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The panorama of 2015 research highlights

Generalized caprine-like hypoplasia

Identification of the mutation responsible for generalized caprine-like hypoplasia in the Montbeliard breed

The mutation responsible for the generalized caprine-like hypoplasia in the Montbeliard breed was identified and characterized on the functional...
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Launching of the FR-AgENCODE project

Launching of the FR-AgENCODE project

The aim of the FR-AgENCODE project is to improve the functional annotation of the genomes of farm animals by producing and analyzing high-throughput...
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The first publications from the GENENDURANCE project

The first publications from the GENENDURANCE project

The collect of phentoyping and genotyping data within the GenEndurance project has been completed with the analysis of over 1000 Arab breed horses...
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Genomic selection in beef cattle and regional dairy cattle

Genomic selection in beef cattle and regional dairy cattle

Genomic selection has been used in the three main dairy breeds since 2009 and then in the Brown breed since 2014. In 2015 it was developed for...
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Bovine genome structure variations

Bovine genome structure variations

The variations between different genomes of the same species include anything from simple nucleotide polymorphisms (SNP and Indels) to larger...
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Launching of the AQUAEXCEL2020 Project

AQUAEXCEL2020 is a research infrastructure project financed by the Euopean Horizon 2020 program, coordinated by INRA and launched on October 1 2015...
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Nutriregulation of microRNA in the mammary gland of ruminants

Nutriregulation of microRNA in the mammary gland of ruminants

microRNA are small RNA that are implicated in many biological processes. Establishing a catalogue of them in the mammary gland was a prerequisite for...
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Response parameters for broiler chickens to infection by Eimeria maxima (coccidiosis)

Response parameters for broiler chickens to infection by Eimeria maxima (coccidiosis) and identification of the associated genomic regions

During the doctoral studies of Edin Hamzin (supported by the European Graduate School in Animal Breeding and Genetics (EGS-ABG), a large scale study...
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Inra - Recolad

RECOLAD seminar on the adaptation of farm animals to climate change

A seminar on the genetic adaptation of animals to climate change was held in Paris in 2015 (11 and 12 February) with the participation of 75...
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Development of the WIDDE database dedicated to the exploration of genetic diversity structure: a first application in the bovine species.

The generic WIDDE database, accessible via internet (web-interfaced next generation Database for genetic Diversity Exploration) is dedicated to the...
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