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Dataset of differentially accumulated proteins in Mucor strains representative of four species grown on synthetic potato dextrose agar medium and a cheese mimicking medium ArchiMer
Morin-sardin, Stephanie; Jany, Jean-luc; Artigaud, Sebastien; Pichereau, Vianney; Bernay, Benoit; Coton, Emmanuel; Madec, Stephanie.
The data presented are associated with the "Proteomic analysis of the adaptative response of Mucor spp. to cheese environment" (Morin-Sardin et al., 2016) article [11. Mucor metabolism is poorly documented in the literature and while morphology and growth behavior suggest potential adaptation to cheese for some strains, no adaptation markers to cheese environment have been identified for this genus. To establish the possible existence of metabolic functions related to cheese adaptation, we used a gel based 2-DE proteomic approach coupled to LC-MS/MS to analyze three strains from species known or proposed to have a positive or negative role in cheese production as well as a strain from a non-related cheese species. (C) 2017 The Authors. Published by...
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Ano: 2017 URL: https://archimer.ifremer.fr/doc/00602/71412/69873.pdf
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In Silico Analysis of Pacific Oyster (Crassostrea gigas) Transcriptome over Developmental Stages Reveals Candidate Genes for Larval Settlement ArchiMer
Foulon, Valentin; Boudry, Pierre; Artigaud, Sebastien; Guérard, Fabienne; Hellio, Claire.
Following their planktonic phase, the larvae of benthic marine organisms must locate a suitable habitat to settle and metamorphose. For oysters, larval adhesion occurs at the pediveliger stage with the secretion of a proteinaceous bioadhesive produced by the foot, a specialized and ephemeral organ. Oyster bioadhesive is highly resistant to proteomic extraction and is only produced in very low quantities, which explains why it has been very little examined in larvae to date. In silico analysis of nucleic acid databases could help to identify genes of interest implicated in settlement. In this work, the publicly available transcriptome of Pacific oyster Crassostrea gigas over its developmental stages was mined to select genes highly expressed at the...
Tipo: Text Palavras-chave: Crassostrea gigas; Pacific oyster; Pediveliger larvae; Bioadhesive; Transcriptome.
Ano: 2019 URL: https://archimer.ifremer.fr/doc/00475/58677/61172.pdf
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Metal subcellular partitioning determines excretion pathways and sensitivity to cadmium toxicity in two marine fish species. ArchiMer
Le Croizier, Gael; Lacroix, Camille; Artigaud, Sebastien; Le Floch, Stephane; Munaron, Jean-marie; Raffray, Jean; Penicaud, Virginie; Rouget, Marie-laure; Lae, Raymond; Tito De Morais, Luis.
Subcellular cadmium (Cd) partitioning was investigated in the liver of two marine fish species, the European sea bass Dicentrarchus labrax and the Senegalese sole Solea senegalensis, dietary exposed to an environmentally realistic Cd dose for two months followed by a two-month depuration. Cd exposure did not modify Cd cellular partitioning for either species, refuting the spillover hypothesis. Both species contained most of the Cd in the detoxifying fraction but displayed different handling strategies. Cd was largely bound to heat stable proteins (HSP) including metallothioneins (MT) in sea bass while Cd was more linked to metal rich granules (MRG) in sole. Whole liver concentrations and subcellular partitioning were also determined for essential elements....
Tipo: Text Palavras-chave: Sub-cellular fractionation; Dicentrarchus labrax; Solea senegalensis; Essential element distribution; Elimination; Depuration.
Ano: 2019 URL: https://archimer.ifremer.fr/doc/00464/57606/59792.pdf
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New insights into the seasonal feeding ecology of Pecten maximus using pigments, fatty acids and sterols analyses ArchiMer
Lavaud, Romain; Artigaud, Sebastien; Le Grand, Fabienne; Donval, Anne; Soudant, Philippe; Flye-sainte-marie, Jonathan; Strohmeier, Tore; Strand, Oivind; Leynaert, Aude; Beker, Beatriz; Chatterjee, Arnab; Jean, Fred.
We combined the use of pigments, fatty acids and sterols as biomarkers of the seasonal variation in food sources of the great scallop Pecten maximus. From March to October 2011, on a biweekly to twice-weekly basis, scallops and seawater from the water column and the water-sediment interface were collected in the Bay of Brest (Brittany, France). Pigment compositions in the seawater and in the stomach and rectum content of the scallops were analyzed by HPLC. Fatty acids and sterols from digestive gland (DG) tissue were analyzed by gas chromatography. Potential relationships between the temporal proportion of each marker in the environment and in the digestive tract were tested using multivariate analysis. Proportions of diatoms and Dinophyceae biomarkers...
Tipo: Text Palavras-chave: Trophic ecology; Food sources; Pigments; Fatty acids; Trophic marker; Phytoplankton; Pecten maximus.
