APVV

APVV-21-0355 Cafeteria diet-induced obesity in wild-type and receptor for advanced glycation end products (RAGE-/-) knockout mice and effects of peripherally administered oxytocin

Principal investigator: Katarína Šebeková
Duration of the project: 2022-2026

APVV-21-0378 The role of infectious and sterile inducers of neutrophil extracellular trap formation in sepsis

Principal investigator: Michal Pastorek
Duration of the project: 2022-2026

APVV-21-0370 The role of extracellular DNA and neutrophil extracellular traps in the pathogenesis of chronic liver diseases

Principal investigator: Roman Gardlík
Duration of the project: 2022-2025

APVV-18-0366 The role of netosis in the etiopathogenesis of rheumatoid arthritis

Principal investigator: Barbora Vlková
Duration of the project: 2019-2023

VEGA

VEGA 1/0573/21 Rapid diagnosis of bacterial agent and resistance in sepsis

Principal investigator: Július Hodosy
Duration of the project: 2021-2023

 

VEGA 1/0657/21 Salivary nucleic acids and their clinical use

Principal investigator: Peter Celec
Duration of the project: 2021-2023

 

VEGA 1/0742/21 Deoxyribonuclease – role in the physiology and pathophysiology of pregnancy

Principal investigator: Barbora Vlková
Duration of the project: 2021- 2023

 

VEGA 1/0649/21 Explanation of the pathogenesis of chronic liver diseases by studying neutrophil extracellular traps and circulating DNA

Principal investigator: Roman Gardlík
Duration of the project: 2021-2024

 

VEGA 1/0674/21 A model of colitis from the point of view of biophysics as a contribution to the understanding of inflammatory bowel diseases

Principal investigator: Barbora Konečná
Duration of the project: 2021-2023

 

VEGA 1/0716/20 Causes and effects of netosis in sterile inflammation – flow cytometry analysis

Principal investigator: Michal Pastorek
Duration of the project: 2020-2023