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@@ -1,5 +1,5 @@
 [[!meta title="A mobile robotic chemist."]]
-[[!tag automation]]
+[[!tag robot automation]]
 
 A mobile robotic chemist.
 
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@@ -0,0 +1,10 @@
+[[!meta title="An artificial aquatic polyp that wirelessly attracts, grasps, and releases objects."]]
+[[!tag robot]]
+
+Pilz da Cunha M, Kandail HS, den Toonder JMJ, Schenning APHJ.
+
+Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2020 Jul 28;117(30):17571-17577. doi: 10.1073/pnas.2004748117
+
+An artificial aquatic polyp that wirelessly attracts, grasps, and releases objects.
+
+[[!pmid 32661153 desc="A magnetic PDMS stem rotates to create a water flow.  When a liquid droplet comes near, UV light is sent to induce folding of liquid cristal polymer arms."]]

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+[[!meta title="ZipSeq: barcoding for real-time mapping of single cell transcriptomes."]]
+[[!tag single_cell method]]
+
+Hu KH, Eichorst JP, McGinnis CS, Patterson DM, Chow ED, Kersten K, Jameson SC, Gartner ZJ, Rao AA, Krummel MF.
+
+Nat Methods. 2020 Aug;17(8):833-843. doi:10.1038/s41592-020-0880-2
+
+ZipSeq: barcoding for real-time mapping of single cell transcriptomes.
+
+[[!pmid 32632238 desc="Bind antibodies with conjugated oligonucleotides to the cell.  Uncage one strand in regions of interest and hybdidise to a specific barclde.  Repeat for other ROIs.  Dissociate and single-cell sequence."]]

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--- a/biblio/To_Do
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@@ -257,15 +257,9 @@ Tags are also frequently found in the CDS, but rarely in the 3'UTR. Tag number i
 15893974 [enhancers] [not read]
 vent2 and id3 regulator elements identified by xenopus-human comparisons.
 
-15923379 [enzymes]
-50 residues were mutated and tested for complementation in a Trl1 null yeast strain.
-
 15782219 [miRNA]
 Small RNA viruses and retroviruses do not seem to encode miRNAs. Some viral miRNAs are transcribed through a polIII tRNA promoter.
 
-15815676 [misc]
-A badly writtem MTA can be worse than non MTA at all.
-
 15937218 [miRNA]
 Repeat Associated siRNA (rasiRNA) were detected in zebrafish.
 
@@ -335,18 +329,12 @@ Out of 126 ultraconserved elements in a melanogaster / A. Gambiae comparison, on
 12429865 [tags]
 Provides an easy access to various statistical tests.
 
-16059932 [enhancers] [not read]
-Small human-fugu conserved sequences (max 24 bp) in the promoter and intron 1 of a non-TF gene.
-
 15339345 [tags]
 Usage of "Bayes Error Rate" instead of a cutoff on p-values. R packaged available under GPL.
 
 16103215 [misc]
 Supports the idea that the only function of some RNA is to have been transcribed.
 
-16077029 [misc]
-Suppressive PCR allows the use of one gene-specific primer, and one random primer. Asymetric cloning is the second safeguard against background.
-
 16049110 [enhancers]
 The minimal promoter used here is from GATA2 and may cause a bias towards enhancers of developmental regulators.
 
@@ -377,9 +365,6 @@ Single-tube nested PCR using two different annealing temperatures.
 11574151 [neurogenin]
 Unlike mouse ngn3, zebrafish ngn3 is not expressed in the pancreas (but zebrafish ngn1 is).
 
-16280998 [patents]
-Perpetual-motion machines are not patentable.
-
 16224006 [IP]
 20 % of the human coding genome is patented.
 
@@ -425,9 +410,6 @@ This miRNA is localised with its target in the synapto-dendritic compartment.
 16458883 [enhancers]
 The first enhancer conserved from insects to vertebrates.
 
-16465154 [IP]
-In the US, one can not be inventor on a patent if he has not made an intellectual contribution.
-
 16408288 [enhancers]
 Not read. Sox 2 enhancers conserved in vertebrates.
 
@@ -443,9 +425,6 @@ Proposing a distributed research system similar to distributed computing, and di
 16336043 [misc]
 The human faeces might be a vector of infections plant RNA viruses.
 
-16489339 [tags]
-Protocol with random primers
-
 16495311 [enhancers]
 Not read. Enhancers of Krox-20, conserved between chicken and mouse.
 

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+[[!meta title="Analysis of Ugandan cervical carcinomas identifies human papillomavirus clade-specific epigenome and transcriptome landscapes."]]
+[[!tag HPV]]
+
+Gagliardi, A., Porter, V. L., Zong, Z., Bowlby, R., Titmuss, E., Namirembe, C., Griner, N. B., Petrello, H., Bowen, J., Chan, S. K., Culibrk, L., Darragh, T. M., Stoler, M. H., Wright, T. C., Gesuwan, P., Dyer, M. A., Ma, Y., Mungall, K. L., Jones, S., Nakisige, C., … Marra, M. A. 
+
+Analysis of Ugandan cervical carcinomas identifies human papillomavirus clade-specific epigenome and transcriptome landscapes.
+
+Nature genetics, 52(8), 800–810. 2020 DOI:10.1038/s41588-020-0673-7
+
+[[!pmid 32747824 desc="“SMGs [significantly mutated genes] included [PIK3CA] FAT1, KMT2D, FBXW7, CASP8, MAPK1 and ZNF750.”  “High-risk HPV-16 (clade A9), HPV-18 and HPV-45 (clade A7) were the most abundant”.  ”KLF12, TP63, RAD51B and MYC were among 16 genes that were the closest in proximity to an integration event in multiple samples”.  “ERVs [...] expression was significantly higher in integrated samples and was also positively correlated with the number of HPV insertions within the event.”  “The absence of E2 expression in the A7-enriched cluster supports the current understanding that tumors with HPV-18 (clade A7) are always associated with integration, which leads to loss of E2 expression.”  “Conversely, only about 76% of cervical tumors with HPV-16 (clade A9) show evidence of HPV integration, supporting the presumed presence of episomal HPV DNA due to the persistent expression of the E2 gene observed in our samples.”"]]

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diff --git a/biblio/28336562.mdwn b/biblio/28336562.mdwn
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--- a/biblio/28336562.mdwn
+++ b/biblio/28336562.mdwn
@@ -1,5 +1,5 @@
 [[!meta title="De novo assembly of the Aedes aegypti genome using Hi-C yields chromosome-length scaffolds."]]
-[[!tag centromere chromosome muller_element]]
+[[!tag mosquito centromere chromosome muller_element]]
 
 Dudchenko O, Batra SS, Omer AD, Nyquist SK, Hoeger M, Durand NC, Shamim MS, Machol I, Lander ES, Aiden AP, Aiden EL.
 

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+[[!meta title="pages tagged fish"]]
+
+[[!inline pages="tagged(fish)" actions="no" archive="yes"
+feedshow=10]]

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diff --git a/biblio/32684159.mdwn b/biblio/32684159.mdwn
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@@ -0,0 +1,10 @@
+[[!meta title="Assembly of the threespine stickleback Y chromosome reveals convergent signatures of sex chromosome evolution"]]
+[[!tag fish genome chromosome structure centromere]]
+
+Peichel CL, McCann SR, Ross JA, Naftaly AFS, Urton JR, Cech JN, Grimwood J, Schmutz J, Myers RM, Kingsley DM, White MA.
+
+Genome Biol. 2020 Jul 19;21(1):177. doi:10.1186/s13059-020-02097-x
+
+Assembly of the threespine stickleback Y chromosome reveals convergent signatures of sex chromosome evolution.
+
+[[!pmid 32684159 desc="“debris” fragments wrongly identified by 3D-DNA were added back to the assembly.  Centromere of chrY different from the one of chrX."]]
diff --git a/tags/centromere.mdwn b/tags/centromere.mdwn
index e24282ed..40284a22 100644
--- a/tags/centromere.mdwn
+++ b/tags/centromere.mdwn
@@ -12,5 +12,7 @@ _Work in progress_
    2020|biblio/31958060]].
  - Centromere relocation to a transcribed region in yeast, detected by ChIP of
    centromeric H3 [[Ola and coll., 2020|biblio/32424070]].
+ - In the three-spine stickleback, the centromere sequence of chrX differs from
+   the one of chrY ([[Peichel and coll., 2020|biblio/32684159]]).
 
 [[!inline pages="tagged(centromere)" limit="0"]]

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diff --git a/biblio/32663838.mdwn b/biblio/32663838.mdwn
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--- /dev/null
+++ b/biblio/32663838.mdwn
@@ -0,0 +1,10 @@
+[[!meta title="Telomere-to-telomere assembly of a complete human X chromosome."]]
+[[!tag chromosome structure]]
+
+Miga KH, Koren S, Rhie A, Vollger MR, Gershman A, Bzikadze A, Brooks S, Howe E, Porubsky D, Logsdon GA, Schneider VA, Potapova T, Wood J, Chow W, Armstrong J, Fredrickson J, Pak E, Tigyi K, Kremitzki M, Markovic C, Maduro V, Dutra A, Bouffard GG, Chang AM, Hansen NF, Wilfert AB, Thibaud-Nissen F, Schmitt AD, Belton JM, Selvaraj S, Dennis MY, Soto DC, Sahasrabudhe R, Kaya G, Quick J, Loman NJ, Holmes N, Loose M, Surti U, Risques RA, Lindsay TAG, Fulton R, Hall I, Paten B, Howe K, Timp W, Young A, Mullikin JC, Pevzner PA, Gerton JL, Sullivan BA, Eichler EE, Phillippy AM.
+
+Nature. 2020 Jul 14. doi: 10.1038/s41586-020-2547-7.
+
+Telomere-to-telomere assembly of a complete human X chromosome.
+
+[[!pmid  32663838 desc="The Hi-C contact map of the human X chromosome shows that its long arm is divided in two large areas that have reduced interactions with each other."]]

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@@ -0,0 +1,4 @@
+[[!meta title="pages tagged supergene"]]
+
+[[!inline pages="tagged(supergene)" actions="no" archive="yes"
+feedshow=10]]

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diff --git a/biblio/23334415.mdwn b/biblio/23334415.mdwn
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+++ b/biblio/23334415.mdwn
@@ -0,0 +1,10 @@
+[[!meta title="A Y-like social chromosome causes alternative colony organization in fire ants."]]
+[[!tag chromosome variants supergene]]
+
+Wang J, Wurm Y, Nipitwattanaphon M, Riba-Grognuz O, Huang YC, Shoemaker D, Keller L.
+
+Nature. 2013 Jan 31;493(7434):664-8. doi:10.1038/nature11832
+
+A Y-like social chromosome causes alternative colony organization in fire ants.
+
+[[!pmid 23334415 desc="“The lack of recombination over more than half of the two heteromorphic social chromosomes can be explained by at least one large inversion of around 9 megabases, and this absence of recombination has led to the accumulation of deleterious mutations, including repetitive elements in the non-recombining region of Sb compared with the homologous region of SB.”"]]

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@@ -0,0 +1,10 @@
+[[!meta title="A new strategy to amplify degraded RNA from small tissue samples for microarray studies."]]
+[[!tag reverse_transcription amplification]]
+
+Xiang CC, Chen M, Ma L, Phan QN, Inman JM, Kozhich OA, Brownstein MJ.
+
+Nucleic Acids Res. 2003 May 1;31(9):e53. doi:10.1093/nar/gng053
+
+A new strategy to amplify degraded RNA from small tissue samples for microarray studies.
+
+[[!pmid 12711698 desc="Uses T3N9 instead of T7dT during all the RT reactions. No 3' bias. Efficient on degraded RNA. Independant of polyadenylation (useful for non-polyA genes, like histones)."]]
diff --git a/biblio/To_Do b/biblio/To_Do
index de0a3f83..071d9e24 100644
--- a/biblio/To_Do
+++ b/biblio/To_Do
@@ -20,12 +20,6 @@ Aminoallyl UTP to labal cRNAs. In contrast to cDNAs, DMSO is required for subseq
 12161654 [misc]
 Fluorescent bar-coded oligos to monitor transcription in vivo.
 
-10499525 [single cell]
-Single cell RT-PCR.
-
-12711698 [amplification] [tracked]
-Uses T3N9 instead of T7dT during all the RT reactions. No 3' bias. Efficient on degraded RNA. Independant of polyadenylation (useful for non-polyA genes, like histones).
-
 14606961 [libraries]
 The nuclease activity of T7 RNA pol could also show some transcript specificity.
 

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diff --git a/biblio/32677034.mdwn b/biblio/32677034.mdwn
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@@ -0,0 +1,10 @@
+[[!meta title="A genome database for a Japanese population of the larvacean Oikopleura dioica."]]
+[[!tag Oikopleura genome OIST]]
+
+Wang K, Tomura R, Chen W, Kiyooka M, Ishizaki H, Aizu T, Minakuchi Y, Seki M, Suzuki Y, Omotezako T, Suyama R, Masunaga A, Plessy C, Luscombe NM, Dantec C, Lemaire P, Itoh T, Toyoda A, Nishida H, Onuma TA.
+
+A genome database for a Japanese population of the larvacean Oikopleura dioica.
+
+Dev Growth Differ. 2020 Jul 16. doi:10.1111/dgd.12689
+
+[[!pmid 32677034 desc="The OSKA2016 genome."]]
diff --git a/tags/Oikopleura.mdwn b/tags/Oikopleura.mdwn
index a5d46cb7..f2b6fe29 100644
--- a/tags/Oikopleura.mdwn
+++ b/tags/Oikopleura.mdwn
@@ -81,6 +81,8 @@ Genome
    ([[Denoeud et al., 2010|biblio/21097902]]).  In 2019, it is the smallest
    sequenced chordate genome, but some [[nematodes|nematode]] have been found
    with smaller genomes.
+ - The OSAKA2016 genome assembly (PacBio) from the North Pacific species is ~65 Mb-long
+   [[Wang and coll., 2020|biblio/32677034]].
  - Other oikopleuid genomes have been sequenced by [[Naville and coll. (2019)|biblio/30880010]]:
    small genomes are also found in _O. longicauda_ (131 Mbp) and _F. borealis_ (91 Mbp).
    There is an apparent correlation between organism size and genome size:

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diff --git a/biblio/10537171.mdwn b/biblio/10537171.mdwn
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@@ -0,0 +1,10 @@
+[[!meta title="Single cell reverse transcription-polymerase chain reaction analysis of rat supraoptic magnocellular neurons: neuropeptide phenotypes and high voltage-gated calcium channel subtypes."]]
+[[!tag single_cell]]
+
+Glasgow E, Kusano K, Chin H, Mezey E, Young WS 3rd, Gainer H.
+
+Endocrinology. 1999 Nov;140(11):5391-401. doi:10.1210/endo.140.11.7136
+
+Single cell reverse transcription-polymerase chain reaction analysis of rat supraoptic magnocellular neurons: neuropeptide phenotypes and high voltage-gated calcium channel subtypes
+
+[[!pmid 10537171 desc="cDNA synthesis primed with random hexamers."]]
diff --git a/biblio/To_Do b/biblio/To_Do
index 17806808..de0a3f83 100644
--- a/biblio/To_Do
+++ b/biblio/To_Do
@@ -11,9 +11,6 @@ PATRICIA J. WITTKOPP, BELINDA K. HAERUM & ANDREW G. CLARK
 http://www.plosbiology.org/plosonline/?request=get-document&doi=10.1371%2Fjournal.pbio.0020178
 ggcacgcga/cc => C-box for dro hairy.
 
-10537171
-Full in situ random priming cDNA synthesis
-
 12593794 [general]
 Noise due to RNA extraction is 40 times greater than noise due to replicate hybridisation
 

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index 00000000..9824d716
--- /dev/null
+++ b/biblio/10.1126_sciadv.aaz9037.mdwn
@@ -0,0 +1,10 @@
+[[!meta title="Ocean currents promote rare species diversity in protists"]]
+[[!tag speciation]]
+
+Paula Villa Martín, Aleš Buček, Thomas Bourguignon and Simone Pigolotti
+
+Science Advances  15 Jul 2020 Vol. 6, no. 29, eaaz9037 doi:10.1126/sciadv.aaz9037
+
+Ocean currents promote rare species diversity in protists
+
+[[!doi 10.1126/sciadv.aaz9037 desc="The model runs backwards in time and merge individuals in species if they can be traced to a common geographical origin.  Ocean currents increase species diversity by limiting mixture."]]

