András Molnár

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Antibody based, high throughput proteomics technology represents an exciting new approach in understanding the pathobiologies of complex disorders such as cancer, stroke and traumatic brain injury. Reverse phase protein microarray (RPPA) can complement the classical methods based on mass spectrometry as a high throughput validation and quantification(More)
Improving the efficiency of malaria diagnosis is one of the main goals of current malaria research. We have recently developed a magneto-optical (MO) method which allows high-sensitivity detection of malaria pigment (hemozoin crystals) in blood via the magnetically induced rotational motion of the hemozoin crystals. Here, we evaluate this MO technique for(More)
In the recent years we have been investigating the possibilities of developing and applying mobile robots within the framework of several projects at the Institute of Applied Informatics of John Neumann Faculty of Informatics at Budapest Polytechnic. The research included the study of development options of movement possibilities of mobile constructions,(More)
Targets for bioenergy have been set worldwide to mitigate climate change. Although feedstock sources are often ambiguous, pledges in European nations, the United States and Brazil amount to more than 100 Mtoe of biorenewable fuel production by 2020. As a consequence, the biofuel sector is developing rapidly, and it is increasingly important to distinguish(More)
Reasoning on constraint sets is a difficult task. Classical database design is based on a step-wise extension of the constraint set and on a consideration of constraint sets through generation by tools. Since the database developer must master semantics acquisition, tools and approaches are still sought that support reasoning on sets of constraints. We(More)
We hypothesize that when honesty is not motivated by selfish goals, it reveals social preferences that have evolved for convincing strategically vigilant partners that one is a person worth cooperating with. In particular, we explain how the patterns of dishonest behavior observed in recent experiments can be motivated by preferences for social and(More)