Determine the optimal use of the superconductive quantum interference device (squid)/mri in low-field nmr. The technical advantages are a simpler magnet, a convenient, low cost magnet system for use in interventional procedures.
Development of new antibacterial additives, fibres and textile materials designed for protection of humans against pathogenic microorganisms.
The construction of new hybridoma cell lines producing monoclonal antibodies, construction of fluorochrome labelled antibodies for diagnostic purposes, and certification of selected reagents as in-vitro diagnostics.
The project includes developing the equipment to verify a new diagnostic method based on non-invasive cardio-stimulation. This will enable risk assessment of coronary diseases during screening tests of populations at risk.
Experimental production of prototype radioimmunology reagents based on engineered antibodies harbouring all desired properties (e.G. Affinity, stability, non-immunogenicity and high levels of labelling) in combination.
The development of a new modular system. The production of a new laboratory device. The final result of this project should be a fully automatic serologic system. This system will be designed for clinical and research laboratories.
Development and processing of molecular-biological diagnostic kits for rapid and sensitive diagnosis of viruses and bacteria causing human and animal diseases.
The basis for these agents are the nano-particles of silver, which are safe and manage to eliminate a whole series of viruses and bacteria.
Patented drug formulations of a phthalocyanine photosensitiser based on microfludised lipids in a gel are being developed for photodynamic therapy of tumours together with non-coherent and coherent light sources suitable for the market.
To discover and develop methods of isolation, identification and propagation of bacterial strains which will be used after completion of the project for the preparation of a new polyvalent vaccine against infectious diseases of lower respiratory tract in pigs.