ATLANTIC SALMON RESEARCH AND MS-OMICS’ CONTRIBUTION
First of all congratulations to Carlo C. Lazado and colleagues on the publication of their article about the effects of crowding to the responses of salmon to peracetic acid (PAA).
MS-Omics has contributed to a study with Nofima and DTU (the Technical University of Denmark) who completed a study of peracetic acid and its effect on Atlantic salmon. The study found that the metabolomic changes were affected mainly by crowding and sampling time, and not by PAA exposure.
In this publication https://lnkd.in/e_dKrx9! on Elsevier/ScienceDirect you can read more about the study and how it was carried out. Please note that access may be required to read the full article.
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