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A Szegedi Biológiai Kutatóközpont "Straub-Napok" rendezvénye - a több éves kényszerszünet után – 2023-ban újra a hagyományoknak megfelelően kerül megtartásra. A rendezők minden érdeklődőt szeretettel várnak.

A rendezvény kiemelt témája ezévben az evolúcióbiológia; az előadások témái lefedik az evolúciókutatás mind elméleti, mind alkalmazott aspektusait és bemutatják, hogy lehet az evolúciós megközelítéseket felhasználni a biológia régi és új nagy kérdéseinek megválaszolására, valamint akár gomba biotechnológiával és rákkutatással kapcsolatos innovatív projektekben is.

Az SZBK "Straub-Napok 2023" rendezvénye a Szegedi Biológiai Kutatóközpont és a Hungarian Centre of Excellence of Molecular Medicine társszervezésében kerül megrendezésre.

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elso nap 2023. május 25. csütörtök
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09:00 – 09:05
Nagy Ferenc
(Szegedi Biológiai Kutatóközpont, Szeged)
Megnyitó
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09:05 – 09:20
Nagy Ferenc
(Szegedi Biológiai Kutatóközpont, Szeged)
Főigazgatói beszámoló
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09:20 – 09:35
Ludányiné Tamás Anikó
(Szegedi Biológiai Kutatóközpont, Szeged)
Gazdasági beszámoló
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09:35 – 09:50
Hotchkiss Alapítvány, Qualitas Biologica Alapítvány és SZBK kiváló dolgozója díjazottak bemutatása és díjátadója
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09:50 – 10:00
Szünet
Chairman: Ferenc Nagy
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10:00 – 10:30
László Nagy
(Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, St. Petersburg and University of Debrecen, Debrecen)
How macrophages harm and heal skeletal muscle: lessons from snake bites help understand and treat Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy
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10:30 – 11:00
László G. Nagy
(Institute of Biochemistry, BRC, Szeged)
Repeated evolutionary transitions in the fungal world
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11:00 – 11:30
Gergely János Szöllősi
(Institute of Physics and Astronomy, Eötvös Lorand University, Budapest)
Using protein language models to understand sequence evolution
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11:30 – 12:00
Gábor Boross
(Department of Biology, Stanford University, Stanford)
In vivo landscape of tumor suppressor interactions in lung adenocarcinoma
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12:00 – 13:00
Lunch break
Chairman: László Zimányi
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13:00 – 13:30
Gergő Porkoláb1,2, Mária Mészáros1, Anikó Szecskó1, Judit P Vigh1,2, Fruzsina R Walter1, Ricardo Figueiredo3, Fabien Gosselet4, Szilvia Veszelka1, Mária A Deli1
(1Institute of Biophysics, BRC, Szeged;
2Doctoral School of Biology, University of Szeged, Szeged;
3GenXPro GmbH, Frankfurt am Main;
4Laboratoire de la Barriére Hémato-Encéphalique (LBHE), Université d’Artois, Lens)
Robust induction of blood-brain barrier properties by simultaneous targeting of signaling pathways
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13:30 – 14:00
Lejla Daruka1,2, Márton Czikkely1,2, Zoltán Farkas1,2, Petra Szili1,2, Szilvia Juhász1,2, Csaba Pál1,2
(1Synthetic and Systems Biology Unit, Institute of Biochemistry, BRC, Szeged;
2National Laboratory of Biotechnology, Szeged)
Antibiotics of the future are prone to bacterial resistance
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14:00 – 14:30
Zsófia Varga1, Eszter Váradi1,2, Gergely Nagy3, Edit Kotogány4, Petros Tzerpos3, Krisztián Bene3, Dóra Bojcsuk3, Anett Mázló5, Szilárd Poliska3, Attila Bácsi5,6, László Nagy3,7, Gábor Szebeni4, Zsolt Czimmerer1
(1Laboratory of Macrophage Polarization, Institute of Genetics, BRC, Szeged;
2Doctoral School of Biology, Faculty of Science and Informatics, University of Szeged, Szeged;
3Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, Faculty of Medicine, University of Debrecen, Debrecen;
4Laboratory of Functional Genomics, BRC, Szeged;
5Department of Immunology, Faculty of Medicine, University of Debrecen, Debrecen;
6ELKH-DE Allergology Research Group, Debrecen;
7Departments of Medicine and Biological Chemistry, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, Institute for Fundamental Biomedical Research, Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital, St. Petersburg)
The unorthodox regulatory role of STAT6 and STAT1 transcription factors in macrophages
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14:30 – 15:00
Tibor Janda
(Agricultural Institute, Centre for Agricultural Research, Martonvásár)
Temperature acclimation processes in plants
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15:00 – 15:15
Coffee break
Chairman: Péter Horváth
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15:15 – 15:45
Prateek Shetty, Bernadett Pap, Attila Farkas, Gergely Maróti
(Institute of Plant Biology, BRC, Szeged)
Uncovering the molecular mechanisms underlying microalgae interactions with biotic and abiotic factors
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15:45 – 16:15
András Búzás1, Gergely T. Iványi1, Krisztina Nagy1, Ágnes Ábráhám1, Lóránd Kelemen1, Péter Galajda1, Pál Ormos1, Roberto Di Leonardo2,3, Gaszton Vizsnyiczai1,4
(1Institute of Biophysics, BRC, Szeged;
2Dipartimento di Fisica, Sapienza Università di Roma, Rome;
3NANOTEC-CNR, Soft and Living Matter Laboratory, Institute of Nanotechnology, Rome;
4Department of Biotechnology, University of Szeged, Szeged)
Flagellated microswimmers as active matter systems
