Thompson Group - Selected Publications

  • Lanzén A, K Lekang, I Jonassen, EM Thompson and C Troedsson (2016). High-throughput metabarcoding of eukaryotic diversity for environmental monitoring of offshore oil-drilling activities. Mol. Ecol. (in press: DOI: 10.1111/mec.13761).

  • Danks G, Raasholm M, Campsteijn C, Long AM, Manak JR, Lenhard B, Thompson EM (2015). Trans-splicing and operons in metazoans: translational control in maternally regulated development and recovery from growth arrest.. Mol. Biol. Evol., 32: 585-599.

  • Danks GB and EM Thompson (2015). Trans-splicing in metazoans: a link to translational control? Worm 4:3, e1046030, DOI: 10.1080/21624054.2015.1046030

  • Henriet S, Sumic S, Doufoundou-Guilengu C1, Flo Jensen M, Grandmougin C, Fal K, Thompson E, Volf JN and Chourrout D (2015). Embryonic expression of endogenous retroviral RNAs in somatic tissues adjacent to the Oikopleura germline Nucleic Acids Res. doi:10.1093/nar/gkv169

  • Lekang K, Thompson EM and C Troedsson (2015). A comparison of DNA extraction methods for biodiversity studies of eukaryotes in marine sediments. Aquat. Micr. Ecol. 75: 15-25.

  • Martí-Solans J, Ferrández-Roldán A, Godoy-Marín H, Badia-Ramentol J, Torres-Aguila NP, Rodríguez-Marí A, Bouquet JM, Chourrout D, Thompson EM, Albalat R, Cañestro C (2015). Oikopleura dioica culturing made easy: a low-cost facility for an emerging animal model in EvoDevo. Genesis 53:183-193.

  • Subramaniam G, Campsteijn C, and EM Thompson (2015). Co-expressed Cyclin D variants cooperate to regulate proliferation of germline nuclei in a syncytium.. Cell Cycle 14: 2129-2141.

  • Øvrebø JI, Campsteijn C, Kourtesis I, Hausen H, Raasholm M, and EM Thompson (2015). Functional specialization of chordate CDK1 paralogs during oogenic meiosis. Cell Cycle 14: 880-893.

  • Calbet A, Sazhin AF, Nejstgaard JC, Berger SA, Tait ZS, Olmos L, Sousoni D, Isari S, Martínez RA, Bouquet JM, Thompson EM, Båmstedt U, Jakobsen HH (2014). Future climate scenarios for a coastal productive planktonic food web resulting in microplankton phenology changes and decreased trophic transfer efficiency. PLoS One, 9:e94388.

  • Hadziavdic K, Lekang K, Lanzen A, Jonassen I, Thompson EM and C Troedsson (2014). Characterization of the 18S rRNA Gene for Designing Universal Eukaryote Specific Primers. PLoS One, 9: e87624.

  • Martí-Solans J, Ferrández-Roldán A, Godoy-Marín H, Badia-Ramentol J, Torres-Águila NP, Rodríguez-Marí A, Bouquet JM, Chourrout D, Thompson EM, Albalat R, and C Cañestro (2014). Oikopleura dioica culturing made easy: A low-cost facility for an emerging animal model in EvoDevo. Genesis, doi: 10.1002/dvg.22800.

  • Subramaniam G, Campsteijn C, and EM Thompson (2014). Lifespan extension in a semelparous chordate occurs via developmental growth arrest just prior to meiotic entry. PLoS One, 9:e93787.

  • Danks G, Campsteijn C, Parida M, Butcher S, Doddapaneni H, Fu B, Petrin R, Metpally R, Lenhard B, Wincker P, Chourrout D, Thompson EM and JR Manak (2013). OikoBase: A genomics and developmental transcriptomics resource for the urochordate Oikopleura dioica. Nucleic Acids Res. 41: 845-853.

  • Lobón CM, Bouquet JM, Reeve M, Novac A, Acuña JL, Thompson EM and C Troedsson (2013). Response of the pelagic Tunicate appendicularian, Oikopleura dioica to controlled simulations of a strong bloom condition: A bottom-up perspective. Limnol. Oceanogr. 58: 215-226.

