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Nanobodies as biotechnological tools
Ario de Marco, invited lecture at foreign university

Found in: osebi
Keywords: nanobodies, pre-immune phage library, recombinant expression, biomarkers, tumors
Published: 17.05.2017; Views: 1173; Downloads: 0
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Acting of folding effectors to improve recombinant protein yields and functional quality
Ario de Marco, 2017, independent scientific component part or a chapter in a monograph

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Keywords: recombinant proteins, chaperones, osmolytes, protein aggregation
Published: 24.05.2017; Views: 1070; Downloads: 0
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Nuovi modelli di ricerca: oncologia comparativa per lo studio dei sarcomi
Ario de Marco, unpublished invited conference lecture

Found in: osebi
Keywords: Comparative oncology, sarcoma, canine model, immune-reagents
Published: 10.10.2017; Views: 964; Downloads: 0
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A caccia di proteine usando gli anticorpi come esca
Ario de Marco, unpublished invited conference lecture

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Keywords: Fluorescent proteins, antibodies, microscopy, diagnostics
Published: 13.02.2018; Views: 735; Downloads: 0
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How to react to the necessity of a sustainable animal production? The EcoLamb project
Sinan Ogun, Petra Makorič, Martina Bergant, Ario de Marco, Tanja Peric, 2018, published scientific conference contribution abstract

Abstract: EcoLamb assesses the sustainability of diverse European sheep production systems focusing on the ecological footprint, animal welfare aspects and nutrition value of lamb meat. The outcomes of these assessments will be used to understand the potential future barriers that limit the innovative capacity and development of the sector and the opportunities that may provide a future market niche against competitive products from other global markets. Farm solutions that incorporate consumer expectations for animal welfare and meat quality will enhance the competitiveness of Europe's lamb meat sector. The project engages trans-national research and industry stakeholders from 6 countries made up of Germany, Italy, Portugal, Slovenia, Spain and Turkey to analyse on 20 case study farms resource-efficient, competitive and low-carbon lamb production models. Direct linkage between animal welfare, meat quality and pharmaceutical use will also be determined using innovative Precision Farming techniques. The project will produce a tool-box of recommendations for productive sheep farm management, supply chain and marketing on how to improve the acceptability of lamb meat by consumers. Thus, the multidisciplinary approach and the multi-actor involvement of the EU sheep sector will assist in re-designing critical aspects to increase society acceptance and the place of lamb meat in future diets and the outcomes of the project will be used by stakeholders to promote changes in farm management, marketing and processing of meat from sheep. Additionally, results will be used by farm consultants, farmer groups and policy officers to re-design consulting approaches and plan new initiatives to make all aspects of the European sheep industry more sustainable.
Found in: osebi
Keywords: sustainable, animal production, lamb, sheep, Jezersko-Solčavska, EcoLamb
Published: 05.09.2018; Views: 610; Downloads: 0
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