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Pokročilé nano a mikrotechnologie Pokročilé materiály Strukturní biologie Gen. a prot. rostlin. systémů Molekulární medicína Výzkum mozku a lidské mysli Molekulární vet. medicína

Výzkumná skupina Jiřího Pinkase

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Research areas

  • Nonhydrolytic sol-gel syntheses of porous metal oxides, phosphates, silicates,
  • metallo-organic coordination polymers and frameworks, molecular building blocks for metallo-phosphate materials
  • Sonochemical synthesis of binary and ternary metal oxide nanoparticles and precipitation of nuclear waste forms
  • Nanoparticles of metals and alloys as lead-free solders, calculation and verification of their phase diagrams
  • Theoretical studies of structural, magnetic, thermodynamic properties of intermetallic phases, magnetism of grain boundaries
  • Semiempirical phase equilibria modelling using the CALPHAD method, study and modelling (DICTRA) of phase transformations in alloys
  • Macrocyclic ligands, physico-chemical properties of complexes and applications in medicine, radiotherapy, and diagnostics (MRI, PET, SPECT, luminescence probes)
  • Development of sensors and sensor arrays – environmental/in vivo analysis
  • Laser ablation-ICP-MS applications to elemental mapping of corroded layers for structural materials of molten salt reactors (MSR), microanalysis of geological and archaeological samples, microanalysis and elemental mapping of biominerals and biological samples
  • Laser Induced Breakdown Spectroscopy (LIBS) elemental mapping and microanalyses, development of LIBS analytical methods with LA-ICP-OES/MS
  • Application of nanomaterials in biological analysis (SALDI MS)

Main objectives

Fabrication of nanostructures using “bottom-up” methods

Nonhydrolytic sol-gel syntheses of nanoporous metal oxides, phosphates, and silicates. Synthesis and assembly of molecular building blocks into new materials. Sonochemical methods of nanoparticle synthesis, synthesis of alloy nanoparticles, synthesis of inorganic-organic complex materials, coordination and modified polymers and supramolecular entities. Surface mounted functional molecules. All the methods developed will be utilized directly for the fabrication of nanostructures, advanced materials and devices.

Investigation of the functional properties of nanostructures

Characterization and optimization of the functional properties of nanostructures for catalysis, nanoelectronics, nanophotonics and (bio)sensing; and their correlation with compositional, morphological, and structural parameters. Theoretical ab initio electronic structure calculations of structural, magnetic, and thermodynamic properties of materials. Novel and unique properties of nanostructures not observable in conventional materials and microstructures open ways to qualitatively new applications.

Research and development of submicron devices and nanostructures

Development of methods and techniques into higher functional integrated systems, optimized nanocatalysts, soldering formulation based on nanoalloy particles, nano- and micro-analytical systems and sensors and advanced materials for them. Nanostructures implemented into these systems will enhance the performance and efficiency of devices and systems and widen the areas for their applications e.g. in catalysis, separation, soldering, mapping and imaging, biosensing, biorecognition.

Research and development of analytical and measurement methods

Development of the techniques and methodologies for analysis of nanomaterials/nanostructures and for diagnostics of their properties – new techniques of elemental mapping, microanalysis, MS surface imaging, medical diagnostics, and biosensing. This will be used to meet the other objectives of the Advanced Nanotechnologies and Microtechnologies Research Programme and characterization of nano- and micro-structures in general.

CONTENT OF RESEARCH

Fabrication of nanostructures using bottom-up methods

Sonochemical and thermolytic synthesis of nanomaterials

The preparation of nanomaterials by means of ultrasound and thermolytic methods – synthesis of nanoscopic metals, alloys, and metal oxides from newly designed precursors. The study of the mechanisms of sonochemical and thermolytic transformations of molecular precursors to solid-state products and ways to control these reactions. Emphasis on gaining control over the chemical constitution, phase composition, and morphology of the synthesized nanoparticles.

pinkas
HRTEM image of the nanoalloy particles Cu20Ni
Synthesis of inorganic-organic materials – complexes, coordination polymers, modified polymers and supramolecular systems.

The development of methods for the preparation of molecular building blocks for the construction of new functional materials using the bottom-up approach. The complete characterization of the structure of new molecular species suitable for forming higher molecular, supramolecular, polymeric, and nanostructured systems. Studies of molecular features providing functionalities for binding or cross-linking leading to porous materials, metallo-organic, coordination and organic polymers. Studies of chemical properties including intermolecular interactions and self-organization properties. Tuning physico-chemical properties and experimental conditions influencing precursor reactivity for kinetic control of reactions. The expected applications are mainly aimed at catalysis, opto-electronics, nano-solders, gas storage, sensors in bio-analytical chemistry, self-assembled monolayers, the development of molecular machines, etc.

Investigation of the functional properties of nanostructures

The main goal is to find a correlation between the properties and the geometrical and structural parameters of nanostructures and to use this knowledge for feedback in the technology of their preparation and for various applications.

Theoretical studies of extended defects in metallic materials and of properties of intermetallic phases

  • Theoretical ab initio electronic structure calculations of structure and magnetism of grain boundaries.
  • Theoretical calculations of structural, magnetic, thermodynamic properties of intermetallic phases.
  • Semiempirical phase equilibria modelling using the CALPHAD (CALculation of PHAse Diagrams) method, also in nanoparticles and nanowires (nanoalloys).
  • Development and application of ab initio and semiempirical techniques for studies of the  chemical, mechanical and magnetic properties of extended defects in metallic materials and analysis of the effect of impurity segregation on their strength and ductility. Construction of phase diagrams of systems with complex intermetallic phases by a combination of ab initio electronic calculations and a phenomenological CALPHAD method, also in nanoparticles and nanowires (nanoalloys).

Research and development of instruments and methods for the investigation of nanomaterials and nanostructures

The development of methods and methodologies for the analysis of nanomaterials, nanostructures, for measuring their properties and the development of new analytical/diagnostic equipment and components. To surpass the limits of individual methods and the ambiguities of their results on the local characterization of individual nanoobjects the combinations of more analytical techniques and procedures will be developed.

Methods, such as desorption mass spectrometry with nanoparticle matrix (MALDI/SALDI TOF MS), high–throughput off-line analysis of microcolumn fractions (CE/HPLC – MALDI TOF MS), simultaneous detection: MALDI/ICP MS, fluorescence, capillary electrophoresis with laser-induced fluorescence detection (CE-LIF) will be developed.

Mass spectrometry imaging and laser ablation-ICP-MS and Laser Induced Breakdown Spectroscopy (LIBS) elemental mapping will be applied to many diverse types of samples, such as corroded layers for structural materials of molten salt reactors (MSR), geological and archaeological samples, biominerals and biological samples.

