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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...

New study reveals how some chickens got striped feathers

 
 
Published on 04/25/2017
. © Photo Hervé Ronné, Ecomusée du pays de Rennes.
© Photo Hervé Ronné, Ecomusée du pays de Rennes.
Birds show an amazing diversity in plumage colour and patterning. But what are the genetic mechanisms creating such patterns? In a new study published on April 7, 2017 in PLoS Genetics, Swedish and scientists from GABI report that two independent mutations are required to explain the development of the Sex-linked barring pattern in chicken...