Newsletter 007 June 2014 - University College Cork

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Newsletter 007 June 2014 - University College Cork
VOLUME 1
ISSUE 7
JUNE 2014
SCHOOL OF BIOCHEMISTRY AND CELL BIOLOGY NEWSLETTER
Message from Head of School
You are very welcome to the June edition of our School
e-Newsletter, the final issue for academic year 2013 2014.
to the first issue of academic year 2014-15 which will be
available in September.
In this issue
Student wins best poster award
UCC enters iGEM Competition
Professor David Sheehan
Class of BSc in Biochemistry 2014
PhD Conferrings
SCHOOL
This has been a very busy period as we finalised
examining this year’s BSc (Biochemistry) graduating
class and also graduated one of the largest cohorts
of PhDs when 12 students graduated recently in the
Summer conferrings. The latter was the occasion for
the first “selfie” by an Irish University president which
has attracted in excess of 23,000 views on twitter last
week. You can find out more about these happy events
elsewhere in this issue.
The continuing excellence of our researchers is
emphasised by a best-poster award to Caroline Vaughan
(Dr Justin McCarthy’s lab) and travel awards to Dr Ruslan
Dmitriev, Alicia Waters and Alina Kondrashina (Professor
Dmitri Papkovsky’s lab).
I hope that you enjoy this newsletter and I look forward
A Modelling invitation for you!
People in the News
People on the Move
Upcoming Events
Research Highlights
Hot Off the Press! Recent Publications
Summer 2014 Barbeque
PEOPLE
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School of Biochemistry
and Cell Biology Student
Wins Best Poster Award at
Biomedica 2014
On the 29th -30th April, the Academy of Medical
Laboratory Science (A.M.LS) in the year of its 40th
anniversary hosted Biomedica 2014. This is a
unique, biennial forum where Medical Scientists,
Clinicians, academic researchers and diagnostic
partners from industry are invited to come
together, exchange and share research ideas and
to explore the latest technological and scientific
solutions on offer. The event was held in Dublin’s
RDS exhibition hall.
Caroline Vaughan, School of Biochemistry and Cell
Biology
This year’s exhibition attracted in excess of 800
delegates and a scientific poster competition
formed part of the programme. From the poster
entries four finalists were selected and each invited
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to give a 5-minute talk to the judges about their
research.
The School of Biochemistry and
Cell Biology was represented by
2nd year PhD student Caroline
Vaughan (pictured here with
the president of the A.M.L.S., Mr
Patrick Mullane) who claimed 1st
prize for the presentation of her
work on a role for Presenilin 2 in
the human innate immune response. This forms
part of her PhD work under the supervision of Dr
Justin McCarthy.
Second year PhD student, Caroline Vaughan,
claimed 1st prize for the poster and
presentation of her work on a role for
Presenilin 2 in the human innate immune
response.
People in the news
STUDENT WINS BEST POSTER AWARD
SCHOOL OF BIOCHEMISTRY
AND CELL BIOLOGY
PEOPLE
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that exhibit some exciting properties:
the fibres are 10 times stronger than
nylon, but are 100 times thinner than
a human hair; they are antimicrobial
and can form a hydrogel. Potential
novel applications include the use of
the biopolymer as a suture in delicate
surgeries, fabric for the textile
industry, or an antimicrobial aerosol
for surgical instruments and implants,
to name but a few. Benthic Labs are
hoping to commercialise some of
these products.
ACADEMIC MENTORS AND STUDENT MEMBERS OF THE UCC IGEM 2014 TEAM
Back: Professor Tommie McCarthy, Leanne O’Sullivan, Gavin King, Cian Scannell, Russell Banta, Selma Bouanane, Shama Chilakwad,
Patrick Xie and Dr Paul Young. Front: Cian O’ Donnell, Timothy O’Flynn, Daniel Collins, Ian Valentine McDermott, Carolina Cordero.
UCC Leads the Way in
Synthetic Biology
Students awarded venture capital
to form SynBio start-up, compete
in international competition
This month, a group of UCC students
will begin a research project that
they will enter in the International
Genetically Engineered Machine
(iGEM) competition. They will be the
first Irish team to compete in this
prestigious event.
