NEW FRONTIERS IN SUSTAINABLE AQUACULTURE: CELL LINES DERIVED FROM THE RAINBOW TROUT INTESTINE FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF AN ARTIFICIAL INTESTINE
- June 29, 2021
- aquaculture industryin vitro testsJournalrainbow troutsustainabilitytissue engineeringUniMi
One of the main goals of aquaculture research is to develop new feed formulations, which do not contain fish proteins, to...
Latest Fish-AI publication: Preparation of Biological Scaffolds and Primary Intestinal Epithelial Cells to Efficiently 3D Model the Fish Intestinal Mucosa
- March 1, 2021
- aquaculture industryin vitro testsJournalrainbow troutsustainabilitytissue engineeringUGentUniMi
Project Fish-AI was invited to publish in the Methods in Molecular Biology, Springer Protocols’ special edition on Next Generation Culture Platforms...
Latest Fish-AI publication: STEM CELLS IDENTIFIED IN THE FISH INTESTINE
Stem cells drive the renewal of tissues and organs balancing their wear and tear. Intestine is no exception and its inner...
Israeli Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development meets Fish-AI project
The Fish-AI project was introduced to the new Israeli Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development, Mr. Alon Schuster, on his visit...
XPECT-INX, a spin-off project from the Polymer Chemistry & Biomaterials research group
There’s an inspiring team standing behind every Fish-AI partner. UGent partner is lucky enough not only to have a motivating team...