Nice illustrated explanation (it's funny how is censored the flies mating. Why?)
La plateforme GenoSol de l’UMR Agroécologie de l’INRA de Dijon est une structure unique en Europe, centrée sur la (micro)biologie des sols. Ses missions s’articulent autour de trois activités principales : un Conservatoire des Ressources Génétiques Microbiennes, une Plateforme Technique de caractérisation moléculaire du métagénome microbien, un Système d’Information sur la diversité microbienne des sols et de l’environnement. Depuis 2015, la Plateforme GenoSol est certifiée ISO 9001 pour le Conservatoire des Ressources Génétiques Microbiennes.
This technical platform has been set up to allow ecologists to perform large-scale analysis of environmental DNA via a metabarcoding approach. DNA metabarcoding refers to high throughput DNA-based identification of multiple species from environmental DNA. The main applications consist in diet analysis from feces, in biodiversity assessment using soil or water samples, and in palaeo-environment reconstruction using lake sediments and permafrost samples.
The eDNA platform is composed of three pre-PCR extraction rooms dedicated to feces, soil, and ancient DNA, and to several post-PCR rooms dedicated to the purification and the titration of PCR products. The next generation sequencing on Illumina platforms (HiSeq or MiSeq) is outsourced.
Katia Levecque a,b,∗ , Frederik Anseel a,b,c , Alain De Beuckelaer d,e,a , Johan Van der Heyden f,g , Lydia Gisle f
a Department of Personnel Management, Work and Organizational Psychology, Faculty of Psychology and Educational Sciences, Ghent University, Henri
Dunantlaan 2, 9000 Ghent, Belgium
b ECOOM, Henri Dunantlaan 2, 9000 Ghent, Belgium
c Department of Management and Technology, Bocconi University, Via Roberto Sarfatti 25, 20100 Milano, Italy
d Institute for Management Research, Radboud University, Thomas van Aquinostraat 3, 6525 GD Nijmegen, The Netherlands
e School of Sociology and Population Studies, Renmin University of China, No. 59 Zhongguancun Street, Haidian District, Beijing 100872, PR China
f Scientiﬁc Institute of Public Health, OD Public Health and Surveillance, Juliette Wytsmanstraat 14, 1050 Brussels, Belgium
g Department of Public Health, Faculty of Medicine, Ghent University, University Hospital, De Pintelaan 185, 9000 Ghent, Belgium
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Research policy observers are increasingly concerned about the potential impact of current academic working conditions on mental health, particularly in PhD students. The aim of the current study is three-fold. First, we assess the prevalence of mental health problems in a representative sample of PhD students in Flanders, Belgium (N = 3659). Second, we compare PhD students to three other samples: (1) highly educated in the general population (N = 769); (2) highly educated employees (N = 592); and (3) higher education students (N = 333). Third, we assess those organizational factors relating to the role of PhD students that predict mental health status. Results based on 12 mental health symptoms (GHQ-12) showed that 32% of PhD students are at risk of having or developing a common psychiatric disorder, especially depression. This estimate was signiﬁcantly higher than those obtained in the comparison groups. Organizational policies were signiﬁcantly associated with the prevalence of mental health problems. Especially work family interface, job demands and job control, the supervisor’s leadership style, team decision-making culture, and perception of a career outside academia are linked to mental health problems.
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