  • Troedsson C, Bouquet JM, Lobón CM, Novac A, Nejstgaard JC, Dupont S, Bosak S, Jakobsen HH, Romanova N, Pankoke LM, Isla A, Dutz J, Sazhin AF and EM Thompson (2013). Effects of ocean acidification, temperature and nutrient regimes on the appendicularian Oikopleura dioica: A mesocosm study. Mar. Biol. [special issue on ocean acidification], epub ahead of press DOI 10.1007/s00227-012-2137-9

  • Campsteijn C, Øvrebø JI, Karlsen BO and EM Thompson (2012). Expansion of cyclin D and CDK1 paralogs in Oikopleura dioica, a chordate employing diverse cell cycle variants. Mol. Biol. Evol., 29: 487-502.

  • Hosp J, Sagane Y, Danks G and EM Thompson (2012). The evolving proteome of a complex extracellular matrix, the Oikopleura house. PLoS One, 7(7): e40172.

  • Talbert PB, Ahmad K, Almouzni G, Ausió J, Berger F, Bhalla PL, Bonner WM, Cande WZ, Chadwick BP, Chan SWL, Cross GAM, Cui L, Dimitrov SI, Doenecke D, Eirin-López JM, Gorovsky MA, Hake SB, Hamkalo BA, Holec S, Jacobsen SE, Khochbin S, Ladurner AG, Landsman D, Latham JA, Loppin B, Malik HS, Marzluff WF, Pehrson JR, Postberg J, Singh MB, Schneider R, Smith MM, Thompson EM, Torres-Padilla M-E, Tremethick DJ, Turner BM, Waterborg JH, Wollmann H, Yelagandula R, Zhu B and S Henikoff (2012). A unified phylogeny-based nomenclature for histone variants. BMC Epigenetics & Chromatin, 5:7.

  • Yadetie F, Butcher S, Forde HE, Campsteijn C, Bouquet JM, Karlsen OA, Denoeud F, Metpally R, Thompson EM, Manak JR, Goksoyr A, and D Chourrout (2012). Conservation and divergence of chemical defence system in the tunicate Oikopleura dioica revealed by genome wide response to two xenobiotics. BMC Genomics. 13, 55.

  • Moosmann A, Campsteijn C, Jansen PWTC, Nasrallah C, Raasholm M, Stunnenberg HG and EM Thompson (2011). Histone variant innovation in a rapidly evolving chordate lineage. BMC Evol. Biol., 11:208.

  • Sagane Y, Hosp J, Zech K and EM Thompson (2011). Cytoskeleton-mediated templating of complex cellulose-scaffolded extracellular structure in the urochordate Oikopleura. Cell. Mol. Life Sci., 68:1611-1622.

  • Denoeud F, Henriet S, Mungpakdee S, Aury JM, Da Silva C, Brinkmann H, Mikhaleva J, Olsen LC, Jubin C, Cañestro C, Bouquet JM, Danks G, Poulain J, Campsteijn C, Adamski M, Cross I, Yadetie F, Muffato M, Louis A, Butcher S, Tsagkogeorga G, Konrad A. Singh S, Jensen MF, Cong EH, Eikeseth-Otteraa H, Anthouard V, Kachouri-Lafond R, Nishino A, Ugolini M, Chourrout P, Nishida H, Aasland R, Huzurbazar S, Westhof E, Delsuc F, Lehrach H, Reinhardt R, Weissenbach J, Roy SW, Artiguenave F, Postlethwait JH, Manak JR, Thompson EM, Jaillon O, Du Pasquier L, Boudinot P, Liberles DA, Volff JN, Philippe H, Lenhard B, Crollius HR, Wincker P and D Chourrout (2010). Plasticity of animal genome architecture unmasked by rapid evolution of a pelagic tunicate. Science, 330:1381-1385.

  • Sagane Y, Zech K, Bouquet JM, Schmid M, Bal U and EM Thompson (2010). Functional specialization of cellulose synthase genes of prokaryotic origin in chordate larvaceans. Development, 137:1483-1492.

  • Bouquet JM, Spriet E, Troedsson C, Otterå H, Chourrout D and EM Thompson (2009). Culture optimizatin for the emerging zooplanktonic model organism Oikopleura dioica. J. Plankton Res. 31, 359-370.

  • Troedsson C, Bouquet JM, Skinnes R., Acuña JL, Zech K, Frischer ME and EM Thompson (2009). Regulation of filter-feeding house components in response to varying food regimes in the Appendicularian, Oikopleura dioica. J. Plankton Res. 31, 1453-1463.

