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Patents
You will find here the complete list of patents linked to the TULIP LabEx activity.

Year 2017

Combier JP, Guillotin B, Lauressergues D. (2017) Peptides et leur utilisation pour moduler l'expression des gènes. Dépôt 17/02/2017 (UPS/CNRS).

Combier JP. (2017) Peptides et leur utilisation pour moduler l’accumulation de miRs dans une cellule. Dépôt 17/02/2017 (UPS/CNRS).

Zouine M, Maza E, Djari A, Frasse P, Bouzayen M. (2017) TomExpress, a unified tomato RNA-Seq platform for visualization of expression data, clustering and correlation networks. Dépôt 12/04/2017 (INP/INRA) APP IDDN.FR.001.160022.000.S.P.2017.000.10300.

Year 2016

Combier JP, Deschaseaux F, Prel A. (2016) Peptides thérapeutiques. Dépôt 22/12/2016 (UPS/CNRS/INSERM/EFS) : FR 16/63245.

Year 2015

Bellec A., Bergès H., Gouzy J., Langlade N., Marnande W., Mayjonade B., Muños S., Vincourt P. (2015) Protocole de séquençage haut-débit d’extrémités de BAC. FR 14 62211-RS.

Combier JP. (2015) Utilisation de micropeptides pour la modulation de microARNs. Dépôt 24/03/2015 (UPS/CNRS) : FR 15/52463.

Combier JP, Lauressergues D, Bécard G. (2015) Utilisation de micropeptides pour favoriser la symbiose mycorhizienne. Dépôt 24/03/2015 (UPS/CNRS) : FR 15/52462.

Combier JP, André O. (2015) Utilisation de micropeptides pour favoriser la nodulation des plantes. Dépôt 24/03/2015 (UPS/CNRS) : FR 15/52461.

Combier JP, Lauressergues D, Bécard G. (2015) Utilisation de micropeptides pour favoriser la croissance des plantes. Dépôt 24/03/2015 (UPS/CNRS) : FR 15/52469.

Year 2014

Combier JP, Lauressergues D, Bécard G. (2014) Utilisation de micropeptides pour favoriser la symbiose mycorhizienne. Dépôt 03/06/2014 (UPS/CNRS) : FR 14/55047.

Combier JP, Lauressergues D, Bécard G. (2014) Utilisation de micropeptides pour favoriser la croissance des plantes. Dépôt 03/06/2014 (UPS/CNRS) : FR 14/55046.

Combier JP, Lauressergues D, Bécard G, Payre F, Plaza S, Cavaillé J. (2014) Micropeptides et leur utilisation pour moduler l’expression de gènes. Dépôt 03/06/2014 (UPS/CNRS) : FR 14/55044.

Errakhi, R., Attia, F., Cabanes, C., Vergnes, S., Dumas, B., (2014) Utilisation en agriculture d’une nouvelle souche de Streptomyces. Brevet AGRONUTRITION – Université Paul Sabatier - CNRS PCT/FR2014/052388.

Mouloungui, Z., Lacroux, E., Belmas, E., Dumas, B., Attia, F. (2014) Procédé de préparation d’une composition de traitement de plante, composition obtenue et ses utilisations. Brevet AGRONUTRITION-INPT-INRA-CNRS - Université Paul Sabatier PCT/FR2015/053376

Mouloungui, Z., Dumas, B., Attia, F. (2014) Procédé de conservation de micro-organismes à température ambiante et composition » Brevet AGRONUTRITION-INPT-INRA-CNRS - Université Paul Sabatier PCT/FR2015/053373

Mouloungui, Z., Dumas, B., Attia, F. (2014) Composition antiseptique par contact ET procédé non-thérapeutique de traitement antiseptique par contact Brevet AGRONUTRITION-INPT-INRA-CNRS - Université Paul Sabatier. PCT/FR2015/053374

Year 2013

Bono J-J., Fliegmann J., Lachaud C., Cullimore J., Cumener M., Gasciolli V., Lefebvre B., Malkov N., Rosenberg C. (2013) Utilisation d'un récepteur kinase à motifs LysM pour améliorer la réponse des plantes aux lipochitooligosaccharides. PCT/IB2013/058147.

Combier JP, Lauressergues D, Bécard G, Payre F, Plaza S, Cavaillé J. (2013) Micropeptides et leur utilisation pour moduler l’expression de gènes. Dépôt 31/10/2013 (UPS/CNRS) : FR 13/60727.

Herrbach V., Bensmihen S. (2013) Compositions and methods for enhancing plant growth and development. PCT/IB2013/058879.

Year 2012

Roby D., Debieu M., Huard-Chauveau C., Kars I., Perchepied L. and Roux F. (2012) RKS1 Resistance to black rot disease in plants from the Brassicaceae, Solanaceae and Cucurbitaceae families. Patent INRA #EP 12305106.2.

Rodiuc N, Marco Y, Favery B, Keller H. (2012) Plants resistant to pathogens and methods for production. thereof #WO/2012/017067.

Year 2011

Cam Y., Meilhoc E., Bruand C. (2010/2011) A method for increasing legume productivity by cultivating a plant with an associated rhizobium overexpressing a flavohemoglobin protein.Brevet européen (n° 103 0648 1.2 du 22 décembre 2010), puis international (n° PCT/EP2011/073751 du 22 décembre 2011).