|Research Interest: ||Applying techniques of mass spectrometry for understanding of proteomes and metabolomes of variety organism ranging from bacteria to humans. Main area of expertise is plant proteomics and corn-pathogen interaction, but current research also includes theoretical computational chemistry, and modeling of oil spill effects on marine life. |
|Publications: ||Takac, T., Pechan, T., Samajova, O., & Samaj, J. (2014). Integrative Chemical Proteomics and Cell Biology Methods to Study Endocytosis and Vesicular Trafficking in Arabidopsis. Plant Endosomes. Springer New York. DOI:10.1007/978-1-4939-1420-3_20. |
Pechanova, O., Rodriguez, J., Williams, W. P., & Pechan, T. (2014). Differential Metabolomics of Cob Tissues from Maize Genotypes Resistant and Susceptible to Aflatoxin Accumulation. American Society for Mass Spectrometry Annual Meeting. Baltimore, MD.
Pechan, T., & Gwaltney, S. R. (2014). Fundamental Predictions of Ion Intensities in Tandem Mass Spectra of Three Pentapeptides. American Society for Mass Spectrometry Annual Meeting. Baltimore, MD.
Smékalová, V., Luptoviak, I., Komis, G., Samajova, O., Ovecka, M., Doskocilova, A., Takac, T., Vadovic, P., Novak, O., Pechan, T., Ziemann, A., Kosutova, P., & Samaj, J. (2014). Involvement of YODA and Mitogen Activated Protein Kinase 6 in Arabidopsis Post-embryogenic Root Development through Auxin Up-regulation and Cell Division Plane Orientation. New Phytologist. 203(4), 1175-93. DOI:10.1111/nph.12880.. [Document Site]
Takac, T., Pechan, T., Samaj, J., & Samajova, O. (2013). Vesicular Trafficking and Stress Response Coupled to PI3K Inhibition by LY294002 as Revealed by Proteomic and Cell Biological Analysis. Journal of Proteome Research. Epub, 1-7. [Document Site]
|Total Publications by this Author: 26|