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Publications 2021

Publications 2021
Articles and book chapters published in 2021 (update May 2021)


Adolfi, M., Herpin, A., Martinez-Bengochea, A., Kneitz, S., Regensburger, M., Grunwald, D.J., Schartl, M. 2021. Crosstalk between retinoic acid and sex-related genes controls germ cell fate and gametogenesis in Medaka. Frontiers in Cell and Developmental Biology 8: 613497, 1-12 [DOI]

Ahongo, Y.D., Kerneis, T., Goardon, L., Labbe, L., Bugeon, J., Rescan, P.Y., Lefevre, F. 2021. Flesh quality recovery in female rainbow trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss) after spawning. Aquaculture 536 Article Number: 736290 [DOI]

Blay, C., Haffray, P., Bugeon, J., D'Ambrosio, J., Dechamp, N., Collewet, G., Enez, F., Petit, V., Cousin, X., Corraze, G., Phocas, F., Dupont-Nivet, M. 2021. Genetic Parameters and Genome-Wide Association Studies of Quality Traits Characterised Using Imaging Technologies in Rainbow Trout, Oncorhynchus mykiss. Frontiers in Genetics 12:639223 [DOI]

Brosse, S., Baglan, A., Covain, R., Lalagüe, H., Le Bail, P.-Y., Vigouroux, R., Quartarollo, G. 2021. Aquarium trade and fish farms as a source of non-native freshwater fish introductions in French Guiana. Ann. Limnol. - Int. J. Lim. 57, 4 [DOI]

Depincé, A., Le Bail, P.-Y., Rouillon, C., Labbé, C. 2021. Embryonic fate after somatic cell nuclear transfer in non-enucleated goldfish oocytes is determined by first cleavages and DNA methylation patterns. Scientific Reports 11: 3945 [DOI]

Desvignes, T., Sydes,J., Montfort, J., Bobe, J., Postlethwait, J.H. 2021. Evolution after whole genome duplication: teleost microRNAs, Molecular Biology and Evolution,  msab105 [DOI]

Feron, R., Pan, Q., Wen, M., Imarazene, B., Jouanno, E., Anderson, J., Herpin, A., Journot, L., Parrinello, H., Klopp, C., Kottler, V.A., Roco, A.S., Du, K., Kneitz, S., Adolfi, M., Wilson, C.A., McCluskey, B., Amores, A., Desvignes, T., Goetz, F.W., Takanashi, A., Kawaguchi, M., Detrich, H.W. 3rd, Oliveira, M., Nobrega, R., Sakamoto, T., Nakamoto, M., Wargelius, A., Karlsen, Ø., Wang, Z., Stöck, M., Waterhouse, R.M., Braasch, I., Postlethwait, J.H., Schartl, M., Guiguen, Y. 2021. RADSex: a computational workflow to study sex determination using Restriction Site-Associated DNA Sequencing data. Molecular Ecology ResourcesIn press [DOI]

Guiguen, Y., Pasquier, J., Fostier, A., Bobe, J. 2021. Evolution of sex hormone binding globulins reveals early gene duplication at the root of vertebrates. General and Comparative Endocrinology 300: 113646 [DOI]

Imarazene, B., Beille, S., Jouanno, E., Branthonne, A., Thermes, V., Thomas, M., Herpin, A., Rétaux, S., Guiguen, Y. 2021. Primordial Germ Cell Migration and Histological and Molecular Characterization of Gonadal Differentiation in Pachón Cavefish Astyanax mexicanus. Sexual Development in press [DOI]

Kleiber, A., Valotaire, C., Patinote, A., Sudan, P.L., Gourmelen, G., Duret, C., Borel, F., Legoff, L., Peyrafort, M., Guesdon, V., Lansade, L., Calandreau, L., Colson, V. 2021. Rainbow trout discriminate 2-D photographs of conspecifics from distracting stimuli using an innovative operant conditioning device. Learning & Behaviorin press [DOI]

Longin, G., Bonneau de Beaufort, L., Fontenelle, G., Rinaldo, R., Roussel, J.M., Le Bail, P.-Y. 2021. Fishers’ perceptions of river resources: case study of French Guiana native populations using contextual cognitive mapping. Cybium,45(1), 005-020 [DOI]

Papa, Y., Le Bail, P.Y., Covain, R. 2021. Genetic landscape clustering of a large DNA barcoding dataset reveals shared patterns of genetic divergence among freshwater fishes of the Maroni Basin. Molecular Ecology Resources in press [DOI]

Pan, Q., Feron, R., Jouanno, E., Darras, H., Herpin, A., Koop, B., Rondeau, E., Goetz, F.W., Larson, W.A., Bernatchez, L., Tringali, M., Curran, S.S., Saillant, E., Denys, G.P.J., von Hippel, F.A., Chen, S., López, J.A., Verreycken, H., Ocalewicz, K., Guyomard, R., Eche, C., Lluch, J., Roques, C., Hu, H., Tabor, R., DeHaan, P., Nichols, K.M., Journot, L., Parrinello, H., Klopp, C., Interesova, E.A., Trifonov, V., Schartl, M., Postlethwait, J.H., Guiguen, Y. 2021. The rise and fall of the ancient northern pike master sex determining gene. Elife 10: e62858 [DOI]

Roussel, J.‐M., Covain, R., Vigouroux, R., Allard, L., Treguier, A., Papa, Y., Le Bail, P.‐Y. 2021. Fish communities critically depend on forest subsidies in small neotropical streams with high biodiversity value. Biotropica in press [DOI]

Terlouw, E.M.C., Picard, B., Deiss, V., Berri, C., Hocquette, J.F., Lebret, B., Lefèvre, F., Hamill, R., Gagaoua, M. 2021. Understanding the determination of meat quality using biochemical characteristics of the muscle: Stress at slaughter and other missing keys. Foods 10(1): 84 [DOI]

Yilmaz, O., Com, E., Lavigne, R., Pineau, C., Bobe, J. 2021. Liquid chromatography and tandem mass spectrometry in label-free protein quantification of zebrafish (Danio rerio) eggs. Methods in Molecular Biology 2218:277-290 [DOI]

Yilmaz, O., Patinote, A., Com, E., Pineau, C.,Bobe, J. 2021. Knock out of specific maternal vitellogenins in zebrafish (Danio rerio) evokes vital changes in egg proteomic profiles that resemble the phenotype of poor quality eggs. BMC Genomics 22 (1), pp.308 [DOI]