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Biologie du Développement & Reproduction

CV de Pascale CHAVATTE-PALMER


PASCALE CHAVATTE-PALMER

INRA
UMR 1198 Biologie du Développement et Reproduction
Domaine de Vilvert
78350 Jouy en Josas cedex

Tél : +33 1 34 65 25 58

Mobile : +33 6 70 20 99 88

Courriel : pascale.chavatte@jouy.inra.fr

CURSUS PROFESSIONNEL

YEARS

LOCATION

ACTIVITY

January 2019

UMR INRA-ENVA n°1198, Biologie du
Développement et Reproduction, Jouy en Josas
http://www.jouy.inra.fr/bdr

Deputy director of the unit

Since June 2014

Team direction : "Placenta Environment and Programmation of Phenotypes"

January 2010

Research director

January 2009

Team direction : " Developmental, Environmental and et Epigenetic Origins of Phenotype in Human and Animals"

February 2007

Team direction : "Integrative Physiology of Gestation"

July 2006

Senior reseacher (CR1)

December 1997

Institut National Agronomique Paris-Grignon (for teaching) and

UMR INRA-ENVA n°1198, Biologie du  Développement et Reproduction, Jouy en Josas (for research)

Assistant  professor in domestic animal reproduction

January 1996

Institute of the horse, Paris, France

R&D on gestation and neonatal care in equidae

EDUCATION

YEARS

LOCATION

ACTIVITY AND/OR DEGREE

2008

Paris 5 University, France

Habilitation

2003

National Veterinary School of Alfort, France

Certificate for designing experimentation and performing experimental surgery in animals

1997

INSERM U478, Medical Faculty Xavier Bichat, Paris, France

Post-doctoral study on steroid receptors in equine placenta and maternal mammary glands

1992-1995

Cambridge University, Addenbrooke's
Hospital, Dept of Pediatrics, Cambridge, UK

PhD : "Biosynthesis and function of corticoids and progestagens in equine pregnancy"

1990-1992

Veterinary Medicine Teaching Hospital,
Gainesville, USA

Residency in Theriogenology (animal reproduction)

1989-1990

Rossdale and Partners, Newmarket, UK

Internship in equine reproduction and neonatalogy

1985-1989

National Veterinary School of Alfort, France

DVM (rank : 7th/145)

1984-1985

Marcellin Berthelot preparatory school, St. Maur, France

Preparation for the national competitive exam to enter veterinary school

LANGUAGES

English: fluent

German: Sprach Diplom with honors, 1989

RESPONSABILITES IN RESEARCH

Research team leader (4 to 12 permanent researchers / 6 to 20 permanent staff altogether depending on years)

Membership and responsibilities in scientific societies

  • International Embryo Technology Society (http://www.iets.org/)
    Elected Vice-president in January 2018, president from January 2019 –Board of Governors (2009-2014)
  • European Placental group (http://www.eupg.org.uk )
    Elected Chairperson in August 2017, elected member of the management committee in September 2014
  • French Society for the Study of Fertility (SFEF)
    Elected member of the management Board since 2010

European COST Action networks

Other responsibilities

  • 2012-2015 : Scientific editor for PloS One
  • 2007-2010 : National University Council (CNU), member for section 66 (physiology)
  • 2005-2009 : Chair of the local Animal Care and Use Committee

Reseach grants  (since 2013, internal INRA grants excluded)

YEARS

Funding agency and project name

Principal investigator

Total project funding

2018-2021

French Institute of the Horse -  EPAJ and FRAGMALIN projects

Pascale Chavatte-Palmer

200 k€

2018-2021

National Research Agency -FEDEXPO project

Roger Léandri

300 k€

2018-2021

National Research Agency -EarlyNanoPathoLung project

Sophie Lanone

600 k€

2018

IBISA certification for research platforms – microechograph

Pascale Chavatte-Palmer

80 k€

2017-2019

National Agency for Environmental Safety - ENORPREG project

Anne Couturier-Tarrade

200 k€

2016-2018

Laboratory of Excellence – REST project

Pascale Chavatte-Palmer and Féthi Bedioui

100 k€

2015-2017

National Agency for Environmental Safety - BRAINAIRPOLL project

Henri Schroeder

200 k€

2014-2015

PremUp Foundation - IUGR project

Olivier Baud

85 k€

2013-2017

National Research Agency – EPPAP project

Pascale Chavatte-Palmer

275 k€

2013-2016

European Research Council –e-DOHAD project

Rémy Slama

1 M€

2010-2017

French Institute of the Horse -FOETALIM, REPROSIRE and ARGIFOAL

Pascale Chavatte-Palmer

50 à 80 k€/year

Congress organisation in the last 5 years

  • Co-chair with Pascal Mermillod of the organization committee of the International Congress on Animal Reproduction in Tours, 2016 (www.icar2016.org) (1200 attendees)
  • Local Chair of International Embryo Transfer Society meeting (www.iets.org) in Versailles, 2015 (630 attendees)
  • Member of the organizing committee of the IFPA-EPG meeting in Paris, 2014 (300 attendees)

Memberships

  • International DOHAD society, French Endorine Society, French Association for Research in Toxicology (ARET)

Distinctions

  • 2018: Trophee of the "Cercle K2" for disease prevention
  • 2017: IETS Distinguished Service Award
  • 2015-2017 Honorary professor of Queensland university school of Animal sciences (Australia)
  • 1990 Dr. Mery price for DVM dissertation

STUDENTS

PhD (direction or co-direction) : N=10  -   Master students (direction ou co-direction) : N=15

List of publications

Original articles

2019

Bernal-Meléndez, E., Lacroix, M-C., Bouillaud, P., Callebert, J., Olivier,, B., Persuy, M-A., Durieux, D., Rousseau-Ralliard, D., Aioun, J., Cassee, F., Couturier-Tarrade, A., Valentino, S., Chavatte-Palmer, P., Schroeder, H., Baly, C. (2019) Repeated gestational exposure to diesel engine exhaust affects the fetal olfactory system and alters olfactory-based behavior in rabbit offspring. Particle and Fiber Toxicol. 16:5  https://doi.org/10.1186/s12989-018-0288-7

