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Research highlights for 2020: an illustration of our main research results

Research Highlights
The research highlights presented here illustrate the significant results achieved by the GABI unit each year and published in international scientific peer review journals.
@PixaHive

A sea of microplastic troubles: long-term ingestion harms growth and reproduction in fish

INRAE, Ifremer and the Universities of Bordeaux (France) and Orebrö (Sweden) have been studying the toll taken by lifelong exposure to toxic...
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@INRAE Marion Borey, Claire Rogel-Gaillard (légende: Summary of taxonomic annotation and quantitative analysis of the 23 OTUs that were differentially abundant in the D28 fecal microbiota of pigs that demonstrated extreme IAV-specific IgG responses at D63. OTUs are ordered according to their phylogeny. Taxonomic classification is indicated at the genus level except for two OTUs annotated at the levels of family (f) and order (o). The cluster identifier for each OTU is indicated in parentheses after the taxonomic annotation. The Log2 fold change (Log2 FC) between high (red) and low (blue) responders is represented by horizontal histograms together with the mean relative abundance, in percentage (%), per group. The respective occurrence of each OTU in high (red) and low (blue) responder groups is indicated on the right hand of the figure and indicates the percentage of individuals per group that contained that OTU.)

Relation between intestinal microbiota composition and influenza A virus vaccination response in pigs

A study led by the Genetics, Microbiota, Health team of GABI shows that in pigs, a relation exists between the intestinal microbiota composition and...
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Studying the adaptation of bovine to climate change

Studying the adaptation of bovine to climate change

In the current context of climate change, one of the challenges in breeding is the adaptation of animals to heat. Cattle are particularly sensitive...
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@INRAE C. Maître - Graphe T. Zerjal Légende : Representation of resource allocation trade-offs that distribute limited resources, here represented with the orange sphere, among various competing functions, represented by the blue spheres.

Assessment of trade-offs between feed efficiency, growth-related traits, and immune activity in experimental lines of layer chickens

All organisms are inherently constrained by the resources that are available to them, and must therefore allocate these limited resources among...
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@Galactinnov

Galactinnov : creation of an international research network for high quality and sustainable dairy production

The GALACTINNOV International Research Network (Réseau de recherche à l’international or 2RI) agreement was signed on Friday 7 May, during an...
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@ INRAE Eric Barrey

The metabolic secrets of horse-athlete endurance

The intestinal microbiota and energy centers of the blood cells of horses communicate to ensure an unfailing endurance! A dialogue based on fatty...
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Resilience of the intestinal microbiota in stressed equine athletes

Elite horse athletes that live in individual boxes undergo long-term physical and mental stress that compromises the welfare of these animals...
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@ INRAE D. Boichard

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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