MAXIAQUA project highlighted in the newsletter of the Central Region Agriculture and Fisheries Directorate

MAXIAQUA is one of the applied research projects developed by CESAM that aimed to develop natural and sustainable solutions to assist in the control of parasites in different aquaculture fish, thereby improving their health management.

According to the information presented in the newsletter, this project was carried out in collaboration with the intensive aquaculture company Stolt Sea Farm, Portugal, and had an investment of 345,000 euros. The project addressed the challenges of sustainable management of diseases caused by pathogenic organisms and parasites in intensive aquaculture systems. Its research team included experts in microbiology, biochemistry, molecular and cellular biology, aquaculture, ecotoxicology, biotechnology, and engineering.

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