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Neurotargeting

Master Projects

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MSc projects for the last ten years

2021

  • Sigurbjörn Markússon (Molecular Biology, University of Bergen, Norway)
    • Nanobody-aided structural studies on multidomain nervous system proteins
    • Supervisor: Professor Petri Kursula

2020

  • Øystein Hetland (Nanoscience, University of Bergen, Norway)
    • Probing myelin specific membrane proteins using functionalized nanoparticles
    • Supervisor: Professor Petri Kursula
  • Simon Schlumbohm (Bioinformatics, University of Hamburg, Germany)
    • Phylogenetic analysis of periaxins
    • Co-supervisor: Professor Petri Kursula
  • Anja Bao Ngoc Nguyen (Pharmacy, University of Bergen, Norway)
    • Effect of unique natural substance on cell viability, wound healing and expression of Annexin A2 in PC 12 cells.
    • Supervisor: Professor Anni Vedeler
  • Marthe Svenning (Pharmacy, University of Bergen, Norway)
    • Selected unique natural substance in neuroendocrine PC12 cells on cell viability, wound healing and expression of Annexin A2.
    • Supervisor: Professor Anni Vedeler

2019

  • Eirin Aasen Kvalheim (Pharmacy, University of Bergen, Norway)
    • Selected effects of unique natural substances in human breast cancer cells and interactions with Annexin A2.
    • Supervisor: Professor Anni Vedeler
  • Emilie Vu (Pharmacy, University of Bergen, Norway)
    • Effect of unique natural substances on cell viability, wound healing and expression of Annexin A2 in MCF-10A_MCF-7- and MDA-MB-231 cells.
    • Supervisor: Professor Anni Vedeler
  • Selina Cannon Homaei (Biomedical Sciences, University of Bergen, Norway)
    • Biosynthesis and function of carnosine in the mouse brain and muscle tissues
    • Supervisor: Professor Jan Haavik
    • Current: PhD student, Neurotargeting Research Group (Jan Haavik)
    • Publication from MSc work:

2018

2017

  • Laura Kind (Biophysics, Humboldt University Berlin, Germany)
    • Studies on the human endocannabinoid lipases ABHD6 and ABHD12 – A screening approach for optimal expression, extraction and purification methods
    • Supervisor: Professor Petri Kursula
    • Current: PhD student,  Translational Cell Signaling and Metabolism Group, University of Bergen, Norway (Professor Thomas Arnesen)
    • Publication(s) from MSc work:
  • Ingrid Vestvik (Pharmacy, University of Bergen, Norway)
    • Effect of selected unique natural substances on cell viability and wound healing in neuroendocrine PC12 cells with special focus on Annexin A2.
    • Supervisor: Professor Anni Vedeler
  • Sandra Paula Fernandes Guerra (Pharmacy, University of Bergen, Norway)
    • The effect of natural compounds on PC12 cell viability in the absence and presence of reactive oxygen species
    • Supervisor: Professor Anni Vedeler
  • Simon Schlumbohm (Bioinformatics, University of Hamburg, Germany)
    • Phylogenetic analysis of periaxins
    • Co-supervisor: Professor Petri Kursula

2016

  • Sofya Romanyuk (Pharmacy, University of Bergen, Norway)
    • Annexin A7 and Annexin A11 as mRNA-binding proteins
    • Supervisor: Professor Anni Vedeler

2015

2014

  • Beate Hole Fosse (Pharmacy, University of Bergen, Norway)
    • Effect of hypoxia on Annexin A2 in mitochondria from HepG2 and PC12 cells
    • Supervisor: Professor Anni Vedeler
  • Shalina Alom (Pharmacy, University of Bergen, Norway)
    • The Effect of miR-155 on the expression of Annexin A2
    • Supervisor: Professor Anni Vedeler

2013

  • Rozh Noraldin Tofiq (Pharmacy, University of Bergen, Norway)
    • Annexin A1, Annexin A2 and Annexin A4, but not Annexin A5 and Annexin A10, are able to bind RNA
    • Supervisor: Professor Anni Vedeler
  • Kristine Ask (Pharmacy, University of Bergen, Norway)
    • Tle localization and binding to mRNA of wild type Annexin A2
    • Supervisor: Professor Anni Vedeler

2011

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  • Gerd Nilsen (Pharmacy, Universtity of Bergen, Norway)
    • The effect of Annexin A2 peptides in angiogenesis in vitro
    • Supervisor: Anni Vedeler

 

BSc projects

2020

  • Hamda Ahmed (Nanoscience, University of Bergen, Norway)
    • Synthesis of monodisperse silica nanoparticles for biological application