Content of research

Fabrication of nanostructures using “bottom-up” methods

Nonhydrolytic sol-gel syntheses of nanoporous metal oxides, phosphates, and silicates. Synthesis and assembly of molecular building blocks into new materials. Sonochemical methods of nanoparticle synthesis, synthesis of alloy nanoparticles, synthesis of inorganic-organic complex materials, coordination and modified polymers and supramolecular entities. Surface mounted functional molecules. All the methods developed will be utilized directly for the fabrication of nanostructures, advanced materials and devices.

Investigation of the functional properties of nanostructures

Characterization and optimization of the functional properties of nanostructures for catalysis, nanoelectronics, nanophotonics and (bio)sensing; and their correlation with compositional, morphological, and structural parameters. Theoretical ab initio electronic structure calculations of structural, magnetic, and thermodynamic properties of materials. Novel and unique properties of nanostructures not observable in conventional materials and microstructures open ways to qualitatively new applications.

Research and development of submicron devices and nanostructures

Development of methods and techniques into higher functional integrated systems, optimized nanocatalysts, soldering formulation based on nanoalloy particles, nano- and micro-analytical systems and sensors and advanced materials for them. Nanostructures implemented into these systems will enhance the performance and efficiency of devices and systems and widen the areas for their applications e.g. in catalysis, separation, soldering, mapping and imaging, biosensing, biorecognition.

Research and development of analytical and measurement methods

Development of the techniques and methodologies for analysis of nanomaterials/nanostructures and for diagnostics of their properties – new techniques of elemental mapping, microanalysis, MS surface imaging, medical diagnostics, and biosensing. This will be used to meet the other objectives of the Advanced Nanotechnologies and Microtechnologies Research Programme and characterization of nano- and micro-structures in general.

CONTENT OF RESEARCH

Fabrication of nanostructures using bottom-up methods

Sonochemical and thermolytic synthesis of nanomaterials

The preparation of nanomaterials by means of ultrasound and thermolytic methods – synthesis of nanoscopic metals, alloys, and metal oxides from newly designed precursors. The study of the mechanisms of sonochemical and thermolytic transformations of molecular precursors to solid-state products and ways to control these reactions. Emphasis on gaining control over the chemical constitution, phase composition, and morphology of the synthesized nanoparticles.

pinkas
HRTEM image of the nanoalloy particles Cu20Ni
Synthesis of inorganic-organic materials – complexes, coordination polymers, modified polymers and supramolecular systems.

The development of methods for the preparation of molecular building blocks for the construction of new functional materials using the bottom-up approach. The complete characterization of the structure of new molecular species suitable for forming higher molecular, supramolecular, polymeric, and nanostructured systems. Studies of molecular features providing functionalities for binding or cross-linking leading to porous materials, metallo-organic, coordination and organic polymers. Studies of chemical properties including intermolecular interactions and self-organization properties. Tuning physico-chemical properties and experimental conditions influencing precursor reactivity for kinetic control of reactions. The expected applications are mainly aimed at catalysis, opto-electronics, nano-solders, gas storage, sensors in bio-analytical chemistry, self-assembled monolayers, the development of molecular machines, etc.

Investigation of the functional properties of nanostructures

The main goal is to find a correlation between the properties and the geometrical and structural parameters of nanostructures and to use this knowledge for feedback in the technology of their preparation and for various applications.

Theoretical studies of extended defects in metallic materials and of properties of intermetallic phases

  • Theoretical ab initio electronic structure calculations of structure and magnetism of grain boundaries.
  • Theoretical calculations of structural, magnetic, thermodynamic properties of intermetallic phases.
  • Semiempirical phase equilibria modelling using the CALPHAD (CALculation of PHAse Diagrams) method, also in nanoparticles and nanowires (nanoalloys).
  • Development and application of ab initio and semiempirical techniques for studies of the  chemical, mechanical and magnetic properties of extended defects in metallic materials and analysis of the effect of impurity segregation on their strength and ductility. Construction of phase diagrams of systems with complex intermetallic phases by a combination of ab initio electronic calculations and a phenomenological CALPHAD method, also in nanoparticles and nanowires (nanoalloys).

Research and development of instruments and methods for the investigation of nanomaterials and nanostructures

The development of methods and methodologies for the analysis of nanomaterials, nanostructures, for measuring their properties and the development of new analytical/diagnostic equipment and components. To surpass the limits of individual methods and the ambiguities of their results on the local characterization of individual nanoobjects the combinations of more analytical techniques and procedures will be developed.

Methods, such as desorption mass spectrometry with nanoparticle matrix (MALDI/SALDI TOF MS), high–throughput off-line analysis of microcolumn fractions (CE/HPLC – MALDI TOF MS), simultaneous detection: MALDI/ICP MS, fluorescence, capillary electrophoresis with laser-induced fluorescence detection (CE-LIF) will be developed.

Mass spectrometry imaging and laser ablation-ICP-MS and Laser Induced Breakdown Spectroscopy (LIBS) elemental mapping will be applied to many diverse types of samples, such as corroded layers for structural materials of molten salt reactors (MSR), geological and archaeological samples, biominerals and biological samples.

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prof. RNDr. Jiří Pinkas, Ph.D.
Vedoucí výzkumné skupiny
+420 54949 6493
prof. RNDr. Mojmír Šob, DrSc.
Vedoucí výzkumný pracovník
+420 54949 7450
doc. RNDr. Pavel Brož, Ph.D.
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+420 54949 3299, +420 54949 5768
prof. RNDr. Viktor Kanický, DrSc.
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doc. RNDr. Přemysl Lubal, Ph.D.
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doc. RNDr. Ctibor Mazal, CSc.
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+420 54949 1429, +420 54949 5801
doc. Mgr. Marek Nečas, Ph.D.
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prof. RNDr. Jiří Sopoušek, CSc.
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prof. RNDr. Jan Vřešťál, DrSc.
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Mgr. Markéta Holá, Ph.D.
Výzkumný pracovník
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doc. Mgr. Jana Pavlů, Ph.D.
Výzkumný pracovník
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doc. Mgr. Petr Táborský, Ph.D.
Výzkumný pracovník
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Mgr. Tomáš Vaculovič, Ph.D.
Výzkumný pracovník
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Mgr. Michaela Vašinová Galiová, Ph.D.
Výzkumný pracovník
+420 54949 3666
Ing. Monika Všianská, Ph.D.
Odborná pracovnice
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Mgr. Lucie Šimoníková
Laborant
+420 54949 3136, +420 54949 2534
Vladimíra Veselská
Ekonom
+420 54949 1472, +420 54949 8019
Ing. Helena Zavadilová
Laborant
+420 54949 3441, +420 54949 5868, +420 54949 8233
Mgr. Aleš Hrdlička, Ph.D.
Junior researcher
+420 54949 3518
doc. Mgr. Karel Novotný, Ph.D.
Senior researcher
+420 54949 6231
prof. Mgr. Jan Preisler, Ph.D.
Vedoucí výzkumný pracovník
+420 54949 6629
Mgr. Michal Rájecký, Ph.D.
PhD student
+420 54949 6649, +420 54949 7564
Mgr. Iva Benešová, Ph.D.
PhD student
Mgr. Martin Sojka
PhD student
Mgr. Aleš Stýskalík, Ph.D.
PhD student
Mgr. František Zelenka
Bc. Michaela Doležalová
Bc. Kateřina Holmanová
Mgr. Jiří Nováček, Ph.D.
Vedoucí sdílené laboratoře
+420 54949 3893
Jiří Nečas
Mgr. Vít Vykoukal
PhD student
Mgr. Iaroslav Doroshenko
Mgr. Tomáš Komárek
Bc. Jakub Bělehrad
Mgr. Veronika Dillingerová
Bc. Aneta Holemářová
Mgr. Petr Chrást
Mgr. Martin Kejík
Mgr. Iva Kollhammerová
PhD student
Vojtěch Kopecký
Mgr. Bc. Nikola Koutná
Bc. Tereza Kuběnová
Mgr. Vojtěch Kundrát
Mgr. Petra Kučerová
PhD student
Petr Macháč
Mgr. Martina Mazalová
Ing. Petr Pavlů, Ph.D.
Bhimrao Vaijnath Phulwale
PhD student
Mgr. Ján Podhorský
PhD student
Mgr. Eva Pospíšilová
Mgr. Adam Pruška
+420 54949 2535
Bc. František Zelenák
Bc. Daniela Petříková
Ing. Alena Jurnečková
+420 54949 2535

