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INRAE / La salle de biobanking robotisée de SAMBO avec une capacité de 600000 échantillons de feces et d’ADN de microbiotes ».

Microbiotherapy: towards standardization of fecal microbiota transplants

With the first successful Phase III trials for the treatment of Clostridioides difficile infections, it is reasonable to expect that the number of...
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Red Junglefowl, Hume and Marshall, Game Birds of India, Burmah and Ceylon (1879–1881) Public

A phylogenomic approach makes it possible to reconstruct the evolutionary history of the Gallus genus (and to identify hybrids).

The evolutionary history of the genus Gallus, which contains the hen, has been the subject of numerous studies that have resulted in incompatible...
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@M. Tixier-Boichard Photothéque INRAE

Rationalizing ex situ collection of reproductive materials for endangered livestock breed

Improvements in ex situ storage of genetic and reproductive materials offer an alternative for endangered livestock breed conservation, but...
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@Photothéque INRAE

Quality Management Practices of Gene Banks for Livestock: A Global Review

The objective of this study was to review the quality management procedures of livestock gene banks around the world to identify the general...
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@ CC. Productions Animales M. Tixier-Boichard, F. Hérault, P. Bardou, C. Klopp

The "One Thousand Gallus Genomes" project: sharing sequence data for better use.

The sequencing of the entire genome changes the game in all areas of genetics: selection, biodiversity, deciphering the genotype-phenotype...
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L'évoluation des agrumes revisitée

The evolution of citrus revisited

An international study involving CIRAD and INRA, published in the journal Nature on 7 February 2018, is revolutionizing the botanical classifications...
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@ Genetic Resources GenRes Bridge project Horizon2020

First issue of the scientific journal Genetic Ressources!

Genetic Resources is an open access, peer-reviewed journal that publishes original research, analysis and brief communications on plant, animal and...
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