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16:15 – 16:45
Xiao-Bin Liu, Zhihao Hou, Máté Virágh, Árpád Csernetics, Viktória Bense, Manish Pareek, Hongli Wu, Zsolt Merényi, Botond Hegedüs, László G. Nagy
(Institute of Biochemistry, BRC, Szeged)
Conserved transcription factors regulate the simple to complex multicellular transition in mushroom-forming fungi
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16:45 – 17:15
Judit Tóth
(Institute of Enzymology, Research Centre for Natural Sciences, Budapest)
DNA precursor metabolism and genomic integrity
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17:15 – 18:00
Poster session
elso nap 2023. május 26. péntek
Chairman: Miklós Erdélyi
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9:00 – 9:30
Erika Gábor1, Blanka Perenyei-Gerecs1,2, Bayan Kharrat1,2, Ede Migh3, Attila Beleon3, Péter Horváth3, Bence Széplaki4, Márton Enyedi4, Lajos Pintér4, Lajos Haracska4, Balázs Vedelek5, Viktor Honti1
(1Drosophila Blood Cell Differentiation Group, Institute of Genetics, BRC, Szeged;
2Faculty of Science and Informatics, University of Szeged, Szeged;
3Laboratory of Microscopic Image Analysis and Machine Learning, Institute of Biochemistry, BRC, Szeged;
4Laboratory of Mutagenesis and Carcinogenesis Research, Institute of Genetics, BRC, Szeged;
5Laboratory of Actin Cytoskeleton Regulation, Institute of Genetics, BRC, Szeged)
Post-transcriptional analysis of Drosophila blood cells
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9:30 – 10:00
Éva Kondorosi
(Institute of Plant Biology, BRC, Szeged)
Biological nitrogen fixation: a path to sustainable agriculture
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10:00 – 10:30
Attila-Gergely Végh1, Katalin Csonti1,2,3, Csilla Fazakas1, Kinga Molnár1, Imola Wilhelm1,4, István A. Krizbai1,4
(1Institute of Biophysics, BRC, Szeged;
2Doctoral School of Physics, University of Szeged, Szeged
3Semilab Semiconductor Physics Laboratory Co. Ltd., Budapest;
4Institute of Life Sciences, Vasile Goldiş Western University, Arad)
The force awakens: interaction of brain seeking metastatic tumor cells with the neurovascular unit
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10:30 – 11:00
Christoph W. Sensen
(Hungarian Centre of Excellence for Molecular Medicine, Szeged)
HCEMM in 2023: switching from construction to production mode
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11:00 – 11:15
Coffee Break
Chairman: Imre Vass
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11:15 – 11:45
Gábor Apjok1,2, András Asbóth1,2, Tóbiás Sári1,2, Lilla Barna2,3, Szilvia Juhász1, Ildikó Lantos1, Mária Deli3, Andrey Shkoporov4, Bálint Kintses1
(1Synthetic and Systems Biology Unit, Institute of Biochemistry, BRC, Szeged;
2Doctoral School of Biology, University of Szeged, Szeged;
3Department of Biophysics, University of Szeged, Szeged;
4APC Microbiome Ireland & School of Microbiology, University College Cork, Co. Cork)
Genetic rewiring of phages for augmented therapeutic applications against antibiotic-resistant pathogens
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11:45 – 12:15
Hasan Mamar1,2, Eva Pinto1,3, Alexandra Mihut1,3, Anna Kopasz1,3, Mihály Mérey1,3, Roberta Fajka-Boja1, Gyula Timinszky1
(1Laboratory of DNA Damage and Nuclear Dynamics, Institute of Genetics, BRC, Szeged;
2Doctoral School of Biology, Faculty of Science and Informatics, University of Szeged, Szeged;
3Doctoral School of Multidisciplinary Medical Science, Faculty of Medicine, University of Szeged, Szeged)
The role of DNA polymerase epsilon accessory subunits POLE3 and POLE4 in PARP inhibitor sensitivity
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12:15 – 12:45
Magdolna Gombos1, Cécile Raynaud2, Eszter Molnár1, Dóri Bernula1, Fruzsina Nagy1,5, Xiaoning He2, Hidekazu Iwakawa3, Erika Őszi1, Jing An2, Csaba Papdi4, Clara Bergis2, Moussa Benhamed2, László Bögre4, Masaki Ito3, Zoltán Magyar1
(1Institute of Plant Biology, BRC, Szeged;
2Université Paris-Saclay, CNRS, INRAE, Université Evry, IPS2, Gif-sur-Yvette;
3School of Biological Science and Technology, College of Science and Engineering, Kanazawa University, Kanazawa;
4Royal Holloway, University of London, Department of Biological Sciences, Egham;
5Doctoral School in Biology, University of Szeged, Szeged;
6College of Bioscience and Biotechnology, Chubu University, Kasugai)
The canonical E2Fs together with RETINOBLASTOMA-RELATED are required to establish quiescence during plant development
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12:45 – 13:15
Róbert Horváth
(Research Institute for Technical Physics and Materials Science, Centre for Energy Research, Budapest)
Label-free single-cell biosensing and manipulation
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13:15 – 14:15
Lunch break
Chairman: Tamás Fehér
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14:15 – 14:45
Sándor Valkai, Dániel Petrovszki, Fruzsina R. Walter, Judit P. Vígh, Anna E. Kocsis, Mária A. Deli, András Dér
(Institute of Biophysics, BRC, Szeged)
Could the SARS-CoV-2 S1 subunit cross the blood-brain barrier? -- a lab-on-a-chip model study
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14:45 – 15:00
Arijit Sarkar1, Argha Mitra1, Szabolcs Dvorácskó1, Tamás Milán Nagy2,3, László Bence Farkas2,3, Márk Racskó4, Mária Harmati5, Krisztina Buzás5, Balázs István Tóth4, Zoltán Lipinszki6, Katalin E. Kövér2,3, Attila Borics1
(1Laboratory of Chemical Biology, Institute of Biochemistry, BRC, Szeged;
2Department of Inorganic and Analytical Chemistry, University of Debrecen, Debrecen;
3MTA-DE Molecular Recognition and Interaction Research Group, University of Debrecen, Debrecen;
