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Microalgae Microbiomes: A natural source for the prevention and treatment of diseases in aquaculture

Aquaculture is one of the fastest growing food sectors in the world. In order to guarantee continuous, efficient and sustainable production and to safeguard the growth of this important sector, its protection from biological threats is crucial. Within the AquaHealth project, an international consortium of highly experienced partners will assemble and apply an advanced meta’omics toolbox on the ...

Programme: BlueBio ERA-NET COFUND

Public web page: https://aquahealth-project.com/

Start date: 1st May 2020

End date: 30th Apr 2023

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Programme: Independent Projects

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LIMAQUA results in an innovative process for converting and recirculating aquaculture side-streams (sludge and wastewater) in algae (Galdieria sulphuraria)-based feed production for aquacultures. In conventional aquaculture, feed production is responsible for 50% of greenhouse gas (GHG) emission. The aim is to substantially reduce GHG emission by considering geographic and site-specific characteristics (temperature, sunshine duration etc.) and to design site-specific phototrophic or heterotrophic ...

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Project Overview

Databases of biomedical knowledge are rapidly proliferating and growing, with recent advances (such as the RTX-KG2 knowledge-base that we have recently developed; (Wood et al. 2022)) increasingly focusing on integration of knowledge under a standardized schema and semantic layer (i.e., controlled vocabularies for types of concepts and types of relationships, for example, the Biolink standard (Unni et al. 2022)). The rise of standardized knowledge-bases sets the stage for the ...

Programme: Independent Projects

Public web page: https://github.com/RTXteam/RTX

Start date: 1st Jan 2020

End date: 28th Nov 2023

Test

Programme: 2017 Upload Test

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Good data and model management improves the longevity and impact of your interdisciplinary research. FAIRDOM offers software and expertise to support you in better managing your interdisciplinary life-science projects, particularly in systems and synthetic biology. If you have never heard of data and model management, or are curious about it, or you are an expert keen to exchange ideas, our user meeting is the place for you!

At our users meeting you can:

  • Learn why data and model management is ...

Programme: FAIRDOM

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Programme: Independent Projects

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This project bundles information about COVID-19 related studies and tools in Germany. It intends to provide an information hub for the different initiatives, their aims, their processes, standards and study protocols, as well as their available data and metadata. It is initiated by the German National Research Data Infrastructure for Personal Health Data (nfdi4health), a consortium that plans to establish a concept for a federated research data infrastructure for personal health data in Germany. ...

Endometriosis research done by the Griffith lab (MIT) and the Goods lab (Dartmouth)

Programme: Independent Projects

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Programme: Independent Projects

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Programme: Metastasis Network

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Programme: COMBINE (Computational Modeling in Biology Network)

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Programme: Independent Projects

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Up-regulation of glycolytic flux (glucose to lactate conversion), also known as the “Warburg effect”, has been associated with 90% of cancers. We implemented a systems biology approach in order to improve the overall understanding of the “Warburg effect” as well as identifying drug targets within the glycolytic pathway.

Programme: SARCHI: Mechanistic modelling of health and epidemiology

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SUSPHIRE aims to provide a sustainable, low-cost biomanufacturing platform for the commercial production of insect pheromones.

Programme: NIBSys

Public web page: http://susphire.info/susphireproject/

Start date: 1st Apr 2018

End date: 30th Sep 2021

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Programme: Independent Projects

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Developing a placenta on a chip

Programme: Independent Projects

Public web page: https://www.iplacenta.eu/

Start date: 1st Jan 2018

End date: 31st May 2022

This work aims to identify the biochemical pathways of THP-1 human monocytes infected by different Leishmania infantum clinical isolates from patients with either resistance or with TF outcome, using whole cell differential Mass Spectrometry proteomics. Network enrichment analysis was adopted to integrate the transcriptomics and the proteomic results of infected cells studies. Transferrin Receptor C and Nucleoside Diphosphate Kinase 3 were discovered as overexpressed proteins in THP-1 cells ...

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The placenta remains the key to maternal diseases such as Pre-eclampsia (PE) and Intrauterine growth restriction (IUGR), however the pathophysiology of these disorders remains elusive. The aim of this study is to characterize the key proteomic variations between PE and IUGR, to better understand the pathoetiology of these diseases.Term placentas each were collected from PE, IUGR pregnancies, and age and BMI matched healthy controls. Quadrupole-orbitrap mass spectrometer was used in data dependent ...

Placental dysfunction has been associated with various pregnancy complications leading to both maternal and fetal death and long-term consequences, however, the placenta is one of the least studied organs within the human body. In this pilot study, protein signature of three healthy placentae was measured using label free quantification mass spectrometry. Each placenta was sampled in five sample sites and three sub-anatomical regions. Differentially expressed proteins were identified considering ...

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