Research projects

Period

Project ID

 

Principal Investigator

Project Title

2018-2021

2017/25/B/NZ4/01550

Dorota Ścieglińska

Role of HSPA2 chaperone protein in epidermis physiology and pathophysiology

2018-2019

2017/01/X/NZ3/01753

Agnieszka Gogler-Pigłowska

Evaluation of the contribution of the HSPA2 chaperone protein to the regulation of the growth and invasive potential of human glioblastoma multiforme cells

2017-2020

2016/21/N/NZ5/01917

Damian Sojka

Examination of the relations between HSPA2 chaperone protein and proteins encoded by normal or mutated TP53 gene in non-small cell lung carcinoma

 

2014-2018

 

2013/09/B/NZ5/01815

 

Zdzisław Krawczyk/ Dorota Ścieglińska

Modulatory effect of HSPA2 protein, a member of the HSPA heat shock protein family, on sensitivity of non-small cell lung carcinoma cells to platinum derivatives.

 

2013-2015

N/NZ1/05/2012/00022

Anna Habryka

Characterization of the mechanism regulating expression of human HSPA2 gene in selected somatic cells.

2011 – 2014

N401 6837 40

Zdzisław Krawczyk

 

A role of HSPA2, the chaperon from the HSP70 family, in the proliferation of cells of epidermal basal layer.

2008 – 2011

N401 2304 34

Zdzisław Krawczyk

 

A study of differential expression of HSPA2 and HSPA1 proteins in tumors and their influence on cancer cell death.

2008 – 2009

N N401 231234

Zdzisław Krawczyk

 

Search for hypoxic molecular signature in melanoma.

2004 – 2006

N N401 231234                                          

Zdzisław Krawczyk

 

Role of neuropilin-1 and class 3 semaphorins in B16 murine melanoma cell migration processes.

2003 – 2006

3 PO4B 014 25                                           

Zdzisław Krawczyk

 

Effect of HSP70i chaperone protein on the occurrence frequency of incorrect mitoses and apoptosis in cells exposed to agents causing aberrations in mitotic spindle formation.

2003 – 2006

3 PO5A 009 25                                           

Dorota Ścieglińska

 

Human HSPA2 gene. Structural and functional analysis of its promoter and the role of encoded protein in apoptosis.

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