4Department of Physiology, Faculty of Medicine, University of Debrecen, Debrecen;
5Lendület Laboratory of Microscopic Image Analysis and Machine Learning, Institute of Biochemistry, BRC, Szeged;
6Lendület Laboratory of Cell Cycle Regulation, Institute of Biochemistry, BRC, Szeged)
The role of correlated motions of conserved polar motifs and the binding modes of agonists in the activation mechanism of G protein-coupled receptors
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15:00 – 15:15
Walliyulahi Ajibola1,2, Roland Tengölics1,3, Csaba Tömböly4, Éva Klement3,5, Zsuzsanna Darula3,5, Tamás Fehér1,2
(1Synthetic and Systems Biology Unit, Institute of Biochemistry, BRC, Szeged;
2National Laboratory of Biotechnology, Szeged;
3Core Facilities, BRC, Szeged;
4Laboratory of Biological Chemistry, Institute of Biochemistry, BRC, Szeged;
5Single Cell Omics Advanced Core Facility, Hungarian Centre of Excellence for Molecular Medicine, Szeged)
Isolation and engineering of soil bacteria producing novel antimicrobial peptides
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15:15 – 15:45
Áron Szabó1, Virág Vincze1,2, Aishwarya Sanjay Chhatre1,3, Sarolta Bognár1, Katalin Eszter Varga1, Poulami Banik1, András Jipa1, Adél Harmatos-Ürmösi1, Lukas J. Neukomm4, Gábor Juhász1,5
(1Lysosomal Degradation Research Group, Institute of Genetics, BRC, Szeged;
2Faculty of Science and Informatics, University of Szeged, Szeged;
3Doctoral School of Biology, Faculty of Science and Informatics, University of Szeged, Szeged;
4Department of Fundamental Neurosciences, University of Lausanne, Lausanne;
5Department of Anatomy, Cell and Developmental Biology, Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest)
LC3-associated phagocytosis promotes glial degradation of axon debris after injury
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15:45 – 16:15
Anita Hajdu1, Dóra V. Nyári1,2, Dániel Silhavy1, Ferenc Nagy1, László Kozma-Bognár1,3
(1Institute of Plant Biology, BRC, Szeged;
2Doctoral School of Biology, University of Szeged, Szeged;
3Department of Genetics, Faculty of Science and Informatics, University of Szeged, Szeged)
Identification of a conserved serine residue critical for the catalytic activity of UBIQUITIN-SPECIFIC PROTEASE 12, a modulator of the plant circadian clock
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16:15 – 17:00
Poster session
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19:00 –
Conference dinner
Posters
INSTITUTE OF BIOCHEMISTRY
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The role of correlated motions of conserved polar motifs and the binding modes of agonists in the activation mechanism of G protein-coupled receptors
Arijit Sarkar1, Argha Mitra1, Szabolcs Dvorácskó1, Tamás Milán Nagy2,3, László Bence Farkas2,3, Márk Racskó4, Mária Harmati5, Krisztina Buzás5, Balázs István Tóth4, Zoltán Lipinszki6, Katalin E. Kövér2,3, Attila Borics1
(1Laboratory of Chemical Biology, Institute of Biochemistry, BRC, Szeged;
2Department of Inorganic and Analytical Chemistry, University of Debrecen, Debrecen;
3MTA-DE Molecular Recognition and Interaction Research Group, University of Debrecen, Debrecen;
4Department of Physiology, Faculty of Medicine, University of Debrecen, Debrecen;
5Lendület Laboratory of Microscopic Image Analysis and Machine Learning, Institute of Biochemistry, BRC, Szeged;
6Lendület Laboratory of Cell Cycle Regulation, Institute of Biochemistry, BRC, Szeged)
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Unannotated genes regulate fruiting body morphogenesis of the Basidiomycota model organism Coprinopsis cinerea
Csenge Földi1, Zsolt Merényi1, László Galgóczi2, László G. Nagy1
(1Institute of Biochemistry, BRC, Szeged;
2Department of Biotechnology, University of Szeged, Szeged)
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DS4H Image Alignment (DS4H-IA), an open-source ImageJ/Fiji plugin for aligning multimodality 2D microscopy images
Filippo Piccinini1,2, Vincenzi Fabio3, Iorio Matteo3, Marcella Tazzari1, Maria Maddalena Tumedei1, Jae-Chul Pyun4, Enrico Giampieri2, Giovanni Martinelli1, Gastone Castellani2 , Antonella Carbonaro5
(1IRCCS Istituto Romagnolo per lo Studio dei Tumori (IRST) “Dino Amadori”, Meldola (FC);
2Department of Medical and Surgical Sciences (DIMEC), University of Bologna, Bologna;
3Student, Computer Science and Engineering, University of Bologna, Bologna;
4Department of Materials Science & Engineering, Yonsei University, Seoul;
5Department of Computer Science and Engineering (DISI), University of Bologna, Bologna)
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Plk4 is a novel substrate of Protein phosphatase 5
Edit Ábrahám1, Zsuzsánna Réthi-Nagy1, Péter Vilmos2, Rita Sinka3, Zoltán Lipinszki1
(1Institute of Biochemistry, BRC, Szeged;
2Institute of Genetics, BRC, Szeged;
3Department of Genetics, University of Szeged, Szeged)
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Protein phosphatase 4 is required for Centrobin function in DNA damage repair
Zsuzsánna Réthi-Nagy1,2, Edit Ábrahám1, Rita Sinka3, Szilvia Juhász1, Zoltán Lipinszki1
(1Institute of Biochemistry, BRC, Szeged;
2Doctoral School of Biology, University of Szeged, Szeged;
3Department of Genetics, University of Szeged, Szeged)
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Investigation of gene regulatory networks underlying pattern formation in Coprinopsis cinerea
Hongli Wu, Xiao-Bin Liu, Torda Varga, Máté Virágh, Zhihao Hou, Zsolt Merényi, Botond Hegedüs, László G. Nagy
(Synthetic and Systems Biology Unit, BRC, Szeged)
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What does the evolution of the mammalian metabolome reveal about human diseases?
