RECETOX Research Infrastructure Outputs

Outputs

The achievements, goals and results realized with the support of RECETOX RI between 2012 and 2016:


  • 180 scientists worked at RECETOX RI in open access mode
  • 130 scientists/institutions used capacity of the RECETOX RI (only ask analyses, data export, etc.)
  • 403 papers in high impact peer reviewed international journals
  • 11 patents, 2 utility models, 2 certified methodologies, 8 specialized maps with scientific content, 2 authorized software and other applied outputs
  • 50 multiannual national projects
  • 19 multiannual international projects
  • 52 conferences, workshops and summer school
  • annual summer school, 467 participants from 85 countries from all around the world
  • more than 300 collaborating institutions
  • 75 specialized courses and lectures
  • 359 final theses at bachelor´s, master and doctoral degree

The most significant scientific results achieved by the external users through the use of large infrastructure in the last 5 years:

 

The most significant scientific results achieved by the external users through the use of large infrastructure (Jimp-methodology RVVI)
Citation/RCX authors are bold/users of RI RECETOX are underlined

Impact factor

Stay at RECETOX RI

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Jedinakova, P., Sebej, P., Slanina, T., Klan, P., Hlavac, J. Study and application of noncatalyzed photoinduced conjugation of azides and cycloocta-1,2,3-selenadiazoles. Chemical Communications (2016), 52, 4792-4795.   

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23.2.2015-27.2.2015, 14.7.2015

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Sharma, B. M., Bharat, G. K., Tayal, S., Nizzetto, L., Cupr, P., & Larssen, T. (2014). Environment and human exposure to persistent organic pollutants (POPs) in India: A systematic review of recent and historical data. Environment International, 66C, 48–64.

 

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10.6.2013-6.9.2013
25.4.2014 -15.8.2014

3.

Zhang, N.,Schindelka, J., Hartmute, H., George, Ch., Rosell, M., Herrero-Martin, S., Klán, P. H.Richnow, H. Investigation of Humic Substance Photosensitized Reactions via Carbon and Hydrogen Isotope Fractionation. Environ. Sci. Technol. 2015 (233-242), dx.doi.org/10.1021/es502791f

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14.1.-21.1.2013

4.

Zheng Q., Nizzetto L., Li J., Mulder M.D., Saňka O., Lammel G., Bing H.J., Liu X., Luo C.L., Zhang G.: "Levels and drivers of spatial distribution of old and emerging flame retardants in Chinese forest soils: sources, trends and processes", Environ. Sci. Technol. 49 (2015) 2904-2911

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11.11.2013-2.2.2014

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Lin, T.; Guo, Z.; Li, Y.; Nizzetto, L.; Ma, C.; Chen, Y., Air-Seawater Exchange of Organochlorine Pesticides along the Sediment Plume of a Large Contaminated River. Environ. Sci. Technol. 2015, 49, (9), 5354-5362

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25.10.2013-18.1.2014

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Zheng, Q.; Nizzetto, L*.; Liu, X.; Borga, K.; Starrfelt, J.; Li, J.; Jiang, Y.; Liu, X.; Jones, K. C.; Zhang, G., Elevated Mobility of Persistent Organic Pollutants in the Soil of a Tropical Rainforest. Environ. Sci. Technol. 2015, 49, (7), 4302-4309

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11.11.2013-2.2.2014

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Shahpoury P., Lammel G., Holubová Šmejkalová A., Klánová J., Přibylová P., Váňa M.: "Polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons, polychlorinated biphenyls, and chlorinated pesticides in background air in central Europe - investigating parameters affecting wet scavenging of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons," Atmos. Chem. Phys. Discuss. 14, 26939-26970

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21.2.- 14.3.2014

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Sharma, B.M., Bharat, G.K., Tayal, S., Larssen, T., Becanova, J., Karaskova, P., Whitehead, P.G., Futter, M.N., Butterfield, D., Nizzetto, L. Perfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) in river and ground/drinking water of the Ganges River basin: Emissions and implications for human exposure. Environmental Pollution (2016), 208, 704-713, part B.

