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Wambreuse Noé

Université de Mons - UMONS > Faculté des Sciences > Service de Biologie des Organismes Marins et Biomimétisme

ORCID
0000-0002-8771-6153

Main Referenced Co-authors
CAULIER, Guillaume  (4)
DELROISSE, Jérôme  (4)
EECKHAUT, Igor  (4)
Borrello, Laura (2)
Hamel, Jean-François (2)
Main Referenced Keywords
Holothuroidea (3); Immune cells (3); Transcriptomics (3); Immune stress (2); Immunity (2);
Main Referenced Disciplines
Aquatic sciences & oceanology (5)
Zoology (4)
Veterinary medicine & animal health (2)

Publications (total 5)

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Wambreuse, N., Hamel, J.-F., & Mercier, A. (December 2021). Epibiotic associations with the deep-sea pycnogonid Nymphon hirtipes Bell, 1855 as a source of biodiversity. Deep-Sea Research. Part I, Oceanographic Research Papers, 178, 103660. doi:10.1016/j.dsr.2021.103660 https://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12907/43638

Wambreuse, N., Delroisse, J., Tagliatti, V., Eeckhaut, I., Laura, B., & Caulier, G. (04 October 2022). How de sea cucumbers cope with bacterial infection? Let's bring coelomocytes into the world of omics. Paper presented at Sea cucumber aquaculture: new challenges, Concarneau, France.

Caulier, G., Jobson, S., Wambreuse, N., Borrello, L., Delroisse, J., Eeckhaut, I., Mercier, A., & Hamel, J.-F. (04 October 2022). From diseases to coelomocytes: the mysterious immune system of sea cucumbers. Paper presented at Sea Cucumber Aquaculture : New Challenges, Concarneau, France.

Wambreuse, N., Delroisse, J., Tagliatti, V., Eeckhaut, I., Laura, B., & Caulier, G. (22 September 2022). The complex immune system of sea cucumbers: a cell story. Paper presented at Benelux Congress of Zoology 2022, Courtrai, Belgium.

Wambreuse, N., Delroisse, J., Eeckhaut, I., Borrello, L., & Caulier, G. (28 April 2022). Into the secrets of the coelomocytes – the immune system sentinels of the endangered sea cucumber Holothuria scabra. Paper presented at Biodiversity in rapidly changing world, Louvain-la-Neuve, Belgium.

Wambreuse, N., Hamel, J.-F., & Mercier, A. (December 2021). Epibiotic associations with the deep-sea pycnogonid Nymphon hirtipes Bell, 1855 as a source of biodiversity. Deep-Sea Research. Part I, Oceanographic Research Papers, 178, 103660. doi:10.1016/j.dsr.2021.103660
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