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INRA - Unité Physiologie de la Reproduction et des Comportements Nouzilly

UMR Physiologie Reproduction Comportements

Programme 2015

Programme du mardi 16 juin 2015

08h45 – Présentation de la journée par le directeur de l’UMR, Florian Guillou

1ère session animée par Julie Le Merrer :


09h00Julie Lépinay : Potential role of melatonin receptors in the synthesis of melatonin in the ovine  pineal gland

09h15Julien Barzten Sprauer : Effect of season and steroid on RFRP-3 expression in the ewe: a three dimension analysis of neurons distribution and neurotransmitter markers

09h30Caroline Decourt : Induction of synchronized fertile ovulation by a new selective agonist of the kisspeptin receptor

09h45 Lyes Derouiche :In vitro exposure to Ethinylestradiol alters mouse embryonic neural stem cells development

10h00Caroline Alfaia : A role for estrogen in the prenatal development of Kisspeptin neurons?

10h15Lucille Butruille : Characterization of the adult hypothalamic neurogenic niche in sheep and influence of an environmental factor: the photoperiod

10h30Gwenhael Jégot : Investigation on the genetic basis of food neophobia in young chickens Gallus gallus domesticus

10h45Ophélie Menant : The common and specific afferent connections of the periaqueductal gray (PAG) subdivisions through the whole brain in sheep

11h00 – 11h30 : Pause / Posters

2ème session animée par Mohammed Ayoub

Récepteurs et voies de signalisation

11h30 Flavie Landomiel : β-arrestins form a transcriptionnaly active complex with CREB upon stimulation of Gs-coupled GPCR

11h45Lucie Pellissier : Effect of orphan GPR88 on delta opioid signaling in vitro and in vivo

12h00Astrid Musnier :In silico identification of anti-GPCR antibodies and functional validation

12h15Nathalie Langonné : Beta-arrestin's dependent transcriptome & proteome: a comparative study

12h30 – 14h15 : Repas

3ème session animée par Christine Briant :

Fertilité et Maitrise de la Reproduction

14h15 Diep Nguyen : Role of signaling key proteins in the quality of reproduction cells destined to be cryopreserved

14h30Luiz Cordeiro : Sperm-epithelial cells interactions in the avian oviduct

14h45Mélanie Faure : Consequences of fetal metformin exposure on adult male mouse fertility

15h00Carmen Alminana : Spying on embryo-maternal communication, interception of exosomes messages

15h15 – 15h45 : Pause / Posters

4ème session animée par Svetlana Uzbekova

Approches "omiques" et Bioinformatique

15h45Cindy Riou : Proteomic analysis of avian uterin fluid

16h00Laura Soler Vasco : Accurate male fertility phenotyping is possible!: The sperm intact cell MALDI-TOF MS approach

16h15Clément Soleilhavoup : Luminal proteomes of the cervix, uterus and oviduct during the oestrous cycle

16h45 : Clôture de la journée

1ère année de Thèse = Posters affichés :

Céline Bouillon : Identification of factors modulating the activity of gonadotropins in patients treated for ART: study of their impact on oocyte and embryo quality

Manon Chasles : A physiological evaluation of the impact of male-female interaction around puberty in goats

Julie Lamy : Regulation of sperm-oviduct interactions in the cow : development of an in vitro model

Flore Lormant : Effects  of chronic stress on hippocampal neurogenesis and memory depends on the trait for emotionality in japanese quail

Mouhamad Oseikria : Effects of Docosahexaenoic acid (n-3 PUFA) on Bovine Oocyte Maturation and Developmental Competence

Shifa Tahir : Development of method for in silico maturation of antibodies

Aurélie Tréfier : Regulation of the translatome by a G protein-coupled receptor (GPCR), through the example of the FSH receptor (RFSH) in Sertoli cells