  • Fu X, Adamski M and EM Thompson (2008). Altered miRNA Repertoire in the Simplified Chordate, Oikopleura dioica. Mol. Biol. Evol. 25, 1067-1080.

  • Ganot P, Moosmann-Schulmeister A and Thompson EM (2008). Oocyte selection is concurrent with meiosis resumption in the coenocystic oogenesis of Oikopleura. Dev Biol. 324, 266-276.

  • Clarke T, Bouquet JM, Fu X, Kallesøe T, and Thompson EM (2007). Rapidly evolving lamins in a chordate, Oikopleura dioica, with unusual nuclear architecture. Gene 396, 159-69.

  • Ganot P, Bouquet JM, Kallesøe T and Thompson EM (2007). The Oikopleura coenocyst, a unique chordate germ cell permitting rapid, extensive modulation of oocyte production. Dev Biol. 302, 591-600.

  • Ganot P, Kallesøe T and Thompson EM (2007). The cytoskeleton organizes germ nuclei with divergent fates and asynchronous cycles in a common cytoplasm during oogenesis in the chordate Oikopleura. Dev Biol.302, 577-590.

  • Schulmeister A, Schmid M and Thompson EM (2007). Phosphorylation of the histone H3.3 variant in mitosis and meiosis of the urochordate Oikopleura dioica. Chrom Res. 15, 189-201.

  • Spada F, Koch J, Sadoni N, Mitchell N, Ganot P, De Boni U, Zink D and Thompson EM (2007). Conserved patterns of nuclear compartmentalization are not observed in the chordate Oikopleura. Biol Cell. 99, 273-287 (cover).

  • Troedsson C, P Ganot, JM Bouquet, DL Aksnes, EM Thompson (2007). Endostyle cell recruitment as a frame of reference for development and growth in the Urochordate Oikopleura dioica. Biol Bull., Dec;213(3):325-334.

  • Troedsson C, Frischer ME, Nejstgaard JC and Thompson EM (2007). Molecular quantification of differential ingestion and particle trapping rates by the Appendicularian Oikopleura dioica as a function of prey size and shape. Limnol. Oceanogr. 52, 416427.

  • Aksnes D, Troedsson C and Thompson EM (2006). A model of developmental time applied to planktonic embryos. Marine Ecology Progress Series 318, 75-80.

  • Aksnes D, Troedsson C and Thompson EM (2006). Integrating developmental clocking and growth in a life-history model for the planktonic chordate Oikopleura dioica. Marine Ecology Progress Series 318, 81-88.

  • Ganot P, Bouquet JM and Thompson EM (2006). Comparative organisation of follicle, accessory cells and spawning anlagen in dynamic semelparous clutch manipulators, the urochordate Oikopleuridae. Biol Cell. 98, 389-401 (cover).

  • Spada F, Chioda M and Thompson EM (2005). Histone H4 post-translational modifications in chordate mitotic and endoreduplicative cell cycles. J Cell Biochem. 95(5):885-901.

  • Spada F, Vincent M and Thompson EM (2005). Plasticity of histone modifications across the invertebrate to vertebrate transition: histone H3 lysine 4 trimethylation in heterochromatin. Chromosome Res. 13(1):57-72.

  • Thompson EM, Spada F and P Ganot (2005). Patterning and Organisation of the House Secreting Epithelium of Oikopleura dioica. In: Gorsky G, Youngbluth MJ and Deibel D (eds.) Response of Marine Ecosystems to Global Change: Ecological Impact of Appendicularians, Ed. G. Gorsky, Gordon and Breach, pp. 89-112.

  • Troedsson C, Grahl-Nielsen O and Thompson EM (2005). Variable fatty acid composition of the pelagic Appendicularian, Oikopleura dioica, in response to dietary quality and quantity. Marine Ecology Progress Series 289:165-176.

  • Chioda M, Spada F, Eskeland R and EM Thompson (2004). Histone mRNAs do not accumulate during S phase of either mitotic or endoreduplicative cycles in the chordate Oikopleura dioica. Molecular and Cellular Biology 24(12):5391-5403.

