- Postdoc; PhD
Zuzana Rosenbergova has a M.Eng and PhD degree in Biotechnology from Slovakian University of Technology in Bratislava. Her PhD thesis focused on the production of recombinant proteins and peptides with potential pharmaceutical application. During her doctoral studies, she spent six months as a guest researcher at the Laboratory of Microbial Gene Technology (Dzung B. Diep’s group) at the Norwegian University of Life Sciences where she worked on identifying new antimicrobial peptides. She’s skilled in gene cloning and expression, microbial fermentation, and protein purification.
She’s currently focusing on the CCN family of proteins and their role in fibrosis.
Effects of Sulforaphane-Induced Cell Death upon Repeated Passage of Either P-Glycoprotein-Negative or P-Glycoprotein-Positive L1210 Cell Variants
Int J Mol Sci, 23 (18)
Identification of a Novel Two-Peptide Lantibiotic from Vagococcus fluvialis
Microbiol Spectr, 10 (4), e0095422
Potential of non-Saccharomyces yeast to produce non-alcoholic beer
FEMS Yeast Res, 22 (1)
Improved Production of Recombinant Myrosinase in Pichia pastoris
Int J Mol Sci, 22 (21)
Optimisation of Recombinant Myrosinase Production in Pichia pastoris
Int J Mol Sci, 22 (7)