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PROJECT NUMBER • 2012-750
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SCRC: RTG: Visit to the laboratory of Professor Douglas Tocher (Institute of Aquaculture, University of Stirling, Scotland) to undertake collaborative research into the lipid and polyunsaturated fatty acid (PUFA) metabolism of Southern Bluefin Tuna

The purpose of this grant was to undertake collaborative research into the lipid and polyunsaturated fatty acid (PUFA) metabolism of Southern Bluefin Tuna (SBT) using a SBT cell line that was recently produced. This project followed an international trend towards increasing fish oil replacement in...
ORGANISATION:
Flinders University
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PROJECT NUMBER • 2012-716
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SCRC: PhD Extension : RNA interference (RNAi) as a means to control Neoparamoeba perurans, the causative agent of amoebic gill disease (AGD). (Student: Paula Lima)

RNA interference has emerged as a powerful tool for rapid analysis of gene function in non-model organisms and has the potential to identify candidate targets for interventions against diseases of economic importance to aquaculture. The main purpose of the study was to use functional and comparative...
ORGANISATION:
Flinders University
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PROJECT NUMBER • 2012-714
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SCRC: PDRS: Use of next generation DNA technologies for revealing the genetic impact of fisheries restocking and ranching

Several initiatives by the Australian Seafood CRC’s Future Harvest theme involve some form of stocking or enhancement of fisheries. In Western Australia, populations of Roe’s Abalone (Haliotis roei) are currently being restocked after the occurrence of a catastrophic mortality event,...
ORGANISATION:
Flinders University
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PROJECT NUMBER • 2011-758
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SCRC: Developing efficient diagnostic tools for assessing resistance to viral infection in abalone and oysters

The project examined the genetic basis of antiviral resistance in oysters and abalone in response to the significant disease threats posed by oyster and abalone herpesviruses. Laboratory-based systems for the growth and assay of such viruses are problematic. The project undertook to measure the...
ORGANISATION:
Flinders University
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PROJECT NUMBER • 2011-753
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SCRC: SCRC RTG Implementation of PhD research to industry partner Simplot Australia (Student:  Sam He)

The objective of this research travel grant was to develop Australian Seafood CRC PhD student Shan He's professional knowledge of transferring laboratory-scale results to a pre-commercial food model for industry benefit, and also build his professional skills and industry experience. After one and...
ORGANISATION:
Flinders University
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