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SAPS 5th Master2 seminar 2019-2020

Thursday June 4, 2020 - INRA Ile-de-France Jouy en Josas

Bâtiment Jacques Poly (N°440)	© Bertrand NICOLAS
A glimpse at the subjects presented by the students:
  • Long-term effects of in vitro embryo culture on fetal methylome (UMR BREED)
  • Study of the influence of periconceptional E2 Prostaglandin on bovine embyo development (UMR BREED)
  • Role of the DMRT1 gene in gonad differentiation and fertility in the rabbit (UMR BREED)
  • Estrogens and fertility in males: cell spermatogenesis and the epigenome (UMR BREED)
  • Role of MYH3 in cranio-facial development (UMR GABI)
  • Effects of maternal exposition to particles and nanoparticles on the foetalplacental unit (UMR BREED)
  • Effects of concentrated feed fractionation during the first winter on growth, osteoarticular status and carbohydrate metabolism of the foal (UMR BREED)
  • Effects of age, partiy and lactation at insemination on the maternal metabolism, biometry and biochemical parameters of the foal and placenta and the histological structure of the placenta. (UMR BREED)
  • Impact of maternal obesity on trophoblastic differentiation associated with mitochondrial function in the human placenta (UMR BREED)
  • Impact of obesity on endometrial receptivity in women (UMR BREED)
  • Clinical and genetic analysis of a unique model for sexual development disorder in progeny of a Rouge-des-Près bull (UMR GABI)
  • Use of cryoconserved bull semen and management of genetic variability (UMR GABI)
  • Evlauation of the impact of abiotic stress factors (heat and a sub-optimal diet) on the intestinal microbiota of two chicken breeds with divergent food efficiency, using RNAr 16S high-throughput sequencing technology (UMR GABI)
  • Validation of genetic markers associated with spontaneous masculinization in the rainbow trout (UMR GABI)
  • Immunomodulating effect of primo-colonizing bacteria in a young mouse's lungs upon infection with the respiratory syncytial virus (UMR VIM)
  • Immunomodulation of pulmonary transplants by mesenchymatous stem cells: a mechanistic and therapeutic study in the pig model (UMR VIM)
  • Study of antiviral defenses in the olfactive mucous membrane of the mouse (UMR VIM)
  • Automatic recuperation of functionnal information associated with omics data (UMR GABI)
  • Identification of reperfusion markers after uterine transplant in the ewe (UMR BREED)
  • Characterization of neurological morbi-mortality markers in the premature ewe (UMR BREED)
  • Evaluation of transplacental passage of tyrosine kinase inhibitors using an ex vivo placental perfusion technique (UMR BREED)

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