Interview with Dr. Andras Dinnyes
January 29th, 2016
Professor Dr. Andras Dinnyes (the owner and general director of BioTalentum Ltd.) was giving a lecture at M1 (Hungarian TV cannel) on Wednesday night. He talked about cloning and genetechnology.
10 years in Biotechnology
August 13th, 2015
BioTalentum 10th Anniversary Scientific Workshop Series is organised for 29th September in Budapest, Hungary.
Biomarkerek és új diagnosztikai lehetőségek keresése a krónikus ízületi gyulladás korai felismerésében
October 18th, 2014
Biotalentum Kft. és Consulting Üzletág - Innotéka cikk
BioTalentum in Napi Gazdaság Online
June 5th, 2014
Our company was introduced in the following artice published by Napi Gazdaság Online:
Hétköznapi Tudomány előadássorozat - Everyday Science series
April 23rd, 2014
Dr. Andras Dinnyes was the last invited speaker of the series "Everyday Science" organised by Pannon University on 9th April 2014 at Keszthely, Hungary.
NAD project: IndTech2014 Best Project Awards
April 16th, 2014
Our NAD project won the Second prize award in the section “Best Completed Project Contest” during the award ceremony that took place at Conference Dinner of Industrial Technologies 2014 Conference 2014 on April 10th, 2014.
The prize was been given to the project coordinator Prof. Massimo Masserini by Clara de la Torre, Director responsible for "Research and Innovation" in the European Commission.
Training: Marie Sklodowska-Curie Actions - H2020 (EU)
January 29th, 2014
Dr. Andras Dinnyes presented the Marie Sklodowska-Curie Actions - H2020 (EU) on the workshop "Advancing Your Research Cereer in Europe - Funding and Fellowship Opportunities for Southeast Asian Researchers" on 22nd January in Bangkok, Thailand and 24th January 2014 at One-North, Singapore.
Hungarian Talent Market
January 23rd, 2014
BioTalentum is involved into the activities of the Hungarian Association of Talent Support Organisations. Details of the activities can be read on the following website:
The opening event of the Hungarian Talent Market Program was organised Last Saturday (18th January). The main object of this program is a mentoring project for young talents, where the mentors will help selected young talents with their scientific and personal experiences. We were participated on this event:
Please find attached the photos of the event last Saturday and the link of the Hungarian article:
Dénes Gábor award for Dr. András Dinnyés
January 6th, 2014
Dr. András Dinnyés is one of the ten researchers receiving the Dénes Gábor Award in 2013. The prize is awarded by the NOVOFER Foundation.
Video about the event: LINK
October 15th, 2013
Our new open access article has been published online:
Hadas Raveh-Amit, Sara Berzsenyi, Virag Vas, Danna Ye and Andras Dinnyes: Tissue resident stem cells: till death do us part. Biogerontology
OPEN WORKSHOP: Epigenetic and molecular influences on early development and stem cell differentiation
September 24th, 2013
Utrecht University, Szent Istvan University Godollo, and BioTalentum Ltd. have the pleasure of inviting you to the Open Workshop of the StemCam and EpiHealthNet FP7 projects, on the 25th of November, 2013. at Gödöllő, Hungary. As there are 50 places to fill, please be aware, that the event is going to be held on the “first come – first served” basis. Please, register at Krisztina.Otyehel@biotalentum.hu . The event is free of charge for the registered participants.
HORIZON2020 Launch event special: BioTalentum Consulting free offer during the workshop:
9:10-9:40 Prof. Andras Dinnyes (Utrecht University, The Netherlands, Biotalentum Ltd, Hungary): Overview of recent highlights of the pluripotent stem cell field.
9:40-10:10 Prof. Tom P. Fleming (University of Southampton, UK): Embryo-environment interactions and their legacy into adulthood
10:10-10:40 Prof. Sue Kimber (University of Manchester, UK): Human Embryonic stem cells
10:40-11:00 Coffee break
11:00-11:30 Dr. Sára Berzsenyi (BioTalentum Ltd. Hungary): Neuronal differentiation of pluripotent stem cells
11:30-12:00 Dr. Pawan Singh, Dr. Alexandra Blak (STEMCELL Technologies, Canada): Complete and Defined Feeder-free Maintenance and Reprogramming Systems to Support Human Pluripotent Stem Cell Research
12:00-12:30 Lone Neelchen Roesingh (University of Geneva, Switzerland): The effect of γ-secretase inhibitors on differentiation of stem cells
12:30-13:00 Christoph Schaefer (UKK, Germany): Cardiac toxicity: in vitro functional readout approach
13:00- 14:00 Sandwich Lunch – at Erzsébet királyné Hotel
Megvalósult álmok - Aranyérmesek a tehetségekért
April 25th, 2013
Organiser: Pro Scientia Aranyérmesek Társasága
Date: May 3, 2013, 16:00-17:30
Hungarian summary: http://www.psat.hu/alom/alomdinnyes.html?dl=1
Meet the scientist - Meeting
March 11th, 2013
1st International conference NANOPARTICLES IN MEDICINE 19-21 June 2013 Milan – Italy
February 26th, 2013
We warmly invite you to be a part of the NANOPARTICLES IN MEDICINE 2013 International conference, one of the largest annual international scientific conference devoted to Medical application (design, toxicology, use in diagnosys / therapy) aspects of the Nanoparticles.