In addition to participating in the
iGEM competition, they have set
up a company, Benthic Labs, which
has successfully secured a place
on the SynBio axlr8r programme.
SynBio axlr8r offers start-ups expert
mentoring, lab space, access to
state-of-the-art facilities and 30,000
USD in funding. This funding
will support the team’s bid at
the iGEM competition in Boston,
Massachusetts, this November.
The iGEM competition sees student
teams given a kit of biological parts
at the beginning of the summer.
Working at their own universities,
the teams use these biological parts,
and new parts of their own design, to
build biological systems and operate
them in living cells.
The UCC team aims to run two
innovative synthetic biology projects
over the summer, the results of which
will form the basis of their iGEM entry.
The first project aims to synthesise
a novel biopolymer. By engineering
hagfish genes into bacterial cells, the
team hopes to produce and purify
the proteins that constitute hagfish
slime (a gooey substance used by
the hagfish for self-defence). These
hagfish slime proteins form fibres
The second project will involve
engineering bacteria to detect
specific DNA sequences. In this
way, it is hoped that the bacteria
could be used to detect pathogenic
viruses, for example. This would have
applications as an ultra-low cost
diagnostic technology.
The interdisciplinary group is
made up of students from UCC’s
College of Science, Engineering
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and was initiated by Dr Paul Young
and Professor Tommie McCarthy
from the School of Biochemistry and
Cell Biology, who will act as the main
academic mentors.
The iGEM summer competition,
which began with five teams in 2004,
has grown enormously over the
past ten years. This year, 245 teams
from the world’s leading universities
will take part. The competition is
run by the iGEM Foundation, an
independent, non-profit organisation
dedicated to inspiring education and
competition, advancing synthetic
biology, and developing an open
community with collaboration among
students.
SynBio axlr8r is backed by venture
capital firm SOSventures and
focuses on entrepreneurs building
technologies relating to the field of
synthetic biology. The programme
is sponsoring six start-ups through a
three-month period in UCC.
The UCC team aims to run two innovative synthetic
biology projects over the summer, the results of
which will form the basis of their iGEM entry.
and Food Science (SEFS), each
with a different focus – Genetics,
Chemistry, Biochemistry, Biomedical
Science, Mathematics, Physics and
Engineering. The team’s entry in iGEM
is supported by UCC’s College of SEFS
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For more information, please contact
Dr Paul Young ([email protected];
087-7408586) or Shama Chilakwad
([email protected]; 0894946998).
igem competition
UCC ENTERS IGEM COMPETITION
SCHOOL OF BIOCHEMISTRY
AND CELL BIOLOGY
BSC IN BIOCHEMISTRY 2014
SCHOOL OF BIOCHEMISTRY
AND CELL BIOLOGY
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UPCOMING
Congratulations to the fourth year
Biochemistry students who completed
their final exams in May and received their
examination results in June. These students
will graduate in October 2014, of which
nine students will graduate with a first
class honours Biochemistry degree, twenty
one students will graduate with a second
class honours grade 1 degree and seven
students will graduate with a second class
honours grade 2 degree.
BSc in Biochemistry 2014
BSc in Biochemistry: Class
of 2013-2014
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The staff in the School of Biochemistry and
Cell Biology would like to wish them all
well in their future careers and thank them
for their interest in the programme and
diligence over the past four years.
The staff in the School of Biochemistry and
Cell Biology would also like to thank the
Biochemistry external examiner, Professor
Adrian Harwood for his feedback and
support regarding the curriculum and
teaching of the BSc Biochemistry degree
programme and for the positive manner
in which he engaged with the students.
Professor Adrian Harwood is a professor
in the School of Biosciences at Cardiff
University and was appointed as external
examiner of the Biochemistry programme
in 2012, and will remain as external
examiner of this programme until 2015.
PEOPLE
IN THE
NEWS
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PHD CONFERRINGS IN THE SCHOOL OF BIOCHEMISTRY AND CELL BIOLOGY
Back: Dr Jyoti Chibber, Dr Maura Hannon, Dr Janina Berghoff, Dr Will Landry, Dr Abrar Ahmed, Dr Zhenfei Ning, Dr Ronan O’Riordan, Dr Kathy Barriscale, Dr Finola Fogarty and Dr Meghan Coakley. Front:
Dr Ken Nally, Dr Cora O’Neill, Professor Tommie McCarthy, Professor Rosemary O’Connor, Dr Michael Murphy, Professor David Sheehan, Dr Justin McCarthy, Dr Kellie Dean and Dr Tom Moore.
