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Prediction of performances

Highlights around this crosscutting theme

Data integration and biomarker prediction Seminar

Data integration and biomarker prediction Seminar

The “Predict and Psay-CompBio” seminar on the analysis of biological data produced using high-throughput omics technologies with the aim of...
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Selection for new traits in dairy cattle

Selection for new traits in dairy cattle

Increasing the number of traits included in genetic improvement of dairy cattle.
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Accreditation of the eBIS UMT

Accreditation of the eBIS UMT

Inra, Idele and Allice join forces in a five-year project aimed at accompanying the changes in genomic selection in all cattle populations.
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Equine performance during endurance races

Equine performance during endurance races is a polygenic trait controlled by at least five QTL

The GenEndurance project identified five QTL located on chromosomes 6, 1, 7, 16 et 29 that are associated with sports performances
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Food transition in the rainbow trout

Both genetics and nutrition accompany food transition in the rainbow trout

Both genetics and nutrition accompany food transition in the rainbow trout.
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Use of complete genome sequencing data in genomic selection

Use of complete genome sequencing data in genomic selection

Big reference populations used in genomic selection, combined with the availability of the numerous sequences of the complete genome make up...
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Advances on microRNA cataloguing and functions in horses

Advances on microRNA cataloguing and functions in horses

These two publications present a significant advance of knowledge of nature, diversity and microRNA functions in the horse and notably in muscle,...
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Identification of informative blood biomarkers for the study and prediction of the immune capacity in pigs

Blood is a target tissue for biomarker research for the characterization of the physiological state of individuals. Within the framework of our...
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Mass Quant Milk: an original

Mass Quant Milk : an original "protein profiling" method for the characterization of the protein fraction of milk

An original method for the characterization of the protein fraction of milk (identification and quantification of 6 major lactoproteins and their...
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Selection accompanies food transition in fish farming

When selection accompanies food transition in fish farming

The use of small deep-sea fish is at a maximum, limiting our provisioning of fish oils and flour, which are the traditionnal ingredients for fish...
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