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Mapping of domestic animal genomes

Mapping of domestic animal genomes made in France

Genome mapping of an economically important species means establishing the role of the different elements of the genome. This functional mapping will...
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A song: A GABI

A song that tells the story about the unit!

Amongst GABI's scientists, there is a song-writer-singer who imagined a song that tells the story about the unit and our activities.
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A new research highlight:

A new research highlight: "Genetic determinism for cheese-making ability of milk."

Prediction equations for cheese-making abilities using Middle-Infrared spectra of milk were developed and applied to several million spectra in the...
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@CRB-Anim

3rd International Seminar of CRB-Anim infrastructure

Nov 26, 2019, 9:am to 5:30 pm Maisons des Océans, Paris 5e

The 2019 edition will focus on "Domestic Animals, Biobanks and Biodiversity". Join us on November 26 to share this conference on animal resources...

https://www.crb-anim.fr/crb-anim_eng/Events/Events-CRB-Anim/3rd-International-Seminar-of-CRB-Anim-infrastructure

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@ Galactinnov

An International Research Network between France and Quebec involving several GABI teams is underway.

The objectives of the project are to promote exchanges between scientists and favor the mobility of researchers and students working on important...
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Retired veterinarians from the Lyon Veterinary School visit GABI

Retired veterinarians from the Lyon Veterinary School visit GABI : the GeMS team presents their work on the intestinal micriota in farm animals.

On Friday September 20th, the INRA Jouy-en-Josas research center hosted a groupe of retired veterinarians from the Lyon Veterinary School. Two...
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Deep Learning and Genomics Workshop

Deep Learning and Genomics Workshop: the speakers' presentations are now available

This subject is particularly important to the scientific community; nearly two hundred participants from different fields were reunited (MDs,...
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Prairiales 2019

The experimental farm, the "Pin" (61310 le Pin-au-Haras) hosts the "Prairiales" seminar on Thursday June 13..

A seminar involving both scientists and breeders/professionals in animal breeding. Many INRA scientists (Animal Genetics, Livestock Production and...
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Pigment Cell & Melanoma Research Publication

What is chocolat plumage in the domestic chicken ?

Chicken plumage presents many genetically determined color variations. Chocolate plumage is characterized by a brown-chocolate color that replaces...
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Allele-specific expression in cattle

A study of allele-specific expression in catle published in Scientific Reports

Scientists sequenced genomes and complete transcriptomes in these animals and they identified 5 658 Single Nucleotide Polymorphisms (SNP) showing a...
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