The tissues of multicellular organisms are formed by specialized, individual cells that communicate with each other and distincly shape the organs. In some tissues however, cells directly share some of… >>
The pregnancy toxicology laboratory of Dr. Cathy Vaillancourt at Centre INRS-Institut Armand-Frappier aims to identify the mechanisms of action of melatonin in the placenta. An article by Fatma Kharrat, MSc… >>
A collaborative project between Dr. Daniel Bernard, McGill University, and Dr. Pierre Miron, president and founder of FERTILYS, an industrial partner of the RQR.
Successful in vitro maturation of oocytes in… >>
September 2018/Vol.7, no.1
Ongoing research in the laboratory of Dr. Serge McGraw, from the Centre de Recherche en Reproduction et Fertilité (CRRF) of Université de Montréal, precisely identifies the impairments to young embryos… >>
February 2017, Vol.6, no.1
New therapies, drug testing, disease models and even the promise of organ generation for human use; these represent some examples of the unlimited potential of pigs in research. Laboratory of… >>
Mai 2016, Vol.5, no.2
Origin of the virus, responsible vectors, symptoms and correlation with microcephalyBy Julie Blouin, RQR Network Manager
The Zika virus was isolated for the first time in 1947 from a rhesus monkey… >>
January 2016, Vol.5, no.1
Report of topics discussed during the meeting between veterinarians, fertility clinicians, RQR researchers and pharmaceutical/ biotechnological companies held on May 25, 2015 at the Faculté de médecine vétérinaire of the… >>
September 2015, Vol.4, no.3
Frédéric Leduc, Immune Biosolutions
Antibodies are at the core of most biomedical applications and modern research. Despite their critical importance to the advancement of knowledge and to many research applications, diagnostic… >>
Mai 2015, Vol.4, no.2
Nadia Bergeron, agr. M.Sc., Agrinova
Agrinova, the College Center for Technology Transfer (CCTT) in agriculture from the Collège d’Alma, is currently carrying out a project in the field of reproduction in… >>
January 2015, Vol.4, no.1
Dr. Dominique Bérubé, Director of the genetics laboratory at OVO Clinic.
Several recent studies have demonstrated that intact fetal cells, as well as free fetal DNA, circulate in maternal blood. However,… >>
Focus on industry’s needs in research at the reproduction level: RQR networking workshop with veterinarians
September 2014, Vol.3, no.3
Summary of topics discussed during the meeting of researchers and veterinarians held on June 17 at the Faculté de médecine vétérinaire of the Université de Montréal in St-Hyacinthe.
About fifteen veterinary… >>
Ethical, Legal and Social aspects of Non-Invasive Prenatal Testing: How to appropriately integrate an emerging technology into the Canadian healthcare system?
June 2014, Vol.3, no.2
Research group of Dr. Vardit Ravitsky on Reproductive Ethics and Genetics, Bioethics Programs, School of Public Health, University of Montreal.
One of the group’s major projects touches on a novel technology… >>
January 2014, Vol.3, no.1
Laboratory of Dr. François Richard, Université Laval, in collaboration with L’Alliance Boviteq Inc.
Collaborative Research and Development Grants (CRD) support well-defined research projects conducted in partnership with the private sector. In… >>
November 2013, Vol.2, no.3
Quite little information is known regarding men’s reproductive health and its potential influence on their offspring. Most young men today have no idea that their choices and actions in every-day… >>
May 2013, Vol.2, no.2
Research in the laboratory of Dr. Christopher A. Price, Centre de Recherche en Reproduction Animale (CRRA), Université de Montréal, has identified unusual antigrowth functions of a growth factor in the… >>
January 2013, Vol.2, no.1
Laboratory of Dr. J. Jacques Matte, Dairy and Swine Research and Development Centre (DSRDC), Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada (AAFC)
Considerable increases in ovulation rate have been achieved in hyperprolific lines of… >>
September 2012, Vol.1, no.2
Laboratory of Dr. Michel A. Fortier !om Université Laval: Eva Bresson, Pierre Chapdelaine, Sofia Boucher Kovalik, Éric Madore and Nicolas Lacroix-Pépin
As reproductive endocrinologists studying uterine function at the cellular and… >>
May 2012, Vol.1, no.1
Knowledge transfer is one of the priorities of the Réseau Québécois en reproduction. During the next months, many new projects will be developed to address this priority.