PhD Conferrings in June
On 12 June 2014, five students in the
PhD Scholars Programme in Cancer
Biology were conferred with a PhD
in Cancer Biology from UCC. The
conferring marks the completion of
the first two cohorts of PhD students
in the PhD Scholars Programme in
Cancer Biology with nine students
earning PhD in Cancer Biology from
UCC. Eight more students are due to
complete in 2016.
This Programme was established in
2008 with a €4.3 million award from
Dr Finola Fogarty and Professor Rosemary O’Connor
the Health Research Board to develop
PhD training with an underlying focus
on cell signalling systems and gene
regulation. The Scholars Programme
is directed by Professor Rosemary
O’Connor, with additional leadership
and management provided by a
Steering Committee comprising:
Professor John Atkins, Professor
Tom Cotter, and Professor Tommie
McCarthy, School of Biochemistry
and Cell Biology; Professor Noel
Caplice, Department of Medicine; and
Professor Paul Redmond, Department
of Surgery. The Programme has also
benefitted from input and advice
from an External Advisory Board
consisting of Professor Gerard Evan,
University of Cambridge; Dr Helke
Hillebrand, EMBL; and Professor
Donald McDonnell, Duke University.
Dr Kellie Dean, Training Coordinator
for the PhD Scholars Programme,
has facilitated and monitored the
progress of the students through the
programme and provided ongoing
support and mentorship to the PhD
Scholars.
story continues on next page...
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phd Conferrings
PHD CONFERRINGS
SCHOOL OF BIOCHEMISTRY
AND CELL BIOLOGY
PEOPLE
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Dr Justin McCarthy and Dr Jyoti Chibber
Dr Maura Hannon and Professor Tommie McCarthy
story continued from previous page
This was one of the first, 4-year
structured PhD programmes in
UCC. The programme follows a
“1+3” model that included one
year of laboratory rotation projects,
taught elements and general
scientific training, with a focus on
the biological and clinical aspects of
cancer. In year 2 of the programme,
the students selected a project and
supervisor for their PhD research.
Throughout the programme, they
had research seminars with national
and international speakers and
It’s a lovely day!
On 12 June 2014, five students in the PhD Scholars Programme in Cancer
Biology were conferred with a PhD in Cancer Biology from UCC.
advanced training workshops.
With support from the Programme
and Eli Lilly, some PhD Scholars
have presented their work at
international conferences including
Gordon Research Conferences, the
American Association for Cancer
Research annual meetings, Cold
Spring Harbor Laboratory meetings,
and EMBO/EMBL Symposia. To
date, students in the PhD Scholars
Programme in Cancer Biology have
authored 14 publications in various
journals including Oncogene, Blood,
Cancer Research, PLoS One, PNAS,
Biochemistry Journal, Analytical
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Dr Will Landry
Biochemistry, FEBS Journal, and RNA
Biology.
Students conferred on 12 June with
PhD in Cancer Biology include:
• Abrar Ahmed, supervised by Dr
Ruaidhri Carmody
• Kathy Barriscale, supervised by
Professor Tommie McCarthy
• Janina Berghoff, supervised by Dr
Justin McCarthy
• Fionola Fogarty, supervised by
Professor Rosemary O’Connor
• Ronan O’Riordan, supervised by
Dr Tom Moore.
Dr Kathy Barriscale-Walsh and Professor Tommie McCarthy
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Phd Conferrings
PHD CONFERRINGS
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AND CELL BIOLOGY
A MODELLING INVITATION FOR YOU!
PEOPLE
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It has been an exciting time for
Dr Meghan Coakley, recent PhD
graduate (Dr Cora O’ Neill’s lab).
