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Deutsche Welthungerhilfe e. V.

HERE COMES THE CHICKEN APP

  • 3 Million
  • Zimbabwe
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HERE COMES THE CHICKEN APP
Company Name Deutsche Welthungerhilfe e. V.
Funded By 38
Country Zimbabwe , Southern Africa
Project Value 3 Million
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As it is so much cheaper than beef, the consumption of chicken in Zimbabwe has risen steeply in recent years. This project helps smaller producers remain competitive with larger vendors. The entire fowl value chain is growing while also meeting social and environmental goals (green growth). Specially-trained integrators offer professional services to farmers via a consulting app. Lessons include how to produce animal feed more efficiently in order to lower costs. Feb 2019 project start Jan 2023 end of project 1,768,197 € Project Budget 2019 3,407,672 € Overall project budget

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Deutsche Welthungerhilfe e. V.

GOOD STARTING CONDITIONS FOR CHILDREN

  • 380,568
  • Kenya
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GOOD STARTING CONDITIONS FOR CHILDREN
Company Name Deutsche Welthungerhilfe e. V.
Funded By 29
Country Kenya , Eastern Africa
Project Value 380,568
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In the north of Kenya the nutrition situation is critical, and children in particular often suffer from malnutrition and undernourishment. This is due to the increasing frequency of extreme weather as well as unbalanced nutrition and a lack of access to hygiene and healthcare. This project provides women of child-bearing age with the latest information about how to give their children a more balanced diet and take care of hygiene. The women also receive other support, e.g. to set up vegetable gardens or breed chickens. Jan 2018 project start Dec 2019 end of project 187,080 € Project Budget 2018 380,568 € Overall project budget

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Deutsche Welthungerhilfe e. V.

THE ALMOST SELF-SUFFICIENT ORPHANAGE

  • 126,988
  • Kenya
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THE ALMOST SELF-SUFFICIENT ORPHANAGE
Company Name Deutsche Welthungerhilfe e. V.
Funded By 107
Country Kenya , Eastern Africa
Project Value 126,988
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Southeast of the Kenyan capital Nairobi lies the Matuu Vision Centre for orphans and vulnerable children. Welthungerhilfe supports the 390 children of this day care centre and school in the drought-stricken region. The project provides them with a healthy and varied diet. For example, vitamin-rich vegetables can be grown in several new greenhouses. Investments were also made in several dairy cows and a chicken farm. The surplus can be sold. The centre is also supported in filling and selling its own well water. Dec 2018 project start Dec 2020 end of project 63,494 € Project Budget 2018 126,988 € Overall project budget

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Deutsche Welthungerhilfe e. V.

POULTRY FARMING ENSURES FOOD AND INCOME

  • 2 Million
  • Burkina Faso
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POULTRY FARMING ENSURES FOOD AND INCOME
Company Name Deutsche Welthungerhilfe e. V.
Funded By 107
Country Burkina Faso , Western Africa
Project Value 2 Million
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In the least developed central north of Burkina Faso, people can now professionalise their chicken farming. Welthungerhilfe mainly supports women and young people working individually or in groups who are already active in various areas of this sector. The supply chain is analysed and better organised. In addition to rearing, processing (eggs and meat) and marketing, it is also a matter of ensuring a good supply of chickens, the suppliers of feed and the involvement of local government agencies. Nov 2017 project start Dec 2022 end of project 428,654 € Project Budget 2017 2,149,318 € Overall project budget

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Deutsche Welthungerhilfe e. V.

FOOD SECURITY VS. POPPY PRODUCTION

  • 2 Million
  • Afghanistan
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FOOD SECURITY VS. POPPY PRODUCTION
Company Name Deutsche Welthungerhilfe e. V.
Funded By 107
Country Afghanistan , Southern Asia
Project Value 2 Million
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Project ID AFG 1183-19 Welthungerhilfe has already achieved a lot in eastern Afghanistan’s Nangarhar Region, such as convincing over 800 poppy farmers to switch to producing rose oil. Despite continual conflict, this region has the potential to offer its products to the national market. This project trains farmers to profitably and sustainably cultivate vegetables and keep fish ponds. Women work in kitchen gardens, raise chickens, and handle food processing. Demonstration areas and radio campaigns also help to educate people on topics such as measures for soil protection and pest control. Jan 2019 project start Feb 2022 end of project 872,222 € Project Budget 2019 2,000,000 € Overall project budget

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Union Economique et Monétaire Ouest Africaine (UEMOA)

