IMPRESS – Improved production strategies for endangered freshwater species

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Scientific Publications

According to requirements from H2020 special attention must be paid to the following:

1. All scientific publications that derive from IMPRESS must be open access (grant agreement art.no 29.2). This involves the deposition of an electronic copy of the final peer-reviewed manuscript accepted for publication in an online repository for scientific publications, such as bioRxiv. For an overview of publisher copyright policies and self-archiving please see SHERPA/RoMEO.

2. Dissemination of all results must include information on EU funding (grant agreement art.no 29.4). This involves the obligation to display the EU emblem and include the following text:

“This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under the Marie Sklodowska-Curie project IMPRESS (GA No 642893)”.

IMPRESS Scientific Publications

Nuclear and membrane progestin receptors in the European eel:

Nuclear and membrane progestin receptors in the European eel:

Morini M, Peñaranda DS, Vílchez MC, Nourizadeh-Lillabadi R, Lafont AG, Dufour S, Asturiano JF, Weltzien FA, Pérez L. Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology, Part A 207, 2017; 79–92.


Gonad histology and serum 11-KT profile during the annual reproductive cycle in sterlet sturgeon adult males

Gonad histology and serum 11-KT profile during the annual reproductive cycle in sterlet sturgeon adult males

Golpour A, Broquard C, Milla S, Dadras H, Baloch AR, Saito T, Psenicka M. Reproduction in Domestic Animals, 2017; 1–8.


Advances in Comparative Endocrinology Vol VII

Advances in Comparative Endocrinology Vol VII

Book chapters published in Advances in Comparative Endocrinology Vol VIII from the Iberian Association of Comparative Endocrinology (ISBN 978-84-16356-88-1)


Endangered Waters: saving Europes most iconic fish species

Endangered Waters: saving Europes most iconic fish species

Written by all IMPRESS students. Published in EuroScientist, Sept 21, 2016.


Gonadotropins in the Russian Sturgeon: Their Role in Steroid Secretion and the Effect of Hormonal Treatment on Their Secretion.

Gonadotropins in the Russian Sturgeon: Their Role in Steroid Secretion and the Effect of Hormonal Treatment on Their Secretion.

Yom-Din S, Hollander-Cohen L, Aizen J, Boehm B, Shpilman M, Golan M, Hurvitz A, Degani G, Levavi-Sivan B. PLoS One, 2016 Sep 13;11(9).