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Resarch highlights 2017

Cows as “top models” for research

Cows as “top models” for research

Eight mutations in the bovine genome that induce syndromes that are similar to rare syndromes in man.
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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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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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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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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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Analysis of the Yak genome

Analysis of the Yak genome

The majority of these genes are involved in the development and the regulation of the nervous system and communication between neurons.
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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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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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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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