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VetAgro Sup
Partner 5 : VetAgro Sup - Au Coeur du Vivant

VetAgro Sup est un établissement d'enseignement supérieur et de recherche qui supervise le CRB CERREC et l'UMR ICE dirigés par Thierry Roger (UPSP 2011-03-101), qui emploient 24 personnes permanentes (19 ensignants-chercheurs vétérinaires et 5 techniciens) et qui résultent de la fusion de l'ancienne UPSP 1033 et d'autres équipes de recherche de VetAgro Sup.

Le CERREC est exploité par une équipe de 10 personnes (6 permanents) et est une des quatre banques de semence canine et féline. C'est également le site secondaire de la Cryobanque Nationale pour les lapins.

Depuis 1992, les membres de l'équipe ICE-CRYOBIO développent de nouvelles techniques de cryopréservation pour la préservation des ressources génétiques animales ex-situ. Le CERREC et l'UMR ont une expertise dans la congélation de gamètes et d'embryons pour la plupart des mammifères et des carnivores des espèces domestiques. En 2003, ICE-CRYOBIO a commencé à explorer le potentiel reproductif de cellules et de tissus congelés, avec un intérêt particulier pour les cortex ovariens, les embryons et les cellules somatiques pour produire des cellules iPS. ICE est impliqué dans des projets comme BiThum (ANR, 2011), DELICE (FUI, 2009-2011), CLARAFT (Fluoptics) ou Nano-ENO (CEA-Leti) pour lesquels la cryopréservation des fonctionnalités des tissus pathologiques est essentielle pour le questionnement scientifique des partenaires.