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Professeur, Université de Bourgogne
Pôle : IPM
Equipe/Thème : Immunité de la vigne: mécanismes et stimulation
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Curriculum Vitae


2015 : Habilitation à Diriger des Recherches, Université de Bourgogne, Dijon

2002 : Doctorat “Biochimie Biologie Cellulaire et Moléculaire”, Université de Bourgogne, Dijon 

1997 : Diplôme d’Etudes Approfondies “Physiologie Cellulaire et Moléculaire des Plantes”, Universités Paris XI, Paris VI, INA-PG 

1996 : Maîtrise Sciences et Techniques “Techniques Bio-Industrielles”, Université d’Orléans 

1994 : Brevet de Technicien Supérieur “Biochimie”, Ecole Supérieure des Techniques de Biologie Appliquée, Paris 


2019-... : Professeur des universités, Université de Bourgogne, Dijon

2004-2019 : Maître de conférences en Biochimie et Biologie Moléculaire, université de bourgogne, Dijon

 2002-2004 : Post-Doctorant, Institut de Biologie Végétale, Université de Fribourg, Suisse, équipe de F. Mauch     

1998-2002 : Doctorant, UMR CNRS/INRA/Université de Bourgogne Plantes Microbes Environnement, équipe d’A. Pugin 

1996-1997 : Stagiaire DEA PCMP, INRA Versailles, Laboratoire de Biologie Cellulaire, équipe de M. Laloue 

1995-1996 : Stagiaire MST TBI, LVMH Recherche, Nanterre, équipe de M. Boulay et P. Coutos-Thévenot 

1994-1995 : Stagiaire MST TBI, Agrogène, Moissy Cramayel, équipe de I. Henry


Activités de Recherche

  • Etude des Interactions Plantes-Microorganismes (Plant Microbe Interactions)
  • Recherche de récepteurs aux  éliciteurs de réactions de défense des plantes (Pattern Recognition Receptor & Pathogen Associated Molecular Pattern),
  • Criblage et développement de produits de biocontrôle
  • Signalisation impliquée dans les réactions de défense (ROS, Ca2+, MAPK, defense genes…)
  • mécanismes moléculaires de la résistance induite (PAMP-Triggered Immunity)

Activités d'enseignement

  • Coordinateur des Relations Internationales de l’UFR SVTE (ERASMUS, BCI, échanges internationaux, conventions bilatérales…)
  • Responsable du Master 1 Sciences Vie Santé, parcours Biochimie Biologie Moléculaire
  • Responsable de la Formation « Bioinformatique » des doctorants de l’Ecole Doctorale 554 ES
  • Co-responsable du module « Stages-Rapport » en Master 1 Biochimie Biologie Moléculaire
  • Responsable du module « Outils d’investigation en biologie » du Master 1 Biologie Santé


