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2019 publications

Barthélémy Inès, Hitte Christophe, and Tiret Laurent. The Dog Model in the Spotlight: Legacy of a Trustful Cooperation. 1 Jan. 2019 : 421 – 451. DOI

Beirao, Jose, Myrina Boulais, Victor Gallego, Justine K. O’Brien, Silvio Peixoto, Todd R. Robeck, et Elsa Cabrita. Sperm handling in aquatic animals for artificial reproduction. THERIOGENOLOGY 133 (15 juillet 2019): 161 78. DOI

Boulais, Myrina, Marina Demoy-Schneider, Sayyed Mohammad Hadi Alavi, et Jacky Cosson. Spermatozoa motility in bivalves: Signaling, flagellar beating behavior, and energetics. THERIOGENOLOGY 136 (15 septembre 2019): 15 27. DOI

Chen, Yi-Chen, Shau-Ping Lin, Yi-Ying Chang, Wei-Peng Chang, Liang-Yuan Wei, Hsiu-Chou Liu, Jeng-Fang Huang, Bertrand Pain, et Shinn-Chih Wu. In vitro culture and characterization of duck primordial germ cells. POULTRY SCIENCE 98, no 4 (avril 2019): 1820 32. DOI

Chênais N, Lorca T, Morin N, Guillet B, Rime H, Le Bail PY, Labbé C. Nuclear import of Xenopus egg extract components into cultured cells for reprogramming purposes: a case study on goldfish fin cells. Sci Rep. 2019 Feb 27;9(1):2861. DOI. PMID: 30814557; PMCID: PMC6393519.

Foissac, Sylvain, Sarah Djebali, Kylie Munyard, Nathalie Vialaneix, Andrea Rau, Kevin Muret, Diane Esquerre, et al. Multi-species annotation of transcriptome and chromatin structure in domesticated animals. BMC BIOLOGY 17, no 1 (30 décembre 2019). DOI 

Fouchecourt, Sophie, Floriane Picolo, Sebastien Elis, Charlotte Lecureuil, Aurore Thelie, Marina Govoroun, Megane Bregeon, Pascal Papillier, Jean-Jacques Lareyre, et Philippe Monget. An evolutionary approach to recover genes predominantly expressed in the testes of the zebrafish, chicken and mouse. BMC EVOLUTIONARY BIOLOGY 19 (3 juillet 2019). DOI

Gavin-Plagne, Lucie, Loris Commin, Pierre Bruyere, Samuel Buff, et Thierry Joly. Comparison Between an Animal-Derived Product Medium and a Chemically Defined Medium for Ram Sperm Cryopreservation. BIOPRESERVATION AND BIOBANKING 17, no 1 (1 février 2019): 11 17. DOI

B. Hédan, E. Cadieu, N. Botherel, C. Dufaure de Citres, A. Letko, M. Rimbault, C. Drögemüller, V. Jagannathan, T. Derrien, S. Schmutz, T. Leeb, C. André. 2019. Identification of a Missense Variant in MFSD12 Involved in Dilution of Phaeomelanin Leading to White or Cream Coat Color in Dogs. Genes 2019, 10(5), 386. DOI

G.Herranz-usdado, V.Gallego, M.Morini, C.RozenfeldaL.Pérez, E.Kása, T.Kollár, A.Depincé, C.Labbé, Á.Horváth, J.F.Asturiano. 2019. Comparison of European eel sperm cryopreservation protocols with standardization as a target. Aquaculture. 498, 539-544 DOI

Hitte, Christophe, Celine Le Beguec, Edouard Cadieu, Valentin Wucher, Aline Primot, Pings Prouteau, Nadine Botherel, et al. Genome-Wide Analysis of Long Non-Coding RNA Profiles in Canine Oral Melanomas. GENES 10, no 6 (juin 2019). DOI

Jagannathan, V, C. Droegemueller, T. Leeb, Gustavo Aguirre, Catherine Andre, Danika Bannasch, Doreen Becker, et al. A comprehensive biomedical variant catalogue based on whole genome sequences of 582 dogs and eight wolves. ANIMAL GENETICS 50, no 6 (décembre 2019): 695 704. DOI

Li, Jingyi, Bertrand Bed’hom, Sylvain Marthey, Mathieu Valade, Audrey Dureux, Marco Moroldo, Christine Pechoux, et al. A missense mutation in TYRP1 causes the chocolate plumage color in chicken and alters melanosome structure. PIGMENT CELL & MELANOMA RESEARCH 32, no 3 (mai 2019): 381 90. DOI

Ostrander, Elaine A., Guo-Dong Wang, Greger Larson, Bridgett M. vonHoldt, Brian W. Davis, Vidhya Jagannathan, Christophe Hitte, et al. Dog10K: an international sequencing effort to advance studies of canine domestication, phenotypes and health. NATIONAL SCIENCE REVIEW 6, no 4 (juillet 2019): 810 24. DOI

Prouteau, Anais, et Catherine Andre. Canine Melanomas as Models for Human Melanomas: Clinical, Histological, and Genetic Comparison. GENES 10, no 7 (juillet 2019). DOI

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

Aurore Thelie, Amelie Bailliard, Francois Seigneurin, Tatiana Zerjal, Michele Tixier-Boichard, Elisabeth Blesbois. 2019. Chicken semen cryopreservation and use for the restoration of rare genetic resources. Poultry Science 98:447–455. DOI

Aurore Thelie, Isabelle Grasseau, Isabelle Grimaud-Jottreau, Francois Seigneurin, Elisabeth Blesbois. 2019. Semen biotechnology optimization for successful fertilization in Japanese quail (Coturnix japonica). Theriogenology. 139, 98-105 DOI

Aurore Thélie, Sophie Rehault‐Godbert, Jean‐Claude Poirier, Marina Govoroun, Sophie Fouchécourt, Elisabeth Blesbois. The seminal acrosin‐inhibitor ClTI1/SPINK2 is a fertility‐associated marker in the chicken. Molecular Reproduction & Development. Volume 86, Issue 7. July 2019. DOI