2018
  1. P1.          Rousseau-Ralliard D., Couturier-Tarrade A., Thieme R., Brat R., Rolland A., Boileau P., Aubrière M.-C., Daniel N., Dahirel M., Derisoud E., Fournier N., Schindler M., Duranthon V., Fischer B., Santos A. N., and Chavatte-Palmer P. (2018). A short periconceptional exposure to maternal type-1 diabetes is sufficient to disrupt the feto-placental phenotype in a rabbit model. Molecular and Cellular Endocrinology. doi:10.1016/j.mce.2018.10.010
  2. P2.          Bourdon, M., Torres-Rovira, L., Monniaux, D., Faure, C., Lévy, R., Tarrade, A., Ralliard-Rousseau, D., Chavatte-Palmer, P., and Jolivet, G. (2018) Impact of a gestational exposure to diesel exhaust on offspring gonadal development: experimental study in the rabbit. Journal of Developmental Origins of Health and Disease, 9 (5) 519-529 doi.org/10.1017%2FS2040174418000351   
  3. P3.          Robles M., C. Dubois, C. Gautier, M. Dahirel, I. Guenon, H. Bouraima-Lelong, C. Viguie, L. Wimel, A. Couturier-Tarrade and P. Chavatte-Palmer 2018. Maternal parity affects placental development, growth and metabolism of foals until 1 year and a half. Theriogenology 108, 321-330. doi:10.1016/j.theriogenology.2017.12.019
  4. P4.          Robles M., E. Nouveau, C. Gautier, L. Mendoza, C. Dubois, M. Dahirel, B. Lagofun, M.C. Aubriere, J.P. Lejeune, I. Caudron, I. Guenon, C. Viguie, L. Wimel, H. Bouraima-Lelong, D. Serteyn, A. Couturier-Tarrade and P. Chavatte-Palmer 2018. Maternal obesity increases insulin resistance, low-grade inflammation and osteochondrosis lesions in foals and yearlings until 18 months of age. Plos One 13, e0190309. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0190309
  5. P5.          Robles M., P. Peugnet, C. Dubois, F. Piumi, L. Jouneau, O. Bouchez, M.C. Aubriere, M. Dahirel, J. Aioun, L. Wimel, A. Couturier-Tarrade and P. Chavatte-Palmer 2018. Placental function and structure at term is altered in broodmares fed with cereals from mid-gestation. Placenta 64, 44-52. doi:10.1016/j.placenta.2018.02.003
  6. P6.          Robles M., P.M. Peugnet, S.A. Valentino, C. Dubois, M. Dahirel, M.C. Aubriere, F. Reigner, D. Serteyn, L. Wimel, A. Tarrade and P. Chavatte-Palmer 2018. Placental structure and function in different breeds in horses. Theriogenology 108, 136-145. doi:10.1016/j.theriogenology.2017.11.007
  7. P7.          Robles M., P.M. Peugnet, S.A. Valentino, C. Dubois, M. Dahirel, M.C. Aubriere, F. Reigner, D. Serteyn, L. Wimel, A. Couturier-Tarrade and P. Chavatte-Palmer 2018. Placental alterations in structure and function in intra-uterine growth-retarded horses. Equine Vet J 50, 405-414. doi:10.1111/evj.12761
  8. P8.          Valenzuela O.A., A. Couturier-Tarrade, Y.H. Choi, M.C. Aubriere, J. Ritthaler, P. Chavatte-Palmer and K. Hinrichs 2018. Impact of equine assisted reproductive technologies (standard embryo transfer or intracytoplasmic sperm injection (ICSI) with in vitro culture and embryo transfer) on placenta and foal morphometry and placental gene expression. Reprod Fertil Dev 30, 371-379. doi:10.1071/RD16536
2017
  1. P9.          Mitanchez, D., Jacqueminet, S., Nizard, J., Tanguy, M-L., Ciangura, C., Lacorte, J-M., De Carne, C., Foix L'Helias, L., Chavatte-Palmer, P., Charles, M-A., Dommergues, M. (2017) Effect of maternal obesity on birthweight and neonatal fat mass: a prospective clinical trial. PloS One, 12, e0181307. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0181307
  2. P10.        Peugnet, P., Wimel, L., Duchamp, G., Sandersen, C., Camous, S., Guillaume, D., Dahirel, M., Dubois, C., Reigner, F., Berthelot, V., Chaffaux, S., Tarrade, A., Serteyn, D., Chavatte Palmer, P. (2017). Enhanced or reduced fetal growth induced by embryo transfer into smaller or larger breeds alters post-natal growth and metabolism in weaned horses. Journal of Equine Veterinary Science, 48, 143-153. DOI : 10.1016/j.jevs.2016.03.016
  3. P11.        Robles, M., Gautier, C., Mendoza, L., Peugnet, P., Dubois, C., Dahirel, M., Lejeune, J.-P., Caudron, I., Guenon, I., Camous, S., Tarrade, A., Wimel, L., Serteyn, D., Bouraima Lelong, H., Chavatte Palmer, P. (2017). Maternal nutrition during pregnancy affects testicular and bone development, glucose metabolism and response to overnutrition in weaned horses up to two years. Plos One, 12 (1), 1-21. DOI : 10.1371/journal.pone.0169295
2016
  1. P12.        Peugnet, P., Mendoza, L., Wimel, L., Duchamp, G., Dubois, C., Reigner, F., Caudron, I., Deliège, B., Toquet, M-P., Richard, E., Chaffaux, S., Tarrade, A., Lejeune, J-P., Serteyn, D., Chavatte-Palmer, P. 2016. Longitudinal study of growth and osteoarticular status in foals born to between-breed embryo transfers. JEVS, 37: 24-38.
  2. P13.        Valentino, S., Tarrade, A., Aioun, J., Mourier, E., Richard, C., Dahirel, M., Rousseau-Ralliard, D., Fournier, N., Aubrière, M-C., Camous, S., Guinot, M., Lallemand, M-S., Charlier, M., Aujean, E., Al Adhami, H., Fokkens, P., Agier, L., Boere, J., Casse, F.R., Slama, R., Chavatte-Palmer, P. Maternal exposure to diluted engine exhaust alters placental function and induces intergenerational effetcs in rabbits. Particle and Fiber Toxicol. 13 :39. doi.org/10.1186%2Fs12989-016-0151-7
2015
  1. P14.        Osmanski, B.F., Lecarpentier, E., Montaldo, G., Tsatsaris, V., Chavatte-Palmer, P., Tanter, M. 2015 Maternal and fetal blood flow discrimination in vivo within the placenta using ultrafast Doppler. Sci. Reports. 5:13394. DOI : 10.1038/srep13394 (IF: 5,078)
  2. P15.        Peralta, L., Mourier, E., Richard, C., Charpigny, G., Larcher, T., Aït-Belkacem, D., Kumar Balla, N., Brasselet, S., Tanter, M., Muller, M., Chavatte-Palmer, P. In vivo evaluation of cervical stiffness evolution during induced ripening using shear wave elastography, histology and 2 photon excitation microscopy: Insight from an animal model. Plos One, 10(8) e0133377. (IF: 3.534)
  3. P16.        Faure, C., Dupont, C., Chavatte-Palmer, P., Gautier, B., Levy, R. 2015. Are semen parameters related to birth weight? Fertil. Steril., 103 (1): 6-10. (IF: 4.295)
  4. P17.        Hue-Beauvais, C., Koch, E., Chavatte-Palmer, P., Galio, L., Chat, S., Letheule, M., Rousseau-Ralliard, D., Jaffrezic, F., Laloe, D., Aujean, E., Revillion, F., Lhotellier, V., Gertler, A., Devinoy, E., Charlier, M. 2015. Milk from dams fed an obesogenic died combined with a high-fat/high-sugar diet induces long-term abnormal mammary gland development in the rabbit. J. Anim. Sci., 93:1641-1655. (IF: 1.92)