VYBRANÉ PUBLIKACE

2017

  • COUFALIKOVA, K; BENESOVA, I; VACULOVIC, T; KANICKY, V; PREISLER, J, 2017:LC coupled to ESI, MALDI and ICP MS - A multiple hyphenation for metalloproteomic studies. Analytica Chimica Acta 968 , p. 58 - 65.
  • JANSEN, S; MELKOVA, K; TROSANOVA, Z; HANAKOVA, K; ZACHRDLA, M; NOVACEK, J; ZUPA, E; ZDRAHAL, Z; HRITZ, J; ZIDEK, L, 2017:Quantitative mapping of microtubule-associated protein 2c (MAP2c) phosphorylation and regulatory protein 14-3-3 zeta-binding sites reveals key differences between MAP2c and its homolog Tau. JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY 292 (16), p. 6715 - 6727.
  • KRAJCAROVA, L; NOVOTNY, K; KUMMEROVA, M; DUBOVA, J; GLOSER, V; KAISER, J, 2017:Mapping of the spatial distribution of silver nanoparticles in root tissues of Vicia faba by laser-induced breakdown spectroscopy (LIBS). TALANTA 173 , p. 28 - 35.
  • LEJCEK, P; SOB, M; PAIDAR, V, 2017:Interfacial segregation and grain boundary embrittlement: An overview and critical assessment of experimental data and calculated results. PROGRESS IN MATERIALS SCIENCE 87 , p. 83 - 139.
  • LOUSA, P; NEDOZRALOVA, H; ZUPA, E; NOVACEK, J; HRITZ, J, 2017:Phosphorylation of the regulatory domain of human tyrosine hydroxylase 1 monitored using non-uniformly sampled NMR. BIOPHYSICAL CHEMISTRY 223 , p. 25 - 29.
  • TURKOVA, S; GALIOVA, MV; STULOVA, K; CADKOVA, Z; SZAKOVA, J; OTRUBA, V; KANICKY, V, 2017:Study of metal accumulation in tapeworm section using laser ablation-inductively coupled plasma-mass spectrometry (LA-ICP-MS). MICROCHEMICAL JOURNAL 133 , p. 380 - 390.
  • VACULOVIC, T; BREITER, K; KORBELOVA, Z; VENCLOVA, N; TOMKOVA, K; JONASOVA, S; KANICKY, V, 2017:Quantification of elemental mapping of heterogeneous geological sample by laser ablation inductively coupled plasma mass spectrometry. MICROCHEMICAL JOURNAL 133 , p. 200 - 207.

