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Correlation of Immunohistochemistry and Molecular Biologic Methods in The Diagnosis of Tumors
Michal, Michael ; Skálová, Alena (advisor) ; Rychlý, Boris (referee) ; Zambo, Iva (referee)
This thesis is a collection of commentaries on altogether 13 first-authored and 20 co- authored publications where morphology, immunohistochemistry (IHC) and molecular genetic methods were used to provide novel clues for arriving at an accurate diagnosis of tumors, as well as to propose novel approaches and refinement of classification of certain tumors. The presented manuscripts are the result of the postgraduate studies of MUDr. Michael Michal at the Charles University in Prague, Faculty of Medicine in Pilsen in the period between 2015-2018. The author focused the main part of his research, particularly his first-authored manuscripts, on soft tissue tumors but also largely participated in research activities focusing on other body systems. Over the course of his studies, four main areas of interests within the topic of soft tissue pathology emerged. The first is oriented on soft tissue tumors of presumed (but unconfirmed) fibroblastic lineage. First two publications regard two related low-grade sarcomas called Myxoinflammatory fibroblastic sarcoma (MIFS) and Pleomorphic hyalinizing angiectatic tumor (PHAT). In the first manuscript, a high-grade variant of the former is described. The latter publication is focused on the morphological and IHC similarities between both MIFS and PHAT. The third and...
Geny monogenních chorob u skotu a jejich variabilita u různých plemen
Blomberg, Elli
The aim of this bachelor thesis is to describe different mendelistically hereditary diseases in cattle at their molecular level. In the beginning chapters, the thesis deals with domestication and genomic characterization of cattle. The following chapters provide information on genetic diseases and their division into monogenetic, polygenetic and chromosomal diseases. The final chapters deal with the latest examples of monogenetic diseases in cattle, their physiology and genetic causes of diseases.
Correlation of Immunohistochemistry and Molecular Biologic Methods in The Diagnosis of Tumors
Michal, Michael ; Skálová, Alena (advisor) ; Rychlý, Boris (referee) ; Zambo, Iva (referee)
This thesis is a collection of commentaries on altogether 13 first-authored and 20 co- authored publications where morphology, immunohistochemistry (IHC) and molecular genetic methods were used to provide novel clues for arriving at an accurate diagnosis of tumors, as well as to propose novel approaches and refinement of classification of certain tumors. The presented manuscripts are the result of the postgraduate studies of MUDr. Michael Michal at the Charles University in Prague, Faculty of Medicine in Pilsen in the period between 2015-2018. The author focused the main part of his research, particularly his first-authored manuscripts, on soft tissue tumors but also largely participated in research activities focusing on other body systems. Over the course of his studies, four main areas of interests within the topic of soft tissue pathology emerged. The first is oriented on soft tissue tumors of presumed (but unconfirmed) fibroblastic lineage. First two publications regard two related low-grade sarcomas called Myxoinflammatory fibroblastic sarcoma (MIFS) and Pleomorphic hyalinizing angiectatic tumor (PHAT). In the first manuscript, a high-grade variant of the former is described. The latter publication is focused on the morphological and IHC similarities between both MIFS and PHAT. The third and...
Molecular basis of human congenital anomalies
Kovačičová, Denisa ; Šípek, Antonín (advisor) ; Rothová, Olga (referee)
This bachelor thesis deals with the topic of congenital anomalies. The sorting of the congenital anomalies is discussed in the first two chapters. The third chapter concerns the mutations of the short arm of chromosome 17. I have chosen to describe the Smith - Magenis syndrome, which is caused by the deletion of 17p11.2, and the Potocki - Lupski syndrome, which is its reciprocal duplication. The gene RAI1 is specified in this part. The other topic mentioned in this thesis are RASopathies. The research of this section deals with the Noonan syndrome and focuses on mutations in genes PTPN11, SOS1, RAF1, KRAS and NRAS. In the fifth chapter the issue of thalidomide, its history and the mechanisms of action discovered up to now are described. The critical period and the mechanisms of limb reduction defects related to the timing of exposure are also defined here. New methods and findings related to these topics are discussed in the end of this work. Key words: congenital anomalies, teratology, ontogenesis, Potocki - Lupski syndrome, Smith - Magenis syndrome, RASopathies, Noonan syndrome, thalidomide
Edited final report of project QH81052
Patzak, Josef ; Matoušek, Jaroslav
Cílem projektu bylo vyvinout molekulárně-genetické markery odvozené od genetických elementů a sekvencí genů kodeterminujících metabolom chmele. Zdrojem specifických nových sekvencí byly expresní knihovny hlávek a lupulinových žlázek chmele, genomová a BAC knihovna, které byly získány nebo připraveny v rámci řešení projektu.
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