Tamas Lukacsovich

Tamas Lukacsovich
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E-Mail: lukascovich

Tamas obtained his PhD at the ELTE University, Hungary. He has decades of biotechnology experience in designing complex molecular strategies for in vivo gene and protein manipulations. Tamas’ current work focuses on neuronal rewiring events in the adult brain.



Syed A, Lukacsovich T, Pomeroy M, Bardwell AJ, Decker GT, Waymire KG, Purcell J, Huang W, Gui J, Padilla EM, Park C, Paul A, Pham TBT, Rodriguez Y, Wei S, Worthge S, Zebarjedi R, Zhang B, Bardwell L, Marsh JL, MacGregor GR. (2019) Miles to go (mtgo) encodes FNDC3 proteins that interact with the chaperonin subunit CCT3 and are required for NMJ branching and growth in Drosophila. Dev Biol. 445(1):37-53.

Billes V, Kovács T, Manzéger A, Lőrincz P, Szincsák S, Regős Á, Kulcsár PI, Korcsmáros T, Lukácsovich T, Hoffmann G, Erdélyi M, Mihály J, Takács-Vellai K, Sass M, Vellai T. (2018) Developmentally regulated autophagy is required for eye formation in Drosophila. Autophagy. 14(9):1499-1519.

Bence M, Jankovics F, Lukácsovich T, Erdélyi M. (2017) Combining the auxin-inducible degradation system with CRISPR/Cas9-based genome editing for the conditional depletion of endogenous Drosophila melanogaster proteins. FEBS J. 284(7):1056-1069.

Vilmos P, Kristó I, Szikora S, Jankovics F, Lukácsovich T, Kari B, Erdélyi M. (2016) The actin-binding ERM protein Moesin directly regulates spindle assembly and function during mitosis. Cell Biol Int. 40(6):696-707.

Horváth A, Batki J, Henn L, Lukacsovich T, Róna G, Erdélyi M, Vértessy BG. (2015) dUTPase expression correlates with cell division potential in Drosophila melanogaster. FEBS J. 282(10):1998-2013.

Complete list of Tamas’ previous publication