TEAM

Head:
Katarzyna M. Marzec, PhD

Staff:

Katarzyna Bulat (PhD),
Jakub Dybs (PhD student),
Aneta Blat (PhD student),
Karolina Chrabąszcz (PhD student)

RESEARCH  PROJECTS

  1.  Diagnostics of the biochemical alterations in packed human red blood cells (PRBCs) with the use of vibrational spectroscopy
    Funding Agency: National Centre for Research and Development “Lider VIII”
  2. In search of biochemical, mechanical and functional fingerprints of oxidative stress in RBCs
    Funding Agency: National Science Centre, Poland, Program: OPUS

RESEARCH  PROFILE

METHODS

CURRENT  RESEARCH  ACTIVITIES

SELECTED PUBLICATIONS

  1. Perez-Guaita D, de Veij M, Marzec KM, Almohammedi ARD, McNaughton D, Hudson AJ, Wood BR. Resonance Raman and UV-Visible Microscopy Reveals that Conditioning Red Blood Cells with Repeated Doses of Sodium Dithionite Increases Haemoglobin Oxygen Uptake. ChemistrySelect 2017, DOI: 10.1002/slct.201700190.
  2. Marzec K, Dybas J, Chlopicki S, Baranska M. Resonance Raman in vitro Detection and Differentiation of the Nitrite-induced Hemoglobin Adducts in Functional Human Red Blood Cells. J Phys Chem B. 2016;120(48),12249-12260.
  3. Marzec KM, Rygula A, Wood BR, Chlopicki S, Baranska M. High–resolution Raman imaging reveals spatial location of heme oxidation sites in single red blood cells of dried smears. J. Raman Spectrosc. 2015;46(1):76-83.
  4. Marzec KM, Perez–Guaita D, de Veij M, McNaughton D, Baranska M, Dixon MWA, Tilley L, Wood BR. Red blood cells polarize green laser light revealing hemoglobin’s enhanced non-fundamental Raman modes. Chem. Phys. Chem. 2014; 15(18):3963-3968.

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