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index 00000000..f1b6c7c3
--- /dev/null
+++ b/biblio/31036053.mdwn
@@ -0,0 +1,10 @@
+[[!meta title=""]]
+[[!tag sequence_tag bias]]
+
+Measuring sequencer size bias using REcount: a novel method for highly accurate Illumina sequencing-based quantification.
+
+Gohl DM, Magli A, Garbe J, Becker A, Johnson DM, Anderson S, Auch B, Billstein B, Froehling E, McDevitt SL, Beckman KB.
+
+Genome Biol. 2019 Apr 29;20(1):85. doi:10.1186/s13059-019-1691-6
+
+[[!pmid 31036053 desc="Sequencing templates already containing full Illumina adapters are cleaved from plasmids with a type IIS enzyme that generates blunt ends.  Comparison between fixed-length and variable-length payloads allowed to study the size bias in Illumina sequencers.  NextSeq > iSeq > MiSeq > NovaSeq.  A freeze-thaw cycle reduced the prevalence of the smallest templates (~150 bp)."]]

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+++ b/biblio/32619237.mdwn
@@ -0,0 +1,12 @@
+[[!meta title="Embryonic tissue differentiation is characterized by transitions in cell cycle dynamic-
+associated core promoter regulation."]]
+[[!tag CAGE zebrafish cell_cycle promoter]]
+
+Nucleic Acids Res. 2020 Jul 3:gkaa563. doi:10.1093/nar/gkaa563
+
+Wragg JW, Roos L, Vucenovic D, Cvetesic N, Lenhard B, Müller F.
+
+Embryonic tissue differentiation is characterized by transitions in cell cycle dynamic-
+associated core promoter regulation.
+
+[[!pmid 32619237 desc="“TATA-box enrichment in genes upregulated in G1 (∼30 bp upstream of the TSS), but no enrichment in WW dinucleotide frequency between the G1 and S/G2/M differentially expressed gene sets.”  “Four TATA-divergent poly-W pentamers (TTAAA, TAAAT, TTTAA, AATAA) were significantly enriched (P < 0.001–0.01) in the promoters of genes upregulated in S/G2/M cells.”  “TATA-box utilization is highly enriched in sharp promoters over other behaviours, interestingly however this is only true in the gene set upregulated in G1. In the S/G2/M upregulated gene set promoter shape was only weakly associated with TATA utilization.”"]]

Suppressive PCR.
diff --git a/biblio/7731798.mdwn b/biblio/7731798.mdwn
index 78722dac..bf12e97c 100644
--- a/biblio/7731798.mdwn
+++ b/biblio/7731798.mdwn
@@ -1,5 +1,5 @@
 [[!meta title="An improved PCR method for walking in uncloned genomic DNA."]]
-[[!tag method library]]
+[[!tag method amplification library]]
 
 Nucleic Acids Res. 1995 Mar 25;23(6):1087-8.
 
diff --git a/tags/amplification.mdwn b/tags/amplification.mdwn
index c2e5833a..f5162ec2 100644
--- a/tags/amplification.mdwn
+++ b/tags/amplification.mdwn
@@ -1,4 +1,8 @@
 [[!meta title="pages tagged amplification"]]
 
-[[!inline pages="tagged(amplification)" actions="no" archive="yes"
-feedshow=10]]
+_work in progress..._
+
+‘Suppression PCR’ was first published in English in [[Siebert and coll.,
+1995|biblio/7731798]].  Figure 1B shows a ‘panhandle’ structure.
+
+[[!inline pages="tagged(amplification)" limit=0]]

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diff --git a/biblio/32494014.mdwn b/biblio/32494014.mdwn
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index 00000000..ef51a344
--- /dev/null
+++ b/biblio/32494014.mdwn
@@ -0,0 +1,10 @@
+[[!meta title="Insights into variation in meiosis from 31,228 human sperm genomes."]]
+[[!tag recombination meiosis single_cell]]
+
+Bell AD, Mello CJ, Nemesh J, Brumbaugh SA, Wysoker A, McCarroll SA.
+
+Nature. 2020 Jul;583(7815):259-264. doi:10.1038/s41586-020-2347-0
+
+Insights into variation in meiosis from 31,228 human sperm genomes.
+
+[[!pmid 32494014 desc="“We identified 813,122 crossovers in the 31,228 gamete genomes.” “Gametes with fewer crossovers in half of their genome tended to have fewer crossovers in the other half of their genome.” “Large concentrations of crossovers in distal regions.” “The sex chromosomes and acrocentric chromosomes had the highest rates of aneuploidy.”"]]

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+++ b/biblio/1557406.mdwn
@@ -0,0 +1,10 @@
+[[!meta title="Analysis of gene expression in single live neurons."]]
+[[!tag amplification]]
+
+Eberwine J, Yeh H, Miyashiro K, Cao Y, Nair S, Finnell R, Zettel M, Coleman P.
+
+Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 1992 Apr 1;89(7):3010-4. doi:10.1073/pnas.89.7.3010
+
+Analysis of gene expression in single live neurons.
+
+[[!pmid 1557406  desc="Adds a second round of amplification."]]
diff --git a/biblio/To_Do b/biblio/To_Do
index 99956f1d..17806808 100644
--- a/biblio/To_Do
+++ b/biblio/To_Do
@@ -4,12 +4,6 @@ Nature 430, 85 - 88 (01 July 2004); doi:10.1038/nature02698
 Evolutionary changes in cis and trans gene regulation 
 PATRICIA J. WITTKOPP, BELINDA K. HAERUM & ANDREW G. CLARK 
 
-1557406
-Adds a second round of amplification
-
-11687821
-Review citing the 2 upper articles
-
 12172558
 * Says that exponential (65+25 cycles) is more faithful than linear.
 * Limits [dNTP] to produce only 3' cDNA that are a few hundrer base pairs long.

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@@ -0,0 +1,10 @@
+[[!meta title="A mobile robotic chemist."]]
+[[!tag automation]]
+
+A mobile robotic chemist.
+
+Nature. 2020 Jul;583(7815):237-241. doi:10.1038/s41586-020-2442-2
+
+Burger B, Maffettone PM, Gusev VV, Aitchison CM, Bai Y, Wang X, Li X, Alston BM, Li B, Clowes R, Rankin N, Harris B, Sprick RS, Cooper AI.
+
+[[!pmid 32641813 desc="“The robot uses laser scanning and touch feedback, rather than a vision system. It can therefore operate in complete darkness, if needed.“  “The robot operated autonomously over eight days, performing 688 experiments within a ten-variable experimental space, driven by a batched Bayesian search algorithm.”"]]

Lab culture.
diff --git a/biblio/32628172.mdwn b/biblio/32628172.mdwn
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@@ -0,0 +1,10 @@
+[[!meta title="Streamlined Sampling and Cultivation of the Pelagic Cosmopolitan Larvacean, Oikopleura dioica."]]
+[[!tag OIST Oikopleura]]
+
+Masunaga A, Liu AW, Tan Y, Scott A, Luscombe NM.
+
+J Vis Exp. 2020 Jun 16;(160). doi:10.3791/61279
+
+Streamlined Sampling and Cultivation of the Pelagic Cosmopolitan Larvacean, Oikopleura dioica.
+
+[[!pmid 32628172 desc="OISTs culture protocol."]]
diff --git a/tags/Oikopleura.mdwn b/tags/Oikopleura.mdwn
index 23aec410..a5d46cb7 100644
--- a/tags/Oikopleura.mdwn
+++ b/tags/Oikopleura.mdwn
@@ -603,6 +603,10 @@ Culture protocols (incomplete list):
    helicoidal paddle to stir the culture.
  - Tested once in Ctenophore tubes ([[Patry, Bubel, Hansen and Knowles,
    2020|biblio/32292660]]).
+ - Nishida lab protocol: [[Nishida 2008|biblio/18494706]].
+ - Thompson lab protocol: [[Bouquet and coll., 2009|biblio/19461862]].
+ - Cañestro lab protocol: [[Martí-Solans and coll., 2015|biblio/25044679]].
+ - OIST's culture protocol: [[Masunaga and coll., 2020|biblio/32628172]].
 
 Food tested in laboratory (totally incomplete list):
 

Syntax
diff --git a/tags/Drosophila.mdwn b/tags/Drosophila.mdwn
index c6bd41c7..78a4581f 100644
--- a/tags/Drosophila.mdwn
+++ b/tags/Drosophila.mdwn
@@ -12,6 +12,6 @@ and Nei  (1995)|biblio/7739381]]) suggests that D. mel and D. pseudoobscura
 diverged 24.9 +/- 2.88 My ago, based on the assumption that D. picticornis and
 D. silvestris diverged 5.1 My ago.
 
-See also [[muller_elements]].
+See also [[Muller elements|muller_element]].
 
 [[!inline pages="tagged(Drosophila)" limit=0]]

Move text
diff --git a/tags/Drosophila.mdwn b/tags/Drosophila.mdwn
index bbf30799..c6bd41c7 100644
--- a/tags/Drosophila.mdwn
+++ b/tags/Drosophila.mdwn
@@ -12,7 +12,6 @@ and Nei  (1995)|biblio/7739381]]) suggests that D. mel and D. pseudoobscura
 diverged 24.9 +/- 2.88 My ago, based on the assumption that D. picticornis and
 D. silvestris diverged 5.1 My ago.
 
-_D. bifasciata_ (and other Drosophila) have large and highly repetitive
-pericentric regions [[Bracewell and coll., 2020|biblio/31969429]]
+See also [[muller_elements]].
 
 [[!inline pages="tagged(Drosophila)" limit=0]]
diff --git a/tags/muller_element.mdwn b/tags/muller_element.mdwn
index b1d29765..dad30cae 100644
--- a/tags/muller_element.mdwn
+++ b/tags/muller_element.mdwn
@@ -12,4 +12,7 @@ species, and few contacts between both arms of the same chromosome ([[Dudchenko
 and coll., 2017|biblio/28336562]]).  Note that the chromosomes of Aedes aegypti
 are significantly larger than what is usually found in Drosophila.
 
+_D. bifasciata_ (and other Drosophila) have large and highly repetitive
+pericentric regions [[Bracewell and coll., 2020|biblio/31969429]].
+
 [[!inline pages="tagged(muller_element)" limit=0]]

cleanup
diff --git a/biblio/16790564.mdwn b/biblio/16790564.mdwn
index cb8160df..cc605a75 100644
--- a/biblio/16790564.mdwn
+++ b/biblio/16790564.mdwn
@@ -1,5 +1,5 @@
 [[!meta title="Primer Extension Enrichment Reaction (PEER): A New Subtraction Method for Identification of Genetic Differences Between Biological Specimens"]]
-[[!tag method protocol]]
+[[!tag method library]]
 
 Ganova-Raeva L, Zhang X, Cao F, Fields H, Khudyakov Y.
 
diff --git a/biblio/31969429.mdwn b/biblio/31969429.mdwn
index f48e4619..c2452220 100644
--- a/biblio/31969429.mdwn
+++ b/biblio/31969429.mdwn
@@ -1,5 +1,5 @@
 [[!meta title="Chromosome-Level Assembly of _Drosophila bifasciata_ Reveals Important Karyotypic Transition of the X Chromosome."]]
-[[!tag Hi-C Drosophila genome]]
+[[!tag Drosophila centromere chromosome muller_element]]
 
 Bracewell R, Tran A, Chatla K, Bachtrog D.
 
diff --git a/tags/Hi-C.mdwn b/tags/Hi-C.mdwn
deleted file mode 100644
index a68fe3b5..00000000
--- a/tags/Hi-C.mdwn
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,4 +0,0 @@
-[[!meta title="pages tagged Hi-C"]]
-
-[[!inline pages="tagged(Hi-C)" actions="no" archive="yes"
-feedshow=10]]
diff --git a/tags/products.mdwn b/tags/products.mdwn
deleted file mode 100644
index fb0cb13f..00000000
--- a/tags/products.mdwn
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,4 +0,0 @@
-[[!meta title="pages tagged products"]]
-
-[[!inline pages="tagged(products)" actions="no" archive="yes"
-feedshow=10]]

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diff --git a/tags/Hi-C.mdwn b/tags/Hi-C.mdwn
new file mode 100644
index 00000000..a68fe3b5
--- /dev/null
+++ b/tags/Hi-C.mdwn
@@ -0,0 +1,4 @@
+[[!meta title="pages tagged Hi-C"]]
+
+[[!inline pages="tagged(Hi-C)" actions="no" archive="yes"
+feedshow=10]]

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diff --git a/biblio/16790564.mdwn b/biblio/16790564.mdwn
new file mode 100644
index 00000000..cb8160df
--- /dev/null
+++ b/biblio/16790564.mdwn
@@ -0,0 +1,10 @@
+[[!meta title="Primer Extension Enrichment Reaction (PEER): A New Subtraction Method for Identification of Genetic Differences Between Biological Specimens"]]
+[[!tag method protocol]]
+
+Ganova-Raeva L, Zhang X, Cao F, Fields H, Khudyakov Y.
+
+Nucleic Acids Res. 2006 Jun 21;34(11):e76. doi: 10.1093/nar/gkl391
+
+Primer Extension Enrichment Reaction (PEER): A New Subtraction Method for Identification of Genetic Differences Between Biological Specimens
+
+[[!pmid 16790564 desc="Generates primers by MmeI cleavage of cDNA extremities, and inactivates those which are complementary to the driver library by extending them with ddNTP"]]
diff --git a/biblio/To_Do b/biblio/To_Do
index 8021e42b..99956f1d 100644
--- a/biblio/To_Do
+++ b/biblio/To_Do
@@ -512,9 +512,6 @@ rasiRNA, the drosophila piRNA, are 5'P and one of their 2' or 3' is not OH. They
 16778056 [small RNAs]
 Its neighbors got pseudogenized too in humans.
 
-16790564 [protocols]
-Generates primers by MmeI cleavage of cDNA extremities, and inactivates those which are complementary to the driver library by extending them with ddNTP.
-
 16822854 [protocols]
 The fluorophore and the quencher are separated by the strand-displacement activity of the enzyme.
 
@@ -833,9 +830,6 @@ Evidence for complex polyA minus mRNA.
 18836037 [misc]
 [not read] Having a binding site is not always essential.
 
-18829718 [enzymes]
-[not read]De-adenylates at 35 ℃, and circularises at 65 ℃.
-
 18988746 [genome]
 [not read] Many chromosomal aberrations in ES cells.
 

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diff --git a/biblio/31969429.mdwn b/biblio/31969429.mdwn
new file mode 100644
index 00000000..f48e4619
--- /dev/null
+++ b/biblio/31969429.mdwn
@@ -0,0 +1,10 @@
+[[!meta title="Chromosome-Level Assembly of _Drosophila bifasciata_ Reveals Important Karyotypic Transition of the X Chromosome."]]
+[[!tag Hi-C Drosophila genome]]
+
+Bracewell R, Tran A, Chatla K, Bachtrog D.
+
+G3 (Bethesda). 2020 Mar 5;10(3):891-897. doi:10.1534/g3.119.400922
+
+Chromosome-Level Assembly of _Drosophila bifasciata_ Reveals Important Karyotypic Transition of the X Chromosome.
+
+[[!pmid 31969429 desc="Chromosome arms do not interact much with each other.  Large and highly repetitive pericentric regions in which it is hard to map the Hi-C reads."]]
diff --git a/tags/Drosophila.mdwn b/tags/Drosophila.mdwn
index 5d7fe7f3..bbf30799 100644
--- a/tags/Drosophila.mdwn
+++ b/tags/Drosophila.mdwn
@@ -12,4 +12,7 @@ and Nei  (1995)|biblio/7739381]]) suggests that D. mel and D. pseudoobscura
 diverged 24.9 +/- 2.88 My ago, based on the assumption that D. picticornis and
 D. silvestris diverged 5.1 My ago.
 
