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Integrative omics framework for characterization of coral reef ecosystems from the Tara Pacific expedition

Caroline Belser 1, * Julie Poulain 1 Karine Labadie 2 Frederick Gavory 1 Adriana Alberti 3, 1 Julie Guy 2 Quentin Carradec 1 Corinne Cruaud 2 Corinne da Silva 1 Stefan Engelen 1 Paul Mielle 4 Aude Perdereau 2 Gaelle Samson 2 Shahinaz Gas 2 Genoscope Technical Team 2 Christian R Voolstra 5 Pierre E Galand 6 J. Michel Flores 7 Benjamin Cc Hume 5 Gabriela Perna 5 Maren Ziegler 8 Hans-Joachim Ruscheweyh 9 Emilie Boissin 10 Sarah Romac 11 Guillaume Bourdin 12 Guillaume Iwankow 10 Clémentine Moulin 13 David A Paz García 14 Sylvain Agostini 15 Bernard Banaigs 10, 16 Emmanuel Boss 12 Chris Bowler 17 Colomban de Vargas 11 Éric Douville 18, 19 Didier Forcioli 20, 21 Paola Furla 20, 21 Éric Gilson 20, 21 Fabien Lombard 22 Stephane Pesant 23 Stéphanie Reynaud 24 Shinichi Sunagawa 9 Olivier Thomas 25 Romain Troublé 13 Rebecca Vega Thurber 26 Didier Zoccola 24 Claude Scarpelli 2 E Krame Jacoby 2 Pedro H Oliveira 2 Jean-Marc Aury 1 Denis Allemand 24 Serge Planes 10 Patrick Wincker 1 
Abstract : Coral reef science is a fast-growing field propelled by the need to better understand coral health and resilience to devise strategies to slow reef loss resulting from environmental stresses. Key to coral resilience are the symbiotic interactions established within a complex holobiont, i.e. the multipartite assemblages comprising the host coral organism, endosymbiotic dinoflagellates, bacteria, archaea, fungi, and viruses. Tara Pacific is an ambitious project built upon the experience of previous Tara Oceans expeditions, and leveraging state-of-the-art sequencing technologies and analyses to dissect the biodiversity and biocomplexity of the coral holobiont screened across most archipelagos spread throughout the entire Pacific Ocean. Here we detail the Tara Pacific workflow for multi-omics data generation, from sample handling to nucleotide sequence data generation and deposition. This unique multidimensional framework also includes a large amount of concomitant metadata collected side-by-side that provide new assessments of coral reef biodiversity including micro-biodiversity and shape future investigations of coral reef dynamics and their fate in the Anthropocene.
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Submitted on : Tuesday, July 12, 2022 - 6:28:43 PM
Last modification on : Tuesday, October 18, 2022 - 4:30:54 AM

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  • HAL Id : cea-03713370, version 2
  • ARXIV : 2207.02475

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Caroline Belser, Julie Poulain, Karine Labadie, Frederick Gavory, Adriana Alberti, et al.. Integrative omics framework for characterization of coral reef ecosystems from the Tara Pacific expedition. 2022. ⟨cea-03713370v2⟩

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