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3rd International Seminar of CRB-Anim infrastructure

The 3rd International Seminar on CRB-Anim Infrastructure showed the contribution of animal biobanks to research in the genetics and physiology of domestic animals as well as the complexity of ethic...

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USDA - September 16-17, 2019

A fruitful meeting with the team of the American National Cryobank

From September 16 to 19, a fruitful meeting was held at the USDA Fort Collins site for discussions with the US National Cryobank team on methodologies for the conservation of poultry reproductive c...

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AgroParisTech, 19 av. du Maine, 75015 Paris - November 20-22, 2019

Training session for population managers and gene bank users

Using gene bank material for livestock populations: case studies and optimization using the MoBPS software

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Wageningen Campus - 9-13 December 2019

Course genomic diversity in Wageningen

Characterization, management and exploitation of genomic diversity in animals

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In the aftermath of the convention on biodiversity preservation (Rio, 1992), several Biological Resources Centers (BRCs) for ex situ preservation and diffusion of genetic resources of domestic animals have been developed in France. BRCs dedicated to genomic and reproductive material are to meet two major societal and scientific challenges: the erosion of genetic diversity in domestic populations and the new era opened by genomics for the understanding of relationships between genotype and phenotype in domestic animals.

In this context, the French government is supporting an ambitious program, CRB-Anim, whose main objective is to build a functional network connecting domestic animal BRCs, so that know-how and data can be shared and optimized, the materials can be better characterized and documented, and the collections are increased and better distributed.

Welcome aboard CRB-Anim project !