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Journal Biologia[IF: 0.696]
Biologia

Research activities at the Institute of Molecular Biology are focused on basic and applied investigation in the fields of molecular biology, cellular biology, microbiology and bioinformatics; especially in following areas:

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Study of mitochondrial proteolysis, structure and function of human cytomegalovirus and yeast phosphatidylinositol transfer proteins and hRyR2 calcium receptor

Study of physiological and pathological regulation of glycine and ?-amnibutyric acid (GABA) transporters in central nervous system.
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Laboratory of Neurobiology
Dr. Frantisek Jursky

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Research on molecular processes in human immune cells with the objection to produce tools to modulate these processes when imbalanced in various  diseases.
Molecular Immunology Unit
Dr. Vladimir Leksa

In silico study of amylolytic hydrolases and related enzymes in order to clarify relations in their structure, function and evolution.
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Protein Evolution
Assoc. prof. Stefan Janecek

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Bioinformatics research focused on study of gene regulation in prokaryotes and bioinformatics services.

Study of cell differentiation and regulation of secondary metabolism in Streptomyces.
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Study of biological functions of bacteriophages and phage proteins.
Working group of Genomics
Dr. Gabriela Bukovska

Study of microbial communities in traditional food products and preservation of historical objects to the biodetrioration risk.
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Study of microbial ecology and adaptations of microorganisms to environmental stress factors.

Study of programmed cell death, cell division and differentiation ion bacteria.
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Group - Microbial Genetics
Dr. Imrich Barak

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Study of biological effects of honeybee products in the wound healing process.

Biologia (section C) publishes research articles in the field of cellular and molecular biology. It covers microbial, plant and animal sciences including biochemistry, cellular and molecular biology, genomics, proteomics and bioinformatics.

EMBnet (The Global Bioinformatics Network) is an international organization consisting of national and specialized nodes, which supports bioinformatics services in Europe and around the world.
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EMBnet Slovakia
Dr. Lubos Klucar