The week after her PhD graduation
ceremony at UCC, Meghan was a
featured exhibitor at the White House
Maker Faire in Washington DC as
part of the official launch of the NIH
3D Print Exchange. Press Release at
http://www.nih.gov/news/health/
jun2014/niaid-18.htm
Meghan is a
Scientific Program
Analyst in the
Bioinformatics
and Computation
Biosciences Branch
at the National
Institute of Allergy and infectious
Diseases (NIAID), US National
Institutes of Health (NIH). She began
working there while completing her
PhD thesis at home in the US, after
enjoyable years as a PhD and MSc
(Applied Biotechnology) graduate
student in the School of Biochemistry
and Cell Biology, where she worked
on projects in Alzheimer’s Disease
and Neurodegeneration.
In her new role, Meghan and her
Dr Meghan Coakley shows off a 3D-printed
model of the hemagglutinin receptor on the
influenza virus.
colleagues developed the NIH 3D
Print Exchange, where she is a colead on the project. This is a public
website that enables users to share
and download 3D print files related
to health and science. The files can be
used, for example, to print models of
cells, bacteria, human anatomy and
customised laboratory equipment.
NIH Director Francis Collins, M.D.,
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planning interactions with her former
supervisor, Dr Cora O’ Neill, using this
platform. Meghan would especially
love to interact with the School of
Biochemistry and Cell Biology in
the future, to see models and hear
feedback from former colleagues and
current staff and students at UCC. For
more information, contact Meghan.
For researchers, the most exciting
part is the collection of free tools
built into the site, which eliminate
the need for any 3D modeling design
experience: For example, a registered
user can upload a CT scan, molecular
structure file, or volumetric data,
such as a microscopy image stack,
and in minutes the site generates
files that are ready to download and
compatible with 3D printers. To help
new users, the site also features video
tutorials on 3D modeling software,
and a discussion forum to promote
collaboration.
Meghan and her colleagues are
eager to grow the community of
users on the Exchange and she is
Using a 3D-printed model of the hemagglutinin
receptor on the influenza virus, researchers at
NIAID were able to identify a previously-unseen
binding groove in the trimer structure, and that
discovery was a breakthrough into research on a
universal flu vaccine.
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Dr Meghan Coakley (left) and Dr Darrell Hurt (right) of the NIH 3D
Print Exchange, with NIH Director Dr Francis Collins (centre), at the
White House Maker Faire on 18 June 2014.
3d-Modelling
Ph.D., says: “3D printing is a potential
game changer for medical research”.
The mission of the NIH 3D Print
Exchange site is to provide users –
scientists, educators, students, DIYbio
and 3D print enthusiasts – with
high-quality, scientifically accurate
models of molecules, bacteria, cells,
and anatomy, and more which can be
utilized for scientific visualization and
discovery.
Dr Meghan Coakley, a
recent PhD graduate
from this School invites
you to use the NIH 3D
Print Exchange!
SCHOOL OF BIOCHEMISTRY
AND CELL BIOLOGY
PEOPLE
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Laying down markers for future
cancer treatments
Professor Rosemary O’Connor was interviewed for a
story on the BioMARKERIGF project to mark February 4th,
World Cancer Day.
The interview has been published on the Horizon 2020
website, in the “Projects Stories” section at https://
ec.europa.eu/programmes/horizon2020/en/news/
laying-down-markers-future-cancer-treatments
Professor Rosemary O’Connor, School of Biochemistry
and Cell Biology
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AND CELL BIOLOGY
Professor Rosemary O’Connor
interviewed to mark World Cancer Day,
February 4th.
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PLoS Publication from
Professor David Sheehan’s lab
Ms Sidra Ilyas, a PhD Scholar at the University
of the Punjab, Lahore, Pakistan was funded
by the Pakistani Government to spend eightmonths in the lab of Professor David Sheehan
during 2012- 2013.
She is investigating the biochemical basis of an
unusual metal-resistance in a fungus isolated
from industrial effluent in Lahore, Pakistan.
This turned out to be Trichosporon asahii, an
emerging pathogen increasingly implicated
in nosocomial infections, fatal opportunistic
infections and in a condition called summertype hypersensitivity pneumonitis. Sidra
discovered that this fungus could be
successfully cultured in very high levels of
heavy metals such as arsenic and cadmium.
People in the news
PEOPLE IN THE NEWS
SCHOOL OF BIOCHEMISTRY
AND CELL BIOLOGY
She came to UCC to compare proteome
profiles between metal-exposed and control
fungi. Taking advantage of the availability of
two recently-sequenced T. asahii genomes and
using redox proteomics approaches, she was
able to show that Arsenic had specific oxidative
effects on key enzymes involved in amino acid
metabolism.