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29.4.-25.7.2014

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Victor H. Estellano, Karla Pozo, Christos Efstathiou, Katerine Pozo, Simonetta Corsolini, Silvano Focardi. Assessing levels and seasonal variations of current-use pesticides (CUPs) in the Tuscan atmosphere, Italy, using polyurethane foam disks (PUF) passive air samplers, Environmental Pollution, Volume 205, October 2015, Pages 52-59, ISSN 0269-7491,

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14.8.-23.8.2013,
25.10.-1.12.2013

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Sharma, B.M., Nizzetto, L., Bharat, G.K., Tayal, S., Melymuk, L., Sáňka, O., Přibylová, P., Audy, O., Larssen, T., 2015. Melting Himalayan glaciers contaminated by legacy atmospheric depositions are important sources of PCBs and high-molecular-weight PAHs for the Ganges floodplain during dry periods. Environ. Pollut. 206, 588–596. doi:10.1016/j.envpol.2015.08.012

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29.4.-25.7.2014

The most significant scientific results achieved by the team of the RI through the use of large infrastructure in the last 5 years:

 

The most significant scientific results achieved by the team of the RI through the use of large infrastructure

 IF

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Klán P., Šolomek T., Bochet C., Blanc A., Givens R. S., Rubina M., Popik V., Kostikov A., Wirz J. (2013) Photoremovable Protecting Groups in Chemistry and Biology: Reaction Mechanisms and Efficacy. Chem. Rev.113/1, 119–191.

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2.

Gora, A., Brezovsky, J., Damborsky, J., 2013: Gates of Enzymes. Chemical Reviews 113: 5871–5923

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3.

Keyte I., Harrison R.M., Lammel G.: “Chemical reactivity and long-range transport potential of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons – a review", CHEMICAL SOCIETY REVIEWS 2013, 42 (2013) 9333-9391

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4.

Tomáš Šolomek, Jakob Wirz and Petr Klán. Searching for Improved Photoreleasing Abilities of Organic Molecules. Accounts of chemical research. 2015, 48, 3064-3072. DOI: 10.1021/acs.accounts.5b00400

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5.

Lahoda, M., Mesters, J. R., Stsiapanava, A., Chaloupkova, R., Kuty, M., Damborsky, J., Kuta Smatanova, I., 2014: Crystallographic Analysis of 1,2,3–Trichloropropane Biodegradation by Haloalkane Dehalogenase DhaA31. Acta Crystallographica D70: 209-217. doi:10.1107/S1399004713026254

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6.

Palao, E., Slanina, T., Muchova, L., Solomek, T., Vitek, L., Klan, P. Transition-Metal-Free CO-Releasing BODIPY Derivatives Activatable by Visible to NIR Light as Promising Bioactive Molecules. Journal of the American Chemical Society (2016), 138 (1), 126-133.

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Sykora, J., Brezovsky, J., Koudelakova, T., Lahoda, M., Fortova, A., Chernovets, T., Chaloupkova, R., Stepankova, V., Prokop, Z., Kuta Smatanova, I., Hof, M., Damborsky, J., 2014: Dynamics and Hydration Explain Failed Functional Transformation in Dehalogenase Design. Nature Chemical Biology 10(6): 428-430. doi:10.1038/nchembio.1502

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Amaro, M., Brezovsky, J., Kovacova, S., Sykora, J., Bednar, D., Nemec, V., Liskova, V., Kurumbang, N., Beerens, K., Chaloupkova, R., Paruch, K., Hof, M., Damborsky, J., 2015: Site-specific Analysis of Protein Hydration Based on Unnatural Amino Acid Fluorescence. Journal of the American Chemical Society 137: 4988-4992.

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9.

Jarque, S., Bittner, M., Blaha, L., Hilscherova, K. Yeast Biosensors for Detection of Environmental Pollutants: Current State and Limitations. Trends in Biotechnology (2016), 34, 408-419.

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Yawer, M., Havel, Vaclav., Sindelar, V., (2014) A Bambusuril Macrocycle that Binds Anions in Water with High Affinity and Selectivity, Angew. Chem. Int. Eddition (2014) 276-9. DOI: 10.1002/anie.201409895 IF 11,336

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Koudelakova, T., Chaloupkova, R., Brezovsky, J., Prokop, Z., Sebestova, E., Hessler, M., Khabiri, M., Plevaka, M., Kulik, D., Kuta-Smatanova, I., Rezacova, P., Ettrich, R., Bornscheuer, U. T.,Damborsky, J. (2013) Engineering protein resistance to organic co-solvent and elevated temperature by access tunnel modification. Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. 52, 1959-1963

book chapter

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Stepankova, V., Damborsky, J., Chaloupkova, R., 2015: Hydrolases in Non-Conventional Media: Implications for Industrial Biocatalysis. In: Peter Grunwald, Industrial Biocatalysis, Pan Stanford Publishing, pp. 583-620.

book chapter

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Kalina, J., Hulek, J., Boruvkova, J., Jarkovsky, J., Klanova, J., Dusek, L. Three levels of R language involvement in global monitoring plan warehouse architecture. In Hrebicek J.,Denzer R.,Schimak G.,Argent R.M.. IFIP Advances in Information and Communication Technology. New York: Springer, 2015. s. 426-433, 8 s. ISBN 978-3-319-15993-5.  

book chapter