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New issue of Inra's Productions animales

New issue of Inra's Productions animales

The latest issue of Productions Animales treats the genomic aspects of livestock, genetic programs for agro-ecological farming systems, genetic...
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New knowledge on animal awareness

New knowledge on animal awareness

Do animals have emotions? Do they have a life history? Following a request made by the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA), the INRA organised a...
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Predictive Biology for health

Predictive Biology for health : Socio-economic and scientific challenges in man, animals and plants

This seminar involves both the Life Sciences Department of UPSaclay and the "Maison des Sciences de l'Homme" Paris-Saclay, Wednesday May 31, 2017...
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Middle school students

Middle school students from Bourg la Reine visit the INRA Jouy-en-Josas research center

Thursday May 11, a class from the Institut Nôtre Dame Middle School of Bourg la Reine took a field trip to the INRA Ile-de-France-Jouy-en-Josas...
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Elucidation of the role of protein SLC25a46

Elucidation of the role of protein SLC25a46 in the appearance of neuropathies and the turning calve syndrome

By using genetic approaches, genome editing and functional genomics, the G2B and MoDiT teams identified and validated the role of a gene coding for...
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Coucou de Rennes, a French breed with the characteristic Sex-linked barring phenotype.

New study reveals how some chickens got striped feathers

Birds show an amazing diversity in plumage colour and patterning. But what are the genetic mechanisms creating such patterns? In a new study...
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CRB-Anim organises its second international seminar

CRB-Anim organises its second international seminar

CRB-Anim organises its second international seminar in Paris, May 11-12, at ASIEM amphitheater, 6 Rue Albert de Lapparent, 75007 Paris
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Photo March for Science

MARCH FOR SCIENCE

The MARCH FOR SCIENCE is organized in over 400 different cities in the world and on Saturday April 22 in 16 French cities.
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The INRA, SIA 2017

Microbes and animals : "Farm microbiota"

From February 25 to March 5 2017, GABI participated in the 54th International Agriculture Fair on the INRA stand where the institute's research on...
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Training session PiGutNet

A training session on pig gut metagenomics

As part of the COST PiGutNet, GABI unit organized a training session on pig gut metagenomics.
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