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Publications 2022

Publications 2022
Articles and book chapters published in 2022 (update May 2022)

Articles

Ahongo, Y.D., Le Cam, A., Montfort, J., Bugeon, J., Lefèvre, F., Rescan, P.Y. 2022. Gene expression profiling of trout muscle during flesh quality recovery following spawning. BMC Genomics 23(1):9 [DOI]

Bertho, S., Herpin, A., Jouanno, E., Yano, A., Bobe, J., Parrinello, H., Journot, L., Guyomard, R., Muller, T., Swanson, P., McKinney, G., Williamson, K., Meek, M., Schartl, M., Guiguen, Y. 2022. A nonfunctional copy of the salmonid sex-determining gene (sdY) is responsible for the "apparent" XY females in Chinook salmon, Oncorhynchus tshawytscha. G3 (Bethesda):12(2):jkab451 [DOI]

Brunet, V., Kleiber, A., Patinote, A., Sudan, P.L., Duret, C., Gourmelen, G., Moreau, E., Fournel, C., Pineau, L ., Calvez, S. Milla, S., Colson, V. 2022. Positive welfare effects of physical enrichments from the nature-, functions- and feeling- based approaches in farmed rainbow trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss). Aquaculture 550 : Article Number737825 [DOI]

Cardona, E., Segret, E., Cachelou, Y., Vanderesse, T., Larroquet, L., Hermann, A., Surget, A., Corraze, G., Cachelou, F., Bobe, J., Skiba-Cassy, S. 2022. Effect of micro-algae Schizochytrium sp. supplementation in plant diet on reproduction of female rainbow trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss): maternal programming impact of progeny. Journal of Animal Science and Biotechnology 13(1): 33 [DOI]

Desvignes, T., Bardou, P., Montfort, J., Sydes, J., Guyomar, C., George, S., Postlethwait, J.H., Bobe, J. 2022. FishmiRNA: An evolutionarily supported microRNA annotation and expression database for ray-finned fishes, Molecular Biology and Evolution msac004 [DOI]

Du, K., Pippel, M., Kneitz, S., Feron, R., da Cruz, I., Winkler, S., Wilde, B., Avila Luna, E.G., Myers, G., Guiguen, Y., Macias Garcia, C., Schartl, M. 2022. Genome biology of the darkedged splitfin, Girardinichthys multiradiatus, and the evolution of sex chromosomes and placentation. Genome Research 32(3): 583-594 [DOI]

Jasonowicz, A.J., Simeon, A., Zahm, M., Cabau, C., Klopp, C., Roques, C., Iampietro, C., Lluch, J., Donnadieu, C., Parrinello, H., Drinan, D.P., Hauser, L., Guiguen, Y., Planas, J.V. 2022. Generation of a chromosome-level genome assembly for Pacific halibut (Hippoglossus stenolepis) and characterization of its sex-determining genomic region. Molecular Ecology Resources In press [DOI]

Martinez-Bengochea, A.L., Kneitz, S., Herpin, A., Nobrega, R.H., Adolfi, M.C., Schartl, M. 2022. Sexual development dysgenesis in interspecific hybrids of Medaka fish. Scientific Reports 12, 5408 [DOI]

Nynca, J., Zarski, D., Frohlich, T., Koster, M., Bobe, J., Ciereszko, A. 2022. Comparative proteomic analysis reveals the importance of the protective role of ovarian fluid over eggs during the reproduction of pikeperch. Aquaculture 548 (Part2): Article Number 737656 [DOI]

Pan, Q., Herpin, A., Guiguen, Y. 2022. Inactivation of the Anti-Müllerian Hormone Receptor Type 2 (amhrII) Gene in Northern Pike (Esox lucius) Results in Male-To-Female Sex Reversal. Sexual Development 1-6 [DOI]

Prache, S., Lebret, B., Baéza, E., Martin, B., Gautron, J., Feidt, C., Médale, F., Corraze, G., Raulet, M., Lefèvre, F., Verrez-Bagnis, V., Sans, P. 2022. Review: Quality and authentication of organic animal products in Europe. Animal 16 Suppl 1: 100405 [DOI]

Prache, S., Adamiec, C., Astruc, T., Baéza-Campone, E., Bouillot, P.E., Clinquart, A., Feidt, C., Fourat, E., Gautron, J., Girard, A., Guillier, L., Kesse-Guyot, E., Lebret, B., Lefèvre, F., Le Perchec, S., Martin, B., Mirade, P.S., Pierre, F., Raulet, M., Rémond, D., Sans, P., Souchon, I., Donnars, C., Santé-Lhoutellier, V. 2022. Review: Quality of animal-source foods. Animal 16 Suppl 1: 100376 [DOI]

Prado, E., Eklouh-Molinier, C., Enez, F., Causeur, D., Blay, C., Dupont-Nivet, M., Labbé, L., Petit, V., Moreac, A., Taupier, G., Haffray, P., Bugeon, J., Corraze, G., Nazabal, V. 2022. Prediction of fatty acids composition in the rainbow trout Oncorhynchus mykiss by using Raman micro-spectroscopy. Analytica Chimica Acta 1191:339212 [DOI]

Segret, E., Cardona, E., Skiba-Cassy, S., Cachelou, F., Bobe, J. 2022. Effect of a low water concentration in chloride, sodium and potassium on oocyte maturation, oocyte hydration, ovulation and egg quality in rainbow trout. Aquaculture 546: Article Number 737374 [DOI]

Wen, M., Pan, Q., Jouanno, E., Montfort, J., Zahm, M., Cabau, C., Klopp, C., Iampietro, C., Roques, C., Bouchez, O., Castinel, A., Donnadieu, C., Parrinello, H., Poncet, C., Belmonte, E., Gautier, V., Avarre, J.C., Dugue, R., Gustiano, R., Hà, T.T.T., Campet, M., Sriphairoj, K. Ribolli, J., de Almeida, F.L., Desvignes, T., Postlethwait, J.H., Floi Bucao, C., Robinson-Rechavi, M., Bobe, J., Herpin, A., Guiguen, Y. 2022. An ancient truncated duplication of the anti-Mullerian hormone receptor type 2 gene is a potential conserved master sex determinant in the Pangasiidae catfish family. Molecular Ecology Resources In press [DOI]