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The mission of the Department is to advance the recent and longstanding education in medicine and life sciences with high quality instrumentation for research investigators in biomedical applications. That prepares our students for their medical profession ensured with modern and innovative approach. Biomedical research is realized in new-fashioned equipped laboratories (for stem cell and neo-tissue cultivations) supported by microscopy core facility that deals with state-of-the-art electron, fluorescence and high-content screening technologies. Our staff provides expertise across wide field of clinical, translational and basic research programs and takes advantage of the spirit of the collaboration with the academic and commercial spheres.
Our research teams
Dáša Doležalová Bohačiaková
A new publication by Jakub Sumbal and Zuzana Koledová, entitled “FGF signaling in mammary gland fibroblasts regulates multiple fibroblast functions and mammary epithelial morphogenesis”, was published in Development.
Study led by Tereza Renzova from a group of Lukas Cajanek, entitled: Inactivation of PLK4-STIL Module Prevents Self-Renewal and Triggers p53-Dependent Differentiation in Human Pluripotent Stem Cells has been accepted for publication in Stem Cell Reports. The work has also been recently featured at Science Trends.
Open PhD positions in Cajanek group and Bohaciakova group .
Review article written by Lukas Cajanek (our department) , Vitezslav Bryja (MU, Faculty of Science), and Igor Cervenka (Karolinska Institute, Sweden), entitled: The connections of Wnt pathway components with cell cycle and centrosome: side effects or a hidden logic? was accepted in Critical Reviews in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology. Wnt signaling cascade has developed together with Read more about Review on centrosomes, cell cycle, and Wnt signaling[…]
New book “Guide to General Histology and Microscopic Anatomy” by Petr Vaňhara, Miroslava Sedláčková, Irena Lauschová, Svatopluk Čech, and Aleš Hampl was released!
We are happy to announce that brand new study tool, “Guide to General Histology and Microscopic Anatomy” was just released. The Guide is contains hundreds of original, high-quality microphotographs and electronograms, annotated with contemporary terminology, assembled into separable write-and-wipe panels. Available since March 2017 in the Campus bookstore.
A new paper has been published by Tomáš Bárta, Lucie Pešková and Aleš Hampl in Scientific Reports. The publication describes a new software tool for desing microRNA sponges, it also provides an experimental evidence of functionality of this tool. MicroRNAs (miRNAs) are short non-coding RNA molecules that regulate the expression of their target genes at Read more about New publication out![…]
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Name of the project “Tkáňové inženýrství epitelů: Buňky a protokoly pro regenerativní medicínu.” More information.
Four members of our department have been awarded by the grants from the Czech Science Foundation GA CR
Congratulations to Zuzana Koledová, Dáša Doležalová, and Tomáš Bárta for Junior Grant awards and to Josef Jaroš for award with the standard grant as a coapplicant.