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Translations of Czech Literature in Mexico and Translations of Mexican Literature into Czech
Strnadová, Karolína ; Mračková Vavroušová, Petra (advisor) ; Charvátová, Anežka (referee)
The objective of this paper is to create a corpus of translations of Czech literature published in the form of book in Mexico until 2019 included and to describe how they were received. The aim of the paper is to answer questions about which Czech literature was published in Mexico, when and where it was translated, and who originated the translations. The theoretical part of the paper presents Czech-Mexican relations as they evolved in the sociocultural polysystem of the 20th century. The paper further uses the theoretical framework of the praxeology of translation and the translator's role, it explains the phenomenon of direct and indirect translation, it discusses the importance of paratexts for the study of translations, it explains the specificity of producing translations for the Spanish-speaking countries as well as it outlines the issue of translating from small cultures. Historiographical research, paratextual discourse analysis and oral history were used as the methodological core of this paper. Using these methods, the paper presents a corpus of 39 translated Czech literary works published in Mexico, including "imported" translations and re-editions, supplying comprehensive details on every one of them. At the end, the paper updates the corpus of Mexican literature translated into Czech...
Induction of Xenopus tropicalis testicular stem cell differentiation in vitro.
Strnadová, Karolína ; Tlapáková, Tereza (advisor) ; Javorková, Eliška (referee)
Origin of mammalian somatic cells in the developing testes remains unclear. This origin could be explained by established cell culture derived from testes of Xenopus tropicalis juvenile male. The expression profile of the cell culture showed transcription of some pluripotency genes, somatic Sertoli and peritubular myoid cell markers and last but not least, the mesenchymal stem cell markers. Conversely, germ cell genes were downregulated. Immunocytochemical analysis revealed expression of Vimentin, Sox9 and α-smooth muscle actin, indicating that the testicular cell culture is a common mesenchymal progenitor of the Sertoli and peritubular myoid cells and that the cell culture did not arise from spermatogonial stem cells undergoing incomplete reprogramming in vitro. Testing of X. tropicalis cell culture during induction of differentiation in vitro revealed that these cells are probably multipotent with the ability to differentiate into adipocytes, chondroblasts and osteoblasts. The ability to derive multipotent stem cells from the juvenile testes opens new possibilities of using these cells for biotechnology and medicine. Keywords: Testicular somatic cells, Xenopus tropicalis, progenitor, mesenchymal stem cells, induction of differentiation, multipotency
Induction of testicular stem cell differentiation in mammals.
Strnadová, Karolína ; Tlapáková, Tereza (advisor) ; Krulová, Magdaléna (referee)
Stem cells represent a unique cell source with potential usage in regenerative medicine and organ transplantation. As is known, spermatogonial stem cells are unipotent giving rise to a single cell type, which is sperm. Pluripotency was achieved by isolation and cultivation of these testicular stem cells in a number of researches. Testicular pluripotent stem cells differentiated in conditions in vitro to derivatives of all three germ layers identically as embryonic stem cells. The aim of this thesis is to characterize stem cells and summarize the findings of testicular stem cell research. The main focus of this thesis is on studies of cultivated pluripotent stem cells derived from mouse and human testes and their ability to differentiate under determinate conditions into the cells of ectoderm, mesoderm and endoderm.

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