  5. P18.        Peugnet, P., Robles, M., Mendoza, L., Wimel, L., Dubois, C., Dahirel, M., Guillaume, D., Camous, S., Berthelot, V., Toquet, M-P., Richard, E., Sandersen, C., Chaffaux, S., Lejeune, J-P., Tarrade, A., Serteyn, D., Chavatte-Palmer, P. 2015.  Effects of moderate amounts of barley in late pregnancy on growth, glucose metabolism and osteoarticular status of preweaning horses. Plos One, 10 (4): e0122596 (20 pages). (IF: 3.534)
  6. P19.        Richard, C., Hue, I., Gelin, V., Neveux, E., Campion, E., Degrelle, S. A., Heyman, Y., Chavatte-Palmer, P. 2015. Transcervical collection of bovine up to Day 21: An 8-year overview. Theriogenology, 83: 1101-1109. (IF: 1.845)
2014
  1. P20.        Abdennebi-Najar, L., Mostyn, A., Attig, L., Larcher, T., Dou, S., Chavatte-Palmer, P., Gertler, A., Djiane, J., Symonds, M. UCP 1 is present in porcine adipose tissue and is responsive to postnatal leptin. J. Endocrinol. (IF: 4.058)
  2. P21.        Dupont, C., Rallard-Rousseau, D., Tarrade, A., Faure, C., Dahirel, M., Sion, B., Brugnon, F., Levy, R., Chavatte-Palmer, P., 2014. Impact of maternal hyperlipidic hypercholesterolemic diet on male reproductive organs and testosterone concentration in rabbits. J. Dev Orig Hlth Dis, 5 (3): 183-188. (IF: 1.556)  
  3. P22.        Faure, C., Leveille, P., Dupont, C., Julia, C., Chavatte-Palmer, P., Group, A., Sutton, A., Levy, R., Sermondade, N., Cedrin, I., Wolf, J-P., Klein, J-P., Aknin, I., Charnaux, N., Czernichow, S., Hercberg, S., 2014. Are Superoxide Dismutase 2 (SOD2) and Nitric Oxide Synthase (eNOS) polymorphisms associated with idiopathic infertility? Antioxid Redox Sign., 21(4): 565-569. (IF : 7. 548)  
  4. P23.        Leveillé, P., Tarrade, A., Dupont, C., Larcher, T., Dahirel, M., Poumerol, E., Cordier, A-G., Picone, O., Mandon-Pepin, B., Jolivet, G., Lévy, R., Chavatte-Palmer, P., 2014., Maternal high-fat diet induces follicular atresia but does not affect fertility in adult rabbit offspring. J. Dev Orig Hlth Dis, 5 (2): 88-97. (IF: 1.556) 
  5. P24.        Peugnet, P., Wimel, L., Duchamp, G., Sandersen, C., Camous, S., Guillaume, D., Dahirel, M., Dubois, C., Jouneau, L., Reigner, F., Berthelot, V., Chaffaux, S., Tarrade, A., Serteyn, D., Chavatte-Palmer, P., 2014. Enhanced or reduced fetal growth induced by embryo transfer into smaller or larger breeds alters post-natal growth and metabolism in pre-weaning horses. Plos One, 9 (7) e102044 (13 pages). (IF: 4.537)
  6. P25.        Serteyn, D., Mendoza, L., Sandersen, C., Caudron, I., Piquemal, D., Chavatte-Palmer, P., Lejeune, J-P., 2014. High plasma concentrations of sclerostin, an inhibitor of the wnt signaling pathway, in young horses affected by osteochondrosis. Open J. Orthopedics, 4: 335-342.
  7. P26.        Tarrade, A., Lecarpentier, E., Gil, S., Morel, O., Zahr, N., Dahirel, M., Tsatsaris, V., Chavatte-Palmer, P., 2014. Analysis of placental vascularization in a pharmacological rabbit model of IUGR induced by L-NAME, a nitric oxide synthase inhibitor. Placenta, 35 (4) : 254-259. (IF: 3.117)
2013
  1. P27.        Cordier, A-G., Léveillé, P., Dupont, C., Tarrade, A., Picone, O., Larcher, T., Dahirel, M., Poumerol, E., Mandon-Pepin, B., Lévy, R., Chavatte-Palmer, P., 2013. Dietary lipid and cholesterol induce ovarian dysfunction and abnormal LH response to stimulation in rabbits. PLOS One, 8: e63101. (IF: 3,730)
  2. P28.        Dupont, C, Faure, C., Sermondale, N., Boubaya, M., Eustache, F., Clement, P., Briot, P., Berthaut, I., Levy, V., Cedrin-Durnerin, I., Benzacken, B., Chavatte-Palmer, P., Levy, R, 2013. Obesity leads to higher risk of sperm DNA damage in infertile patients. Asian J Androl., 15(5):622-625. (IF: 2.140)
  3. P29.        Favaron, P.O., Mess, A.M., de Oliveira, M.F., Gabory, A., Miglino, M.A., Chavatte-Palmer, P., Tarrade, A., 2013. Morphometric analysis of the placenta in the New World mouse Necromys lasiurus (Rodentia, Cricetidae): a comparison of placental development in cricetids and murids. Reprod Biol Endocr, 2013, 11 (1) 10: (Available online 21 février 2013) (IF: 2.144)
  4. P30.        Sermondade N, Dupont C, Faure C, Boubaya M, Cedrin-Durnerin I, Chavatte-Palmer P, Sifer C, Levy R. Body mass index is not associated with sperm-zona pellucida binding ability in subfertile males. Asian J Androl 2013. 15(5):626-629 (IF: 2.140)
  5. P31.        Tarrade A, Rousseau-Ralliard D, Aubrière MC, Peynot  N, Dahirel M, Bertrand-Michel J, Aguirre-Lavin T, Morel O, Beaujean N, Duranthon V, Chavatte-Palmer P. Sexual dimorphism of the feto-placental phenotype in response to a high fat and control maternal diets in a rabbit model. Plos One 2013:8(12) e83458. (IF: 3,730)
  6. P32.        Torres-Rovira, L., Tarrade, A., Astiz, S., Mourier, E., Perez-Solana, ML., de la Cruz, P., Gomez-Fidalgo, E., Sanchez-Sanchez, R., Chavatte-Palmer, P., Gonzalez-Bulnes, A., 2013. Protective effects of the thrifty genotype and the female sex on the prenatal development of swine with leptin resistance. Plos One, 8(7) e66728 (IF: 3,730)
  7. P33.        Van der Heyden, L., Lejeune, JP., Caudron, I., Detilleux, J., Sandersen, C., Chavatte-Palmer, P., Paris, J., Deliège, B., Serteyn, D., 2013. Association of breeding conditions with prevalence of osteochondrosis in foals. Vet Rec., 172 (3): 68. (IF: 1, 803)
2012
  1. P34.        Debus, N., Chavatte-Palmer, P., Viudes, G., Camous, S., Rosefort, A., Hassoun, P., 2012. Maternal periconceptional undernutrition in Merinos d'Arles sheep: 1. Effects on pregnancy and reproduction results of mothers and offspring growth performances. Theriogenology, 77 (7): 1453-1465. (IF: 1.963)
  2. P35.        Khrouf, M., Morel, O., Hafiz, A., Chavatte-Palmer, P., Fernandez, H., 2012. Evaluation of the tabbit as an experimental model for human uterine synechia. J Hum Reprod Sci., 5 (2): 175-180.
  3. P36.        Laporte-Broux, B., Roussel, S., Ponter, AA., Giger-Reverdin, S., Camous, S., Chavatte-Palmer, P., Duvaux-Ponter, C., 2012. Long-term consequences of feed restriction during late pregnancy in goats on feeding behavior and emotional reactivity of female offspring. Physiol Behav: 106: 178-184. .(IF: 2.896)
  4. P37.        Lecarpentier, E., Morel, O., Tarrade, A., Dahirel, M., Bonneau, M., Gayat, E., Evain-Brion, D., Chavatte-Palmer, P., Tsatsaris, V., 2012. Quantification of utero-placental vascularisation in a rabbit model of IUGR with three-dimensional power Doppler angiography. Placenta, 33 (10): 769-775. .(IF: 3.693)
2011
