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HCV infection – more than 20 years of drug development
Silvia Rybecká, Adriána Liptáková, Stanislav Stuchlík
Since the discovery of hepatitis C virus (HCV) in 1989 as a causing agent of acute and chronic hepatitis C (HC), therapy of the disease...
direct acting antiviral drugs, HCV polymorphism, Hepatitis C
newsLab 2019, 1 : 37-39
Preeclampsia in connection with exosome and miRNA
Mgr. Lucia Striešková, Mgr. Martina Belková
Preeclampsia (PE) is a multisystemic disorder related to high mortality and morbidity of a mother and her foetus. One of the most serious aspects of...
exosomes, miRNA, next-generation sequencing, preeclampsia
Newslab 2017, 2 : 110
A Disease only for the Pregnant – PREECLAMPSIA
Mgr. Lucia Striešková
Preeclampsia (PE) is a multiple-systemic disease affecting 2 – 8 % of all pregnant women that constitutes one of the major causes of maternal and foetal...
angiogenic factors, extracellular foetal DNA, hypertension, preeclampsia
Newslab 2017, 1 : 53
Molecular-genetic characteristics of skin bacteria
Mgr. Iveta Gazdaricová
Skin bacteria have a demonstrable impact on health status of the host. With their genes, all human skin bacteria constitute a unique extension of the...
cultivation of non-model bacterial species, DNA isolation, molecular-genetic bacterial analysis, skin microbiome
Newslab 2017, 1 : 16