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Research

Teams in our Institute and their fields of research

TEAMFIELD OF RESEARCHCONTACT
Endoplasmic reticulum redox
Dr. Gábor Bánhegyi

Dr. Beáta Lizák
Dr. Orsolya Kapuy
Dr. Ibolya Stiller
Csilla Emese Németh
Béláné Szénási
Mónika Mesziár
• Redox homeostasis of the endoplasmic reticulum (ER)
• Ascorbate and glutathione transporters in the ER
• ER redox and survival or death decision mechanisms
• Role of low molecular weight electron carriers in oxidative folding
• ER redox and ERAD
erredox.sote.hu
06-1-266-2615
06-1-459-1500/60100; 60114
Fax: 06-1-266-3802
Networks, stress and aging
Dr. Péter Csermely
Dr. Csaba Sőti

Dr. Minh Tu Nguyen
Kristóf Szalay
Dr. Márton Dávid Gyurkó
Milán Somogyvári
• Structure and dynamics of molecular networks and their use in drug design
• Molecular mechanisms of stress, aging and chaperone function
www.linkgroup.hu
stressgroup.semmelweis-univ.hu
06-1-459-1500/60129; 60130
Fax: 06-1-266-3802
Molecular genetics
Dr. Mária Sasvári

Dr. Csaba Barta
Dr. Gergely Keszler
Dr. Zsófia Nemoda
Dr. Zsolt Rónai
Dr. Melinda Bence
Dr. Réka Kovács-Nagy
Andrea Vereczkei
Erzsébet Zsófia Horváth
Dóra Koller
Beáta Tömöri
Zsuzsanna Elek
Dr. Boglárka Marcsa
Dr. Nóra Németh
• Molecular and phenotypic effects of genetic polymorphisms
• Psychogenetics – Genetic background of Tourette Syndrome, ADHD (Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder), addictions (drug abuse, smoking, alcohol, gambling, etc.), OCD (obsessive compulsive disorder), depression, etc.
• Functional effect of genetic variation on gene expression
• Functional studies on microRNAs
• Epigenetic studies
• Genetic background of Type 1 and Type 2 diabetes and its association with depression
• Genetics of normal human behavioral variation (personality, cognitive function in the young and elderly)
• Genetic factors influencing animal models, such as social behavior of different dog breeds and domestication of wolves
06-1-459-1500/60132; 60135; 60136; 60138
Fax: 06-1-266-3802
Signal transduction
Dr. László Buday

Dr. Annamária Dávidné Gujdár
Zita Haidar Affiné Solti
• Receptortirozin kináz jelpályákon belül a sejtek mozgása
• Pathways affecting synaptogenesis
06-1-459-1500/60124; 60126; 60128
Fax: 06-1-266-3802
MTA-SE Pathobiochemistry
Dr. György Kéri

Dr. Tibor Vántus
Dr. István Peták
Dr. Ibolya Stiller
Attila Varga
Pál Gyulavári
Gyöngyi Bökönyi
Henrietta Tanai
Kinga Pénzes
Laura Szabó
Márton Kokas
Diána Brauswetter
• Signal therapy for tumors and for the metabolic syndrome06-1-459-1500/60162; 601169; 60171
Arginin metabolism
Dr. András Hrabák

Dr. Nándor Müllner
Dr. Zoltán Kukor
• Role of NO synthesis and arginase in inflammation
• Studies on placental NO synthase activity
06-1-459-1500/60159; 60161; 60181
Fax: 06-1-266-3802
Complications of diabetes mellitus
Dr. Ágota Vér

Istvánné Harsányi
Renáta Gellai
• Role of Na+/K+ ATPase localization in diabetes
• Studies on the interactions between endogenous digitalis-like factors and insulin signaling pathways
06-1-459-1500/60142; 60143
Fax: 06-1-266-3802
In vitro biology
Dr. Tamás Mészáros

Anna Gyurkovics
Dr. Éva Nagyné Scholz
Szilvia Krisztina Nagy
Judit András
Zsuzsanna Szeitner
• Protein synthesis by in vitro translation
• Functional studies on proteins
• Production of aptamers for diagnostic and therapeutic applications
06-1-459-1500/60109; 60178
Fax: 06-1-266-3802
Lipotoxicity
Dr. Miklós Csala

Dr. Éva Kereszturi
Dr. Szabolcs Sipeki
Dr. Péter Szelényi
Veronika Zámbó
Laura Simon-Szabó
Farkas Sarnyai
Anna Somogyi
• Role of ER stress in lipotoxicity and lipoapoptosis
• Physiological and pathological functions of novel Ncb5or enzyme
• Human stearyl-CoA desaturase enzymes
• Interactions between integral membrane proteins and soluble proteins
06-1-459-1500/60115; 60116
Fax: 06-1-266-3802
Rare metabolic diseases
Dr. Tamás Kardon

Dr. Gábor Bőgel
Dr. Rebeka Pittner
Dr. Lédeczi Zsigmond
• Studies on the pathomechanism of metabolic diseases causing chronic neutropenia06-1-459-1500/60110
Fax: 06-1-266-3802