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The results of the best IPHYS publication competition for year 2011


Category A
- publication with the first and/or corresponding IPHYS author

Telenský P., Svoboda J., Blahna K., Bureš J., Kubík Š., Stuchlík A. Functional inactivation of the rat hippocampus disrupts avoidance of a moving object. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 108(13): 5414-5418, 2011.

Flachs P., Rühl R., Hensler M., Janovská P., Zouhar P., Kůs V., Macek Jílková Z., Papp E., Kuda O., Svobodová M., Rossmeisl M., Tsenov G., Mohamed-Ali V., Kopecký J. Synergistic induction of lipid catabolism and anti-inflammatory lipids in white fat of dietary obese mice in response to calorie restriction and n-3 fatty acids. Diabetologia 54(10): 2626-2638, 2011.

Pravenec M., Kajiya T., Zídek V., Landa V., Mlejnek P., Šimáková M., Šilhavý J., Malínská H., Oliyarnyk O., Kazdová L., Fan J., Wang J., Kurtz T.W. Effects of human C-reactive protein on pathogenesis of features of the metabolic syndrome. Hypertension 57(4): 731-737, 2011.

 

Category B
- publication with the corresponding IPHYS author till 35 years old

Košťál L., Lánský P., Pokora O. Variability measures of positive random variables. PLoS ONE 6(7): 1932-6203, 2011.

 

Special prize
for the best publication with the first and/or corresponding IPHYS author resulted from the international cooperation

Ježek K., Henriksen E. J., Treves A., Moser E. I., Moser M.B. Theta-paced flickering between place-cell maps in the hippocampus. Nature 478(7368): 246-249, 2011.

 

Category C
- publication with the biggest number of citation (WoS)  for the past 10 years (not included self-citation)

1. Hubner N., Wallace C.A., Zimdahl H., Petretto E., Schulz H., Maciver F., Mueller M., Hummel O., Monti J., Zídek V., Musilová A., Křen V., Causton H., Game L., Born G., Schmidt S., Müller A., Cook S.A., Kurtz T. W., Pravenec M. Integrated transcriptional profiling and linkage analysis for identification of genes underlying disease. Nature Genetics 37(3): 243-253, 2005.
Počet citací bez autocitací: 277

2. Ježek P., Hlavatá L. Mitochondria in homeostasis of reactive oxygen species in cell, tissues, and organism. International Journal of Biochemistry and Cell Biology 37(12): 2478-2503, 2005. Review
Počet citací bez autocitací: 215

3. Flachs P., Mohamed-Ali V., Horáková O., Rossmeisl M., Hosseinzadeh-Attar M. J., Hensler M., Růžičková J., Kopecký J. Polyunsaturated fatty acids of marine origin induce adiponectin in mice fed a high-fat diet. Diabetologia 49(2), 394-397, 2006.
Počet citací bez autocitací: 117

4. Ježek P. Possible physiological roles of mitochondrial uncoupling proteins-UCPn. International Journal of Biochemistry & Cell Biology. 34(10), 1190-1206, 2002 IF = 3,044(02) Review
Počet citací bez autocitací: 90

5. Vlachová V., Teisinger J., Sušánková K., Lyfenko A., Ettrich R., Vyklický st. L. Functional role of C-terminal cytoplasmic tail of rat vanilloid receptor 1. Journal of Neuroscience, 23(4), 1340-1350, 2003.

Počet citací bez autocitací: 71

 

Category D
- publication with the biggest number of citation (WoS) in IPHYS history

1. Vaněček, J., Pavlík A., Illnerová H. Hypothalamic melatonin receptor-sites revealed by autoradiography. Brain Research 435(1-2): 359-362, 1987.
Times Cited in Web of Science 361

2. Vyskočil F., Bureš J., Kříž N. Potassium-selective microelectrodes used for measuring extracellular brain potassium during spreading depression and anoxic depolarization in rats. Brain Research 39(1): 255, 1972.
Times Cited in Web of Science: 309

3. Vaněček J. Cellular mechanisms of melatonin action. Physiological Reviews 78(3): 687-721 , 2005.
Times Cited in Web of Science: 302

4. Pařízek J., Ošťádalová I. Protective effect of small amounts of selenite in sublimate intoxication. Experientia 23(2): 142, 1967.
Times Cited in Web of Science: 297

5. Hubner N., Wallace C.A., Zimdahl H., Petretto E., Schulz H., Maciver F., Mueller M., Hummel O., Monti J., Zídek V., Musilová A., Křen V., Causton H., Game L., Born G., Schmidt S., Müller A., Cook S.A., Kurtz T. W., Pravenec M. Integrated transcriptional profiling and linkage analysis for identification of genes underlying disease. Nature Genetics 37(3): 243-253, 2005.
Times Cited in Web of Science: 289

6. Folbergrová J., Passonneau J.V., Lowry O.H., Schulz D.W. Glycogen, ammonia and related metabolites in the brain during seizures evoked by methionine sulphoximine. Journal of Neurochemistry 16(2):191-203, 1969.
Times Cited in Web of Science: 239

7. Ježek P., Hlavatá L. Mitochondria in homeostasis of reactive oxygen species in cell, tissues, and organism. International Journal of Biochemistry & Cell Biology 37(12): 2478-2503, 2005
Times Cited in Web of Science: 227

8. Jabůrek M., Vařecha M., Gimeno R.E., Dembski M., Ježek P., Zhang M.B., Burn P., Tartaglia L.A., Garlid K.D. Transport function and regulation of mitochondrial uncoupling proteins 2 and 3. Journal of Biological Chemistry 274(37): 26003-26007, 1999.
Times Cited in Web of Science: 213