Working Group 1

Proteomics and Animal Health - The focus of Working Group 1 will be on research relevant to animal health covering biomarkers of infectious, parasitic and metabolic diseases, and genetic phenotype detection for breeding toward production goals as well as for resistance to disease.  It will be expected to interact with and be fully integrated with investigations into other aspects of farm animal science such as reproduction, metabolic, microbiology, parasitology, virology, immunology and nutrition.  Learn More

Working Group 2

Proteomics of Food of Animal Origin- The focus of Working Group 2 is to communicate fundamental research in proteomics related to food production, quality and food safety. Applying proteomics to food of animal origin aims at  understanding the protein based transformations that take place during processing, as when muscle is processed into meat products, and milk is processed to cheese and other dairy products.  Learn more

Working Group 3

Advancing Methodology for Farm Animal Proteomics - The focus of Working Group 3 is on the technical aspects of animal proteomics, from sample collection/preparation to protein separation, identification, and quantification in production animal body fluids, tissues and post harvest derived products. We compile knowledge from the COST members to develop generally applicable protocols for different types of specimens, offer technical support to the other WGs and highlight technological advances within the field of farm animal proteomics (FAP).  Learn More

Participants from Bulgaria



MC Member

Trakia UniversityFaculty of Veterinary Medicine
Section of Biochemistry Student Campus
6000 Stara Zagora

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