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Encrypting Landlines Phone Communication
Vávra, Jakub ; Kumpošt, Marek (referee) ; Cvrček, Daniel (advisor)
This master's thesis is about making draft and implementing land-line phone call encryption using FITkit. The ultimate goal is to find suitable compression and encryption methods, implement or adapt them for FITkit board and create functional solution.
Control of the belt robot
Vávra, Jakub ; Kopečný, Lukáš (referee) ; Macho, Tomáš (advisor)
This semester thesis deals with the management of autonomous robot crawler. The robot will be able to avoid obstacles and check if there are on the mat. Will assess whether or not the barrier is to the left or right of it, and hence it avoids.
IO-Link as the Industrial Network
Vávra, Jakub ; Stibor, Karel (referee) ; Štohl, Radek (advisor)
This bachelor thesis deals with sensors in industrial network IO-Link. The aim of the work is to design, build and test a demonstration panel together with asuitable laboratory task to test the characteristics of each sensor.
Heme sensor proteins as potential biomarkers of cellular and oxidative stress processes induced by ionizing radiation
Vávra, Jakub ; Martínková, Markéta (advisor) ; Souček, Pavel (referee) ; Tichý, Aleš (referee)
[IN CZECH] Ionizing radiation is a potential inducer of the oxidative stress processes in cells. As a result, reactive radicals are formed in the intracellular space modifying the essential biomolecules. Ionizing radiation has either direct (radiation sickness) or indirect (malignant processes) effect on the organism. Therefore, a fast determination of the dose is required when suspected irradiation of the organism occurs. However, a method routinely applicable, fast enough and at the same time suitable for dose estimation based on biomarkers has not been developed so far. The aim of this thesis is to describe new properties of the selected heme sensor proteins and discuss their potential importance for the cellular adaptation to oxidative stress conditions. Specifically, the thesis is focused on two eukaryotic proteins, heme regulated inhibitor (HRI) and transcription factor p53. The study of functional regulation as well as the conformational changes of these proteins induced by heme is greatly emphasized. Besides, the optimization of the key experimental methods was conducted. Specifically, Phos-tag electrophoresis was applied for the kinetics study of HRI wild type and its Gly202Ser mutant form, which is a characteristics of lung cancer development. Unsurprisingly, for both HRI forms studied,...
Study of the effect of heme analogues on the structural-functional characteristics of a model representative of heme sensor proteins
Ďatko, Peter ; Martínková, Markéta (advisor) ; Vávra, Jakub (referee)
Heme sensor proteins allow bacteria to react to changes of concentration of certain molecules in their environment. This reaction depends on the coordination of the ligand to the heme iron atom. Model representative of this signaling system is a histidine kinase containing a sensor domain with a globin structure, AfGcHK. The aim of this bachelor thesis was to prepare and characterize a modified form of AfGcHK containing manganese within its protoporphyrine complex. To express the protein, E. coli BL-21 (DE3) cells were transformed using a plasmid pET21c(+)/AfGcHK. The protein was isolated and purified using affinity chromatography and gel chromatography. To determine its enyzmatic activity, polyacrylamid gel electrophoresis in the presence of sodium dodecyl sulfate with Phos-Tag was used. It was determined, that this novel form of AfGcHK is enzymatically active. Spectroscopic analysis has shown, that the modified form of AfGcHK containing manganese within its protoporphyrine complex is susceptible to reduction by sodium dithionate. Key words: heme, heme sensor proteins, oxygen sensors, signal transduction [IN CZECH]
Comparison of apo- and holoforms of the transcription factor "Bach1"
Vávra, Jakub
Hemoproteins represent very important components of many living organisms. Participation in the processes of oxygen transport and storage, electron transport or enzymatic catalysis of reactions involving oxygen or hydrogen peroxide are commonly known functions of hemoproteins. Recently, there has been discovered a new group of hemoproteins. The main feature of this new group of proteins is their ability to detect changes in heme concentration (heme-responsive proteins) or changes in diatomic gas concentration (gas-responsive heme-containing sensor proteins) in their vicinity. Detection of these concentration changes generates signals that induce structural changes of the respective sensor proteins. Finally, the structural changes of the respective sensor proteins affect their functions or activities. The subject of this diploma thesis is the preparation and characterization of the eukaryotic heme sensor Bach1. We especially focused on the ability of Bach1 to bind heme molecules and on the comparison of various Bach1 properties in its apoform and holoform. Determination of the exact amount of heme molecules that specifically interact with heme sensor Bach1 represents very important part of this thesis. We also studied the effect of different redox states of heme iron and the presence of interaction...
IO-Link as the Industrial Network
Vávra, Jakub ; Stibor, Karel (referee) ; Štohl, Radek (advisor)
This bachelor thesis deals with sensors in industrial network IO-Link. The aim of the work is to design, build and test a demonstration panel together with asuitable laboratory task to test the characteristics of each sensor.
Comparison of apo- and holoforms of the transcription factor "Bach1"
Vávra, Jakub ; Martínková, Markéta (advisor) ; Brynychová, Veronika (referee)
Hemoproteins represent very important components of many living organisms. Participation in the processes of oxygen transport and storage, electron transport or enzymatic catalysis of reactions involving oxygen or hydrogen peroxide are commonly known functions of hemoproteins. Recently, there has been discovered a new group of hemoproteins. The main feature of this new group of proteins is their ability to detect changes in heme concentration (heme-responsive proteins) or changes in diatomic gas concentration (gas-responsive heme-containing sensor proteins) in their vicinity. Detection of these concentration changes generates signals that induce structural changes of the respective sensor proteins. Finally, the structural changes of the respective sensor proteins affect their functions or activities. The subject of this diploma thesis is the preparation and characterization of the eukaryotic heme sensor Bach1. We especially focused on the ability of Bach1 to bind heme molecules and on the comparison of various Bach1 properties in its apoform and holoform. Determination of the exact amount of heme molecules that specifically interact with heme sensor Bach1 represents very important part of this thesis. We also studied the effect of different redox states of heme iron and the presence of interaction...
Změny v produkci adipokinetických hormonů u \kur{Pyrrhocoris apterus} v různých částech CNS po působení stresových faktorů
VÁVRA, Jakub
The main goal of this bachelor thesis was to characterize changes of adipokinetic hormone (AKH) production in the brain and corpora cardiaca of the firebug Pyrrhocoris apterus during the infection caused by entomopathogenic nematode Steinernema carpocapsae. The effects of the pathogen were investigated by determination of AKH level in the CNS using competitive ELISA test and immunohistochemical localization with a specific antibody against the P. apterus AKH (Pyrap-AKH). The results confirmed presence of majority of AKH in corpora cardiaca and smaller amount also in brain. The infection increased AKH production in both monitored organs, however, in brain the elevation was more intensive than that in corpora cardiaca.
Control of the belt robot
Vávra, Jakub ; Kopečný, Lukáš (referee) ; Macho, Tomáš (advisor)
This semester thesis deals with the management of autonomous robot crawler. The robot will be able to avoid obstacles and check if there are on the mat. Will assess whether or not the barrier is to the left or right of it, and hence it avoids.

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