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Farkas Orsolya

Name

dr. Farkas Orsolya

Degree
Ph.D., habilitated
Department
Department of Pharmacology and Toxicology
Position: associate researcher
Location
Building R-S ground-floor

Studies

  • bioengineer MSc (2001, Budapest University of Technology and Economics)
  • PhD (2008, Budapest University of Technology and Economics)
  • habilitation (2018, University of Veterinary Medicine, Budapest)

Positions

  • 2001- Research Center for Natural Sciences (Hungarian Academy of Sciences) – Laboratory of Biooxidation (research area: in vitro techniques, photodynamic therapy, multivariate data analysis)
  • 2011- University of Veterinary Medicine, Budapest, Department of Pharmacology and Toxicology

Research area

  • in vitro models of inflammation and oxidative stress
  • role of polyphenols, plant extracts and probiotics in prevention inflammatory disease

Teaching activity

  • Veterinary pharmacology practicals
  • Veterinary toxicology
  • Introduction to cell culture technique (elective course)
  • Culture of eukaryotic cells (PhD course)

Advancement

2011-2012 researcher
2012 – 2019 research fellow
2018. habilitation
2019 – senior research fellow

TDK and thesis

  • 17 students
  • First prize in OTDK 2017 (Dóra Kovács, in section Veterinary Physiology)
PhD-students
Dr. Karancsi Zita  2015
Pézsa Nikolett  2017
Dr. Kovács Dóra 2018
Dr. Móritz Alma 2021

Publications (Top10)

MTMT: https://m2.mtmt.hu/gui2/?type=authors&mode=browse&sel=authors10013542

1.  Z. Karancsi, A.V. Móritz, N. Lewin, A. M. Veres, Á. Jerzsele, O. Farkas. Beneficial effect of fermented wheat germ extract in intestinal epithelial cells in case of lipopolysaccharide-evoked inflammation. Oxidative Medicine and Cellular Longevity. 2020 In press
2.  Farkas O, Karancsi Z, Kovacs D, Lubov B, Csiko G, Palocz O Effect of flavonoids on cytochrome P450 activity in porcine intestinal epithelial cells – in vitro interaction study Journal of Veterinary Pharmacology And Therapeutics 41:(1) pp. 142-143.
3.  Palocz O, Paszti-Gere E, Galfi P, Farkas O. Chlorogenic Acid Combined with Lactobacillus plantarum 2142 Reduced LPS-Induced Intestinal Inflammation and Oxidative Stress in IPEC-J2 Cells. Plos One 11:(11) Paper e0166642.
4.  Farkas O, Palócz O, Pászti-Gere E, Gálfi P Polymethoxyflavone apigenin-trimethylether suppresses LPS-induced inflammatory response in non-transformed porcine intestinal cell line IPEC-J2 Oxidative Medicine and Cellular Longevity, Paper 673847
5.  Farkas O., G. Mátis, E. Pászti-Gere, O. Palócz, A. Kulcsár, J. Petrilla, Gy. Csikó, Zs. Neogrády, P. Gálfi Effects of Lactobacillus plantarum 2142 and sodium n-butyrate in LPS-triggered inflammation: comparison of IPEC-J2 and primary hepatocyte mono-cultures with a porcine enterohepatic co-culture system Journal of Animal Science 92:(9), 3835-3845
6.  E. Paszti-Gere, G. Matis, O. Farkas, A. Kulcsar, O .Palocz, Gy Csiko, Zs. Neogrady, P. Galfi The effects of intestinal LPS exposure on inflammatory responses in a porcine enterohepatic co-culture system Inflammation 37:(1), 247-260
7.  Paszti-Gere E., Szeker K., Csibrik-Nemeth E., Csizinszky R., Marosi A., Palocz O., Farkas O., Galfi P. Metabolites of Lactobacillus plantarum 2142 Prevent Oxidative Stress-Induced Overexpression of Proinflammatory Cytokines in IPEC-J2 Cell Line Inflammation 35:(4), 1487-1499
8.  Jakus J., Farkas O. Photosensitizers and antioxidants: a way to new drugs? Photochem. Photobiol. Sci. 4, 694-968.
9.  Farkas O., Jakus J., Héberger K. Quantitative structure-antioxidant activity relationships of flavonoid compounds Molecules 9, 1079-1088
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(Updated: August 2021)