19th January the representatives of the Federal Agency for Scientific Organizations (FASO Russia), Department Education of Moscow and the heads of 17 schools of Moscow visited the Shemyakin&Ovchinnikov Institute of Bioorganic Chemistry of the Russian Academy of Sciences. The purpose of the visit was a meeting where administration of the Institute and guests discussed a joint work within the framework of the FASO Russia project “Academic Class” (Science and Technology class in Moscow school).
- Russian scientists have developed a mathematical model of the appearance of embryonic structures
Researchers at the Institute of Bioorganic Chemistry of the Russian Academy of Sciences, together with colleagues from the A.N. Belozersky Institute Of Physico-Chemical Biology of the Lomonosov Moscow State University and the P.N. Lebedev Physical Institute of the Russian Academy of Sciences, have proposed a new mechanism for the dynamic self-organization of spatial structures in embryogenesis. Using mathematical modeling methods, the researchers have demonstrated that this self-organization may be due to a significant difference in the diffusion of morphogen proteins, which occurs due to differently binding morphogens in the extracellular matrix. The results of this monumental research, which were published in the PLOS ONE Journal, create the preconditions for the development of other models that describe the appearance of the variety of forms in the early stages of development of an organism.
- Scientists Develop Cell-Analysis Method Much Faster Than Robotic Workstations
Researchers at the Institute of Bioorganic Chemistry of the Russian Academy of Sciences have collaborated with colleagues from other research institutions and created a microfluidic system for ultra-high-performance screening in double emulsion droplets. This breakthrough development can be used when studying the unique properties of singular living cells, and is 30 thousand times more productive that robotic workstations. At the same time, it greatly simplifies the work of researchers involved in determining the functionality of biological objects for the creation of medicinal products on their basis. The results of this research were published in the PNAS journal.
- Reports from Prof. V. Tsetlin's symposium, made during the integrated Forum in Dagomys were published (2016, 4-8th of October)
Reports form the section "Signaling ion channels from the spatial structure of physiological mechanisms" organized by Prof. V. Tsetlin made during the Forum, integrated V Congress of the Russian biochemists and V Congress of Physiologists in Dagomys (4-8 October 2016), were published on the page of the Institute of Bioorganic Chemistry in the channel YouTube. Videos of the lectures in English languages were published here.
- German-Russian symposium "Molecular Neurobiology Today and Tomorrow" in memory of Eugene Grishin
Bilateral German-Russian symposium "Molecular Neurobiology Today and Tomorrow" in memory of Eugene Grishin is a Joint Meeting of the Russian Academy of Sciences and the Berlin-Brandenburg Academy of Sciences and Humanities. We invite everyone interested in all areas of molecular neurobiology. Dates: 5-9 April 2017. Place: Institute of Bioorganic Chemistry, Moscow. Website: http://www.molneuro2017.ibch.ru/ Please apply until 15 March 2017.
- Seminar: "Solving the mechanism of fungal bioluminescence"
IX.8.16 (This event is over)
8th of September (Thursday) 16:00, Dr Cassius Stevani will deliver a report on the mechanism of fungal bioluminescence: "Solving the mechanism of fungal bioluminescence". Room 34/508
- International Meetig in the Laboratory of Molecular Biophysics
XII.18.15 (This event is over)