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Publications 2015

Articles and book chapters published in 2015 (update April 2016)


Armesto, P., Infante, C., Cousin, X., Ponce, M., Manchado, M. 2015. Molecular and functional characterization of seven Na +/K +-ATPase β subunit paralogs in Senegalese sole (Solea senegalensis Kaup, 1858). Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology. B, Biochemistry & Molecular Biology 182: 14-26 [DOI]

Armesto, P., Cousin, X., Salas-Leiton, E., Asensio, E., Manchado, M., Infante, C. 2015. Molecular characterization and transcriptional regulation of the renin-angiotensin system genes in Senegalese sole (Solea senegalensis Kaup, 1858): Differential gene regulation by salinity. Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology A-Molecular & Integrative Physiology 184: 6-19 [DOI]

Biga, P.R., Froehlich, J.M., Gabillard, J.C., Seliez, I. 2015. In vitro myotubes derived from zebrafish myogenic precursor cells upregulate Pax-3 and-7 following starvation. Integrative and Comparative Biology 55 (Supplement: 1): E16-E16

Bobe, J. 2015.Egg quality in fish: present and future challenges. Animal Frontiers 5(1): 66-72 [DOI]

Bonnet, M., Louveau, I. (Co-premier auteur), Cassar-Malek, I., Lefaucheur, L., Rescan, P.-Y. 2015. Comprendre le développement des muscles et des tissus adipeux : un préalable pour maîtriser les qualités des carcasses et des produits des animaux d’élevage. INRA Productions Animales 28 (2), 137-149

Boulanger, G., Cibois, M., Viet, J., Fostier, A., Deschamps, S., Pastezeur, S., Massart, C., Gschloessl, B., Gautier-Courteille, C., Paillard, L. 2015. Hypogonadism associated with Cyp19a1 (Aromatase) post-transcriptional upregulation in Celf1-KO mice. Molecular and Cell Biology 35 (18): 3244-3253 [DOI]

Cantonnet, D.V., Mateo, M., Alberro, A., Barrios, F., Fostier, A. 2015. 17,20 beta-P and cortisol are the main in vitro metabolites of 17-hydroxy-progesterone produced by spermiating testes of Micropogonias furnieri (Desmarest, 1823) (Perciformes: Sciaenidae). Neotropical Ichthyology 13(3): 613-623 [DOI

Caulier, M., Brion, F., Chadili, E., Turies C., Piccini, B., Porcher, J.M., Guiguen, Y., Hinfray, N. 2015. Localization of steroidogenic enzymes and Foxl2a in the gonads of mature zebrafish (Danio rerio). Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology A Molecular and Integrative Physiology 188: 96-106 [DOI]

Chênais, N., Lareyre, J.J., Le Bail, P.Y., Labbé, C. 2015. Stabilization of gene expression and cell morphology after explant recycling during fin explant culture in goldfish. Experimental Cell Research 335: 25-38 [DOI]

Colson, V., Sadoul, B., Valotaire, C., Prunet, P., Gaume, M., Labbe, L. 2015. Welfare assessment of rainbow trout reared in a Recirculating Aquaculture System: Comparison with a Flow-Through System. Aquaculture 436: 151-159 [DOI]

Colson, V., Valotaire, C., Geffroy, B., Kiilerich, P. 2015. Egg cortisol exposure enhances fearfulness in larvae and juvenile rainbow trout. Ethology 121 (12) : 1191-1201 [DOI]

Delalande, C., Goupil, A.-S., Lareyre, J.-J., Le Gac, F. 2015. Differential expression patterns of 3 aromatase genes and of 4 estrogen receptors genes in trout testes (Oncorhynchus mykiss). Molecular Reproduction and Development 82(9): 694-708 [DOI]

Depiereux, S., De Meulder, B., Bareke, E., Berger, F., Le Gac, F., Depiereux, E., Kestemont, P. 2015. Adaptation of a bioinformatics microarray analysis workflow for a toxicogenomic study in rainbow trout. Plos One 10(7): Article Number: e0128598 [DOI]

Depiereux, S., Le Gac, F., De Meulder, B., Pierre, M., Helaers, R., Guiguen, Y., Kestemont, P., Depiereux, E. 2015. Meta-analysis of microarray data of rainbow trout fry gonad differentiation modulated by ethynylestradiol. PLoS One 10(9): Article Number: e0135799 [DOI]

