Tatjana Bosnjak

Tatjana is a PhD Candidate at the Department of Pharmaceutical Biosciences, University of Oslo, Norway. She is interested in how different drugs and substances affect our body, i.e. pharmacology. She studies proteolytic enzymes with a particular focus on cysteine ​​proteases (legumain, cathepsins) and what roles these enzymes have in normal physiology and in diseases such as cancer, atherosclerosis and osteoporosis. Currently, her main goal is to illuminate the cellular and molecular mechanisms of legumain and cysteine ​​cathepsins in bone remodeling and bone cell functions under physiological and pathological conditions of bone loss and to utilize them as potential pharmacological target molecules.

Automated cell counting: Tips and techniques for optimal results

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Western blotting: Tips to optimize a deceptively complex process

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Electrophoresis for Western blotting: Application and tips

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Pipetting technique: Tips to improve precision and data integrity

Even though pipettes are members of the precision-instruments group, their preciseness is not to be taken for granted—and largely depends on each scientist’s individual skills. Pipetting might be the last thing you worry about when you approach

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