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Dernière mise à jour : Mai 2018

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INRA GABI Unit

GABI : Génétique Animale et Biologie IntégrativeUnité Mixte de Recherche INRA - AgroParisTech

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Our publications

Recent publications

Blanc M, Alfonso S, Begout ML, Barrachina C, Hyotylainen T, Keiter SH, Cousin X. 2021. An environmentally relevant mixture of polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs) and polybrominated diphenylethers (PBDEs) disrupts mitochondrial function, lipid metabolism and neurotransmission in the brain of exposed zebrafish and their unexposed F2 offspring. Sci Total Environ. 754, 142097 GenAqua

Cormier B, Gambardella C, Tato T, Perdriat Q, Costa E, Veclin C, Le Bihanic F, Grassl B, Dubocq, Karrman A, Van Arkel K,  Lemoine S, Lagarde F, Morin B, Garaventa F, Faimali M, Cousin X, Begout ML, Beiras R, Cachot J. 2021. Chemicals sorbed to environmental microplastics are toxic to early life stages of aquatic organisms. Ecotoxicol Environ Saf. 208, 111665 GenAqua

De Oliveira J, Chadili E, Turies C, Brion F, Cousin X, Hinfray N. 2021. A comparison of behavioral and reproductive parameters between wild-type, transgenic and mutant zebrafish: Could they all be considered the same "zebrafish" for reglementary assays on endocrine disruption? Comp Biochem Physiol C Toxicol Pharmacol. 239, 108879 GenAqua

Griot R, Allal F, Phocas F, Brard-Fudulea S, Morvezen R, Bestin A, Haffray P, François Y, Morin T, Poncet C, Vergnet A, Cariou S, Brunier J, Bruant JS, Peyrou B, Gagnaire PA, Vandeputte M. 2021. Genome-wide association studies for resistance to viral nervous necrosis in three populations of European sea bass (Dicentrarchus labrax) using a novel 57k SNP array DlabChip. Aquaculture. 530, 735930 GenAqua

Publications 2021

Ben Abdelkrim A, Puillet L, Gomes P, Martin O. 2021. Lactation curve model with explicit representation of perturbations as a phenotyping tool for dairy livestock precision farming. Animal. 15, 100074

Ben Abdelkrim A, Tribout T, Martin O, Boichard D, Ducrocq V, Friggens NC. 2021. Exploring simultaneous perturbation profiles in milk yield and body weight reveals a diversity of animal responses and new opportunities to identify resilience proxies. J Dairy Sci. 104, 459-470

Bérodier M, Berg P, Meuwissen T, Boichard D, Brochard M,  Ducrocq V. 2021. Improved dairy cattle mating plans at herd level using genomic information. Animal. 15, 10016

Boufroura FZ, Tomkiewicz‑Raulet C, Poindessous V, Castille J, Vilotte JL,  Bastin J, Mouillet‑Richard S, Djouadi F. 2021. Cellular prion protein dysfunction in a prototypical inherited metabolic myopathy. Cell Mol Life Sci. ahead of print.

Destoumieux-Garzón D, Bonnet P, Teplitsky C, Criscuolo F, Henry PY, Mazurais D, Prunet P, Salvat G, Usseglio-Polatera P, Verrier E, Friggens N. 2021. OneARK: Strengthening the links between animal production science and animal ecology. Animal, 15: 100053

DeVogel N, Auer PL,  Manansala R, Rau A, Wang T. 2021. A unified linear mixed model for familial relatedness and population structure in genetic association studies. Genet Epidemiol. in press

Lallias D, Bernard M, Ciobotaru C, Dechamp N, Labbé L, Goardon L, Le Calvez JM, Bideau M,Fricot A, Prézelin A, Charles M, Moroldo M, Cousin X, Bouchez O, Roulet A, Quillet E,  Dupont-Nivet M. 2021. Sources of variation of DNA methylation in rainbow trout: combined effects of temperature and genetic background. Epigenetics. in press.

Martin P, Ducrocq V, Gordo DGM, Friggens NC. 2021. A new method to estimate residual feed intake in dairy cattle using time series data. Animal, in press, 100101

Martin P, Vinet A, Denis C, Grohs C, Chanteloup L, Dozias D, Maupetit D, Sapa J, Renand G, Blanc F. 2021. Determination of immunoglobulin concentrations and genetic parameters for colostrum and calf serum in Charolais animals. J Dairy Sci. 104, in press

Ramírez‑Ayala LC, Rocha D, Ramos‑Onsins SE, Leno‑Colorado J, Charles M, Bouchez O, Rodríguez‑Valera5 Y, Pérez‑Enciso, M, Ramayo‑Caldas Y. 2021. Whole‑genome sequencing reveals insights into the adaptation of French Charolais cattle to Cuban tropical conditions. Genet Sel Evol. 53, 3

Rau A, Manansala R, Flister MJ, Rui H, Jaffrézzic F, Laloë D, Auer PL. 2021. Individualized multi-omic pathway deviation scores using multiple factor analysis. Biostatistics. in press.

Ricard A, Duluard A. 2021. Genomic analysis of gaits and racing performance of the French trotter. J Anim Breed Genet. early access