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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.
@INRAE

From the cow to poplar tree, from bees to wheat, how does genomic selection work?

For 10 years, in dairy cattle, "classical" selection has been put aside for genomic selection. This evolution has allowed more rapid progress and a...
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 @Groupe FROGS

FROGS : a frog attacking fungi

Microbial ecosystems (intestinal, food, soil microbiota, ....) are continuously being recognized for their major role in many fields: amongst them,...
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@ Tristan Kistler

Polyandry or monoandry ?

What are the consequences on genetic evolution of an Apis melifera bee population undergoing selection?
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Light microscope observation of G. mellonella larvae infected with B. cereus associated with Cry1C toxin 16 hours after force-feeding. Cross–sections (16 µm) (cresyl violet staining and ethanol and xylene dehydration) with focus on the intestine (midgut). The bacteria appear colored as dark or brighter violet. Different magnifications are shown: (a) 4×; (b)10×; (c) 20×, and (d) 40×. (lum: intestinal lumen; bac: bacteria; gEpi: Gut Epithelium; pm: Peritrophic matrix

Laser microdissection allows fine in situ analysis of the interaction between extracellular bacteria and the host

Laser capture microdissection to study Bacillus cereus iron homeostasis gene expression during Galleria mellonella in vivo gut colonization.
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@INRAE D. Boichard

Publication of dairy catlle indexes estimated with the "Single Step" method

Single Step is a genomic evaluation method that simultaneously uses all animals, whether genotyped or not, in only one step. It is a major evolution...
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@Gaillard-Martinie Brigitte

Production of the bovine rumen microbiota gene catalogue: a surprising diversity despite a high specialization in plant degradation

A catalogue of procaryote genes present in the bovine rumen has been compiled. It will help decipher the potential roles of the microbiota as a...
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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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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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From the FAANG initiative.... to the fork

From the FAANG initiative.... to the fork

In a publication in the journal Genome Biology, scientists from several international teams involved with Elisabetta Giuffra of GABI (coordinator of...
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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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