Her study has just been accepted for
publication in PLoS One (Ilyas et al., 2014).
PEOPLE
ON THE
MOVE
People on the Move
Professor Dmitri Papkovsky welcomes the following
new lab members:
• Dr Irina Okkelman - Research Assistant, from March
2014
• Dr Swagata Banjeree, PhD – Postdoctoral
Researcher, from May 1, 2014
• as well as visiting PhD students from the University
of Tartu, Estonia - Mrs Kadri Ligi, MSc and Mrs Marie
Kriisa, MSc - who will be here in UCC for the period
June-July 2014.
Dr Dmitry Andreev from Moscow State University is
visiting Dr Pasha Baranov’s lab at the end of July. Emily
Power and Shauna O’Donnovan joined his lab for the
Summer to work on their MSc research projects
Dr Swagata Banjeree
Dr Kathy Barriscale Walsh is joining Dr Tom Moore’s
lab on an SFI TIDA award in collaboration with Dr Jim
Clover, recently-appointed plastic surgeon. The project
aims to develop a novel wound healing therapy.
Departures
We say farewell with best wishes to Dr Claudio Toncelli
who left in February 2014 to work at the University of
Heraklion (Greece).
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SCHOOL OF BIOCHEMISTRY
AND CELL BIOLOGY
Dr Kathy Barriscale Walsh
Professor
David Sheehan
has been
elected
by SEFS
academics
to represent
the College
on the
University’s
Academic
Board.
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Professor David Sheehan to
represent SEFS on Academic
Board
Professor David Sheehan
Professor David Sheehan has been elected
by SEFS academics to represent the College
on the University’s Academic Board.
People on the Move
PEOPLE ON THE MOVE
SCHOOL OF BIOCHEMISTRY
AND CELL BIOLOGY
This is the senior Academic Council standing
committee and makes many of the key
decisions later ratified by AC or Governing
Body.
SCHOOL OF BIOCHEMISTRY
AND CELL BIOLOGY
UPCOMING EVENTS
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UPCOMING
British Biophysical Society Biennial Conference
The British Biophysical Society biennial conference is taking place July 9th-11th in Warwick, UK.
Bursaries are available for early-stage researchers to attend.
• Professor Sir John Walker FRS (MRC Mitochondrial Biology Unit)
• Professor Gabriel Waksman FRS (University College London)
• Professor Ernst Bamberg (Max Planck Institute of Biophysics, Hamburg)
• Professor Wolfgang Baumeister (Max-Planck-Institute of Biochemistry, Martinsried)
Further details on the conference can be found at http://www2.warwick.ac.uk/fac/sci/wcas/events/bbs2014
EBSA Biophysics Course
The European Biophysical Society Association is continuing its very
successful Advanced Courses on Biophysics with a workshop on
Membranes and Lipid-protein Interactions in September 2014 to be held
at Le Grande Motte, near Montpelier, France.
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The conference features keynotes from:
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Grant awards and Research
presentations
Dr Dmitriev, Alicia Waters and Alina Kondrashina – all
received travel awards to facilitate their attending the
forthcoming Experimental Biology conference, San
Diego, April 21-26, 2014.
They will be making the following poster presentations:
1. Ruslan Dmitriev, Sergey Borisov, Alina Kondrashina,
Janelle Pakan, Dmitri Papkovsky, Real-time monitoring
of oxygenation in cultured organotypic brain slices,
FASEB J, 2014, 28:1180.20.
2. Alicia Waters, Alexander Zhdanov, Dmitri
Papkovsky, Regulation of pyruvate dehydrogenase
phosphorylation by hypoxia, FASEB J, 2014, 28:572.4.
Dr Ruslan Dmitriev (Professor Dmitri
Papkovsky’s lab) has been awarded a
Science Foundation Ireland Starting
Investigator research grant.
Dr Ruslan Dmitriev, School of Biochemistry and Cell
Biology
Dr Ruslan Dmitriev (Professor Dmitri Papkovsky’s lab)
has been awarded a Science Foundation Ireland Starting
Investigator research grant for a project: Development
of bionic sensor materials for metabolic imaging in
regenerative medicine - Sep 2014 –Aug 2018, Total:
€517k.
