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Currently Neiburga performs mRNA analysis in the project Predominantly primary antibody deficiencies among adults: solving etiology and causes of clinical variability (No. lzp-2020/1-0269).

In addition, Katrina is involved in multiple other bioinformatics related projects such as identifying miRNA variation in coronary arthery disease and linking it to genomic information in collaboration with Deutsches Herzzentrum München Klinik für Herz- und Kreislauferkrankungen, identifying hypoxia associated biomarkers in HER2+ breast cancer cell lines, and identifying bacterial vs viral infection biomarkers in children with fever by transcriptome analysis in urine.

Previously K. D. Neiburga has also worked on translational profiling of neuronal cells and mathematical modelling of plant metabolic pathways.


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