+_D. bifasciata_ (and other Drosophila) have large and highly repetitive
+pericentric regions [[Bracewell and coll., 2020|biblio/31969429]]
+
 [[!inline pages="tagged(Drosophila)" limit=0]]

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diff --git a/biblio/8474458.mdwn b/biblio/8474458.mdwn
new file mode 100644
index 00000000..3881a3d6
--- /dev/null
+++ b/biblio/8474458.mdwn
@@ -0,0 +1,10 @@
+[[!meta title="Olf-1-binding Site: Characterization of an Olfactory Neuron-Specific Promoter Motif"]]
+[[!tag olfaction Olf-1]]
+
+Kudrycki K, Stein-Izsak C, Behn C, Grillo M, Akeson R, Margolis FL.
+
+Mol Cell Biol. 1993 May;13(5):3002-14. doi:10.1128/mcb.13.5.3002
+
+Olf-1-binding Site: Characterization of an Olfactory Neuron-Specific Promoter Motif
+
+[[!pmid 8474458 desc="The Olf-1-binding motif consensus sequence was defined as TCCCC(A/T)NGGAG."]]
diff --git a/biblio/To_Do b/biblio/To_Do
index 310367d3..8021e42b 100644
--- a/biblio/To_Do
+++ b/biblio/To_Do
@@ -722,15 +722,6 @@ Provides a R library
 9151732 [olfactory]
 [not read] Primary paper for O/E-2 and O/E-3 and their binding capacities.
 
-14656972 [olfactory]
-[not read] Six promoters from a OR gene family, the analysis of conserved motifs, bandshifts and yeast one-hybrid.
-
-8474458 [olfactory]
-[not read] "The Olf-1-binding motif consensus sequence was defined as TCCCC(A/T)NGGAG."
-
-10395892 [misc]
-[not read] Review on the "Kozak" sequence.
-
 17010214 [olfactory]
 Primary paper for CLICs (clusters in conservation).
 

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diff --git a/biblio/18563158.mdwn b/biblio/18563158.mdwn
new file mode 100644
index 00000000..44150dc8
--- /dev/null
+++ b/biblio/18563158.mdwn
@@ -0,0 +1,18 @@
+[[!meta title="The amphioxus genome and the evolution of the chordate karyotype."]]
+[[!tag chromosome synteny]]
+
+Putnam NH, Butts T, Ferrier DE, Furlong RF, Hellsten U, Kawashima T,
+Robinson-Rechavi M, Shoguchi E, Terry A, Yu JK, Benito-Gutiérrez EL, Dubchak I,
+Garcia-Fernàndez J, Gibson-Brown JJ, Grigoriev IV, Horton AC, de Jong PJ, Jurka
+J, Kapitonov VV, Kohara Y, Kuroki Y, Lindquist E, Lucas S, Osoegawa K,
+Pennacchio LA, Salamov AA, Satou Y, Sauka-Spengler T, Schmutz J, Shin-I T,
+Toyoda A, Bronner-Fraser M, Fujiyama A, Holland LZ, Holland PW, Satoh N, Rokhsar
+DS.
+
+Nature. 2008 Jun 19;453(7198):1064-71. doi:10.1038/nature06967
+
+The amphioxus genome and the evolution of the chordate karyotype.
+
+[[!pmid 18563158 desc="17 ancestral chordate chromosomes."]]
+
+“We estimate that the haploid amphioxus genome contains 21,900 protein-coding loci. [...] The observed heterozygosity shows correlations at short distances that decay on scales greater than ∼1 kb, indicating extensive recombination in the population. [...] Wwe reconstructed the gene complements of 17 linkage groups (that is, proto-chromosomes) of the last common chordate ancestor. [...] This analysis shows that most of the human genome (112 segments spanning 2.68 Gb, or 95% of the euchromatic genome) was affected by large-scale duplication events on the vertebrate stem before the bony vertebrate radiation (that is, the teleost/tetrapod split), and that nearly all of the ancient chordate chromosomes were quadruplicated. [...] Allowing for a range of nearly parsimonious reconstructions of 2R, we estimate that the bony vertebrate ancestor had between 37 and 49 chromosomes.”
diff --git a/tags/synteny.mdwn b/tags/synteny.mdwn
index 83c8fa61..9bd08b3a 100644
--- a/tags/synteny.mdwn
+++ b/tags/synteny.mdwn
@@ -9,6 +9,8 @@ were enriched near CTCF-binding events.
 distribution follows a power law and explain it with a model that requires
 breakpoints to be in open regions (ENCODE) interacting with each other (Hi-C).
 
+The ancestral chordate has 17 chromosomes according to [[Putnam and coll, 2008|biblio/18563158]].
+
 The ancestral amniote has 49 chromosomes according to [[Sacerdot and coll., 2018|biblio/30333059]].
 
 [[Renschler and coll. (2019)|biblio/31601616]] found 20 synteny breakpoints

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diff --git a/biblio/18829718.mdwn b/biblio/18829718.mdwn
index 13248de7..27e6bd1d 100644
--- a/biblio/18829718.mdwn
+++ b/biblio/18829718.mdwn
@@ -7,4 +7,4 @@ Nucleic Acids Res. 2008 Nov;36(19):6218-27. doi:10.1093/nar/gkn602
 
 Archaeal RNA ligase is a homodimeric protein that catalyzes intramolecular ligation of single-stranded RNA and DNA.
 
-[[!pmid 18829718 desc="Used in the NEB's 5´ DNA Adenylation Kit.  Lacks specificity for RNA and DNA."]]
+[[!pmid 18829718 desc="Used in the NEB's 5´ DNA Adenylation Kit.  Lacks specificity for RNA and DNA.  Optimal at 65 °C, inactivated at 75 °C, and mostly adenylylating at 37 °C."]]
diff --git a/biblio/To_Do b/biblio/To_Do
index eedb614f..310367d3 100644
--- a/biblio/To_Do
+++ b/biblio/To_Do
@@ -839,9 +839,6 @@ Another histone modification to take into account.
 527589 [transcription]
 Evidence for complex polyA minus mRNA.
 
-18829718 [enzymes]
-Optimal at 65 ℃, inactivated at 75 ℃, and mostly adenylylating at 37 ℃.
-
 18836037 [misc]
 [not read] Having a binding site is not always essential.
 

Cleanup old tags.
diff --git a/biblio/24097351.mdwn b/biblio/24097351.mdwn
index b574cfae..902652fe 100644
--- a/biblio/24097351.mdwn
+++ b/biblio/24097351.mdwn
@@ -1,5 +1,5 @@
 [[!meta title="Spatial organization within a niche as a determinant of stem-cell fate."]]
-[[!tag stem_cell niche hair]]
+[[!tag stem_cell hair]]
 
 Rompolas P, Mesa KR, Greco V.
 
diff --git a/tags/niche.mdwn b/tags/niche.mdwn
deleted file mode 100644
index a8553fa4..00000000
--- a/tags/niche.mdwn
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,4 +0,0 @@
-[[!meta title="pages tagged niche"]]
-
-[[!inline pages="tagged(niche)" actions="no" archive="yes"
-feedshow=10]]

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diff --git a/biblio/30333059.mdwn b/biblio/30333059.mdwn
index d321efe2..fc327c70 100644
--- a/biblio/30333059.mdwn
+++ b/biblio/30333059.mdwn
@@ -1,5 +1,5 @@
 [[!meta title="Chromosome evolution at the origin of the ancestral vertebrate genome."]]
-[[!tag chromosome evolution]]
+[[!tag synteny chromosome evolution]]
 
 Sacerdot C, Louis A, Bon C, Berthelot C, Roest Crollius H.
 

creating tag page tags/breakpoint
diff --git a/tags/breakpoint.mdwn b/tags/breakpoint.mdwn
new file mode 100644
index 00000000..8c230a4f
--- /dev/null
+++ b/tags/breakpoint.mdwn
@@ -0,0 +1,4 @@
+[[!meta title="pages tagged breakpoint"]]
+
+[[!inline pages="tagged(breakpoint)" actions="no" archive="yes"
+feedshow=10]]

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diff --git a/biblio/25801028.mdwn b/biblio/25801028.mdwn
new file mode 100644
index 00000000..e0b046ef
--- /dev/null
+++ b/biblio/25801028.mdwn
@@ -0,0 +1,12 @@
+[[!meta title="The 3D organization of chromatin explains evolutionary fragile genomic regions."]]
+[[!tag chromosome breakpoint synteny]]
+
+Berthelot C, Muffato M, Abecassis J, Roest Crollius H.
+
+Cell Rep. 2015 Mar 24;10(11):1913-24. doi: 10.1016/j.celrep.2015.02.046
+
+The 3D organization of chromatin explains evolutionary fragile genomic regions.
+
+[[!pmid 25801028 desc="Explains the power law distribution of breakpoints in mammals and yeast with chromosome contacts (Hi-C) and open chromatin (ENCODE)."]]
+
+“We [...] reconstruct the ancestral gene order in the 95-million-year-old ancestral genome of Boreoeutheria, the last common ancestor of primates, rodents, and laurasiatherians. [...] This reconstructed genome was further annotated with respect to its intergenic regions [...] their lengths, GC content and their proportion of conserved non-coding sequence as defined by GERP. [...] We then identified evolutionary rearrangement breakpoints that have occurred in the human, mouse, dog, cow, and horse lineages. [...] We identified a total of 751 breakpoints, 20 of which correspond to independent breakpoint reuse. [...] The identified breakpoints show the typical characteristics of rearrangement breakpoints; i.e., they occur in GC-rich, gene-dense regions possessing lower proportions of conserved non-coding sequence. [...] Breakpoint events per intergene increase as a power law of intergene length rather than a proportionality law. [...] Ancestral intergenes with high CNE content have been disrupted by significantly fewer breakpoints than intergenes of similar length with lower CNE content. [...] Rpeated elements and recombination frequencies are distributed radically differently from breakpoints, eliminating them as potential candidates to explain the breakpoint pattern. [...] The density of open chromatin is similar to the pattern of breakpoints with the proportion of DNA in an open state decreasing as intergene size increases. [...] Simulating inversions in the human genome according to contact probability [...] rearrangements were allowed to occur only between open chromatin regions, using chromatin state profiles for different cell types published by the ENCODE consortium.  Under this model, the simulated average number of breakpoints per intergene closely reproduces the relationship with intergene length observed in real data.”
diff --git a/tags/chromosome.mdwn b/tags/chromosome.mdwn
index 9c9cf0d3..74f69441 100644
--- a/tags/chromosome.mdwn
+++ b/tags/chromosome.mdwn
@@ -1,7 +1,3 @@
 [[!meta title="pages tagged chromosome"]]
 
-... _in progress_ ...
-
- - The ancestral amniote has 49 chromosomes according to [[Sacerdot and coll., 2018|biblio/30333059]].
-
 [[!inline pages="tagged(chromosome)" limit=0]]
diff --git a/tags/synteny.mdwn b/tags/synteny.mdwn
index 4ece1256..83c8fa61 100644
--- a/tags/synteny.mdwn
+++ b/tags/synteny.mdwn
@@ -5,6 +5,12 @@ breakpoints (~30 per Gb), associated with segmental duplication or Alu element
 enrichment.  They often bore signatures of non-homology based mechanisms, and
 were enriched near CTCF-binding events.
 
+[[Berthelot and coll. (2015)|biblio/25801028]] show that breakpoint
+distribution follows a power law and explain it with a model that requires
+breakpoints to be in open regions (ENCODE) interacting with each other (Hi-C).
+
+The ancestral amniote has 49 chromosomes according to [[Sacerdot and coll., 2018|biblio/30333059]].
+
 [[Renschler and coll. (2019)|biblio/31601616]] found 20 synteny breakpoints
 (SB) per Mb on average. “Approximately 75% of SBs stay within the A or B
 compartment”  “Overlaps of TAD boundaries and SB breakpoints in all comparisons

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diff --git a/biblio/30333059.mdwn b/biblio/30333059.mdwn
new file mode 100644
index 00000000..d321efe2
--- /dev/null
+++ b/biblio/30333059.mdwn
@@ -0,0 +1,10 @@
+[[!meta title="Chromosome evolution at the origin of the ancestral vertebrate genome."]]
+[[!tag chromosome evolution]]
+
+Sacerdot C, Louis A, Bon C, Berthelot C, Roest Crollius H.
+
+Genome Biol. 2018 Oct 17;19(1):166. doi:10.1186/s13059-018-1559-1
+
+Chromosome evolution at the origin of the ancestral vertebrate genome.
+
+[[!pmid 30333059 desc="“The pre-1R karyotype comprised 17 chromosomes, duplicated into 34 chromosomes after the first WGD and followed by seven fusions. The resulting 27 chromosomes were duplicated in the second WGD leading to 54 Vertebrata chromosomes, at the origin of the approximately 60,000 extant species of vertebrates.” “The 54 chromosomes in the post-2R Vertebrata led to a Euteleostomi karyotype of 50 chromosomes (4 fusions) and to an Amniota karyotype of 49 chromosomes.”  “The structure of the 17 pre-1R chromosomes is still strikingly apparent in the human genome, with some chromosomes almost entirely composed of genes from a single pre-1R chromosome (e.g., chromosomes 14 and 15).“  “We note that although all chromosome tetrads corresponding to pre-1R chromosomes are complete (i.e., are composed of 4 CARs), the 49 reconstructed Amniota chromosomes display large differences in gene numbers: the largest contains 862 genes (chromosome 37) and the smallest only 16 genes (chromosome 49). This could reflect either a more intense process of gene inactivation and loss on chromosomes with fewer genes, or a more intense rate of rearrangement on those chromosomes, leading to greater difficulties in reconstructing them.“"]]
diff --git a/tags/chromosome.mdwn b/tags/chromosome.mdwn
index c857eb30..9c9cf0d3 100644
--- a/tags/chromosome.mdwn
+++ b/tags/chromosome.mdwn
@@ -1,4 +1,7 @@
 [[!meta title="pages tagged chromosome"]]
 
-[[!inline pages="tagged(chromosome)" actions="no" archive="yes"
-feedshow=10]]
+... _in progress_ ...
+
+ - The ancestral amniote has 49 chromosomes according to [[Sacerdot and coll., 2018|biblio/30333059]].
+
+[[!inline pages="tagged(chromosome)" limit=0]]

Generation time
diff --git a/tags/Oikopleura.mdwn b/tags/Oikopleura.mdwn
index 83c32ac4..23aec410 100644
--- a/tags/Oikopleura.mdwn
+++ b/tags/Oikopleura.mdwn
@@ -338,6 +338,8 @@ Development
    at 15 °C ([[Troedsson and coll., 2002|biblio/10.3354_meps243083]]).  Note that
    culture conditions might differ.  ~1 day generation time reported in microcosms
    at 29°C in Jamaica ([[Hopcroft and Roff, 1995|biblio/10.1093_plankt_17.2.205]]).
+   ~1.2 day generation in the Seto inland sea ([[Uye and Ichino,
+   1995|biblio/10.1016_0022-0981_95_00004-B]]).
  - Increased food abundance increases egg number but does not change diameter nor
    generation time ([[Troedsson and coll., 2002|biblio/10.3354_meps243083]]).
    Food reduction before day 4 causes growth arrest (GA), in which all cell cycles

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diff --git a/biblio/10.1093_plankt_17.2.205.mdwn b/biblio/10.1093_plankt_17.2.205.mdwn
new file mode 100644
index 00000000..30153144
--- /dev/null
+++ b/biblio/10.1093_plankt_17.2.205.mdwn
@@ -0,0 +1,10 @@
+[[!meta title="Zooplankton growth rates: extraordinary production by the larvacean Oikopleura dioica in tropical waters"]]
+[[!tag Oikopleura]]
+
+Russell R. Hopcroft, John C. Roff
+
+Journal of Plankton Research, Volume 17, Issue 2, February 1995, Pages 205–220, https://doi.org/10.1093/plankt/17.2.205
+
+Zooplankton growth rates: extraordinary production by the larvacean Oikopleura dioica in tropical waters
+
+[[!doi 10.1093/plankt/17.2.205 desc="Generation time of ~1 day for O. dioica in Jamaica at 29°C."]]
diff --git a/tags/Oikopleura.mdwn b/tags/Oikopleura.mdwn
index 8634c0d0..83c32ac4 100644
--- a/tags/Oikopleura.mdwn
+++ b/tags/Oikopleura.mdwn
@@ -336,7 +336,8 @@ Development
    h at 14.2 °C and 120 ± 6 h at 17.2 °C ([[Bouquet and coll.,
    2018|biblio/29298334]]), and 132 ± 13 h (5.5 d) at 20 °C and 159 ± 20 h (6.9 d)
    at 15 °C ([[Troedsson and coll., 2002|biblio/10.3354_meps243083]]).  Note that
-   culture conditions might differ.
+   culture conditions might differ.  ~1 day generation time reported in microcosms
+   at 29°C in Jamaica ([[Hopcroft and Roff, 1995|biblio/10.1093_plankt_17.2.205]]).
  - Increased food abundance increases egg number but does not change diameter nor
    generation time ([[Troedsson and coll., 2002|biblio/10.3354_meps243083]]).
    Food reduction before day 4 causes growth arrest (GA), in which all cell cycles
@@ -571,8 +572,8 @@ Ecology
  - While _O. dioica_ was not reported on the atlantic and pacific coasts of Costa Rica, its
    presence is considered plausible ([[Castellanos, Morales-Ramírez and Suárez-Morales,
    2009|biblio/10.1007_978-1-4020-8278-8_41]]).
- - Jamaica, where it was less abundant than _O. longicauda_ ([[Hopcroft and
-   Roff, 1998|biblio/10.1093_plankt_20.3.557]]).
+ - Jamaica, where it was less abundant than _O. longicauda_ ([[Hopcroft and Roff,
+   1995|biblio/10.1093_plankt_17.2.205]], [[Hopcroft and Roff, 1998|biblio/10.1093_plankt_20.3.557]]).
  - South Atlantic: found all year near Mar del Plata in 2000—1, where it was
    most abundant in summer ([[Viñas and coll.,
    2013|biblio/10.1080_17451000.2012.745003]]), Caravelas river estuary and

