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Colloque de cytogénétique animale


Saturday, July 2, 2016

14.00 -17.00 Registration and poster set up

17.00 – 17.30 Opening ceremony

Plenary session

  • 17.30 – 18.20     Bernard Dutrillaux (MNHN, Paris)

            Contribution of cytogenetics to the study of evolution

  • 18.20 – 19.10    Jean Michel Dupont (Hôpitaux Universitaires, Paris)

            Molecular cytogenetics in medical diagnosis: present state of the art

  • 19.10 – 20.00    Thomas Faraut (INRA, Toulouse)

            Genome structural variability in the light of NGS

20.30    Welcome Reception


Sunday, July 3, 2016

                 Session 1: Meiosis, Fertility and Reproduction

Chairpersons: M Switonski, D Villagomez

  • 8.30 – 9.10 Lecture    Aurora Ruiz-Herrera (Autonomous University, Barcelona)

            Recombination in mammals: the good, the bad and the ugly

  • 9.10 – 9.50 Lecture   François Vialard (Centre Hospitalier, Paris)

           Impact of genetic abnormalities on human reproduction 

  • 9.50 – 10.05    A Congras, H Barasc, V Marquet, K Canale-Tabet, E Lhuillier, O Ferchaud, M Weber, T Faraut, S Foissac, A Pinton, M Yerle-Bouissou and H Acloque (Toulouse, France)
    Effects of balanced chromosome translocations on boar fertility and cell reprogramming
  • 10.05 – 10.20  M Polonis, T Fujimoto, S Dobosz, T Zalewski , K Jagiełło, W Domaszk, K Ocalewicz (Gdansk, Poland)
    Production of gynogenetic doubled haploid rainbow trout using UV-irradiated brown trout spermatoza and hydrostatic pressure shock
  • 10.20 – 10.35  N Mary, H Barasc, S Ferchaud, A Priet, A Calgaro, AM Loustau-Dudez, N Bonnet, M Yerle, A Ducos, A Pinton (Toulouse, France)
    Meiotic recombination analyses in pigs carrying different balanced structural chromosomal rearrangements

10.35 – 11.05 Coffee break and poster viewing

                 Session 2: Clinical Cytogenetics, Mutagenesis

Chairpersons: J Rubes, L Iannuzzi

  • 11.05 – 11.45 Lecture    Laure Sabatier (CEA,Fontenay-aux-Roses)

           Chromosome aberrations: the gold standard biomarkers of radiation exposure

  • 11.45 – 12.00  AK Khoshal, P Pinton, D Payros, I Raymond-Letron, I Oswald, A Pinton (Toulouse, France)
    Effects of cadmium and deoxynivalenol on spermatogenesis, blood and bone marrow chromosomes in rats
  • 12.00 – 12.15  J Fröhlich, M Vozdova, S Kubickova, H Cernohorska, J Rubes (Brno, Czech Republic)
    Detection of genetic abnormalities in canine mast cell tumours
  • 12.15 – 12.30  M Bugno-Poniewierska, Tz Ząbek, A Gurgul, K Pawlina (Kraków, Poland)
    Characteristics of chromosome rearrangements of an intersex horse using molecular cytogenetic techniques

12.30 – 13.45 Lunch and poster viewing

  • 13.45 – 14.25 Lecture    Aurélien Capitan (INRA, Jouy-en-Josas)

            A review on clinical genetics in Bovidae

  • 14.25 – 14.40  B Bed’Hom, V Fillon, D Gourichon, A Vieaud, M Tixier-Boichard (Jouy-en-Josas, France)
    When morphological mutations unravel chromosomal changes in domestic chicken

                 Session 3: Evolutionary and Comparative Cytogenetics

Chairpersons: D Griffin, B Dutrillaux

  • 14.40 – 15.20 Lecture    Frédéric Veyrunes (ISEM, Montpellier)

            Karyotype evolution and sex determination systems in mammals

  • 15.20 – 16.00 Lecture   Valérie Fillon (INRA, Toulouse)

           Comparative cytogenetics in avian species

16.00 - 16.30 Coffee break and poster viewing

  • 16.30 – 16.45   L De Lorenzi, A Iannuzzi, S Bonacina, P Parma (Milan, Italy)
    Identification of a neocentromere on cattle (Bos taurus) chromosome 17
  • 16.45 – 17.00   Terry Robinson (Stellenbosch, South Africa)
    Cytogenetics of hybridizing antelope
  • 17.00 – 17.15   C Nascimento Moreira, Y Yonenaga-Yassuda, K Ventura (São Paulo, Brazil)
    Comparative chromosome painting on the South American Oryzomyini (Cricetidae: Sigmodontinae)
  • 17.15 – 17.30   F Yang, B Fu, C G Sotero-Caio, CY Nagamachi, M Volleth, RJ Baker, JC Pieczarka (Cambridge, United Kingdom)
    Chromosome homology link between phyllostomidae and other bat families
  • 17.30 – 17.45   M Rovatsos, J Vukić, M Altmanová, M Johnson Pokorná, J Moravec, L Kratochvíl (Prague, Czech Republic)
    Mammalian X homolog acts as sex chromosome across lacertid lizards
  • 17.45 -18.00   R O’Connor, J Damas, G Fonseka, R Jennings, L Kiazam, S Bennett, J Ward, S Joseph, DM Larkin, DK. Griffin (Canterbury, United Kingdom)
    Exceptional degree of avian microchromosome conservation revealed by cross species BAC mapping

