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Daniel Guillaume

Daniel Guillaume
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PhD, HDR, IFCE Research Engineer

Education & Career

  • 1983 BSc in Population Biology, University Paris XI
  • 1984 MSc in Gentics and Quantitative Genetics, University Paris XI
  • 1995 PhD in Reproductive Physiology, University of Montpellier
  • 2008 HDR, University of Tours

Research

My work is dedicated on the impact of environmental factors (photoperiod, nutrition, sexual interactions) on reproductive physiology in horses, although I'm occasionnaly working on other species (small ruminants).

Publications

Salazar-Ortiz J., Monget P., Guillaume D. (2014). The influence of nutrition on the insulin-like growth factor system and the concentrations of growth hormone, glucose, insulin, gonadotropins and progesterone in ovarian follicular fluid and plasma from adult female horses (Equus caballus). Reproductive Biology and Endocrinology 12:1, 1-12

Peugnet P., Robles M., Mendoza L., Wimel L., Dubois C., Dahirel M., Guillaume D., Camous S., Berthelot V., Toquet M.P., Richard E., Sandersen C., Chaffaux S., Lejeune J.P., Tarrade A., Serteyn D., Chavatte-Palmer P. (2015). Effects of moderate amounts of barley in late pregnancy on growth, glucose metabolism and osteoarticular status of pre-weaning horses. PLoS One 10:4, e0122596, 1-2

Panzani D., Di Vita M., Laine A.L., Guillaume D., Rota A., Tesi M., Vannozzi I., Camillo F. (2017). Corpus luteum vascularization and progesterone production in Autumn and Winter cycles of the mare: relationship between ultrasonographic characteristics of corpora lutea and plasma progesterone concentration in the last cycles before anestrus. Journal of Equine Veterinary Science 56, 35-39

Guillaume D., Moussu C, de Geoffroy F, Chesneau D, Keller M. (2018). Olfactory stimulation or inhibition of sexual behavior of stallion in non breeding season. Physiol. Behav. 186:1-9. doi: 10.1016/j.physbeh.2017.12.03

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Contact

Daniel Guillaume
UMR Physiologie de la Reproduction & des Comportements
Centre INRA Val-de-Loire
37380 Nouzilly
France

Tel.: (+33) 02 47 42 75 11
Email: Daniel Guillaume