CNRGV is involved in a new scientific publication : Meiotic gene evolution: can you teach a new dog new tricks?
CNRGV is involved in a new scientific publication : A tandem array of CBF/DREB1 genes is located in a major freezing tolerance QTL region on Medicago truncatula chromosome 6.
CNRGV is involved in a new scientific publication : Exploring the genome of the salt-marsh Spartina maritima (Poaceae, Chloridoideae) through BAC end sequence analysis.
CNRGV is involved in a new scientific publication : A high density physical map of chromosome 1BL supports evolutionary studies, map-based cloning and sequencing in wheat.
CNRGV is involved in a new scientific publication : Physical Mapping Integrated with Syntenic Analysis to Characterize the Gene Space of the Long Arm of Wheat Chromosome 1A.
CNRGV is involved in a new scientific publication about the barley genome sequence.
CNRGV welcomes Danilo Augusto Sforça and Monica Conte. The aim of their project is the caracterization of five genomic regions associated with genes of interest to reveal the allelic organization among different hom(e)ologous regions; and also to identify markers (SSR and SNP) through the sequencing.
CNRGV welcomes Maria Fernanda Pergolesi during a period of 3 months.She will construct a non gridded BAC library of the wheat cultivar Sinvalocho.
CNRGV is involved in a new ANR project in collaboration with INRA Versailles and Clermont-Ferrand : Evolutionary dynamics of genes controlling meiotic recombination in polyploid crop plants
CNRGV welcomes Ekaterina Sergeeva during a period of 3 months. Within the frame of her project she will construct a BAC library of the tetraploid species T. dicoccoides .
The CNRGV is the partner of the genome sequencing project involving Canada, USA and France.
We now offer a service of HRM genotyping. This high throughput genotyping method is based on a classical PCR run on Real Time PCR LC480 ROCHE (96 or 384 well format).
SCIENCE Vol 322-3 October 2008-Etienne Paux, et al.
Our new building dedicated to genomic resource was inaugurated on September the 7th by Marion Guillou, the president of INRA.
DNA pools are now available for PCR screening of Hexaploid Wheat, Pepper, Rapeseed and Tomato BAC libraries.
The CNRGV moves in its new building located in the INRA Toulouse Research Center.
Creation date: 27 September 2007
Update: 22 April 2014