Lilla Széles1, István Magyary1, Orsolya Liska1,2,3, Balázs Szappanos1,2,4, Balázs Papp1,2
(1Synthetic and Systems Biology Unit, Institute of Biochemistry, BRC, Szeged;
2HCEMM-BRC Metabolic Systems Biology Lab, Szeged;
3Doctoral School of Biology, University of Szeged, Szeged;
4Department of Biotechnology, University of Szeged, Szeged)
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Exploring tail fiber diversity and compatibility among Caudovirales using comparative genomics
András Asbóth1,2, Tamás Stirling1, Bálint Márk Vásárhelyi1, Gábor Apjok1, Eszter Ari1,2, Victor Klein De Sousa3, Bálint Kintses1
(1Institute of Biochemistry, BRC, Szeged;
2Department of Genetics, Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest;
3Novo Nordisk Foundation Center for Protein Research, University of Copenhagen, Copenhagen)
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The effect of HSPB 1,rexpression on obesity-induced inflammation and cardiovascular dysfunctions in a mouse model of hyperlipidemia
Zsófia Ruppert1,2, Márta Sárközy3, Brigitta Dukay1, Bettina Rákóczi1, Petra Hajdu1, Gergő Szűcs3, Tamás Csont3, Zsolt Török1, Miklós Sántha1, Melinda E. Tóth1
(1Institute of Biochemistry, BRC, Szeged;
2Doctoral School of Biology, University of Szeged, Szeged;
3MEDICS Research Group, Department of Biochemistry, University of Szeged Albert Szent-Györgyi Medical School, Szeged)
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Exploring the evolutionary dependencies between antibiotic resistance and virulence genes in Escherichia coli
Eszter Ari1,2,4, Enikő Kiss1, Bálint Vásárhelyi1, Gergely Fekete1, Tamás Stirling1, Ágoston Hunya1, Barnabás Pintér1, Bálint Kintses1,3, Balázs Papp1,4
(1Institute of Biochemistry, BRC, Szeged;
2Department of Genetics, Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest;
3Translational Microbiology Research Group, HCEMM-BRC, Szeged;
4Metabolic Systems Biology Lab, HCEMM-BRC, Szeged)
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HCS-3DX, a new generation of customizable imaging 3D high-content screening
Ákos Diósdi1,2, Filippo Piccinini3,4, Mária Harmati1, Tímea Tóth1,2, István Grexa1,5, Bálint Schrettner1, Krisztina Buzás1,6, Péter Horváth1,7,8
(1Synthetic and Systems Biology Unit, BRC, Szeged;
2Doctoral School of Biology, University of Szeged, Szeged;
3IRCCS Istituto Romagnolo per lo Studio dei Tumori (IRST) “Dino Amadori”, Meldola (FC);
4Department of Medical and Surgical Sciences (DIMEC), University of Bologna, Bologna;
5Doctoral School of Interdisciplinary Medicine, University of Szeged, Szeged;
6Department of Immunology, University of Szeged, Szeged;
7Institute for Molecular Medicine Finland, University of Helsinki, Helsinki;
8Single-Cell Technologies Ltd., Szeged)
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The Proteomic Map of Mitosis in Human Tumor Tissue
Zsanett Zsófia Iván1,2, Vivien Miczán1, István Grexa1,3, Réka Hollandi1, Farkas Sükösd4, Andreas Mund5, Frederik Post5, Matthias Mann5, Péter Horváth1,6,7
(1Synthetic and Systems Biology Unit, BRC, Szeged;
2Doctoral School of Biology, University of Szeged, Szeged;
3Doctoral School of Interdisciplinary Medicine, University of Szeged, Szeged;
4Department of Pathology, University of Szeged, Szeged;
5The Novo Nordisk Foundation Center for Protein Research, University of Copenhagen, Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences, Copenhagen;
6Institute for Molecular Medicine Finland, University of Helsinki, Helsinki;
7Single-Cell technologies Ltd., Szeged)
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Developing a selection method to identify CRISPR knock-in clones
Péter Tóth1, Péter István Kulcsár1,2, Ervin Welker1,2
(1Institute of Enzymology, Research Centre for Natural Sciences, Budapest;
2Institute of Biochemistry, BRC, Szeged)
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Investigating the effects of guide RNA self-complementarity on prime editing
Balázs Csoma1,2, Dorottya Anna Simon1,3, Ervin Welker1,4
(1Institute of Enzymology, Research Centre for Natural Sciences, Budapest;
2Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest;
3School of Ph.D. Studies, Semmelweis University, Budapest;
4Institute of Biochemistry, BRC, Szeged)
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Unsupervised multimodal image registration with deep learning for biomedical microscopy
István Grexa1,2, Zsanett Zsófia Iván1,3, Ede Migh1, Ferenc Kovács1,4, Hella A. Bolck5, Xiang Zheng6, Andreas Mund6, Vivien Miczán1, Krisztian Koós1, Peter Horvath1,4,7
(1Synthetic and Systems Biology Unit, BRC, Szeged;
2Doctoral School of Interdisciplinary Medicine, University of Szeged, Szeged;
3Doctoral School of Biology, University of Szeged, Szeged;
4Single-Cell Technologies Ltd., Szeged;
5Department of Pathology and Molecular Pathology, University Hospital Zürich, Zürich;
6Novo Nordisk Foundation Center for Protein Research, Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences, University of Copenhagen, Copenhagen;
7Institute for Molecular Medicine Finland (FIMM), Helsinki Institute of Life Science, University of Helsinki, Helsinki)
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Fluorescent colony detection and analysis using custom-made hardware and software
Bence Bognár2, Balázs Tari1, Terézia Kovács1, Máté Farkas2, Viktória Lázár1
(1Institute of Biochemistry, BRC, Szeged;
2Info-bionics Engineer MSc, University of Szeged, Szeged)
INSTITUTE OF BIOPHYSICS
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Microfluidic trapping for single cell analysis
Ágnes Ábrahám1,2, Krisztina Nagy1, László Dér1, Eszter Széles3, Szilvia Z. Tóth3, Milán Szabó3, Rebeka Kiss1,4, Gaszton Vizsnyiczai1, Lóránd Kelemen1, Péter Galajda1
(1Institute of Biophysics, BRC, Szeged;
2Doctoral School of Multidisciplinary Medical Sciences, University of Szeged, Szeged;
3Institute of Plant Biology, BRC, Szeged;
4Institute of Physics, University of Szeged, Szeged)
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Trapping single bacterial cells using optical tweezers
Rebeka Kiss1,2, Krisztina Nagy1, Gaszton Vizsnyiczai1, Ágnes Ábrahám1,3, László Dér1, Péter Galajda1
(1Institute of Biophysics, BRC, Szeged;
2Institute of Physics, University of Szeged, Szeged;
3Doctoral School of Multidisciplinary Medical Sciences, University of Szeged, Szeged)
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Elastic microtools for the collection, observation and interaction of non-adherent single cells
