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What research on pathogenic bacteria?

Research projects related to bacterial genomic

"Genetic diversity analysis of the CIRM-BP's collection of Coxiella burnetii strains from animal origin: a comparative genomic approach" (2013-2015)
Funding by AIP Bioressources

"Investigation of genomic specificities of Escherichia coli strains isolated from bovine mastitis, study of the relevance of their classification in a distinct pathovar" (2012-2014)
Funding by AIP Bioressources
Key partner: Pierre Germon, équipe 2IM, UMR ISP INRA Nouzilly

Project "Rabbit Pasteurellosis"

Coordination : Hervé Garreau, INRA, UR 0631 SAGA, INRA Toulouse
"Development of an MLVA genotyping method for Pasteurella multocida and analysis of the biodiversity of strains isolated from French rabbits" (2009-2014)
Funding by AGENAVI
Key partner: Frédéric Lantier, UMR ISP INRA Nouzilly ; Plateforme d'Infectiologie Expérimentale PFIE, INRA Nouzilly ; UR 0631 SAGA, INRA Toulouse

Research and characterization of the spectra of antibacterial activities
of molecules from natural origin

Regional Project VALROB

Coordination: Christian Breton, UR Amélioration, Génétique et Physiologie Forestière (UR 0588), INRA Orléans
"Valorization of Robinia psuedoacacia wood extracts" (2013-2015)
Key partners: Association de l'interprofession de la filière forêt bois en Région Centre (Arbocentre), Orléans ; Institut de Chimie Organique et Analytique, ICOA Université Orléans ; Alban Muller International, Fontenay sur Eure ; Institut Français de la Vigne et du Vin ; Aegilops, Val-De-Reuil

Regional Project: Région Centre / Pôle Agronomique Ouest OVAL

Coordination : Yves Nys, Equipe FRPO, Unité de Recherche Avicole UR 83 INRA Nouzilly
"Functional characterization of fractions of clear eggs and valorization in animal feed/Early diagnosis of the sex of embryos" (2011-2014)
Key partners: UMR 1079 SENAH, INRA Rennes ; UMR 1253 STLO INRA Rennes ; CEMAGREF Rennes, LTSI INSERM-UMR642 U.Rennes1, GRELIER France Accouveur, Groupe GRIMAUD

Thesis of Larbi Bedrani funded by INRA and the Région Centre

Co-supervision Yves Nys (URA UR 83 INRA Nouzilly) / Emmanuelle Helloin (CIRM-BP)
"Modulation of molecular innate immunity of egg" presented in April 2013

White ANR Project OVOMINING

Coordination : Yves Nys, Equipe FRPO, Unité de recherche Avicole UR 83 INRA Nouzilly
"Biochemical and functional characterization of antimicrobial molecules newly identified in the egg" (2009-2012)
Key partners: Equipe FRPO, Unité de Recherche Avicole UR 83 INRA Nouzilly ; Plateforme de Protéomique Analytique et Fonctionnelle (PPAF, INRA Nouzilly) ; Centre de biophysique moléculaire/CNRS Orléans ; University of Ottawa, Canada