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Pistol Gina Cecilia

Pistol Gina Cecilia
Scientist
Animal Biology Laboratory
National Research Development Institute for Animal Biology and Nutrition
Romania

Biography

2010- present: scientist researcher involved in immunonutrition studies concerning the effects of different dietary supplements and contaminants on immune status, with respect to inflammatory processes - National Research Development Institute for Animal Biology and Nutrition, Balotesti, Romania, Animal Biology Laboratory; 2010-present: coordinator of the IBNA molecular biology compartment. 2005–2010: scientist researcher implicated in research studies focused on cellular and molecular defects in associated with inflammation in human autoimmune diseases -Cantacuzino NIRDMI, Bucharest, Romania, Cellular Receptors Laboratory; 2002-2005: Research assistant implicated in the development of monoclonal antibody technology, and characterization of the monoclonal antibodies --Cantacuzino NIRDMI, Bucharest, Romania, Monoclonal Antibodies Laboratory.

Research Interest

- Immunonutrition studies, cellular and molecular mechanisms of inflammation, immunology, molecular biology, modulation of intestinal inflammation using natural products (by-products), animal models

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