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diff --git a/biblio/32513727.mdwn b/biblio/32513727.mdwn
new file mode 100644
index 00000000..f40cba48
--- /dev/null
+++ b/biblio/32513727.mdwn
@@ -0,0 +1,10 @@
+[[!meta title="Elimination of rNMPs from mitochondrial DNA has no effect on its stability."]]
+[[!tag mitochondrion]]
+
+Elimination of rNMPs from mitochondrial DNA has no effect on its stability.
+
+Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2020 Jun 23;117(25):14306-14313
+
+Wanrooij PH, Tran P, Thompson LJ, Carvalho G, Sharma S, Kreisel K, Navarrete C, Feldberg AL, Watt DL, Nilsson AK, Engqvist MKM, Clausen AR, Chabes A.
+
+[[!pmid 32513727 desc="In mouse, mitochondrial DNA strands have a few (usually ~10 or less) ribonucleotides misincorporated into them.  Their number correlate with the ration between rNTPs and dNTPs.  Reducing misincorporation did not have obvious benefits for the animals. "]]
diff --git a/tags/mitochondrion.mdwn b/tags/mitochondrion.mdwn
index 355dde86..318a642c 100644
--- a/tags/mitochondrion.mdwn
+++ b/tags/mitochondrion.mdwn
@@ -87,4 +87,7 @@ Mitochondria can be lost in eukaryotes, be them monocellular ([[Karnkowska and
 coll., 2019|biblio/31387118]]), or multicellular ([[Yahalomi and coll.,
 2020|biblio/32094163]]).
 
+Mitochondrial DNA has a few rNTP misincorporated, but they do not seem to be
+detrimental ([[Wanrooij and coll., 2020|biblio/32513727]]).
+
 [[!inline pages="tagged(mitochondrion)" limit=0]]

Café
diff --git a/biblio/32205368.mdwn b/biblio/32205368.mdwn
new file mode 100644
index 00000000..4ac75659
--- /dev/null
+++ b/biblio/32205368.mdwn
@@ -0,0 +1,10 @@
+[[!meta title="Transcriptome reconstruction and functional analysis of eukaryotic marine plankton communities via high-throughput metagenomics and metatranscriptomics."]]
+[[!tag Oikopleura eDNA]]
+
+Vorobev A, Dupouy M, Carradec Q, Delmont TO, Annamalé A, Wincker P, Pelletier E.
+
+Genome Res. 2020 Apr;30(4):647-659. doi:10.1101/gr.253070.119
+
+Transcriptome reconstruction and functional analysis of eukaryotic marine plankton communities via high-throughput metagenomics and metatranscriptomics.
+
+[[!pmid 32205368 desc="Metagenomics-based transcriptomes (MGTs): metatranscriptomic-based unigenes of the MATOU-v1 catalog detected by metagenomic reads mapping in at least three different Tara Oceans samples and displaying no more than 90% of their total genomic occurrence signal in a single sample, grouped based on the covariation of their genomic abundance across the samples, with a minimum of 500 unigenes per group.  Oikopleuridae detected (Figure 1)."]]
diff --git a/tags/Oikopleura.mdwn b/tags/Oikopleura.mdwn
index 10221c2c..8634c0d0 100644
--- a/tags/Oikopleura.mdwn
+++ b/tags/Oikopleura.mdwn
@@ -589,7 +589,7 @@ Ecology
    (with oral gland cells and ~8 to 14 subchordal cells).
  - Indian ocean near Australia: detected in eDNA sequencing of 18S rRNA
    ([[Berry and coll., 2019|biblio/30735490]])
-
+ - TARA Oceans ([[Vorobev and coll., 2020|biblio/32205368]]).
 
 Laboratory culture
 ------------------
diff --git a/tags/eDNA.mdwn b/tags/eDNA.mdwn
index 8187c113..289530cb 100644
--- a/tags/eDNA.mdwn
+++ b/tags/eDNA.mdwn
@@ -4,5 +4,6 @@
    [[Berry and coll., 2019|biblio/30735490]].
  - Oikopleura 18S detected in at least one MiSeq run from
    [[Djurhuus and coll. 2020|biblio/31937756]]
+ - Oikopleuridae detected in TARA Oceans ([[Vorobev and coll., 2020|biblio/32205368]]).
 
 [[!inline pages="tagged(eDNA)" limit=0]]

Café
diff --git a/biblio/32152607.mdwn b/biblio/32152607.mdwn
new file mode 100644
index 00000000..b424203c
--- /dev/null
+++ b/biblio/32152607.mdwn
@@ -0,0 +1,10 @@
+[[!meta title="An open-source drug discovery platform enables ultra-large virtual screens."]]
+[[!tag method drug]]
+
+Gorgulla C, Boeszoermenyi A, Wang ZF, Fischer PD, Coote PW, Padmanabha Das KM, Malets YS, Radchenko DS, Moroz YS, Scott DA, Fackeldey K, Hoffmann M, Iavniuk I, Wagner G, Arthanari H.
+
+Nature. 2020 Apr;580(7805):663-668. doi:10.1038/s41586-020-2117-z
+
+An open-source drug discovery platform enables ultra-large virtual screens.
+
+[[!pmid 32152607 desc="“VirtualFlow can dock 1 billion compounds in approximately 2 weeks when leveraging 10,000 CPU cores simultaneously.”"]]

Café
diff --git a/biblio/15343333.mdwn b/biblio/15343333.mdwn
new file mode 100644
index 00000000..1ff1dba8
--- /dev/null
+++ b/biblio/15343333.mdwn
@@ -0,0 +1,10 @@
+[[!meta title="Hox cluster disintegration with persistent anteroposterior order of expression in Oikopleura dioica."]]
+[[!tag Oikopleura]]
+
+Seo HC, Edvardsen RB, Maeland AD, Bjordal M, Jensen MF, Hansen A, Flaat M, Weissenbach J, Lehrach H, Wincker P, Reinhardt R, Chourrout D.
+
+Nature. 2004 Sep 2;431(7004):67-71. doi:10.1038/nature02709
+
+Hox cluster disintegration with persistent anteroposterior order of expression in Oikopleura dioica.
+
+[[!pmid 15343333 desc="No BAC clone was found with more than one _Hox_ gene."]]
diff --git a/biblio/32349121.mdwn b/biblio/32349121.mdwn
new file mode 100644
index 00000000..721dfe9a
--- /dev/null
+++ b/biblio/32349121.mdwn
@@ -0,0 +1,10 @@
+[[!meta title="Massively multiplexed nucleic acid detection with Cas13."]]
+[[!tag emulsion HPV method]]
+
+Ackerman CM, Myhrvold C, Thakku SG, Freije CA, Metsky HC, Yang DK, Ye SH, Boehm CK, Kosoko-Thoroddsen TF, Kehe J, Nguyen TG, Carter A, Kulesa A, Barnes JR, Dugan VG, Hung DT, Blainey PC, Sabeti PC.
+
+Nature. 2020 Jun;582(7811):277-282. doi:10.1038/s41586-020-2279-8
+
+Massively multiplexed nucleic acid detection with Cas13.
+
+[[!pmid 32349121 desc="1050 color codes using 4 fluorophores."]]

Typo
diff --git a/biblio/30988468.mdwn b/biblio/30988468.mdwn
index c4af398a..8ca592ae 100644
--- a/biblio/30988468.mdwn
+++ b/biblio/30988468.mdwn
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-[[!meta title=""Unbiased screen of RNA tailing activities reveals a poly(UG) polymerase.]]
+[[!meta title="Unbiased screen of RNA tailing activities reveals a poly(UG) polymerase."]]
 [[!tag enzyme method]]
 
 Preston MA, Porter DF, Chen F, Buter N, Lapointe CP, Keles S, Kimble J, Wickens M.

Cafə
diff --git a/biblio/30988468.mdwn b/biblio/30988468.mdwn
new file mode 100644
index 00000000..c4af398a
--- /dev/null
+++ b/biblio/30988468.mdwn
@@ -0,0 +1,10 @@
+[[!meta title=""Unbiased screen of RNA tailing activities reveals a poly(UG) polymerase.]]
+[[!tag enzyme method]]
+
+Preston MA, Porter DF, Chen F, Buter N, Lapointe CP, Keles S, Kimble J, Wickens M.
+
+Nat Methods. 2019 May;16(5):437-445. doi:10.1038/s41592-019-0370-6.
+
+Unbiased screen of RNA tailing activities reveals a poly(UG) polymerase.
+
+[[!pmid 30988468 desc="TRAID-seq (tethered rNTase activity identified by high-throughput sequencing). “Enzymes were fused to MS2 coat protein (MS2) and coexpressed in yeast with a reporter RNA bearing high-affinity MS2-binding sites. Interaction of MS2 with its binding sites tethered the fusion protein to the RNA23 and circumvented the activity of proteins that might bring the rNTase to its endogenous substrates.” Final substrate: “ tRNASer(AGA), in which the 4-bp variable arm was replaced by a single MS2-binding site”.  Problem with background polyadenlyation in previous attempt with RNase P–derived RNA.  “CeMUT-2 added tails with a 1:1 ratio of uridines to guanosines.”  These might form a hairpin to prime RdRP.  “CeNPOL-1 added tails composed of random combinations of all four nucleotides.”"]]

PNAS
diff --git a/biblio/32487729.mdwn b/biblio/32487729.mdwn
new file mode 100644
index 00000000..77471995
--- /dev/null
+++ b/biblio/32487729.mdwn
@@ -0,0 +1,10 @@
+[[!meta title="Common homozygosity for predicted loss-of-function variants reveals both redundant and advantageous effects of dispensable human genes."]]
+[[!tag olfaction mutation]]
+
+Rausell A, Luo Y, Lopez M, Seeleuthner Y, Rapaport F, Favier A, Stenson PD, Cooper DN, Patin E, Casanova JL, Quintana-Murci L, Abel L.
+
+Common homozygosity for predicted loss-of-function variants reveals both redundant and advantageous effects of dispensable human genes.
+
+Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2020 Jun 2:201917993.doi: 10.1073/pnas.1917993117
+
+[[!pmid 32487729 desc="“The set of 166 dispensable genes was enriched in olfactory receptor genes (41 genes).”"]]

updated PO files
diff --git a/open-source-biologist.en.po b/open-source-biologist.en.po
index 89c46e7b..1788c12c 100644
--- a/open-source-biologist.en.po
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ORCID, etc.
diff --git a/open-source-biologist.mdwn b/open-source-biologist.mdwn
index 8d78cffb..41a4ad95 100644
--- a/open-source-biologist.mdwn
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-variations** of an animal plankton, Oikopleura dioica, that has a genome
+variations** of an animal plankton, _Oikopleura dioica_, that has a genome
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-number B3443334. My ORCID ID is 0000-0001-7410-6295.
+contributions and other activities as a OIST researcher, I use the GPG key
+number AE57EADA9D77898C5B064F15A59E8B5A44E7EABC. My ORCID ID is
+[0000-0001-7410-6295](https://orcid.org/0000-0001-7410-6295).

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Plus de PubMed
diff --git a/open-source-biologist.mdwn b/open-source-biologist.mdwn
index e3efec94..8d78cffb 100644
--- a/open-source-biologist.mdwn
+++ b/open-source-biologist.mdwn
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 since FANTOM3.
 
 Together with my colleagues at RIKEN and collaborators in the field of
-neuroscience, I have applied nanoCAGE to the study of single neuron
-cell types, for instance the **olfactory neurons** ([Plessy et al., 2012),
-or in dopaminergic cells, where we could demonstrate the expression of
-haemoglobin in the midbrain (Biagioli et al., 2009). We are also
-exploring the sub-cellular localisation of RNA in **Purkinje neurons**
-(Kratz et al., 2014), and neurogenesis in the mouse olfactory
-epithelium using single-cell CAGE and ATAC-seq techniques. In parallel
-with this promoter-centric work, I have also explored the huge
-repertoire of the **T cell antigen receptors**.
+neuroscience, I have applied nanoCAGE to the study of single neuron cell types,
+for instance the **olfactory neurons** ([Plessy and coll.,
+2012](https://pubmed.gov/22194471)), or in dopaminergic cells, where we could
+demonstrate the expression of haemoglobin in the midbrain ([Biagioli and coll.,
+2009](https://pubmed.gov/19717439)). We are also exploring the sub-cellular
+localisation of RNA in **Purkinje neurons** ([Kratz and coll.,
+2014](https://pubmed.gov/24904046)), and neurogenesis in the mouse olfactory
+epithelium using single-cell CAGE and ATAC-seq techniques. In parallel with
+this promoter-centric work, I have also explored the huge repertoire of the **T
+cell antigen receptors**.
 
 I joined OIST in 2018, to study **the genetic structure and population
 variations** of an animal plankton, Oikopleura dioica, that has a genome
@@ -71,7 +72,7 @@ World.
 
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-Debian (Möller et al., 2010) and its derivatives such as Ubuntu and
-(cloud)Bio-Linux. For digital signature of my contributions and other
-activities as a RIKEN researcher, I use the GPG key number
-B3443334. My ORCID ID is 0000-0001-7410-6295.
+Debian ([Möller and coll., 2010](https://pubmed.gov/21210984)) and its
+derivatives such as Ubuntu and (cloud)Bio-Linux. For digital signature of my
+contributions and other activities as a RIKEN researcher, I use the GPG key
+number B3443334. My ORCID ID is 0000-0001-7410-6295.

updated PO files
diff --git a/open-source-biologist.en.po b/open-source-biologist.en.po
index 1cf95c10..38eefe8e 100644
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+"fragmentation and unique molecular identifiers ([Poulain and coll., 2017]"
+"(https://pubmed.gov/28349422)). The protocol exists in two versions, one for "
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More links
diff --git a/open-source-biologist.mdwn b/open-source-biologist.mdwn
index 80ab04d2..e3efec94 100644
--- a/open-source-biologist.mdwn
+++ b/open-source-biologist.mdwn
@@ -26,32 +26,35 @@ artefacts and unwanted sequences generated by ribosomal RNAs using
 low-complexity “pseudo-random” reverse-transcription primers ([Arnaud and
 coll., 2016](https://pubmed.gov/27071605)).
 
-On April 2013, I started a new development cycle as the leader of the
-Genomics Miniaturization Technology Unit at RIKEN Center for Life
-Sciences, Division of Genomics Technology, to expand this work on
-single cells following a **population transcriptomics** approach (Plessy
-et al., 2013) focused on sampling the largest possible number of
-cells. In our ongoing developments, we have reached **single-cell and
+On April 2013, I started a new development cycle as the leader of the Genomics
+Miniaturization Technology Unit at RIKEN Center for Life Sciences, Division of
+Genomics Technology, to expand this work on single cells following a
+**population transcriptomics** approach ([Plessy and coll.,
+2013](https://pubmed.gov/23281054)) focused on sampling the largest possible
+number of cells. In our ongoing developments, we have reached **single-cell and
 single molecule resolution** through the introduction of transposase
-fragmentation and unique molecular identifiers (Poulain et al.,
-2017). The protocol exists in two versions, one for FACS-isolated
-cells, and one for the Fluidigm C1 platform (Kouno et al., 2019).
+fragmentation and unique molecular identifiers ([Poulain and coll.,
+2017](https://pubmed.gov/28349422)). The protocol exists in two versions, one
+for FACS-isolated cells, and one for the Fluidigm C1 platform ([Kouno and coll.,
+2019](https://pubmed.gov/30664627)).
 