  • Ganot P, Kallesoe T, Reinhardt R, Chourrout D and Thompson EM (2004). Spliced-leader RNA trans splicing in a chordate, Oikopleura dioica, with a compact genome. Molecular and Cellular Biology 24(17):7795-805.

  • Chioda M, R Eskeland, and EM Thompson (2002). Histone gene complement, variant expression, and mRNA processing in a urochordate Oikopleura dioica that undergoes extensive polyploidization. Mol Biol Evol. 19(12):2247-60.

  • Ganot P, and Thompson EM (2002). Patterning through differential endoreduplication in epithelial organogenesis of the chordate, Oikopleura dioica. Dev Biol. 252(1):59-71.

  • Troedsson C, Bouquet JM, Aksnes DL and Thompson EM (2002). Resource allocation between somatic growth and reproductive output in the pelagic chordate, Oikopleura dioica, allows opportunistic response to nutritional variation. Marine Ecology Progress Series 243:83-91.

  • Seo HC, Kube M, Edvardsen RB, Jensen MF, Beck A, Spriet E, Gorsky G, Thompson EM, Lehrach H, Reinhardt R, Chourrout D (2001). Miniature genome in the marine chordate Oikopleura dioica. Science 294(5551):2506.

  • Spada F, Steen H, Troedsson C, Kallesøe T, Spriet E, Mann M and Thompson EM (2001). Molecular patterning of the oikoplastic epithelium of the larvacean tunicate Oikopleura dioica. J Biol Chem. 276(23):20624-32.

  • Thompson EM, Kallesøe T and Spada F (2001). Diverse genes expressed in distinct regions of the trunk epithelium define a monolayer cellular template for construction of the Oikopleurid house. Dev Biol. 238(2):260-73 (cover).

  • Adenot PG, Campion E, Legouy E, Allis CD, Dimitrov S, Renard JP and Thompson EM (2000). Somatic linker histone H1 is present throughout mouse embryogenesis and is not replaced by variant H1 degrees. J Cell Science 113 (Pt 16):2897-907.

  • Legouy E, Thompson EM, Murchardt C and JP Renard (1998). Differential preimplantation regulation of two mouse homologues of the yeast SWI2 protein. Dev. Dyn. 212, 38-48.

  • Rees JF, de Wergifosse B, Noiset O, Dubuisson M, Janssens B and EM Thompson (1998). The origins of marine bioluminescence: turning oxygen defence mechanisms into deep-sea communication tools. J. Exp. Biol. 201, 1211-1221.

  • Spada F, Brunet A, Mercier Y, Renard JP, Bianchi ME and Thompson EM (1998). High mobility group 1 (HMG1) protein in mouse preimplantation embryos. Mech Dev. 76(1-2):57-66.

  • Thompson EM, Legouy E and Renard JP (1998). Mouse embryos do not wait for the MBT: Chromatin and RNA polymerase remodeling in genome activation at the onset of development. Dev Genet. 22(1):31-42.

  • Adenot P, Mercier Y, Renard JP and EM Thompson (1997). Differential H4 acetylation of paternal and maternal chromatin precedes DNA replication and differential transcriptional activity in pronuclei of 1-cell mouse embryos. Development 124(22):4615-25.

  • Dvorak P, Flechon JE, Thompson EM, Horak V, Adenot P and JP Renard (1997). Expression of the HSP70.1 gene, a landmark of early zygotic activity in the mouse embryo is restricted to the first burst of transcription. Development 121, 113-122.

  • Christians E, Campion E, Thompson EM and JP Renard (1995). Progressive maturation of chromatin structure regulates HSP70.1 gene expression in the preimplantation mouse embryo. Development 121(10):3425-37.

  • Thompson EM, Adenot P, Tsuji FI and JP Renard (1995). Real time imaging of transcriptional activity in live mouse preimplantation embryos using a secreted luciferase. Proc Natl Acad Sci USA 92(5):1317-21.

  • Thompson EM, Legouy E, Christians E and Renard JP (1995). Progressive maturation of chromatin structure regulates HSP70.1 gene expression in the preimplantation mouse embryo. Development 121(10):3425-37.

  • Thompson EM, Christians E, Stinnakre MG and Renard JP (1994). Scaffold-attachment regions stimulate HSP70.1 expression in mouse preimplantation embryos but not in differentiated tissues. Molecular and Cellular Biology 14(7):4694-703.



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