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Radislav Sedláček in Press Club of Frekvence 1 Radio about genes and human diseases

15. 11. 2023 News PR

The guest of the Press Club was our leading expert on genetically modified organisms Radislav Sedláček from the Czech Centre for Phenogenomics. The presenter Bára Nesvadbová also came across a possible leak of the SARS-CoV-2 virus from the laboratory. You can listen to the whole interview here (in Czech).

Radislav Sedlacek in podcast “Rare on Air”

30. 10. 2023 News PR

In this month’s episode of Podcast: Rare on Air produced by EURORDIS-Rare Diseases Europe, we hear from Radislav Sedlacek, director of the Czech Centre for Phenogenomics, who explains some of the work that the centre is doing to develop gene therapies. EURORDIS is a non-profit alliance of over 1000 rare disease patient organisations from 74…

Excursion of Prague 2 suburban camp at CCP

01. 09. 2023 News PR

Children from a suburban camp for the Prague 2 district with a special focus on children from socially disadvantaged backgrounds under the auspices of the House of Children and Youth Prague 2 visited the Czech Centre for Phenogenomics on 31st August. The CCP team under the lead of Jan Procházka explained the work of the…

CCP at the Science Fair 2023

15. 06. 2023 Information PR

Hundreds of people interested in biology visited the stand of the Czech Centre for Phenogenomics at the Science Fair 2023. Big thanks to all the volunteers from the CCP team.

New CCP E-newsletter

14. 04. 2023 News PR

Highlights of the Issue: The new state-of-the-art BSL-3 laboratory at the Czech Centre for Phenogenomics CCP preclinical services in a nutshell Focus on rare diseases: the Alliance for Rare Disease Research and Therapy is launched Open access to CCP services under transnational calls Full version of the e-Newsletter

Thanks to mice, scientists at the Czech Academy of Sciences identified, for example, the gene behind retinal degeneration

26. 01. 2023 Information News PR

The Czech Academy of Sciences celebrates 70 years. Genetically modified mouse models help reveal the causes of human diseases, explains scientist Radislav Sedláček. Just turn off a gene in a mouse and you will learn which gene could be responsible for one of the diseases in humans. In the next part of our series on…

“Gene Age” travelling lecture tour in 2022 – summary report

23. 01. 2023 Information News PR

“Gene Age” is an accompanying travelling lecture series of the AV21 Strategy research programme “Towards precision medicine and gene therapy “ In December 2022, the Czech Centre for Phenogenomics (CCP) at the Institute of Molecular Genetics of the Czech Academy of Sciences organized a traveling series of lectures “The Gene Age” on the topic of…

Explore recent news from CCP

24. 08. 2022 News PR

A new issue of the CCP e-newsletter has been released. Highlights of the Issue: CCP Phenogenomics Conference on Rare Diseases: Experimental Models & Delivery of Therapies Towards precision medicine and gene therapy – AV21 Strategy Programme of the Czech Academy of Sciences coordinated by the Institute of Molecular Genetics ICRI 2022 satellite event: Global and…

Isoplexis IsoLight Automated Celluar Proteomic in CCP

08. 08. 2022 Information News PR Service

We would like to inform our users that CCP now offers automated single cell functional proteomics analysis on the Isoplexis platform enabling for single cell functional immunophenotyping or phospho-protein analysis. If you want to know more about the device and services available in CCP for your research please check the details at our immunology unit…

A delegation of EU member states, representatives of the Council of the EU and the Ministry of Education,Youth and Sports visited the research infrastructures at the BIOCEV center

22. 07. 2022 Information News PR

On July 21, 2022, a delegation of representatives of the Council of the EU and the Ministry of Education, Youth and Sports visited the BIOCEV, a joint centre of the Czech Academy of Sciences and Charles University in Vestec near Prague. The goal was to present large research infrastructures and their potential for collaboration in…