Gergely T. Iványi1, Botond Nemes1, Tibor Zelenyánszki1, Jana Kubacková2, Zoltán Tomori2, Gregor Bánó3, Gaszton Vizsnyiczai4, Lóránd Kelemen4
(1Faculty of Science and Informatics, University of Szeged, Szeged;
2Department of Biophysics, Institute of Experimental Physics SAS, Košice;
3Department of Biophysics, P. J. Šafárik University, Košice;
4Institute of Biophysics, BRC, Szeged)
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Examining Hofmesiter-active anion diffusion through glycocalyx constituent chondroitin sulfate layers in light of hydration properties
Zoltán Násztor, András Dér
(Institute of Biophysics, BRC, Szeged)
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Targeting human endothelial cells with glutathione and ala-nine increases the crossing of a polypeptide nanocarrier through a blood-brain barrier model and entry to human brain organoids
Mária Mészáros1, Thi Ha My Phan2, Judit P. Vigh1,3, Gergő Porkoláb1,2, Anna Kocsis1, Emese K. Páli1, Tamás F. Polgár1,4, Fruzsina R. Walter1, Silvia Bolognin5, Jens C. Schwamborn5, Jeng Shiung Jan2, Mária A. Deli1, Szilvia Veszelka1
(1Institute of Biophysics, BRC, Szeged;
2Department of Chemical Engineering, National Cheng Kung University, Tainan;
3Doctoral School of Biology, University of Szeged, Szeged;
4Theoretical Medicine Doctoral School, University of Szeged, Szeged;
5Luxembourg Centre for Systems Biomedicine, University of Luxembourg, Belvaux)
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Investigation of nanoparticles targeted with the viral peptide PepH3 on a culture model of the blood-brain barrier
Anikó Szecskó1, Mária Mészáros1, Gergő Porkoláb1,2, Vera Neves3, Marco Cavaco3, Miguel A.R.B. Castanho3, Mária A. Deli1, Szilvia Veszelka1
(1Institute of Biophysics, BRC, Szeged;
2Doctoral School of Biology, University of Szeged, Szeged;
3Instituto de Medicina Molecular, Faculdade de Medicina, Universidade de Lisboa, Lisboa)
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N,N-dimethyltryptamine shows a protective effect against oxygen-glucose deprivation in a culture model of the blood-brain barrier
Judit P. Vigh1,2, Marcell László3, Anna Kocsis1, Zsófia Hoyk1, Fruzsina R. Walter1, Sándor Nardai3, Zoltán Nagy3, Mária A. Deli1
(1Institute of Biophysics, BRC, Szeged;
2Doctoral School of of Biology, University of Szeged, Szeged;
3Department Section of Vascular Neurology, Heart and Vascular Center, Semmelweis University, Budapest)
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Improving phage efficiency, host range and suppressing bacterial phage resistance through phage evolutionary training
Sarshad Koderi Valappil1, Prateek Shetty2, Tamás Polgár3, Tamás Kovács4, Gábor Rákhely1,3
(1Department of Biotechnology, University of Szeged, Szeged;
2Institute of Plant Biology, BRC, Szeged;
3Institute of Biophysics, BRC, Szeged;
4Department of Biotechnology, Nanophagetherapy Center, Enviroinvest Corp., Pécs)
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Happy marriage across the Evolution: Methanogenic Archaea and Anaerobic Fungi
Etelka Kovács1,3, Csilla Szűcs1,3, Zoltán Bagi1,2,3, Gábor Rákhely2,3 Kornél L. Kovács1,3
(1Institute of Plant Biology, BRC, Szeged;
2Institute of Biophysics, BRC, Szeged;
3Department of Biotechnology, University of Szeged, Szeged)
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Antifungal activity of rationally designed γ-core peptide derivatives of ascomycetous antifungal proteins
John K Karemera1,2, Györgyi Váradi3, Gábor K Tóth3,4, Gábor Rákhely1,5, László Galgóczy1,6
(1Department of Biotechnology, University of Szeged, Szeged;
2Doctoral School of Biology, University of Szeged, Szeged;
3Department of Medical Chemistry, Albert Szent-Györgyi Medical School, University of Szeged, Szeged;
4MTA-SZTE Biomimetic Systems Research Group, University of Szeged, Szeged;
5Institute of Biophysics, BRC, Szeged;
6Institute of Biochemistry, BRC, Szeged)
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Machine learning analysis of ultrafast fluorescence kinetics of NADH conformations in solutions
Áron Sipos, Ferenc Sarlós, Rita Nagypál, László Zimányi, Géza Groma
(Institute of Biophysics, BRC, Szeged)
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Spectral and redox properties of a recombinant mouse cytochrome b561 protein suggest transmembrane electron transfer function
Alajos Bérczi1, Zsuzsanna Márton1, Krisztina Laskay1, András Tóth1,2, Gábor Rákhely1,2, Ágnes Duzs1,2, Krisztina Sebők-Nagy1, Tibor Páli1, László Zimányi1
(1Institute of Biophysics, BRC, Szeged;
2Department of Biotechnology, University of Szeged, Szeged)
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Intergration of endothelial precursor cells into the brain vasculature
Attila E. Farkas1, Lam Tri Duc1,2, Claudine Kieda3,4, Claude Nicolau5,6, István Krizbai1
(1Institute of Biophysics, BRC, Szeged;
2Doctoral School of Biology, University of Szeged, Szeged;
3Laboratory of Molecular Oncology and Innovative Therapies, Military Institute of Medicine, Warsaw;
4Centre for Molecular Biophysics, UPR 4301,S, Orleans;
5ALSaTECH, Inc., Boston;
6Friedman School of Nutrition Science and Policy, Tufts University, Boston)
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Activation of the NLRP3 inflammasome in peritumoural astrocytes augments proliferation of breast cancer cells in the brain
Ádám Mészáros1, Kinga Molnár1, Csilla Fazakas1, Adél Lüvi1, László Tiszlavicz2, Attila E. Farkas1, István A. Krizbai1, Imola Wilhelm1
(1Institute of Biophysics, BRC, Szeged;
2Department of Pathology, University of Szeged, Szeged)
INSTITUTE OF GENETICS
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Cluster analysis of Drosophila blood cells in primary cultures
Bernadett Benyhe-Kis1,2, Eszter Váradi1,2, Erika Gábor1, Zsolt Czimmerer1, Viktor Honti1
(1Laboratory of Macrophage Polarization, Institute of Genetics, BRC, Szeged;
2Doctoral School of Biology, Faculty of Science and Informatics, University of Szeged, Szeged)
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Investigating the role of YY1,ociated Factor 1, neural differentiation
Emese Bélai1,2, Lili Adorján1, Melinda Katalin Pirity1
(1Laboratory of Embryonic and Induced Pluripotent Stem Cells, Institute of Genetics, BRC, Szeged;
2Department of Biology, Faculty of Science and Informatics, University of Szeged, Szeged)
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Exploring the nuclear functions and nuclear presence of actin via in vivo methods
