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ID: BIO2930295
Start date: 1993-08-01, End date: 1997-07-31
The development of tools for detection and evaluation of genetic diversity in plants was approached in 5 tasks. Task 1 tested reproducibility of techniques. In Task 2, procedures were refined in speed and efficiency. Task 3 identified `hot spots of genetic change' from instabi...
Programme: FP3-BIOTECH 1
Record Number: 5841
Last updated on: 1995-08-16
ID: BIO2930224
Start date: 1993-10-01, End date: 1996-09-30
To provide technical information to allow the development of in-vitro neural systems capable of detecting the potentially toxic effects of novel and highly specific compounds during cell differentiation. As such sophisticated end points will be used such as receptor-effector c...
Programme: FP3-BIOTECH 1
Record Number: 6082
Last updated on: 1995-08-16
ID: BIO2920483
Start date: 1993-01-01, End date: 1995-12-31
The project studied the molecules that build the septum, either during the processes of sporulation or in vegetative division, and the regulatory mechanisms that control the expression of the genes that code for septal components in Streptomyces, Bacillus, Brevibacterium, and ...
Programme: FP3-BIOTECH 1
Record Number: 5281
Last updated on: 1995-08-16
ID: BIO2920359
Start date: 1993-01-01, End date: 1995-12-31
The general objective of the project was to map existing markers and to produce additional markers to construct a low resolution map of the bovine genome. The following tasks were addressed: 1) constitution of a panel of reference families, permitting the construction of a gen...
Programme: FP3-BIOTECH 1
Record Number: 5322
Last updated on: 1995-08-16
ID: BIO2930174
Start date: 1993-09-01, End date: 1996-08-31
This programme concerns two wide domain gene regulatory systems in the model filamentous fungus Aspergillus nidulans and related, industrially relevant species - Ph regulation of synthesis of secreted enzymes, permeases and exported metabolites and carbon catabolite repression...
Programme: FP3-BIOTECH 1
Record Number: 6025
Last updated on: 1995-08-16
ID: BIO2920177
Start date: 1993-01-01, End date: 1996-06-30
Principles that govern the excision of an antigenic peptide from a protein resulting in antigen presentation by MHC class I molecules are studied. It is intended to improve poorly immunogenic epitopes and thus contribute to the development of vaccines.
Programme: FP3-BIOTECH 1
Record Number: 5288
Last updated on: 1995-08-16
ID: BIO2930272
Start date: 1993-08-01, End date: 1997-01-31
The medium-term objective is to determine, before the end of 1997, the entire genome sequence of Bacillus subtilis, which is both of industrial importance and a model organism for Gram-positive bacteria. An international agreement has been reached allowing the allocation of re...
Programme: FP3-BIOTECH 1
Record Number: 6085
Last updated on: 1995-08-16
ID: BIO2930145
Start date: 1993-08-01, End date: 1996-07-31
To obtain insight in the molecular mechanisms of excretion systems for drugs, antibiotics and toxins in pro- and eukaryotic cells and to manipulate these systems in order to control the effects of toxic compounds on these cells.
Programme: FP3-BIOTECH 1
Record Number: 5648
Last updated on: 1995-08-16
ID: BIO2920164
Start date: 1993-04-01, End date: 1996-03-31
To find sequences involved in antigen/MHC recognition by the T cell receptor complex as well as in interactions within the T cell receptor complex and with accessory molecules. To study activation pathways, receptor internalization and apoptosis induced following stimulation o...
Programme: FP3-BIOTECH 1
Record Number: 5418
Last updated on: 1995-08-16
ID: BIO2920370
Start date: 1993-01-01, End date: 1996-04-30
Genetic exchange between inoculant and native bacteria could generate undesirable novel genetic combinations: the possibility limits agricultural and environmental exploitation of genetically modified (GM) bacteria. The capacity of GM bacteria to act as genetic donors can be m...
Programme: FP3-BIOTECH 1
Record Number: 5295
Last updated on: 1995-08-16
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