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Announcement for Microgenomics 2020 postponed to 2021

The 3rd edition of the symposium is postponed to September 29 - October 1, 2021 at the University of Florence in Italy

September 29 October 1, 2021 University of Florence in Italy

For this 3rd edition, there are new topics. There will be sessions on sampling methods, biomarkers, exosomes and extracellular vesicles, single cell...

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Analysis of the genetic determinism of the mineral concentration of cow's milk

The composition in minerals of cow's milk plays an important role in its nutritional value and its cheese-making abilities. By combining...
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@INRAE Bertrand Nicolas

The creation of INRAE's first Assoicated Partnership Laboratory: dedicated to innovation with Excilone

Due to the major challenges facing our societies, expectations of research are growing. To respond through real innovation to the industry's and...
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@ X. Cousin

An environmentally relevant mixture PCBs and PBDEs disrupts mitochondrial function, lipid metabolism and neurotransmission in the brain of exposed zebrafish and their unexposed F2 offspring

Polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs) and polybrominated diphenyl ethers (PBDE) are persistant organic pollutants present in aquatic environments despite...
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Recruitment of Engineers and Technicians for 2021: GABI is recruiting!

Two positions are open within GABI in 2021: a technician in molecular genetics and an assistant for phenotypic genetic analysis in aquaculture.
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INRAE research during the COVID-19 pandemic

In this press release, discover the studies led by INRAE on COVID-19, studies ranging from virology to sociology, epidemiology, ecology and...
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Chèvre provençale. M. Capitan

Mystery of four-horned goats and sheep finally solved

In meadows, we can sometimes see sheep and goats with four horns instead of two. Some breeds, like the Manx Loaghtan from the Isle of Man, are famous...
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Global Health Seminar

Global Health Seminar and arising risks. Impact of climate and anthropic changes

The objective of this seminar is to treat the health challenges associated with arising risks generated by climate and anthropic changes by...
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Red Junglefowl, Hume and Marshall, Game Birds of India, Burmah and Ceylon (1879–1881) Public

A phylogenomic approach rebuild the evolUne approche phylogénomique permet de reconstruire l’histoire évolutive du genre Gallus (et d’identifier des hybrides)

The evolutive history of the Gallus genus, including the chicken, has been explored in many studies that have led to incompatible phylogenetic trees....
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@ CC. Productions Animales M. Tixier-Boichard, F. Hérault, P. Bardou, C. Klopp

The project « A thousand Gallus genomes» : sharing sequene data for their improved use.

Whole genome sequencing has changed many fields in genetics: selection, biodiversity, understanding the genotype-phenotype relationship. The idea of...
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