Péter Borkúti1, Ildikó Kristó1, Anikó Szabó1, Zoltán Kovács1,2, Erika Gábor1, Réka Benke1, Viktor Honti1, Péter Vilmos1
(1Laboratory of Drosophila Nuclear Actin Research, Institute of Genetics, BRC, Szeged; 2Doctoral School of Multidisciplinary Medical Science, Albert Szent-Györgyi Medical School, University of Szeged, Szeged)
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Single-cell RNA-seq reveals heterogeneous distribution of senescent canine mesenchymal stem cells
Emese Deng1,2, Erda Qorri1,2, Márton Zsolt Enyedi3, Bertalan Takács1,2, Éva Szabó-Kriston3 , Valéria Szukacsov1, Lajos Pintér3, Lajos Haracska1,3
(1HCEMM-BRC Mutagenesis and Carcinogenesis Research Group, Institute of Genetics, BRC, Szeged;
22Doctoral School of Interdisciplinary Medical Sciences, Faculty of Science and Informatics, University of Szeged, Szeged;
3Delta Bio 2000 Ltd., Szeged)
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Studying the role of an unknown protein in premature ageing in Caenorhabditis elegans model organism
Bernadette Hotzi1,2, Lili Hegedűs1, Sara Afzali1,3, Dzsenifer Török1,4, Nargis Karatayeva1,3, Tibor Vellai2, Lajos Haracska5, Péter Burkovics1
(1Laboratory of Replication and Genome Stability, Institute of Genetics, BRC, Szeged; 2Department of Genetics, Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest;
3Doctoral School of Biology, Faculty of Science and Informatics, University of Szeged, Szeged;
4Department of Biology, Faculty of Science and Informatics, University of Szeged, Szeged;
5Laboratory of Mutagenesis and Carcinogenesis Research, Institute of Genetics, BRC, Szeged)
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The effect of G-quadruplex stabilization on the genome stability
Karatayeva Nargis1,2, Lili Hegedűs1, Arindam Bhattacharjee3, Ádám Póti4, Gábor Juhász3 , Dávid Szűts4, Péter Burkovics1
(1Laboratory of Replication and Genome Stability, Institute of Genetics, BRC, Szeged;
2Doctoral School of Biology, Faculty of Science and Informatics, University of Szeged, Szeged;
3Lysosomal Degradation Research Group, Institute of Genetics, BRC, Szeged;
4Institute of Enzymology, Research Center of Natural Sciences, Budapest)
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LINE-1 ORF-1 protein, an emerging biomarker of solid tumors - a study based on human tumor bank data
Khaldoon Sadiq Ahmed Abdullah1,2, Réka Karkas1,2, Gabriella Pankotai-Bodó3, Sükösd Farkas3, Mátés Lajos1
(1Laboratory of Cancer Genome Research, Institute of Genetics, BRC, Szeged;
2Doctoral School of Multidisciplinary Medical Sciences, Faculty of Medicine, University of Szeged, Szeged;
3Department of Pathology, Faculty of Medicine, University of Szeged, Szeged)
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A novel function for Myeloid leukemia factor (Mlf) and two of its partners in maintaining blood cell progenitors in the larval lymph gland of Drosophila melanogaster
Bayan Kharrat1,2, Nikolett Virág1,3, Viktor Honti1
(1Drosophila Blood Cell Differentiation Group, Institute of Genetics, BRC, Szeged;
2Doctoral School of Biology, Faculty of Science and Informatics, University of Szeged, Szeged;
3Department of Biology, Faculty of Science and Informatics, University of Szeged, Szeged)
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RYBP determines cardiac cell fates by regulating mesoderm formation
Lilla Kókity1,2, Lívia Vajda1,3, Melinda Katalin Pirity1
(1Laboratory of Embryonic and Induced Pluripotent Stem Cells, Institute of Genetics, BRC, Szeged;
2Doctoral School of Biology, Faculty of Science and Informatics, University of Szeged, Szeged;
3Department of Biology, Faculty of Science and Informatics, University of Szeged, Szeged)
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The nuclear import of the Drosophila Moesin protein is regulated by cytoplasmic retention
Zoltán Kovács1,2, Csaba Bajusz1, Ildikó Kristó1, Péter Borkúti1, Anikó Szabó1, Réka Benke1, Péter Vilmos1
(1Laboratory of Drosophila Nuclear Actin Research, Institute of Genetics, BRC, Szeged;
2Doctoral School of Multidisciplinary Medical Science, Albert Szent-Györgyi Medical School, University of Szeged, Szeged)
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Moesin functions in the nucleus as a new member of the Mediator complex
Ildikó Kristó1, Zoltán Kovács1, Péter Borkúti1, Anikó Szabó1, Zoltán Lipinszki2, Aladár Pettkó-Szandtner3, Péter Vilmos1
(1Laboratory of Drosophila Nuclear Actin Research, Institute of Genetics, BRC, Szeged;
2Lendület Laboratory of Cell Cycle Regulation, Institute of Biochemistry, BRC, Szeged;
3Laboratory of Proteomics, BRC, Szeged)
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Transdifferentiation of phagocytic blood cells to encapsulating multinucleated giant hemocytes in Drosophila
Lilla Magyar1,2, Gyöngyi Cinege1, Attila Kovács3, Zita Lerner1,2, Gábor Juhász3, David Lukacsovich4, Jochen Winterer4, Tamás Lukacsovich4, Zoltán Hegedűs5, Éva Kurucz1, Dan Hultmark6, Csaba Földy4, István Andó1
(1Innate Immunity Group, Institute of Genetics, BRC, Szeged; 2Doctoral School of Biology, Faculty of Science and Informatics, University of Szeged, Szeged;
3Department of Anatomy, Cell and Developmental Biology, Faculty of Science, Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest;
4Laboratory of Neural Connectivity, Brain Research Institute, University of Zurich, Zurich;
5Laboratory of Bioinformatics, BRC, Szeged;
6Department of Molecular Biology, Umeå University, Umeå)
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Pawsing to Compare: A comprehensive screen of the canine genome against the CellAge Database
Erda Qorri1,2, Emese Deng1,3, Bertalan Takács1,2, Márton Zsolt Enyedi4,5, Lajos Pintér4, Lajos Haracska1,4
(1HCEMM-BRC Mutagenesis and Carcinogenesis Research Group, Institute of Genetics, BRC, Szeged;
2Doctoral School of Biology, Faculty of Science and Informatics, University of Szeged, Szeged;
3Doctoral School of Interdisciplinary Sciences, Faculty of Medicine, University of Szeged, Szeged;
4Delta Bio 2000 Ltd., Szeged;
5Single Cell Omics Advanced Core Facility, Hungarian Centre of Excellence for Molecular Medicine, Szeged)
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Investigation of the effects of small molecules that inhibit PCNA monoubiquitination in human cells
Ádám Sánta1,2, Alexandra Gráf1, Ernő Kiss1, Lajos Haracska1
(1HCEMM-BRC Mutagenesis and Carcinogenesis Research Group, BRC, Szeged;
2Doctoral School of Biology, Faculty of Science and Informatics, University of Szeged, Szeged)
