|Patricia Bella||University of Palermo, Dept. of Agricultural and Forest Sciences, Italy||
Validation of a new LAMP assay for the identification and detection of Xanthomonas campestris pv. campestris in brassica plants and seeds using the ICGENE system
University of Warwick, UK
|Alice Boulanger||National institute for agronomic research and Toulouse III University, France||
Genetics of bacterial fitness of X. campestris in vitro and in planta
University of California Berkeley, USA
|Giusy D’Attoma||Università degli Studi di Bari Aldo Moro, Italy||Xylella fastidiosa: studies on host-pathogen interactions||Auburn University, Dept. of Entomology and Plant Pathology, USA||Download|
|Luca De Vincenti||Università degli Studi di Milano, Italy||Unravelling the antibiofilm effects of plant-derived compounds at non- lethal concentrations against the phytopathogenic bacteria Xylella fastidiosa||Auburn University, Dept. of Entomology and Plant Pathology, USA||Download|
|Tanja Dreo||National Institute of Biology, Ljubljana, Slovenia||Optimization of controlled in vitro growth of Xylella fastidiosa strains||Institute for Agricultural, Fisheries & Food Research, Merelbeke, Belgium||Download|
|Lionel Gagnevin||Centre de Coopération Internationale en Recherche Agronomique pour le Développement, Montpellier, France||Exploring the Naturalis Biodiversity Center herbarium for Xanthomonas symptoms on Rutaceae and Euphorbiaceae in order to reconstruct the evolution and emergence of diseases on Citrus and Cassava||Nationaal Herbarium Nederland, Leiden, The Netherlands||Download|
|Manka Pirc||National Institute of Biology, Department of Biotechnology and Systems Biology, Ljubljana, Slovenia||Multilocus sequence typing (MLST) for characterization and subspecies identification Xylella fastidiosa strains||INRA, Institute of Research in Horticulture and Seeds, Beaucouzé, France||Download|
|Maria Salzano||CREA – OFA, Italy||Studies on Xanthomonas citri subsp. citri (Xcc) survival on Citrus rutaceous relatives||National Institute for Agricultural and Food Research and Technology, Madrid, Spain||Download|
- exchange visits between researchers involved in a COST Action, allowing scientists to visit an institution or laboratory in another COST country;
- aimed at fostering collaboration, sharing new techniques and infrastructure that may not be available in other participants’ institutions or laboratories;
- minimum of 5 calendar days and a maximum of 90 calendar days.
- The mission must have a minimum duration of 91 calendar days.
- The mission must have a maximum duration of 180 calendar days.
- written agreement of the host institution,
- letter of support from the home institution (written agreement from the supervisor or group leader),
- supporting documents (CV of max. 2 pages, scientific work plan of max. 2 pages [max. 4 pages for long ECI-STSM], list of publications, covering letter, cost estimate for travel and subsistence).