2016

  • BENESOVA, I; DLABKOVA, K; ZELENAK, F; VACULOVIC, T; KANICKY, V; PREISLER, J, 2016:Direct Analysis of Gold Nanoparticles from Dried Droplets Using Substrate-Assisted Laser Desorption Single Particle-ICPMS. ANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY 88 (5), p. 2576 - 2582.
  • BRANNA, P; CERNOCHOVA, J; ROUCHAL, M; KULHANEK, P; BABINSKY, M; MAREK, R; NECAS, M; KURITKA, I; VICHA, R, 2016:Cooperative Binding of Cucurbit[n]urils and beta-Cyclodextrin to Heteroditopic Imidazolium-Based Guests. JOURNAL OF ORGANIC CHEMISTRY 81 (20), p. 9595 - 9604.
  • CERNY, M; SESTAK, P; REHAK, P; VSIANSKA, M; SOB, M, 2016:Ab initio tensile tests of grain boundaries in the fcc crystals of Ni and Co with segregated sp-impurities. MATERIALS SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING A-STRUCTURAL MATERIALS PROPERTIES MICROSTRUCTURE AND PROCESSING 669 , p. 218 - 225.
  • DOSEDELOVA, H; STEPANKOVA, K; ZIKMUND, T; LESOT, H; KAISER, J; NOVOTNY, K; STEMBIREK, J; KNOTEK, Z; ZAHRADNICEK, O; BUCHTOVA, M, 2016:Age-related changes in the tooth-bone interface area of acrodont dentition in the chameleon. JOURNAL OF ANATOMY 229 (3), p. 356 - 368.
  • DOSTALOVA, S; CERNA, T; HYNEK, D; KOUDELKOVA, Z; VACULOVIC, T; KOPEL, P; HRABETA, J; HEGER, Z; VACULOVICOVA, M; ECKSCHLAGER, T; STIBOROVA, M; ADAM, V, 2016:Site-Directed Conjugation of Antibodies to Apoferritin Nanocarrier for Targeted Drug Delivery to Prostate Cancer Cells. ACS APPLIED MATERIALS & INTERFACES 8 (23), p. 14430 - 14441.
  • DVORAKOVA, M; HRDLICKA, A; SLAVICEK, P; KANICKY, V; OTRUBA, V, 2016:Effects of easily ionisable elements on copper and zinc lines excited in a plasma pencil. JOURNAL OF ANALYTICAL ATOMIC SPECTROMETRY 31 (10), p. 2031 - 2036.
  • FABRITIUS, HO; ZIEGLER, A; FRIAK, M; NIKOLOV, S; HUBER, J; SEIDL, BHM; RUANGCHAI, S; ALAGBOSO, FI; KARSTEN, S; LU, J; JANUS, AM; PETROV, M; ZHU, LF; HEMZALOVA, P; HILD, S; RAABE, D; NEUGEBAUER, J, 2016:Functional adaptation of crustacean exoskeletal elements through structural and compositional diversity: a combined experimental and theoretical study. BIOINSPIRATION & BIOMIMETICS 11 (5)
  • GRAZENAITE, E; PINKAS, J; BEGANSKIENE, A; KAREIVA, A, 2016:Sol-gel and sonochemically derived transition metal (Co, Ni, Cu, and Zn) chromites as pigments: A comparative study. CERAMICS INTERNATIONAL 42 (8), p. 9402 - 9412.
  • KANA, T; HUGER, E; LEGUT, D; CAK, M; SOB, M, 2016:Magnetism and deformation of epitaxial Pd and Rh thin films. PHYSICAL REVIEW B 93 (13)
  • KHAN, AU; BROZ, P; PREMOVIC, M; PAVLU, J; VRESTAL, J; YAN, X; MACCIO, D; SACCONE, A; GIESTER, G; ROGL, P, 2016:The Ti-Mn system revisited: experimental investigation and thermodynamic modelling. PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY CHEMICAL PHYSICS 18 (33), p. 23326 - 23339.
  • KLUS, J; MIKYSEK, P; PROCHAZKA, D; PORIZKA, P; PROCHAZKOVA, P; NOVOTNY, J; TROJEK, T; NOVOTNY, K; SLOBODNIK, M; KAISER, J, 2016:Multivariate approach to the chemical mapping of uranium in sandstone-hosted uranium ores analyzed using double pulse Laser-Induced Breakdown Spectroscopy. SPECTROCHIMICA ACTA PART B-ATOMIC SPECTROSCOPY 123 , p. 143 - 149.
  • KLUS, J; PORIZKA, P; PROCHAZKA, D; NOVOTNY, J; NOVOTNY, K; KAISER, J, 2016:Effect of experimental parameters and resulting analytical signal statistics in laser-induced breakdown spectroscopy. SPECTROCHIMICA ACTA PART B-ATOMIC SPECTROSCOPY 126 , p. 6 - 10.
  • KUBICEK, K; KREJCIKOVA, M; BRAZDA, P; SMIRAKOVA, E; NOVACEK, J; CRAMER, P; STEFL, R, 2016:What are the key aspects of interaction between RNA polymerase II C-terminal domain phosphorylated on tyrosine-1 and the elongation factors. FEBS JOURNAL 283 , p. 21 - 21.
  • LACINA, K; ZAK, J; SOPOUSEK, J; SZABO, Z; VACLAVEK, T; ZERAVIK, J; FIALA, P; SKLADAL, P, 2016:Transistor Amplifier as an Electrochemical Transducer with Intuitive Optical Read-out: Improving Its Performance with Simple Electronic Solutions. ELECTROCHIMICA ACTA 216 , p. 147 - 151.
  • MULLAPUDI, E; NOVACEK, J; PALKOVA, L; KULICH, P; LINDBERG, AM; VAN KUPPEVELD, FJM; PLEVKA, P, 2016:Structure and Genome Release Mechanism of the Human Cardiovirus Saffold Virus 3. JOURNAL OF VIROLOGY 90 (17), p. 7628 - 7639.
  • NOVAKOVA, H; HOLA, M; VOJTISEK-LOM, M; ONDRACEK, J; KANICKY, V, 2016:Online monitoring of nanoparticles formed during nanosecond laser ablation. SPECTROCHIMICA ACTA PART B-ATOMIC SPECTROSCOPY 125 , p. 52 - 60.
  • NOVOTNY, J; SOJKA, M; KOMOROVSKY, S; NECAS, M; MAREK, R, 2016:Interpreting the Paramagnetic NMR Spectra of Potential Ru(III) Metallodrugs: Synergy between Experiment and Relativistic DFT Calculations. JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY 138 (27), p. 8432 - 8445.
  • PABST, M; BENESOVA, I; FAGERER, SR; JACOBSEN, M; EYER, K; SCHMIDT, G; STEINHOFF, R; KRISMER, J; WAHL, F; PREISLER, J; ZENOBI, R, 2016:Differential Isotope Labeling of Glycopeptides for Accurate Determination of Differences in Site-Specific Glycosylation. JOURNAL OF PROTEOME RESEARCH 15 (1), p. 326 - 331.
  • PHULWALE, BV; MISHRA, SK; NECAS, M; MAZAL, C, 2016:Phenanthrylene-butadiynylene and Phenanthrylene-thienylene Macrocycles: Synthesis, Structure, and Properties. JOURNAL OF ORGANIC CHEMISTRY 81 (15), p. 6244 - 6252.
  • PORIZKA, P; KLUS, J; PROCHAZKA, D; KEPES, E; HRDLICKA, A; NOVOTNY, J; NOVOTNY, K; KAISER, J, 2016:Laser-Induced Breakdown Spectroscopy coupled with chemometrics for the analysis of steel: The issue of spectral outliers filtering. SPECTROCHIMICA ACTA PART B-ATOMIC SPECTROSCOPY 123 , p. 114 - 120.
  • PORIZKA, P; KLUS, J; PROCHAZKA, D; VITKOVA, G; BRADA, M; NOVOTNY, J; NOVOTNY, K; KAISER, J, 2016:Assessment of the most effective part of echelle laser-induced plasma spectra for further classification using Czerny-Turner spectrometer. SPECTROCHIMICA ACTA PART B-ATOMIC SPECTROSCOPY 124 , p. 116 - 123.
  • PROCHAZKA, D; BILIK, M; PROCHAZKOVA, P; BRADA, M; KLUS, J; PORIZKA, P; NOVOTNY, J; NOVOTNY, K; TICOVA, B; BRADAC, A; SEMELA, M; KAISER, J, 2016:Detection of visually unrecognizable braking tracks using Laser-Induced Breakdown Spectroscopy, a feasibility study. SPECTROCHIMICA ACTA PART B-ATOMIC SPECTROSCOPY 118 , p. 90 - 97.
  • SEVCIK, R; VANEK, J; MICHALICOVA, R; LUBAL, P; HERMANN, P; SANTOS, IC; SANTOS, I; CAMPELLO, MPC, 2016:Formation and decomplexation kinetics of copper(II) complexes with cyclen derivatives having mixed carboxylate and phosphonate pendant arms. DALTON TRANSACTIONS 45 (32), p. 12723 - 12733.
  • ZOUHAR, M; SOB, M, 2016:Ab initio study of deformed As, Sb, and Bi with an application to thin films. PHYSICAL REVIEW B 94 (18)

