Project Overview

Project Acronym:


Project title:

Food safety: Significant reduction of Campylobacter in chickens

Project Facts:

Start date: 1 May 2016
Time to completion: 36 months
Total cost for all parts: EUR 1,068,671
Coordinator: Jon Mar Bjornsson, Director of Gene Technology, ORF Genetics

The CytoCam Consortium consists of three partners; two SMEs and one university.

Consortium Partners

ORF Genetics Ltd.

As the coordinator and the main partner, ORF Genetics is involved in all work packages and responsible for the coordination of the project.

ORF Genetics Ltd. is an innovative company committed to economicallu viable and enabling solutions for the production of recombinant proteis such as growth factors and cytokines using its Orfeus expression system.

Technical University of Denmark

The role of DTU Food is to take part in the experimental feeding studies as well as the analysis of results and mathematical modelling required for the development of a decisino support system for cost-benefit analysis on the use of the feed additive.

DTU Food. The National Food Institute researchers and communicates sustainable and value-adding solutions in the areas of food and health for the benefit of society and inustry.

Hugin Expert A/S

The role of HUGIN in CytoCam is to deliver technology for Bayesian networks and to take part in the development of a decision support system deployed as an app enabling farmers to perform cost-benefit analysis using a handheld device.

HUGIN EXPERT is a world leader in providing tools and services for Bayesian networks.


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