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Coat protein-RNA interaction in vivo and the biotechnological use of VLPs
Kratochvílová, Kateřina ; Moravec, Tomáš (advisor) ; Hála, Michal (referee)
The Tobacco mosaic virus (TMV) is a simple and frequently used model virus which has been studied already more over than 130 years. Due to the intensive study of this virus the details of its infectious cycle, genomic information and also the structure of the created viral particle as well as the mechanism of its creation are known today. The process of encapsidation (viral particle formation) is sufficiently described in the in vitro conditions. In the in vitro conditions the origin of assembly (OAS) was also described. The OAS was identified in the coding sequence of the gene for the movement protein (MP). The importance of replication centers (replication factories) has also been supposed. The aim of the diploma thesis was to study the specificity of the interaction of RNA and coat protein in the process of the particle assembly taking place directly inside the plants. The experiments were performed to verify the necessity of presence of OAS sequence in process of initiation of viral encapsidation. The effect of the cell compartmentation on this process has also been studied. Based on several viral systems (the Tobacco mosaic virus, the Potato virus X, the Bean yellow dwarf virus and Cowpea mosaic virus) gene constructs were created. These constructs enables to study this idea at the molecular...
Skull Trepanation in Prehistory of the Europe: The Oldest Surgical Procedures
Moravec, Tomáš ; Komárek, Stanislav (advisor) ; Pankowská, Anna (referee)
The main aim of the thesis is to provide a comprehensive overview of trepanations in the prehistory of Europe and to compile a brief overview of the oldest findings in Europe and closer in the Czech Republic. At first, the thesis deals with the types of trepanations according to their execution and the problems with trepanation diagnosis, where the work focuses on various groups of defects created by different mechanisms, which can be incorrectly diagnosed as trepanations. Further, the thesis deals with the reasons for trepanation and the description of the trepanations tools and techniques used in the prehistory. It also briefly mentions the first references to surgical interventions and the origin of anesthesia. Additionally, the thesis deals with the overview of the oldest findings in Europe and the Czech Republic and their brief description. And finally, there is a mention of trepanations at the present time.
Viral vectors based on tobacco mosaic virus for the expression of recombinant proteins in plants
Kroupa, Daniel ; Moravec, Tomáš (advisor) ; Cvrčková, Fatima (referee)
(eng): Over the past few decades, plant viruses and vectors derived from them have become not only an integral part of the work in laboratories, but also began to be used commercially for the production of vaccines, drugs, enzymes and other proteins / peptides. One of the most commonly used viruses for the expression of heterologous proteins is tobacco mosaic virus. In this work, I would like to focus on plant viruses and vectors derived therefrom. Compare it with other expression systems used in plants and describe how their benefits could be further used and combined with modern methods of cloning. Key words: viral vector, expression, Tobacco mosaic virus, plant expression systems, Golden gate cloning
Usury
Sedlmajerová, Tereza ; Moravec, Tomáš (advisor) ; Kostelanský, Ludvík (referee)
This thesis focuses on the analysis of usury as a negative social phenomenon from the perspective of Czech law in the Czech courts. It is mainly focused on examining this issue in a broader context. There is a comparison of usury contained in the new Civil Code modifications as the Criminal Code. Lastly, the thesis aims to determine whether the current legislation of usury is sufficient, or not, and then propose any possible amendments.
Enforcement proceedings - selected issues
Radnotyová, Nikol ; Moravec, Tomáš (advisor) ; Kostelanský, Ludvík (referee)
The subject of this bachelor thesis are the two latest amendments to the Code of Enforcement Procedure adopted in the year 2015, their impacts on the legal practice and analysis of the legislation preceding and succeeding the adoption of the amendments. The main goal of this work is to examine whether the above-mentioned amendments helped to streamline recovering of debts, to increase the legal protection of debtors and their spouses and whether the amendments have led to increased creditor protection compared to the previous legislation. The work is divided into two parts, each of them is concerned with one of the Code of Enforcement Procedure amendment respectively Code of Civil Procedure amendments.
Regulating Sharing Economy
Kubiče, Jan ; Moravec, Tomáš (advisor) ; Pastorčák, Jan (referee)
Thesis Regulating Sharing Economy looks into issues regarding sharing economy regarding its regulation. Thesis analyses possibility of self regulation and aplicable legislation.
Insolvency proceedings in terms of periods and time limits
Douda, Jiří ; Hásová, Jiřina (advisor) ; Moravec, Tomáš (referee)
This diploma thesis deals with insolvency proceedings in terms of periods and time limits. The main objective of this thesis is to verify two hypotheses stated in the introduction. Author concentrates on the meaning of the periods and time limit since the ages of Roman law. Author is also paying attention to detailed analysis of law n. 182/2006 Sb., about bankruptcy and ways of its solutions (hereinafter insolvency law), as subsequently amended, which obtain treatises about the period or time limits. Author also evaluates the benefit of the insolvency law amendments, which will become effective in summer of 2017, and he will also propose law amendment de lege ferenda including possible impacts, which can be brought by this amendment, in the conclusion.
Comparison of legislations of the Czech Republic and the United Kingdom concerning age of criminal responsibility
Tůmová, Kristina ; Moravec, Tomáš (advisor) ; Levý, Jan (referee)
The topic of the Master thesis "Comparison of legislations of the Czech Republic and the United Kingdom concerning age of criminal responsibility" aims to compare the specifics of the approach of both countries in dealing with juvenile delinquents. In the Czech Republic, current debate revolves around lowering the age of criminal responsibility to 13 or even 14 years of age. In connection with this discussion, the argument examines the increase of criminality of this age group and also the brutality with which young delinquents commit these crimes. Apart from desribing legislations of the countries named above, this thesis also focuses on influences that affect young people and their criminal behaviour, including the specifics of this age group. Legislation concerning age of criminal responsibility from other European countries has also been included in this thesis. An Emphasis on the statistics of criminality in the Czech Republic as well as in England and Wales is given in the practical portion. These statistics represent any increases or decreses in juvenile criminality. The conslusion of the thesis compares both legistations and their "best practices".
Bankruptcy offenses
Dudová, Martina ; Moravec, Tomáš (advisor) ; Levý, Jan (referee)
This bachelor thesis deals with the problem of filing an obviously unjustified or even fraudulent insolvency petition, which can subsequently cause a real bankruptcy of the target debtor, damage his creditors and other bankruptcy offenses. The reason for filing such petition can be a desire to take over the financial means or property of target person or to disqualify him in market competition. The objective of this thesis is to evaluate the adjustments of sanctioning the filing of obviously unjustified insolvency petition from both criminal and insolvency law standpoints with respect to the subsidiarity of the legal repression.
Debt relief in the perspective of the upcoming changes
Kuranava, Nastassia ; Hásová, Jiřina (advisor) ; Moravec, Tomáš (referee)
The bachelor thesis deals with the upcoming amendments to the legal regulation of the debt relief procedure in the Czech Republic. The Amendment Act no. 64/2017 Coll., which revises Act no. 182/2006 Coll., On Bankruptcy and Its Resolution (Insolvency Act), so called Accreditation Amendment, has recently been adopted. It will come into force on the July 1, 2017. The Government also submitted the draft amendment to the Insolvency Act, so called debt relieving, to the Chamber of Deputies (Parliamentary print no. 1030/0). The aim of this thesis is to evaluate the newly adopted and recently proposed legislation. The first two chapters provide the essential introduction to the topic of the insolvency proceedings and the debt relief analyzing the current legal regulation of these institutes. The third key chapter is focused on the analysis of newly introduced legislation and the draft amendment which has been proposed. It also analyzes its possible impact.

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