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A few examples of our scientific results

@ Tristan Kistler

Polyandry or monoandry ?

What are the consequences on genetic evolution of an Apis melifera bee population undergoing selection?
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INRAE

Tick microbiota and its role in carrying and transmitting pathogens

Ticks are among the main vectors of pathogens affecting both humans and animals, and thus, pose a serious threat to public and veterinary health. In...
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INRAE

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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@INRAE Tatiana Rochat

The molecular bases of the adaption of a flavobacteria in fish

Amongst all sectors contributing to human foods, aquaculture is the one that has the most rapid growth. It is, however, confronted with the challenge...
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@INRAE-Nicolas Bertrand (Coloration de lame avant l'observation au microscope dans l'UMR (ANSES-INRA-ENVA) de biologie moléculaire et immunologie parasitaire à l'ENVA de Maisons-Alfort.)

A condensate-hardening drug blocks RSV replication in vivo in Nature on 07 July 2021

In this article we show the action of an antiviral compound targetting the respiratory syncytial virus, a pneumovirus responsible for brochiolitis...
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@INRAE B. Mandon-Pépin (Localisation of lncRNA 4930463O16Rik by in situ Hybridization (red) on testicule sections from 2-month old mice. Immunofluorescence labelling with anti-DDX4 antibodies (green) to visualize the cytoplasm of germ cells and DAPI coloration (blue) to visualize nuclear chomosomes. White squares: spermatocytes before the first meiosis division. White circles: sperm obtained after 2 meiosis divisions.)

Structural and functional characterization of long non-coding RNA implicated in the production and motility of sperm

Inactivation of the gene Topaz1 causes sterility in male mice due to the blockage of spermatogenesis leading to a dysregulation of numerous long...
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Study of the adaptation of cattle to climate change

Within the current context of climate change one of the challenges of the breeding sector is adaptation of animals to heat. Cattle are particularly...
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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.

Evaluation of compromises between food efficiency, growth and immune activity in laying hen experimental lines

All organisms are inherently constrained by the resources available to them and must therefore allocate these resources among competing functions....
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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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One Health, only one health for the Earth, animals and man

Check out the research studies by the Genetics of the microbiota and health Team of GABI in the INRAE press release "One Health - only one health for...
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