Ágnes Tóth-Petróczy

PhD Student, MSc


H-1113 Budapest, Karolina út 29. (Hungary)
H-1117 Budapest, Pázmány P. sétány 1/A, 1st floor
tothagi at enzim.hu

Curriculum vitae

Place and date of birth
  • Esztergom (Hungary), 2th September 1983.
Education Languages
  • Hungarian (native)
  • English
  • German
Scientific interests
  • Intrinsically disordered proteins
  • DNA-recognition, DNA-binding processes
  • Beta-peptides
  • Bioinformatics, molecular dynamics, applied quantum chemistry
Scientific activity Publications
  • Agnes Toth-Petroczy, Agnes Szilagyi, Zsolt Ronai, Maria Sasvari-Szekely and András Guttman
    Validation of a tentative microsatellite marker for the dopamine D4 receptor gene by capillary electrophoresis
    JChromatographyA, 2006 Oct 20;1130(2):201-5. Epub 2006 May 8.
  • Ágnes Tóth-Petróczy, Christopher J. Oldfield, Yugong Cheng, István Simon, Yuichiro Takagi, A. Keith Dunker, Vladimir N. Uversky and Monika Fuxreiter
    Malleable machines in transcription regulation: the Mediator complex
    PNAS, under review

    2003: Stockholm International Youth Science Seminar, Stockholm, Sweden, lecture:
    Investigation of genetic polymorphisms of the dopamine D4 receptor gene
    2005: VI. Magyar Genetikus Kongresszus, Eger, Hungary, poster:
    A D4-es dopamin receptor gén és feltételezett markerének kapcsoltsági vizsgálata
    Tóth Ágnes, Szilágyi Ágnes, Rónai Zsolt és Sasvári-Székely Mária
    2005: Straub-napok, Szeged, Hungary, poster
    The role of the intrinsic disorder in the function of the Mediator Ágnes Tóth, Monika Fuxreiter and István Simon
    2006: 31st FEBS Congress, Istambul, Turkey, poster:
    Intrinsic disorder in the function of the Mediator
    Ágnes Tóth-Petróczy, Monika Fuxreiter and István Simon
    2006: 6th European Conference on Computationl Chemisrty (EUCO-CC6), Tale, Slovakia, poster:
    Towarsd rational design of unnatural proteins using quantum chemical methods:
    Interaction between helices and strands of beta-peptides

    Ágnes Tóth-Petróczy, Tamás Beke, András Perczel
    2006: Straub-napok, Szeged, Hungary, lecture
    Does isntrinsic disorder mediate transcription? Ágnes Tóth-Petróczy, Monika Fuxreiter and István Simon
    2006: First Annual Conference on The Physics, Chemistry and Biology of Water, Brattleboro, Vermont, USA, lecture:
    Hydration fingerprint in DNA recognition
    Ágnes Tóth-Petróczy, Mihály Mezei, Roman Osman, István Simon and Monika Fuxreiter
    2007: Biophysical Society 51st Annual Meeting, Baltimore, Maryland, USA, poster:
    Hydration Fingerprint in DNA Damage Recognition
    Monika Fuxreiter, Á. Tóth-Petróczy, M. Mezei, I. Simon
    2007: EMBO/SPIN2 Workshop, Intrinsically Unfolded Proteins (IUP): Biophysical Characterisation and Biological Significance, Budapest, Hungary, poster: abstract
    Conserved intrinsic disorder features in gene-specific regulatory functions of the Mediator of RNA polymerase II
    Ágnes Tóth-Petróczy, István Simon and Monika Fuxreiter
    2007: DNA Enzymes, Marie Curie Network Annual Meeting, Vilnius, Lithuania, lecture:
    Role of substrate flexibility and specific hydration in GU recognition by Uracil-DNA glycosylase
    Ágnes Tóth-Petróczy

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last modified: Jan 10. 00:10:00 CET 2008.