Molecular Animal Biotechnology Research Group

RESEARCH GROUP LEADER: András Dinnyés DVM, DSc., professor, Doctor of Hungarian Academy of Sciences


Professor: 1
Research fellow: 1
Departmental engineer: 1
PhD student: 3

Micro-manipulation, In-vitro embryo production, Stem cell technology, Molecular biological methods

Animal Experimentation Interdepartmental Permanent Committee of HAS
Medical Research Council, Committee on Human Reproduction
International Embryo Transfer Society
International Society for Transgenic Technologies
Hungarian Biotechnology Association
Society for the Study of Reproduction
European Society for Domestic Animal Reproduction
International Society for In Vitro Methods
Farm Animal Breeding and Reproduction Technology Platform
European Food Safety Authority, Working Group on Cloning
World Journal of Stem Cells
American Journal of Stem Cells
Danish Council for Strategic Research

Agricultural Biotechnology Center, Hungary
University of Szeged, Hungary
Utrecht University, the Netherlands
BioTalentum Ltd., Hungary
University of Southampton, UK
University of Cambridge, UK
Martin Luther University Halle-Wittenberg, Germany
University of Manchester, UK
AVANTEA srl, Italy
MWM Biomodels GmbH, Germany
Celgene Research S.L.U., Spain
Beijing Genomics Institute Europe, Denmark
Metabolom Inc., USA

microarray and new generation sequencing data analysis
Real Time RT-PCR
fluorescent cell staining
FACS cell analysis


EU FP7 Marie Curie Initial Training Network, EpiHealthNet (2012)
EU FP7 Induced pluripotent stem cell research in rabbit and pig, ANISTEM (2011)
NKTH TÉT Transcriptome analysis and functional characterization of rabbit pluripotent stem cells for the production of novel animal models (2010)
NKTH TÉT Development of deep-frozen gene bank (2008)
NKTH Jedlik Platform of mouse and human embryonic stem cell-derived cardiomyocyte test systems for drug development (2008)
NKTH TÉT Researching vitrification of pig oocytes and embryos (2005)
OTKA Mouse cloning from somatic- and embryonic stem-cells: The effect of the nuclear donor cell origin and treatments on the genetic reprogramming process (2004)

Biotechnological companies (3 companies)