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Research Research teams Pharmacokinetic and Drug Metabolism Research Group

Pharmacokinetic and Drug Metabolism Research Group

RESEARCH GROUP LEADER: Dr. György Csikó

CONTACT: csiko.gyorgy@univet.hu

 

RESEARCH GROUP MEMBERS:

Associate professor: Dr. György Csikó

Research fellow: Gábor Nagy, Dr. Orsolya Farkas

Research assistant: Orsolya Palócz

Assistant: Katalin Balogh, Éva Borbás

 

RESEARCH AREAS:

Pharmacokinetics, drug metabolism, metabolic interactions, clinical pharmacology, alternative growth promoters, drugs used to replace antibiotics, drug-like substances

 

MEMBERSHIPS:

European Association for Veterinary Pharmacology and Toxicology (EAVPT)

Hungarian Veterinary Chamber

Hungarian Society for Free Radical Research

Association of Hungarian Geneticists

 

LONG-TERM COLLABORATIONS:

Immitec Nutrition AB (Norvégia)

Institute for Food, Brain and Behaviour, Oxford (UK)

Europharmavet Ltd. (Hungary)

Solumium Ltd. (Hungary)

 

SERVICES:

Pharmacokinetic, bioequivalence and drug elimination tests

Drug metabolism, incompatibility, PCR, ELISA diagnostics.

Pharmacodynamic, efficacy and safety trials of substances (e.g. medicinal products, alternative growth promoters and immunostimulants) reducing the use of antibiotics.

Luminometry, Fluorometry.

 

GRANTS:

Funding source

Project title and topic

Amount (HUF)

National Research, Development and Innovation Office, Hungary (NRDIO)

Reduction of the excessive use of antibiotics in the veterinary medicine

(submitted)

Research Faculty

(Ministry of Human Capacities)

Prevalence of benzimidazole resistance in Hungarian population of cattle and sheep (2016)

1.200.000

OTKA100701 National Research, Development and Innovation Office, Hungary (NRDIO)

Prevention of oxidative stress-induced changes of xenobiotic metabolism investigated in a co-culture model of pig intestinal and hepatic cells (co-culture, IPEC-J2, hepatocytes, LPS, cytokines, CYP450, drug metabolism)

 

Research Faculty

(Ministry of Human Capacities)

Drug safety studies in exotic bird species (2014)

2.000.000

Research Faculty

(Ministry of Human Capacities)

Reduction of the administration of antibiotics with authorised feed additives in food-producing species (2013)

1.000.000