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Publications 2013

Articles and book chapters published in 2013 (update february 2014)


Benhaïm, D., Bégout, M.L., Péan, S., Manca, M., Prunet, P., Chatain, B. 2013. Impact of a plant-based diet on behavioural and physiological traits in sea bass (Dicentrarchus labrax). Aquatic Living Resources 26: 121-131 [DOI]

Collewet, G., Bugeon, J., Idier, J., Quellec, S., Quittet, B., Cambert, M., Haffray, P. 2013. Rapid quantification of muscle fat content and subcutaneous adipose tissue in fish using MRI. Food Chemistry 138: 2008-2015 [DOI]

Desvignes, T., Fostier, A., Fauvel, C., Bobe, J. 2013. The Nme gene family in fish. Fish Physiology and Biochemistry 39: 53-58 [DOI]

Diotel, N., Vaillant, C., Gabbero, C., Mironov, S., Fostier, A., Gueguen, M.M., Anglade, I., Kah, O., Pellegrini, E. 2013. Effects of estradiol in adult neurogenesis and brain repair in zebrafish. Hormones and Behavior 63 Special Issue: 193-207 [DOI]

Gabillard, J.C., Biga, P.R., Rescan, P.Y., Seiliez, I. 2013. Revisiting the paradigm of myostatin in vertebrates: insights from fishes. General and Comparative Endocrinologie 194: 45-54 [DOI]

Gautier, A., Goupil, A.S., Le Gac, F., Lareyre, J.J. 2013. A promoter fragment of the sycp1 gene is sufficient to drive transgene expression in male and female meiotic germ cells in zebrafish. Biology of Reproduction 89(4) : Article Number 89 [DOI]

Geffroy,B., Guiguen, Y., Fostier, A., Bardonnet, A. 2013.New insights regarding gonad development in European eel: evidence for a direct ovarian differentiation. Fish Physiology and Biochemistry 39: 1129-1140 [DOI]

Haffray, P., Bugeon, J., Rivard, Q., Quittet, B., Puyo, S., Allamelou, J.M., Vandeputte, M., Dupont-Nivet, M. 2013. Genetic parameters of in-vivo prediction of carcass, head and fillet yields by internal ultrasound and 2D external imagery in large rainbow trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss). Aquaculture 410: 236-244 [DOI]

Herpin, A., Adolfi, M.C., Nicol, B., Hinzmann, M., Schmidt, C., Klughammer, J., Engel, M., Tanaka, M., Guiguen, Y., Schartl, M. 2013. Divergent expression regulation of gonad development genes in medaka shows incomplete conservation of the downstream regulatory network of vertebrate sex determination. Molecular Biology and Evolution 30 (10) : 2328-2346 [DOI]

Juanchich, A., Le Cam, A., Montfort, J., Guiguen, Y., Bobe, J. 2013. Identification of differentially expressed miRNAs and their potential targets during fish ovarian development. Biology of Reproduction 88(5): (128) 1-11 [DOI]

Marandel, L., Labbe, C., Bobe, J., Jammes, H., Lareyre, J.J., Le Bail, P.Y. 2013. Do not put all teleosts in one net: Focus on the sox2 and pou2 genes. Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology B-Biochemistry & Molecular Biology 164: 69-79 [DOI

Mella-Alvarado, V., Gautier, A., Le Gac, F., Lareyre, J.J. 2013.Tissue and cell-specific transcriptional activity of the human cytomegalovirus immediate early gene promoter (UL123) in zebrafish. Gene Expression Patterns 13 : 91-103 [DOI]

Migaud, H., Bell, G., Cabrita, E., McAndrew, B., Davie, A., Bobe, J., Herraez, M.P., Carrillo, M. 2013. Gamete quality and broodstock management in temperate fish. Reviews in Aquaculture 5 (Supplement 1): S194-S223 [DOI]

Nicol, B., Yano, A, Jouanno, E., Guérin, A., Fostier, A., Guiguen, Y. 2013. Follistatin is an early player in rainbow trout ovarian differentiation and is both colocalized with aromatase and regulated by the Wnt pathway. Sexual Development  7: 267-276 [DOI]

Pean, S., Daouk, T., Vignet, C., Lyphout, L., Leguay, D., Loizeau, V., Begout, M.L., Cousin, X. 2013. Long-term dietary-exposure to non-coplanar PCBs induces behavioral disruptions in adult zebrafish and their offspring. Neurotoxicology and Teratology 39 : 45-56 [DOI]

