index - Archive ouverte HAL Access content directly

Notices

Chargement de la page

Dépôts

Chargement de la page

Chercher une publication

Chargement de la page

Connaître la politique de mon éditeur?

Chargement de la page

 

 

This collection aims to make an inventory of the publications using flow cytometry in the field of oceanography and microbiology. The definition of flow cytometry is easily deduced from the etymology of its name: measurement (-metry) of the optical properties of cells (cyto-) transported by a vector liquid (flux) to a light source excitation . High-speed analysis performed at the single cell level of free particles (cells) is used to study the structure and properties of the microbial assemblages. Flow cytometry has quickly emerged as a technique of choice by allowing a qualitative and quantitative analysis of individual cells at a frequency of up to several tens of thousands of cells per second. Advances in technology, along with progress in fluorescent markers and molecular biology promise new opportunities for microbiologists in the near future to increase their knowledge on aquatic bacteria, phytoplankton, small protozoa and viruses.

Derniers dépôts

Chargement de la page

 

Contacts
 
Référent publications :
Catherine Beaussier catherine.beaussier@osupytheas.fr
Gérald Gregori gérald.gregori@mio.osupytheas.fr
Soumaya Lahbib soumaya.lahbib@mio.osupytheas.fr
Maurice Libes maurice.libes@osupytheas.fr
 
Authentification
Se connecter ?  Se créer un compte ?  Retrouver son identifiant ou son mot de passe ?... CLIQUEZ, C'EST ICI !

 

 

 

La cytométrie en mots clés

Bay of Marseille Biogeochemistry Microorganism monitoring Prochlorococcus Marine microorganisms Taparura Project Geographical origin Microbiology Keywords Picoplankton Spectral unmixing Front North coast of Sfax Ultraphytoplankton Sorting Upwelling Coastal waters Pigment content DISTRIBUTIONS Whole genome amplification PHOSPHORUS Marine Biology Molecular ecology Compensation Artificial neural network analysis Synechococcus Seamount SUSCEPTIBILITY LIMITATION BACTERIOPLANKTON GROWTH SURFACE Southwest Atlantic Ocean off Brazil WATER BACTERIAL COMMUNITIES Autotrophic microbial assemblage Berre lagoon Biological systems Cell sorting NADS Vertical distribution Gulf of Gabes Fosmid end sequences Source-receptor model HNA REPORTER PHAGE Filaments CONSTRUCTION Poisson regression Taparura restoration project Wind Chlamys farreri North and south coasts of Sfax Multivariate statistics BACTERIOPHAGES Zhikong scallop Quantitative Phycobilisomes Marine cyanobacteria Top-down control FLOW-CYTOMETRY LNA Light stress ESCHERICHIA-COLI PHYTOPLANKTON Automated flow cytometry Functional data analysis Classification Heterotrophic prokaryote Planktonic ciliate NUCLEIC-ACID CONTENT Solar saltern Western Pacific Ocean Clustering Plankton δ13C δ15N size classes flow cytometry Flow cytometry CHROMOSOMAL GENES Choanoflagellates Flow cytometry cell sorting Subjects Ecology Trichomes Multispectral and hyperspectral flow cytometry Mediterranean Sea Cyanobacteria Fine-scale Archaea AQUATIC ECOSYSTEMS Halophiles GFP Fosmid library High frequency In situ growth rates Multispectral detection MYCOBACTERIUM-TUBERCULOSIS Nanoplankton Eastern Mediterranean Sea Heterotrophic bacteria Cultivable method Photoacclimation Phytoplankton CN ratio Bacteria