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Administrative and Research Laboratories of Paper Mill WANEMI, a.s. in Zábřeh
Urbánková, Eva ; Vágner, Silvestr (referee) ; Zemánková, Helena (advisor)
The diploma thesis deals with the entrance zone objects on the holdings of Wanemi, a.s. factory. The diploma pre-thesis project dealt with urbanistic situation and the green zone – entrance area. This thesis tie together with solution of the administrative building and the presentation pavilion. The administrative building is combined with the research institute. This building offer to relax zone – terrace with perspective on the green zone and land all around. The presentation pavilion subserve as showroom for paper production and other design furniture. This object offer to examples of other paper elaboration from the home paper fabric. The pavilion join in them the process of concept, manufacturing and presentation of final product.
Healthy Lifestyle as an Opportunity to Prevent Disease
Dobešová, Monika ; Urbánková, Eva (referee) ; Škapa, Stanislav (advisor)
The main objective of this thesis is to analyze the health and lifestyles of university students in Brno in the form of a questionnaire and a draft plan for a healthy lifestyle, economic evaluation of the individual. Partial aim is to highlight the importance and benefits of a healthy lifestyle. It also analyzes the issues of drugs and diseases of civilization
Revitalization Program of Floral Garden in Kromeriz
Urbánková, Eva ; Palacký, Jiří (referee) ; Ponešová, Barbora (advisor)
The proposition gets down to the garden reverently and submissively, it honoures the historical side and also tries to renovate the repressed principles of the garden - the axial symetry. The nature of the proposition is to take visitors to the fareland, they can inform themselves about history there, the profunndity sense of the garden and then they are ready to enter a mannerist - baroque gem. The garden can use its philosophical qualities now - to lead visitors up in his heart. Or it can grip of its secret and shows, which are hidden in the "rooms" of the garden. This proposition completes the garden technically too, for safeguarding adequate comfort for visitors.
Study of the relations between the structure and function of C - terminal vanilloid receptor TRPV1
Gryčová, Lenka ; Obšil, Tomáš (advisor) ; Heřman, Petr (referee) ; Urbánková, Eva (referee) ; Krůšek, Jan (referee)
Transient receptor potential channel vanilloid receptor subunit 1 (TRPV1) is a thermosensitive cation channel activated by noxious heat as well as a wide range of chemical stimuli. Although ATP by itself does not directly activate TRPV1, it was shown that intracellular ATP increases its activity by directly interacting with the Walker A motif residing on the C-terminus of TRPV1. In order to identify the amino acid residues that are essential for the binding of ATP to the TRPV1 channel, we performed the following point mutations of the Walker A motif: P732A, D733A, G734A, K735A, D736A, and D737A. Employing bulk fluorescence measurements, namely a TNP-ATP competition assay and FITC labeling and quenching experiments, we identified the key role of the K735 residue in the binding of the nucleotide. Experimental data was interpreted according to our molecular modelling simulations. Calmodulin (CaM) is known to play an important role in the regulation of TRP channels activity. Although it has been reported that CaM binds to the Cterminus of TRPV1 (TRPV1-CT), no classic CaM-binding motif was found in this region. In this work, we explored this unusual TRPV1 CaM-binding motif in detail and found that five residues from a putative CaM-binding motif are important for TRPV1-CT's binding to CaM, with arginine R785...
Study of factors influencing the function of MntH, membrane transport protein of E. coli
Jurková, Ingrid ; Urbánková, Eva (advisor) ; Krůšek, Jan (referee)
MntH belongs to the Nramp family of transport proteins, and plays an important role not only in homeostasis of iron and manganese, but also in bacterial defence against the immunity response of an infected host cell. MntH co-transports divalent metal ions into the cell together with protons with a stoichiometry dependent on the membrane potential and extracellular pH. Using the redistribution potential dye diS-C3(3), we measured the effects of MNTH expression and MntH-mediated metal transport on the cell membrane potential and intracellular pH. Cells expressing MNTH were found to be hyperpolarised and their membrane potential was depolarised upon the addition of metal ions. In the theoretical part of our work, we explored general four-, six-, and eight-state carrier models that were modified by introducing the voltage dependence of all rate constants. Using mathematical modelling, we simulated the effect of various model parameters (including membrane potential, substrate concentration, and carrier or substrate charge) on substrate influx. We observed some of the transport characteristics described for MntH proteins such as variable symport stoichiometry that is influenced by the membrane potential and pH. However, for a more detailed simulation of the eight-state carrier model, more information about...
Study of factors influencing proton transport mediated by MntH protein.
Straková, Eva ; Urbánková, Eva (advisor) ; Žáčková, Markéta (referee)
The natural resistance-associated macrophage proteins (Nramp) form a family of secondary active transporters facilitating the transport of divalent metal ions (Mn2+, Fe2+, Cd2+, Co2+, Zn2+) across biomembranes. Bacterial proteins belonging to the Nramp family were describedas proton-dependent manganese transporters - MntH. MntH homolog from E. coli representing a model system for structure function relationship was used in this study. Metalinduced proton transport mediated by MntH was measured by means of changes in intracellular proton concentrations using pH sensitive fluorescent protein pHluorin. This approach does not allow proper estimation of real quantity of transported protons, since the internal pH is tightly regulated. The cellular buffering capacity was calculated from measured pH changes induced by addition of propanoic acid, in order to better quantify the transport. The changes in [H+] induced by cadmium were recalculated using buffering capacity for the wild type MntH and its single-point mutation N401G, known to influence intracellular pH. It was shown that the chosen approach significantly influences results, including the dependence of transport on external pH. Potential influence of cadmium to respiration was imitated by using inhibitors of respiratory chain (KCN, NaN3) in measurements...

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