  1. P38.        Constant, F., Camous, S., Chavatte-Palmer, P., Heyman, Y., de Sousa, N., Richard, C., Beckers, J. F., Guillomot, M., 2011. Altered secretion of pregnancy-associated glycoproteins during gestation in bovine somatic clones. Theriogenology, 76: 1006–1021.(IF : 1.963) )
  2. P39.        Hue-Beauvais, C., Chavatte-Palmer, P., Aujean, E., Dahirel, M., Laigre, P., Pechoux, C., Bouet, S., Devinoy, E., Charlier, M., 2011. An obesogenic diet started before puberty leads to abnormal mammary gland development during pregnancy in the rabbit. Dev Dynam., 240 (2): 347-356.  (IF: 2.536)
  3. P40.        Laporte-Broux, B., Roussel, S., Ponter, AA., Perault, J., Chavatte-Palmer, P., Duvaux-Ponter, 2011. Short term effects of maternal feed restriction during pregnancy on goat kid morphology, metabolism and behavior. J Anim Sci, 7: 2154-2163. (IF : 2.096)
  4. P41.        Laporte-Broux, B., Duvaux-Ponter, C. Roussel, S., Promp, J., Chavatte-Palmer, P., Ponter, A. A., 2011. Restricted feeding of goats during the last third of gestation modifies both metabolic parameters and behaviour.  Livest Sci., 138: 74-88. (IF: 1.506)
  5. P42.        Morel, O., Tsatsaris, V., Chavatte-Palmer, P., 2011. Comprehension of power Doppler quantification and a missed opportunity for landmark research. Ultrasound Obst. Gynecol., 37: 373-375. (IF: 3.007)
  6. P43.        Morel, O., Tsatsaris, V., Chavatte-Palmer, P., 2011. First-trimester 3-dimensional power Doppler for the screening of preeclampsia: the analysis of a greater proportion of the uteroplacental unit might improve the accuracy of the method. Am J Obstet Gynecol, 204(2): p. e4-5; author reply e5. ( IF: 3.468)
  7. P44.        Picone, O., Laigre, P., Fortun-Lamothe, L., Archilla, C., Peynot, N., Ponter, AA., Berthelot, V., Cordier, A.G., Duranthon, V., Chavatte-Palmer, P., 2011. Hyperlipidic hypercholesterolemic diet in prepubertal rabbits affects gene expression in the embryo, restricts fetal growth and increases offspring susceptibility to obesity. Theriogenology, 75(2):  287-299. . (IF : 1.963)
2010
  1. P45.        Al-Gubory, K. H., Garrel, C., Delatouche, L., Heyman, Y. and Chavatte-Palmer, P., 2010. Antioxidant adaptive responses of extraembryonic tissues from cloned and non-cloned bovine conceptuses to oxidative stress during early pregnancy. Reproduction, 140 (1): 175-181.(IF: 3.049)
  2. P46.        Cassar-Malek, I., Picard, B., Jurie, C., Listrat, A., Guillomot, M., Chavatte-Palmer, P., Heyman, Y., 2010. Myogenesis Is Delayed in Bovine Fetal Clones. Cell Reprogram 12 (2): 191-201. (IF : 2,286)
  3. P47.        De Montera, B., El Zeihery, D., Muller, S. Jammes, H. Brem, G., Reichenbach, H. D. Scheipl, F., Chavatte-Palmer, P., Zakhartchenko, V., Schmitz, O. J. Wolf, E. Renard, J-P. and Hiendleder, S., 2010. Quantification of Leukocyte Genomic 5-Methylcytosine Levels Reveals Epigenetic Plasticity in Healthy Adult Cloned Cattle. Cell Reprogram 12 (2): 175-181. (IF : 2,286)
  4. P48.        Guillomot, M., Taghouti, G., Constant, F., Degrelle, S., Hue, I., Chavatte-Palmer, P., Jammes, H., 2010. Abnormal expression of the imprinted gene Phlda2 in cloned bovine placenta. Placenta, 31: 482-490. (IF : 2.985)
  5. P49.        Morel, O., Pachy, F., Chavatte-Palmer, P., Bonneau, M., Gavat, E., Laigre, P., Evain-Brion, D. and Tsatsaris, V., 2010. Correlation between the three-dimensional power Doppler quantified indices and the real blood flows within the utero-placental unit: evaluation in a pregnant sheep experimental model. Ultrasound Obst Gyn, 36: 635-640.(IF: 3.163)
2009
  1. P50.        Chavatte-Palmer, P., Heyman, Y., Richard, C., Urien, C., Renard, J-P. and Schwartz-Cornil, I. The immune status of bovine somatic clones. Cloning Stem Cells, 11: 309-318.(IF: 2.692)
  2. P51.        Jurie, C., Picard, B., Heyman, Y., Cassar-Malek, Chavatte-Palmer, P., Richard, C. and Hocquette, JF., 2009. Comparison of cloned and non-cloned Holstein heifers in muscle contractile and metabolic characteristics. Animal, 3:244-250. (IF: 1.461)
  3. P52.        Morel, O., Monceau, E., Tran, N., Malartic, C., Morel, F., Barranger, E., Cote, J.F., Gayat, E., Chavatte-Palmer, P., Cabrol, D. and Tsatsaris, V., 2009. Radiofrequency ablation of retained placenta accreta after conservative management: preliminary evaluation in the pregnant ewe and in normal human placenta in vitro BJOG-Int J Obstet Gy 116: 915-922. (IF: 3.437)
2008
  1. P53.        Boulanger, L., Kocer, A., Daniel, N., Pannetier, M., Chesne, P., Heyman, Y., Renault, L., Mandon-Pepin, B., Chavatte-Palmer, P., Vignon, X., Vilotte, JL., Cotinot, C., Renard, J-P., Pailhoux, E., 2008. Attempt to rescue sex-reversal by transgenic expression of the PISRT1 gene in XX PIS goats. Sex Dev., 2(3):142-151. (IF : 1)
  2. P54.        Chavatte-Palmer, P., Laigre, P., Simonoff, E., Chesne, P., Challah-Jacques, M. and Renard, J-P., 2008. In utero characterisation of fetal growth by ultrasound scanning in the rabbit. Theriogenology, 69: 859-869. (IF: 1.911)
  3. P55.        Everts, R.E., Chavatte-Palmer, P., Razzak, A., Hue, I., Green, C.A., Oliveira, R., Vignon, X., Rodriguez-Zas, S.L., Tian, X.C., Yang, X., Renard, J-P. and Lewin, H.A., 2008. Aberrant gene expression patterns in placentomes are associated with phenotypically normal and abnormal cattle cloned by somatic cell nuclear transfer. Physiol. Genomics, 33: 65-77. (IF: 3.436).
2007
  1. P56.        Chavatte-Palmer P, Guillomot M, Roïz J, Heyman Y, Laigre P, Servely JL, Constant F, Hue I, Ellis S. Placental expression of Major Histocompatibility Complex Class I in bovine somatic clones. Cloning and Stem Cells 2007;9: 346-356. (IF: 2.937).
  2. P57.        Heyman Y, Chavatte-Palmer P, Fromentin G, Berthelot V, Jurie C, Bas P, Dubarry M, Mialot J-P, Remy D, Richard C, Martignat L, Vignon X, Renard JP. Quality and safety of bovine clones and their products. Animal 2007;1: 963-972.
  3. P58.        Heyman Y, Chavatte-Palmer P, Berthelot V, Fromentin G, Hocquette JF, Martignat L, Renard JP. Assessing the quality of products from cloned cattle: an integrative approach. Theriogenology 2007;67: 134-141. (IF: 1,911)
2006
  1. P59.        Palmer P, Chavatte-Palmer P, Verdonck E. Field trial of Doppler ultrasonography of the preovulatory follicle in the mare. Animal Reproduction Science 2006;94: 182-185. (I.F. : 2.186)
  2. P60.        Constant F, Guillomot M, Heyman Y, Vignon X, Laigre P, Servely JL, Renard JP, Chavatte-Palmer P. Large Offspring or Large Placenta Syndrome? Morphometric Analysis of Late Gestation Bovine Placentomes from Somatic Nuclear Transfer Pregnancies Complicated by Hydrallantois. Biol Reprod 2006;75: 122-130. (IF: 3.498).
