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Current projects HAM


  1. Auto-, juxta-, and paracrine actions of miRNAs in early stages of pregnancy in pigs (project of National Science Centre, OPUS, 2015-2018, principal investigator: M.M. Kaczmarek)
  2. The involvement of hypoxia and subunit alpha of hypoxia inducible factor (HIF-1alpha) in regression of corpus luteum in the pig (project of National Science Centre, OPUS, 2015-2017, principal investigator: E. Przygrodzka)
  3. The role of prostacyclin and its receptors in luteal and endothelial cells of the porcine corpus luteum (project of National Science Centre, OPUS, 2015-2018, principal investigator: M. Szymańska)
  4. Identification of pregnancy specific microRNA in maternal circulation during early pregnancy in pigs (project of National Science Centre, OPUS, 2014-2017, principal investigator: Ż. Reliszko)
  5. Regulation of expression and role of peroxisome proliferator-activated receptors (PPARs) during conceptus implantation and placentation in the pig (project of National Science Centre, OPUS, 2014-2017, principal investigator: A. Blitek)
  6. Chemokine participation in the regulation of corpus luteum function (project of National Science Centre, OPUS, 2013-2016, principal investigator: A. Andronowska)
  7. Paracrine and autocrine mechanisms of prostaglandin F2 alpha action on the porcine conceptus and endometrium during early pregnancy (project of National Science Centre, SONATA BIS, 2013-2018, principal investigator: A. Wacławik)
  8. Embryonic/endometrial exosomes as a new component of embryo-maternal interaction in the pig (project of Ministry of Science and Higher Education, Diamond Grant, 2014-2016, principal investigator: J. Najmuła)