Prunier, A., Mounier, L., Le Neindre, P., Leterrier, C., Mormede, P., Paulmier, V., Prunet, P., Terlouw, C., Guatteo, R. 2013. Identifying and monitoring pain in farm animals: a review. Animal 7(6): 998-1010 [DOI

Rescan, P.Y., Montfort, J., Fautrel, A., Rallière, C., Lebret, V. 2013. Gene expression profiling of the hyperplastic growth zones of the late trout embryo myotome using laser capture microdissection and microarray analysis. BMC Genomics 14:173 [DOI]

Rolland, A.D., Lardenois, A., Goupil, A.S., Lareyre, J.J., Houlgatte, R., Chalmel, F., Le Gac, F. 2013. Profiling of androgen response in rainbow trout pubertal testis: relevance to male gonad development and spermatogenesis. PLoS One. 2013;8(1):e53302 [DOI]

Sambroni, E., Lareyre, J.J., Le Gac, F. 2013. FSH controls gene expression in fish both independently of and through steroid mediation.  PLoS One 23;8(10):e76684 [DOI et full text]

Sambroni, E., Rolland, A., Lareyre, J.J., Le Gac, F. 2013. FSH and LH have common and distinct effects on gene expression in rainbow trout testis. Journal of Molecular Endocrinology 50: 1-18 [DOI]

Saraoui, T., Parayre, S., Guernec, G., Loux, V., Montfort, J., Le Cam, A., Boudry, G., Jan, G., Falentin, H. 2013.  A unique in vivo experimental approach reveals metabolic adaptation of the probiotic Propionibacterium freudenreichii to the colon environment. BMC Genomics 14 : Article Number: 911 [DOI]

Seiliez, I., Taty Taty, G.C., Bugeon,  J., Dias, K., Sabin , N., Gabillard, J.C. 2013. Myostatin induces atrophy of trout myotubes through inhibiting the TORC1 signaling and promoting Ubiquitin–Proteasome and Autophagy-Lysosome degradative pathways. General and Comparative Endocrinology 186: 9-15 [DOI]

Trayer, V., Hwang, P.P., Prunet, P., Thermes, V. 2013. Assessment of the role of cortisol and corticosteroid receptors in epidermal ionocyte development in the medaka (Oryzias latipes) embryos. General and Comparative Endocrinology 194(1): 152–161 [DOI]

Valdivia, K., Mourot, B., Jouanno, E., Volff, J.N., Galiana-Arnoux, D., Guyomard, R., Cauty, C., Collin, B., Rault, P., Helary, L., Fostier, A., Quillet, E., Guiguen, Y. 2013. Sex differentiation in an all-female (XX) rainbow trout population with a genetically governed masculinization phenotype. Sexual Development 7(4): 196-206 [DOI]

Vignet, C., Begout, M.L., Pean, S., Lyphout, L , Leguay, D., Cousin, X. 2013. Systematic screening of behavioral responses in two zebrafish strains. Zebrafish 10(3): 365-375 [DOI]

Weil, C., Lefevre, F., Bugeon, J. 2013. Characteristics and metabolism of different adipose tissues in fish. Reviews in Fish Biology and Fisheries 23(2): 157-173 [DOI]

Yano, A., Nicol, B., Jouanno, E., Quillet, E., Fostier, A., Guyomard, R., Guiguen, Y. 2013. The sexually dimorphic on the Y-chromosome gene (sdY) is a conserved male-specific Y-chromosome sequence in many salmonids. Evolutionary Applications 6: 486-496 [DOI]

Book chapters

Gabillard, J.C., Rescan, P.Y.2013. Myogenesis and hormonal control of muscle growth. In "Trout: from physiology to conservation". Nova Science Publishers, (US) 13: 307-320 

Labbé, C., Robles, V., Herraez, M.P.2013. Cryopreservation of gametes for aquaculture and alternative cell sources for genome preservation. In "Advances in aquaculture hatchery technology". WP Woodhead Publishing, Oxford (GB) 3: 76-116 

Terrien, X., Prunet, P. 2013. Crossregulation of the thyroid hormone and corticosteroids in amphibians and fish: the effects of endocrine disruption. In "Insights from veterinary medicine". InTech, Rijeka (HR) 10: 241-254 [ DOI ]