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TAKÁTSY, Anikó

TAKÁTSY, Anikó

PhD

Telefon: 36224

Supervisor of the following TDK topics

Supervisor: TAKÁTSY, Anikó

A change in the composition of outer membrane proteins can have an effect on the adhesive property of the organism. After the treatment with different essential oils the membrane proteins are extracted and analyzed with mass spectrometry and several other techniques.  The changes in the composition and the quantitative distribution of the proteins can help to understand the processes and identify the most effective natural products against bacterial infections.

Supervisor: TAKÁTSY, Anikó

Co-supervisor: Dr. AVAR, Péter Ágoston

Drug residues and personal care products enter the environment and influence natural ecosystems. To monitor and to overcome this problem the compounds should be identified and quantitatively analyzed. Samples from natural waters, fish and snail tissues are extracted and analyzed for e.g.  estrogenic compounds and their degradation products originated from e.g.  contraceptives, to describe the biochemical changes, caused by them.

Supervisor: TAKÁTSY, Anikó

Co-supervisor: Dr. AVAR, Péter Ágoston

The stress, e.g. oxidative stress influences the cell fate, induces aging and can lead to apoptosis or necrosis. The metabolic changes provide complex information and new perspectives to describe these processes. The quantitative analysis of the metabolites (e.g. small acidic molecules, nucleosides? ) leads to a better understanding of biochemical changes.

Supervisor: TAKÁTSY, Anikó

Co-supervisor: Dr. AVAR, Péter Ágoston

The oxidative stress that induces degradative processes in the cells and can lead to apoptosis or necrosis can be decreased with the help of antioxidants.  It is known already that polyphenols, like malvidin or resveratrol, stilbenes and phytoestrogens are antioxidants and have a protective role. The quantitative analysis of these molecules and the comprehensive tests can bring us closer to a better understanding of the processes and it can be used in a better medication as well.