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ID: INTAS 2004-82-7315
Start date: 2005-03-01, End date: 2008-02-29
The project is focused on the development and investigation of new Cr-Mo and Cr-Ni–W steels. The ferrochrome produced from Uzbekistan raw materials will be used for fusion of new Cr-Mo and Cr-Ni–W steels. Electrodes and technologies of arc welding, build-up and repair welding ...
Programme: IC-INTAS
Record Number: 74523
Last updated on: 2005-08-31
ID: INTAS 2004-82-7192
Start date: 2005-03-01, End date: 2008-02-29
The project proposes to investigate the relationships between the functioning of the photosynthetic apparatus and the productivity of maize, wheat, and cotton grown under limited water supply in order to identify useful traits for breeding purposes and in order to better under...
Programme: IC-INTAS
Record Number: 74519
Last updated on: 2005-08-31
ID: INTAS 2004-82-6969
Start date: 2005-03-01, End date: 2008-02-29
In many developing countries, including Uzbekistan, insufficient food and deficiencies of vitamins and micronutrients is widespread. Cotton was the major crop produced in Uzbekistan for decades. Its production required an extensive use of chemical fertilizers and pesticides an...
Programme: IC-INTAS
Record Number: 74518
Last updated on: 2005-08-31
ID: INTAS 2004-82-7146
Start date: 2005-03-01, End date: 2008-02-29
Virus infections are one of the leading causes of morbidity and mortality worldwide. In particular, two viruses, which have a severe global impact, represent a major threat for the Uzbekistan health care system: the hepatitis C virus (HCV) and the human immunodeficiency virus ...
Programme: IC-INTAS
Record Number: 74522
Last updated on: 2005-08-31
ID: INTAS 2004-82-7271
Start date: 2005-03-01, End date: 2008-02-29
This research program stems its motivation from the serious situation of contamination of agricultural soils by persistent halogenated pesticides and from the consequent high health risk to which the population is subjected. To contribute to alleviate these pollution problems ...
Programme: IC-INTAS
Record Number: 74520
Last updated on: 2005-08-31
ID: INTAS 2004-82-7065
Start date: 2005-03-01, End date: 2008-02-29
Treatment of severe and fulminant form of viral hepatitis prevailing in the countries of Central Asia due to low hygienic standards especially in the country regions (HAV) and vulgar opiate drug addiction with tradition of needle-sharing (HBV and HCV) is a very challenging med...
Programme: IC-INTAS
Record Number: 74521
Last updated on: 2005-08-31
ID: INTAS-1997-31854
Start date: 1999-11-01, End date: 2001-10-31
Programme: IC-INTAS
Record Number: 66235
Last updated on: 2003-06-11
ID: INTAS-1997-30253
Start date: 1999-09-01, End date: 2001-08-31
Programme: IC-INTAS
Record Number: 66385
Last updated on: 2003-06-11
ID: INTAS-1997-11109
Start date: 1999-02-01, End date: 2001-01-31
Programme: IC-INTAS
Record Number: 65640
Last updated on: 2003-06-11
ID: INTAS-1997-01362
Start date: 2000-01-01, End date: 2001-12-31
Programme: IC-INTAS
Record Number: 66292
Last updated on: 2003-06-11
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