Project for the installation of Poultry Industrial Slaughterhouses in Ivory Coast (PAV-CI)

  • 17,164 Trillion
  • Cote D'Ivoire (Ivory Coast)
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Project for the installation of Poultry Industrial Slaughterhouses in Ivory Coast (PAV-CI)
Company Name Union Economique et Monétaire Ouest Africaine (UEMOA)
Funded By 107
Country Cote D'Ivoire (Ivory Coast) , Western Africa
Project Value 17,164 Trillion
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CORRIDORS MANAGEMENT PLAN FOR THE RING OF GROWTH IN WEST AFRICA (WAGRI-CACAO) 1. TITLE: Project for the installation of Poultry Industrial Slaughterhouses in Ivory Coast (PAV-CI) 2. COUNTRIES OF INTERVENTION: CÔTE DIVOIRE 3. INTERVENTION AREA: Korhogo, Man, Daloa, Bondoukou, Songon, Anyama and Bouake 4. AREAS OF INTERVENTION: Agribusiness 5. Strategic focus of the management plan: 6.JUSTIFICATION OF THE PROJECT: In June 2012, the Ivorian Government adopted a Strategic Plan for the Revival of Poultry 2012-2021 (PSRA 2012-2021) with the overall objective of ensuring food sovereignty in poultry products. This plan aims to achieve, by 2020, a production of 60 000 tonnes of poultry meat and 1.678 billion units of consumption eggs against respectively 18 000 tonnes and 780 million units in 2012. In 2017, despite the lack of investment, the poultry industry has been able to reach the production of about 52,000 tons of meat. The current analysis of the issue of insufficient production reveals: (i) the marketing difficulties of products related to the large share of the informal circuit and the low pre-market transformation of products, (ii) inadequate sanitary and hygienic quality of poultry products; and (iii) insufficient investment in the Ivorian poultry sector. With regard to marketing difficulties, the absence of modern slaughterhouses that can accommodate any poultry from any poultry farmer on the territory maintains the sale of live poultry. This increases the time of rearing broilers, requires additional maintenance costs of livestock and affects the number of rotation and reduces the profits of producer and therefore the profitability of the farm. Indeed, the chicken being sold in live poultry unit, its price does not evolve according to its duration on the farm. In addition, the sale of live poultry does not guarantee a payment to the poultry farmer because the latter receives the money after the retailer has sold the order taking into account mortalities occurring during transport and on the market. In addition, the sale of live poultry on the markets poses a public health problem because of the proximity of live animals to consumers and vulnerable populations (children, pregnant women, elderly people, etc.), the lack of official sanitary and hygienic controls and product traceability. It should also be noted that deplorable sanitary and hygienic conditions in which slaughter and poultry packing operations take place in the markets. This situation increases the persistence of avian epizootics such as highly pathogenic influenza (HPAI). In Côte dIvoire, the epidemiological analysis of GAHP revealed a market prevalence of nearly 28% and the infection of all 13 communes of the District of Abidjan (DSV, FAO, June 2016) . Transformation into a modern slaughterhouse requires significant investment that allows for added value and improved competitiveness. Only two (2) operators have these units SIPRA (COQIVOIRE) and FOANI Services with a capacity of about 7,000 chickens / hour, or about 17.5 million chickens slaughtered. This represents 30% to 40% of the slaughter capacity installed in Côte dIvoire. The population of poultry farmers reached 2,200 in 2014 with herds ranging from 500 to 200,000 head and implementations reaching close to 40 million day-old meat chicks (PAPAN, IPRAVI, 2015). Moreover, the effective fight against avian influenza requires the closure of live poultry markets and the