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CNRGV welcomes Carla de Freitas Munhoz

Carla de Freitas Munhoz is a postdoctoral fellow at the Genetics Department, at the University of São Paulo. The aim of her postdoctoral project is the characterization of the Passifloraedulis genome with the exploitation of a BAC library (Ped-B-Flav) and the use of long reads sequencing technology (with PacBio sequencing technology).

An Irys® Instrument (BioNano Genomics) to analyze complex genomes

In order to have a better understanding of complex genomes the CNRGV has invested in an Irys ® Instrument from BioNano Genomics. This technology allows the rapid construction of physical whole genome maps.

CNRGV at the International Agricultural Show 2016 !!

Do you want to try DNA extraction? Come visit us at the International Agricultural Show in Paris !!

The CRISPR revolution!

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Who is this couple that hits the headlines of the newspapers? CRISPR/Cas9 a new technique who enables the easy and accurate modification of DNA.

CNRGV welcomes Celine Chantry-Darmon

Celine Chantry-Darmon will take in charge the development of new technologies for the studies of complex genomes and more specifically the capture of HMW DNA fragments.

International Agricultural Show

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The CNRGV will participate with our colleagues from the Sunflower team from the LIPM to the International Agricultural Show for INRA 70th anniversary from February 27th to March 6th 2016!

The research conducted at the CNRGV presented at the French Academy of Agriculture

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Seminar “on Frontiers of Knowledge”, by Hélène Bergès, Wednesday 2th 2015 in Paris

The CNRGV is very happy to welcome Dr Victor Korzun from KWS

Dr Viktor Korzun, from KWS, is currently spending one week at the INRA-CNRGV in order to strengthen the interactions between the two structures in the frame of the development of various projects.

Hélène Bergès receives the “Vermeil” Medal from the “Académie de l’Agriculture de France”

Hélène Bergès has received the “Vermeil” Medal from the “Académie de l’Agriculture de France” for the creation of the CNRGV. http://jobs.inra.fr/...Academie-d-agriculture-de-France

CNRGV welcomes Mathieu Jubenot

Mathieu JUBENOT has joined the CNRGV for an internship from September 14th to November 13rd 2015. The aim of his project is to improve the web application GIMACO.

CNRGV welcomes Lavinia Mareri

Lavinia Mareri is an Italian PhD student at the University of Modena and Reggio Emilia (Italy). The aim of her research project is to gain more insights into the structure and function of Frost resistance-H2 locus in barley.

The CNRGV participated in the Plant Genomics Congress 2015 in London

Plant Genomics Congress 2015 : Nathalie Rodde presented a poster about Efficient Genome Locus Identification Using Non-Gridded BAC Library Strategy

Helene Berges has been selected to receive French Legion d'Honneur chevalier rank

By a decree of April 3rd 2015, Helene Berges has been selected to receive French Legion d'Honneur chevalier rank

Successful on the BRC standard certification and renewal of our ISO 9001 :2008 certification

After an audit by the SGS certifier organization, the CNRGV has renewed its ISO 9001:2008 certificate and has achieved certification on the BRC standard NF S96-900- Quality of biological resources centres.

CNRGV’s work presented at the PAG XXIII conference in San Diego

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PAG XXIII : A lot of presentations, with talks or posters, have shown the involvement and the role of the CNRGV in genomic projects with our collaborators.

CNRGV wishes you a happy new year 2015 !!

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William Marande has attended the 12th International Symposium on Rice Functional Genomics

from November 16 to 19, 2014, in Tucson, Arizona, United States. He gave a talk on ‘Efficient Genome Locus Identification Using Non-Gridded BAC Library Strategy’

Amazing publication with Vincent Castric from the Université Lille1 about the evolution of dominance by mutual consent (of alleles!)

Amazing publication with Vincent Castric from the Université Lille1 about the evolution of dominance by mutual consent (of alleles!)

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/25477454

Vote for the Science's breakthrough of the year!

The IWGSC Survey Sequence initiative and the 3B Reference Sequence has been listed on the short-list of Science's breakthrough of the year! You can support this project by voting before December 1st for "DNA of our daily bread" here :  http://breakthroughs.sciencemag.org/

Inauguration of the extension of our building

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Inauguration of the extension of our building, ten years after the opening of the CNRGV.

Plant Genomes' Day 2014 : Pre-program now available!