The conference is organised as part of the final meeting of the NAD (Nanoparticles for therapy and diagnosis of Alzheimer's disease) Project which is aiming to develop nanoparticles for Alzheimer's diagnosis and therapy. The research of NAD is financed by the European Union's 7th Framework Program and includes 19 European research centers. Grant agreement no: CP-IP 212043-2 NAD.
The conference will be held in Milan, Italy.
FREE OF CHARGE. Registration: http://www.npmed13.eu/
BioTalentum Ltd. has the pleasure of inviting you to the 4th Yearly Open Workshop of the InduStem ‘Comparative stem cell research in mouse and humans’ FP7 project, coordinated by the company, on the 23rd of November, 2012. at Gödöllő, Hungary. As there are 50 places to fill, please be aware, that the event is going to be held on the “first come – first served” basis. Please, register at firstname.lastname@example.org. The event is free of charge for the registered participants.
WORKSHOP: VERSATILE TOOLS FOR BIOMEDICAL RESEARCH: MAMMALIAN PLURIPOTENT STEM CELLS AND THEIR DERIVATIVES 25.September 2012.
September 10th, 2012
BioTalentum Ltd. has the pleasure of inviting you to the Yearly Open Workshop of the PartnErS ‘Comparative embryonic stem cell research in mammalians’ FP7 project, coordinated by the company, on the 25th. of September, 2012. to Budapest, Hungary. As there are 120 places to fill, please be aware, that the event is going to be held on the “first come – first served” basis. Please, register at email@example.com. The event is free of charge for the registered persons.
VENUE: Hotel Gellert, Budapest, 1111 Budapest Szent Gellért tér 1
InduStem Workshop III.
September 20th, 2011
We would like to invite you to the
11:00-11:30 Prof. Carlos Malpica (MLP Vision Biotech S.L, Spain and Metabolon Inc, USA)
Promoter analysis of the rabbit POU5F1 gene and its expression in preimplantation stage embryos
March 22nd, 2010
The POU5F1 gene encodes the octamer-binding transcription factor-4 (Oct4). It is crucial in the regulation of pluripotency during embryonic development and widely used as molecular marker of embryonic stem cells (ESCs). The objective of this study was to identify and to analyse the promoter region of rabbit POU5F1 gene; furthermore to examine its expression pattern in preimplantation stage rabbit embryos.
The upstream region of rabbit POU5F1 was subcloned sequenced and four highly conserved promoter regions (CR1-4) were identified. The highest degree of similarity on sequence level was found among the conserved domains between rabbit and human. Among the enhancers the proximal enhancer region (PE-1A) exhibited the highest degree of homology (96.4%). Furthermore, the CR4 regulator domain containing the distal enhancer (DE-2A) was responsible for stem cell-specific expression. Also, BAC library screen revealed the existence of a processed pseudogene of rabbit POU5F1. The results of quantitative real-time PCR experiments showed that POU5F1 mRNA was abundantly present in oocytes and zygotes, but it was gradually reduced until the activation of the embryonic genome, thereafter a continuous increase in POU5F1 mRNA level was observed until blastocyst stage. By using the XYClone laser system the inner cell mass (ICM) and trophoblast portions of embryos were microdissected and examined separately and POU5F1 mRNA was detected in both cell types.
In this study we provide a comparative sequence analysis of the regulatory region of rabbit POU5F1 gene. Our data suggest that the POU5F1 gene is strictly regulated during early mammalian development. We proposed that the well conserved CR4 region containing the DE-2A enhancer is responsible for the highly conserved ESC specific gene expression. Notably, we are the first to report that the rabbit POU5F1 is not restricted to ICM cells only, but it is expressed in trophoblast cells as well. This information may be well applicable to investigate further the possible phylogenetic role and the regulation of POU5F1 gene.
August 31st, 2009
September Training and conference week
8:00-12:00 MedRat Final Meeting
Title: Nuclear transfer and embryonic stem cell research in animal models
9:00-9:30 Prof. András Dinnyés:
Linking Science to Business
9:00-9:35 Dr. Christian Freund:
1) EU project writing, contracting and management
Research Connection Conference 2009
May 13th, 2009
April 21st, 2009