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Conservation biotechnologies (cryopreservation-regeneration) and risk assessment

Our aim is to sustain the biotechnologies for aquatic genetic resources preservation and for fish regeneration from cryopreserved material. We are working on the cryopreservation of germinal stem cells, either isolates or within gonad pieces, sperm, embryonic cells, somatic cells and tissues, and larvae, in fish and mollusks. We work on mastering fish regeneration from the cryopreserved cells according to two complementary technologies: somatic and embryonic cell nuclear transfer, and germinal stem cell grafting in host larvae. We want to characterize whether these biotechnologies are affecting the offspring quality, including in an epigenetic perspective
Cell cryopreservation in aquatic species

Cell cryopreservation in aquatic species

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Fish regeneration after germ cell grafting

Our research aims to improve the yield of germinal stem cell grafting, by characterizing the cellular factors favorable to the germ cell...
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Fish regeneration after nuclear transfer and embryo reprogramming

Somatic cell and tissue cryopreservation is a compelling option for fish genetic resources management, because somatic cells bear both paternal and...
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