Bruce J. B., Lion S., Buckling A., Westra E. & Gandon S. (2021) Regulation of prophage induction and lysogenization by phage communication systems. Current Biology. 31: 1-6. [pdf] [doi]


Chevallereau A., Rollie C., Watson B., Chyou T., Fradet O., McLeod I., Fineran P., Brown C., Gandon S. & Westra E. R. (2020) Targeting of temperate phages drives loss of type I crispr-cas systems. Nature. 578: 149-153. [doi]


Westra E. R., Van Houte S., Gandon S. & Whitaker R. (2019) The ecology and evolution of microbial crispr-cas adaptive immune systems. Philosophical Transactions B. [doi]


Ansaldi M., Debarbieux L., Gandon S., Petit M., Tavares P. & Boulanger P. (2018) "French phage network" -- third meeting report. Viruses. 10(3): 123. [doi]

Chabas H., Lion S., Nicot A., Meaden S., van Houte S., Moineau S., Wahl L. M., Westra E. R. & Gandon S. (2018) Evolutionary emergence of infectious diseases in heterogeneous host populations. PLoS Biology. 16(9): e2006738. [pdf] [doi]

Landsberger M., Gandon S., Meaden S., Rollie C., Chevallereau A., Chabas H., Buckling A., Westra E. R. & van Houte S. (2018) Anti-crispr phages cooperate to overcome crispr-cas immunity. Cell. 174(4): 908-916. [doi]


Torres-Barceló C., Kaltz O., Froissart R., Gandon S., Ginet N. & Ansaldi M. (2017) "French phage network" -- second meeting report. Viruses. 9(4): 87. [doi]


Gandon S. (2016) Why be temperate: lessons from bacteriophage lambda. Trends in Microbiology. 24(5): 356-365. [pdf] [doi]

van Houte S. & 10 others (2016) The diversity-generating benefits of a prokaryotic adaptive immune system. Nature. 532(7599): 385-388. [pdf] [doi]


Vale P. F., Lafforgue G., Gatchitch F., Gardan R., Moineau S. & Gandon S. (2015) Costs of CRISPR-Cas mediated resistance in Streptococcus thermophilus. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B. 282(1812): 20151270. [pdf] [doi]


Poullain V., Gandon S., Brockhurst M., Buckling A. & Hochberg M. (2007) The evolution of specificity in evolving and coevolving antagonistic interactions between bacteria and phage. Evolution. 61: 1-11. [pdf]

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