2015

  • DAVID, T; KUBICEK, V; GUTTEN, O; LUBAL, P; KOTEK, J; PIETZSCH, HJ; RULISEK, L; HERMANN, P, 2015:Cyclam Derivatives with a Bis(phosphinate) or a Phosphinato-Phosphonate Pendant Arm: Ligands for Fast and Efficient Copper(II) Complexation for Nuclear Medical Applications. INORGANIC CHEMISTRY 54 (24), p. 11751 - 11766.
  • DOROSHENKO, I; ZURKOVA, J; MORAVEC, Z; BEZDICKA, P; PINKAS, J, 2015:Sonochemical precipitation of amorphous uranium phosphates from trialkyl phosphate solutions and their thermal conversion to UP2O7. ULTRASONICS SONOCHEMISTRY 26 , p. 157 - 162.
  • FAILAMANI, F; BROZ, P; MACCIO, D; PUCHEGGER, S; MULLER, H; SALAMAKHA, L; MICHOR, H; GRYTSIV, A; SACCONE, A; BAUER, E; GIESTER, G; ROGL, P, 2015:Constitution of the systems {V,Nb,Ta}-Sb and physical properties of di-antimonides {V,Nb,Ta}Sb-2. INTERMETALLICS 65 , p. 94 - 110.
  • HERZ, A; FRIAK, M; ROSSBERG, D; HENTSCHEL, M; THESKA, F; WANG, D; HOLEC, D; SOB, M; SCHNEEWEISS, O; SCHAAF, P, 2015:Facet-controlled phase separation in supersaturated Au-Ni nanoparticles upon shape equilibration. APPLIED PHYSICS LETTERS 107 (7)
  • HODAKOVA, J; PREISLER, J; FORET, F; KUBAN, P, 2015:Sensitive determination of glutathione in biological samples by capillary electrophoresis with green (515 nm) laser-induced fluorescence detection. JOURNAL OF CHROMATOGRAPHY A 1391 , p. 102 - 108.
  • KROUPA, A.; KÁŇA, T.; BURŠÍK, J.; ZEMANOVÁ, A.; ŠOB, M., 2015:Modelling of phase diagrams of nanoalloys with complex metallic phases: application to Ni-Sn. PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY CHEMICAL PHYSICS 17 (42), p. 28200 - 28210.
  • NIGOGHOSSIAN, K; DOS SANTOS, MV; BARUD, HS; DA SILVA, RR; ROCHA, LA; CAIUT, JMA; DE ASSUNCAO, RMN; SPANHEL, L; POULAIN, M; MESSADDEQ, Y; RIBEIRO, SJL, 2015:Orange pectin mediated growth and stability of aqueous gold and silver nanocolloids. APPLIED SURFACE SCIENCE 341 , p. 28 - 36.
  • PAIDAR, V; CAK, M; SOB, M; INUI, H, 2015:Planar defects and dislocations in transition-metal disilicides. INTERMETALLICS 58 , p. 43 - 49.
  • POKLUDA, J; CERNY, M; SOB, M; UMENO, Y., 2015:Ab initio calculations of mechanical properties: Methods and applications. PROGRESS IN MATERIALS SCIENCE 73 , p. 127 - 158.
  • STYSKALIK, A; SKODA, D; MORAVEC, Z; BABIAK, M; BARNES, CE; PINKAS, J, 2015:Control of micro/mesoporosity in non-hydrolytic hybrid silicophosphate xerogels. JOURNAL OF MATERIALS CHEMISTRY A 3 (14), p. 7477 - 7487.
  • VACULOVIC, T; WARCHILOVA, T; CADKOVA, Z; SZAKOVA, J; TLUSTOS, P; OTRUBA, V; KANICKY, V, 2015:Influence of laser ablation parameters on trueness of imaging. APPLIED SURFACE SCIENCE 351 , p. 296 - 302.

2014

  • BEDNARIK, A; KUBA, P; MOSKOVETS, E; TOMALOVA, I; KRASENSKY, P; HOUSKA, P; PREISLER, J, 2014:Rapid Matrix-Assisted Laser Desorption/Ionization Time-of-Flight Mass Spectrometry Imaging with Scanning Desorption Laser Beam. ANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY 86 (2), p. 982 - 986.
  • BEDNARIK, A; TOMALOVA, I; KANICKY, V; PREISLER, J, 2014:Thin-layer chromatography combined with diode laser thermal vaporization inductively coupled plasma mass spectrometry. JOURNAL OF CHROMATOGRAPHY A 1364 , p. 271 - 275.
  • FOLTYNOVA, P; BEDNARIK, A; KANICKY, V; PREISLER, J, 2014:Diode laser thermal vaporization ICP MS with a simple tubular cell for determination of lead and cadmium in whole blood. JOURNAL OF ANALYTICAL ATOMIC SPECTROMETRY 29 (9), p. 1585 - 1590.
  • HAVEL, V; SINDELAR, V; NECAS, M; KAIFER, AE, 2014:Water-mediated inclusion of benzoates and tosylates inside the bambusuril macrocycle. CHEMICAL COMMUNICATIONS 50 (11), p. 1372 - 1374.
  • CHYBA, J; MORAVEC, Z; NECAS, M; MATHUR, S; PINKAS, J, 2014:Construction of Larger Molecular Aluminophosphate Cages from the Cyclic Four-Ring Building Unit. INORGANIC CHEMISTRY 53 (7), p. 3753 - 3762.
  • LEJCEK, P; SOB, M, 2014:An analysis of segregation-induced changes in grain boundary cohesion in bcc iron. JOURNAL OF MATERIALS SCIENCE 49 (6), p. 2477 - 2482.
  • LEJCEK, P; ZHENG, L; HOFMANN, S; SOB, M, 2014:Applied Thermodynamics: Grain Boundary Segregation. ENTROPY 16 (3), p. 1462 - 1483.
  • PESINA, Z; VYKOUKAL, V; PALCUT, M; SOPOUSEK, J, 2014:Shear Strength of Copper Joints Prepared by Low Temperature Sintering of Silver Nanoparticles. ELECTRONIC MATERIALS LETTERS 10 (1), p. 293 - 298.
  • PILNY, R; LUBAL, P; ELDING, LI, 2014:Thermodynamics for complex formation between palladium(II) and oxalate. DALTON TRANSACTIONS 43 (32), p. 12243 - 12250.
  • STROF, J; PAVLU, J; WDOWIK, UD; BURSIK, J; SOB, M; VREST'AL, J, 2014:Laves phases in the V-Zr system below room temperature: Stability analysis using ab initio results and phase diagram. CALPHAD-COMPUTER COUPLING OF PHASE DIAGRAMS AND THERMOCHEMISTRY 44 , p. 62 - 69.
  • STYSKALIK, A; SKODA, D; MORAVEC, Z; ABBOTT, JG; BARNES, CE; PINKAS, J, 2014:Synthesis of homogeneous silicophosphate xerogels by non-hydrolytic condensation reactions. MICROPOROUS AND MESOPOROUS MATERIALS 197 , p. 204 - 212.
  • TOMALOVA, I; FOLTYNOVA, P; KANICKY, V; PREISLER, J, 2014:MALDI MS and ICP MS Detection of a Single CE Separation Record: A Tool for Metalloproteomics. ANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY 86 (1), p. 647 - 654.
  • TOSCANI, S; HERNANDEZ, O; APARICIO, C; SPANHEL, L, 2014:Glass formation and confined melting in sol-gel derived nano-ZnO aggregates. JOURNAL OF SOL-GEL SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY 69 (2), p. 457 - 463.
  • VASINOVA GALIOVA, M; COPJAKOVA, R; SKODA, R; STEPANKOVA, K; VANKOVA, M; KUTA, J; PROKES, L; KYNICKY, J; KANICKY, V, 2014:2D elemental mapping of sections of human kidney stones using laser ablation inductively-coupled plasma-mass spectrometry: Possibilities and limitations. SPECTROCHIMICA ACTA PART B-ATOMIC SPECTROSCOPY 100 , p. 105 - 115.
  • VRBKOVA, B; ROBLOVA, V; YEUNG, ES; PREISLER, J, 2014:Determination of sterols using liquid chromatography with off-line surface-assisted laser desorption/ionization mass spectrometry. JOURNAL OF CHROMATOGRAPHY A 1358 , p. 102 - 109.
  • ZOBAC, O; SOPOUSEK, J; BURSIK, J; ZEMANOVA, A; ROUPCOVA, P, 2014:Experimental Study of the Sb-Sn-Zn Alloy System. METALLURGICAL AND MATERIALS TRANSACTIONS A-PHYSICAL METALLURGY AND MATERIALS SCIENCE 45A (3), p. 1181 - 1188.

