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About the TCC -Thonon Culture Collection-

Halamphora ghanensis

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March 2019: ready to use barcoding libraries for metabarcoding pipelines (Mothur, DADA2) Feb 2019: Diat.barcode a reference barcoding library for...
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Presentation of the UMR CARRTEL research unit

Presentation of the UMR CARRTEL research unit

The TCC collection is located at Thonon-les-Bains, and is maintained by the UMR CARRTEL.
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The main objectives of the TCC

The main objectives of the TCC are to maintain cultures and uncultured samples of freshwater microalgae and to ensure their availability for :
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Barcoding of the TCC

Barcoding of the TCC

The TCC DNA sequences are available at the Diat.barcode database
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Other collections of microalgae in France

French microalgal collections with websites include :
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Edito

  • The TCC  is part of the BRC4Env, Biological Resource Centres for the Environment. It aims at storing and providing environmental resources (biological material and associated data), in a secure way and an optimal traceability. BRC4Env is one of the pilar of the French national infrastructure "Agricultural Resources for Research" (AgroBRC-RARe). Presentation of BRC4Env is published:
    • Mougin, C., Artige, E., Marchand, F., Mondy, S., Ratié, C., Sellier, N., Castagnone, P., Coeur D'Acier, A., Esmenjaud, D., Faivre-Primot, C., Granjon, L., Hamelet, V., Lange, F., Pages, S., Rimet, F., Ris, N., Salle, G. (2018). BRC4Env, a network of Biological Resource Centres for research in environmental and agricultural sciences. Environmental Science and Pollution Research. DOI : 10.1007/s11356-018-1973-7       https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007%2Fs11356-018-1973-7
  • The cultures of the TCC collection have been sequenced, data are available at Diat.barcode
  • Sequence data are also available on the website of the R-syst network. R-syst is a national network of a dozen of research teams of INRA institute, working on molecular and morphological characterisation of organisms.
  • The TCC is registred into the WDCM: WDCM 1030 
  • The TCC is registred at the Global Registry of Biorepositories http://grbio.org/institution/thonon-culture-collection-umr-carrtel-inra
  • Citation of the collection:
    • Rimet, Frédéric; Chardon, Cécile; Lainé, Leslie; Bouchez, Agnès; Domaizon, Isabelle; Guillard, Jean; Jacquet, Stéphan, 2018, "Thonon Culture Collection -TCC- a freshwater microalgae collection", https://doi.org/10.15454/UQEMVW, Portail Data Inra, V1