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PhD dissertation of Anaïs Cazals

Anaïs Cazals will defend her PhD dissertation on Thursday December 9th at 14.00

Her PhD dissertation is entitled, "Study of the impact of host genetics and gut microbiota composition on Salmonella Enteritidis carriage in mice and...
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@INRAE

From the cow to poplar tree, from bees to wheat, how does genomic selection work?

For 10 years, in dairy cattle, "classical" selection has been put aside for genomic selection. This evolution has allowed more rapid progress and a...
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@GIS Avenir Elevage

The Gis Avenir Elevage is organizing a seminar on the new genetic tools

Tuesday November 16, 2021, from 9h30 to 16h30 Maison du Lait, Paris

The GIS Avenir Elevages and its partners invite you to their seminar "Crossed perspectives on targeted genome modifications applied to farm animals"....

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 @Groupe FROGS

FROGS : a frog attacking fungi

Microbial ecosystems (intestinal, food, soil microbiota, ....) are continuously being recognized for their major role in many fields: amongst them,...
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@ Tristan Kistler

Polyandry or monoandry ?

What are the consequences on genetic evolution of an Apis melifera bee population undergoing selection?
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@H2020 PRIMA SCALA-MEDI

The H2020 SCALA-MEDI Project Kick-off meeting was held on September 7th

The kick-off of the H2020 SCALA-MEDI project included 17 European partners for the launching of this project whose objective is the improvement of...
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H2020 GEroNIMO : designing tomorrow's breeding

H2020 GEroNIMO : designing tomorrow's breeding in monogastrics

Within the framework of the European Horizon 2020 program, teams from the Genetics Physiology and Farming Systems Unit (GenPhySE) of the...
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@PixaHive

A sea of microplastic troubles: long-term ingestion harms growth and reproduction in fish

INRAE, Ifremer and the Universities of Bordeaux (France) and Orebrö (Sweden) have been studying the toll taken by lifelong exposure to toxic...
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@INRAE Marion Borey, Claire Rogel-Gaillard (légende: Summary of taxonomic annotation and quantitative analysis of the 23 OTUs that were differentially abundant in the D28 fecal microbiota of pigs that demonstrated extreme IAV-specific IgG responses at D63. OTUs are ordered according to their phylogeny. Taxonomic classification is indicated at the genus level except for two OTUs annotated at the levels of family (f) and order (o). The cluster identifier for each OTU is indicated in parentheses after the taxonomic annotation. The Log2 fold change (Log2 FC) between high (red) and low (blue) responders is represented by horizontal histograms together with the mean relative abundance, in percentage (%), per group. The respective occurrence of each OTU in high (red) and low (blue) responder groups is indicated on the right hand of the figure and indicates the percentage of individuals per group that contained that OTU.)

Relation between intestinal microbiota composition and influenza A virus vaccination response in pigs

A study led by the Genetics, Microbiota, Health team of GABI shows that in pigs, a relation exists between the intestinal microbiota composition and...
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Microgenomics 2021

The 3rd edition of the symposium is postponed to 2022

September 29 October 1, 2021 University of Florence in Italy

Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, the organizing committee decided to postpone the symposium to the fall of 2022. Four webinars will be organized in...

https://microgenomics.symposium.inrae.fr/ microgenomics@inra.fr

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