radical change in marketing channels. This option, which has become totally urgent, should focus on the total and systematic transformation of domestic production before sale to sellers and resellers and then to consumers. It has the advantage of ensuring a better protection of the professionals with regard to the disease and to guarantee the sanitary and hygienic safety of the products. It is within this framework that the Ministry of Animal and Fisheries Resources (MIRAH), through the Support Program for National Poultry Production (PAPAN), initiates the Poultry Slaughterhouses Project in Côte dIvoire ( PAV-CI) of which this document constitutes the project file. 7. MAJOR STAKEHOLDERS Project Manager: STATE / Ministry of Animal and Fisheries Resources (MIRAH) Project Management: Support Program for National Poultry Production (PAPAN) Beneficiaries: - modern and traditional poultry farmers; - traders of poultry products or chicken resellers; - industrial operators (hatters, growers and suppliers of inputs and livestock equipment, etc.); - consumers 8. STRATEGIC DIRECTIONS General Objective (Goal): The general objective of the PAV-CI is to contribute to the improvement of the commercialization of poultry products notably by the transformation of chickens into industrial slaughterhouses. Specific objectives: 1. To raise the awareness of operators of the national poultry sector of the need to market their products in a sanitary, hygienic and secure circuit; 2. Supervise the installation of modern and industrial chicken slaughterhouses covering the entire national territory 3. Mobilize private financial resources for the establishment of slaughterhouses; Expected results: The expected results of the VAP-CI are: - All local poultry farmers are sensitized and professional; - at least 50 poultry farmers and professional resellers are associated (shareholders) in slaughterhouses; - 5 Regional Councils, 1 District and 7 Municipalities are sensitized for the PAV-CI project; - 7 Societies Anonymous (SA) of industrial slaughter of poultry are created; - 7 industrial slaughterhouses are installed (1 in Daloa, 1 in Man, 1 in Bouaké, 1 in Korhogo, 1 in Bondoukou, 1 in Azaguié and 1 in Dabou); - the budgets of the seven (7) slaughterhouses are set up; - the poultry of all the poultry farmers on the Ivorian territory are bought by the slaughterhouses, transformed and distributed through the authorized retailers. Main activities : 1. Communicate around the project 2. Organize partnerships (-creation of seven poultry slaughter companies by poultry breeders and resellers; -the establishment of partnership between slaughter companies and breeders, town halls, regional councils and the district and the owners earthlings) 3. Identify the main suppliers of industrial poultry slaughter equipment 4. Coordinate the realization of studies and applications for approval (slaughterhouse technical and financial studies, environmental and social impact studies, building layout studies, application for approval to invest with CEPICI 5. Mobilize financial resources from commercial banks 6. Install the seven industrial poultry slaughterhouses in Korhogo, Tiébissou, Daloa, Man, Bondoukou, Azaguié and Dabou 7. Supervising the start of the operation of poultry slaughterhouses 8. Monitor the recovery of bank loans Environmental and social impact: Existence of an Environmental and Social Impact Assessment 9. FINANCING PLAN Estimated cost of the project: 17 163 549 161 F CFA Amount mobilized: CFAF 161,878,500 Rate: 0.94% Source Amount Financing instrument (PPP, State Budget, Loan, Other) F CFA USD State: 26,528,500 Private promoter: 135,350,000 Other (social capital of poultry slaughterhouses) Development partners: Private partners: 17,001,670,661 Loan Remaining to be mobilized: 17,001 670,661 30,912,129 B rate: 99.06% 10. DURATION - MAIN STAGES OF THE PROJECT Estimated completion time 07 years Start date: 2018 End date: 2025

