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TITLE Integrated knowledge on functional genomics in sustainable aquaculture   aquafunc_en.pdf (3.42 MB)
Document ID LIB203
Document type EC RTD Programmes projects / results
Issue date 01/02/2006
Document reference AQUAFUNC
Original language of the document English
Document produced by EC-Research and Innovation DG organisation visiting card
Document requested by EC-Research and Innovation DG organisation visiting card
Scientific domains
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  • Science and Research

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Short description  The Fifth and Sixth Framework Programmes for Research (FP5 and FP6) bridged
a period of exceptionally rapid progress in molecular technology associated with a number
of large-scale sequencing projects.
These molecular technologies have become routine such that gene mapping and a functional genomics
approach to aquaculture research is widespread. However, maximising the benefit derived from these
disparate efforts requires a careful integration of project outcomes.AQUAFUNC aims to integrate
the outcome of projects funded under FP5 and FP6 to generate a common scientific
basis for a functional genomics approach to aquaculture.
Abstract (focusing on the key recommendations)  AQUAFUNC aims to integrate the outcome of projects
funded under FP5 and FP6 to generate a common scientific
basis for a functional genomics approach to aquaculture. To
enable better exploitation and dissemination of the results
generated by these projects, AQUAFUNC will:
Bring together researchers working with a functional
genomics approach to aquaculture to exchange, analyse
and discuss re ...

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