                     Session:  Science and Art

Chairperson: B Bed'Hom

  • 18.00 – 18.15  K Robinson, G Robinson, R Sutton, DK Griffin  (Canterbury, United Kingdom)
    YouNome: Your personalized Genome in 25 Self Portraits

21.00 - 22.30  Guided visit of "Toulouse by night"

Monday, July 4, 2016

                  Session 4: Cytogenetics in Mammals and non-Mammals species

Chairpersons: A King, A Pauciullo

  • 8.30 – 9.10 Lecture    Svetlana Romanenko (IMCB, Novosibirsk)

            A review on Cytogenetic Studies in Mammals

  • 9.10 – 9.50 Lecture    Konrad Ocalewicz (Poland)

           Recent advances in Fish Cytogenomics

  • 9.50 – 10.05  D García-Souto, J Fernández-Rodríguez, N Fuller, J Galindo JJ Pasantes (Vigo, Spain)
    Analysis of the chromosome pairing in the dog whelk Nucella lapillus
  • 10.05 – 10.20 AA Proskuryakova, AI Kulemzina, VR Beklemisheva, NA Lemskaya, P L Perelman, AS Graphodatsky (Novosibirsk, Russia)
    Chromosome organization features of the grey whale (Cetacea)

10.20 – 10.45 Coffee break

             Poster Session: Poster presentation and discussion

Chairpersons: P Parma, M Switonski, P Musilova

  • 10.45 – 12.00 Brief presentation of the 10 posters selected

12.00 - 13.15 Lunch

13.15 - 19.00 Excursion afternoon

20.15 Conference dinner


Tuesday, July 5, 2016

                  Session 5: Genome Structure and Function

Chairpersons: I Szczerbal, H Acloque

  • 8.30 – 9.10 Lecture    Svetlana Galkina (University, Saint Petersburg)

          Avian lampbrush chromosomes: a powerful tool for exploration of genome structure and expression

  • 9.10 – 9.25  A Zlotina, N Kosyakova, T Liehr, A Krasikova (Saint Petersburg, Russia)
    Microdissection as an approach for investigation of genomic context of chromomeres in lampbrush chromosome
  • 9.25 – 9.40  A Saifitdinova, A Komissarov, S Galkina, E Koshel, M Kulak, A Demin, SJ O'Brien, E Gaginskaya ((Saint Petersburg, Russia)
    Sex Chromosome Specific Repeats in the Chicken Genome
  • 9.40 –10.00 R O’Connor, MN Romanov, M Farré, DM Larkin, DK Griffin (Canterbury, United Kingdom)
    Gross genome evolution in the Dinosauria

10.00 – 10.40 Lecture Raphael Mourad (Université Paul Sabatier, Toulouse)

            Estrogen Induces Global Reorganization of Chromatin Structure in Human Breast cancer cells

10.40 - 11.00 Coffee Break 

  • 11.00– 11.15  Y Lahbib-Mansais, M Marti Marimon, V. Voillet, H Barasc, F Mompart, J. Riquet, S Foissac, D Robelin, H Acloque, Y Billon,  N Villa-Vialaneix, L Liaubet, M Bouissou-Yerle (Toulouse, France)
    3D nuclear positioning of IGF2 alleles and trans interactions with imprinted genes in pig fetal cells
  • 11.15 – 11.30  T Revay, O Oluwole, WA King (Guelph, Canada)
    Dynamic generation of de novo CNVs in the bovine genome
  • 11.30 – 11.45  M Sarbast, T Schwarzacher, JSP Heslop-Harrison (Leicester,United Kingdom)
    The repetitive DNA landscape in sheep
  • 11.45 - 12.00  A Krasikova, D Popova, D Chervyakova, T Kulikova, A Zlotina, D Dedukh, I Trofimova (St. Petersburg, Russia)
    Transcription of highly repetitive tandemly organized DNA in amphibians and birds

                Poster Awards and Conclusion           

12.00 – 12.15 Poster awards

12.15–13.00 Conclusion and Discussion on the next meeting

13.00 Lunch

End of the Colloquium