We are very pleased to invite you to attend the Plant Genomes' Day which will take place in Toulouse on June 4th, 2014. Pre-program is now available! Don’t forget to register here

Two new scientific publications

CNRGV is involved in two new scientific publications about the physical map of wheat chromosome 1A and wheat chromosome 1BS.

A new building for the CNRGV

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The extension of our building has been delivered in December 2013!

We maintain our ISO 9001:2008 certification

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After an audit by the SGS certifier organization, the CNRGV maintains its ISO 9001:2008 certificate.

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We are still improving the construction of BAC libraries.
We have just constructed a new barley BAC library with an average insert size of 180kb.
Yes we did!

A new -80°C freezer room

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First step of our building extension : a new room with eleven -80°C freezers!

CNRGV grows up !

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The extension of our building has started !

A new project

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CNRGV is involved in a new project " SUNRISE"

The CNRGV rewarded by the 2012 INRA awards

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The 2012 INRA award rewards the CNRGV and Hélène Bergès

Three new scientific publications

CNRGV is involved in three new scientific publications about wheat, tomato and grasses.

New Pools available

New pools have been produced and are now available for the scientific community. Pools already available

CNRGV welcomes Danilo Augusto Sforça and Monica Conte.

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.

Wheat BAC library constuction and sreening project

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 has acquired a CRYOTHEQUE dedicated to the conservation of genomic libraries at -80°C.

The CRYOTHEQUE consists of a chamber of 4800 liters at - 80°C. The CRYOTHEQUE uses a new technology with a cooling system by oil. This chamber allows the storage of 19,600 microplates.

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CNRGV welcomes William Marande

William Marande has been recruited as engineer in the laboratory since May 2011. This permanent position has been created thanks to the CNRS (through AllEnvi: National Alliance for Research for the environment).

Four students are involved in genomic and bioinformatic projects

During their training course, Julie Sentis and Jeremy Lasserre will work on two genomic projects, on wheat and maize respectively. Raoul Raffel will develop a bioinformatic pipeline, and Julie Proufit  will improve our information system.

CNRGV involved in a new ANR project

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

Two new scientific publications

CNRGV is involved in two scientific publications about Eucalyptus and Chicory

Happy New Year from CNRGV !!

CNRGV wishes you a happy new year 2011 !! See our greeting card here

Screening of the Passiflora BAC library

CNRGV welcomes for the second time Helen Alves Penha during a period of 1 month. She will screen the Passiflora edulis BAC library.

Non gridded BAC library

In order to direct focus on genomic region of interest in specific genotype and rapidly isolate BAC clones spanning a genomic region, we have developed a non gridded BAC libraries strategy.

Genomics of Sunflower

The CNRGV is the partner of the genome sequencing project involving Canada, USA and France.

HRM genotyping

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).

New Pools

New 2D and 3D pools have been produced and are now available for the scientific community. Pools already available

Barley BAC library construction project

CNRGV welcomes Diego Pignataro during a period of 4 months within the framework of a collaboration established with the University of Lima in Peru (Gisela Orjeda the Head of the Genomics Research Unit).

First sequencing of the tomato genome

The first sequencing of the tomato genome has been achieved by the International Tomato Sequencing Consortium and is now available on the SGN web site ( http://solgenomics.net/tomato/ ). CNRGV is partner of this sequencing project.

Successful renewal of our ISO 9001:2008 certification

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The CNRGV has just renewed its ISO 9001:2008 certification by the SGS certifier organization.

Passiflora BAC library construction project

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CNRGV welcomes Helen Alves Penha during a period of 6 months. Within the frame of her thesis project, she will construct a Passiflora edulis BAC library

Successful renewal of our ISO 9001:2000 certification

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The CNRGV has just renewed its ISO 9001:2000 certification by the SGS certifier organization.

New CNRGV web site online !!

Please visit our new CNRGV web site based on the Content Management System " eZpublish"

Inauguration of our new building

Our new building dedicated to genomic resource was inaugurated on September the 7th by Marion Guillou, the president of INRA.

DNA pools now available for PCR screenings on several BAC libraries

DNA pools are now available for PCR screening of Hexaploid Wheat, Pepper, Rapeseed and Tomato BAC libraries.

Moving in our new building !

The CNRGV moves in its new building located in the INRA Toulouse Research Center.