Technologies Found (8)
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   Category Agriculture, Aquaculture, Fish Culture, Animal Sciences Keywords Spawning, Carp, Aquaculture Current development stage General list: TRL4 Technology validated in lab      Collaboration Opportunity Sponsored Research with an ...
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Levavi-Sivan Berta
 Background M. marinum is a major causative agent of fish Mycobacteriosis, a common bacterial disease in many species of freshwater, brackish water and salt water fish - specifically harming food fish such as Sea Bass, H. S. Bass and Sea Bream, ...
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Barkan Daniel
Background Infectious diseases cause significant damages to aquaculture and impede its further development. The preventive or control measures are very limited. Therefore, a development of genetically resistant strains, is considered a ...
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David Lior
Background: Autism spectrum disorder (ASD) is one of the fastest growing developmental disability in the United States, represents a group of neurodevelopmental disorders characterized by impaired social interaction and communication as well as ...
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Avraham Yosefa
  Background Conventional antibiotics are used to treat bacterial diseases in aquaculture. The use of antibiotics is associated with harmful side effects such as resistance induction and accumulation of drugs in aquaculture products and aquatic ...
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Van Rijn Jaap
Detects the fertility levels in newly-laid eggs and the gender of the embryo   Background The ability to determine the fertility level of a chicken egg and its gender significantly reduces costs of egg production. Currently, we are unable to ...
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Rozenboim Israel
P. pastoris yeast enables abundant production of LH recombinant protein Background Cyprinid fish include the common carp, which is the food fish most widely produced by aquaculture worldwide, ornamental goldfish, and koi, costly fish that are ...
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Levavi-Sivan Berta
  Background Many kinds of surfaces are notorious sources of infection. Eradication of bacteria immobilized as biofilms on these surfaces is a major biological problem. Prevention of the development of biofilms is of prime concern to ...
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Friedman Michael