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CRB-Anim brings together 5 IBiSA-labelled BRCs and public and private research partners.

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These BRCs manage genomic or reproductive resources for domestic animal species raised in France (mammals, birds, fish, shellfish).

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@Bridge*

  • Genomic resources (BAC banks, blood samples, tissues, DNA...) for farmed species.

     http://abridge.inra.fr/

Cani-DNA*

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  • Genomic resources (blood, tissue, DNA samples) for the dog and related species, in network with the National Veterinary Schools and the company Antagene.

      https://dog-genetics.genouest.org/cani-dna/

CRB_CARARE

CRB CARARE*

  • CARibbean Animal genetic REsources manages the genomic and reproductive resources of ruminants and pigs of Caribbean origin and collections of genetic and reproductive materials, both for the heritage preservation of the diversity of local animal species, and for research projects in physiology and genetics..

    https://www6.antilles.inrae.fr/urz/Menu/CRB

CRB CryAnim*

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  • Canine and feline semen, mainly from CERREC activity, embryos and semen from rabbits and horses, as well as blood and nucleic acid samples from individuals suffering from tumour diseases and/or of genetic origin.

     http://cryanim.vetagro-sup.fr/

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GIS Cryobanque Nationale*

  • Reproductive resources (semen, embryos, cell cultures) for breeding species, networked with insemination centres and includes several mirror sites maintained by INRA, technical institutes or breeding companies.

     http://www.cryobanque.org/

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ANTAGENE Laboratory

  • The ANTAGENE laboratory is the specialist in dog/cat DNA testing: genetic identification, certified DNA kinship and screening for hereditary diseases.

      https://www.antagene.com/fr

Labogena

LABOGENA Laboratory

  • Blood or DNA sample storage service for breeders of different species.

    

http://www.labogena.fr/

* CRB-IBiSA labeled