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Menu Logo Principal University of Paris-Saclay UVSQ Ecole Nationale Vétérinaire d'Alfort SAPS Institut Carnot France Futur Elevage Biologie de la Reproduction, Environnement, Epigénétique et Développement

Biology of Reproduction, Environment, Epigenetics and Development

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Unit Biology of Reproduction, Environment, Epigenetics and Development

The BREED unit's research focuses on the development of the mammalian embryo from the formation of the egg cell to birth and development to adulthood. Projects range from fundamental studies on the functioning of the genome during embryo and fetal growth to applied research on the effects of the environment at large on development in the agronomic, veterinary and biomedical fields. The scientific objective is to understand and control the mechanisms of epigenetic programming during prenatal life, leading to the birth of a healthy, fertile and robust individual, able to adapt to changes in his environment.

The BREED unit is attached to the PHASE and ALIMH departments.

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The BREED unit is a founding member of Sciences Animales Paris Saclay

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