  3. P61.        Chavatte-Palmer P, De Sousa N, Laigre P, Camous S, Ponter AA, Beckers J-F, Heyman Y. Ultrasound fetal measurements and pregnancy associated glycoprotein secretion in early pregnancy in cattle recipients carrying somatic clones. Theriogenology 2006;66: 829-840. (I.F. : 1.898)
2005
  1. P62.        Yang L, Chavatte-Palmer P, Kubota C, O'Neill M, Hoagland T, Renard JP, Taneja M, Yang XZ, Tian XC. Expression of imprinted genes is aberrant in deceased newborn cloned calves and relatively normal in surviving adult clones. Molecular Reproduction and Development 2005;71: 431-438. (I.F. : 2.22)
2004
  1. P63.        Heyman Y, Richard C, Rodriguez-Martinez H, Lazzari G, Chavatte-Palmer P, Vignon X, Galli C. Zootechnical performance of cloned cattle and offspring: preliminary results. Cloning Stem Cells 2004;6: 111-120.
  2. P64.        Chavatte-Palmer P, Remy D, Cordonnier N, Richard C, Issenmann H, Laigre P, Heyman Y, Mialot JP. Health status of cloned cattle at different ages. Cloning and Stem Cells 2004;6: 92-98.
2003
  1. P65.        Guillaume D, Chavatte-Palmer P, Combarnous Y, Duchamp G, Martinat N, Nagy P, Daels PF. Induced lactation with a dopamine antagonist in mares: different responses between ovariectomized and intact mares. Reprod Domest Anim 2003;38: 394-400. (I.F. : 0.789)
  2. P66.        Allen WR, Carter AM, Chavatte-Palmer P, Dantzer V, Enders AC, Freyer C, Leiser R, Miglino MA. Comparative placentation--a workshop report. Placenta 2003;24 Suppl A: S100-103. (I.F. : 2.706)
2002
  1. P67.        Palmer E, Chavatte-Palmer P, Duchamp G, Lévy I. Lack of effect of clenbuterol for delaying parturition in late pregnant mares. Theriogenology 2002;58: 797-799. (I.F. : 2.387)
  2. P68.        Nagy P, Duchamp G, Chavatte-Palmer P, Daels P, Guillaume D. Induction of lactation in mares with a dopamine antagonist needs ovarian hormones. Theriogenology 2002;58: 589-592. (I.F. : 2.387)
  3. P69.        Heyman Y, Zhou Q, Lebourhis D, Chavatte-Palmer P, Renard JP, Vignon X. Novel approaches and hurdles to somatic cloning in cattle. Cloning and Stem Cells 2002;4: 47-55.
  4. P70.        Heyman Y, Chavatte-Palmer P, LeBourhis D, Camous S, Vignon X, Renard JP. Frequency and occurrence of late-gestation losses from cattle cloned embryos. Biol Reprod 2002;66: 6-13. (IF : 3.689)
  5. P71.        Daels PD, Duchamp G, Massoni S, Chavatte P. Induction of lactation in non-foaling mares and growth of foals raised by mares with inducted lactation. Theriogenology 2002;58: 859-861. (I.F. : 2.387)
  6. P72.        Clément F, Duvaux-Ponter C, Arnaud G, Piot M, Maubois JL, Grongnet JF, Brugère L, Tournier M, Detrimont L, Chavatte-Palmer P. Efficiency of IgG absorbtion in the foal. Theriogenology 2002;58: 805-808. (I.F. : 2.387)
  7. P73.        Chavatte-Palmer P, Heyman Y, Richard C, Monget P, LeBourhis D, Kann G, Chilliard Y, Vignon X, Renard JP. Clinical, hormonal, and hematologic characteristics of bovine calves derived from nuclei from somatic cells. Biology of Reproduction 2002;66: 1596-1603. (IF : 3.689)
  8. P74.        Chavatte-Palmer P, Arnaud G, Duvaux-Ponter C, Brosse L, Bougel S, Daels P, Guillaume D, Clement F, Palmer E. Quantitative and qualitative assessment of milk production after pharmaceutical induction of lactation in the mare. J Vet Intern Med 2002;16: 472-477. (I.F. : 1.583)
2001
  1. P75.        Beech DJ, Sibbons PD, Rossdale PD, Ousey JC, Holdstock NB, Chavatte P, Ansari T. Organogenesis of lung and kidney in Thoroughbreds and ponies. Equine Vet J 2001;33: 438-445. (I.F. : 1.816)
2000
  1. P76.        MacDonald AA, Chavatte P, Fowden AL. Scanning electron microscopy of the microcotyledonary placenta of the horse (Equus caballus) in the latter half of gestation. Placenta 2000;21: 565-574. (I.F. : 2.587)
  2. P77.        Chavatte-Palmer P, Duchamp G, Palmer E, Ousey JC, Rossdale PD, Lombès M. Progesterone, oestrogen and glucocorticoid receptors in the uterus and mammary gland of mid- to late gestation mares. J Reprod Fert Suppl 2000;56: 661-672 (I.F. : 1.97)
1999
  1. P78.        Renard JP, Chastant S, Chesné P, Richard C, Marchal J, Cordonnier N, Chavatte P, Vignon X. Lymphoid hypoplasia and somatic cloning. The Lancet 1999;353: 1489-1491. (IF : 10.197)
1997
  1. P79.        Chavatte P, Holtan D, Ousey JC, Rossdale PD. Biosynthesis and possible biological roles of progestagens during equine pregnancy and in the newborn foal. Equine Vet J Suppl 1997;24: 89-95. (I.F.: 1.58)
1995
  1. P80.        Chavatte P, Rossdale PD, Tait AD. Corticosteroid synthesis by the equine fetal adrenal. Biol Reprod Mono 1995;1: 13-20. (IF : 3,123)
  2. P81.        Chavatte P, Rossdale PD, Tait AD. Modulation of 3β-hydroxysteroid dehydrogenase (3β-HSD) activity in the equine placenta by pregnenolone and progesterone metabolites. Equine Vet J 1995;27: 342-347. (I.F. : 1.01)
1994
  1. P82.        Risco CA, Archbald LF, Elliot J, Tran T, Chavatte P. Effect of hormonal treatment on fertility in dairy cows with dystocia or retained fetal membranes at parturition. J Dairy Sci 1994;77: 2562-2569. (I.F. : 1.394)
1993
  1. P83.        Chavatte P, Archbald LF, Risco C, Tran T, Sumrall DP. Effectiveness of prostaglandin F2a in the initial treatment of bovine ovarian cysts. Theriogenology 1993; 40: 745-755. (IF : 1,967)
  2. P84.        Archbald LF, Sumrall DP, Tran T, Klapstein E, Risco C, Chavatte P. Comparison of pregnancy rate of repeat breeder dairy cows given gonadotrophin releasing hormone (GnRH) at or prior to the time of insemination. Theriogenology 1993;39: 1081-1091. (IF : 1,967)
  3. P85.        Archbald LF, Risco C, Chavatte P, Constant S, Tran T, Klapstein E, Elliot J. Estrus and pregnancy rate of dairy cows given one or two injections of prostaglandin F2a 8 or 24 hours apart. Theriogenology 1993;40: 873-884. (IF : 1,967)
1991
  1. P86.        Chavatte P, Brown G, Ousey JC, Silver M, Cottril C, Fowden AL, McGladdery AJ, Rossdale PD. Studies of bone marrow and leucocyte counts in peripheral blood in fetal and newborn foals. J Reprod Fert Suppl 1991;44: 603-608. (I.F. : 1.802)
  2. P87.        Rossdale PD, Ousey JC, Cottril CM, Chavatte PC, Allen WR, McGladdery AJ. Effects of placental pathology on maternal plasma progestagens and mammary secretion calcium concentrations and on neonatal adrenocortical function in the horse. J Reprod Fert Suppl 1991;44: 579-590. (I.F. : 1.802)

