Available Technologies

BREAST CANCER DETECTION FROM SWEAT Breast carcinoma diagnostic test based on metabolomics analysis of apocrine sweat comparably more sensitive and more specific than x-ray mammography.
TACRINE AND ANTAGONIST OF NMDAR HYBRIDS Hybrids capable of inhibiting AChE and BuChE and excessive calcium intake due to chronic hyperstimulation of NMDAR in patients with Alzheimer's disease.
CHOLINESTERASE REACTIVATORS AS ANTIDOTES Potential new antidote against organophosphorus pesticides in agriculture and in terrorist attacks.
TACRINE HYBRIDS BEARING ANTIOXIDANT ABILITIES Hybrid tacrin molecules are able to inhibit both AChE and BuChE. Parts of the structure with antioxidant properties are capable of capturing free radicals, and only negligible toxicity for hepatic cells has been demonstrated.
ABAD INHIBITORS - NOVEL THERAPEUTIC STRATEGY TO TREAT ALZHEIMER’S DISEASE New molecules of ABAD inhibitors - as potential drugs for the treatment of causes of Alzheimer's disease with in-vitro verified activity.

Centre for Transfer of Biomedical Technologies manages the transfer of academic research results to practical use in medical facilities or businesses. Academic results are for the purpose of this transfer and commercialization are described as „Technologies“ and usually take the form of specific technical solution of a practical problem. Technologies are, therefore, for example, a new surgical instrument, an improved or new drug, an existing drug for a new and unexpected indication, an innovative dietary supplement, a new production or diagnostic procedure or method, a specific computer program.

Centre for Transfer of Biomedical Technologies offers the following technologies. If you are interested in a certain technology, do not hesitate to contact the person mentioned on the particular technology summary sheet and consult your idea of possible cooperation in bringing this technology into practice and/or market.

Technology offerings at the same time it also publishes Global Technology Portal, established and provided by AUTM – Association of University Technology Transfer Managers. AUTM is the largest Technology Transfer organization in the world for academic and research organizations.

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