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ERM protein Moesin shows nucleus-specific interaction with transposon silencing factor Panoramix
Anikó Szabó1, Ildikó Kristó1, Péter Borkúti1, Zoltán Kovács1,2, Réka Benke1,3, Péter Vilmos1
(1Laboratory of Drosophila Nuclear Actin Research, Institute of Genetics, BRC, Szeged;
2Doctoral School of Multidisciplinary Medical Science, Albert Szent-Györgyi Medical School, University of Szeged, Szeged;
3Faculty of Science and Informatics, University of Szeged, Szeged)
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The devil in the details: Eliminating false metagenomic classification with a novel algorithm
Bertalan Takács1,2, Gábor Jaksa3, Erda Qorri1,2, Zoltán Gyuris3, Lajos Pintér3, Lajos Haracska1,3
(1HCEMM-BRC Mutagenesis and Carcinogenesis Research Group, Institute of Genetics, BRC, Szeged;
2Doctoral School of Biology, Faculty of Science and Informatics, University of Szeged, Szeged;
3Delta Bio 2000 Ltd., Szeged)
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The unorthodox role of STAT6 transcription factor in the alternatively polarized macrophages
Eszter Váradi1,2, Zsófia Varga1, Gergely Nagy3, Csaba Bajusz1, Miklós Erdélyi1, László Nagy3,4, Zsolt Czimmerer1
(1Laboratory of Macrophage Polarization, Institute of Genetics, BRC, Szeged;
2Doctoral School of Biology, Faculty of Science and Informatics, University of Szeged, Szeged;
3Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, Faculty of Medicine, University of Debrecen, Debrecen;
4Departments of Medicine and Biological Chemistry, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, Institute for Fundamental Biomedical Research, Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital, St. Petersburg)
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Transcriptional and epigenetic bases of the distinct Cd274 (Pdl1) and Pdcd1lg2 (Pdl2) expression pattern in differently polarized murine macrophages
Zsófia Varga1, Eszter Váradi1,2, Márta Tóth3, Anett Mázló3, Attila Bácsi3,4, László Nagy5,6, Gábor Szebeni7, Bálint Csörgő8, Bence Dániel9, Zsolt Czimmerer1
(1Laboratory of Macrophage Polarization, Institute of Genetics, BRC, Szeged;
2Doctoral School of Biology, Faculty of Science and Informatics, University of Szeged, Szeged;
3Department of Immunology, Faculty of Medicine, University of Debrecen, Debrecen; 4ELKH-DE Allergology Research Group, Debrecen;
5Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, Faculty of Medicine, University of Debrecen, Debrecen;
6Departments of Medicine and Biological Chemistry, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, Institute for Fundamental Biomedical Research, Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital, St. Petersburg;
7Laboratory of Functional Genomics, BRC, Szeged;
8Institute of Biochemistry, BRC, Szeged;
9Department of Pathology, Stanford University, Stanford)
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Glial responses to acute neurodegeneration
Virág Vincze1,2, Aishwarya Sanjay Chhatre1,3, Zsombor Esküdt1,2, Gábor Juhász1,4, Áron Szabó1
(1Lysosomal Degradation Research Group, Institute of Genetics, BRC, Szeged;
2Faculty of Science and Informatics, University of Szeged, Szeged;
3Doctoral School of Biology, Faculty of Science and Informatics, University of Szeged, Szeged;
4Department of Anatomy, Cell and Developmental Biology, Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest)
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A new link between the orthologue of HECA, Headcase, and reactive oxygen species (ROS) in the Drosophila lymph gland
Nikolett Virág1,2, Bayan Kharrat1,3, Erika Gábor1, Rita Sinka4, Ferenc Jankovics5, Viktor Honti1
(1Drosophila Blood Cell Differentiation Group, Institute of Genetics, BRC, Szeged;
2Department of Biology, Faculty of Science and Informatics, University of Szeged, Szeged;
3Doctoral School of Biology, Faculty of Science and Informatics, University of Szeged, Szeged;
4Department of Genetics, Faculty of Science and Informatics, University of Szeged, Szeged;
5Laboratory of Drosophila Germ Cell Differentiation, Institute of Genetics, BRC, Szeged)
INSTITUTE OF PLANT BIOLOGY
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Automated macro imaging – synchronised sample manipulation and image acquisition.
Félix Schubert1,2, Gábor Steinbach1
(1Cellular Imaging Laboratory, Core Facilities, BRC, Szeged;
2Department of Mineralogy, Geochemistry and Petrology, Faculty of Science and Informatics, University of Szeged, Szeged)
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Construction of ORFeome based two-hybrid libraries of Sinorhizobium meliloti: identification of putative bacterial targets of the symbiotic plant peptide NCR247
Csaba Gellért1,2, Edit Ábrahám1, Kata R. Mikuláss1, Attila Szűcs1, Hilda Tiricz1, Zoltán Kevei1, Svetlana N. Yurgel3, Michael L. Kahn3, Éva Kondorosi1, Attila Kereszt1
(1Institute of Plant Biology, BRC, Szeged;
2Doctoral School of Biology, University of Szeged, Szeged;
3Institute of Biological Chemistry and School of Molecular Biosciences, Washington State University, Pullman WA)
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Manifestation of the triploid hybrid vigor in the biomass production of energy willow plants under salt stress
Zoltán Zombori1, Szabolcs Török1, Bettina Nagy1, Nikolett László1, László Sass1, Mihály Jancsó2, Gábor Szabó3, Feríz Rádi4, Györgyi Ferenc1, Csaba Gyuricza5, Dénes Dudits1
(1Institute of Plant Biology, BRC, Szeged;
2Research Center for Irrigation and Water Management, Institute of Environmental Sciences, Hungarian University of Agriculture and Life Sciences, Szarvas;
3Research Center for Irrigation and Water Management, Laboratory for Environmental Analytics, Hungarian University of Agriculture and Life Sciences, Szarvas;
4Kiskun Research Center Ltd., Kiskunhalas;
5Institute of Plant Production Sciences, Hungarian University of Agriculture and Life Sciences, Gödöllő)
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Cationic polymer induced plasmid or oligonucleotide uptake into maize protoplasts and CRISPR/Cas9 mutagenesis
Bettina Nagy1, Aysegul Oktem2, Györgyi Ferenc1, Ditta Ungor3, Aladina Kalac2, Ildikó Kelemen-Valkony1,2, Elfrieda Fodor4, Dénes Dudits1, Ferhan Ayaydin1,5
(1Institute of Plant Biology, BRC, Szeged;
2Laboratory of Cellular Imaging, Core Facilities, BRC, Szeged;
3Department of Physical Chemistry and Materials Science, University of Szeged, Szeged;
4Institute of Biochemistry, BRC, Szeged;
