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FÜLÖP, Balázs Dániel

FÜLÖP, Balázs Dániel

M.D.

assistant professor

Department of Anatomy

Telefon: 31660

Supervisor of the following TDK topics

Supervisor: REGLŐDI, Dóra

Co-supervisor: Dr. FÜLÖP, Balázs Dániel

The aim of this topic is to study the relations between anatomy and its borderline sciences, with a specific attention to high-tech. As further goals we would like to discover new, innovative ideas in education and in science.

Supervisor: TAMÁS, Andrea

Co-supervisor: Dr. FÜLÖP, Balázs Dániel

Recently, we examined the role of the endogenous PACAP in the inner ear. We measured the expression of Ca2+-binding proteins in the hair cells of the inner ear in normal conditions and after kanamycin-induced ototoxocity. The elevated Ca2+-binding protein expression in PACAP-deficient mice suggests the important role of endogenous PACAP in the inner ear function. Our newest experiments involve functional tests (BERA) and we would like to complete our research with the examination of the role of the exogenous PACAP in this model. Moreover, we are planning to continue with our morphological research, detecting the expressional changes of the c-fos protein in different parts of the auditory pathway.

Supervisor: TAMÁS, Andrea

Co-supervisor: Dr. FÜLÖP, Balázs Dániel

This is our recently started project regarding the role of PACAP in a hind limb ischaemic model in mice. In this experiment we ligate the femoral artery of wild type and PACAP knockout mice and then we detect the blood flow of the plantar region using a camera which detects the blood perfusion based on Doppler effect. We take samples from the ischaemic muscle tissue and show the capillary density with immunofluorescens staining in the ischaemic muscles to elucidate the differences between the post ischaemic angiogenesis of the wild type and PACAP deficient mice. We also plan to evaluate the protein profile of the iscaemic muscle tissues with different array kits.