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Mélanie Blanc

Title: Doctoral Student School/office: School of Science and Technology

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Phone: +46 19 303152

Room: B3316

Mélanie Blanc

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About Mélanie Blanc

I am currently doing my PhD research on epigenetic and transgenerational effects of environmental chemicals. Main objectives are to bring further evidence on transgenerational adverse effects of chemicals in zebrafish as well as assessing the potential of various in vitro models to be informative regarding the underlying epigenetic mechanisms that are affected. To serve this purpose, I am working with microscopy, qPCR, DNA methylation studies, metabolomics as well as fish behavior.

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Articles in journals |  Doctoral theses, comprehensive summaries |  Manuscripts | 

Articles in journals

Blanc, M. , Cormier, B. , Hyötyläinen, T. , Krauss, M. , Scherbak, N. , Cousin, X. & Keiter, S. (2020). Multi- and transgenerational effects following early-life exposure of zebrafish to permethrin and coumarin 47: Impact on growth, fertility, behavior and lipid metabolism. Ecotoxicology and Environmental Safety, 205.
Alfonso, S. , Blanc, M. , Joassard, L. , Keiter, S. , Munschy, C. , Loizeau, V. , Bégout, M. & Cousin, X. (2019). Examining multi- and transgenerational behavioral and molecular alterations resulting from parental exposure to an environmental PCB and PBDE mixture. Aquatic Toxicology, 208, 29-38.

Doctoral theses, comprehensive summaries

Manuscripts

Blanc, M. , Antczak, P. , Cousin, X. , Grunau, C. , Scherbak, N. , Rüegg, J. & Keiter, S. Transgenerational behavioral, transcriptomic, and epigenetic changes in brain after early-life exposure of F0 zebrafish to permethrin.