• Héloir MC, Adrian M, Brulé D, Claverie J, Cordelier S, Daire X, Dorey S, Gauthier A, Lemaître-Guillier C, Negrel J, Trdá L, Trouvelot S, Vandelle E, Poinssot B. Recognition of Elicitors in Grapevine: From MAMP and DAMP Perception to Induced Resistance. Front Plant Sci. 2019 Sep 18;10:1117.
• De Bona GS, Adrian M, Negrel J, Chiltz A, Klinguer A, Poinssot B, Héloir MC, Angelini E, Vincenzi S, Bertazzon N. Dual Mode of Action of Grape Cane Extracts against Botrytis cinerea. J Agric Food Chem. 2019 May 15;67(19):5512-5520.
• Brulé D, Villano C, Davies LJ, Trdá L, Claverie J, Héloir MC, Chiltz A, Adrian, M, Darblade B, Tornero P, Stransfeld L, Boutrot F, Zipfel C, Dry IB, Poinssot B. The grapevine (Vitis vinifera) LysM receptor kinases VvLYK1-1 and VvLYK1-2 mediate chitooligosaccharide-triggered immunity. Plant Biotechnol J. 2019 Apr;17(4):812-825.
• Claverie J, Balacey S, Lemaître-Guillier C, Brulé D, Chiltz A, Granet L, Noirot E, Daire X, Darblade B, Héloir MC, Poinssot B. The Cell Wall-Derived Xyloglucan Is a New DAMP Triggering Plant Immunity in Vitis vinifera and Arabidopsis thaliana. Front Plant Sci. 2018 Nov 28;9:1725.
Lemaître-Guillier C., Hovasse A., Schaeffer-Reiss C., Poinssot B., Trouvelot S., Daire X., Adrian M., Héloir M.C. (2017). Proteomics towards the understanding of elicitor induced resistance of grapevine against downy mildew. J. Proteomics, 156: 113-125.
• Adrian M., Lucio M., Roullier-Gall C., Héloir M.C., Trouvelot S., Daire X., Kanawati B., Guillier C., Poinssot B., Gougeon R.D., Schmitt-Kopplin P., (2017). Metabolic fingerprint of PS3-induced resistance of grapevine leaves against Plasmopara viticola revealed differences in elicitor-triggered defenses. Front. Plant Sci., 8:101.
• Claverie J., Teyssier L., Brulé D., Héloir M.C., Connat J.L., Lamotte O., Poinssot B. (2016). Fighting bacterial infections: the plant immune system is also very efficient! Med. Sci. 32(4), 335-339.
• Kelloniemi J., Trouvelot S., Héloir M.C., Simon A., Dalmais B., Frettinger P., Cimerman A., Fermaud M., Roudet J., Baulande S., Bruel C., Choquer M., Couvelard L., Duthieuw M., Ferrarini A., Flors V., Le Pêcheur P., Loisel E., Morgant G., Poussereau N., Pradier J.M., Rascle C., Trdá L., *Poinssot B., *Viaud M. (2015). Analysis of the molecular dialogue between gray mold (Botrytis cinerea) and grapevine (Vitis vinifera) reveals a clear shift in defense mechanisms during berry ripening. Accepted Mol. Plant Microbe Interact. 28(11), 1167-1180. *co-corresponding authors.
• Trdá L., Boutrot F., Claverie J., Brulé D., Clément C., Dorey S., Poinssot B. (2015). Perception of pathogenic or beneficial bacteria and their evasion of host immunity: pattern recognition receptors in the frontline. Front. Plant Sci. 6:219.
• Lachhab N., Sanzani M., Adrian M., Chiltz A., Balacey S., Boselli M., Ippolito A., Poinssot B. (2014). Soybean and casein hydrolysates induce grapevine immune responses and resistance against Plasmopara viticola. Front. Plant Sci. 5:716.
• Trouvelot S., Héloir M.C., Poinssot B., Gauthier A., Paris F., Guillier C., Combier M., Tdrá L., Daire X., Adrian M. (2014). Carbohydrates in plant immunity and plant protection: roles and potential application as foliar sprays. Front. Plant Sci. 5:592.
• Gauthier A., Trouvelot S., Kelloniemi J., Frettinger P., Wendehenne D., Daire X., Joubert J.M., Ferrarini A., Delledone M., Flors V., Poinssot B. (2014). The sulfated laminarin triggers a stress transcriptome before priming the SA- and ROS-dependent defenses during grapevine’s induced resistance against Plasmopara viticola. Plos ONE. 9(2):e88145.
• Trdá L., Fernandez O., Boutrot F., Héloir M.C., Kelloniemi J., Daire X., Adrian M., Clément C., Zipfel C., Dorey S., Poinssot B. (2014). The grapevine flagellin receptor VvFLS2 differentially recognizes flagellin-derived epitopes from the endophytic growth promoting bacterium Burkholderia phytofirmans and plant pathogenic bacteria. New Phytol., 201(4), 1371-1384.
• Manzoor H., Kelloniemi J., Chiltz A., Wendehenne D., Pugin A., Poinssot B., Garcia-Brugger A. (2013) Involvement of the glutamate receptor AtGLR3.3 in plant defense signaling and resistance to Hyaloperonospora arabidopsidis. Plant J. 76(3), 466-480.
• Luis P., Gauthier A., Trouvelot S., Poinssot B., Frettinger P. (2013) The identification of Plasmopara viticola genes involved in pathogenesis on grapevine reveals new similarities between oomycetes and true fungi. Phytopathology 103(10), 1035-1044.
