PhD Scientific Days 2019

Budapest, April 25–26, 2019

Poster presentations: Molecular sciences

Balogh, Dóra Bianka
SGLT2 inhibitors are renoprotective via minimizing tubular hypoxia and protein O-GlcNAcylation
Nagy, Nikolett
Next-generation sequencing-based molecular analysis of urachal adenocarcinomas
Székely, Virág
A NOVEL FLUORESCENCE-BASED ASSAY TO CHARACTERIZE TRANSPORTERS INVOLVED IN HEPATIC DETOXIFICATION
Sahin-Tóth, Judit
Staphylococus aureus carriage in companion animals and owners
Csányi, Mária Csilla
ELECTROSTATIC INTERACTIONS OF MULTIMER GLYCOPROTEIN: AFM EXAMINATION
Csizmarik, Anita
Identification of proteins with potential involvement in enzalutamide resistance of prostate cancer
Sumánszki, Csaba
The relationship between body composition, bone mineral density and nutritional status in adult phenylketonuria: A cross-sectional study
Zsigrai, Sára
CHANGES OF DNA METHYLATION AND GENOMIC INTEGRITY DURING COLORECTAL CARCINOMA DEVELOPMENT – DNA REMETHYLATION OF CELL CULTURES WITH METHYL DONOR SUPPLEMENTATION
Szigeti, Krisztina
Investigation of global DNA methylation alterations on tissue and liquid biopsy samples of patients with colorectal diseases
Sinkovits, György
Investigation of the ADAMTS13 c.3178C>T mutation in hereditary and acquired thrombotic thrombocytopenic purpura
Balázs, Andrea
Aeromonas: an old genus with a new perspective
Margita, Márton
Studying the dynamical characteristic of PERK targets choosing between life and death upon endoplasmic reticulum stress
Kuti, Dániel
The role of brown adipose tissue in blood glucose regulation at different ambient temperatures
Janszky, Noémi
Identification of a novel pathogenic factor in atypical hemolytic uremic syndrome
Varga, Lívia
Thrombomodulin gene polymorphism differentially influence hematopoietic stem cell transplantation depending on graft type, conditioning and immunosuppression
Kretzer, Balázs
DNA-porphyrin binding mechanism investigated by single-molecule force spectroscopy
Kiss, Norbert
MORPHOLOGICAL CHARACTERIZATION OF THE CONNECTIVE TISSUE OF EHLERS-DANLOS SYNDROME-AFFECTED SKIN UTILIZING NONLINEAR MICROSCOPY IMAGING TECHNIQUES