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AND CELL BIOLOGY
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Talk given at
workshop on
Advanced Multiphoton
and Fluorescence
Lifetime Imaging
Techniques
People in the news
RESEARCH HIGHLIGHTS IN APRIL-MAY
SCHOOL OF BIOCHEMISTRY
AND CELL BIOLOGY
Professor Dmitri
Papkovsky
recently gave the
following invited
talk: Imaging of
tissue oxygen
Professor Dmitri Papkovsky
by means of
cell-penetrating
phosphorescent probes and TCSPCFLIM, 9th Workshop on Advanced
Multiphoton and Fluorescence
Lifetime Imaging Techniques,
Saarbrucken, Germany, May 27-28,
2014.
HOT OFF THE PRESS! RECENT PUBLICATIONS
SCHOOL OF BIOCHEMISTRY
AND CELL BIOLOGY
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Dmitriev RI, Kondrashina AV, Koren K, Klimant I, Pakan J, McDermott
K, Zhdanov AV, Papkovsky DB (2014) Small molecule phosphorescent
probes for O2 imaging in 3D tissue models, Biomater. Sci., 2, 853-866.
Deevi RK, Cox, OT, O’Connor R (2014) Essential function for PDLIM2 in
cell polarization in three-dimensional cultures by feedback regulation
of the β1-integrin-RhoA signaling axis. Neoplasia pii: S14765586(14)00045-1. doi: 10.1016/j.neo.2014.04.006. [Epub ahead of print]
RECENT Publications
HOT OFF THE
Recent Research Publications
from this School
Toncelli C, Arzhakova O, Dolgova A, Kerry JP, Papkovsky DB (2014)
Oxygen-sensitive phosphorescent nanomaterials produced from high
density polyethylene films by local solvent-crazing, Anal Chem 86,
1917-23.
PRESS
Zhdanov AV, Dmitriev RI, Hynes J, Papkovsky DB (2014) Kinetic
analysis of local oxygenation and respiratory responses of
mammalian cells using intracellular oxygen-sensitive probes and
time-resolved fluorescence plate reader, In: Conceptual Background
and Bioenergetic/Mitochondrial Aspects of Oncometabolism, Eds.L.
Galluzzi, G. Kroemer, Methods in Enzymology vol. 542, p. 183-207.
(book chapter). Kondrashina A, Dmitriev R, Papkovsky D (2014) Comparison of
different techniques for monitoring of mammalian cell respiration
FASEB J 28, 960.4.
Dmitriev R, Kondrashina A, Foley T, Papkovsky D (2014), Imaging
of molecular oxygen at subcellular resolution in mammalian cell
culture: from 2D to 3D models FASEB J 228, 764.1.
Jenkins J, Dmitriev RI, Papkovsky DB (2014) TCSPC-PLIM imaging of
cell oxygenation in 3D porous scaffold, 9th Workshop on Advanced
Multiphoton and Fluorescence Lifetime Imaging Techniques,
Saarbruecken, Germany, May 27-28,. (poster)
Papkovsky DB (2014) Imaging of tissue oxygenation with
phosphorescent oxygen (nano)sensors, European Conference on
Optical Chemical Sensors and Biosensors, April 12-16, , Athens,
Greece (poster).
Kelly C, Toncelli C, Kerry JP, Papkovsky DB (2014) Phosphorescent
O2 sensors based on the non-woven polyolefine fabric materials, J.
Mater. Chem. C, 2, 2169-2174.
Sharma V, Prere MF, Canal I, Firth AE, Atkins JF, Baranov PV, Favet O
(2014) Nucleic Acids Research 42, 7210-7225.
Ilyas S., Rehman A., Coelho Varela A., Sheehan D. (2014) Redox
proteomics changes in the fungal pathogen Trichosporon asahii on
arsenic exposure: Identification of protein responses to metal-induced
oxidative stress in an environmentally-sampled isolate. PLoS One IN
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people in the news
UPCOMING
EVENTS
Some 35 staff
attended the 2014
Summer barbeque at
the Angler’s Rest in
Carrigrohane.
A great night was had
by all!

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