logo

  • GILMER D., RATTI C. and MICHEL F.

    Long-distance movement of helical multipartite phytoviruses: keep connected or die?

    Current Opinion in Virology, 33:120-128, 2018.

  • MONTAVON T., KWON Y., ZIMMERMANN A., HAMMANN P., VINCENT T., COGNAT V., BERGDOLL M., MICHEL F. and DUNOYER P.

    Characterization of DCL4 missense alleles provides insights into its ability to process distinct classes of dsRNA substrates.

    Plant Journal, 95(2):204-218, 2018. | DOI : doi: 10.1111/tpj.13941DOI logo

  • MONTAVON T., KWON Y.R., ZIMMERMANN A., HAMMANN P., VINCENT T., COGNAT V., MICHEL F. and DUNOYER P.

    A specific dsRNA-binding protein complex selectively sequesters endogenous inverted-repeat siRNA precursors and inhibits their processing

    Nucleic Acids Research, 45(3):1330-1344, 2017. | DOI : 10.1093/nar/gkw1264DOI logo

  • INCARBONE M., ZIMMERMANN A., HAMMANN P., ERHARDT M., MICHEL F. and DUNOYER P.

    Neutralization of mobile antiviral small RNA through peroxisomal import

    Nature Plants, 3:17094, 2017. | DOI : 10.1038/nplants.2017.94DOI logo

  • MONTAVON T., KWON Y., ZIMMERMANN A., MICHEL F. and DUNOYER P.

    New DRB complexes for new DRB functions in plants

    RNA Biology, 14(12):1637-1641, 2017. | DOI : doi: 10.1080/15476286.2017.1343787DOI logo

  • GIBBINGS D., LEBLANC P., JAY F., PONTIER D., MICHEL F., SCHWAB Y., ALAIS S., LAGRANGE T. and VOINNET O.

    Human prion protein binds Argonaute and promotes accumulation of microRNA effector complexes

    Nature Structural and Molecular Biology, 19(5):517-524, 2012. | DOI : 10.1038/nsmb.2273DOI logo