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17-Mar-2021Comparative genomics of Xanthomonas euroxanthea and Xanthomonas arboricola pv. juglandis strains isolated from a single walnut host treeFernandes, Camila; Martins, Leonor; Teixeira, Miguel; Blom, Jochen; Pothier, Joël, et al
8-Oct-2020Complete or high-quality draft genome sequences of six Xanthomonas hortorum strains sequenced with short- and long-read technologiesDia, Nay C.; Rezzonico, Fabio; Smits, Theo H. M.; Pothier, Joël F.
1-Jun-2022Differentiation of the Xanthomonas hortorum – Xanthomonas hydrangeae species complex using sensitive and selective LAMP assaysDia, Nay C.; Cottyn, Bart; Blom, Jochen; Smits, Theo H. M.; Pothier, Joël F.
20-May-2021First report of bacterial leaf spot of Hydrangea in retail nurseries in Belgium caused by strains assigned to a new Xanthomonas hortorum cladeCottyn, B.; De Paepe, B.; Dia, Nay; Van Malderghem, C.; Pothier, Joël, et al
Dec-2021Integrating science on Xanthomonadaceae for sustainable plant disease management in EuropeCosta, Joana; Pothier, Joël F.; Boch, Jens; Stefani, Emilio; Jacques, Marie-Agnès, et al
16-Apr-2021Trends in molecular diagnosis and diversity studies for phytosanitary regulated XanthomonasCatara, Vittoria; Cubero, Jaime; Pothier, Joël; Bosis, Eran; Bragard, Claude, et al
14-Sep-2020Xanthomonas euroxanthea sp. nov. : a new xanthomonad species including pathogenic and non-pathogenic strains of walnutMartins, Leonor; Fernandes, Camila; Blom, Jochen; Dia, Nay C.; Pothier, Joël F., et al
23-Jan-2022Xanthomonas hortorum – beyond gardens : current taxonomy, genomics, and virulence repertoiresDia, Nay C.; Morinière, Lucas; Cottyn, Bart; Bernal, Eduardo; Jacobs, Jonathan M., et al
16-Dec-2021Xanthomonas hydrangeae sp. nov., a novel plant pathogen isolated from Hydrangea arborescensDia, Nay C.; Van Vaerenbergh, Johan; Van Malderghem, Cinzia; Blom, Jochen; Smits, Theo H. M., et al