• Steimetz E., Trouvelot S., Gindro K., Bordier A., Poinssot B., Adrian M., Daire X. (2012) Influence of leaf age on induced resistance in grapevine against Plasmopara viticola. Physiol. Mol. Plant Pathol. 79: 89-96.
• Rasul S., Dubreuil-Maurizi C., Lamotte O., Poinssot B., Alcaraz G., Wendehenne D., Jeandroz S. (2012) Nitric oxide production mediates oligogalacturonides-triggered immunity and resistance to Botrytis cinerea in Arabidopsis thaliana. Plant Cell Environ. 35(8):1483-1499.
• Dubreuil-Maurizi C. and Poinssot B. (2012) Role of glutathione in plant signaling under biotic stress. Plant Signal. Behav. : 7(2), 210-212.
• Dubreuil-Maurizi C., Vitecek J., Marty L., Branciard L., Frettinger P., Wendehenne D., Meyer A., Mauch F. and Poinssot B. (2011) The glutathione depletion in the Arabidopsis pad2 mutant depends on the low amount of glutamate-cysteine ligase protein which disturbs defence gene expression, reactive oxygen species production and hypersensitive response. Plant Physiol.:157(4), 2000-2012.
• Gamm M., Héloir M-C., Kelloniemi J., Poinssot B., Wendehenne D.and Adrian M. (2011) Identification of reference genes suitable for qRT-PCR in grapevine and application for the study of the expression of genes involved in pterostilbene synthesis. Mol. Genet. Genomics, 285(4), 273-285.
• Dubreuil-Maurizi C., Trouvelot S., Frettinger P., Pugin A., Wendehenne D. and Poinssot B. (2010) β-Aminobutyric acid primes a NADPH oxidase-dependent reactive oxygen species production during grapevine triggered immunity. Mol. Plant Microbe Interact., 23(8), 1012-1021.
• Aziz, A., Gauthier A., Bézier A., Poinssot B., Joubert J.M., Pugin A., Heyraud A. and Baillieul F. (2007) Elicitor and resistance-inducing activities of beta-1,4 cellodextrins in grapevine, comparison with beta- 1,3 glucans and alpha- 1,4 oligogalacturonides. J. Exp. Bot.: 58(6):1463-1472.
• ‡Parisy V., ‡Poinssot B., Owsianowski L., Buchala A., Glazebrook  J., and Mauch F. (2007) Identification of PAD2 as a gamma-glutamylcysteine synthetase highlights the importance of glutathione in disease resistance of Arabidopsis. Plant J., 49(1): 159-172. ‡co-auteurs.
• Conrath, U., Beckers, G., Flors, V., Garcia-Agustin, P., Jakab, G., Mauch, F., Newman, M., Pieterse, C., Poinssot, B., Pozo, M., Pugin, A., Schaffrath, U., Ton, J., Wendehenne, D., Zimmerli, L. and Mauch-Mani, B. (2006) Priming: getting ready for battle. Mol. Plant Microbe Interact., 19(10), 1062-1071.
• Garcia-Brugger A., Vandelle E., Lamotte O., Bourque S., Lecourieux D., Poinssot B., Wendehenne D. and Pugin A. (2006). Early signaling events triggered by elicitors of plant defenses. Mol. Plant Microbe Interact., 19(7) :711-724.
• Kunz C., Vandelle E., Rolland S., Poinssot B., Bruel C., Cimerman A., Zotti C., Moreau E., Védel R., Pugin A., and Boccara M. (2006).Characterisation of a new, non pathogenic mutant of Botrytis cinerea with impaired plant colonization capacity.  New Phytol., 170(3):537-550.
• Vandelle E., Poinssot B., Wendehenne D., Bentéjac M., and Pugin A. (2006). Integrated signaling network involving calcium, nitric oxide, and active oxygen species but not mitogen-activated protein kinases in BcPG1-elicited grapevine defenses. Mol. Plant Microbe Interact., 19(4):429-440.
• ‡Aziz A., ‡Poinssot B., Daire X., Adrian M., Bézier A., Lambert B., Joubert J-M., and Pugin A. (2003). Laminarin elicits defense responses in grapevine and induces protection against Botrytis cinerea and Plasmopara viticola. Mol. Plant Microbe Interact., 16 (12), 1118-1128. ‡co-auteurs.
• Poinssot B., Vandelle E., Bentéjac M., Adrian M., Levis C., Brygoo Y., Garin J., Sicilia F., Coutos-Thévenot P., and Pugin A. (2003). The endopolygalacturonase 1 from Botrytis cinerea activates grapevine defence reactions unrelated to its enzymatic activity. Mol. Plant Microbe Interact., 16 (6), 553-564.
• Gomès E., Sagot E., Gaillard C., Laquitaine L., Poinssot B., Sannejouan Y.H., Delrot S. and Coutos-Thévenot P. (2003). Nonspecific lipid-transfer protein genes expression in grape (Vitis sp.) cells in response to fungal elicitor treatments. Mol. Plant Microbe Interact., 16 (5), 456-464.
• Coutos-Thévenot P., Poinssot B., Bonomelli A., Yean H., Breda C., Buffard D., Esnault R., Hain R., and Boulay M. (2001). In vitro tolerance to Botrytis cinerea of grapevine 41B rootstock in transgenic plants expressing the stilbene synthase Vst1 gene under the control of a pathogen-inducible PR10 promoter. J. Exp. Bot., 52 (358), 901-910.

