Den otevřených dveří 4. 11. 2016

International Conference on Cell Biology and Radiobiology

The International Conference on Cell Biology and Radiobiology is being organized by the Institute of Biophysics, v.v.i., in Brno in 8th – 10th September 2016.

New publications

Analysis of plastid and mitochondrial DNA insertions in the nucleus (NUPTs and NUMTs) of six plant species: size, relative age and chromosomal localization

Michalovova, M., Vyskot, B., Kejnovsky, E.

Directional Sensing of Protein Adsorption on Titanium with a Light-Induced Periodic Structure

Penttinen, N., Silvennoinen, M., Hason, S., Silvennoinen, R.

Circular Dichroism Spectroscopy of DNA: From Duplexes to Quadruplexes

Vorlickova, M., Kejnovska, I., Bednarova, K., Renciuk, D., Kypr, J.

Apoptosis inhibitor 5 (API-5; AAC-11; FIF) is upregulated in human carcinomas in vivo

Koci, L., Chlebova, K., Hyzdalova, M., Hofmanova, J., Jira, M., Kysela, P., Kozubik, A., Kala, Z., Krejci, P.

QM/MM Studies of Hairpin Ribozyme Self-Cleavage Suggest the Feasibility of Multiple Competing Reaction Mechanisms

Mlynsky, V., Banas, P., Walter, NG., Sponer, J., Otyepka, M.
Further publications

Selected results

Novel strategies of labeled nucleic acids construction and their application in electrochemical DNA sensing

Collaboration with the group of M. Hocek at the IOCB ASCR in Prague resulted in development of novel facile techniques of enzymatic construction of modified nucleic acids.

Strukturní vlastnosti DNA - nositelky genetické informace

Jedním z renomovaných světových pracovišť, systematicky a dlouhodobě se zabývajících studiem strukturních vlastností nukleových kyselin je laboratoř Prof. RNDr. Michaely Vorlíčkové, DrSc. 

Plant Genetics in Brno

Unfolding/denaturation and aggregation of proteins viewed by electrochemical methods

Pioneering work of the group headed by prof. E. Paleček in the field of electrochemical analysis of proteins based on their electrocatalytic activity giving rise to “peak H”.

Sensitive and specific analysis of purine nucleobases, metabolites and drugs with mechanically roughened carbon electrodes

At mechanically roughened carbon electrodes, excellent separation of oxidation peaks of uric acid, xanthine, hypoxanthine, adenine, guanine, allopurinol and oxypurinol was attained.

Further results