Name:Tibor Pechan
Associated Centers:Institute for Genomics, Biocomputing and Biotechnology
Email: pechan@ra.msstate.edu
Office:Pace Seed Lab, 111
Office Phone:(662) 325-3184

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: Pechanova, O., & Pechan, T. (2015). Maize-Pathogen Interactions: An Ongoing Combat from a Proteomics Perspective. Int J Mol Sci. 16(12), 28429-28448. DOI:10.3390/ijms161226106. [Abstract] [Document Site]

Kukumberg, P., Karlik, M., Beňová-Liszeková, D., Pechan, T., & Farkas, R. (2015). New Perspectives in Human Tear Analysis? Neuro Endocrinol Lett.. 36(3), 185-186. [Abstract] [Document Site]

Takac, T., Samajova, O., Vadovic, P., Pechan, T., Kosutova, P., Ovecka, M., Husickova, A., Komis, G., & Samaj, J. (2014). Proteomic and Biochemical Analyses Show a Functional Network of Proteins Involved in Antioxidant Defense of the Arabidopsis Anp2anp3 Double Mutant. J Proteome Res.. Epub ahead of print], Epub ahead of p. [Document Site]

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.

Total Publications by this Author: 29