"COST programm" projekt V170146VLBS
V170146VLBS "Maternal Interaction with Gametes and Embryos (28.02.2008−27.02.2012)", Ülle Jaakma, Eesti Maaülikool, veterinaarmeditsiini ja loomakasvatuse instituut.
Maternal Interaction with Gametes and Embryos
Maternal Interaction with Gametes and Embryos
Teadus- ja arendusprojekt
COST programm
ETIS klassifikaatorAlamvaldkondCERCS klassifikaatorFrascati Manual’i klassifikaatorProtsent
3. Terviseuuringud3.2. VeterinaarmeditsiinB750 Veterinaarmeditsiin, kirurgia, füsioloogia, patoloogia, kliinilised uuringud 4.3 Veterinaaria100,0
COST AssociationBelgia Kuningriikfond
28.02.2008−27.02.20120,00 EUR
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The main objective of the Action was to establish a network of European researchers working on different aspects of maternal interaction with gametes and embryo in different species to advance towards creation of a so called Interactome map of cell-to-cell interactions as well as endo- and paracrine interactions between gametes, embryos and female reproductive tract during different stages of reproductive cycle and pregnancy at health and under disturbed maternal nutrition and metabolism. Mechanisms of interactions of gametes or embryos with their maternal environment are important biological filters limiting reproductive success, both in livestock and the human. Although several aspects of the gamete/embryo-maternal interactome have been studied, there is so far no systematic analysis of this biological module. Such an ambitious task can obviously not be fulfilled by an individual laboratory or discipline. Thus the present COST Action aimed at joining laboratories from European member states with excellent expertise in the fields of reproductive biology and biotechnology with state-of-the-art technology and methods in transcriptomics, proteomics, metabolomics and systems biology. The Action intended to promote capacity-building of young researchers in this growing field by providing opportunities for further development and education via providing focused, inter-disciplinary workshops, an inter-disciplinary training school and the creation of working groups for different lines of research among the components of the consortium. This novel approach will further strengthen the already leading position of Europe in the field of reproductive biology and animal production. Knowledge of the gametes/embryo-maternal interactome will facilitate novel approaches for improving the efficiency and safety of assisted reproduction techniques.Further novel molecular markers of fertility will help to improve the fertility of livestock population by genomic selection and thus provide unique competitive advantages to the European animal breeding industry. Finally, this knowledge has cross-disciplinary applications in human health and of immense importance for future public health in European countries.
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Tartu ÜlikoolpartnerEesti Vabariikülikool
AgResearch LtdpartnerUus-Meremaaettevõtehttp://www.agresearch.co.nz/
Agricultural Biotechnology InstitutepartnerUngari VabariikTA asutushttp://www.abc.hu/en/
Agricultural Research Organization, Volcani CenterpartnerIisraeli RiikTA asutushttp://www.agri.gov.il/en/home/default.aspx
Center for Pharmacological and botanical Studies, CEFYBOpartnerArgentina VabariikTA asutus
Ghent UniversitypartnerBelgia Kuningriikülikool
Hebrew University of JerusalempartnerIisraeli Riikülikool
Institut national de la recherche agronomique (INRA; National Institute of Agricultural Research)partnerPrantsuse VabariikTA asutus
Institute of Animal Reproduction and Food Research of Polish Academy of SciencespartnerPoola VabariikTA asutus
Institute of Molecular and Cell Biology of RosariopartnerArgentina VabariikTA asutus
Justus Liebig University GiessenpartnerSaksamaa Liitvabariikülikool
Ludwig-Maximilian University of Munich partnerSaksamaa Liitvabariikülikool
Martin Luther University of Halle-WittenbergpartnerSaksamaa Liitvabariikülikool
National Agriculture Research Foundation (NAGREF) Veterinary Research InstitutepartnerKreeka VabariikTA asutus
Saints Cyril and Methodius University of SkopjepartnerMakedoonia Vabariikülikool
Swedish University of Agricultural SciencespartnerRootsi Kuningriikülikool
ZSL - Zoological Society of LondonpartnerSuurbritannia ja Põhja-Iiri ÜhendkuningriikTA asutus
The Institute of Animal Science of Lithuanian University of Health SciencespartnerLeedu Vabariikülikool
The Institute of the Animal Physiology of the Slovak Academy of SciencespartnerSlovaki VabariikTA asutus
The National Center for Scientific Research (CNRS)partnerPrantsuse VabariikTA asutus
Universidade Técnica de LisboapartnerPortugali Vabariikülikool
Université catholique de LouvainpartnerBelgia Kuningriikülikool
University College DublinpartnerIirimaaülikool
University of AntwerppartnerBelgia Kuningriikülikool
University of CopenhagenpartnerTaani Kuningriikülikool
University of GenevapartnerŠveitsi Konföderatsioonülikool
University of LjubljanapartnerSloveenia Vabariikülikool
University of LleidapartnerHispaania Kuningriikülikool
University of MilankoordinaatorItaalia Vabariikülikool
University of MurciapartnerHispaania Kuningriikülikool
University of SheffieldkoordinaatorSuurbritannia ja Põhja-Iiri Ühendkuningriikülikool
University of SouthamptonpartnerSuurbritannia ja Põhja-Iiri Ühendkuningriikülikool
University of SydneypartnerAustraaliaülikool
University of Zagreb, Faculty of Veterinary MedicinepartnerHorvaatia Vabariikülikool
University of TeramopartnerItaalia Vabariikülikool
University of ThessalypartnerKreeka Vabariikülikool
University of Warmia and Mazury in OlsztynpartnerPoola Vabariikülikool
University of Veterinary Medicine HanoverpartnerSaksamaa Liitvabariikülikool
University of Veterinary Medicine, ViennapartnerAustria Vabariikülikool
Utrecht UniversitypartnerMadalmaade Kuningriikülikool