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Publications 2019

Publications 2019
Articles and book chapters published in 2019 (update January 2020)


Adolfi, M.C., Fischer, P., Herpin, A., Regensburger, M., Kikuchi, M., Tanaka, M., Schartl, M. 2019. Increase of cortisol levels after temperature stress activates dmrt1a causing female-to-male sex reversal and reduced germ cell number in medaka. Molecular Reproduction and Development 86(10): 1405-1417 [DOI]

Berri, C., Picard, B., Lebret, B., Andueza, D., Lefèvre, F., Le Bihan-Duval, E., Beauclercq, S., Chartrin, P., Vautier, A., Legrand, I., Hocquette, J.F. 2019. Predicting the Quality of Meat: Myth or Reality? Foods 8(10) pii: E436 [DOI]

Bloch, S., Thomas, M., Colin, I., Galant, S., Machado, E., Affaticati, P., Jenett, A., Yamamoto, K. 2019. Mesencephalic origin of the inferior lobe in zebrafish. BMC Biology 17 : 1-16 [DOI]

Cardona, E., Bugeon, J., Guivarc'h, F., Goardon, L., Panserat, S., Labbe, L., Corraze, G., Skiba-Cassy, S., Bobe, J. 2019. Positive impact of moderate food restriction on reproductive success of the rainbow trout Oncorhynchus mykiss. Aquaculture 502: 280-288 [DOI]

Chênais, N., Lorca, T., Morin, N., Guillet, B., Rime, H., Le Bail, P.Y., Labbé, C. 2019. Nuclear import of Xenopus egg extract components into cultured cells for reprogramming purposes: a case study on goldfish fin cells. Scientific Reports 9:2861 [DOI]

Cheung, C.T., Nguyen, T., Le Cam, A., Patinote, A., Journot, L., Reynes, C., Bobe, J. 2019.  What makes a bad egg? Egg transcriptome reveals dysregulation of translational machinery and novel fertility genes important for fertilization. BMC Genomics 20: 584 [DOI]

Colson, V., Mure, A., Valotaire, C., Le Calvez, J.M., Goardon, L., Labbé, L., Leguen, I ., Prunet, P. 2019. A novel emotional and cognitive approach to welfare phenotyping in rainbow trout exposed to poor water quality. Applied Animal Behaviour Science 210 : 103-112 [DOI]

Colson, V., Cousture, M., Damasceno, D., Valotaire, C., Nguyen, T., Le Cam, A., Bobe, J. 2019. Maternal temperature exposure impairs emotional and cognitive responses and triggers dysregulation of neurodevelopment genes in fish. PeerJ 7:e6338 [DOI]

Crespo, D., Bogerd, J., Sambroni, E., LeGac, F., Andersson, E., Edvardsen, R.B., Bergman, E.J., Björnsson, B.T., Taranger, G.L., Schulz, R.W. 2019. The initiation of puberty in Atlantic salmon brings about large changes in testicular gene expression that are modulated by the energy status. BMC Genomics 20(1):475 [DOI]

Du, K., Wuertz, S., Adolfi, M., Kneitz, S., Stöck, M., Oliveira, M., Nóbrega, R., Ormanns, J., Kloas, W., Feron, R., Klopp, C., Parrinello, H., Journot, L., He, S., Postlethwait, J., Meyer, A., Guiguen, Y., Schartl, M. 2019. The genome of the arapaima (Arapaima gigas) provides insights into gigantism, fast growth and chromosomal sex determination system. Scientific Reports 9(1):5293 [DOI]

Fatira, E., Havelka, M., Labbé, C., Depincé, A., Pšenička, M., Saito, T. 2019. A newly developed cloning technique in sturgeons; an important step towards recovering endangered species. Scientific Reports 9(1):10453 [DOI]

Fostier, A. 2019.  Evolution of animal status and point of views on animal farming in French society: what challenges for agricultural research? Inra Productions Animales 32(2): 221-231 [DOI]

Fouchécourt, S., Picolo, F., Elis, S., Lécureuil, C., Thélie, A., Govoroun, M., Brégeon, M., Papillier, P., Lareyre, J.J., Monget, P. 2019. An evolutionary approach to recover genes predominantly expressed in the testes of the zebrafish, chicken and mouse. BMC Evolutionary Biology 19(1):137 [DOI]

Herpin, A., Schmidt, C., Kneitz, S., Gobé, C., Regensburger, M., Le Cam, A., Montfort, J., Adolfi, MC., Lillesaar, C., Wilhelm, D., Kraeussling, M., Mourot, B., Porcon, B., Pannetier, M., Pailhoux, E., Ettwiller, L., Dolle, D., Guiguen, Y., Schartl ,M. 2019. A novel evolutionary conserved mechanism of RNA stability regulates synexpression of primordial germ cell-specific genes prior to the sex-determination stage in medaka. PLoS Biology 17(4):e3000185 [DOI]

Herranz-Jusdado, J. G., Gallego, V., Morini, M., Rozenfeld, C., Perez, L., Kasa, E., Kollar, T., Depince, A., Labbe, C., Horvath, A., Asturiano, J. F. 2019. Comparison of European eel sperm cryopreservation protocols with standardization as a target. Aquaculture 498: 539-544 [DOI]

Landemaine, A., Ramirez-Martinez, A., Monestier, O., Sabin, N., Rescan, P.Y., Olson, E.N., Gabillard, J.C. 2019. Trout myomaker contains 14 minisatellites and two sequence extensions but retains fusogenic function. Journal of Biological Chemistry 294(16):6364-6374 [DOI]