2013

  • ALLAM, A; BOULET, P; NUNES, CA; SOPOUSEK, J; BROZ, P; RECORD, MC, 2013:Phase transformations in Higher Manganese Silicides. JOURNAL OF ALLOYS AND COMPOUNDS 551 , p. 30 - 36.
  • BREITER, K; GARDENOVA, N; KANICKY, V; VACULOVIC, T, 2013:Gallium and germanium geochemistry during magmatic fractionation and post-magmatic alteration in different types of granitoids: a case study from the Bohemian Massif (Czech Republic). GEOLOGICA CARPATHICA 64 (3), p. 171 - +.
  • BROZ, P; SOPOUSEK, J; VRESTAL, J; PINKAS, J, 2013:Combination of Thermal Analysis and Knudsen Effusion Mass Spectrometry for Study of Metal Materials on Macro- and Nano-scale. PROCEEDINGS OF THE WORKSHOP ON KNUDSEN EFFUSION MASS SPECTROMETRY 46 (1), p. 69 - 76.
  • CERNY, M; SESTAK, P; POKLUDA, J; SOB, M, 2013:Shear instabilities in perfect bcc crystals during simulated tensile tests. PHYSICAL REVIEW B 87 (1)
  • COPJAKOVA, R; SKODA, R; GALIOVA, MV; NOVAK, M, 2013:Distributions of Y plus REE and Sc in tourmaline and their implications for the melt evolution; examples from NYF pegmatites of the Trebic Pluton, Moldanubian Zone, Czech Republic. JOURNAL OF GEOSCIENCES 58 (2), p. 113 - 131.
  • HEMZALOVA, P; FRIAK, M; SOB, M; MA, D; UDYANSKY, A; RAABE, D; NEUGEBAUER, J, 2013:Ab initio study of thermodynamic, electronic, magnetic, structural, and elastic properties of Ni4N allotropes. PHYSICAL REVIEW B 88 (17)
  • JANOTKOVA, I; PROKES, L; VACULOVIC, T; HOLA, M; PINKAS, J; STEFFAN, I; KUBAN, V; KANICKY, V, 2013:Comparison of inductively coupled plasma optical emission spectrometry, energy dispersive X-ray fluorescence spectrometry and laser ablation inductively coupled plasma mass spectrometry in the elemental analysis of agricultural soils. JOURNAL OF ANALYTICAL ATOMIC SPECTROMETRY 28 (12), p. 1940 - 1948.
  • KEJIK, M; PINKAS, J; MORAVEC, Z; BARNES, CE, 2013:Porous organosilicates by non-hydrolytic sol-gel routes. ABSTRACTS OF PAPERS OF THE AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY 246
  • KOSAROVA, V; HRADIL, D; NEMEC, I; BEZDICKA, P; KANICKY, V, 2013:Microanalysis of clay-based pigments in painted artworks by the means of Raman spectroscopy. JOURNAL OF RAMAN SPECTROSCOPY 44 (11), p. 1570 - 1577.
  • KRAJCAROVA, L; NOVOTNY, K; BABULA, P; PROVAZNIK, I; KUCEROVA, P; ADAM, V; MARTIN, MZ; KIZEK, R; KAISER, J, 2013:Copper Transport and Accumulation in Spruce Stems (Picea abies (L.) Karsten) Revealed by Laser-Induced Breakdown Spectroscopy. INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ELECTROCHEMICAL SCIENCE 8 (4), p. 4485 - 4504.
  • KUBAT, V; LOSOS, Z; TRAVNICEK, Z; NOVOSAD, J, 2013:A new synthetic route for the preparation of metal tellurides. INORGANIC CHEMISTRY COMMUNICATIONS 38 , p. 8 - 10.
  • LEJCEK, P; SOB, M; PAIDAR, V; VITEK, V, 2013:Why calculated energies of grain boundary segregation are unreliable when segregant solubility is low. SCRIPTA MATERIALIA 68 (8), p. 547 - 550.
  • LOSOS, Z; KOVAR, O; HOUZAR, S; ZEMAN, J, 2013:Rare hydrated Mg-carbonate-hydroxide assemblage of serpentinite fissures in Hrubsice, western Moravia (Czech Republic): a genetic model of its formation. NEUES JAHRBUCH FUR MINERALOGIE-ABHANDLUNGEN 190 (3), p. 253 - 263.
  • NOVAK, M; ERTL, A; POVONDRA, P; GALIOVA, MV; ROSSMAN, GR; PRISTACZ, H; PREM, M; GIESTER, G; GADAS, P; SKODA, R, 2013:Darrellhenryite, Na(LiAl2)Al-6(BO3)(3)Si6O18(OH)(3)O, a new mineral from the tourmaline supergroup. AMERICAN MINERALOGIST 98 (10), p. 1886 - 1892.
  • RAJECKY, M; SLANINOVA, I; MOKRISOVA, P; URBANOVA, J; PALKOVSKY, M; TABORSKA, E; TABORSKY, P, 2013:Alkaloid chelirubine and DNA: Blue and red luminescence. TALANTA 105 , p. 317 - 319.
  • RYBAKOVA, S; RAJECKY, M; URBANOVA, J; PENCIKOVA, K; TABORSKA, E; GARGALLO, R; TABORSKY, P, 2013:Interaction of oligonucleotides with benzo[c]phenanthridine alkaloid sanguilutine. CHEMICAL PAPERS 67 (5), p. 568 - 572.
  • SEVCIKOVA, R; LUBAL, P; CAMPELLO, MPC; SANTOS, I, 2013:Kinetic study of formation/dissociation of Cu(II) and Zn(II) complexes of cyclen macrocyclic ligand with pendant thiol group. POLYHEDRON 62 , p. 268 - 273.
  • SKODA, D; STYSKALIK, A; MORAVEC, Z; PINKAS, J; BARNES, CE, 2013:Metallosilicates prepared by non-hydrolytic condensation reactions. ABSTRACTS OF PAPERS OF THE AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY 246
  • SPICHAL, Z; JANCARIK, A; MAZAL, C; PINKAS, J; PEKARKOVA, P; NECAS, M, 2013:Lanthanide coordination polymers with bis(diphenylphosphoryl)bicyclo[1.1.1]pentane. POLYHEDRON 62 , p. 83 - 88.
  • STEPANKOVA, K; NOVOTNY, K; VASINOVA GALIOVA, M; KANICKY, V; KAISER, J; HAHN, DW, 2013:Laser ablation methods for analysis of urinary calculi: Comparison study based on calibration pellets. SPECTROCHIMICA ACTA PART B-ATOMIC SPECTROSCOPY 81 , p. 43 - 49.
  • STYSKALIK, A; SKODA, D; MORAVEC, Z; PINKAS, J; BARNES, CE, 2013:Porous hybrid inorganic-organic phosphosilicate materials by non-hydrolytic sol-gel polycondensation reactions. ABSTRACTS OF PAPERS OF THE AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY 246
  • TALLA, D; WILDNER, M; BERAN, A; SKODA, R; LOSOS, Z, 2013:On the presence of hydrous defects in differently coloured wulfenites (PbMoO4): an infrared and optical spectroscopic study. PHYSICS AND CHEMISTRY OF MINERALS 40 (10), p. 757 - 769.
  • TOMALOVA, I; FOLTYNOVA, P; KANICKY, V; PREISLER, J, 2013:MALDI MS AND SALD ICP MS: COMPLEMENTARY DETECTION TECHNIQUES FOR METALLOPROTEOMICS. CHEMICKE LISTY 107 , p. S329 - S330.
  • VASINOVA GALIOVA, M; FISAKOVA, MN; KYNICKY, J; PROKES, L; NEFF, H; MASON, AZ; GADAS, P; KOSLER, J; KANICKY, V, 2013:Elemental mapping in fossil tooth root section of Ursus arctos by laser ablation inductively coupled plasma mass spectrometry (LA-ICP-MS). TALANTA 105 , p. 235 - 243.
  • VORACOVA, I; VANEK, J; PASULKA, J; STRELCOVA, Z; LUBAL, P; HERMANN, P, 2013:Dissociation kinetics study of copper(II) complexes of DO3A, DOTA and its monosubstituted derivatives. POLYHEDRON 61 , p. 99 - 104.

