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QTL that depend on the diet received by layers

They are not the same genomic regions which influence egg production and egg quality traits according to the diet received by layers.
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Characterization of cellular biomarkers

Characterization of cellular biomarkers for studying mammary plasticity during lactation in dairy cows

Phenotyping epithelial stem cells, progenitor, secretory and myoepithelial cells by flow cytometry.
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Estimate the body condition of cows from a 3D imaging method

Estimate the body condition of cows from a 3D imaging method

Development of a new measure method to assess the body condition by analyzing the 3D surface of the cow's back.
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A methodology to evaluate short term changes in energy metabolism at the whole animal level in pigs

A methodology to evaluate short term changes in energy metabolism at the whole animal level in pigs

Combined use of respiration chambers to quantify the dynamics of heat production and measurement of 13CO2 production in pigs. This methodology,...
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Feeding non-ruminants a high-fat high-fiber diet

Feeding non-ruminants a high-fat high-fiber diet: differences in adaptive responses between growing pigs and chickens

Understanding the metabolic pathways and upstream regulators by which growing animals may adapt to high-fat high-fiber diets is essential to refine...
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Cells isolated from milk

Cells isolated from milk are a non-invasive source of mammary transcripts valuable to study the lactation function in ruminants

A method developed to isolate mammary epithelial cells (MEC) from milk to study various factors affecting milk production and composition.
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Reduce greenhouse gas emissions from livestock French

Improving dairy cattle production does not significantly reduce greenhouse gas emissions from livestock French. A modeling study.

Developing a model of French cattle herd to test different scenarios of intensification of production of milk per cow. A tool to identify the most...
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Reducing the environmental impacts of pig production

The utilization of Feed-Use amino-acids to formulate low-protein diets allows reducing the environmental impacts of pig production

Quantify, using life cycle assessment (LCA), the potential reduction of environmental impacts of pig production according to various scenarios of...
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Study on the effects of a total sulfur amino acid deficient supply at muscle level in piglets

Effects of a total sulfur amino acid deficient supply at muscle level in piglets

Study of muscle physiology, antioxidant and contractile properties and changes on the amino acid composition of three types of skeletal muscles in...
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Plasticity of adult stem cells in muscle and adipose tissue

Plasticity of adult stem cells in muscle and adipose tissue of growing pig: a new target for production efficiency

Study the plasticity of adult stem cells during normal growth in pigs with different genotypes and fed different diets to improve production...
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