We identify the mechanisms of action of gametes and embryos in farm animals, and exploit the knowledge acquired in the applied research.
Electrochemical sensors and biosensors for food analysis and medical diagnostics.
Immunomodulatory properties of food components and intestinal microbiota in in vitro and in vivo studies
We study the profile of phytochemicals in food, metabolism and bioavailability of phytochemicals, as well as antioxidant properties of food.
We develop analytical methods of bioactive compounds and their interactions. We study the influence of microstructure and physical properties on the food quality.
We study the physiological and molecular mechanisms by which previously known and potentially new dietary components affect the gut and metabolic health of the body.
We study the role of adipose tissue and skeletal muscle in the development of insulin resistance in human. We conduct weight loss programs for the obese.
Our studies are focused on human fertility problems and improvement of infertility treatment using assisted reproductive technology.
We study mechanisms involved in the regulation of the estrous cycle and embryo-maternal interactions during early pregnancy in a pig.
We study interactions between immune and female reproductive systems. Our goal is to elucidate immuno- and neuro-endocrine pathomechanisms of ovarian and endometrial dysfunctions.
We study the molecular and morphological features of ischemic uterus, as well as the effect of environmental factors on biological barriers functioning.