2012

  • CERMAK, M; ZOUHAR, M, 2012:Thin Static Charged Dust Majumdar-Papapetrou Shells with High Symmetry in D >= 4. INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF THEORETICAL PHYSICS 51 (8), p. 2455 - 2469.
  • FOLTYNOVA, P; KANICKY, V; PREISLER, J, 2012:Diode Laser Thermal Vaporization Inductively Coupled Plasma Mass Spectrometry. ANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY 84 (5), p. 2268 - 2274.
  • HSIEH, YT; CHEN, WT; TOMALOVA, I; PREISLER, J; CHANG, HT, 2012:Detection of melamine in infant formula and grain powder by surface-assisted laser desorption/ionization mass spectrometry. RAPID COMMUNICATIONS IN MASS SPECTROMETRY 26 (12), p. 1393 - 1398.
  • JAROLIMOVA, Z; LUBAL, P, 2012:CITP ANALYSIS OF BIOMINERALS. CHEMICKE LISTY 106 , p. S47 - S50.
  • KANA, T; SOB, M, 2012:Mechanical and magnetic properties of Mn-Pt compounds and nanocomposites. PHYSICAL REVIEW B 85 (21)
  • KHAN, AU; BROZ, P; NIU, HY; BURSIK, J; GRYTSIV, A; CHEN, XQ; GIESTER, G; ROGL, P, 2012:The system Ta-V-Si: Crystal structure and phase equilibria. JOURNAL OF SOLID STATE CHEMISTRY 187 , p. 114 - 123.
  • KOSAROVA, V; HRADIL, D; KANICKY, V, 2012:LIMITATIONS OF SPECTROSCOPIC METHODS IN THE STUDY OF EARTHY PIGMENTS. ACTA ARTIS ACADEMICA 2012: KNOWLEDGE AND EXPERIENCE IN THE FINE ART , p. 353 - 354.
  • KROUPA, A; DINSDALE, A; WATSON, A; VREST'AL, JJ; ZEMANOVA, A; BROZ, P, 2012:THE THERMODYNAMIC DATABASE COST MP0602 FOR MATERIALS FOR HIGH-TEMPERATURE LEAD-FREE SOLDERING. JOURNAL OF MINING AND METALLURGY SECTION B-METALLURGY 48 (3), p. 339 - 346.
  • LEGUT, D; PAVLU, J, 2012:Electronic structure and elasticity of Z-phases in the Cr-Nb-V-N system. JOURNAL OF PHYSICS-CONDENSED MATTER 24 (19)
  • PEKARKOVA, P; LUBAL, P; TABORSKY, P, 2012:Comment on "Hypersensitive Luminiscence of Eu3+ in Dimethyl Sulfoxide As a New Probing for Water Measurement". ANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY 84 (19), p. 8427 - 8428.
  • PEVEC, A; DEMSAR, A; PINKAS, J; NECAS, M, 2012:Synthesis of Organotitanium(IV) Fluoride Phosphates and the Crystal Structure of [(C5Me4Et)TiF(mu-F){mu-O2P(OSiMe3)(2)}](2). ACTA CHIMICA SLOVENICA 59 (1), p. 203 - 206.
  • POURAYOUBI, M; NECAS, M; NEGARI, M, 2012:The double H-atom acceptability of the P=O group in new XP(O)(NHCH2C6H4-2-Cl)(2) phosphoramidates [X = C6H5O- and CF3C(O)NH-]: a database analysis of compounds having a P(O)(NHR) group. ACTA CRYSTALLOGRAPHICA SECTION C-CRYSTAL STRUCTURE COMMUNICATIONS 68 , p. O51 - O56.
  • PROKSOVA, K; NOVOTNY, K; GALIOVA, M; VACULOVIC, T; KUTA, J; NOVACKOVA, M; KANICKY, V, 2012:Study of Elemental Distribution in Urinary Stones by Laser Ablation Inductively Coupled Plasma Mass Spectrometry. CHEMICKE LISTY 106 (3), p. 229 - 235.
  • SKODA, D; BARNES, CE; PINKAS, J, 2012:Titanosilicate and alumosilicate xerogels by nonhydrolytic sol-gel polycondensation reactions. ABSTRACTS OF PAPERS OF THE AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY 244
  • SOBOTNIK, J; BOURGUIGNON, T; HANUS, R; DEMIANOVA, Z; PYTELKOVA, J; MARES, M; FOLTYNOVA, P; PREISLER, J; CVACKA, J; KRASULOVA, J; ROISIN, Y, 2012:Explosive Backpacks in Old Termite Workers. SCIENCE 337 (6093), p. 436 - 436.
  • STULOVA, K; VACULOVIC, T; KANICKY, V, 2012:THE USE OF LA-ICP-MS IN FORENSIC ANALYSIS - ANALYSIS OF GSR. CHEMICKE LISTY 106 , p. S133 - S136.
  • STYSKALIK, A; BARNES, CE; PINKAS, J, 2012:Surface modification of phosphosilicate gels: Control of composition, porosity, acidity, and hydrophobicity. ABSTRACTS OF PAPERS OF THE AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY 244
  • STYSKALIK, A; SKODA, D; PINKAS, J; MATHUR, S, 2012:Non-hydrolytic synthesis of titanosilicate xerogels by acetamide elimination and their use as epoxidation catalysts. JOURNAL OF SOL-GEL SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY 63 (3), p. 463 - 472.
  • UHER, P; GIULIANI, G; SZAKALL, S; FALLICK, A; STRUNGA, V; VACULOVIC, T; OZDIN, D; GREGANOVA, M, 2012:Sapphires related to alkali basalts from the Cerova Highlands, Western Carpathians (southern Slovakia): composition and origin. GEOLOGICA CARPATHICA 63 (1), p. 71 - 82.
  • VREST'AL, J; STROF, J; PAVLU, J, 2012:Extension of SGTE data for pure elements to zero Kelvin temperature A case study. CALPHAD-COMPUTER COUPLING OF PHASE DIAGRAMS AND THERMOCHEMISTRY 37 , p. 37 - 48.
  • ZEIRINGER, I; GRYTSIV, A; BROZ, P; ROGL, P, 2012:Liquidus projection of the Ag-Ba-Ge system and melting points of clathrate type-I compounds. JOURNAL OF SOLID STATE CHEMISTRY 196 , p. 125 - 131.

