Barbara Boczkowska

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Chromosomal translocations are frequently linked to multiple hematological malignancies. The study of the resulting abnormal gene products has led to fundamental advances in the understanding of cancer biology. This is the first report of t(2;15)(p23;q22) and t(2;17)(p23;q21) translocations in human malignancy. Patient 1, a 73-year-old male, was diagnosed(More)
We here characterize five globular endolysins, encoded by a set of Gram-negative infecting bacteriophages: BcepC6gp22 (Burkholderia cepacia phage BcepC6B), P2gp09 (Escherichia coli phage P2), PsP3gp10 (Salmonella enterica phage PsP3), K11gp3.5 and KP32gp15 (Klebsiella pneumoniae phages K11 and KP32, respectively). In silico, BcepC6gp22, P2gp10 and PsP3gp10(More)
Understanding the biological activity of bacteriophage particles is essential for rational design of bacteriophages with defined pharmacokinetic parameters and to identify the mechanisms of immunobiological activities demonstrated for some bacteriophages. This work requires highly purified preparations of the individual phage structural proteins, possessing(More)
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