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Company Name Union Economique et Monétaire Ouest Africaine (UEMOA)
Address Plateau, Avenue NOGUES - Building LA PREVOYANCE Building "B" 1st Floor - Offices 2101 and 2102 01 BP 4354 Abidjan 01 brcabidjan@uemoa.int +225 20 32 24 25 +225 20 32 24 31
Web Site http://www.uemoa.int/sites/default/files/bibliotheque/fiches_projets_cote_d-ivoire.zip

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Union Economique et Monétaire Ouest Africaine (UEMOA)

National Program for the Development of the Consumer Eggs Sector (PNDF Consumer Eggs)

  • 8,986 Billion
  • Benin
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National Program for the Development of the Consumer Eggs Sector (PNDF Consumer Eggs)
Company Name Union Economique et Monétaire Ouest Africaine (UEMOA)
Funded By 107
Country Benin , Western Africa
Project Value 8,986 Billion
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STRATEGIC AXIS OF THE MASTER PLAN: The project fits into the first strategy group of the CAOCAO Master Plan "Developing and promoting economic sectors" and impacting Strategies 1,2 and 3 PROJECT USTIFICATION: The livestock sub-sector contributes 17.48% of agricultural GDP in 2017, the average coverage rate for all animal products is 51.56%; which exceeded the target of 2017 (34%). Poultry farming in Benin is a sector that accounts for 0.4% of national GDP, but table egg production faces a number of problems that affect its competitiveness. The sector faces major constraints that the present project aims to raise, in order to produce the egg in sufficient quantity and of better quality while reducing production costs. MAJOR STAKEHOLDERS Project management: STATE (Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock and Fisheries) Project management: Territorial Agricultural Development Agency of Pole 7 (ATDA 7) Beneficiaries: Producer of food and day-old chicks, Egg producers, Processors, Exporters Other stakeholders: The Interprofession of Poultry Producers of Benin (IAB), Local Authorities, National Institute of Agricultural Research of Benin (INRAB), the Autonomous Port of Cotonou, Customs (All other structures and / or people who will be affected positively or negatively by the project) Coordination and monitoring-evaluation It is planned to set up a system for monitoring the physical and financial implementation and evaluation of the program. It will be coordinated by the monitoring and evaluation officer of the PMU. This system will be supplemented by an external monitoring and evaluation provided by the APRMs Programming and Foresight Department. STRATEGIC ORIENTATIONS General Objective (Goal): to help meet the food and nutritional needs of the population through increased levels of animal production. Specific objectives: 1. Increase the production of table eggs (Objectives or effects expected at the end of the project) 2. Improve the competitiveness of the CVA table eggs 3. Strengthen the organizational capacities of actors Expected results : Expected results : (Deliverables and effects) 1. Good quality inputs are available at reduced costs; 2. The modernization of poultry equipment is improved; 3. The marketing system for eggs and chickens for reform is reorganized; 4. An appropriate and accessible funding mechanism for actors is put in place; 5. The quality approach is promoted and formalized throughout the CVA. Main Activities: 1. Strengthen local production of quality chicks; 2. Promote business links between poultry feed manufacturers and producers of yellow and soy maize; 3. Promote the modernization of poultry farm machinery and equipment; 1. Establish a functional observatory of table egg markets; 2. Look for new markets for table eggs; 3. Support for the establishment of a cell manufacturing plant; 1. Create a specific "modern poultry funding" window at the FNDA / FNM / FNPEEJ level; 2. Support support or guarantee mechanisms for medium and long-term loans for medium and large economic operators; 3. Strengthen existing insurance schemes and set up a disaster management fund; 1. Strengthen FOs capacity for negotiation and lobbying vis-à-vis partners; 2. Promote the contractualization of business relationships between CVA stakeholders; 1. Establish an arsenal of regulatory texts covering the entire CVA table eggs (inputs, production, marketing); 2. Implement an effective quality control system for the production and distribution chain of eggs and hens; Environmental and social impact: Conscious of the consequences of this activity, the program provides for the implementation of environmental protection measures. FINANCIAL PLAN Estimated cost of the project: (Total amount needed to carry out the project) The total cost of the development program of the table eggs sector is estimated at the sum of 8.986 billion CFA francs excluding taxes and customs Amount mobilized: 00 (Amount already available) Rate: 0% Source Amount Financing instrument (PPP, State Budget, Loan, Other) F CFA USD Status: 2,875,520,000 5,751,040 Private promoter: Development partners: Private partners: 6 110 480 000 12 220 960 Remaining to be mobilized: 8,986,000,000 17,972,000 Rate: 100% Estimated completion time 48 months (Number of months required to complete the project) Start: 2019 (Estimated date) End: 2022 (Estimated date)

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Company Name Union Economique et Monétaire Ouest Africaine (UEMOA)
Address Villa n° 13, Allée 4, Résidences CEN-SAD Fadoul BP 01 BP 521 Cotonou BENIN brccotonou@uemoa.int +229 66 76 86 02 Direct Chef de Secrétariat +229 21 06 01 80 Direct Chef de Secrétariat +229 21 06 00 70 Direct RR +229 21 15 96 05 Direct AAF +229 21 06 01 80
Web Site http://www.uemoa.int/sites/default/files/bibliotheque/fiches_projets_benin.zip

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INSTITUT NATIONAL DE LA RECHERCHE AGRONOMIQUE

The regulatory GENomE of SWine and CHicken: functional annotation during development

