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GReD

The GReD is a Research Center at Clermont-Ferrand, capital of the Auvergne region of central France. Created in 2008, the GReD is supported by the University of Auvergne, the University Blaise Pascal, the CNRS (UMR6293) and the INSERM (U1103). The center is composed of 10 research groups (totalling 130 people in April 2014) and is situated on the neighbouring campuses ...

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A focus on sperm DNA oxidative damage : a putative new trail to improve some male infertile situations

A focus on sperm DNA oxidative damage : a putative new trail to improve some male infertile situations

Oxidative alterations of the sperm nucleus are causative of reproductive failures and increase the risk of transmitting paternal inherited mutations to the next generation. With the goal to explore new therapeutic approaches, two new reports from the GReD research team « Mechanisms of Post-testicular Infertility » headed by Joël Drevet, have focused on one of the most common sperm DNA alterations, which is sperm DNA oxidation.

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GRED’s people in the spotlight

GRED’s people in the spotlight

 

Heidi Serra received the young researcher award 2015 from the Bettencourt-Schueller foundation.

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Les Mardis du GRed - Février 2016

Les Mardis du GRed - Février 2016

12H30 – 13H30
Faculté de médecine
Amphi 1 (1eR étage, R1)

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Ceremony for the foundation stone of the new building CRBC (Centre for Research in Clinical Biology).

Ceremony for the foundation stone of the new building CRBC (Centre for Research in Clinical Biology).

Spring 2017 is going to be a landmark for the GReD with the Research Unit being united in the brand-new building CRBC.
This large research facility is part of the French National "Campus Prometteur" program.

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Les Mardis du GRed de Janvier 2016

Les Mardis du GRed de Janvier 2016

12H30 – 13H30
Faculté de médecine
Amphi 1 (1er étage, R1)

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