Preprints, submitted articles, and technical reports

  1. Delosière, M., Bernard, L., Hurtaud, C., Guilleton, M., Viala, D., Rau, A., Bonnet, M. and Cebo, C. (2023) Protein signatures of spontaneous lipolysis and lipoprotein lipase activity in milk. Journal of ProteomicsSubmitted.

  2. Duran Garzon, C., Chemin, C., Rau, A., Decaux, B., Sellier-Richard, H., Drouaud, J., Soubigou-Taconnat, L., Brunaud, V., Martin, M.-L., Palaffre, C., Rayon, C., Lourgant, K., Guénin, S. Gutierrez, L., Charcosset, A., Coursol, S., and Giauffret, C. (2023) Integration of genetic and transcriptomic data reveals a cluster of three MYC2- and jasmonic acid-dependent genes associated with chilling tolerance. Plant, Cell and EnvironmentSubmitted.

  3. Mollandin, F., Gilbert, H., Croiseau, P., and Rau, A. (2022) Capitalizing on complex annotations in Bayesian genomic prediction for a backcross population of growing pigs. 12th World Congress on Genetics Applied to Livestock Production (3-8 July 2022), Rotterdam, Netherlands.

  4. Mazo, G., Karlis, D., and Rau, A. (2021) A randomized pairwise likelihood method for complex statistical inferences. Submitted. 🔄 💻

  5. Bruford, M., Leroy, G., Orozco-terWengel, P., Rau, A., and Simianer H. (2015) Section B: Molecular tools for exploring genetic diversity. The Second Report on the State of the World’s Animal Genetic Resources for Food and Agriculture, FAO Commission on Genetic Resources for Food and Agriculture. 📄

  6. Nuel, G., Rau, A., and Jaffrézic, F. (2013) Joint likelihood calculation for intervention and observational data from a Gaussian Bayesian network. arXiv, 1305.0709. 🔗

  7. Rau, A., Celeux, G., Martin-Magniette, M.-L., and Maugis-Rabusseau, C. (2011) Clustering high-throughput sequencing data with Poisson mixture models. Inria Research Report, 7786.

  8. Rau, A., Jaffrézic, F., Foulley, J.-L., and Doerge, R. W. (2010) Approximate Bayesian approaches for reverse engineering biological networks. Proceedings of the Kansas State University Conference on Applied Statistics in Agriculture, Manhattan, Kansas. 🔗

  9. Rau, A. (2008) Success of Volunteer Statistical Consulting Service Leads to Expanded Network. The Statistical Consultant, 25(1).

  10. Rau, A. (2008) STATCOM Network Engages Growing Number of Student Volunteers. Newsletter for the Section on Statistical Education, 13(1).

  11. Rau, A. (2008) Success of Statistical Service Leads to Expanded Network. Amstat News, April 2008.