2011

  • GALIOVA, M; VACULOVIC, T; FISAKOVA, MN; HRDLICKA, A; KANICKY, V, 2011:Utilization of laser ablation inductively coupled plasma mass spectrometry (LA-ICP-MS) for multielemetal analysis of fossil samples. ABSTRACTS OF PAPERS OF THE AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY 242
  • KANICKY, V; PROKES, L; ZAORALKOVA, L; HRDLICKA, A; VACULOVIC, T; GALIOVA, M; PRICHYSTAL, A; MASON, AZ; NEFF, H, 2011:Provenance study of obsidian artifacts and raw materials by laser ablation inductively coupled plasma mass spectrometry using multivariate statistical analysis. ABSTRACTS OF PAPERS OF THE AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY 242
  • PROKSOVA, K; NOVOTNY, K; GALIOVA, M; VACULOVIC, T; KANICKY, V, 2011:STUDY OF DISTRIBUTION OF ELEMENTS IN URINARY STONES USING LASER ABLATION ICP-MS SPECTROMETRY. CHEMICKE LISTY 105 , p. S58 - S61.
  • STYSKALIK, A; SKODA, D; MORAVEC, Z; BARNES, CE; PINKAS, J, 2011:Phosphonosilicate gels by nonhydrolytic condensation reactions. ABSTRACTS OF PAPERS OF THE AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY 242
  • VSIANSKA, M; SOB, M, 2011:Magnetically dead layers at sp-impurity-decorated grain boundaries and surfaces in nickel. PHYSICAL REVIEW B 84 (1)
  • VSIANSKA, M; SOB, M, 2011:The effect of segregated sp-impurities on grain-boundary and surface structure, magnetism and embrittlement in nickel. PROGRESS IN MATERIALS SCIENCE 56 (6), p. 817 - 840.
  • WARCHILOVA, T; VACULOVIC, T; MATAL, O; SIMO, T; KANICKY, V, 2011:MAPPING THE SURFACE OF METALLIC MATERIALS USING LA-ICP-MS. CHEMICKE LISTY 105 , p. S84 - S86.
  • ZELENY, M; FRIAK, M; SOB, M, 2011:Ab initio study of energetics and magnetism of Fe, Co, and Ni along the trigonal deformation path. PHYSICAL REVIEW B 83 (18)

GRANTY

  • Novel front-end strategies for desorption mass spectrometry (GAP206/12/0538), Czech Science Foundation - Standard Grants, 2012 - 2014
  • Thermodynamics of intermetallic phases using combined theoretical and experimental approach (GAP108/10/1908), Czech Science Foundation - Standard Grants, 2010 - 2013
  • Behaviour of geochemical „twins“ Al/Ga and Si/Ge in different types of acid silicate melts (GAP210/10/1309), Czech Science Foundation - Standard Grants, 2010 - 2013
  • Metal oxides and phosphates as nuclear waste forms: Sonochemical precipitation, thermal transformations, and solubility studies (GAP207/11/0555), Czech Science Foundation - Standard Grants, 2011 - 2014
  • Nonhydrolytic sol-gel reactions for the synthesis of silicates and phosphates with controlled porosity and surface functionality, MEYS - KONTAKT II, 2011 - 2014

CURRENT RESEARCH INFRASTRUCTURE

Material synthesis (glove box, ultrasonic processor, tube furnaces, high-pressure autoclaves, microwave reactors); diffraction techniques (single-crystal X-ray diffractometer at variable temperatures); elemental analyses (ICP/OES spectrometer, ICP/MS spectrometer); mass spectrometry (TOF and quadrupole mass spectrometers); vibrational spectroscopy (FT-IR spectrometer, FT-Raman spectrometer); laser ablation systems; molecular spectroscopy (UV/Vis spectrometers, spectrofluorimeter); nuclear magnetic resonance (solution and solid-state NMR spectroscopy), computer cluster consisting of ten linked computers, WIEN2K, VASP and ABINIT codes; thermal analysis (DSC/DTA), high-temperature Knudsen effusion mass spectrometry (KEMS).

1. Mass spectrometric imaging of biological tissues

Supervisor: prof. Mgr. Jan Preisler, Ph.D.
Consultants: Mgr. Antonín Bednařík, Ph.D.

Annotation:

Mass spectrometry imaging (MSI) exploits the ability of mass spectrometry to identify molecules according to their specific mass and image their distribution across the sample. The method allows direct visualization of endogenous compounds (lipids, proteins, saccharides) as well as exogenous drugs and their metabolites. The aim of the research will be development of a suitable matrix-assisted laser desorption/ionization (MALDI) MSI method for the study of distribution and the effect of chosen drug selected tissues and cell lines. Special attention will be devoted to sample preparation and matrix deposition (spray, sublimation, piezoelectric dispenser). The samples will be supplied by cooperating institutions (e.g. the Department of Experimental Biology, Experimental and Applied Neuropsychopharmacology, Centre for Neuroscience, the Department of Pharmacology, the Regional Centre for Applied Molecular Oncology). The analyzed compounds include endogenous compounds (lipids, glycans) as well as selected drugs.

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