Ano: 2018 URL: https://archimer.ifremer.fr/doc/00431/54244/55772.pdf
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Non-additive effects of ocean acidification in combination with warming on the larval proteome of the Pacific oyster, Crassostrea gigas ArchiMer
Harney, Ewan; Artigaud, Sebastien; Le Souchu, Pierrick; Miner, Philippe; Corporeau, Charlotte; Essid, Hafida; Pichereau, Vianney; Nunes, Flavia.
Increasing atmospheric carbon dioxide results in ocean acidification and warming, significantly impacting marine invertebrate larvae development. We investigated how ocean acidification in combination with warming affected D-veliger larvae of the Pacific oyster Crassostrea gigas. Larvae were reared for 40 h under either control (pH 8.1, 20 °C), acidified (pH 7.9, 20 °C), warm (pH 8.1, 22 °C) or warm acidified (pH 7.9, 20 °C) conditions. Larvae in acidified conditions were significantly smaller than in the control, but warm acidified conditions mitigated negative effects on size, and increased calcification. A proteomic approach employing two-dimensional electrophoresis (2-DE) was used to quantify proteins and relate their abundance to phenotypic traits. In...
Tipo: Text Palavras-chave: Crassostrea gigas; Ocean acidification; Larval development; ATP synthase; GAPDH; Superoxide dismutase.
Ano: 2016 URL: https://archimer.ifremer.fr/doc/00299/40985/40076.pdf
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Proteinaceous secretion of bioadhesive produced during crawling and settlement of Crassostrea gigas larvae ArchiMer
Foulon, Valentin; Artigaud, Sebastien; Buscaglia, Manon; Bernay, Benoit; Fabioux, Caroline; Petton, Bruno; Elies, Philippe; Boukerma, Kada; Hellio, Claire; Guerard, Fabienne; Boudry, Pierre.
Bioadhesion of marine organisms has been intensively studied over the last decade because of their ability to attach in various wet environmental conditions and the potential this offers for biotechnology applications. Many marine mollusc species are characterized by a two-phase life history: pelagic larvae settle prior to metamorphosis to a benthic stage. The oyster Crassostrea gigas has been extensively studied for its economic and ecological importance. However, the bioadhesive produced by ready to settle larvae of this species has been little studied. The pediveliger stage of oysters is characterized by the genesis of a specific organ essential for adhesion, the foot. Our scanning electron microscopy and histology analysis revealed that in C. gigas the...
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Ano: 2018 URL: https://archimer.ifremer.fr/doc/00462/57379/59452.pdf
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Significance of metallothioneins in differential cadmium accumulation kinetics between two marine fish species ArchiMer
Le Croizier, Gael; Lacroix, Camille; Artigaud, Sebastien; Le Floch, Stephane; Raffray, Jean; Penicaud, Virginie; Coquille, Valerie; Autier, Julien; Rouget, Marie-laure; Le Bayon, Nicolas; Lae, Raymond; De Morais, Luis Tito.
Impacted marine environments lead to metal accumulation in edible marine fish, ultimately impairing human health. Nevertheless, metal accumulation is highly variable among marine fish species. In addition to ecological features, differences in bioaccumulation can be attributed to species-related physiological processes, which were investigated in two marine fish present in the Canary Current Large Marine Ecosystem (CCLME), where natural and anthropogenic metal exposure occurs. The European sea bass Dicentrarchus labrax and Senegalese sole Solea senegalensis were exposed for two months to two environmentally realistic dietary cadmium (Cd) doses before a depuration period. Organotropism (i.e., Cd repartition between organs) was studied in two storage...
Tipo: Text Palavras-chave: Metal; Trace element; Dicentrarchus labrax; Solea senegalensis; Chronic dietary exposure.
Ano: 2018 URL: https://archimer.ifremer.fr/doc/00437/54810/56480.pdf
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The oyster Crassostrea gigas, a new model against cancer ArchiMer
Corporeau, Charlotte; Huvet, Arnaud; Pichereau, Vianney; Delisle, Lizenn; Quéré, Claudie; Dubreuil, Christine; Artigaud, Sebastien; Brenner, Catherine; Meyenberg Cunha-de Padua, Monique; Mazure, Nathalie.
The Warburg effect is one of the hallmarks of cancer cells in humans. It is a true metabolic reprogramming to aerobic glycolysis, allowing cancer cells to meet their particular energy needs for growth, proliferation, and resistance to apoptosis, depending on the microenvironment they encounter within the tumor. We have recently discovered that the Crassostrea gigas oyster can naturally reprogram its metabolism to the Warburg effect. Thus, the oyster becomes a new invertebrate model useful for cancer research. Due to its lifestyle, the oyster C. gigas has special abilities to adapt its metabolism to the extreme changes in the environment in which it is located. The oyster C. gigas is therefore a model of interest to study how the environment can control the...
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Ano: 2019 URL: https://archimer.ifremer.fr/doc/00499/61064/64516.pdf
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