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Dovč, Peter

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Works: 507 works in 536 publications in 3 languages and 736 library holdings
Roles: Thesis advisor, Author, Other, Editor, Translator, Reviewer, Contributor, Interviewee, Author of introduction, Photographer
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Most widely held works by Peter Dovč
Gentransfer und Genexpression von bovinem prä-alphaS1-Kasein B und Hepatitis B Oberflächenantigen by Peter Dovč( )

3 editions published in 1988 in German and held by 11 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Rinderstallbau( Book )

1 edition published in 1996 in Slovenian and held by 10 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Prva slovenska čebelarska knjiga by Andrej Šalehar( Book )

1 edition published in 2016 in Slovenian and held by 9 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Life sciences conference 1998, Gozd Martuljek, Slovenia, September 19th - 24th by Life Sciences Conference( Book )

1 edition published in 1998 in English and held by 8 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Proceedings of the 1st Congress of the Genetics Society of Slovenia, 2-5 September 1997, Ljubljana, Slovenia by Slovensko Genetsko Društvo( Book )

1 edition published in 1997 in English and held by 7 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Navodila za vaje iz molekularne biologije in genetike : skripta( Book )

1 edition published in 2012 in Slovenian and held by 6 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Gentransfer und Genexpression von bovinem prä-[alpha]s1-Kasein B und Hepatitis B Oberflächenantigen by Peter Dovč( Book )

2 editions published in 1988 in German and held by 6 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Bosanski planinski konj : najstarejša avtohtona pasma na Balkanu v izumiranju = Bosnian mountain horse : the oldest indigenous breed in the Balkans facing extinction by Matjaž Mesarič( Book )

1 edition published in 2015 in Slovenian and held by 6 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Stanje živalskih genskih virov v slovenskem kmetijstvu = The state of farm animal genetic resources in Slovenia( Book )

1 edition published in 2003 in Slovenian and held by 5 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Izdelava imunodiagnostičnih reagentov na osnovi rekombinatnega humanega tkivnega inhibitorja metaloproteinaz Timp-1 : [doktorsko delo] by Gordana Wozniak( Book )

1 edition published in 2003 in Slovenian and held by 5 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Matrix metalloproteinases (MMPs) and tissue inhibitors of metalloproteinases (TIMPs) are critical effectors of extracellular matrix turnover in normal and pathophysiological processes. The TIMPs form a family of at least four members, whose primary function is regulation of the metalloproteinase action.In cancerous disease, high-level biosynthesis of TIMP-1 is the result of a host response to tumor invasion and reflects a tendency to neutralise theactivity of MMP while preserving the integrity of extracellular matrix. This phenomenon correlates with poor survival, again suggesting that there maybe an excess of MMP activity over TIMP-I in cancers of poor prognosis. Thisproves the informative value of TIMP-1 concentration in the serum and renders it an interesting target for the isolation of antibodies. To quantitate TIMP-1 in biological samples, a strategy for isolation of monoclonal antibodies was applied that employs a phage-displayed single-chain scFv. In order to obtain sufficient amounts of TIMP-I to use as an antigen, high-level expression in Pichia pastoris was achieved under the control of theAOX-I promotor. Purified protein antigen was then used for panning to achieve enrichment of specific phage from naive scFv library. In four subsequent panning rounds, antibody fragments that display specificity to TIMP-I were selected and the binding of monoclonal phage antibodies was demonstrated by an enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay. For the construction of an ELISA assay based completely on recombinant proteins, single-chain Fv sequences were fused to N-terminus of modified Escherichia coli alkaline phosphatase to produce a detecting agent, or to N-terminus of the antibody CL domain to serve as a capture antibody. (Abstract truncated at 2000 characters)
Angleško-slovenski slovar izbranih izrazov iz biokemije in molekularne biologije( Book )

1 edition published in 2012 in Slovenian and held by 5 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Ohranjanje biotske raznovrstnosti v slovenski živinoreji : poročilo za leto 2005 : naloge genske banke v živinoreji( Book )

5 editions published between 2005 and 2009 in Slovenian and held by 5 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Comparative proteomic analysis and identification of proteins expressed by Peltaster sp. 1 in jojoba oil : [doctoral dissertation] by Jana Frank( Book )

1 edition published in 2012 in English and held by 5 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Kolokvij iz genetike, Ljubljana, 22. september 2010 by Kolokvij iz genetike( Book )

1 edition published in 2010 in Slovenian and held by 4 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Polimorfizem kromosomske in mitohondrijske DNA lipana (Thymallus thymallus) in filogenetski odnosi med njegovimi geografsko ločenimi populacijami : doktorska disertacija by Simona Sušnik( Book )

1 edition published in 2001 in Slovenian and held by 4 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

