Krakow, Poland

Jagiellonian University

www.uj.edu.pl
Krakow, Poland

The Jagiellonian University is a research university founded in 1364 by Casimir III the Great in Kazimierz . It is the oldest university in Poland, the second oldest university in Central Europe and one of the oldest universities in the world. It was positioned by QS World University Rankings as the best Polish university among the world's top 500 and the ARWU as second-best Polish higher-level institution.The university fell upon hard times when the occupation of Kraków by Austria-Hungary during the Partitions of Poland threatened its existence. In 1817, soon after the creation of the Duchy of Warsaw the university renamed as Jagiellonian University to commemorate Poland's Jagiellonian dynasty, which first revived the Kraków University in the past. In 2006, The Times Higher Education Supplement ranked Jagiellonian University as Poland's top university. Wikipedia.

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Jagiellonian University and University Rolniczy Im Hugona Kollataja W Krakowie | Date: 2017-07-12

PK/2613/RW**8** Abstract New composition of polymeric scintillator was revealed, which can be used particularly in medical diagnostics especially in productions of CT scanners, PET scanners and SPECT scanners.


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Jagiellonian University and Instytut Inzynierii Chemicznej Pan | Date: 2017-03-15

A nanocomposite material with antimicrobial properties, based on cellulose packed with a mineral filler (zeolite) exchanged with silver, characterised in that the mineral filler is made up of Y-type zeolites, while silver occurs in a form bound with the zeolite matrix in the form of cations and, optionally, nanoparticles of reduced silver, as well as a method for preparation of such a material and its application for the wrapping of plants, works of art, archives and antique objects, as well as food, pharmaceuticals and animal fodder.


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Instytut Biochemii I Biofizyki Pan, Jagiellonian University and Instytut Chemii Organicznej Pan | Date: 2017-07-05

The presented invention is related to a vaccine, a pharmaceutical composition, a carrier for nucleic acids and for other biologically active substances, use of composition in vaccine manufacturing and use of cationic derivatives of PTAI in production of immunomodulating substances. More specifically, the presented invention is related to use of carriers based on cationic derivatives of polyprenols used as DNA vaccine carriers, easily transported and stored.


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French National Center for Scientific Research and Jagiellonian University | Date: 2017-07-05

The present invention relates to compounds of the following formula (I), wherein: m represents an integer being equal to 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 or 6, X represents a simple bond or a radical -CHR1 wherein R1 represents: - a hydrogen atom, or - a linear or branched, possibly interrupted by up to 3 heteroatoms selected from O, S or N and/or possibly substituted, (C1-C12)-alkyl, R2, R3 and R4 represent independently from each other: - a hydrogen atom, or - a linear or branched (C1-C12-alkyl or (C1-C12)-acyl R5 represents: - a hydrogen atom, or - a linear or branched, possibly substituted, (C1-C13)-alkyi possibly substituted and possibly interrupted by up to 3 heteroatoms selected from O, S or N, R6 represents: - a hydrogen atom, or - a linear or branched possibly substituted (C1-C12)-alkyl, possibly substituted and possibly interrupted by up to 3 heteroatoms selected from O, S or N, for their use as antibacterial drugs for the treatment and/or the prevention of infection(s) caused by biofilm-forming bacteria.


The present invention is a device and method for the non-invasive detection of hazardous materials in an aquatic environment, wherein the device comprises a sealed housing, in which there is a fast neutron generator (101) surrounded by particle detectors (106), and gamma quantum detector (111), wherein the fast neutron generator (101) emits neutrons in the direction of the tested object (107) through the neutron and/or gamma quanta guide (108), and the gamma quanta detector records gamma quanta emitted by the nuclei of the tested object (107) transmitted through neutron and/or gamma quanta guide (110).


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Jagiellonian University | Date: 2017-05-10

A DNA aptamer showing the affinity for Arg tag and its applications were revealed.


Coordination polymers of MOF type, comprising a repeating unit of the general formula [M2(dcx)2L2], wherein M represents a metal cation (M2+), dcx represents an anion of a dicarboxylic acid and L represents a neutral molecule of hydrazone. A method for preparation of coordination polymers of MOF type, wherein in the first step a compound of aldehyde or ketone group is condensed with a hydrazide, and in the second step the condensation product is reacted using a metal compound and a dicarboxylic acid. An application of coordination polymers of MOF type for the detection, capturing, separation, or storage of molecules, for the fabrication of ionic conductors, for the construction of batteries and fuel cells, as well as drug carriers.


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Jagiellonian University | Date: 2017-03-15

The use of cobalt porphyrins for the manufacture of an agent for mobilizing bone marrow cells to peripheral blood, preferably used to treat congenital neutropenia, for the treatment and prevention of neutropenia caused by chemotherapy, radiotherapy and pharmacologically- induced neutropenia, for the treatment of acute myeloid leukemia, acute lymphocytic leukemia, myelodysplastic syndromes, and to increase the amount of circulating hematopoietic stem cells in peripheral blood for subsequent isolation in the process of apheresis and allogeneic or autologous transplantation.


An N-sulfonic polyallylamine derivative (NSPAH) with Formula 1 wherein R is -SO3- or -H, and n is an integer from 150 to 15000, and at least one R is -SO3-. An application of the NSPAH as a medicine, particularly for prevention and treatment of respiratory tract infections caused by the human metapneumovirus (hMPV), respiratory tract infections caused by the human rhinoviruses (HRV), and infections caused by the influenza A virus. A pharmaceutical composition comprising the NSPAH as an active substance and the application thereof.


Dziarmaga J.,Jagiellonian University
Advances in Physics | Year: 2010

We review recent theoretical work on two closely related issues: excitation of an isolated quantum condensed matter system driven adiabatically across a continuous quantum phase transition or a gapless phase, and apparent relaxation of an excited system after a sudden quench of a parameter in its Hamiltonian. Accordingly, the review is divided into two parts. The first part revolves around a quantum version of the Kibble-Zurek mechanism including also phenomena that go beyond this simple paradigm. What they have in common is that excitation of a gapless many-body system scales with a power of the driving rate. The second part attempts a systematic presentation of recent results and conjectures on apparent relaxation of a pure state of an isolated quantum many-body system after its excitation by a sudden quench. This research is motivated in part by recent experimental developments in the physics of ultracold atoms with potential applications in the adiabatic quantum state preparation and quantum computation. © 2010 Taylor & Francis.

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