Desvignes, T., Nguyen, T., Chesnel, F., Bouleau, A., Fauvel, C., Bobe, J. 2015. X-linked retinitis pigmentosa 2 is a novel maternal-effect gene required for left-right asymmetry in zebrafish. Biology of Reproduction 93(2): Article Number: 42 [DOI]

Fernández-Díez, C., González-Rojo, S., Montfort, J., Le Cam, A., Bobe, J., Robles, V., Pérez-Cerezales, S., Herráez, M.P. 2015. Inhibition of zygotic DNA repair: transcriptome analysis of the offspring in trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss). Reproduction 149(1):101-11 [DOI]

Geffroy, B., Sadoul, B., Bardonnet, A. 2015. Behavioural syndrome in juvenile eels and its ecological implications. Behaviour 152(2), 147-166 [DOI]

Gibert, Y., Samarut, E., Pasco-Viel, E., Bernard, L., Borday-Birraux, V., Sadier, A., Labbé, C., Viriot, L., Laudet, V. 2015. Altered retinoic acid signalling underpins dentition evolution. Proceedings. Biological sciences / The Royal Society 7:282(1802) [DOI]

Grenand, P., Chapuis, J., Cognat, A., Cristinoi, A., Davy, D., Grenand, F., Jégu, M., keith, P., Martin, E., Nemo, F., Pagezy, H., Le Bail, P.-Y. 2015. Revision of vernacular names for the freshwater fish of French Guiana. Cybium 39 (4): 279-300

Herpin, A., Englberger, E., Zehner, M., Wacker, R., Gessler, M., Schartl, M. 2015. Defective autophagy through epg5 mutation results in failure to reduce germ plasm and mitochondria. Faseb Journal 29(10): 4145-4161 [DOI]

Herpin, A.,Schartl, M. 2015. Plasticity of gene-regulatory networks controlling sex determination: of masters, slaves, usual suspects, newcomers, and usurpators. Embo Reports 16(10): 1260-1274 [DOI]

Horvath, A., Labbe, C., Jesensek, D., Hoitsy, G., Bernath, G., Kaczko, D., Bokor, Z., Urbanyi, B. 2015. Post-thaw storage of sperm from various salmonid species. Journal of Applied Ichthyology 31(Supplement: 1): 119-124 [DOI]

Kiilerich, P., Triqueneaux, G., Christensen, N.M., Trayer, V., Terrien, X., Lombes, M., Prunet, P. 2015. Interaction between the trout mineralocorticoid and glucocorticoid receptors in vitro. Journal of Molecular Endocrinology 55(1): 55-68 [DOI]

Latimer, M.N., Nelson, C., Froehlich, J.M., Seiliez, I., Gabillard, J.C., Biga, P.R. 2015. The effects of differential glucose concentration on the proliferation and differentiation of Oncorhynchus mykiss myogenic precursor cells in vitro. Integrative and Comparative Biology 55 (Supplement: 1): E106-E106

Le Bihanic, F., Sommard, V., Perrine, D., Pichon, A., Grasset, J., Berrada, S., Budzinski, H., Cousin, X., Morin, B., Cachot, J.. 2015. Environmental concentrations of benz[a]anthracene induce developmental defects and DNA damage and impair photomotor response in Japanese medaka larvae. Ecotoxicology and Environmental Safety 113: 321-328 [DOI]

Lebret, B., Prache, S., Berri, C., Lefèvre, F., Bauchart, D., Picard, B., Corraze, G., Médale, F., Faure, J., Alami-Durante, H. 2015. Qualités des viandes : influences des caractéristiques des animaux et de leurs conditions d'élevage. INRA Productions Animales 28 (2), 151-168.

Lefevre, F., Cardinal, M., Bugeon, J., Labbe, L., Medale, F., Quillet, E. 2015. Selection for muscle fat content and triploidy affect flesh quality in pan-size rainbow trout, Oncorhynchus mykiss. Aquaculture. 448: 569-577 [DOI]

Lefèvre, F., Bugeon, J. 2015. Quelles exigences de qualités pour les poissons d'élevage et issus de la pêche ? INRA Productions Animales 28 (2), 119-124

Leguen, I., Le Cam, A., Montfort, J., Peron, S., Fautrel A. 2015. Transcriptomic analysis of trout gill ionocytes in fresh water and sea water using laser capture microdissection combined with microarray analysis. PLoS One 10(10):e0139938 [DOI]

Listrat, A., Lebret, B., Louveau, I., Astruc, T., Bonnet, M., Lefaucheur, L., Bugeon, J. 2015. Comment la structure et la composition du muscle déterminent la qualité des viandes ou chairs. INRA Productions Animales 28 (2), 125-136