Scientific reviews

2019
  1. S1. Pitel, F. Calenge, F., Aigueperse, N., Estelle-Fabrellas, J., Coustham, V., Calandreau, L., Morisson, M., Chavatte-Palmer, P., Ginane, C. (2019) Rôle de l’environnement précoce dans la variabilité des phenotypes et l’adaptation des animaux d’élevage à leur milieu. INRA Productions Animales. Accepted.
2018
  1. S2. Chavatte-Palmer P., M.A. Velazquez, H. Jammes and V. Duranthon 2018. Epigenetics, developmental programming and nutrition in herbivores. Animal, doi: 10.1017/S1751731118001337
  2. S3. Mitanchez D. and P. Chavatte-Palmer 2018. Review shows that maternal obesity induces serious adverse neonatal effects and is associated with childhood obesity in their offspring. Acta Paediatr. doi:10.1111/apa.14269
  3. S4. Duranthon, V., and Chavatte-Palmer, P. (2018) Long term effects of ART: What do animals tell us? Mol Reprod Dev 85(4), 348-368. doi:10.1002/mrd.22970
2017
  1. S5. Chavatte Palmer, P., Peugnet, P., Robles, M. (2017). Developmental programming in equine species: relevance for the horse industry. Animal Frontiers, 7, 48-54. doi:10.2527/af.2017-0128
  2. S6. Robles, M., Chavatte-Palmer, P. Does maternal size, nutrition and metabolic status affect offspring production traits in domestic species? (2017) Animal Reproduction 14(3):528-537. doi:10.21451/1984-3143-AR996
  3. S7. Gonzalez-Bulnes, A. and Chavatte-Palmer, P. (2017) Contribution of Large Animals to Translational Research on Prenatal Programming of Obesity and Associated Diseases. Current Pharmaceutical Biotechnology 18, 1-1. DOI : 10.2174/1389201018666170811150920
  4. S8. Mourier, E., Tarrade, A., Duan, J., Richard, C., Bertholdt, C., Beaumont, M., Morel, O., Chavatte Palmer, P. (2017). Non-invasive evaluation of placental blood flow: lessons from animal models. Reproduction, 153 (3), R85-R96. DOI : 10.1530/REP-16-0428
2016
  1. S9. Chavatte-Palmer, P., Tarrade, A., Rousseau-Ralliard, D. Diet before and during pregnancy and offspring health: the importance of animal models and what can be learned from them. Int. J. Env. Res. Pub. Health. 13:586.
  2. S10. Mourier, E., Tarrade, A., Duan, J., Richard, C., Berthold, C., Beaumont, M., Morel, O., Chavatte-Palmer, P. 2016 Non-invasive evaluation of placental blood flow: lessons from animal models. Reproduction. Sous presse.
  3. S11. Peugnet, P., Robles, M., Wimel, L., Tarrade, A., Chavatte-Palmer, P. 2016. Management of the pregnant mare and long-term consequences on the offspring. Theriogenology. 86:99-109.
  4. S12. Chavatte-Palmer, P., Tarrade, A. 2016. Placentation in different mammalian species. 2016. Annales d’endocrinologie. 77:67-74.
  5. S13. Chavatte-Palmer, P., Tarrade, A., Kiefer, H., Duranthon, V., Jammes, H. 2015. Breeding animals for quality products: not only genetics. Reprod. Fert. Dev. 41:13-21 (IF: 2.577)
  6. S14. Chavatte-Palmer, P., Vialard, F., Tarrade, A., Dupont, C., Duranthon, V., Lévy, R. 2014 DOHaD et programmation pré- et périconceptionnelle. Medecine Science 32:57-65 (IF : 0.556)
  7. S15. Vambergue, A., Gabory, A., Chavatte-Palmer, P., Tarrade, A. 2014 Impact de l'obésité maternelle et du diabète sur la fonction placentaire. Medecine Science 32:66-73 (IF : 0.556)
  8. S16.       
2015
  1. S17. Chavatte-Palmer, P., Mermillod, P., 2015. Research on fertility, evolution, or revolution? Anim. Frontiers 5 (1): 4-6.
  2. S18. Hougaard, KS., Campagnolo, L., Chavatte-Palmer, P., Tarrade, A., Rousseau-Ralliard, D., Valentino, S., Park MV, de Jong WH, Wolterink G, Piersma AH, Ross BL, Hutchison GR, Hansen JS, Vogel U, Jackson P, Slama R, Pietroiusti A, Cassee FR., 2015. A perspective on the developmental toxicity of inhaled nanoparticles. Reprod. Toxicol. 56:118-40. (IF: 2.771)
  3. S19. Chavatte-Palmer, P., Richard, C., Peugnet, P., Robles, M., Rousseau-Ralliard, D., Tarrade, A., 2015. The developmental origins of health and disease: importance for animal reproduction. Anim. Reprod., 12:505-520
2014
  1. S20. Duan, J., Perdriolle-Galet, E., Chabot-Lecoanet, A.C., Callec, R., Beaumont, M., Chavatte-Palmer, P., Tsatsaris, V., Morel, O. Angiographie Doppler 3D placentaire : applications actuelles et à venir.
  2. S21. Chavatte-Palmer, P., Dupont, C., Debus, N., Camous, S., 2014. Nutritional programming and the reproductive function of the offspring. Anim. Prod. Sci., publié on line le 24 juillet 2014. (IF: 1.228)   
  3. S22. Fallet, C., Chavatte-Palmer, P., 2014. Effet de l’obésité sur la descendance- apport de la recherche animale. Archives de Pédiatrie, octobre 2014, 21: Hors-Série 5, p3-5.
2012
  1. S23. Chavatte-Palmer, P., Camous, S., Jammes, H., Le Cleac’h, N., Guillomot, M., Lee, R.S.F. 2012. Review: Placental perturbations induce the developmental abnormalites often observed in bovine somatic cell nucmear transfer. Placenta, 33, Suppl.A 26: S99-S104.(IF: 3.693)
  2. S24. Chavatte-Palmer, P., Tarrade, A., Lévy, R., 2012. Origines développementales de la santé et des maladies de l’adulte : rôle de l’environnement maternel Gyn. Obst. Fertil., 40: 517-519. (IF : 0.518)
