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Colloque de cytogénétique animale

22nd International Colloquium on Animal Cytogenetics and Genomics

22nd ICACG

July 2nd - 5th, 2016 Toulouse (France)

To submit an abstract or poster, you must create an account on this page.

Deadline: May 15th, 2016

Authors that wish to present an abstract should be registered.

Abstracts will be reviewed and selected for oral or poster presentations by the organizers and/or commission chairs. Preference for oral or poster presentation may be indicated upon submission.

When submitting, first select the category and specific session in which you wish to place your abstract (see the session list). Please note that the organizers reserve the right to decide on the final assignment of abstracts.

Authors will be notified by email on the acceptance of their abstracts and type of presentation (oral or poster).

All accepted abstracts will be published first in the Book of Abstracts of the 22nd ICACG and in Chromosome Research after the colloquium

The Abstracts must be written in English and prepared with Microsoft Word processor as .doc format and not exceed 2,250 characters (including spaces, title, authors’ name and text).


- Times New Roman 12 pt (justified)

- Single spacing
- Title: capital and lower case letters, bold face.
- Authors: full name in capital and lower case letters, underlined the name of the presenting author.


Poster size should not exceed 100cm high and 80cm wide

Submission of abstracts closed on Wednesday 18 May 2016