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A G2B team publication selected as the « Editor’s Choice » by the Editor-in-Chief of JDS

The article, "Opportunities for genomic selection of cheese-making traits in Montbéliarde cows" published in the June issue of the Journal of Dairy...
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Discovering indicators of heritable resilience in laying hens

Within the context of a changing climate and the diversification of breeding methods, animals will be more exposed to disturbances of their...
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@INRAE - Sandrine Floriot (Impact de la troncation de la protéine C-Nap1 Bovin vs Murin)

C-Nap1, from the cow to the mouse, a centriolar protein gradually reveals its secrets

A study of the Caprine-like Generalized Hypoplasia Syndrome (SHGC) in the Montbeliard breed identified a mutation leading to the truncation of the...
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INRAE F. Mollandin

An interview with Fanny Mollandin, a PhD student at GABI

Fanny presents her PhD subject aimed at improving sustainability and health conditions in animal production through studies on the functionnal...
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@INRAE D. Boichard

Publication of dairy catlle indexes estimated with the "Single Step" method

Single Step is a genomic evaluation method that simultaneously uses all animals, whether genotyped or not, in only one step. It is a major evolution...
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@INRAE

"Organoids and Agricultural research" Seminar

June 23 and 24, 2022 Maisons-Alfort Veterinary School

This seminar (in French) will present the work currently underway that uses the organoid model for agricultural research (host-pathogen/microbiota...

https://seminaire.inrae.fr/organoides/

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INRAE @Sophie Pollet

A new molecular genotyping test for selection of sports poneys breeders

Scientists from the "Integrative Biology and Equine Genetics Teams" (BIGE) at GABI have developed a 3-SNP genotyping test that explains in part, the...
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What contribution can genetic selection make for the adaptation of agriculture to climate change?

Adapting and protecting agriculture faced with the challenges of climate change is a group reflection carried out by the Ministry of Agriculture and...
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INRAE 2022 open competition: GABI is recruiting Junior Research Scientist in statistical learning and artificial intelligence

PhD (or equivalent) degree in Biostatistics / Applied Mathematics / Artificial Intelligence, with excellent training in statistical learning and data...
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Light microscope observation of G. mellonella larvae infected with B. cereus associated with Cry1C toxin 16 hours after force-feeding. Cross–sections (16 µm) (cresyl violet staining and ethanol and xylene dehydration) with focus on the intestine (midgut). The bacteria appear colored as dark or brighter violet. Different magnifications are shown: (a) 4×; (b)10×; (c) 20×, and (d) 40×. (lum: intestinal lumen; bac: bacteria; gEpi: Gut Epithelium; pm: Peritrophic matrix

Laser microdissection allows fine in situ analysis of the interaction between extracellular bacteria and the host

Laser capture microdissection to study Bacillus cereus iron homeostasis gene expression during Galleria mellonella in vivo gut colonization.
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