-I have complemented my work on CAGE with the development of a
-gene-centred technique for detecting promoters, termed Deep-RACE
-(Olivarius et al., 2009, Plessy et al., 2012), which we used to
-validate our discovery of the pervasive expression of retrotransposons
-detected by CAGE (Faulkner et al., 2009). To study transcription start
-activity at nucleotide resolution in zebrafish transfected with
-chimeric transgenes containing a copy of an endogenous promoter, I
-combined Deep-RACE, CAGE and paired-end sequencing in a technology
-that we called “Single-Locus CAGE” (Haberle et al., 2014). With my
-contributions related to CAGE development and analysis, I have been a
-**member of the FANTOM consortium** since FANTOM3.
+I have complemented my work on CAGE with the development of a gene-centred
+technique for detecting promoters, termed Deep-RACE ([Olivarius and coll.,
+2009](https://pubmed.gov/19317658), [Plessy and coll.,
+2012](http://dx.doi.org/10.1002/9783527644582.ch4)), which we used to validate
+our discovery of the pervasive expression of retrotransposons detected by CAGE
+([Faulkner and coll., 2009](https://pubmed.gov/19377475)). To study
+transcription start activity at nucleotide resolution in zebrafish transfected
+with chimeric transgenes containing a copy of an endogenous promoter, I
+combined Deep-RACE, CAGE and paired-end sequencing in a technology that we
+called “Single-Locus CAGE” ([Haberle and coll.,
+2014](https://pubmed.gov/24531765)). With my contributions related to CAGE
+development and analysis, I have been a **member of the FANTOM consortium**
+since FANTOM3.
 
 Together with my colleagues at RIKEN and collaborators in the field of
 neuroscience, I have applied nanoCAGE to the study of single neuron
-cell types, for instance the **olfactory neurons** (Plessy et al., 2012),
+cell types, for instance the **olfactory neurons** ([Plessy et al., 2012),
 or in dopaminergic cells, where we could demonstrate the expression of
 haemoglobin in the midbrain (Biagioli et al., 2009). We are also
 exploring the sub-cellular localisation of RNA in **Purkinje neurons**

updated PO files
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index 1e386c0d..80ab04d2 100644
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 Charles Plessy, open-source biologist
 -------------------------------------
 
-My training as a researcher started with **developmental genetics in
-drosophila and zebrafish**, where I studied the activity of
-transcription enhancers ([Blader and coll.,
-2003](https://pubmed.gov/12559493)) and their evolutionary
-conservation (Plessy et al., 2005). This gave me a strong interest for
-whole-transcriptome analysis and technology. For that purpose, I have
-joined RIKEN in 2004, where have worked on high-throughput methods for
-**profiling promoters and inferring gene networks**, and in particular on
-CAGE (Cap Analysis Gene Expression).
+My training as a researcher started with **developmental genetics in drosophila
+and zebrafish**, where I studied the activity of transcription enhancers
+([Blader and coll., 2003](https://pubmed.gov/12559493)) and their evolutionary
+conservation ([Plessy and coll., 2005](https://pubmed.gov/15797614)). This gave
+me a strong interest for whole-transcriptome analysis and technology. For that
+purpose, I have joined RIKEN in 2004, where have worked on high-throughput
+methods for **profiling promoters and inferring gene networks**, and in
+particular on CAGE (Cap Analysis Gene Expression).
 
 I have developed a miniaturized version of CAGE, termed **nanoCAGE**, to
-analyse small samples yielding only nanograms of RNA (Plessy et al.,
-2010). In the same manuscript, we also introduced its paired-end
-variant, **CAGEscan**, which we use to **associate novel promoters with
-annotations**. Since then, we have kept improving or expanding these
-techniques, by updating the protocol (Salimullah et al., 2011),
-reducing the sequence bias introduced by the molecular barcodes (Tang
-et al., 2013), combining multiple cap-enrichment steps (Batut et al.,
-2013), benchmarking the use of locked nucleic acids for template
-switching (Harbers et al., 2013), and reducing the number of primer
+analyse small samples yielding only nanograms of RNA ([Plessy and coll.,
+2010](https://pubmed.gov/20543846)). In the same manuscript, we also introduced
+its paired-end variant, **CAGEscan**, which we use to **associate novel
+promoters with annotations**. Since then, we have kept improving or expanding
+these techniques, by updating the protocol ([Salimullah and coll.,
+2011](https://pubmed.gov/21205859)), reducing the sequence bias introduced by
+the molecular barcodes ([Tang and coll., 2013](https://pubmed.gov/23180801)),
+combining multiple cap-enrichment steps ([Batut and coll.,
+2013](https://pubmed.gov/22936248)), benchmarking the use of locked nucleic
+acids for template switching ([Harbers and coll.,
+2013](https://pubmed.gov/24079827)), and reducing the number of primer
 artefacts and unwanted sequences generated by ribosomal RNAs using
-low-complexity “pseudo-random” reverse-transcription primers (Arnaud
-et al., 2016).
+low-complexity “pseudo-random” reverse-transcription primers ([Arnaud and
+coll., 2016](https://pubmed.gov/27071605)).
 
 On April 2013, I started a new development cycle as the leader of the
 Genomics Miniaturization Technology Unit at RIKEN Center for Life

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diff --git a/open-source-biologist.mdwn b/open-source-biologist.mdwn
index 86511230..1e386c0d 100644
--- a/open-source-biologist.mdwn
+++ b/open-source-biologist.mdwn
@@ -1,21 +1,21 @@
 Charles Plessy, open-source biologist
 -------------------------------------
 
-My training as a researcher started with developmental genetics in
-drosophila and zebrafish, where I studied the activity of
+My training as a researcher started with **developmental genetics in
+drosophila and zebrafish**, where I studied the activity of
 transcription enhancers ([Blader and coll.,
 2003](https://pubmed.gov/12559493)) and their evolutionary
 conservation (Plessy et al., 2005). This gave me a strong interest for
 whole-transcriptome analysis and technology. For that purpose, I have
 joined RIKEN in 2004, where have worked on high-throughput methods for
-profiling promoters and inferring gene networks, and in particular on
+**profiling promoters and inferring gene networks**, and in particular on
 CAGE (Cap Analysis Gene Expression).
 
-I have developed a miniaturized version of CAGE, termed nanoCAGE, to
+I have developed a miniaturized version of CAGE, termed **nanoCAGE**, to
 analyse small samples yielding only nanograms of RNA (Plessy et al.,
 2010). In the same manuscript, we also introduced its paired-end
-variant, CAGEscan, which we use to associate novel promoters with
-annotations. Since then, we have kept improving or expanding these
+variant, **CAGEscan**, which we use to **associate novel promoters with
+annotations**. Since then, we have kept improving or expanding these
 techniques, by updating the protocol (Salimullah et al., 2011),
 reducing the sequence bias introduced by the molecular barcodes (Tang
 et al., 2013), combining multiple cap-enrichment steps (Batut et al.,
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 On April 2013, I started a new development cycle as the leader of the
 Genomics Miniaturization Technology Unit at RIKEN Center for Life
 Sciences, Division of Genomics Technology, to expand this work on
-single cells following a population transcriptomics approach (Plessy
+single cells following a **population transcriptomics** approach (Plessy
 et al., 2013) focused on sampling the largest possible number of
-cells. In our ongoing developments, we have reached single-cell and
-single molecule resolution through the introduction of transposase
+cells. In our ongoing developments, we have reached **single-cell and
+single molecule resolution** through the introduction of transposase
 fragmentation and unique molecular identifiers (Poulain et al.,
 2017). The protocol exists in two versions, one for FACS-isolated
 cells, and one for the Fluidigm C1 platform (Kouno et al., 2019).
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 combined Deep-RACE, CAGE and paired-end sequencing in a technology
 that we called “Single-Locus CAGE” (Haberle et al., 2014). With my
 contributions related to CAGE development and analysis, I have been a
-member of the FANTOM consortium since FANTOM3.
+**member of the FANTOM consortium** since FANTOM3.
 
 Together with my colleagues at RIKEN and collaborators in the field of
 neuroscience, I have applied nanoCAGE to the study of single neuron
-cell types, for instance the olfactory neurons (Plessy et al., 2012),
+cell types, for instance the **olfactory neurons** (Plessy et al., 2012),
 or in dopaminergic cells, where we could demonstrate the expression of
 haemoglobin in the midbrain (Biagioli et al., 2009). We are also
-exploring the sub-cellular localisation of RNA in Purkinje neurons
+exploring the sub-cellular localisation of RNA in **Purkinje neurons**
 (Kratz et al., 2014), and neurogenesis in the mouse olfactory
 epithelium using single-cell CAGE and ATAC-seq techniques. In parallel
 with this promoter-centric work, I have also explored the huge
-repertoire of the T cell antigen receptors.
+repertoire of the **T cell antigen receptors**.
 
-I joined OIST in 2018, to study the genetic structure and population
-variations of an animal plankton, Oikopleura dioica, that has a genome
+I joined OIST in 2018, to study **the genetic structure and population
+variations** of an animal plankton, Oikopleura dioica, that has a genome
 50 time more compact than the human one, which empowers us to sequence
 at chromosomal resolution many individual sampled from all over the
 World.
 
-I am also a Free Software enthusiast, and contribute to the Debian Med
-project, by packaging bioinformatics tools, which are redistributed in
+I am also a **Free Software** enthusiast, and contribute to the Debian Med
+project, by **packaging bioinformatics tools**, which are redistributed in
 Debian (Möller et al., 2010) and its derivatives such as Ubuntu and
 (cloud)Bio-Linux. For digital signature of my contributions and other
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+drosophila and zebrafish, where I studied the activity of
+transcription enhancers (Blader et al., 2003) and their evolutionary
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+whole-transcriptome analysis and technology. For that purpose, I have
+joined RIKEN in 2004, where have worked on high-throughput methods for
+profiling promoters and inferring gene networks, and in particular on
+CAGE (Cap Analysis Gene Expression).
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+analyse small samples yielding only nanograms of RNA (Plessy et al.,
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+variant, CAGEscan, which we use to associate novel promoters with
+annotations. Since then, we have kept improving or expanding these
+techniques, by updating the protocol (Salimullah et al., 2011),
+reducing the sequence bias introduced by the molecular barcodes (Tang
+et al., 2013), combining multiple cap-enrichment steps (Batut et al.,
+2013), benchmarking the use of locked nucleic acids for template
+switching (Harbers et al., 2013), and reducing the number of primer
+artefacts and unwanted sequences generated by ribosomal RNAs using
+low-complexity “pseudo-random” reverse-transcription primers (Arnaud
+et al., 2016).
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+Genomics Miniaturization Technology Unit at RIKEN Center for Life
+Sciences, Division of Genomics Technology, to expand this work on
+single cells following a population transcriptomics approach (Plessy
+et al., 2013) focused on sampling the largest possible number of
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+single molecule resolution through the introduction of transposase
+fragmentation and unique molecular identifiers (Poulain et al.,
+2017). The protocol exists in two versions, one for FACS-isolated
+cells, and one for the Fluidigm C1 platform (Kouno et al., 2019).
+
+I have complemented my work on CAGE with the development of a
+gene-centred technique for detecting promoters, termed Deep-RACE
+(Olivarius et al., 2009, Plessy et al., 2012), which we used to
+validate our discovery of the pervasive expression of retrotransposons
+detected by CAGE (Faulkner et al., 2009). To study transcription start
+activity at nucleotide resolution in zebrafish transfected with
+chimeric transgenes containing a copy of an endogenous promoter, I
+combined Deep-RACE, CAGE and paired-end sequencing in a technology
+that we called “Single-Locus CAGE” (Haberle et al., 2014). With my
+contributions related to CAGE development and analysis, I have been a
+member of the FANTOM consortium since FANTOM3.
+
+Together with my colleagues at RIKEN and collaborators in the field of
+neuroscience, I have applied nanoCAGE to the study of single neuron
+cell types, for instance the olfactory neurons (Plessy et al., 2012),
+or in dopaminergic cells, where we could demonstrate the expression of
+haemoglobin in the midbrain (Biagioli et al., 2009). We are also
+exploring the sub-cellular localisation of RNA in Purkinje neurons
+(Kratz et al., 2014), and neurogenesis in the mouse olfactory
+epithelium using single-cell CAGE and ATAC-seq techniques. In parallel
+with this promoter-centric work, I have also explored the huge
+repertoire of the T cell antigen receptors.
+
+I joined OIST in 2018, to study the genetic structure and population
+variations of an animal plankton, Oikopleura dioica, that has a genome
+50 time more compact than the human one, which empowers us to sequence
+at chromosomal resolution many individual sampled from all over the
+World.
+
+I am also a Free Software enthusiast, and contribute to the Debian Med
+project, by packaging bioinformatics tools, which are redistributed in
+Debian (Möller et al., 2010) and its derivatives such as Ubuntu and
+(cloud)Bio-Linux. For digital signature of my contributions and other
+activities as a RIKEN researcher, I use the GPG key number
+B3443334. My ORCID ID is 0000-0001-7410-6295.

Hox
diff --git a/tags/Oikopleura.mdwn b/tags/Oikopleura.mdwn
index e42bd2a1..10221c2c 100644
--- a/tags/Oikopleura.mdwn
+++ b/tags/Oikopleura.mdwn
@@ -201,6 +201,7 @@ Genes and pathways
  - Defensome genes such as dehydrogenases and  (Glutamate-cysteine ligase modifier subunit; Gclm)
    are activated by polyunsaturated aldehydes produced by diatoms
    ([[Torres-Águila and coll., 2018|biblio/30272001]]).
+ - The _Hox_ cluster has been split up in Oikopleura ([[Seo and coll., 2004|biblio/15343333]]).
  - _O. dioica_ has 83 homeobox genes, according to [[Edvardsen and coll., 2005|biblio/15649342]].
    Illustrating how diverged are the sequences, earlier attempts to clone Hox genes yielded
    only a single clone ([[Holland and coll. 1994|biblio/7579513]]).

Add missing link to Denoeud 2010
diff --git a/tags/Oikopleura.mdwn b/tags/Oikopleura.mdwn
index abd1f2ee..e42bd2a1 100644
--- a/tags/Oikopleura.mdwn
+++ b/tags/Oikopleura.mdwn
@@ -115,8 +115,8 @@ Genome
    (more than 10%) of the (...) introns displayed non-canonical (non GT-AG)
    splice sites, whereas the usual proportion is around 1%-1.5% in other genomes”
    ([[Denoeud et al., 2010|biblio/21097902]]).
- - The consensus sequence around GA/AG splice sites is AG|GAA/AG
-   ([[Frey and Pucker, 2020|biblio/32085510]]).
+ - The consensus sequence around non-canonical GA/AG splice sites is AG|GAA/AG
+   ([[Denoeud et al., 2010|biblio/21097902]], [[Frey and Pucker, 2020|biblio/32085510]]).
  - Operons are enriched for houskeeping genes and depleted for developmental genes
    ([[Denoeud et al., 2010|biblio/21097902]]).
  - “Highly conserved elements (HCEs) lie around these developmental genes.”

Café
diff --git a/biblio/32461369.mdwn b/biblio/32461369.mdwn
new file mode 100644
index 00000000..af984a90
--- /dev/null
+++ b/biblio/32461369.mdwn
@@ -0,0 +1,10 @@
+[[!meta title="An aphid RNA transcript migrates systemically within plants and is a virulence factor"]]
+[[!tag non-coding]]
+
+Chen Y, Singh A, Kaithakottil GG, Mathers TC, Gravino M, Mugford ST, van Oosterhout C, Swarbreck D, Hogenhout SA.
+
+Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2020 May 27:201918410. doi:10.1073/pnas.1918410117
+
+An aphid RNA transcript migrates systemically within plants and is a virulence factor.
+
+[[!pmid 32461369 desc="The Ya gene family is specific to aphids.  The genes have 3 exons, and a small ORF.  However, mutatio of the ORF in one of them did not reduce its function in a virulence assay, therefore they might be non-coding RNAs."]]

