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Microgenomics International Symposium 2014

Posters (pdf)

The pdf of the posters from those authors authorizing us to post their work on the symposium web site can be downloaded by clicking in the column "Downloads".




A combination of microgenomic approaches to understand the impact of gut microbiota on the regulation of the hypothalamo-pituitary-adrenal axis in rats

Anglade P et al

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Photosynthesis mediates expression of Sorghum bicolor transporters in arbuscular mycorrhizal symbiosis

Arnould C et al

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Proteomic analysis of sub-retinal deposits in age-related macular degeneration

Arnould C et al

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Laser Capture Microdissection combined with Maldi-Tof mass spectrometry to demonstrate that as1-casein is required for efficient export of the other caseins from the endoplasmic reticulum to the Golgi apparatus

Beauvallet C et al

GABI core facility:An integrated approach  from  tissues to biomolecules

Bevilacqua C et al

Transcriptome Analysis using Ovation® Single Cell RNA-Seq System

Cuadras M et al

Cell Heterogeneity among Bacillus cereus Population during Cold Adaptation

Despres J et al

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Transcriptome analysis of CA1 hippocampal area in a mouse model of Alzheimer’s Disease

Dauphinot L et al

Impact of low read count genes filtering and gene-based analysis of single-end RNAseq data in a physiological context

Gothié JD et al

Deciphering β-arrestin-dependent signaling by RPPA

Langonne N et al

Expression bimodality in the insect pathogene Xenorhabdus using single cell technologies

Lanois-Nouri A et al

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Comparison of mRNA expression in gill ionocytes from trout adapted to freshwater or seawater using laser microdissection capture

Leguen I et al

Microtranscriptomics of moth pheromone sensitive sensilla

Monsempes C et al

Transcriptomic analysis of neuroepithelial stem cells in the optic tectum of medaka

Mugniery E et al

Custom high fidelity, targeted transcript depletion from stranded RNA-seq libraries

Phelan M et al

RNA quantification using high throughput real-time quantitative PCR

Pouch J et al

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Systems Biology Using Multi-Level Data from Single Cells

Ruff D

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Absolute single-molecule sensitive next-generation sequencing by SPLITSEQ:  A new circulating tumor DNA analysis tool

Saliou A et al

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Gene Expression In Stromal And Epithelial Laser-Microdissected Prostate Cancer Tissues

Salvianti F et al

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Evidence of mRNA shuttled by damaged hepatocytes-derived microvesicles involved in bone marrow cell plasticitySimon L et al

Simon L et al

Quantification of 100 RNA targets from minute samples or single cells

Streng P et al

From single cell MALDI-TOF profiling to protein identification in bovine oocyte: integrative approach to study oocyte maturation

Uzbekova S et al

Single cell RNA-seq for the study of rare endothelial cell subpopulations

Veerman K et al

Laser capture microdissection of skin melanocytes for the transcriptome character'ization of a melanoma predisposition swine model

Estelle J et al

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