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Caroline Hervet
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INRAE Research Technician
UMR 1300 BIOEPAR

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 Oniris site de la Chantrerie, CS40706, 44307 Nantes, France
 teams ImmunoCare and TiBoDi, building G3 2nd floor

Email: caroline (point) hervet (at) oniris-nantes (point) fr
Tel: 02 40 68 77 03

After 5 years of experience in various public service research laboratories in immunology and genetics, Caroline Hervet joined INRA in 2007 as a research technician in molecular biology within the GenAqua team of the Animal Genetics and Integrative Biology Unit (GABI) in Jouy en Josas (78). She contributed to the mapping of new genetic markers of rainbow trout, and participated in the study of the rainbow trout genome in order to search for disease resistance QTLs, as well as providing field assistance during sample collection or infection realizations. She has also been the Quality Correspondent for the GenAqua team since 2011.

In parallel with these missions at INRA, Caroline Hervet pursued various university degree programs (immunology, hematology, molecular biology) and validated a Master II in Signaling and Integrated Systems in Biology at the École Pratique des Hautes Études in 2010.

In 2015, she joined the BIOEPAR joint research unit in order to contribute her expertise in molecular biology and participate in improving knowledge of the genome and transcriptome of the Ixodes ricinus tick within the TiBoDi team. In 2018, she also joins the ImmunoCare team to participate in studies on the understanding and analysis of interactions between viral respiratory pathogens in the porcine species. Today, she is in charge of lineage maintenance, virus amplification and titration while participating in various projects on the study of infections and co-infections in vitro. For the past 4 years, she has been leading the UMR's Quality group, informing and raising the awareness of the members of the unit to the approach, setting up a sample management system and monitoring metrology within the UMR.

Research Themes 
  • Molecular Biology
  • Cell culture
  • Immunology
  • Virology
  • Ticks
  • Quality
Links

https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Caroline_Hervet

Publications
  • Charrier N. P., Hervet C., Bonsergent C., Charrier M., Malandrin L., Kaufmann B., Gippet J. M. W. 2020. Invasive in the North: new latitudinal record for Argentine ants in Europe. Insectes Sociaux 67(2):331-335 [IF19=1.418] DOI: 10.1007/s00040-020-00762-9.
  • Daveu R., Hervet C., Sigrist L., Sassera D., Jex A., Labadie K., Aury J.-M., Plantard O., Rispe C. 2020. Sequence diversity and evolution of an iflavirus family associated with ticks. bioRxiv, 2020.2006.2002.129551.
  • Cafiso A., Sassera D., Romeo C., Serra V., Hervet C., Bandi C., Plantard O., Bazzocchi C. 2019. Midichloria mitochondrii, endosymbiont of Ixodes ricinus: evidence for the transmission to the vertebrate host during the tick blood meal. Ticks and Tick-borne Diseases, 10(1):5-12 [IF19=2.749] DOI: 10.1016/j.ttbdis.2018.08.008.
  • Charrier N. P., Hermouet A., Hervet C., Agoulon A., Barker S. C., Heylen D., Toty C., McCoy K. D., Plantard O., Rispe C. 2019. A transcriptome-based phylogenetic study of hard ticks (Ixodidae). Scientific Reports, 9(1):12923 [IF19=3.998] DOI: 10.1038/s41598-019-49641-9.
  • Larcher T., Fablet C., Renson P., Ménard D., Hervet C., Saade G., Belloc C., Bourry O., Meurens F. 2019. Assessment of pulmonary responses in pigs challenged with PRRSV Lena strain shows better protection after immunization with field than vaccine strains. Veterinary Microbiology, 230:249-259 [IF19=3.030] DOI: 10.1016/j.vetmic.2019.01.022.
  • Charrier N. P., Couton M., Voordouw M. J., Rais O., Durand-Hermouet A., Hervet C., Plantard O., Rispe C. 2018. Whole body transcriptomes and new insights into the biology of the tick Ixodes ricinus. Parasites & Vectors, 11(1):364. [IF19=2.824] DOI: 10.1186/s13071-018-2932-3.
  • Fraslin C., Dechamp N., Bernard M., Krieg F., Hervet C., Guyomard R., Esquerré D., Barbieri J., Kuchly C., Duchaud E., Boudinot P., Rochat T., Bernardet J.-F., Quillet E. 2018. Quantitative trait loci for resistance to Flavobacterium psychrophilum in rainbow trout: effect of the mode of infection and evidence of epistatic interactions. Genetics Selection Evolution, 50(1):60 [IF19=3.950] DOI: 10.1186/s12711-018-0431-9.
  • Richard C. A., Hervet C., Ménard D., Gutsche I., Normand V., Meurens F., Eleouet J. F. 2018. First demonstration of the circulation of a pneumovirus in French pigs by detection of anti-swine orthopneumovirus nucleoprotein antibodies. Veterinary Research,  49(1):118  [IF19=3.357] DOI: 10.1186/s13567-018-0615-x.
  • Verrier E. R., Genet C., Laloë D., Jaffrezic F., Rau A., Esquerre D., Dechamp N., Ciobotaru C., Hervet C., Krieg F., Jouneau L., Klopp C., Quillet E., Boudinot P. 2018. Genetic and transcriptomic analyses provide new insights on the early antiviral response to VHSV in resistant and susceptible rainbow trout. BMC Genomics, 19(1):482 [IF19=3.594] DOI: 10.1186/s12864-018-4860-1.
  • Hubert JN., Allal F., Hervet C. , Vergnet A, Rasamoelina H., Ravakarivelo M., Jeney S., Guyomard R., Vandeputte M. 2016 How could fully scaled carps appear in natural waters in Madagascar? Proceedings of the Royal Society B - Biological Sciences 283(1837):20160945 [IF19=4.637] DOI: 10.1098/rspb.2016.0945.
  • Quillet E., Krieg F., Dechamp N., Hervet C., Bérard A., Le Roy P., Guyomard R., Prunet P., Pottinger T.G. 2014. Quantitative trait loci for magnitude of the plasma cortisol response to confinement in rainbow trout. Animal Genetics 45(2):223-234.[IF19=2.841] DOI: 10.1111/age.12126.
  • Verrier E, Dorson M, Mauger s, Torhy C, Ciobotaru C, Hervet C, Dechamp N, Genet C, Boudinot P, Quillet E. 2013. Resistance to a Rhabdovirus (VHSV) in Rainbow Trout: Identification of a Major QTL Related to Innate Mechanisms. PLoS ONE 8(2):e55302. [IF19=2.740] DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0055302.

See also

Caroline Hervet's publications in ProdINRA