The article "The study of polymorphism of SLC22A1 and SLC47A1 genes in patients with type 2 diabetes" published

The 30th edition of the collection “Molecular Biological Technologies in Medical Practice” published an article written by project participants. The samples of T2D patients collected in the framework of the ER-24 Project were used for the study implementation.

The second period of the Project

On November 1, the second period of the project has started. During this period a lot of work has to be done to increase the collection of biological samples from patients with type 2 diabetes, as well as the analysis of DNA samples on microarrays.

Steering meeting of the Project

A meeting of the project steering committee was held to discuss current tasks, including the preparation of the report for the 1 project implementation period. The meeting was attended by representatives of 3 organizations: St. Petersburg State University, University of Tartu and Pskov State University.

About the project in media

Information Agency «RIA Novosti» issued a press release about the project and the implementation of its first stage.

Oral presentation of the first results of the project at «VII Congress and Associate Symposiums of Vavilov Society of Geneticists and Breeders»

In St. Petersburg, at the International Congress "VII Congress of the Vavilov Society of Genetic and Breeders and Associated Symposiums" a Senior Researcher of the Laboratory of Biobanking and Genomic Medicine, St. Petersburg State University Dr. Yulia Nasykhova made a presentation about the first stages of the project as well as about the organization of the creation of biomaterial collection of patients with T2D, results of the work for 3 months, first successes and solving problems.

St. George's Martyr City Hospital is included in the project

A cooperation agreement was now signed between the St. George Martyr City Hospital and St. Petersburg State University, within the framework of which the jointly participation in the development and implementation of information-analytical, scientific, other educational projects and projects, including the creation of a biomaterial collection of patients with T2D is planned.