AQUA-FAANG aims to understand the link between the genetic code and traits of commercial importance of the 6 most farmed fish species (Turbot, European Seabass, Gilthead Seabream, Atlantic Salmon Rainbow Trout and the Common Carp) better. It supports finfish aquaculture’s ongoing growth and sustainability by generating high-quality maps of fish genomes to elucidate information on the expression of biological traits, improving our understanding of the basis for fish health and new tools and approaches to enhance disease resistance. A white paper will be written to highlight how the AQUA-FAANG datasets can advance aquaculture.
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