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Using a H2020 funding framework, IBISBA currently offers limited opportunities to researchers to obtain subsidised access to IBISBA specialised research structures and facilities, including contribution to user's travel and subsistence costs. Open Calls are launched regularly, inviting researchers from all sectors (academia and industry) ...
Projects: TRANSCRIPTPROM - Integrative and comparative analyses of response of Pichia pastoris, FLOX: FLavin-containing OXidoreductases, PlanOvac, HIGHFLUX, SporeDel, Yeast Glycerol, Galambr, SULFOCEL, Muconic Acid Production, Promoters 4 Pichia, Evocolour - The evolution and genetics of Flavobacteria forming structurally coloured colonies for sustainable biomaterials, Extreme - Genomic approach for extremozymes screening of thermophilic/anaerobic Caldicoprobacter algerensis strain, HMOzyme, PILOT-MP - Pilot scale process development for microbial proteins, UMB - Upscaling and optimisation of microalgae production for bivalves hatchery, Biocare, MEOX, Coculture, YarroFuels, PlasticPutida, Lipro-alga, Cyanofcs, ENGINEER4ARGININE, Upscale of the biocatalytic transformation of Free Fatty Acids into high-value products (BIOFFA), B-PAC, BIOFFA, GLYCOMICS, KorallionBio, MAROX, PROTEIFROM, SUPI
Infant formula milk tries to mimic human milk as closely as possible, since it is well-known that breast milk has considerable implications in the development of the infant intestinal microbiota in the first years of life. Human milk is considered to be unique in terms of its content of complex oligosaccharides. They are abundant in human milk and their role in the development of intestinal flora blocking the attachment of pathogens and modulating immune system of the infant make them of great ...
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Organisms: Bifidobacterium bifidum