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      We also thank the Pasteur Institute of Lille and University of Tours animal facilities for excellent mouse husbanding. We thank the NIH tetramer core facility (Emory University) for providing CD1d and MR1 tetramers. The MR1:5-OP-RU tetramer technology was developed jointly by J. McCluskey, J. Rossjohn, and D. Fairlie, and the material was produced by the NIH Tetramer Core Facility as permitted to be distributed by the University of Melbourne. [1]
      We apologize to colleagues whose works could not be cited due to space constraints. [1]
      We apologize to colleagues whose works could not be cited due to space constraints. CP is supported by the INSERM and FT by the CNRS. [1]
      We apologize to colleagues whose works could not be cited due to space constraints. FT is supported by the CNRS and CP by the INSERM. The figure was created using the vector image bank of Servier Medical Art (http://smart.servier.com/). Servier Medical Art by Servier is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported License (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/). [1]
      We appreciate valuable discussions with Drs. Kassem Makki and Sandra Weller, and advice and support from Drs. Jean-Claude Sirard and Jean Dubuisson, and from Sia Praline and Nor Snø. We thank Dr. Corinne Grangette for providing reagents needed for mouse preadipocyte and adipocyte culture and differentiation, Dr. Odile Poulain-Godefroy for the kind gift of human primary Preadipocytes, and Marie-Josée Ghoris for technical help. Jérôme Lecardonnel (INRA, UMR GABI, Jouy-en-Josas, France) and Marie-Hélène Gevaert (Laboratoire d’Histologie, Faculté de Médecine, Lille, France) are acknowledged for their expert technical assistance in, respectively, microarray hybridization (adipose cells) and WAT histology. We also thank Denis Ressnikoff and Elisabeth Erazzuriz (Centre Imagerie Quantitative Lyon Est (CIQLE), Université Lyon 1, Lyon, France) for their technical assistance in confocal and transmission electron microscopy. We thank Antonino Bongiovanni and Sophie Salomé-Desnoulez as well as Drs. Elizabeth Werkmeister, Nicolas Barois and Hélène Bauderlique of the BioImaging Center Lille (BICeL, Lille, France) for access to systems and expert advises on microscopy and flow cytometry. Dr. Cécile Lecoeur and Peggy Bouquet (Transcriptomics and Applied Genomics Group, Lille) are thanked for, respectively, advice on transcriptomic analyses, and technical assistance in microarray hybridization (adipose tissues). Institut Pasteur’s animal facility staff is also thanked for its assistance. [3]
      We are grateful for the support of the DigestScience Foundation, whose aim is to encourage the research dedicated to digestive diseases and nutrition. We would also like to thank Mr. Basile Laqueteaux for his help. [1]
      We are grateful to Florence B. Gilbert INRAE ISP for assistance in protein purification. We thank Ana-Paula Teixeira-Gomes (INRAE, Pôle d’Analyse et d’Imagerie des Biomolécules (PAIB), Nouzilly, France) for the MS analyses. [1]
      We are grateful to Hadidjatou Kalamou for technical support. We acknowledge the European Synchrotron Radiation Facility for provision of synchrotron radiation facilities. [1]
      We are grateful to Michael Breen for the English language editing. [1]
      We are grateful to Sophana Ung for his assistance in the illustrations. We also thank Susan Daniel and the Whittaker lab for helpful discussions. [1]
      We are grateful to Yves Rouillé and Czeslaw Wychowski for their scientific advice. We are grateful to Sophana Ung for his assistance with the illustrations. We also thank M. Law, J. McKeating, S. Foung, A. Goffard, and T. Wakita for providing us with reagents. The fluorescence microscopy data were generated with the help of the Bio-Imaging Center Lille Nord-de-France (BICeL). [1]
      We dedicate this article to the memory of Eduardo Dei-Cas. We wish to thank the Ifremer scientific campaigns (PELGAS, PELMED, EVOHE, and IBTS), Dr. Slapeta for kindly providing us with the DNA from C. molnari-like genotype, and the Fish-Parasites Network. [1]
      We gratefully acknowledge Andrew Gorringe and Breeze Cavell from the Public Health England for their advices and for providing us the human IgG- and IgM-depleted serum. We are also grateful to Luis Solans and Nathalie Mielcarek for their scientific suggestions. [1]
      We gratefully acknowledge Eik Hoffmann, Helene Bauderlique, Nathalie Deboosere, Isabelle Ricard, Rosangela Frita, Grant Kiely, Alexandre Vandeputte, Gaspard Deloison, Quentin Pascal and Laurent Marsollier for technical assistance and image analysis. We acknowledge the PICT-IBiSA, Frank Lafont and Antonino Bongiovanni from BiCEL for providing access to microscopy equipment. We thank Michel Terray (Malvern Instruments) for helpful discussions. [1]
      We gratefully acknowledge F. Leroux, H. Bauderlique, O. R. Song, I. Ricard, and A. Vandeputte for technical assistance and helpful discussions. We also acknowledge R. Prath, N. Vandenabeele, and D. Legrand for technical assistance in BSL3 and animal facilities. We are grateful to Roquette for kindly providing us with a sample of β-cyclodextrin. We acknowledge the PICT-IBiSA and F. Lafont from BiCEL for providing access to microscopy equipment. [1]
      We thank all the chief scientists, ship captains, crew, and submersible teams of the oceanographic BICOSE 1 and 2 cruises for their efficiency. We thank B. Shillito (BOREA) for the use of the pressure equipment. [1]
      We thank Anne Françoise Batto, Véronique Descamps and Sophana Ung for their technical assistance. We thank the BioImaging Center Lille Facility for access to equipment. nk the BioImaging Center Lille Facility for access to equipment. [1]
      We thank B. Hoflack, C. M. Rice and T. Wakita for providing us with reagents. We are grateful to Sophana Ung for his assistance in the illustrations. Some data were generated with the help of the Imaging Core Facility of the campus Calmette (BICeL). The authors have no conflict of interest to declare. [1]
      We thank C. Rice and T. Wakita for providing essential reagents. We thank S. Ung for help in assembling figures and Y. Rouillé for his diligent proofreading. The immunofluorescence analyses were performed with the help of the imaging core facility of the BioImaging Center Lille Nord‐de‐France. [1]
      We thank Cécile Lecoeur for generation of some of the graphs of this article and Maï Zahran for reading the revised version of the manuscript. [2]