Jean-François Mangot
Jean-François Mangot
Institut de Ciències del Mar, CSIC
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Short‐term dynamics of diversity patterns: evidence of continual reassembly within lacustrine small eukaryotes
JF Mangot, I Domaizon, N Taib, N Marouni, E Duffaud, G Bronner, ...
Environmental microbiology 15 (6), 1745-1758, 2013
Isolation and characterization of mesotrione-degrading Bacillus sp. from soil
I Batisson, O Crouzet, P Besse-Hoggan, M Sancelme, JF Mangot, ...
Environmental pollution 157 (4), 1195-1201, 2009
Phylogenetic affiliation of SSU rRNA genes generated by massively parallel sequencing: new insights into the freshwater protist diversity
N Taib, JF Mangot, I Domaizon, G Bronner, D Debroas
PLoS One 8 (3), e58950, 2013
Community structure and dynamics of small eukaryotes targeted by new oligonucleotide probes: new insight into the lacustrine microbial food web
JF Mangot, C Lepère, C Bouvier, D Debroas, I Domaizon
Appl. Environ. Microbiol. 75 (19), 6373-6381, 2009
Diversity and dynamics of free-living and particle-associated Betaproteobacteria and Actinobacteria in relation to phytoplankton and zooplankton communities
B Parveen, JP Reveilliez, I Mary, V Ravet, G Bronner, JF Mangot, ...
FEMS microbiology ecology 77 (3), 461-476, 2011
Perkinsozoa, a well-known marine protozoan flagellate parasite group, newly identified in lacustrine systems: a review
JF Mangot, D Debroas, I Domaizon
Hydrobiologia 659 (1), 37-48, 2011
Vertical structure of small eukaryotes in three lakes that differ by their trophic status: a quantitative approach
C Lepère, S Masquelier, JF Mangot, D Debroas, I Domaizon
The ISME journal 4 (12), 1509-1519, 2010
Geographic distance and ecosystem size determine the distribution of smallest protists in lacustrine ecosystems
C Lepère, I Domaizon, N Taïb, JF Mangot, G Bronner, D Boucher, ...
FEMS microbiology ecology 85 (1), 85-94, 2013
Rarity in aquatic microbes: placing protists on the map
R Logares, JF Mangot, R Massana
Research in microbiology 166 (10), 831-841, 2015
Accessing the genomic information of unculturable oceanic picoeukaryotes by combining multiple single cells
JF Mangot, R Logares, P Sánchez, F Latorre, Y Seeleuthner, S Mondy, ...
Scientific Reports 7, 41498, 2017
Temperature regulation of marine heterotrophic prokaryotes increases latitudinally as a breach between bottom‐up and top‐down controls
XAG Morán, JM Gasol, MC Pernice, JF Mangot, R Massana, E Lara, ...
Global change biology 23 (9), 3956-3964, 2017
Single-cell genomics of multiple uncultured stramenopiles reveals underestimated functional diversity across oceans
Y Seeleuthner, S Mondy, V Lombard, Q Carradec, E Pelletier, M Wessner, ...
Nature communications 9 (1), 310, 2018
X-Cells Are Globally Distributed, Genetically Divergent Fish Parasites Related to Perkinsids and Dinoflagellates
MA Freeman, J Fuss, A Kristmundsson, MFM Bjorbækmo, JF Mangot, ...
Current Biology 27 (11), 1645-1651. e3, 2017
Assessing the viral content of uncultured picoeukaryotes in the global‐ocean by single cell genomics
YM Castillo, JF Mangot, LF Benites, R Logares, M Kuronishi, H Ogata, ...
Molecular ecology, 2019
Constant abundances of ubiquitous uncultured protists in the open sea assessed by automated microscopy
JF Mangot, I Forn, A Obiol, R Massana
Environmental microbiology 20 (10), 3876-3889, 2018
Detection of Virophages signatures in single amplified genomes (SAGs) of marine Stramenopiles
Y Castillo, JF Mangot, F Benites, H Ogata, M Kuronishi, R Logares, ...
Comparative genomics of unculturable marine flagellates (MAST-4) using Single-Amplified Genomes
F Latorre, A Labarre, R Logares, R Massana, JF Mangot, O Jaillion
European Molecular Biology Organization, 2017
Unveilling Virophage Mavirus signatures in uncultured marine Stramenopiles through Single Cell Sequencing
Y Castillo, JF Mangot, R Logares, M Sebastián, D Vaqué, R Massana
Dynamique spatio-temporelle du picoplancton eucaryote lacustre: approches moléculaires par FISH et pyrosequençage
JF Mangot
Université de Grenoble, 2011
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