Matthaios Mathioudakis Μediterranean Agronomic Institute of Chania, Department of Sustainable Agriculture, Greece
1 protocol

Ioannis Livieratos
  • Μediterranean Agronomic Institute of Chania, Department of Sustainable Agriculture, Greece
Research focus
  • Microbiology
  • 1 Author merit


Ph.D. in Plant Virology, Imperial College of Science Technology & Medicine, University of London, UK, 1999

Current position

Studies and Research Coordinator, Dept. Sustainable Agriculture, Mediterranean Agronomic Institute of Chania (MAICh), Crete, Greece

Publications (since 2005)

  1. Gkisakis, V., Kollaros, D., Bàrberi, P., Livieratos, I. and Kabourakis, E. (2015). Soil Arthropod Diversity in Organic, Integrated, and Conventional Olive Orchards and Different Agroecological Zones in Crete, Greece. Agroecology and Sustainable Food Systems 39(3): 276-294.
  2. Osman, T. A., Olsthoorn, R. C. and Livieratos, I. C. (2014). Role of the Pepino mosaic virus 3'-untranslated region elements in negative-strand RNA synthesis in vitro. Virus Res 190: 110-117.
  3. Mathioudakis, M. M., Rodriguez-Moreno, L., Sempere, R. N., Aranda, M. A. and Livieratos, I. (2014). Multifaceted capsid proteins: multiple interactions suggest multiple roles for Pepino mosaic virus capsid protein. Mol Plant Microbe Interact 27(12): 1356-1369.
  4. Owen, C. A., Mathioudakis, M. M., Gazivoda, A., Gal, P., Nol, N., Kalliampakou, K., Figas, A., Bellan, A., Iparaguirre, A., Rubio, L. and Livieratos, I. C. (2014). Evolutionary analysis of Citrus tristeza virus in Crete: Evidence for a recent outbreak of a severe stem pitting isolate. J Phytopathology 162, 839-843.
  5. Mathioudakis, M. M., Veiga, R. S., Canto, T., Medina, V., Mossialos, D., Makris, A. M. and Livieratos, I. (2013). Pepino mosaic virus triple gene block protein 1 (TGBp1) interacts with and increases tomato catalase 1 activity to enhance virus accumulation. Mol Plant Pathol 14(6): 589-601.
  6. Mathioudakis, M. M., Veiga, R., Ghita, M., Tsikou, D., Medina, V., Canto, T., Makris, A. M. and Livieratos, I. C. (2012). Pepino mosaic virus capsid protein interacts with a tomato heat shock protein cognate 70. Virus Res 163(1): 28-39.
  7. Shegani, M., Tsikou, D., Velimirovic, A., Afifi, H., Karayanni, A., Gazivoda, A., Manevski, K., Manakos, I. and Livieratos, I. (2012). Citrus tristeza virus on the island of Crete: a survey and detection protocol applications. Journal of Plant Pathology 94(1): 71-78.
  8. Osman, T. A., Olsthoorn, R. C. and Livieratos, I. C. (2012). In vitro template-dependent synthesis of Pepino mosaic virus positive- and negative-strand RNA by its RNA-dependent RNA polymerase. Virus Res 167(2): 267-272.
  9. Nol, N., Tsikou, D., Eid, M., Livieratos, I. and Giannopolitis, C. (2012). Shikimate leaf disc assay for early detection of glyphosate resistance in Conyza canadensis and relative transcript levels of EPSPS and ABC transporter genes. Weed Research 52(3): 233-241.
  10. Al Naddaf, O., Livieratos, I., Stamatakis, A., Tsirogiannis, I., Gizas, G. and Savvas, D. (2011). Hydraulic properties and agronomic performance of perlite are improved when mixed with composted pig manure. Scientia Horticulturae 129, 135-141.
  11. Klein, D., Gkisakis, V., Krumbein, A., Livieratos, I. and Köpke, U. (2010). Old and endangered tomato cultivars under organic greenhouse production: Effect of harvest time on flavour profile and consumer acceptance. International journal of food science & technology 45(11): 2250-2257.
  12. Kataya, A. R., Suliman, M. N., Kalantidis, K. and Livieratos, I. C. (2009). Cucurbit yellow stunting disorder virus p25 is a suppressor of post-transcriptional gene silencing. Virus Res 145(1): 48-53.
  13. Kataya, A., Stavridou, E., Farhan, K. and Livieratos, I. (2008). Nucleotide sequence analysis and detection of a Greek isolate of Tomato chlorosis virus. Plant pathology 57(5): 819-824.
  14. Eliasco, E., Livieratos, I. C., Muller, G., Guzman, M., Salazar, L. F. and Coutts, R. H. (2006). Sequences of defective RNAs associated with potato yellow vein virus. Arch Virol 151(1): 201-204.
1 Protocol published
The Application of Quercetin to Study the Effect of Hsp70 Silencing on Plant Virus Infection in Nicotiana benthamiana Plants
Authors:  Matthaios M. Mathioudakis and Ioannis Livieratos, date: 12/05/2015, view: 6222, Q&A: 0
Pepino mosaic virus (PepMV) is a mechanically-transmitted pathogen affecting tomato plants worldwide. Like with other plant viruses (Verchot, 2012), the heat shock cognate protein 70 homolog (Hsc70) was identified as an interactor ...
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