OCEANUS SEMINAR SERIES | Sandrine Skiba | 03 Nov | 11h30


Title: Circulating microRNAs in rainbow trout - Putative non-invasive biomarkers


Name: Sandrine Skiba


Circulating miRNAs (c-miRNAs) are found in most, if not all, biological fluids and are becoming well established non-invasive biomarkers of many human pathologies. The aim of the present study was to investigate the potential of c-miRNAs to serve as biomarkers of reproductive and metabolic states in rainbow trout. For that purpose, blood plasma was sampled throughout the reproductive cycle from female rainbow trout subjected to two different feeding rates to trigger contrasting metabolic states and subjected to small RNA-seq analysis followed by quantitative PCR validation of a subset of promising candidate c-miRNA biomarkers.


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