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Novus International to Present Scientific Findings on Prebiotics during Aquaculture Europe 2013
Date:8/6/2013

ST. LOUIS, Aug. 6, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Aquaculture Europe 2013 will take place in Trondheim, Norway on August 9th and Novus will be present to support this important international industry conference. The theme of this year's event, Making Sense of Science, implies setting priorities for knowledge generation.

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"Novus is firmly committed to supporting the aquaculture industry, which continues to experience tremendous growth," notes Dr. Francisco Gomes, Executive Manager, Novus Aqua. "Novus embraces every opportunity it has to share the scientific research and information that is the foundation for the development of products and solutions that maximize efficiency and profitability at every stage in the aquaculture production chain."

Knowledge sharing is a key aspect of the organizational culture at Novus. "We're continually focusing on the needs of the animal and the understanding of our customer's value chain," noted Dr. Gomes. "We have invested extensive resources in the European marine fish industry. Through strategic partnerships with customers and research partners we have been able to achieve significant milestones in issues such as sea lice myxosporidia and enteritis."

Craig Browdy, Novus Executive Manager, Aquaculture Research, will be presenting a scientific abstract on Saturday, August 10th beginning at 10:50 a.m. Entitled, Mode of action and practical applications of the prebiotic PREVIDA® to improve fish health, the abstract will discuss the results of a series of in vitro, in vivo and ex vivo field and lab tests with PREVIDA®. In this research PREVIDA binded with bacterial binding receptors, which left
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