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Article Differentially-expressed genes in pig Longissimus muscles with contrasting levels of fat, as identified by combined transcriptomic, reverse transcription PCR, and proteomic analyses.   Liu, Jingshun ; Damon, Marie ; Guitton, Nathalie ; Guisle, I. ; Ecolan, Patrick ; Vincent, Annie ; Chérel, Pierre ; Gondret, Florence
Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry, 2009 , Volume 57 , n° 9 , 3808-3817 p.     [ ISSN : 0021-8561 ]


PROTEOME ; MUSCLE ; EXPRESSION GENIQUE
EXPRESSION DE GENES  ; GRAS INTRAMUSCULAIRE  ; TRANSCRIPTOME ; PCR
PORC ; SUS SCROFA
758456 : UMR Physiologie Environnement et Génétique pour l 'Animal et les Systèmes d'Elevage (UMR PEGASE) - Cote = Publication 2009

Article Identification of Ditylenchus species associated with Fabaceae seeds based on a specific polymerase chain reaction of ribosomal DNA-ITS regions   Kerkoud, Mohamed ; Esquibet, Magali ; Plantard, Olivier ; Avrillon, Myriam ; Guimier, Corinne ; Franck, Martine ; Lechappé, Joël ; Mathis, René
European Journal of Plant Pathology, 2007 , Volume 118 , n° 4 , 323-332 p.   [ ISSN : 0929-1873 ]
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A technique based on the use of specific primers for polymerase chain reaction (PCR) was developed for the identification of the stem and bulb nematode belonging to the Ditylenchus dipsaci species complex. The internal transcribed spacer re-ion ITS1 and ITS2, the genes 5.8 S and part of genes 18...

DIAGNOSTICS ; DITYLENCHUS ; ITS ; PATHOGEN ; PCR ; SEED ; NEMATODE ; IDENTIFICATION ; SEMENCES


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632713 : UMR Institut de génétique environnement et protection des plantes (UMR IGEPP)

Article Transcarboxylase mRNA: A marker which evidences P. freudenreichii survival and metabolic activity during its transit in the human gut   Hervé, Christophe ; Fondrevez, M. ; Chéron, A. ; Barloy-Hubler, Frédérique ; Jan, Gwénaël
International Journal of Food Microbiology, 2007 , Volume 113 , n° 3 , 303-314 p.   [ ISSN : 0168-1605 ]
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Dairy propionibacteria have recently been considered as probiotics which may beneficially modulate the intestinal ecosystem. However,appropriate vectors (food matrices containing the probiotic) which preserve their viability and offer good tolerance towards digestive stresses needto be developed....

INTESTIN ; PROBIOTIQUE ; METABOLISME
LAIT FERMENTE ; FERMETED MILK ; HUMAN STOOLS ; PROPIONIBACTERIUM FREUDENREICHII ; REAL-TIME PCR ; TRANSCAROXYLASE ; PROBIOTIQUE ; PCR ; INTESTIN


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781441 : UMR Science et technologie du lait et de l'oeuf (UMR STLO)
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