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European and International Research Projects

Europe and International
GABI is heavily invested in European and international research programs to develop and structure its partnerships. These projects are in line with our scientific orientations.
AQUAEXCEL2020

AQUAEXCEL2020: AQUAculture infrastructures for EXCELlence in European fish research towards 2020

AQUAEXCEL2020 is a European infrastructure project financed by the European Commission as part of its Horizon 2020 project. It comprises 22 partner...
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AquaIMPACT

AquaIMPACT : Genomic and Nutritional Innovations for Genetically Superior Farmed Fish.

AquaIMPACT is a new Horizon 2020 project coordinated by the Natural Resources Institute Finland (Luke), which integrates breeding and nutrition of...
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BioGerm

BioGerm : FEAMP Project

Innovative production of monosexual populations without exogenous hormones in important aquaculture species and high-throughput development of...
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BovReg

BovReg - Identification of functionally active genomic features relevant to phenotypic diversity and plasticity in cattle.

The scientific project is focused on "Identification of functionally active genomic features relevant to phenotypic diversity and plasticity in...
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FAANG, European Community

The FAANG action is on the rise!

The FAANG initiative (Functionnal Annotation of Animal Genomes) was formally launched at the beginning of 2015. Since then, the initiative has been...
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GENE-SWitCH

GENE-SWitCH: The regulatory GENomE of SWine and CHicken: functional annotation during development

The GENE-SWitCH project is aimed at providing new fundamental knowledge on genome function of two main monogastric livestock specieas (pig and...
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GenTORE

GenTORE : GENomic management Tools to Optimize Resilience and Efficiency.

The objective of GenTORE is to develop innovative tools for genomic selection and management in order to optimize the resilience and efficacy of...
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NeoBio

NeoBio : an FEAMP project

Zootechnical and genetic databases for the cotnrol of sex using temperature in reproducing trout.
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Omega-Truite

Omega-Truite: an FEAMP Project

Selection to improve n-3 polyunsaturated long-chain fatty acid content by Raman spectroscopy in rainbow trout
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