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Describing embryo develoment differently in order to take into account intrinsic and extrinsic variability factors: an application in fish

 
 
Published on 05/16/2017
Oeufs embryonnés d'alose juste avant l'éclosion. © INRA, ESCAFFRE Anne Marie
Oeufs embryonnés d'alose juste avant l'éclosion © INRA, ESCAFFRE Anne Marie

Bérénice Schaerlinger, MCF

Université de Lorraine, Laboratoire URAFPA

Friday May 19 2017 at 13h15

Centre Inra Île-de-France-Jouy-en-Josas

Room 271 building 230

 

Abstract

The observation of embryo development has fascinated scientists for a very long time. It was rapidly associated with a better und...

The Mathematics of Animal Life:  How Many Paternal Centrioles are Needed to Have a Baby?

 
 
Published on 05/16/2017
The figure shows Drosophila spermatids (left bottom) and spermatozoa (upper right) with typical and atypical centrioles (green).. © INRA, T. Avidor Reiss
The figure shows Drosophila spermatids (left bottom) and spermatozoa (upper right) with typical and atypical centrioles (green). © INRA, T. Avidor Reiss

Tomer Avidor-Reiss, Ph.D, Associate Professor

University of Toledo, College of Natural Sciences and Mathematics, Department of Biological Sciences

Tuesday June 20 2017 at 13h15

Centre Inra Île-de-France-Jouy-en-Josas

Room 271 building...

Conference: "Interaction between the vaginal microbiota, the host and Chlamydia trachomatis"

 
 
Published on 05/15/2017
Vue en coupe du microbiote intestinal (bactéries colorées en rouge) et de l'épithélium colique (coloré en bleu). © Jasper KAMPHUIS - Inra, KAMPHUIS Jasper
© Jasper KAMPHUIS - Inra, KAMPHUIS Jasper

Pr. Jacques RAVEL

Professor and Associate Director for Genomics, Institute for Genome Sciences, University of Maryland School of Medicine, USA

Friday June 23 at 14h00

Salle Curie – 1st floor, building Bachelard

ENV Maisons-Alfort

To find out more

www.ravel-lab.org 

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Understanding the pig immune system to improve the fight against respiratory diseases in man

 
 
Published on 05/15/2017
Porcelets avec logo MT en 3500s. © INRA, Charlotte Deloizy
Porcelets avec logo MT en 3500s © INRA, Charlotte Deloizy
The pig is both a farm animal and a biomedical model animal used to study different human diseases and notably respiratory diseases. Little information is, however, available on its pulmonary immune system. Scientists at the VIM Laboratory*  identified for the first time two pilars of the immune response in the lungs of pigs: dendrit...

Conference by Elisa Crisci, Monday May 15

 
 
Published on 05/11/2017
. © INRA, E. Crisci
© INRA, E. Crisci

Virus-host interactions: from humans to pigs

Elisa Crisci
UMR1313 Génétique Animale et Biologie Intégrative
Equipe Génétique Immunité, Santé

Lundi 15 mai 2017 à 11h00

Centre Inra Île-de-France-Jouy-en-Josas

Amphithéâtre du bâtiment 440

Abstract

Over the course of evolution, viruses have developed highly sophisticated mechanisms for interacting with h...