  3. S25. Chavatte-Palmer, P., Lévy, R., Boileau, P., 2012. Une reproduction sans utérus? Etat des lieux de l’ectogenèse. Gyn. Obst. Fertil., 40: 695-697. .(IF : 0.518)
  4. S26. Dupont, C., Cordier, A.G., Junien, C., Mandon-Pepin, B., Levy, R., Chavatte-Palmer, P., 2012. Maternal environment and the reproductive function of the offspring. Theriogenology, 78 (7): 1405-1414. (IF: 1.963)
  5. S27. Fischer, B, Chavatte-Palmer, P., Viebahn, C, Navarrete Santos, A, Duranthon, V., 2012. Rabbit as a reproductive model for human health. Reproduction, 144 (1): 1-10. (IF: 3.09).
  6. S28. Lecarpentier, E., Morel, O., Fournier, T., Elefant, E., Chavatte-Palmer, P. and Tsatsaris, V., 2012. Statins and Pregnancy: Between supposed risks and theoretical benefits, Drugs, 72 (6): 773-788. .(IF: 4.226)
  7. S29. Morel, O., Laporte-Broux, B., Tarrade, A., Chavatte-Palmer, P., 2012. The use of ruminant models in biomedical perinatal research. Theriogenology, 78 (8): 1763-1773. (IF: 1.963).
2011
  1. S30. Chavatte-Palmer, P., Sau Fong Lee, R., Camous, S., Le Cleac’h, N., Jammes, H., Guillomot, M., 2011. The placenta of bovine clones. Acta Scientiae Veterinariae, 39, suppl1: s227-s242.
  2. S31. Jammes, H., Junien, C., Chavatte-Palmer, P., 2011. Epigenetic control of development and expression of quantitative traits. Reprod. Fer. Develop., 23: 64-74. (IF: 2.109)
2008
  1. S32. Chavatte-Palmer, P., Morel, O., Pachy, F., Tsatsaris, V., Bonneau, M., 2008. Modèles animaux de retard de croissance intra-utérin d’origine vasculaire. Bull. Acad.Vet. France, 161(5): 461-466.
  2. S33. Sandra, O., Mansouri, N., Bataillon, I., Rodde, N., Hue, I., Renard, J-P., Chavatte-Palmer, P., 2008. Modèles animaux et immunolgie de la gestation : la contribution des ruminants. Reproduction Humaine et Hormones, Vol XXI, N° 1: 79-84.
  3. S34. Vignon, X., Heyman, Y., Chavatte-Palmer, P., Renard, J-P., 2008. Biotechnologies de la reproduction : le clonage des animaux d’élevage. INRA Prod. Anim., 21 (1): 33-44. (IF : 0.27)
2007
  1. S35. Chavatte-Palmer P, Guillomot M. Comparative implantation and placentation. Gynecol Obstet Invest 2007;3: 166 - 174. (I.F.: 1.157)
2006
  1. S36. Chavatte-Palmer P, Heyman Y. Les bovins clonés : applications et risques. Le Point Vétérinaire 2006;N° spécial Reproduction des ruminants : gestation, néonatalogie et post-partum.: 46-49. (IF : 0.134)
  2. S37. Chavatte-Palmer P, Heyman Y. Les bovins clonés sont-ils normaux? Le Point Vétérinaire 2006;Numéro spécial Reproduction des Ruminants : gestation, néonatalogie et post-partum: 40-44. (IF : 0.134)
  3. S38. Chavatte-Palmer P. Diagnostic de gestation et suivi du foetus. Le Point Vétérinaire 2006;Numéro spécial Reproduction des Ruminants : gestation, néonatalogie et post-partum: 12-17. (IF : 0.134)
2005
  1. S39. Heyman Y, Chavatte-Palmer P, Vignon X, Richard C, Renard JP. Le clonage somatique : un état des lieux chez les bovins et les petits ruminants. INRA Productions Animales 2005;18: 339-354. .
  2. S40. Chavatte-Palmer P. Clonage chez les bovins : état des lieux. Point Vet 2005;36: 12-13. (IF : 0.134)
  3. S41. Renard JP, Chavatte-Palmer P. Le clonage de l’animal et son apport en recherche vétérinaire. CR Acad Vet Paris 2004;157: 5-16. .
2002
  1. S42. Renard JP, Zhou Q, LeBourhis D, Chavatte-Palmer P, Hue I, Heyman Y, Vignon X. Nuclear transfer technologies: between successes and doubts. Theriogenology 2002;57: 203-222. (I.F.: 2.387)
2001
  1. S43. Chavatte-Palmer P, Duvaux-Ponter C, Clement F. Passive transfer of immunity in horses. Pferdeheilkunde 2001;17: 669-672. (I.F.: 0.279)
2000
  1. S44. Renard JP, Chavatte-Palmer P, Vignon X. Le clonage chez les mammifères : données scientifiques. Ann Med Lorraine 2000;XXXIX: 157-163.
  2. S45. Chavatte-Palmer P, Heyman Y, Renard JP. Cloning and associated physiopathology of gestation. Gynecol Obstet Fertil 2000;28: 633-642.
1998
  1. S46. Chavatte P, Palmer E. Induction of ovulation in the mare. Equine vet Educ 1998;10: 26-30. (I.F.: 0.277)
  2. S47. Chavatte P. Le nouveau-né: un sujet à part. Le Point Vétérinaire 1998;29: 1-2.
1997
  1. S48. Rossdale PD, Ousey JC, Chavatte P. Readiness for birth: an endocrinological duet between fetal foal and mare. Equine Vet J 1997;24: 96-99. (I.F.: 1.58)
  2. S49. Chavatte P. Twinning in the mare. Equine vet Educ 1997;9: 286-292.
  3. S50. Chavatte P. Lactation in the mare. Equine vet Educ 1997;9: 62-67.
1995
  1. S51. Chavatte P, Collobert C. Induction de la parturition chez la jument. Prat Vet Equine 1995;27: 69-73.
1992
  1. S52. Chavatte P. Examen de la fonction génitale de l'étalon. Rec Méd Vét 1992;168: 395-410.
1991
  1. S53. Chavatte P, Rossdale PD. Red and white blood cell counts as an aid to the diagnosis of diseases of the newborn foal. Equine Vet Ed 1991;3: 28-32.
  2. S54. Chavatte P. Maternal behaviour in the horse, theory and practical applications to foal rejection and fostering. Equine Vet Ed 1991;3: 215-220.