Mots clés

Plant Immunity, Induced Resistance, PAMP, PRR, Vitis vinifera, Arabidopsis thaliana, Botrytis cinerea, Plasmopara viticola


Principaux contrats

  • Coordinateur projet ANR Ecophyto-Maturation « Chitoprotect » (2020-2023) en collaboration avec des partenaires industriels (Phyteurop et Elicityl) et académiques (LCPO, Université de Bordeaux, CNRS) 
  • Coordinateur projet Plant2Pro « VitiLYKs » (2020-2023) en collaboration avec deux partenaires académiques (UMR AGAP, INRAE, IFV, Montpellier ; UMR EFGV, Université de Bordeaux, CNRS, INRAE) -
  • Coordinateur France (ANR) du projet trinational Plant KBBE « PAMP-Triggered Immunity in Crops » (ANR « PATRIC » ; 2014-2017) en partenariat avec des partenaires académiques allemands et espagnols ainsi que des partenaires industriels (Elicityl, Plant Response Biotech)
  • Responsable de « WorkPackages » dans un projet de recherche européen FP6 ERA-NET coordonné par Cyril Zipfel avec des partenaires académiques anglais, allemands et hollandais (ERA PG « PRR CROP » 2009-2012)
  • Responsable de « WorkPackages» dans des projets nationaux et régionaux :
  1. ANR blanc « Galapagos » (2013-2015) coordonné par Jérôme Pelloux & David Wendehenne et réalisé avec des partenaires académiques (INRAE Nantes, U. Picardie, U. Bourgogne). 
  2. ANR génomique « Safegrape » (2009-2011) coordonné par Muriel Viaud et réalisé avec des partenaires académiques (U. Lyon, INRAE Versailles, U. Reims) et des industriels (CNIV, Bayer).  
  3. PARI Région Bourgogne (2011-2012-2013) en partenariat avec l’interprofession viticole (BIVB).


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