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CanSponGE - Cancer-related genes in sponges

The use of animals as experimental models for human diseases is imperative for understanding the causes, biology, and prevention of diseases.

Principal investigator: Helena Ćetković

Evolution in the dark

How organisms adapt to new environment and generate novel phenotypes are fundamental questions in biology. Cave adapted animals offer outstanding opportunities to answer them because the cave environment is simple, novel phenotypes evolved convergently in different phyla, and surface dwelling relatives resembling the ancestral form are available for comparative studies.

Principal investigator: Helena Bilandžija

Comparative phosphoproteome analysis of S. rimosus oxytetracycline producers strains

The aim of this project is to determine the role of protein phosphorylation in antibiotic production from industrially important bacterium.

Principal investigator: Dušica Vujaklija

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