Le Trionnaire,G., Tanguy, S., Hudaverdian, S., Gleonnec, F., Richard, G., Cayrol,B., Monsion, B., Pichon, E., Deshoux, M., Webster, C., Uzest, M., Herpin, A., Tagu, D. 2019. An integrated protocol for targeted mutagenesis with CRISPR-Cas9 system in the pea aphid. Insect Biochemistry and Molecular Biology 110:34-44 [DOI]

Lombó, M., Getino-Álvarez, L., Depincé, A., Labbé, C., Herráez M.P. 2019. Embryonic Exposure to Bisphenol A Impairs Primordial Germ Cell Migration without Jeopardizing Male Breeding Capacity. Biomolecules 9(8): E307 [DOI]

Mateos, M., Kang, D., Klopp, C., Parrinello, H., Garcia-Olazabal, M., Schumer, M., Jue, N.K., Guiguen, Y., Schartl, M. 2019. Draft Genome Assembly and Annotation of the Gila Topminnow Poeciliopsis occidentalis. Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution 7: Article Number 404 [DOI]

Monestier, O., Landemaine, A., Bugeon, J., Rescan, P.Y., Gabillard, J.C. 2019. Naa15 knockdown enhances c2c12 myoblast fusion and induces defects in zebrafish myotome morphogenesis. Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology B Biochemistry Molecular Biology 228:61-67 [DOI]

Nicol, B., Grimm, S.A., Chalmel, F., Lecluze, E., Pannetier, M., Pailhoux, E., Dupin-De-Beyssat, E., Guiguen, Y., Capel, B., Yao, H.H. 2019. RUNX1 maintains the identity of the fetal ovary through an interplay with FOXL2. Nature Communications 10(1):5116 [DOI]

Pan, Q., Feron, R., Yano, A., Guyomard, R., Jouanno, E., Vigouroux, E., Wen, M., Busnel, J.M., Bobe, J., Concordet, J.P., Parrinello, H., Journot, L., Klopp, C., Lluch, J., Roques, C., Postlethwait, J., Schartl, M., Herpin, A., Guiguen, Y. 2019. Identification of the master sex determining gene in Northern pike (Esox lucius) reveals restricted sex chromosome differentiation. PLoS Genetics 22;15(8):e1008013. [DOI]

Regneri, J., Klotz, B., Wilde, B., Kottler, V.A., Hausmann, M., Kneitz, S., Regensburger, M., Maurus, K., Gotz, R., Lu, Y., Walter, R.B., Herpin, A.,Schartl, M. 2019. Analysis of the putative tumor suppressor gene cdkn2ab in pigment cells and melanoma of Xiphophorus and medaka. Pigment Cell & Melanoma Research 32(2): 248-258 [DOI]

Rescan, P.Y. 2019. Development of myofibres and associated connective tissues in fish axial muscle: Recent insights and future perspectives. Differentiation 106:35-41 [DOI]

Rocha de Almeida, T., Alix, M., Le Cam, A., Klopp, C., Montfort, J., Toomey, L., Ledoré, Y., Bobe, J., Chardard, D., Schaerlinger, B., Fontaine, P. 2019. Domestication may affect the maternal mRNA profile in unfertilized eggs, potentially impacting the embryonic development of Eurasian perch (Perca fluviatilis). PLoS One 14(12):e0226878 [DOI]

Rouillon, C., Depincé, A., Chênais, N., Le Bail, P.Y., Labbé, C. 2019. Somatic cell nuclear transfer in non-enucleated goldfish oocytes: understanding DNA fate during oocyte activation and first cellular division. Scientific Reports 28; 9(1): 12462 [DOI]

Savilammi, T., Primmer, C.R., Varadharajan, S., Guyomard, R., Guiguen, Y., Sandve, S.R., Vollestad, L.A., Papakostas, S., Lien, S. 2019. The Chromosome-Level Genome Assembly of European Grayling Reveals Aspects of a Unique Genome Evolution Process Within Salmonids. G3-Genes Genomes Genetics 9(5): 1283-1294 [DOI]

Vandeputte, M., Bugeon, J., Bestin, A., Desgranges, A., Allamellou, J.M., Tyran, A.S., Allal, F., Dupont-Nivet, M., Haffray, P. 2019. First Evidence of Realized Selection Response on Fillet Yield in Rainbow Trout Oncorhynchus mykiss, Using Sib Selection or Based on Correlated Ultrasound Measurements. Frontiers in Genetics 10:1225 [DOI]

Yilmaz, O., Patinote, A., Nguyen, T., Com, E., Pineau, C., Bobe, J. 2019. Genome editing reveals reproductive and developmental dependencies on specific types of vitellogenin in zebrafish (Danio rerio). Molecular Reproduction and Development Early Access [DOI]

Zhu, T., Corraze, G., Plagnes-Juan, E., Montfort, J., Bobe, J., Quillet, E., Dupont-Nivet, M. Skiba-Cassy, S. 2019, MicroRNAs related to cholesterol metabolism affected by vegetable diet in rainbow trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss) from control and selected lines. Aquaculture 498: 132-142 [DOI]

Book chapters

Guiguen, Y., Fostier, A., Herpin, A. 2019. Sex determination and differentiation in fish: genetic, genomic, and endocrine aspects. In: Hanping Wang, Francesc Piferrer, Songlin Chen, Song-Lin Chen, Zhi-Gang Shen, Sex control in aquaculture. 35-63. USA : Wiley-Blackwell. 888 p. [DOI

Guiguen, Y., Bertho, S., Herpin, A., Fostier, A. 2019. Sex determination and sex control in salmonidae. In: Hanping Wang, Francesc Piferrer, Songlin Chen, Song-Lin Chen, Zhi-Gang Shen, Sex control in aquaculture. 251-280. USA : Wiley-Blackwell. 888 p. [DOI]