About CeNT

CeNT UW is an interdisciplinary research institute dedicated to the understanding of important biological, chemical and physical phenomena. 

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News

Open calls for group leaders in CeNT The Centre of New Technologies has opened a call for group leaders to establish independent research groups in the fields of chemistry and... >>
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Seminars and Conferences

26 April 2018 - Maria Górna, BCRC UW/Faculty of Chemistry UW, Proteins recognizing atypical RNA in mitochondrial and viral RNA metabolism The Centre of New Technologies invites to a seminar by Maria Górna, BCRC UW/Faculty of Chemistry UW Proteins recognizing atypical RNA in... >>
9 May 2018 - Joanna Sudyka, CeNT, University of Warsaw, Age-related trade-offs and telomere dynamics in passerines The Centre of New Technologies invites to a seminar by Joanna Sudyka Centre of New Technologies, University of Warsaw on Age-related trade-offs... >>
10 May 2018 - Victor Tybulewicz, The Francis Crick Institute, UK, Novel signalling pathways controlling T cell adhesion and migration The Centre of New Technologies invites to a seminar by Victor Tybulewicz, The Francis Crick Institute, UK on Novel signalling pathways... >>
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Research highlights

Cap recognition and maintaining the active conformation of Dcp2 decapping complex The enzyme Dcp2 alongside with its activator (Dcp1) and set of coactivators (Edc1 and Edc2) create a complex, that recognizes and removes the 5'... >>
Article of P. Dabrowski-Tumanski and J. Sulkowska recommended by F1000 We are pleased to announce that the article of P. Dabrowski-Tumanski and J. Sulkowska, entitled Topological knots and links in proteins, has been... >>
New mechanism of protein synthesis regulation A team of researchers led by Agnieszka Chacińska, in cooperation with scientists from the University of Freiburg, Germany, have discovered a new... >>
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Publications

Noisy propagation of coherent states in a lossy Kerr medium.
Kunz, L., Paris, M. G., & Banaszek, K. (2018).
JOSA B, 35(2), 214-222.
Altered expression of GABA-A receptor subunits in the hippocampus of PTZ-kindled rats.
Szyndler, J., Maciejak, P., Kołosowska, K., Chmielewska, N., Skórzewska, A., Daszczuk, P., & Płaźnik, A. (2018).
Pharmacological Reports, 70(1), 14-21.
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