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Rodica-Aura Badea, Dr.

Rodica-Aura Badea
Groups: Enzymology, Cell Signaling Research
Department: Enzymology

Scientific Researcher

Biography

Rodica-Aura Badea is a researcher in the Institute of Biochemistry of the Romanian Academy. Rodica-Aura is currently working in Enzymology, Cell Signaling Research in the Enzymology.

Papers

Year

Grants

Compound for inhibition of certain signaling processes related to the evolution of the cognitive processes 2017-2018
Acronym: Ctr.327/27.03.2017/Company CRU SRL, Medical Services Company/ Dunakesz, Hungary
Budget: 70.000 euro
Project director: Stefan Szedlacsek

Molecular modeling of a set of peptides that can disrupt the GluA2-Cterm complex with STEP (Complex A) or BRAG2 (ComplexB).

Compound for inhibition of certain signaling processes related to the evolution of the cognitive processes
Novel radiolabeled affibodies for targeted imaging and therapy 2019-2021
Acronym: Bilateral agreement no.3698/13.09.2018 Romanian Academy- Hungarian Academy of Sciences
Project director: Stefan Szedlacsek

The project is agreed as a joint collaboration among IBAR and ATOMKI, UD and IFIN-HH is a cost free participant. There are two main directions envisaged by the proposed project: receptors mapping and therapy, using an affibody against HER2 receptor, combined with an adequate radioisotope. In this respect, the specific objectives are: a) expression and purification of affibodies; b) establish labeling procedures; c) ex vivo and/or in vivo testing of optimal compounds.

Structure, Regulation, and Biological Function 2007-2011
Acronym: PTPNET
Budget: 145.231,18 euro
Project director: Stefan Szedlacsek

Enzymatic characterization of both mEya3 and hEya1 to identify the similarities and differences between these two proteins with relatively low sequence homology.

Structure, Regulation, and Biological Function
“Reconstruction of Ancestor of Receptor Protein Tyrosine Phosphatase Catalytic” 2011-2016
Acronym: PN-II-ID-PCE-2011-3-0743
Budget: 1499990
Project director: Stefan Szedlacsek

Synthesis of the catalytic domain of ancestral PTP and its characterization both in vitro and in vivo.