Café
diff --git a/biblio/29777105.mdwn b/biblio/29777105.mdwn
new file mode 100644
index 00000000..60252361
--- /dev/null
+++ b/biblio/29777105.mdwn
@@ -0,0 +1,13 @@
+[[!meta title="Phenotypic Diversification by Enhanced Genome Restructuring After Induction of Multiple DNA Double-Strand Breaks"]]
+[[!tag yeast mutation]]
+
+Muramoto N, Oda A, Tanaka H, Nakamura T, Kugou K, Suda K, Kobayashi A, Yoneda S, Ikeuchi A, Sugimoto H, Kondo S, Ohto C, Shibata T, Mitsukawa N, Ohta K.
+
+Nat Commun. 2018 May 18;9(1):1995. doi:10.1038/s41467-018-04256-y. PMID: 29777105; PMCID: PMC5959919.
+
+Phenotypic diversification by enhanced genome restructuring after induction of multiple DNA double-strand breaks.
+
+[[!pmid 29777105 desc="TaqI-aided genome rearrangement (“TAQing system”) in
+yeast and Arabidopsis, using a heat-sensitive (>37°C) restriction enzyme
+(Taq-I, cleaving at TCGA) to introduce double-strand breaks and mutations such
+as gene conversions or translocations."]]

Café
diff --git a/tags/Oikopleura.mdwn b/tags/Oikopleura.mdwn
index d9f40bf1..abd1f2ee 100644
--- a/tags/Oikopleura.mdwn
+++ b/tags/Oikopleura.mdwn
@@ -446,6 +446,8 @@ House
    that 35 ml of water were filtered per hour.  In comparison, the giant
    species _Bathochordaeus mcnutti_ was reported to filter as much as 76 L/h
    ([[Katija and coll., 2018|biblio/28508058]]).
+ - The inner house of _Bathochordaeus_ has been modeled in 3D by
+   [[Katija and coll., 2020|biblio/32494011]].
  - Filter-feeding in marine animals has been reviewed by [[Conley, Lombard and
    Sutherland (2018)|biblio/29720410]].
  - _Bathochordaeus_ may produce one house per day ([[Robison, Reisenbichler and

Café
diff --git a/biblio/32494011.mdwn b/biblio/32494011.mdwn
new file mode 100644
index 00000000..e998d4b5
--- /dev/null
+++ b/biblio/32494011.mdwn
@@ -0,0 +1,10 @@
+[[!meta title="Revealing Enigmatic Mucus Structures in the Deep Sea Using DeepPIV"]]
+[[!tag Oikopleura]]
+
+Katija K, Troni G, Daniels J, Lance K, Sherlock RE, Sherman AD, Robison BH.
+
+Nature. 2020 Jun 3. doi:10.1038/s41586-020-2345-2
+
+Revealing Enigmatic Mucus Structures in the Deep Sea Using DeepPIV 
+
+[[!pmid 32494011 desc="Laser sheet imaging and 3D modeling of the inner house of Bathochordaeus larvaceans."]]

bioRxiv
diff --git a/biblio/10.1101_2020.05.22.110833.mdwn b/biblio/10.1101_2020.05.22.110833.mdwn
new file mode 100644
index 00000000..d459d3ff
--- /dev/null
+++ b/biblio/10.1101_2020.05.22.110833.mdwn
@@ -0,0 +1,10 @@
+[[!meta title="Towards complete and error-free genome assemblies of all vertebrate species"]]
+[[!tag bioRxiv assembly]]
+
+Rhle and many collaborators.
+
+bioRxiv 2020.05.22.110833; doi: https://doi.org/10.1101/2020.05.22.110833
+
+Towards complete and error-free genome assemblies of all vertebrate species
+
+[[!doi 10.1101/2020.05.22.110833 desc="Presents the Vertebrate Genome Project (VGP) pipeline for PacBio and 10X Genomics linked reads.  Contains a module to sort out NUMPs from Mitochondrial DNA."]]

Café
diff --git a/biblio/32424070.mdwn b/biblio/32424070.mdwn
new file mode 100644
index 00000000..46d607d3
--- /dev/null
+++ b/biblio/32424070.mdwn
@@ -0,0 +1,10 @@
+[[!meta title="Polymorphic Centromere Locations in the Pathogenic Yeast Candida parapsilosis"]]
+[[!tag yeast centromere]]
+
+Ola M, O'Brien CE, Coughlan AY, Ma Q, Donovan PD, Wolfe KH, Butler G.
+
+Genome Res. 2020 May;30(5):684-696. doi:10.1101/gr.257816.119.
+
+Polymorphic Centromere Locations in the Pathogenic Yeast Candida parapsilosis
+
+[[!pmid 32424070 desc="HA epitope introduced into centromeric histone H3 (Cse4) using CRISPR-Cas9 editing.  ChIP-seq then identified centromeres.  “The species C. parapsilosis is therefore polymorphic for centromere location on two chromosomes. The centromere relocations are associated with a transition from a structured (IR) format to a format with no obvious structure or sequence dependence, within a single species. On Chromosome 5, it is likely that the centromeres on both copies of this chromosome have moved to a new location. It is possible that C. parapsilosis 90-137 is heterozygous at CEN1, with Cse4 at the expected location on one copy of Chromosome 1 and at a new location on the other copy.”  “The C. parapsilosis neocentromeres are formed at regions that are transcribed, and transcription is known to facilitate centromere activity in S. cerevisiae”"]]
diff --git a/tags/centromere.mdwn b/tags/centromere.mdwn
index 8b7d5d35..e24282ed 100644
--- a/tags/centromere.mdwn
+++ b/tags/centromere.mdwn
@@ -10,5 +10,7 @@ _Work in progress_
    coll., 2019|biblio/31306061]].
  - Centromere breakage and inactivation in yeast: [[Sankaranarayanan and coll.,
    2020|biblio/31958060]].
+ - Centromere relocation to a transcribed region in yeast, detected by ChIP of
+   centromeric H3 [[Ola and coll., 2020|biblio/32424070]].
 
 [[!inline pages="tagged(centromere)" limit="0"]]

Metallothioneins.
diff --git a/biblio/30284576.mdwn b/biblio/30284576.mdwn
new file mode 100644
index 00000000..c73f4778
--- /dev/null
+++ b/biblio/30284576.mdwn
@@ -0,0 +1,10 @@
+[[!meta title="Metallothioneins of the urochordate Oikopleura dioica have Cys-rich tandem repeats, large size and cadmium-binding preference."]]
+[[!tag Oikopleura]]
+
+Calatayud S, Garcia-Risco M, Rojas NS, Espinosa-Sánchez L, Artime S, Palacios Ò, Cañestro C, Albalat R.
+
+Metallomics. 2018 Nov 14;10(11):1585-1594. doi: 10.1039/c8mt00177d.
+
+Metallothioneins of the urochordate Oikopleura dioica have Cys-rich tandem repeats, large size and cadmium-binding preference.
+
+[[!pmid 30284576 desc="Found with “low-restrictive tblastn searches using C. robusta and H. curvata MTs as well as Cephalochordate and Vertebrate MTs as query sequences”."]]

S2
diff --git a/biblio/4625067.mdwn b/biblio/4625067.mdwn
new file mode 100644
index 00000000..c2029723
--- /dev/null
+++ b/biblio/4625067.mdwn
@@ -0,0 +1,10 @@
+[[!meta title="Cell lines derived from late embryonic stages of Drosophila melanogaster."]]
+[[!tag Drosophila cell_line]]
+
+Schneider I.
+
+J Embryol Exp Morphol. 1972 Apr;27(2):353-65.
+
+Cell lines derived from late embryonic stages of Drosophila melanogaster.
+
+[[!pmid 4625067 desc="“At least one line is derived from imaginal disc cells.”  As reported for other insects, cell spheres appeared in the cultures after 2–3 weeks.  At each passage, spheres are trypsinised or simple teased apart."]]
diff --git a/tags/cell_line.mdwn b/tags/cell_line.mdwn
index 6e03a931..72dcb22b 100644
--- a/tags/cell_line.mdwn
+++ b/tags/cell_line.mdwn
@@ -1,4 +1,8 @@
 [[!meta title="pages tagged cell line"]]
 
-[[!inline pages="tagged(cell_line)" actions="no" archive="yes"
-feedshow=10]]
+A few notes that just scratch the surface of a vast field…
+
+ - [[Echalier and Ohanessian (1969)|biblio/4976834]] reported a culture of _Drosophila_ cells that spontaneously transformed.
+ - [[Schneider's (1972)|biblio/4625067]] report of the establishment of the S2 cell line.
+
+[[!inline pages="tagged(cell_line)" limit=0]]

H3S28p
diff --git a/biblio/29969934.mdwn b/biblio/29969934.mdwn
index 0a48e32d..ab1ed05f 100644
--- a/biblio/29969934.mdwn
+++ b/biblio/29969934.mdwn
@@ -1,5 +1,5 @@
 [[!meta title="Specialization of CDK1 and Cyclin B paralog functions in a coenocystic mode of oogenic meiosis."]]
-[[!tag Oikopleura cell_cycle]]
+[[!tag Oikopleura cell_cycle H3S10p H3S28p H3T3p]]
 
 Cell Cycle. 2018 Jul 4. doi:10.1080/15384101.2018.1486167
 
diff --git a/tags/H3S28p.mdwn b/tags/H3S28p.mdwn
index 12de3826..7d6c92a2 100644
--- a/tags/H3S28p.mdwn
+++ b/tags/H3S28p.mdwn
@@ -15,16 +15,6 @@ rabbit polyclonal anti-histone H3 phospho-serine 10 (H3S10P, 06-570) and
 anti-histone H3 phospho-serine 28 (H3S28P, 07-145) from Upstate; secondary
 antibodies from chemicon.  H3S28P stronger in selected oocytes.
 
-In [[Olsen and coll., 2018|biblio/29486709]], Figure 5e shows H3S28p staining
-(Abcam ab10543  1:100) of whole chromosomes in most cells, and a more punctate
-staining in other cells.  Figure 5f also shows extrachromosomal staining.
-
-In [[Feng and coll., 2019|biblio/31306061]], Figure 3A, Figure 4, Figure S1
-(https://doi.org/10.1080/15384101.2019.1634954) gives a timecourse showing
-punctate centromere staining at ”late prophase“, a stronger signal (but harder
-to resolve) at metaphase, a weaker signal at anaphase and a weaker or no signal
-at telophase.  Table S1, listing the antibodies used, is missing.
-
 In [[Campsteijn and coll, 2012|biblio/21734012]], the H3S28p antibody is reported to
 be from Abcam, with no catalog number.  Figure 1 shows centromere staining in some cells,
 broader staining in other cells and no staining in most cells in tadpoles (6 h p.f.).
@@ -35,4 +25,19 @@ In [[Subramaniam and coll., 2014|biblio/24695788]], the H3S28p antibody is
 reported to be from Abcam; no catalog number.  Figure 4 shows mitotic and meiotic
 cells stained.
 
+In [[Olsen and coll., 2018|biblio/29486709]], Figure 5e shows H3S28p staining
+(Abcam ab10543  1:100) of whole chromosomes in most cells, and a more punctate
+staining in other cells.  Figure 5f also shows extrachromosomal staining.
+
+In [[Feng and Thompson, 2018|biblio/29969934]], Figures 1 and 2 show a H3S28p
+staining in meiotic nuclei in P4 ovaries.  Figure 4, 5 and 6 show a DNA stain
+in pi-conformation.  Figure 7 shows H3S28p and H3S10pstainings in oocytes.
+Figure 10 shows a H3T3p stain of oocytes.
+
+In [[Feng and coll., 2019|biblio/31306061]], Figure 3A, Figure 4, Figure S1
+(https://doi.org/10.1080/15384101.2019.1634954) gives a timecourse showing
+punctate centromere staining at ”late prophase“, a stronger signal (but harder
+to resolve) at metaphase, a weaker signal at anaphase and a weaker or no signal
+at telophase.  Table S1, listing the antibodies used, is missing.
+
 [[!inline pages="tagged(H3S28p)" limit=0]]

Ctenophore tubes
diff --git a/biblio/32292660.mdwn b/biblio/32292660.mdwn
new file mode 100644
index 00000000..fe39d98f
--- /dev/null
+++ b/biblio/32292660.mdwn
@@ -0,0 +1,10 @@
+[[!meta title="Diffusion Tubes: A Method for the Mass Culture of Ctenophores and Other Pelagic Marine Invertebrates"]]
+[[!tag Oikopleura]]
+
+Patry WL, Bubel M, Hansen C, Knowles T.
+
+PeerJ. 2020;8:e8938. Published 2020 Apr 7. doi:10.7717/peerj.8938
+
+Diffusion Tubes: A Method for the Mass Culture of Ctenophores and Other Pelagic Marine Invertebrates
+
+[[!pmid 32292660 desc="Also tested on Oikopleura dioica."]]
diff --git a/tags/Oikopleura.mdwn b/tags/Oikopleura.mdwn
index 84bef924..d9f40bf1 100644
--- a/tags/Oikopleura.mdwn
+++ b/tags/Oikopleura.mdwn
@@ -595,6 +595,8 @@ Culture protocols (incomplete list):
 
  - [[Fenaux and Gorsky (1985)|biblio/art0358]] published a method using a
    helicoidal paddle to stir the culture.
+ - Tested once in Ctenophore tubes ([[Patry, Bubel, Hansen and Knowles,
+   2020|biblio/32292660]]).
 
 Food tested in laboratory (totally incomplete list):
 

add PMID
diff --git a/biblio/27756227.mdwn b/biblio/27756227.mdwn
index d91ddb98..4a11fe91 100644
--- a/biblio/27756227.mdwn
+++ b/biblio/27756227.mdwn
@@ -7,4 +7,4 @@ BMC Evol Biol. 2016 Oct 18;16(1):215.
 
 Shedding light on the expansion and diversification of the Cdc48 protein family during the rise of the eukaryotic cell.
 
-[[!pmid desc="Also reports the loss of peroximal genes in _Oikopleura_."]]
+[[!pmid 27756227 desc="Also reports the loss of peroximal genes in _Oikopleura_."]]

tag
diff --git a/biblio/28336562.mdwn b/biblio/28336562.mdwn
index d4afc251..dc4d22b7 100644
--- a/biblio/28336562.mdwn
+++ b/biblio/28336562.mdwn
@@ -1,5 +1,5 @@
 [[!meta title="De novo assembly of the Aedes aegypti genome using Hi-C yields chromosome-length scaffolds."]]
-[[!tag chromosome muller_element]]
+[[!tag centromere chromosome muller_element]]
 
 Dudchenko O, Batra SS, Omer AD, Nyquist SK, Hoeger M, Durand NC, Shamim MS, Machol I, Lander ES, Aiden AP, Aiden EL.
 

peroxisomes
diff --git a/biblio/27756227.mdwn b/biblio/27756227.mdwn
new file mode 100644
index 00000000..d91ddb98
--- /dev/null
+++ b/biblio/27756227.mdwn
@@ -0,0 +1,10 @@
+[[!meta title="Shedding light on the expansion and diversification of the Cdc48 protein family during the rise of the eukaryotic cell."]]
+[[!tag Oikopleura]]
+
+Kienle N, Kloepper TH, Fasshauer D.
+
+BMC Evol Biol. 2016 Oct 18;16(1):215.
+
+Shedding light on the expansion and diversification of the Cdc48 protein family during the rise of the eukaryotic cell.
+
+[[!pmid desc="Also reports the loss of peroximal genes in _Oikopleura_."]]
diff --git a/tags/Oikopleura.mdwn b/tags/Oikopleura.mdwn
index 0fcd6075..84bef924 100644
--- a/tags/Oikopleura.mdwn
+++ b/tags/Oikopleura.mdwn
@@ -248,7 +248,8 @@ Genes and pathways
    inner kinetochore cound not be found in the genome by ([[Feng and coll.,
    2019|biblio/31306061]]).
  - _Nodal_ is not found in _O. dioica_'s genome ([[Onuma and coll., 2020|biblio/32029598]]).
- - Peroxysomes and genes related to them ([[Žárský and Tachezy, 2015|biblio/26700421]]).
+ - Peroxysomes and genes related to them ([[Žárský and Tachezy, 2015|biblio/26700421]];
+   [[Kienle, Kloepper and Fasshauer, 2016|biblio/27756227]]).
 
