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The collaborative project “Flegme” starts in the CIRM-BIA.

The collaborative project “Flegme” starts in the CIRM-BIA.

The interregional project "FLEGME", supported by the Brittany and Pays de la Loire regions, dedicated to the study of vegetables fermentation,...
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A new on line catalog to access to the CIRM-BIA bacteria of food interest!

A new on line catalog to access to the CIRM-BIA bacteria of food interest!

The CIRM-BIA as the CIRM-Levures adopts in turns a new database (Biolomics) to manage strains data and to allow a facilitated access to its bacterial...
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CIRM-Levures obtained IRCCs issued for French genetic resources.

CIRM-Levures has just obtained one of the first IRCCs issued for French genetic resources.

CIRM-Levures has just obtained one of the first IRCCs issued by the Access and Benefit-sharing Clearing House for French genetic resources. It...
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Post-doc offer at CIRM-CFBP

Post-doc offer at CIRM-CFBP

CIRM-CFBP is looking for a postdoctoral researcher in microbial genomics
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CIRM-BIA, ISO 9001:2015 certified

CIRM-BIA has successfully upgrade its quality management system to the new version of the standard ISO 9001:2015.
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Anne-Sophie Bage

A new member in the CIRM-BIA staff (Rennes)!

The 1st of February 2017, the CIRM-BIA team welcomed Anne-Sophie Bage, research assistant at the National Institute for Agricultural Research (INRA).
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CIRM-Levures moves to INRA research center of Jouy-en-Josas

CIRM-Levures has left Thiverval-Grignon in order to settle down at INRA Research Center of Jouy-en-Josas and thus join the Micalis laboratory.
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CIRM-CF and CIRM-Levures participated in an international study led by the CBS

collection to develop universal primers in order to extend fungal and yeast barcoding beyond ribosomal RNA genes.
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Geotrichum candidum

Analysis of the genome of the yeast Geotrichum candidum reveals a new evolutionary mechanism to generate biodiversity

CIRM-Levures, in collaboration with the Centre for Genomic Regulation (Barcelona, Spain), the University of Ghent (Belgium), Genoscope (Evry, France)...
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Analysis of the distribution and production of fatty acids in yeasts.

Analysis of the distribution and production of fatty acids in yeasts.

A collaboration between CIRM-Levures and the team of Marine Froissard (INRA, Versailles) has shown that the distribution of fatty acids varied...
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