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Mihaela-Olivia Dobrica, PhD

Mihaela-Olivia Dobrica
Group: Viral Glycoproteins
Department: Viral Glycoproteins

Research Assistant

Biography

Mihaela-Olivia Dobrica is a researcher in the Institute of Biochemistry of the Romanian Academy. Mihaela-Olivia is currently working in Viral Glycoproteins in the Viral Glycoproteins.

Papers

Year
  • Dobrica MO, Lazar C, Nichita N*Dobrica MO et al. N-Glycosylation and N-Glycan Processing in HBV Biology and Pathogenesis. Cells, 2020, 6(9)IF=5.60
  • Dobrica Mihaela-Olivia, Catalin Lazar, Norica NichitaDobrica Mihaela-Olivia et al. Production of Chimeric Hepatitis B Virus Surface Antigens in Mammalian Cells. Methods in Molecular Biology, Blaine Pfeifer and Andrew Hill (eds.). Springer Science., 2020, 2183(Vaccine Delivery Technology: Methods and Protocols)

Grants

EEA Grants (2014-2021): Next Generation Viral Hepatitis B and C vaccine development in plants and algae using advanced biotechnological tools; ‘’Dezvoltare de vaccinuri de ultima generatie anti Virusurile Hepatice B si C in plante si alge, utilizand metode biotehnologice avansate’’ 2019-2023
Acronym: SmartVac; Budget: 1.500.000 EUR
Project director: Norica Nichita

We aim to produce high yields of novel HBV/HCV antigens with superior immunogenic properties in plants and mammalian cells, based on innovative molecular design and establish in premiere an advanced biotechnological platform for production of best vaccine candidates antigens in algae.

Molecular mechanisms of hepatitis B virus egress 2018-2020
Acronym: HBVEGRESS
Project director: Catalin Lazar