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GABI : Génétique Animale et Biologie IntégrativeUnité Mixte de Recherche INRA - AgroParisTech

Genetic variability and trait variation

Highlights around this crosscutting theme

Elucidation of the role of the protein SLC25a46

Elucidation of the role of the protein SLC25a46 in neuropathies and the turning calves syndrome.

Teams of GABI identified and validated the role of the gene coding for the mitochondrial protein SLC25A46 found in a form of neuropathy of young...
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Genetic determinism of the protein composition of milk

Genetic determinism of the protein composition of milk

The main genes involved in the genetic variability of protein composition of cow’s milk.
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Microgenomics 2016

Microgenomics 2016 or genome analysis and its expression at the tissue and cell level

One of the greatest challenges of today’s biologist is to analyze the genome of a cell in its physiological environment to understand the...
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Creation of the French Society for Extracellular Vesicles (FSEV)

First meeting of French laboratories working on extracellular vesicles – Creation of the French Society for Extracellular Vesicles (FSEV)

Extracellular vesicles are gaining increased attention nationally and internationally. On October 27 and 28, 2016, a first meeting for French...
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R-Spondin1, a gene essential for lactation

R-Spondin1, a gene essential for lactation

In order to improve our understanding of the dairy performances of animals that are associated with the mammary gland, it is necessary to decode the...
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Mutation in the RP1 gene inducing a retinal degeneration in different cattle species

A reverse genetic approach identifies a mutation in the RP1 gene inducing a retinal degeneration in different cattle species

Through data analysis performed within the “1000 bovine genome” project, approximately 2500 relatively frequent putative deleterious variants...
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Method for the non-invasive measurement of methan production by cattle

Validation of a method for the non-invasive measurement of methan production by cattle

The Greenfeed device was tested on 124 charolais heifers during 8 weeks. During this period a total of over 200 random 3-4 min measurements were made...
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Identification of four mutations responsible for embryo mortality in dairy cattle

A search for haplotypes presenting an important homozygote deficiency was led in a population with 76177 animals typed during a genomic selection...
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Characterization of the gene responsible for the absence of horns in cattle

Two alleles for the Polled locus responsible for the absence of horns in cattle were recently discovered. The first mutation has been identified but...
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Implication of the KIT gene in the development of melanoma in the pig

The pig is considered as a good model for the development of cutaneous melanoma, found in man, but also in some breeds of pigs. An association...
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