 
 Epigenome

Perte des mitochondries
diff --git a/biblio/31387118.mdwn b/biblio/31387118.mdwn
new file mode 100644
index 00000000..0b3f3085
--- /dev/null
+++ b/biblio/31387118.mdwn
@@ -0,0 +1,12 @@
+[[!meta title="The Oxymonad Genome Displays Canonical Eukaryotic Complexity in the Absence of a Mitochondrion."]]
+[[!tag mitochondrion]]
+
+Karnkowska A, Treitli SC, Brzoň O, Novák L, Vacek V, Soukal P, Barlow LD,
+Herman EK, Pipaliya SV, Pánek T, Žihala D, Petrželková R, Butenko A, Eme L,
+Stairs CW, Roger AJ, Eliáš M, Dacks JB, Hampl V.
+
+Mol Biol Evol. 2019 Oct 1;36(10):2292-2312. doi:10.1093/molbev/msz147
+
+The Oxymonad Genome Displays Canonical Eukaryotic Complexity in the Absence of a Mitochondrion.
+
+[[!pmid 31387118 desc="Estimated genome size: ∼75 Mb; 16,768 predicted protein genes.  Number of predicted introns: 31,639.  Mean predicted intron length: 124.3.  Telomeric repeat TTAGGG.  Missing NHEJ pathway and peroxisomes."]]
diff --git a/tags/mitochondrion.mdwn b/tags/mitochondrion.mdwn
index 641ab4c1..355dde86 100644
--- a/tags/mitochondrion.mdwn
+++ b/tags/mitochondrion.mdwn
@@ -81,4 +81,10 @@ Echinoderms           S     S     I     N     W
    ([[Gissi & Pessole, 2003|biblio/12915488]]).
 
 
+## Other
+
+Mitochondria can be lost in eukaryotes, be them monocellular ([[Karnkowska and
+coll., 2019|biblio/31387118]]), or multicellular ([[Yahalomi and coll.,
+2020|biblio/32094163]]).
+
 [[!inline pages="tagged(mitochondrion)" limit=0]]

spelling
diff --git a/biblio/26700421.mdwn b/biblio/26700421.mdwn
index 8d670fc2..bc4bdf35 100644
--- a/biblio/26700421.mdwn
+++ b/biblio/26700421.mdwn
@@ -7,4 +7,4 @@ Biol Direct. 2015 Dec 23;10:74. doi:10.1186/s13062-015-0101-6
 
 Evolutionary loss of peroxisomes--not limited to parasites.
 
-[[!pmid 26700421 desc="Loss of peroxysomes in _O. dioica_.  Speculates that the advantage might be “rendering the organisms resistant to xenobiotics that become activated in the peroxisomal lumen in response to frequent redox reactions”."]]
+[[!pmid 26700421 desc="Loss of peroxisomes in _O. dioica_.  Speculates that the advantage might be “rendering the organisms resistant to xenobiotics that become activated in the peroxisomal lumen in response to frequent redox reactions”."]]

Loss of peroxisomes.
diff --git a/biblio/26700421.mdwn b/biblio/26700421.mdwn
new file mode 100644
index 00000000..8d670fc2
--- /dev/null
+++ b/biblio/26700421.mdwn
@@ -0,0 +1,10 @@
+[[!meta title="Evolutionary loss of peroxisomes--not limited to parasites."]]
+[[!tag Oikopleura]]
+
+Žárský V, Tachezy J.
+
+Biol Direct. 2015 Dec 23;10:74. doi:10.1186/s13062-015-0101-6
+
+Evolutionary loss of peroxisomes--not limited to parasites.
+
+[[!pmid 26700421 desc="Loss of peroxysomes in _O. dioica_.  Speculates that the advantage might be “rendering the organisms resistant to xenobiotics that become activated in the peroxisomal lumen in response to frequent redox reactions”."]]
diff --git a/tags/Oikopleura.mdwn b/tags/Oikopleura.mdwn
index 0585ebab..0fcd6075 100644
--- a/tags/Oikopleura.mdwn
+++ b/tags/Oikopleura.mdwn
@@ -248,6 +248,7 @@ Genes and pathways
    inner kinetochore cound not be found in the genome by ([[Feng and coll.,
    2019|biblio/31306061]]).
  - _Nodal_ is not found in _O. dioica_'s genome ([[Onuma and coll., 2020|biblio/32029598]]).
+ - Peroxysomes and genes related to them ([[Žárský and Tachezy, 2015|biblio/26700421]]).
 
 
 Epigenome

dimanche
diff --git a/biblio/art0358.mdwn b/biblio/art0358.mdwn
new file mode 100644
index 00000000..f6fdda2a
--- /dev/null
+++ b/biblio/art0358.mdwn
@@ -0,0 +1,12 @@
+[[!meta title="Nouvelle technique d'élevage des appendiculaires"]]
+[[!tag Oikopleura]]
+
+Fenaux R. and G. Gorsky
+
+Rapp. Comm. int. Mer Medit., 29, 9 (1985).
+
+Nouvelle technique d'élevage des appendiculaires
+
+ciesm.org/online/archives/abstracts/pdf/29/ART_0358.pdf
+
+Helicoidal paddle to stir the culture.
diff --git a/tags/Oikopleura.mdwn b/tags/Oikopleura.mdwn
index a5a5eb34..0585ebab 100644
--- a/tags/Oikopleura.mdwn
+++ b/tags/Oikopleura.mdwn
@@ -589,6 +589,11 @@ Ecology
 Laboratory culture
 ------------------
 
+Culture protocols (incomplete list):
+
+ - [[Fenaux and Gorsky (1985)|biblio/art0358]] published a method using a
+   helicoidal paddle to stir the culture.
+
 Food tested in laboratory (totally incomplete list):
 
  - Flagellates _Isochrysis galbana_ (4 µm width) and _Monochrysis lutheri_ (4 µm

italics
diff --git a/tags/Oikopleura.mdwn b/tags/Oikopleura.mdwn
index d7ff5501..a5a5eb34 100644
--- a/tags/Oikopleura.mdwn
+++ b/tags/Oikopleura.mdwn
@@ -591,8 +591,8 @@ Laboratory culture
 
 Food tested in laboratory (totally incomplete list):
 
- - Flagellates Isochrysis galbana (4 µm width) and Monochrysis lutheri (4 µm
-   width), and the diatom Cyclotella nana (Thalassiosira pseudonana) which had
+ - Flagellates _Isochrysis galbana_ (4 µm width) and _Monochrysis lutheri_ (4 µm
+   width), and the diatom _Cyclotella nana_ (Thalassiosira pseudonana) which had
    a width of 5 µm ([[G.-A. Paffenhöfer, 1973|biblio/10.1007_BF00391782]]).
 
  - _Isochrysis galbana_ (5.5 µm in size), _Tetraselmis suecica_ (9.5 µm), and

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diff --git a/biblio/10.1007_BF00391782.mdwn b/biblio/10.1007_BF00391782.mdwn
new file mode 100644
index 00000000..552b31d0
--- /dev/null
+++ b/biblio/10.1007_BF00391782.mdwn
@@ -0,0 +1,10 @@
+[[!meta title="The cultivation of an appendicularian through numerous generations."]]
+[[!tag Oikopleura]]
+
+Paffenhöfer, G.
+
+The cultivation of an appendicularian through numerous generations.
+
+Mar. Biol. 22, 183–185 (1973). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00391782
+
+[[!doi 10.1007/BF00391782 desc="_O. dioica_ fed with “flagellates Isochrysis galbana (4 µm width) and Monochrysis lutheri (4 µm width), and the diatom Cyclotella nana (Thalassiosira pseudonana) which had a width of 5 µm”"]]
diff --git a/tags/Oikopleura.mdwn b/tags/Oikopleura.mdwn
index 9f475ef2..d7ff5501 100644
--- a/tags/Oikopleura.mdwn
+++ b/tags/Oikopleura.mdwn
@@ -25,15 +25,6 @@ Some links:
  - OSAKA2016 genome on aniseed ([[Dardaillon and coll., 2020|biblio/31680137]]):
    <https://www.aniseed.cnrs.fr/aniseed/species/show_species?unique_name=Oikopleura_dioica>
 
-Food tested in laboratory (totally incomplete list): _Isochrysis galbana_ (5.5
-µm in size), _Tetraselmis suecica_ (9.5 µm), and the chlorophyte _Chlorella
-sp._ (3.5 µm) [[Acuña and Kiefer, 2000|biblio/10.4319_lo.2000.45.3.0608]].
-The diatom _Chaetoceros calcitrans_, often used as a food, can be toxic at high
-concentrations, probably because of the production of biotoxins
-([[Torres-Águila and coll., 2018|biblio/30272001]]).  The Postlethwait lab
-has been feeding their animals with (_Dunaliella tertiolecta_, _Isochrysis
-galbana_, _Rhodomonas lens_, _Nanochloropsis sp._, and _Micromonas sp._ (strain Dw-8))
-[[Bassham and Postlethwait (2000)|biblio/10753519]]).
 
 Parasites: _Oodinium pouchetii_ and others.
 
@@ -594,4 +585,27 @@ Ecology
  - Indian ocean near Australia: detected in eDNA sequencing of 18S rRNA
    ([[Berry and coll., 2019|biblio/30735490]])
 
+
+Laboratory culture
+------------------
+
+Food tested in laboratory (totally incomplete list):
+
+ - Flagellates Isochrysis galbana (4 µm width) and Monochrysis lutheri (4 µm
+   width), and the diatom Cyclotella nana (Thalassiosira pseudonana) which had
+   a width of 5 µm ([[G.-A. Paffenhöfer, 1973|biblio/10.1007_BF00391782]]).
+
+ - _Isochrysis galbana_ (5.5 µm in size), _Tetraselmis suecica_ (9.5 µm), and
+   the chlorophyte _Chlorella sp._ (3.5 µm) [[Acuña and Kiefer,
+   2000|biblio/10.4319_lo.2000.45.3.0608]].
+
+ - The diatom _Chaetoceros calcitrans_, often used as a food, can be toxic at
+   high concentrations, probably because of the production of biotoxins
+   ([[Torres-Águila and coll., 2018|biblio/30272001]]).
+
+ - The Postlethwait lab has been feeding their animals with (_Dunaliella
+   tertiolecta_, _Isochrysis galbana_, _Rhodomonas lens_, _Nanochloropsis sp._,
+   and _Micromonas sp._ (strain Dw-8)) [[Bassham and Postlethwait
+   (2000)|biblio/10753519]]).
+
 [[!inline pages="tagged(Oikopleura)" actions="no" limit=0]]

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diff --git a/biblio/18660804.mdwn b/biblio/18660804.mdwn
new file mode 100644
index 00000000..b48ea2a3
--- /dev/null
+++ b/biblio/18660804.mdwn
@@ -0,0 +1,18 @@
+[[!meta title="Genome sequence of the metazoan plant-parasitic nematode Meloidogyne incognita."]]
+[[!tag nematode genome]]
+
+Abad P, Gouzy J, Aury JM, Castagnone-Sereno P, Danchin EG, Deleury E,
+Perfus-Barbeoch L, Anthouard V, Artiguenave F, Blok VC, Caillaud MC, Coutinho PM,
+Dasilva C, De Luca F, Deau F, Esquibet M, Flutre T, Goldstone JV, Hamamouch N,
+Hewezi T, Jaillon O, Jubin C, Leonetti P, Magliano M, Maier TR, Markov GV,
+McVeigh P, Pesole G, Poulain J, Robinson-Rechavi M, Sallet E, Ségurens B,
+Steinbach D, Tytgat T, Ugarte E, van Ghelder C, Veronico P, Baum TJ, Blaxter M,
+Bleve-Zacheo T, Davis EL, Ewbank JJ, Favery B, Grenier E, Henrissat B, Jones JT, 
+Laudet V, Maule AG, Quesneville H, Rosso MN, Schiex T, Smant G, Weissenbach J,
+Wincker P.
+
+Nat Biotechnol. 2008 Aug;26(8):909-15. doi:10.1038/nbt.1482
+
+Genome sequence of the metazoan plant-parasitic nematode Meloidogyne incognita.
+
+[[!pmid 18660804 desc="“One remarkable feature is that most of the genome is composed of pairs of homologous segments that may denote former diverged alleles. This suggests that M. incognita is evolving without sex toward effective haploidy through the Meselson effect.”"]]
diff --git a/tags/nematode.mdwn b/tags/nematode.mdwn
index 38b124d9..b1d7870a 100644
--- a/tags/nematode.mdwn
+++ b/tags/nematode.mdwn
@@ -41,4 +41,8 @@
    chromosomes, as determined by a synteny comparison between two related
    species ([[Foth and coll., 2014|biblio/24929830]]).
 
+ - In _Meloidogyne incognita_, which reproduces by mitotic parthenogenesis, the
+   genome sequence is evloving towards effective haploidy ([[Abad and coll.,
+   2008|biblio/18660804]]).
+
 [[!inline pages="tagged(nematode)" limit=0]]

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diff --git a/biblio/28336562.mdwn b/biblio/28336562.mdwn
new file mode 100644
index 00000000..d4afc251
--- /dev/null
+++ b/biblio/28336562.mdwn
@@ -0,0 +1,10 @@
+[[!meta title="De novo assembly of the Aedes aegypti genome using Hi-C yields chromosome-length scaffolds."]]
+[[!tag chromosome muller_element]]
+
+Dudchenko O, Batra SS, Omer AD, Nyquist SK, Hoeger M, Durand NC, Shamim MS, Machol I, Lander ES, Aiden AP, Aiden EL.
+
+Science. 2017 Apr 7;356(6333):92-95. doi:10.1126/science.aal3327
+
+De novo assembly of the Aedes aegypti genome using Hi-C yields chromosome-length scaffolds.
+
+[[!pmid 28336562 desc="Hi-C contacts between telomeres and between centromeres.  Few contacts between arms of the same chromosome."]]
diff --git a/tags/muller_element.mdwn b/tags/muller_element.mdwn
index 99eb6d49..b1d29765 100644
--- a/tags/muller_element.mdwn
+++ b/tags/muller_element.mdwn
@@ -1,4 +1,15 @@
 [[!meta title="pages tagged muller element"]]
 
-[[!inline pages="tagged(muller_element)" actions="no" archive="yes"
-feedshow=10]]
+# Muller elements
+
+(work in progress...)
+
+Synteny conservation is even visible between fruit flies and cockroaches
+([[Meisel, Delclos and Wexler, 2019|biblio/31806031]]).
+
+Hi-C shows contacts between telomeres and between centromeres in mosquito
+species, and few contacts between both arms of the same chromosome ([[Dudchenko
+and coll., 2017|biblio/28336562]]).  Note that the chromosomes of Aedes aegypti
+are significantly larger than what is usually found in Drosophila.
+
+[[!inline pages="tagged(muller_element)" limit=0]]

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diff --git a/biblio/10.1080_07924259.2018.1561529.mdwn b/biblio/10.1080_07924259.2018.1561529.mdwn
new file mode 100644
index 00000000..7023191f
--- /dev/null
+++ b/biblio/10.1080_07924259.2018.1561529.mdwn
@@ -0,0 +1,10 @@
+[[!meta title="An electron microscopic study of early gonadogenesis in the hermaphroditic appendicularian Oikopleura gracilis (Tunicata, Oikopleuridae)"]]
+[[!tag Oikopleura to_read]]
+
+Anna V. Savelieva (2019)
+
+Invertebrate Reproduction & Development, 63:2, 100-110, DOI: 10.1080/07924259.2018.1561529
+
+An electron microscopic study of early gonadogenesis in the hermaphroditic appendicularian Oikopleura gracilis (Tunicata, Oikopleuridae)
+
+[[!doi 10.1080/07924259.2018.1561529 desc="to_read"]]
diff --git a/biblio/31127091.mdwn b/biblio/31127091.mdwn
new file mode 100644
index 00000000..e607ec49
--- /dev/null
+++ b/biblio/31127091.mdwn
@@ -0,0 +1,10 @@
+[[!meta title="Transforming activity of an oncoprotein-encoding circular RNA from human papillomavirus."]]
+[[!tag HPV to_Read]]
+
+Nat Commun. 2019 May 24;10(1):2300. doi: 10.1038/s41467-019-10246-5.
+
+Zhao J, Lee EE, Kim J, Yang R, Chamseddin B, Ni C, Gusho E, Xie Y, Chiang CM, Buszczak M, Zhan X, Laimins L, Wang RC.
+
+Transforming activity of an oncoprotein-encoding circular RNA from human papillomavirus.
+
+[[!pmid 31127091 desc="to read"]]
diff --git a/biblio/32269225.mdwn b/biblio/32269225.mdwn
new file mode 100644
index 00000000..08e96823
--- /dev/null
+++ b/biblio/32269225.mdwn
@@ -0,0 +1,12 @@
+[[!meta title="The Scaly-foot Snail genome and implications for the origins of biomineralised armour."]]
+[[!tag chromosome variants]]
+
+Sun J, Chen C, Miyamoto N, Li R, Sigwart JD, Xu T, Sun Y, Wong WC, Ip JCH,
+Zhang W, Lan Y, Bissessur D, Watsuji TO, Watanabe HK, Takaki Y, Ikeo K, Fujii N, 
+Yoshitake K, Qiu JW, Takai K, Qian PY.
+
+Nat Commun. 2020 Apr 8;11(1):1657. doi: 10.1038/s41467-020-15522-3.
+
+The Scaly-foot Snail genome and implications for the origins of biomineralised armour.
+
+[[!pmid 32269225 desc="Synteny dotplot in Figure S3, based on orthologue pairs, between Chrysomallon squamiferum and P. canaliculata (>400 MY distance) show genes staying on their chromosome, but moving within.  Are the chromosomes acrocentric ?"]]