The original distribution of grayling extends over the middle and northern Europe, from south England to Ural, and from high north (north Scandinavia being an exception) to Montenegro. Grayling inhabits all the main European river systems, i. e. the Danubian, Adriatic, Mediterranean and Atlantic. Its natural distribution is restricted to clean and swift-running watercourses with preserved natural habitat. Pronounced phenotypic variation has been often observed among grayling populations, but it is not known whether these differences are genetically or environmentally determined. Due to a constant decline of the population size of native grayling during the last two decades, stocking represents an inevitable conservation action. However, the best donor stocks for supplementary stocking are those that are most closely related to the extirpating populations. Therefore, the development of molecular tools, which will enable unbiased assessment of the relatedness between grayling populations, is an urgent task. In our study we developed first set of microsatellite markers specific for grayling and utilised mtDNA as genetic marker to study genetic variability of European grayling. European grayling from six Slovenian and seven other European populations, representing all four main European river systems, were included in analysis. Blood samples were taken from lateral vein of anaesthetised animals and DNA was extracted from erythrocytes. Genomic library of grayling was constructed and screened for CA- and AG- microsatellites. Over a hundred microsatellite loci were isolated and 15 of them were selected for population study and distance analysis using available computer packages (GENEPOP, MICROSAT). In spite of relatively low number of alleles detected on a single microsatellite locus both parameters for estimation of population differentiation (Fst and Rhost) showed very high values taking into account single locus or all loci together. Also a high number of private alleles was found. "Proportion of shared alleles" distances were calculated from MS typing data and used for tree construction. According to these results we can confirm the informativeness of these set of microsatellites for differentiation of geographically remote grayling populations. The anlysis of mtDNA polymorphism was also included in the population study of grayling. In order to allow comparison of mutation rate within the coding and non-coding mtDNA regions, a 363-bp segment at the 5' end of the cytochromeb gene and a 394-bp segment at the 5' end of the control region were sequenced. Twenty-one variable nucleotide positions within the 394 bp fragment of control region, determining eight haplotypes and 15 variable nucleotide positions within the 363 bp fragment of cytochrome b gene, determining seven haplotypes, were found. Sequence variation in the control region and cytochrome b gene was biased toward transitions with transition/transversion ratio of 14:7 and 12:3, respectively. Variation in cytochrome b gene was only slightly less pronounced than in the control region. Pairwise sequence divergence estimates among haplotypes varied from 0,25 to 3,92% and from 0,28 to 3.10% in the segment of control region and cytochrome b gene, respectively. In order to estimate phylogenetic relationships among haplotzpes maximum likelihood (PUZZLE 4.0.2) and distance based analysis (PHYLIP computer package) were performed for both mtDNA regions. Both analysis showed the same tree topology with phylogenetic groupings of haplotypes, forming three clusters. Danubian (Da) haplotypes, together with haplotype found in Mediterranean drainage, form one cluster and the atlantic (At) haplotype represents a separate, slightly differentiated evolutionary branch within the Danubian group. A high distinction of the Adriatic haplotypes, particularly Ad1 hapltype is evident from the phylogenetic tree. A special attention was paid to the Adriatic population of grayling in Slovenia, a special morph of grayling inhabiting the Soča and Po river basins. Due to its unique appearance this grayling was recorded as a distinct strain in Slovenia some decades ago. Particularly its colour and significant differences in some meristic characters distinguish the Adriatic population of grayling from the Danubian one. However, management programmes favoured stocking with the locally available domestic material, mostly originating from the Sava drainage. For this reason phenotypic characteristics of the Adriatic population of grayling have almost disappeared from the Soča drainage. Nevertheless, genetic background of this population still indicates its special status. Comparison of the Adriatic population of grayling in Slovenia with the Danubian one revealed 12 microsatellite loci out of 15 analysed with private alleles for the Adriatic population. Many of these private alleles were also found in populations from the Po river basin. Since aboriginal Adriatic population of grayling does not exist any more in Slovenia, we assume that the alleles shared between samples from the Soča and Sava river system were of Danubian origin. Therefore we propose to use the sum of the frequencies of these shared alleles in Adriatic population as an index of maximal introgression. Introgression between Danubian and Adriatic populations in the Soča river basin was 60-70% according to microsatellite loci. In addition, a special mtDNA haplotype Ad1 was present only in populations from the Soča and Po river systems, and it probably represents an ancient monophyletic clade with the earliest branching within haplotypes observed. According to the D-loop variation a genetic distance between haplotype Ad1 and other Danubian and Atlantic haplotypes ranged from 3,36 to 3,92%. Such an extensive genetic differentiation is probably due to an early separation of the Adriatic and Danubian-Atlantic lineage from their common ancestor. According to the molecular clock of 0,5-0,9%/1MZ, which is normally used for salmonid mtDNA, the divergence between the two groups occurred in late Miocene, when the links between the Mediterranean sea and the Paratethys, an ancestor of the present Danubian river system, were completely disrupted. The available molecular data together with phenotypic uniqueness of Adriatic population of grayling actualy showed that this population could be, according to evolutionary or phylogenetic species concept, potentially a distinct species or at least on a way to its speciation. According to molecular data Adriatic population of grayling undoubtedly form an evolutionary significant unit which is a formal unit for conservation action. Despite constant stocking in many populations microsatellite and mtDNA analysis demonstrate genetic distinctiveness of geographically remote grayling populations. This indicated the need for a proper management of threatened populations in terms of the selection of proper stocking material and conservation of grayling populations
Gensko kartiranje evkariontskih genomov = Genetic mapping of the eukaryote genome by Peter Dovč( )

1 edition published in 1998 in Slovenian and held by 4 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

In the second half of the 90s, with the mapping of the entire code of different organisms, we arrived at a new age, the age of genome. Project for the precise genetic maping of various organisms are almost overwhelming us with their informations. In studying the genetic code we are not limited any more to individual genes, instead we attempt to understand the genome as a whole, or to compare it to other, and to thus develop a new, complex approach to its analysis and function. This knowledge on gene expression and its physiological meaning are an important contribution to knowledge of the genomestructure
Genetika 2015 : book of abstracts by Genetic Society of Slovenia( Book )

1 edition published in 2015 in English and held by 4 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Uravnavanje izražanja gena za kapa kazein ([kapa]-CN) pri govedu : doktorsko delo = Regulation of the bovine kappa casein ([kappa]-CN) gene expression : doctoral thesis by Maruša Debeljak( Book )

1 edition published in 2002 in Slovenian and held by 4 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

 
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