  • 6 Million
  • France
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The regulatory GENomE of SWine and CHicken: functional annotation during development
Company Name INSTITUT NATIONAL DE LA RECHERCHE AGRONOMIQUE
Funded By 38
Country France , Western Europe
Project Value 6 Million
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GENE-SWitCH aims to deliver new underpinning knowledge on the functional genomes of two main monogastric farm species (pig and chicken) and to enable immediate translation to the pig and poultry sectors. The activation status of functional genome sequences varies across time and space, and in response to environmental perturbations. In full coordination and synergy with global effort and ongoing projects of the Functional Annotation of ANimal Genomes (FAANG) community, we will characterize the dynamics (“switches”) of the functional genome from embryo (chicken) and fetus (pig) to adult life by targeting a panel of tissues relevant to sustainable production. New expression QTL data in pigs and existing high-resolution QTL data in chicken will be used for developing innovative genomic predictive models that integrate functional annotations, and these models will be validated in commercial pig and poultry populations. In addition, nutritional epigenetic data will allow evaluation of the influence of maternal diet on the epigenome of the pig fetus and whether such effects persist until post-weaning. These open-shared datasets will conform fully with FAANG standards and add valuable knowledge on genetic and epigenetic variation of functional elements to FAANG. A comprehensive plan of dissemination and outreach activities to a large audience of stakeholders will be implemented. The GENE-SWitCH consortium brings together partners representing pan-European excellence (including the academic institutions which pioneered FAANG) and world-leading animal breeding and biotech industry in a true co-creation effort. Overall, GENE-SWitCH will contribute to the global FAANG effort considerably, demonstrate how functional annotation of genomes can foster the advancement of genomic selection for immediate benefit to the breeding industry, and produce cutting-edge research paving the way to new studies and strategies for sustainable productions.

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Company Name INSTITUT NATIONAL DE LA RECHERCHE AGRONOMIQUE
Address Rue De LUniversite 147 75338 Paris Cedex 07
Web Site https://cordis.europa.eu/project/rcn/223221/factsheet/en

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Sofina Foods

Lilydale Chicken Processing Plant

  • 34 Million
  • Canada
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Lilydale Chicken Processing Plant
Company Name Sofina Foods
Funded By 107
Country Canada , Northern America
Project Value 34 Million
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Construction of a 268,000 square foot chicken processing facility. Project is being developed by Sofina Foods, with poultry provided to Lilydale. Municipality: Calgary Sector: Industrial Type: Agriculture Schedule: 2019 - 2020 Estimated Cost: $34.0M Stage: Proposed

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Company Name Sofina Foods
Address 100 Commerce Valley Drive West Markham, Ontario L3T 0A1 Telephone: 905-747-3333
Web Site https://majorprojects.alberta.ca/details/Lilydale-Chicken-Processing-Plant/3856

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INSTYTUT BIOCHEMII I BIOFIZYKI POLSKIEJ AKADEMII NAUK

Regulation of Gene Expression by non-canonical poly(A) and poly(U) polymerases

  • 2 Million
  • Poland
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Regulation of Gene Expression by non-canonical poly(A) and poly(U) polymerases
Company Name INSTYTUT BIOCHEMII I BIOFIZYKI POLSKIEJ AKADEMII NAUK
Funded By European Union
Country Poland , Eastern Europe
Project Value 2 Million
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In eukaryotes, almost all RNA molecules are processed at their 3’ ends and most mRNAs are polyadenylated in the nucleus by canonical poly(A) polymerases (PAPs). Recently, several new non-canonical poly(A) (ncPAPs) and poly(U) polymerases (PUPs) have been discovered that have more specific regulatory roles. In contrast to canonical ones, their functions are more diverse; some induce RNA decay while others, especially cytoplasmic ncPAPs, activate translationally dormant deadenylated mRNAs. Knowledge about ncPAPs and PUPs is very scarce and there are crucial questions about their functions that need to be addressed. The project has 3 parts: 1) Functional analysis of FAM46 proteins, which, according to our preliminary data, constitute a new family of active poly(A) polymerases. FAM46C is frequently mutated in myelomas and mutations in its mouse orthologue cause anaemia, thus demonstrating important biological functions of this unexplored family of proteins. 2) Elucidation of the functions of all known vertebrate ncPAPs and PUPs (7 previously known and 4 members of FAM46 family) using the chicken DT40 cell line as a model system. DT40 has an exceptionally high rate of homologous recombination, allowing easy gene targeting and generation of multiple knockouts that facilitate the study of proteins with overlapping functions. 3) Cytoplasmic polyadenylation of dormant mRNA molecules activates translation in neurons, gametes and reticulocytes. In neurons, it occurs in axons and dendrites following synaptic stimulation while in oocytes, it is induced by progesterone. The exact impact on gene expression is not well defined due to a lack of technologies identifying cytoplasmically polyadenylated transcripts. We will develop a novel detection method for ongoing RNA polyadenylation to assess the biological significance of cytoplasmic polyadenylation. This part of the project will be developed using mouse synaptoneurosomes and then transferred to reticulocytes and possibly oocytes.

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Company Name INSTYTUT BIOCHEMII I BIOFIZYKI POLSKIEJ AKADEMII NAUK
Address PAWINSKIEGO 5A 02 106 WARSZAWA Poland
Web Site https://cordis.europa.eu/project/rcn/106869_en.html

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