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Publications 2008

Articles and book chapters published in 2008 (update march 2010)

Articles

Andreev, A.A., Sadikova, D.G., Labbé, C., Ananiev, V.I., Kurchikov, A.L., 2008. Influence of lipids on ice formation in cryoprotective media. Biophysics 53 HS, 4: 283-285 [DOI]

Aupérin, B., Geslin, M., 2008. Plasma cortisol response to stress in juvenile rainbow trout is influenced by their life history during early development and by egg cortisol content. Gen. Comp. Endocrinol. 158: 234-239 [DOI]

Baron, D., Houlgatte, R., Fostier, A., Guiguen, Y., 2008. Expression profiling of candidate genes during ovary-to-testis trans-differentiation in rainbow trout masculinized by androgens. Gen. Comp. Endocrinol. 156: 369-378 [DOI]

Beaudouin, R., Monod, G., Ginot, V., 2008. Selecting parameters for calibration via sensitivity analysis: An individual-based model of mosquitofish population dynamics. Ecol. Model. 218: 29-48 [DOI]

Beaudouin, R., Ginot, V., Monod, G., 2008. Growth characteristics of eastern mosquitofish Gambusia holbrooki in a northern habitat (Brittany, France) J. Fish Biol. 73: 2468-2484 [DOI]

Bobe, J., Mahé, S., Nguyen, T., Rime, H., Vizziano, D., Fostier, A., Guiguen, Y., 2008. A novel, functional, and highly divergent sex hormone-binding globulin that may participate in the local control of ovarian functions in salmonids. Endocrinology 149, 6: 2980-2989 [DOI]

Bobe, J., Nguyen, T., Mahé, S., Monget, P., 2008. In silico identification and molecular characterization of genes predominantly expressed in the fish oocyte. BMC Genomics 9:499: 1-16 [Full text]

Canario, A.V.M., Bargelloni, L., Volckaert, F., Houston, R.D., Massault, C., Guiguen, Y., 2008. Genomics toolbox for farmed fish. Reviews Fish. Sci. 16, S1: 1-13 [DOI]

Cerdà, J., Bobe, J., Babin, P.J., Admon, A., Lubzens, E., 2008. Functional genomics and proteomic approaches for the study of gamete formation and viability in farmed finfish. Reviews Fish. Sci. 16, S1: 54-70 [DOI]

Douard, V., Brunet, F., Boussau, B., Ahrens-Fath, I., Vlaeminck-Guillem, V., Haendler, B., Laudet, V., Guiguen, Y., 2008. The fate of the duplicated androgen receptor in fishes: a late neofunctionalization event ? BMC Evolutionary Biology 8:336: 1-19 [Full text]

Dumont, E., Rallière, C., Rescan, P.Y., 2008. Identification of novel genes including Dermo-1, a marker of dermal differentiation, expressed in trout somitic external cells. J. Exp. Biol. 211: 1163-1168 [DOI]

Kolditz, C., Borthaire, M., Richard, N., Corraze, G., Panserat, S., Vachot, C., Lefèvre, F., Medale, F., 2008. Liver and muscle metabolic changes induced by dietary energy content and genetic selection in rainbow trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss) Am. J. Physiol. Regul. Integr. Comp. Physiol. 294: R1154-R1164 [DOI]

Kolditz, C., Paboeuf, G., Borthaire, M., Esquerré, D., SanCristobal, M., Lefèvre, F., Médale, F., 2008. Changes induced by dietary energy intake and divergent selection for muscle fat content in rainbow trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss), assessed by transcriptome and proteome analysis of the liver.BMC Genomics 9:506: 1-16 [Full text]

Lefèvre, F., Bugeon, J., Aupérin, B., Aubin, J., 2008. Rearing oxygen level and slaughter stress effects on rainbow trout flesh quality.Aquaculture 284: 81-89 [DOI]

Lefèvre, F., Bugeon, J., 2008. Biological basis of fish quality.Sci. Aliments 28, 365-377 [URL]

Marschallinger, J., Steinbacher, P., Haslett, R., Sanger, A.M., Rescan, P.Y., Stoiber, W., 2008. Patterns of angiogenic and hematopoietic gene expression during brown trout embryogenesis.J. Exp. Zool. Part B. Mol. Dev. Evol. 310B: 479-491[DOI]

Milla, S., Terrien, X., Sturm, A., Ibrahim, F., Giton, F., Fiet, J., Prunet, P., Le Gac, F., 2008. Plasma 11-deoxycorticosterone (DOC) and mineralocorticoid receptor testicular expression during rainbow trout Oncorhynchus mykiss spermiation: implication with 17alpha, 20beta-dihydroxyprogesterone on the milt fluidity? Reprod. Biol. Endocrinol. 6:19: 1-13 [Full text]

Moritz, C., Labbé, C., 2008. Cryopreservation of goldfish fins and optimization for field scale cryobanking.Cryobiology 56: 181-188 [DOI]

Müller, K., Müller, P., Pincemy, G., Kurz, A., Labbé, C., 2008. Characterization of sperm plasma membrane properties after cholesterol modification: consequences for cryopreservation of rainbow trout spermatozoa. Biol. Reprod. 78: 390-399 [DOI]

Piferrer, F., Guiguen, Y., 2008. Fish gonadogenesis. Part II: molecular biology and genomics of sex differentiation. Reviews Fish. Sci. 16, S1: 33-53 [DOI]

Prunet, P., Cairns, M.T., Winberg, S., Pottinger, T.G., 2008. Functional genomics of stress responses in fish. Reviews Fish. Sci. 16, S1: 155-164 [DOI]

Rescan, P.Y., 2008. New insights into skeletal muscle development and growth in teleost fishes.J. Exp. Zoolog. Part B Mol. Dev. Evol. 310B: 541-548 [DOI]

Seiliez, I., Gabillard, J.C., Skiba-Cassy, S., Garcia-Serrana, D., Gutierrez, J., Kaushik, S., Panserat, S., Tesseraud, S., 2008. An in vivo and in vitro assessment of TOR signaling cascade in rainbow trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss) Am. J. Physiol. Regul. Integr. Comp. Physiol. 295: R329-R335 [DOI]

Terlouw, E.M.C., Arnould, C., Aupérin, B., Berri, C., Le Bihan-Duval, E., Deiss, V., Lefèvre, F., Lensink, B.J., Mounier, L., 2008. Pre-slaughter conditions, animal stress and welfare: current status and possible future research.Animal 2, 10: 1501-1517 [DOI]

Vizziano Cantonnet, D., Baron, D., Mahé, S., Cauty, C., Fostier, A., Guiguen, Y., 2008. Estrogen treatment up-regulates female genes but does not suppress all early testicular markers during rainbow trout male-to-female gonadal transdifferentiation. J. Mol. Endocrinol. 41: 277-288 [DOI]

Vizziano, D., Baron, D., Randuineau, G., Mahé, S., Cauty, C., Guiguen, Y., 2008. Rainbow trout gonadal masculinization induced by inhibition of estrogen synthesis is more physiological than masculinization induced by androgen supplementation. Biol. Reprod. 78: 939-946 [DOI]

Book chapters

Bobe, J., Jalabert, B., Fostier, A., 2008. Oogenesis: post-vitellogenic events leading to a fertilizable oocyte : 1, 1-36 In "Fish reproduction". Science Publishers, Enfield (US) O3-74
Vizziano, D., Fostier, A., Loir, M., Le Gac, F., 2008. Testis development, its hormonal regulation and spermiation induction in teleost fish. 3 : 103-139 In "Fish spermatology". Alpha Science International Ltd, Oxford (GB)