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Atanas Atanasov

  • Professor
  • Head of Molecular Biology Department
  • IGAB PAS
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Research interests

NutrigenomicsMolecular mechanisms of pharmacological actionBiotechnologyNatural productsMolecular medicine

About

Open for submissions Frontiers in Pharmacology (IF=4.4, Q1) special issue focused on natural products: http://healthandscienceportal.blogspot.com/2017/03/traditional-use-of-medicinal-plants-to.html Health and Science Portal http://healthandscienceportal.blogspot.co.at/ About me https://about.me/atanas_at

Co-authors (345)

Publications (80)

Ethnopharmacological approaches for therapy of jaundice: Part I

  • Tewari D
  • Mocan A
  • Parvanov E
Frontiers in Pharmacology (2017)
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Ethnopharmacological approaches for therapy of jaundice: Part II. Highly used plant species from Acanthaceae, Euphorbiaceae, Asteraceae, Combretaceae, and Fabaceae families

  • Tewari D
  • Mocan A
  • Parvanov E
Frontiers in Pharmacology (2017)
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Mitochondria as pharmacological targets in Down syndrome

  • Valenti D
  • Braidy N
  • De Rasmo D
Free Radical Biology and Medicine (2017)
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Plant resource availability of medicinal fritillaria species in traditional producing regions in qinghai-tibet plateau

  • Wang D
  • Chen X
  • Atanasov A
Frontiers in Pharmacology (2017)
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The dietary constituent falcarindiol promotes cholesterol efflux from THP-1 macrophages by increasing ABCA1 gene transcription and protein stability

  • Wang L
  • Palme V
  • Schilcher N
Frontiers in Pharmacology (2017)
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Professional experience

Head of Molecular Biology Department

IGAB PAS

December 2016 - Present