INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF CARDIOLOGY AND CARDIOVASCULAR MEDICINE

ISSN 2517-570X

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Joanna Kocot

Biography:

She completed her PhD in medical science (25-hydroxyvitamin D3 concentration and profile of selected adipokines in type 2 diabetic patients with excessive body weight”) at Medical University of Lublin (Poland) in May 2015. In 2015-2016, she was responsible for carrying out cell research in two projects: “The influence of the chemical structure of coumarins derivatives on their central effects showed in behavioral and biochemical studies” and “From chemoprevention to chemotherapy the role of capsaicin in the treatment of hepatocellular carcinoma”. At present, she was carrying out research on the role of bee venom on differentiation process of 3T3-L1 pre-adipocyte to adipocyte. She was also taking part in research evaluating the possible role of selenium as a protective agent against lithium toxicity. In her work, She was using the following scientific methods/techniques: isolation total and plasmid DNA from bacteria, cell culture techniques, PCR, electrophoresis, zymography, ELISA, HPLC, flow cytometry. Moreover, she was responsible for handling the Amino Acid Analyzer 400 (Ingos, Praga).

Research Interests:

  • The role of vitamins in physiology and pathology
  • The role of amino acids in physiology and pathology
  • The role of antioxidants and oxidative stress in physiology and pathology
  • The role of macroelements, microelements and trace elements in physiology and pathology
  • The role of matrix metalloproteinase’s in neurodegenerative disorders
  • Anti-cancer and neuroprotective propertiesof bee venom
  • Adipokines
  • Neurodegenerative disorders
  • Diabetes
  • Obesity
  • Tumors

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