Marivin, E., Mourot, B., Loyer, P., Rime, H., Bobe, J., Fostier, A. 2015. Transfection of isolated rainbow trout, Oncorhynchus mykiss, granulosa cells through chemical transfection and electroporation at 12°C. General and Comparative Endocrinology 221: 165-172 [DOI]

de Mello, F., Streit, D. P., Sabin, N., Gabillard, J.-C. 2015. Dynamic expression of tgf-β2, tgf-β3 and inhibin βA during muscle growth resumption and satellite cell differentiation in rainbow trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss). General and Comparative Endocrinology, 210 : 23-29 [DOI]

Perrichon, P., Akcha, F., Le Menach, K., Goubeau, M., Budzinski, H., Cousin, X., Bustamante, P. 2015. Parental trophic exposure to three aromatic fractions of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons in the zebrafish: Consequences for the offspring. The Science of the Total Environment, 524-525: 52-62 [DOI]

Picard, B., Lebret, B., Cassar-Malek, I., Liaubet, L., Berri, C., Le Bihan-Duval, E., Lefèvre, F., Hocquette, J.-F., Renand, G. 2015 . Des marqueurs génomiques au service de la qualité de la viande. INRA Productions Animales 28 (2), 183-195

Ralliere, C., Fretaud, M., Thermes, V., Rescan, P.Y. 2015. CILP1 is dynamically expressed in the developing musculoskeletal system of the trout. International Journal of Developmental Biology 59(10-12):505-509 [DOI]

Régnier, T., Labonne, J., Chat, J., Yano, A., Guiguen, Y., Bolliet, V. 2015. No early gender effects on energetic status and life history in a salmonid. Royal Society Open Science 2 (12): 8 p. [DOI]

Rescan, P.Y., Ralliere, C., Lebret, V., Fretaud, M. 2015. Analysis of muscle fibre input dynamics using a myog: GFP transgenic trout model. Journal of Experimental Biology 218(8): 1137-1142 [DOI]

Rime, H., Nguyen, T., Ombredane, K., Fostier, A., Bobe, J. 2015. Effects of the anti-androgen cyproterone acetate (CPA) on oocyte meiotic maturation in rainbow trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss). Aquatic Toxicology 164:34-42 [DOI]

Sadoul, B., Leguen, I., Colson, V., Friggens, N. C., Prunet, P. 2015. A multivariate analysis using physiology and behavior to characterize robustness in two isogenic lines of rainbow trout exposed to a confinement stress. Physiology & Behavior, 140:139-147 [DOI]

Sadoul, B., Martin, O., Prunet, P., Friggens, N.C. 2015. On the use of a simple physical system analogy to study robustness features in animal sciences.  PLoS One 10(8):e0137333 [DOI]

Seiliez, I.; Froehlich, J.M.; Marandel, L.; Gabillard, J.C.; Biga, P.R. 2015. Evolutionary history and epigenetic regulation of the three paralogous pax7 genes in rainbow trout. Cell and Tissue Research 359 (3): 715-727 [DOI]

Terlouw, C., Cassar-Malek, I., Picard, B., Bourguet, C., Deiss, V., Arnould, C., Berri, C., Le Bihan-Duval, E., Lefèvre, F., Lebret, B. 2015. Stress en élevage et à l’abattage : impacts sur les qualités des viandes. INRA Productions Animales 28 (2), 169-182

Trayer, V, Séjourné, N, Gay, S, Thermes, V. 2015. Evidence for two distinct waves of epidermal ionocyte differentiation during medaka embryonic development. Developmental Dynamics 244: 888-902 [DOI]

Vignet, C., Joassard, L., Lyphout, L., Guionnet, T., Goubeau, M., Le Menach, K., Brion, F., Kah, O., Chung, B.-C., Budzinski, H., Bégout, M.-L., Cousin, X. 2015. Exposures of zebrafish through diet to three environmentally relevant mixtures of PAHs produce behavioral disruptions in unexposed F1 and F2 descendant. Environmental Science and Pollution Research  22 : 16371-16383 [DOI]

Wargelius, A., Furmanek, T., Montfort, J., Le Cam, A., Kleppe, L., Juanchich, A., Edvardsen, R.B., Taranger, G.L., Bobe J. 2015. A comparison between egg trancriptomes of cod and salmon reveals species-specific traits in eggs for each species. Molecular Reproduction Development 82(5): 397-404 [DOI]