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Past European and National Programs

European programs

  • Aquafisrt: Combined genetic and functional genomic approaches for stress and disease resistance marker assisted selection in fish and shellfish
  • Aquafunc: Integrated knowledge on functional genomics in sustainable aquaculture
  • Aquagenome: Genomic in fish and shellfish: from research to aquaculture
  • Cascade: Chemicals as contaminants in the food chain
  • Pubertimning: Photoperiod control of puberty in farmed fish: Development of new techniques and research into underlying physiological mechanisms
  • Reprofish: Integrating basic and applied knowledge on finfish reproduction
  • Life Cycle

National programs

  • Agenop: Systematic and comparative analysis of gene expression during the spermatogenetic maturation
  • Ostroreprod: Regulation of the brain and gondal functions involved in the gonadotrope axis: Role of the estradiol in trout using a transcriptome approach
  • Spermgen: Gene expression profiling and functional analysis in trout Spermatogenesis: Gene expression profiles and regulation
  • and ...


Patrick Prunet participate in this national programm ANR-13-ADAP- 0001-03
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Aquaexcel AQUAculture infrastructures for EXCELLence in European Fish research

AQUAEXCEL2020, a Horizon 2020 research infrastructure project, aims to support the sustainable growth of the aquaculture sector in Europe....
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BESTOV: genetic improvement of the production of caviar and fertilized eggs in trout

FranceAgriMer funded project in partnership with the SYSAAF
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Catecholestrogens and fish reproduction

Program IFCPAR/CEFIPRA (Centre Franco-Indien for research promotion)
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National program
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FISHBOOST Improving European aquaculture by advancing selective breeding to the next level for the six main finfish species

The main aim is to improve the efficiency and profitability of European aquaculture by advancing selective breeding to the next level for each of the...
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FISHEGG— Proteomic Profiling and Knock-out Analysis of Key Components of the Zebrafish Egg: Discovering Vitellogenin Contributions to Fish Egg Quality

Bourse Marie Curie
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National program
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Embryon Zebrafish

Maternal Legacy - Molecular portrait of a developmentally competent fish egg

National program coordinated by Julien Bobe
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National program
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