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    Brussels Innova

Maintenance Grants

I. FUNCTIONAL GEONOMICS – INFLUENCE OF GENE POLYMORPHISMS ON PRODUCTION TRAITS DETERMINED BY THESE GENES

  1. „Models of marker assisted cattle selection for resistance to mastitis” (Prof. G. Sender)
  2. „Evaluation of the influence of growth factors and their receptor genes polymorphism on performance traits in pigs” (M. Pierzchała, PhD, DSc, T. Blicharski, PhD)
  3. „The relation between polymorphism of the genes located on swine chromosome 8, their expression in reproductive system and reproduction traits of sows” (A. Korwin-Kossakowska, PhD, DSc)
  4. „Studies on milk protein genes: (I) regulation of the expression of milk protein genes in normal and transgenic rabbits; (II) polymorphism of milk protein genes in cattle” (Prof. L. Zwierzchowski)
  5. „Growth hormone gene (GH) polymorphism in farm animals” (Prof. L. Zwierzchowski)
  6. „Regulations of intracellular iron metabolism by ferritin and its effect on the resistance of cells to oxygen stress” (P. Lipiński, PhD, DSc)
  7. „The relationship between polymorphism and expression of antimicrobial peptides genes and traits connected with health and productivity of animals” (Prof. E. Bagnicka)

 

II. BIODIVERSITY – STUDIES ON POLYMORPHISMS OF GENETIC MARKERS FOR USE AND PROTECTION OF GENETIC RESOURCES

  1. „Cytogenetic and molecular studies of the genetic variability of chosen animal populations” (Rafał Parada, PhD).
  2. „Genetic biodiversity of farm and wild animals”. (B. Gralak, PhD)
  3. "Studies on mitochondrial and nuclear DNA polymorphism aimed at preservation of genetic resources of animals” (Beata Prusak, PhD)

 

III. BIOTECHNOLOGY OF REPRODUCTION

  1. „The clonning of mammals and nucleus-cytoplasmic interactions in the development of reconstructed embryos” (Prof. J. A. Modliński)
  2. "Possibilities of somatic cell reprogramming in cleaving mouse embryo." (A. Piliszek, PhD)

 

IV. USE OF BREEDING METHODS FOR IMPROVEMENT OF ANIMALS’ HEALTH, QUALITY OF ANIMAL PRODUCTS AND ECONOMY OF ANIMAL PRODUCTION

  1. „The breeding value of saddle horses” (Prof. M. Łukaszewicz, D. Lewczuk, PhD, DSc)
  2. „Improving the efficiency and chemical composition of milk and cow reproduction indicators by modifying the feeding system and maintain” (A. Jóźwik, PhD, DSc)
  3. „Modifying the fat composition of milk and meat obtained from cattle and goats in order to improve their dietetic value” (J. Oprządek, PhD, DSc, M. Gabryszuk, PhD, DSc)
  4. “ Polymorphism and expression of selected genes involved in myogenesis and muscle protein proteolysis cattle and their relationship with the carcass and meat quality traits” (E. Juszczuk-Kubiak PhD, DSc)
  5. „Improving ecological system of milk production” (T. Sakowski, PhD, DSc)
  6. „Improving the reproductive indicators, incubation techniques and chick rearing in ostriches, under Polish farming conditions” (Prof. J. O. Horbańczuk)

 

V. GENETIC BACKGROUND OF ANIMAL BEHAVIOUR

  1. „Behavioural and physiological indices of equine welfare” (A. Górecka-Bruzda, PhD, DSc)
  2. „Genetic and neurophysiological mechanisms underlying animal behavior and  welfare” (G. Juszczak, PhD)
  3. „Genetic and environmental differentiation of attractivity and aversivity of human scent, influencing the correct detection by trained dogs” (Prof. T. Jezierski)
  4. „Genetic and physiological characterization of mouse lines selectively bred for high and low susceptibility to stress" (M. Sacharczuk, PhD, DSc)