Laboratory for Molecular Biology

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Research

In the Laboratory for Molecular Biology we study molecular mechanisms that underlie cardiovascular, malignant, pulmonary and neuromuscular diseases. We primarily aim to elucidate basic physiological processes and etiopathological mechanisms in these diseases, with focus on translational potential of our research. Our main interests include:

  • Molecular mechanisms of various biological processes including haemostasis, inflammation, tissue remodeling and response to mechanical and oxidative stress.
  • Biological functions of selected molecules and their role in diseases of interest: MARP proteins, prothrombin, alpha 1-antitrypsin, TGFB1, SMAD4, CYP2C19 and VKORC1.
  • Influence of gene variants and environmental factors on the phenotype.
  • Identification and functional characterization of molecular markers.
  • Pharmacogenetics.
  • In vitro (primary and continuous cell lines) and in vivo (zebra fish) study of selected physiological and pathological interests.
  • Development of methods for non-invasive molecular diagnostics.

Laboratory for Molecular Biology successfully collaborates with a number of scientific research and health institutions in Serbia, as well as eminent foreign institutes. We are open to all types of cooperation.

Curent projects
Selected publications
Contact

Vojvode Stepe 444a
P.O BOX 23
11010 Beograd, Srbija

Tel: +381 11 3976658
Faks: +381 11 3975808

labmolbio@imgge.bg.ac.rs 

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