Prof. RNDr. Igor Kučera, DrSc.

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Field of study: Biochemistry

supervisor of doctoral students

  • Pavel Bouchal (graduate 2005, topic: The dynamics of bacterial proteomes in relation to environmental factors)
  • Martin Hubálek (graduate 2007, topic: Comparative proteome analysis of Francisella tularensis with identification of unique proteins by mass spectrometry)
  • Marek Koutný (graduate 1999)
  • Martin Kryl (topic: Oxidative stress-linked proteins in the bakterium Paracoccus denitrificans)
  • Michal Kuňák (graduate 2004, topic: Dynamics of electron flow in the periplasmic part of the respiratory chain of Paracoccus denitrificans)
  • Jiří Mazoch (graduate 2004, topic: Regulation of the synthesis of the denitrification pathway of PARACOCCUS DENITRIFICANS)
  • Nikola Ptáčková (graduate 2015, topic: Lipid peroxidation involved in plant defence reaction)
  • Vladimír Rotrekl (graduate 1999, topic: Structure-function analysis of the maize beta-glucosidase)
  • Vojtěch Sedláček (graduate 2009, topic: Characterization of two cytoplasmic ferrireductases in the bacterium Paracoccus denitrificans.)
  • Jan Zouhar (graduate 2000)

consultant of doctoral students

  • Matej Adámik (topic: Interactions of p53 family proteins with biologically significant DNA quadruplexes)
  • Petra Literáková (topic: Optimization of bioenergetic processes in microalgae based on spectrophotometric and fluorescence analysis of photosynthetic complexes)
  • Josef Maryáš (topic: Molecular interactions in low-grade breast cancer metastasis)
  • Vendula Páralová (topic: The study of functional interactions using proteomics techniques with high dynamic coverage)
  • Květa Pilařová (topic: The role of the C-terminal domain of RNA polymerase II in transcriptionally regulated process of genomic instability)
  • Andrea Smejkalová (topic: Secondary metabolites influence on the food quality)
  • Martin Solanský (topic: Analysis of proteins patterns responsible for plant resistance)
  • Martina Zapletalová (topic: Metabolism of secondary metabolites involve in defense reaction)