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The influence of inflammatory cytokines on depressive disorders
Svobodová, Eva ; Bendová, Zdeňka (advisor) ; Krulová, Magdaléna (referee)
1 Abstract Depressive disorders are one of the three most frequent diseases causing disability of everyday life of humans. Its occurrence in the population is rapidly increasing. Etiology of depression is unclear, and the treatment usually only ameliorates its symptoms. In patients, there were identified signs not only of chronic stress, which has been associated with depression for quite a long time, but also signs of chronic inflammation in the body. This has led to focusing on proinflammatory cytokines and their connection to chronic stress and depressive symptomatology. We are also interested in the causal link between pro-inflammatory markers and stress that has not yet been unequivocally clarified. The aim of this study is to combine the knowledge about the influence of chronic stress on the development of depressive disorder gained from animal and human models. Additionally, to combine the knowledge of the effect of specific proinflammatory cytokines on the development of the depressive disorder and the change in brain structures morphology which may underlie the symptoms of this disease.
Application of Analytical Methods for Analysis of Dyes Employed in Works of Art
Svobodová, Eva
Natural organic dyes suffer from degradation during the time. Therefore, the works of art need to be restored and the identification of dyes by analytical methods is important here. The possibilities of using three separation (thin-layer chromatography - TLC, capillary zone electrophoresis - CZE, and micellar electrokinetic chromatography - MEKC) and two spectroscopic (infrared microspectroscopy - IR and Raman microspectroscopy) methods for the identification of red dyes (acaroid, brazil, dragon blood, kamala, logwood, cochineal, madder, lac, and sandalwood) were studied and critically discussed. In TLC, under optimised conditions (silicagel with octadecyl, 80/20 (v/v) MeOH/1% TEA in 0.1 mol·dm-3 acetate buffer, pH 5, and 80/20 (v/v) MeOH/1% TEA in 0.025 mol·dm-3 tetraborate buffer, pH 7 and 9), the stain broadening of sandalwood, logwood, acaroid, dragon blood, and brazil was observed. Carminic acid, haematein and purpurin were not detected. A comparison of CZE and MEKC showed that MEKC was superior as it permits separation of all analytes, using 0.015 mol·dm-3 sodium dodecyl sulfate in 0.01 mol·dm-3 tetraborate buffer, pH 8.5, at a voltage of 20 kV. The developed method was validated and applied to the identification of dyes in Rubia tinctorum, Rubia cordifolia, and in the mycelium of fungi...
Application of analytical methods for analysis of dyes employed in works of art.
Svobodová, Eva ; Bosáková, Zuzana (advisor) ; Kopecká, Ivana (referee) ; Feltl, Ladislav (referee)
Natural organic dyes suffer from degradation during the time. Therefore, the works of art need to be restored and the identification of dyes by analytical methods is important here. The possibilities of using three separation (thin-layer chromatography - TLC, capillary zone electrophoresis - CZE, and micellar electrokinetic chromatography - MEKC) and two spectroscopic (infrared microspectroscopy - IR and Raman microspectroscopy) methods for the identification of red dyes (acaroid, brazil, dragon blood, kamala, logwood, cochineal, madder, lac, and sandalwood) were studied and critically discussed. In TLC, under optimised conditions (silicagel with octadecyl, 80/20 (v/v) MeOH/1% TEA in 0.1 mol·dm-3 acetate buffer, pH 5, and 80/20 (v/v) MeOH/1% TEA in 0.025 mol·dm-3 tetraborate buffer, pH 7 and 9), the stain broadening of sandalwood, logwood, acaroid, dragon blood, and brazil was observed. Carminic acid, haematein and purpurin were not detected. A comparison of CZE and MEKC showed that MEKC was superior as it permits separation of all analytes, using 0.015 mol·dm-3 sodium dodecyl sulfate in 0.01 mol·dm-3 tetraborate buffer, pH 8.5, at a voltage of 20 kV. The developed method was validated and applied to the identification of dyes in Rubia tinctorum, Rubia cordifolia, and in the mycelium of fungi...
Nestinars in southeastern part of Bulgaria
Svobodová, Eva ; Šalanda, Bohuslav (advisor) ; Štěpánková, Jana (referee)
Diploma thesis Nestinars in southeastern part of Bulgaria focuses on the material and spiritual culture of Nestinars, a small group of people living in region of Strandja. The body of work describes in detail the specific phenomena of spiritual culture, which cut across the structure of traditional and contemporary Bulgarian folk customs. It describes ceremonies that are part of the clan, family, annual festivals and church calendar. Nestinars as a subculture, whose socio-cultural negotiations and ideas to some extent differ from the majority of the Orthodox population, they are perceived externally as part of it. In this work we meet with traditional clothing, folklore music and holy sacrifice. The parallel with the Greek rite anastnaria is mentioned in the work as well. Both groups represent a traditional ceremony where believers show their devotion to the saints by dance and walking on burning wood charcoal. Keywords nestinars - social group tradition - the transmission of customs and beliefs from generation to generation usually in framwork of certain culture or social group ceremony - a formal religious or public occassion, typically one celebraing particular event or anniversary; or ritual observances or procedures performed at grand and formal occassions to keep group's norms and values of...
Specifics of the use of Latin American flora in terms of time and space
Svobodová, Eva ; Opatrný, Josef (advisor) ; Janský, Bohumír (referee)
In my studies "Specific Patterns of Latin American Vegetation From Perspective Of Time and Area" I introduced basic terminology and statements from climatology and bio-geography focused on Latin America's continent conditions. I also included in my studies history of agriculture, specific aboriginal growth and in a separate chapter i mention Czech explorers, who helped to uncover and recognise flora of Latin America.
Constitution of interested persons in physical activity and their aims in reconditioning center of VŠTJ MEDICINA PRAHA
Svobodová, Eva ; Matoulek, Martin (advisor) ; Svačina, Štěpán (referee)
Title: Constitution of interested persons in physical aktivity and their aims in reconditioning center of VŠTJ MEDICINA PRAHA Objectives: The first aim of this work is to find out, what is the main motivation of the patiens with the metabolic syndrome in the beginning of the physical excercise. The second aim is through analysis of clients of reconditioning center for assuring sufficient professionally led classes of physical aktivity. Methods: Socio-epidemiologic research on sample of clients of reconditioning center of VŠTJ MEDICINA PRAHA at first class. For research questionnaires were used. Results: The survey involved 84 new clients, 69 women and 15 men whose average age was 48.6 ± 13.8 years. The largest group, 64%, consisted of respondents with secondary education. As the main motivation of 62 respondents reported weight loss. In the comparison with the current population is in the file higher incidence of diabetes and hypertension. Keywords: metabolic syndrome, obesity, hypertension, diabetes, motivation

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