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Beneficial macrophages in breast cancer

According to research carried out in collaboration with the France Genomics Institut Curie Genomics of Excellence Platform, the presence of macrophages around breast cancer is not necessarily a bad…

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Deep-sea genomics

Results from the “eDNAbyss” project funded by France Génomique and carried out at Genoscope: the massive sequencing of the biodiversity of the deep sea floor unravels its plankton composition and…

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Renewal of the governance certification of France Genomique

In line with its commitment to continuous improvement and partner satisfaction, and following the audit that took place at the end of December, France Genomics is proud to announce the renewal of its…

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Involvement of the France Genomique Platforms in the battle against SARS Cov2

Detection and sequencing of the SARS-Cov2 virus and its variants Faced with the spread of SARS-Cov2 in France, many platforms and associated platforms of France Génomique have been mobilised to…

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Call 2021 for “Large scale sequencing projects”

FRANCE GÉNOMIQUE opens a new call for Large Sequencing Projects. These projects will be submitted by Public Research laboratories (CNRS, INSERM, INRAe, CEA, CIRAD, IRD, University Laboratories,…

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Large scale projects France Génomique: The origin of domestic horses finally established

The modern domestic horse originated in the Pontic steppes, in the northern Caucasus, where it was first domesticated before conquering the rest of Eurasia in just a few centuries. This is the result…

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Registration now open for the “Environmental and Agronomical Genomics Symposium”

France génomique is very pleased to announce that registration and abstract submission are now open for the Environmental and Agronomical Genomics Symposium jointly organised with the GDR Génomique…

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International Symposium on Environmental and Agronomical Genomics

This year the Environmental and Agronomical Genomics symposium will be jointly organised by France Génomique and the GDR “Génomique Environnementale”. The symposium will be held in Tours in France,…

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Pro-inflammatory cytokines regulation through Ikaros

GenomEast is co-authors of a multi-omics study (RNA, ATAC, CHIPseq) that elucidates the role of the Ikaros repressor in the regulation of pro-inflammatory cytokines that, when overexpressed, lead to…

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A new director for FG

Following the departure of Pierre Le Ber from the CEA, to join the private sector, the management of the national infrastructure France Génomique was taken over in January by Patrick Wincker…

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UCA GenomiX tracks SARS-CoV-2 variants in waste water

The UCA GenomiX (IPMC) platform has been developing for several months a method to measure the levels of the different forms of the SARS-CoV-2 virus circulating in the wastewater of the Nice area.…

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Mission « Microbiomes » for Tara

The schooner sails back to the oceans to study their microbiomes (https://oceans.taraexpeditions.org/m/science/les-actualites/mission-microbiomes-la-nouvelle-expedition-de-tara/). As partner of the…

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Identification of SARS-COV2 host cells

As part of the Human Cell Atlas Lung Biological Network consortium and research to understand the mechanism of infection of Covid-19 disease, IPMC/UCAGenomiX scRNAseq studies have identified…

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CAF-S1 fibroblast clusters and immunotheraty response

The sequencing  platform of Institut Curie has participated to a significant advance in the identification of CAF-S1 fibroblast clusters associated with  resistance to cancer immunotherapies ( CANCER…

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SCNaUMI

K Lebrigand et al. describe a new approach for assigning UMIs "SCNaUMI"  ( Nat.Commun. 2020 ;doi: 10.1038/s41467-020-17800-6), which allows the precise identification, from single cells, of…

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The 1st cell atlas of the human airways

P Barbry's team and the UCAGenomiX platform publish the 1st human airway cell atlas by scRNA-seq analysis (Am. J. Respir. Crit. Care. Med 2020; doi: 10.1164/rccm.201911-2199OC). This study…

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