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University of Malaga

In the Department of Physical Chemistry of the University of Malaga we develop collaborations with farms that need to promote research projects in some fields to find solutions to production problems, improve product quality, improve animal welfare and ensure food safety.We have several research projects open, among which we highlight the following:- Search for preservatives and natural colorants for the substitution of nitrosamine precursors in meat products (nitrates and nitrites).- Animal welfare study for the minimization of administration of antibiotic drugs in slaughter animals.- Decrease of nitrifiers in the process of curing ham.- Preservative properties in the feed of the slaughter animal.Lines of investigation:- Search in the reduction of nitrosamines derived from the consumption of meat with preventive content in nitrates and nitrites. Decrease in nitrifiers in meat products.- Elimination / minimization in the administration of antibiotic drugs in slaughter animals

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Namık Kemal University Central Research Laboratory (NABILTEM)

We have a team of experts and qualified professionals who use the most advanced technologies to determine not only serotype and molecular identification of microorganisms that cause diseases in animals such as L.monocytogenes, E.coli O157, Salmonella spp. but also the antibiotic resistance of these microorganisms.

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Veterinary Serum and Vaccine Research Institute

The Veterinary Serum and Vaccine Research of Egypt is looking for partners in Spain for a project to develop new vaccines against animal rabies, based on Aluminum nano-adjuvants. The Spanish company must have the capacity to produce vaccines in tissue culture or nano-vaccines. Some of the tasks to be developed would be the performance of biological distribution tests in models with laboratory animals and the investigation of the potential of immunogens and the comparison of the responses to the formulations of commercially available adjuvants.This collaboration would be part of the CDTI program for bilateral cooperation with Egypt ESIP CDTI-STDF.For more information about this agreement you can contact José Manuel Durán (, manager of the cooperation programs with the Southern Mediterranean countries in CDTI.

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Institut Carnot. Laboratory GenPhySE

Symbiosis in the digestive system, Nutrition, Animal Health, Physiology, Genetics, Genetics for disease resistance, Adaptation, Selection

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Institut Carnot. Laboratory Bioepar

Epidemiology, economic impact and simulation

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Institut Carnot. Laboratory Astre

Emerging diseases, vector-host relationships

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