5Hungarian Centre of Excellence for Molecular Medicine (HCEMM) Nonprofit Ltd., Szeged)
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Investigation of the growth and morphology of the coral endosymbiont algae, Symbiodiniaceae, using microfluidic methods
Zoltán Szabó1,2, Milán Szabó1, László Sass1, Krisztina Nagy3, Ágnes Ábrahám3, Péter Galajda3 and Imre Vass1
(1Institute of Plant Biology, BRC, Szeged;
2Institute of Biology, Faculty of Science and Informatics, University of Szeged, Szeged;
3Institute of Biophysics, BRC, Szeged)
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Phenotyping of cyanobacteria and microalgae using non-invasive biophysical and physiological methods
Zalán Tóth-Nyári1,2, Miklós Hovári1, László Sass1, Milán Szabó1, Imre Vass1
(1Institute of Plant Biology, BRC, Szeged;
2Institute of Biology, Faculty of Science and Informatics, University of Szeged, Szeged)
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PHT4-3, a novel chloroplastic phosphate transporter in Chlamydomonas reinhardtii
Dávid Tóth1,2, Soujanya Kuntam1, Áron Ferenczi3, Éva Herman1, László Kovács1, Martin C. Jonikas4,5, Attila Molnar3, Szilvia Z. Tóth1
(1Institute of Plant Biology, BRC, Szeged;
2Doctoral School of Biology, University of Szeged, Szeged;
3Institute of Molecular Plant Sciences, School of Biological Sciences, University of Edinburgh;
4Department of Molecular Biology, Princeton University, Lewis Thomas Laboratory, Princeton;
5Howard Hughes Medical Institute, Princeton University, Lewis Thomas Laboratory, Princeton)
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Sustainable H2 production at varying light conditions and at the intensity of sunlight by thin cell layer cultures of Chlamydomonas reinhardtii
Zsombor Dabosi1,2, Anna Podmaniczki1, László Kovács1, Szilvia Z. Tóth1, Valéria Nagy1
(1Institute of Plant Biology, BRC, Szeged;
2Institute of Biology, Faculty of Science and Informatics, University of Szeged, Szeged)
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Photosynthetic electron transport in a highly exoelectrogenic strain of the green alga Parachlorella kessleri
Nia Petrova, Soujanya Kuntam, Tünde Tóth, Gergely Maróti, Szilvia Z. Tóth
(Institute of Plant Biology, BRC, Szeged)
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Cell cycle inhibitor RETINOBLASTOMA-RELATED controls cell size in Arabidopsis
Rasik Shiekh Bin Hamid1,2, Zoltán Magyar1
(1Institute of Plant Biology, BRC, Szeged;
2Doctoral School of Biology, University of Szeged, Szeged)
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Studying the expression of E2F-RBR during Brassica leaf development
Fruzsina Nagy1,2, Eszter Molnár1, Zoltán Magyar1
(1Institute of Plant Biology, BRC, Szeged;
2Doctoral School of Biology, University of Szeged, Szeged)
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Growth dynamics of Synechococcus elongatus PCC7942
Sarolta Nagyapáti1,2, Dima Deeb1,2, Sai Divya Kanna1, Aladár Pettkó-Szandtner3, László Szilák4, Bettina Ughy1
(1Institute of Plant Biology, BRC, Szeged;
2Doctoral School of Biology, University of Szeged, Szeged;
3Laboratory of Proteomics Research, Core Facilities, BRC, Szeged;
4Szilak Laboratory Ltd., Szeged)
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Plant cell immunolocalization and the use of advanced imaging techniques at HCEMM Advanced Core Facility
Divya Teja Dondapati1, Joanna Porankiewicz Asplund 2, Ferhan Ayaydin 1,3
(1Functional Cell Biology and Immunology Advanced Core Facility, HCEMM, Szeged;
2Agrisera AB, Vännäs;
3Institute of Plant Biology, BRC, Szeged)
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A simplified GoldenGate cloning system
János Barnabás Biró1, Kristóf Kecskés1,2, Zita Szegletes1, Berivan Güngör1, Péter Kaló 1,3, Attila Kereszt1
(1Institute of Plant Biology, BRC, Szeged;
2Doctoral School of Biology, University of Szeged, Szeged;
3Institute of Genetics and Biotechnology, Hungarian University of Agriculture and Life Sciences, Gödöllő)
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Targeted mutagenesis of Medicago truncatula Nodule-specific Cysteine-rich (NCR) genes using Agrobacterium rhizogenes-mediated CRISPR-Cas9 system
János Barnabás Biró1,2,3, Berivan Güngör2, Ágota Domonkos2, Péter Kaló1,2
(1Institute of Plant Biology, BRC, Szeged;
2Institute of Genetics and Biotechnology, Hungarian University of Agriculture and Life Sciences, Gödöllő;
3Doctoral School of Biology, Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest)
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Medicago truncatula UDP-glycosyltransferase UGT73F3 is involved in root and nodule development
Bilguun Tsenddorj1,2, Szilárd Kovács1, Ágota Domonkos3, Attila Kereszt1, Gabriella Endre1 , Péter Kaló1,3
(1Institute of Plant Biology, BRC, Szeged;
2Doctoral School of Biology, University of Szeged, Szeged;
3Institute of Genetics and Biotechnology, Hungarian University of Agriculture and Life Sciences, Gödöllő)
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Investigation of Dalbergoid nodule formation and nodulation genes in Amorpha fruticosa with particular interest on infection threads
Benedikta Balla1, Rui Lima1, Krisztián Laczi1,2, Ildikó Domonkos1, Roland Patai3, Tamás Polgár3, Attila Kereszt1
(1Institute of Plant Biology, BRC, Szeged;
2Department of Biotechnology, Faculty of Science and Informatics, University of Szeged, Szeged;
3Institute of Biophysics, BRC, Szeged)
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Lipid polymorphism in Photosystem II membranes – Evidence of the role of isotropic lipid phase in membrane fusions
Kinga Böde1,2, Ottó Zsíros1, Ondřej Dlouhý3, Uroš Javornik4, Avratanu Biswas1,2, Primož Šket4, Janez Plavec4,5,6, Vladimír Špunda3, Petar H Lambrev1, Bettina Ughy1, Győző Garab1,3
(1Institute of Plant Biology, BRC, Szeged; 2Doctoral School of Biology, University of Szeged, Szeged;
3Faculty of Science, University of Ostrava, Ostrava;
4National Institute of Chemistry, Ljubljana;
5EN-FIST Center of Excellence, Ljubljana;
6Faculty of Chemistry and Chemical Technology, University of Ljubljana, Ljubljana)
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Modelling of energy transfer and photochemical quenching in cyanobacteria at room temperature
Avratanu Biswas1,2, Parveen Akhtar1, Ivo H M van Stokkum3, Petar H Lambrev1
(1Institute of Plant Biology, BRC, Szeged;
2Doctoral School of Biology, University of Szeged, Szeged;
3Department of Physics and Astronomy and LaserLaB Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, Amsterdam)