Book chapters

2015
  1. Chap1. Chavatte-Palmer, P., Rousseau-Ralliard, D., Tarrade, A. 2016. Oxidative stress in mammals: pregnancy and placental function. In: Oxidative stress and women's health, Editeur Yves Menezo, Eska éditions, Paris. ISBN: 9782747223652. 300 p.
2014
  1. Chap2. Chavatte-Palmer,P., Lee, R., Bertolini, M., Jammes, H., Schmidt, M., Callesen, H. 2014. Pregnancy and neonatal care of SNCT animals. In Principles of cloning, 2nd edition, Elsevier, 107-126. PRODINRA 254709
  2. Chap3. Chavatte-Palmer, P. and Tarrade, A., 2014. Programmation foetale. In: Chastant-Maillard S, Saint-Dizier M (eds), Reproduction chez l'homme et l'animal. : INRA Editions, 2014, in press.
  3. Chap4. Tarrade, A., Chavatte-Palmer, P., Guillomot, M., Camous, S., Evain-Brion D., 2014. Le placenta. In: Chastant-Maillard S, Saint-Dizier M (eds), Reproduction chez l'homme et l'animal. : INRA Editions, 2014, in press.
  4. Chap5. Boiti, C., Castellini, C., Chavatte-Palmer, P., Chrenek, P., Fischer, B., Kolesárová, A. 2014 Biology of reproduction and reproduction technologies in the rabbit. In: Fontanesi, L. ed. Cost Action RGBnet. In press.
2013
  1. Chap6. Chavatte-Palmer P, Lee RS, Bertolini M, Jammes H, Schmidt M, Callesen H. Pregnancy and neonatal care of SCNT animals. In: Cibelli C (ed), Principles of Cloning, 2nd edition: Elsevier, 2013;107-126.
2012
  1. Chap7. Dupont, C., Cordier, A-G., Junien, C., Lévy, R., Chavatte-Palmer, P., 2012. Chapter 2: Maternal nutrition and its effects on offspring fertility and importance of the periconceptional period on long-term development. In: The Molecular Basis for origin of Fetal Congenital Abnormalities and maternal Health: An overview of Association with oxidative stress. Eds. BM Matata, M Elahi. Eds Bentham Science Publishers, USA, pp 2-33.
  2. Chap8. Tarrade, A., Morel, O., Dupont C., Chavatte-Palmer, P.., 2012. Programmation foetale : concept et conséquences. In: Tsatsaris V (ed), Le retard de croissance intra-utérin. Paris (FRA): Masson, 2012; 57-62.
2010
  1. Chap9. Chavatte-Palmer, P. and R. S. F. Lee, 2010. Health care and well being of cloned animals. In Manual of the International Embryo Transfer Society. I. E. T. Society, International Embryo Transfer Society, fourth Edition, edited by Stringfellow, D.A. and Givens, M.D.: 10:106-113.
2008
  1. Chap10. Sandra, O., Mansouri, N., Bataillon, I., Rodde, N., Hue, I., Renard, J-P. and Chavatte-Palmer, P., 2008. Modèles animaux et immunologie de la gestation: la contribution des ruminants. Reproduction Humaine et Hormones, Editions Eska, vol: xxl, n°1 pp79-84.
2006
  1. Chap11. Chavatte-Palmer P, Guillomot M. Comparative implantation and placentation. In: Rukavina D (ed.) Embryo implantation: from basics to clinics: The European Embryo Implantation Control Network; 2006: 41-55.
2002
  1. Chap12. Chavatte-Palmer P. Lactation in the mare. Equine Veterinary Education 2002;Manual 5: 88-93.
  2. Chap13. Hill J, Chavatte-Palmer P. Pregnancy and neonatal care of cloned animals. In: Cibelli J (ed.) Principles of Cloning. San Diego: Academic Press; 2002 : 247-266.
  3. Chap14. Chavatte-Palmer, P., Heyman, Y., Renard, J.-P. Clonage et physiopathologies de la gestation associées. In: Martal J. (ed.), L'embryon chez l'homme et l'animal. INSERM / INRA éditions, Science Update, 2002 : 77-88.

Whole books

2013
  1. Ouv1. Allard, A. (Collaborateur), Barrier-Battut, I. (Collaborateur), Caillaud, M. (Collaborateur), Chavatte-Palmer, P. (Collaborateur), Deleuze, S. (Collaborateur), Goudet, G. (Collaborateur), Margat, A. (Collaborateur), Marnay, L. (Collaborateur) (2013). Gestion de la jument. Le Pin au Haras, FRA : IFCE. http://prodinra.inra.fr/record/206629
2012
  1. Ouv2. Chavatte-Palmer, P. (ed) and Krisher, R. (ed), 2012. Program Book: Improving outcomes trough manipulations of the maternal environment. 38th Annual Conference of the International Embryo Transfer Society, "Improving outcomes trough manipulations of the maternal environment" Phoenix, Arizona, USA, 7-10 janvier 2012, 58 pages.
2011
  1. Ouv3. Heifetz, Y. (ed), Fleming, T. (ed), Chavatte-Palmer, P. (ed), 2011. Periconceptional developmental programming. Proceeding of GEMINI “Periconceptional developmental programming”, Jerusalem, Israel, 31 mai-3 juin 2011, 65 pages.
1997
  1. Ouv4. Gestion de la jument. Clément F (ed.). Paris: Institut du cheval; 1997. 256 pages. (P. Chavatte: collaborateur)

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