alire
diff --git a/biblio/10.1007_978-94-011-0701-3_1.mdwn b/biblio/10.1007_978-94-011-0701-3_1.mdwn
new file mode 100644
index 00000000..f0aba7b8
--- /dev/null
+++ b/biblio/10.1007_978-94-011-0701-3_1.mdwn
@@ -0,0 +1,12 @@
+[[!meta title="What is rarity?"]]
+[[!tag to_read]]
+
+Gaston K.J. (1994)
+
+Book chapter in: Rarity. Population and Community Biology Series, vol 13. Springer, Dordrecht 
+
+ISBN 978-94-011-0701-3
+
+What is rarity?
+
+[[!doi 10.1007/978-94-011-0701-3_1 desc="to read"]]

Taimoan
diff --git a/biblio/32094163.mdwn b/biblio/32094163.mdwn
new file mode 100644
index 00000000..e8e71c50
--- /dev/null
+++ b/biblio/32094163.mdwn
@@ -0,0 +1,10 @@
+[[!meta title="A cnidarian parasite of salmon (Myxozoa: Henneguya) lacks a mitochondrial genome."]]
+[[!tag mitochondrion]]
+
+Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2020 Mar 10;117(10):5358-5363. doi:10.1073/pnas.1909907117
+
+Yahalomi D, Atkinson SD, Neuhof M, Chang ES, Philippe H, Cartwright P, Bartholomew JL, Huchon D.
+
+A cnidarian parasite of salmon (Myxozoa: Henneguya) lacks a mitochondrial genome.
+
+[[!pmid 32094163 desc="The mitochondrial DNA can not be found by sequencing nor by imaging, and proteins from the respiratory chain are absent from the nuclear genome.  In addition, the mitochondrial DNA polymerase is a pseudogene.  The remaining mitochondria-related organelles (MROs) still have some morphological features of mitochondria, and may carry remaining biochemical pathways."]]

Piano
diff --git a/biblio/32179675.mdwn b/biblio/32179675.mdwn
new file mode 100644
index 00000000..f4eb008b
--- /dev/null
+++ b/biblio/32179675.mdwn
@@ -0,0 +1,10 @@
+[[!meta title="The intelligent knife (iKnife) and its intraoperative diagnostic advantage for the treatment of cervical disease."]]
+[[!tag HPV mass_spectroscopy]]
+
+Tzafetas M, Mitra A, Paraskevaidi M, Bodai Z, Kalliala I, Bowden S, Lathouras K, Rosini F, Szasz M, Savage A, Balog J, McKenzie J, Lyons D, Bennett P, MacIntyre D, Ghaem-Maghami S, Takats Z, Kyrgiou M.
+
+Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2020 Mar 16. pii: 201916960. doi:10.1073/pnas.1916960117
+
+The intelligent knife (iKnife) and its intraoperative diagnostic advantage for the treatment of cervical disease.
+
+[[!pmid 32179675 desc="Mass spectroscopy on 87 frozen samples."]]

Café
diff --git a/biblio/25779047.mdwn b/biblio/25779047.mdwn
new file mode 100644
index 00000000..1bb8bedd
--- /dev/null
+++ b/biblio/25779047.mdwn
@@ -0,0 +1,11 @@
+[[!meta title="Embryonic expression of endogenous retroviral RNAs in somatic tissues adjacent to the Oikopleura germline."]]
+[[!tag Oikopleura repeat transposon]]
+
+Nucleic Acids Res. 2015 Apr 20;43(7):3701-11. doi:10.1093/nar/gkv169
+
+Henriet S, Sumic S, Doufoundou-Guilengui C, Jensen MF, Grandmougin C, Fal K,
+Thompson E, Volff JN, Chourrout D.
+
+Embryonic expression of endogenous retroviral RNAs in somatic tissues adjacent to the Oikopleura germline.
+
+[[!pmid 25779047 desc="“In several Tor elements, env expression is driven by an internal promoter and not by the 5′LTR.”  “Using human HEK293T cells, [...] Env was associated with cell membranes during subcellular fractionation.”  “Some Tor elements are active and have recently integrated copies in Oikopleura germline DNA.”  “Comparison of Argonaute protein sequences in the Oikopleura genome identified a single Piwi, sharing diagnostic residues with fly and vertebrate Piwi.” ”Our results show that expression of Tor in somatic tissues was located in proximity to germ cells. Tor RNA seemed mostly absent from germ cells themselves.”"]]
diff --git a/tags/Oikopleura.mdwn b/tags/Oikopleura.mdwn
index 20406bdb..9f475ef2 100644
--- a/tags/Oikopleura.mdwn
+++ b/tags/Oikopleura.mdwn
@@ -152,6 +152,8 @@ Repeat elements
    DIRS1-like and Penelope-like [[Volff and coll., 2004|biblio/15254255]]. “F.
    borealis has no Odin elements but has members of other LINE families.”
    ([[Naville and coll., 2019|biblio/30880010]])
+ - Tor elements are expressed in somatic tissues in proximity to the germline
+   ([[Henriet and coll., 2015|biblio/25779047]]).
  - “LTR retrotransposons account for a significant part of the indel polymorphism
    in the _Oikopleura_ genome.”
    “Tor-3G elements are frequently inserted into exons and can be transcribed
@@ -225,6 +227,7 @@ Genes and pathways
  - INCENP and Plk1 are duplicated ([[Feng and coll., 2019|biblio/31306061]]).
  - Two connexins, CxA and CxB are expressed during embyogenesis ([[Mikhaleva,
    Tolstenkov and Glover 2019|biblio/30905687]]).
+ - Piwi ([[Henriet and coll., 2015|biblio/25779047]]).
 
 ### Lost
 

SmartAmp
diff --git a/biblio/22295077.mdwn b/biblio/22295077.mdwn
new file mode 100644
index 00000000..1ad735e8
--- /dev/null
+++ b/biblio/22295077.mdwn
@@ -0,0 +1,14 @@
+[[!meta title="One-step detection of the 2009 pandemic influenza A(H1N1) virus by the RT-SmartAmp assay and its clinical validation."]]
+[[!tag amplification detection diagnostic]]
+
+Kawai Y, Kimura Y, Lezhava A, Kanamori H, Usui K, Hanami T, Soma T, Morlighem 
+JÉ, Saga S, Ishizu Y, Aoki S, Endo R, Oguchi-Katayama A, Kogo Y, Mitani Y,
+Ishidao T, Kawakami C, Kurata H, Furuya Y, Saito T, Okazaki N, Chikahira M,
+Hayashi E, Tsuruoka S, Toguchi T, Saito Y, Ban T, Izumi S, Uryu H, Kudo K,
+Sakai-Tagawa Y, Kawaoka Y, Hirai A, Hayashizaki Y, Ishikawa T.
+
+PLoS One. 2012;7(1):e30236. doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0030236 doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0030236
+
+One-step detection of the 2009 pandemic influenza A(H1N1) virus by the RT-SmartAmp assay and its clinical validation.
+
+[[!pmid 22295077 desc="Inactivation in 5% SDS, gel filtration on Sephacryl S-400 HR in Micro-Bio-Spin colum, and RT-SmartAmp AMV RTase, Aac DNA pol."]]

Codon capture hypothesis
diff --git a/biblio/2515289.mdwn b/biblio/2515289.mdwn
new file mode 100644
index 00000000..7c9a7830
--- /dev/null
+++ b/biblio/2515289.mdwn
@@ -0,0 +1,10 @@
+[[!meta title="Evolution of the mitochondrial genetic code. II. Reassignment of codon AUA from isoleucine to methionine."]]
+[[!tag mitochondrion]]
+
+J Mol Evol. 1989 Nov;29(5):373-80 doi:10.1007/bf02602907
+
+Osawa S, Ohama T, Jukes TH, Watanabe K, Yokoyama S.
+
+Evolution of the mitochondrial genetic code. II. Reassignment of codon AUA from isoleucine to methionine.
+
+[[!pmid 2515289 desc="Codon capture hypothesis.  Cites the Crick preprint."]]
diff --git a/tags/mitochondrion.mdwn b/tags/mitochondrion.mdwn
index 0c9fd506..641ab4c1 100644
--- a/tags/mitochondrion.mdwn
+++ b/tags/mitochondrion.mdwn
@@ -45,6 +45,7 @@ https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ascidian_mitochondrial_code
    suggests that _O. lon_, _B. sty_ and perhaps _M. ery_ use different code(s).
  - Another hemichordate code, in cephalodiscidae: TAA → Y, TGA → W, AGA → Ser
    AGG → Lys ([[Li and coll., 2019|biblio/30476024]]).
+ - The codon capture hypothesis: [[Osawa and coll., 1989|biblio/2515289]].
 
 ```
                      AGA   AGG   ATA   AAA   TGA

eDNA
diff --git a/biblio/31937756.mdwn b/biblio/31937756.mdwn
new file mode 100644
index 00000000..6fe6ecc4
--- /dev/null
+++ b/biblio/31937756.mdwn
@@ -0,0 +1,12 @@
+[[!meta title="Environmental DNA reveals seasonal shifts and potential interactions in a marine community."]]
+[[!tag Oikopleura eDNA]]
+
+Djurhuus A, Closek CJ, Kelly RP, Pitz KJ, Michisaki RP, Starks HA, Walz KR,
+Andruszkiewicz EA, Olesin E, Hubbard K, Montes E, Otis D, Muller-Karger FE,
+Chavez FP, Boehm AB, Breitbart M.
+
+Nat Commun. 2020 Jan 14;11(1):254. doi: 10.1038/s41467-019-14105-1.
+
+Environmental DNA reveals seasonal shifts and potential interactions in a marine community.
+
+[[!pmid desc="Found Oikopleura 18S sequences in MiSeq run SRR8473276."]]
diff --git a/tags/Oikopleura.mdwn b/tags/Oikopleura.mdwn
index 7a05fba5..20406bdb 100644
--- a/tags/Oikopleura.mdwn
+++ b/tags/Oikopleura.mdwn
@@ -557,7 +557,8 @@ Ecology
 
  - California  ([[C. Essenbergm, 1922|biblio/1929090]]); rare in summer's warm
    (> 20ºC) waters and more abundant in winter's cool (13~16 ºC) waters.
- -  Throurought the North Pacific ([[Tokioka, 1960|biblio/10.5134_174644]]).
+ - Also found in eDNA form Monterey bay ([[Djurhuus and coll., 2020|biblio/31937756]]).
+ - Throurought the North Pacific ([[Tokioka, 1960|biblio/10.5134_174644]]).
  - Alaska, where it is more abundant in summer and near the coast ([[Doubleday
    and Hopcroft, 2015|biblio/10.1093_plankt_fbu092]]).
  - Giant appendicularians could be observed in high abundance from deep submersibles
diff --git a/tags/eDNA.mdwn b/tags/eDNA.mdwn
index 0d5ce17e..8187c113 100644
--- a/tags/eDNA.mdwn
+++ b/tags/eDNA.mdwn
@@ -2,5 +2,7 @@
 
  - Oikopleura detected in 18S rRNA amplified with universal primers:
    [[Berry and coll., 2019|biblio/30735490]].
+ - Oikopleura 18S detected in at least one MiSeq run from
+   [[Djurhuus and coll. 2020|biblio/31937756]]
 
 [[!inline pages="tagged(eDNA)" limit=0]]

Café
diff --git a/tags/Oikopleura.mdwn b/tags/Oikopleura.mdwn
index 6acf359b..7a05fba5 100644
--- a/tags/Oikopleura.mdwn
+++ b/tags/Oikopleura.mdwn
@@ -588,6 +588,6 @@ Ecology
    valdiviae_, _O. drygalskii_, and _O. weddelli_ are actually a single species
    (with oral gland cells and ~8 to 14 subchordal cells).
  - Indian ocean near Australia: detected in eDNA sequencing of 18S rRNA
-   ([[Berry and coll., 2019|biblio/30735490.mdwn]])
+   ([[Berry and coll., 2019|biblio/30735490]])
 
 [[!inline pages="tagged(Oikopleura)" actions="no" limit=0]]
diff --git a/tags/eDNA.mdwn b/tags/eDNA.mdwn
index 8de2bd36..0d5ce17e 100644
--- a/tags/eDNA.mdwn
+++ b/tags/eDNA.mdwn
@@ -1,4 +1,6 @@
 [[!meta title="pages tagged eDNA"]]
 
-[[!inline pages="tagged(eDNA)" actions="no" archive="yes"
-feedshow=10]]
+ - Oikopleura detected in 18S rRNA amplified with universal primers:
+   [[Berry and coll., 2019|biblio/30735490]].
+
+[[!inline pages="tagged(eDNA)" limit=0]]

creating tag page tags/eDNA
diff --git a/tags/eDNA.mdwn b/tags/eDNA.mdwn
new file mode 100644
index 00000000..8de2bd36
--- /dev/null
+++ b/tags/eDNA.mdwn
@@ -0,0 +1,4 @@
+[[!meta title="pages tagged eDNA"]]
+
+[[!inline pages="tagged(eDNA)" actions="no" archive="yes"
+feedshow=10]]

Café
diff --git a/biblio/30735490.mdwn b/biblio/30735490.mdwn
new file mode 100644
index 00000000..a4ad451a
--- /dev/null
+++ b/biblio/30735490.mdwn
@@ -0,0 +1,10 @@
+[[!meta title="Marine environmental DNA biomonitoring reveals seasonal patterns in biodiversity and identifies ecosystem responses to anomalous climatic events."]]
+[[!tag Oikopleura eDNA]]
+
+PLoS Genet. 2019 Feb 8;15(2):e1007943. doi:10.1371/journal.pgen.1007943
+
+Berry TE, Saunders BJ, Coghlan ML, Stat M, Jarman S, Richardson AJ, Davies CH, Berry O, Harvey ES, Bunce M.
+
+Marine environmental DNA biomonitoring reveals seasonal patterns in biodiversity and identifies ecosystem responses to anomalous climatic events.
+
+[[!pmid desc="Oikopleura detected in the 18S data."]]
diff --git a/tags/Oikopleura.mdwn b/tags/Oikopleura.mdwn
index a8b4a569..6acf359b 100644
--- a/tags/Oikopleura.mdwn
+++ b/tags/Oikopleura.mdwn
@@ -587,5 +587,7 @@ Ecology
    (2003)|biblio/10.1017_S0954102003001585]] proposed that _O. gaussica_, _O.
    valdiviae_, _O. drygalskii_, and _O. weddelli_ are actually a single species
    (with oral gland cells and ~8 to 14 subchordal cells).
+ - Indian ocean near Australia: detected in eDNA sequencing of 18S rRNA
+   ([[Berry and coll., 2019|biblio/30735490.mdwn]])
 
 [[!inline pages="tagged(Oikopleura)" actions="no" limit=0]]

Correct tags
diff --git a/biblio/31363093.mdwn b/biblio/31363093.mdwn
index 38d14a04..26504000 100644
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 Bhardwaj V, Semplicio G, Erdogdu NU, Manke T, Akhtar A.
 
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 Alex Chenchick, York Y. Shu, Luda Diatchenko, Roger Li, Jason Hill and Paul D. Siebert.
 (Gene Cloning and Analysis Group, CLONETECH Laboratories, Pao Alto, CA, USA).