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ID: 036221
Start date: 2006-12-01, End date: 2009-11-30
Title: Detection of presence of species-specific processed animal proteins in animal feed (SAfe FEED Processed Animal Proteins) Acronym: SAFEED-PAP. Since the earliest case of the bovine spongiform encephalopathy (BSE) epidemic was first confirmed in the United Kingdom in 1987...
Programme: IC-INTAS
Record Number: 84231
Last updated on: 2007-07-02
The project is aimed at preserving and developing the endangered microbial culture collections represented mainly by extremophilic forms and comprising about 10000 strains. It includes the culture collection of the Institute of Microbiology of the Academy of Sciences of Armeni...
Programme: IC-INTAS
Record Number: 24892
Last updated on: 2000-06-30
A new biologically active protein has been recently discovered in the soluble fraction of bovine hypothalamus. It appears to be a binding protein for the immunosuppressor FK506 and seems to belong to the family of immunophilins(IPh-s) that are receptors for immunosuppressive d...
Programme: IC-INTAS
Record Number: 24843
Last updated on: 2000-06-30
The fundamental purpose of the research programme concerns theoretical and experimental studies of transport phenomena in binary gas mixtures: rare gas-simple polyatomic gas. Experiments on concentration diffusion and thermal diffusion in helium-carbon monoxide and argon-carbo...
Programme: IC-INTAS
Record Number: 21494
Last updated on: 1998-10-07
This project aimed at the establishment of a network of institutions from the EC and the States of the Former Soviet Union, with common interests in teaching and research in the Agro-Food area. The network included 10 institutions from 10 EC countries, 1 institution from Belar...
Programme: IC-INTAS
Record Number: 24708
Last updated on: 2000-06-29
The project concerns the preparation, characterization and study of the catalytic properties of zeolites and activated carbons with immobilized and anchored first-row late transition metal complexes with polydentate ligands containing several co-ordination spheres, obtained by...
Programme: IC-INTAS
Record Number: 21486
Last updated on: 1998-10-07
ID: INTAS-2000-00750
Start date: 2001-08-01, End date: 2003-07-31
The objectives of the project are: - to create a new method for the preparation of highly efficient pi-adsorbents based on intercalation of graphite or anthracite using dinitrogen tetroxide followed by heat treatment in inert and/or oxidizing atmosphere; - to study in detail t...
Programme: IC-INTAS
Record Number: 65466
Last updated on: 2002-10-30
ID: INTAS-2000-00119
Start date: 2001-07-01, End date: 2004-06-30
The primary project aim is to investigate the problem of interaction between human society and the environment in the late Prehistoric period, and to assess the forms of biological, cultural, economic and social adaptation represented archaeologically within the diverse enviro...
Programme: IC-INTAS
Record Number: 65366
Last updated on: 2002-10-30
ID: INTAS-2000-00711
Start date: 2001-12-01, End date: 2003-11-30
To discover new therapeutics an innovative theoretical computer-assisted approach is developed and validated experimentally in a search for new cognition enhancers, anxiolytics and anticonvulsants. Probability to find new chemical entities are increased by virtual combinatoria...
Programme: IC-INTAS
Record Number: 65462
Last updated on: 2002-10-30
ID: INTAS-2001-00593
Start date: 2002-07-01, End date: 2005-06-30
The main objective of the project is to study the electric field influence on the ion energy confinement in helical axis Stellarator TJ-II for a large variety of magnetic configurations, plasma parameters and heating scenarios. For this purpose it is suggested to use two diagn...
Programme: IC-INTAS
Record Number: 65697
Last updated on: 2002-10-30
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