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Prof. Petra Patáková, PhD

Department Head

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Contact

Room: 

 A119

Phone: 

 +420 220 44 4124

E-mail:  

 petra.patakova@vscht.cz

 

Education and Employment

 1985–1990 Master studies, ICT Prague, Department of Fermentation Chemistry and Bioengineering (MSc).
 1990-1994  Postgraduate study – Institute of Microbiology, Czech Academy of Sciences, defense of PhD thesis – ICT Prague (PhD). 
 1994 Interpharma Prague, Department of Microbiology (Faculty Hospital) Prague.
 1994-1995  Assistant ICT Prague, Department of Fermentation Chemistry and Bioengineering.
 1995-2012  Assistant professor ICT Prague, Department of Fermentation Chemistry and Bioengineering.
 2012-2019  Associate Professor in the field of Biotechnology, ICT Prague. 
 since 2019  Professor in the field of Biotechnology, ICT Prague. 

 

Teaching Activity

Lectures: Hygiene and Safety in Microbiology (100%), Biotechnology II (50%), Biotechnology in Food Industry (50%), Biotechnological Applications of Microorganisms (exercises), Food and Biochemical Technology.
Supervision of Technology Laboratory works and Laboratory Practice in Biotechnology.            
Supervisor of BSc, MSc and PhD theses (also of foreign ERASMUS students).

Current Research Topics

Production of biofuels by fermentation (1-butanol, ethanol), molecular biology of solventogenic Clostridia (possibility of increasing tolerance to ethanol), evaluation of physiological state of microoorganisms, production of secondary metabolites of the fungus Monascus purpureus.

Selected Publications

Kolek J., Sedlar K., Provaznik I., Patakova P. Dam and Dcm methylations prevent gene transfer into Clostridium pasteurianum NRRL B-598: development of methods for electrotransformation, conjugation and sonoporation. Biotechnology for Biofuels (2016) 9:14.DOI 10.1186/s13068-016-0436-y, (open access)

Kolek J., Branska B., Drahokoupil M., Patakova P., Melzoch K. (2016) Evaluation of viability, metabolic activity and spore quantity in Clostridial cultures during ABE fermentation. FEMS Microbiology Letters, (on-line first)

Lipovsky J., Patakova P., Paulova L., Pokorny T., Rychtera M., Melzoch K. (2016) Butanol production by Clostridium pasteurianum NRRL B-598 in continuous culture compared to batch and fed-batch systems. Fuel Proc. Technol. 144: 139-144. (on-line)

Kolek J., Patakova P., Melzoch K., Sigler K., Rezanka T.  Changes in membrane plasmalogens of Clostridium pasteurianum during butanol fermentation as determined by lipidomic  analysis. PlosOne (2015) e0122058. DOI:10.1371/journal.pone.0122058, (open access)

Paulova L., Patakova P., Branska B., Rychtera M., Melzoch K. (2015) Lignocellulosic ethanol: Technology design and its impact on proces efficiency. Biotechnology Advances 33, 1091-1107. (on-line)

Sedlar K., Kolek J., Skutkova H., Branska B., Provaznik I., Patakova P. (2015) Complete genome sequence of Clostridium pasteurianum NRRL B-598. Journal of Biotechnology 214: 113-114. (on-line)

Gallazzi A., Branska B., Marinelli F., Patakova P. (2015) Continuous production of n-butanol by Clostridium pasteurianum DSM 525 using suspended and surface-immobilized cells. Journal of Biotechnology 216: 29-35. (on-line)

Patakova P., Linhova M., Vykydalova P., Branska B., Rychtera M., Melzoch K. (2014) Use of fluorescent staining and flow cytometry for monitoring physiological changes in solventogenic clostridia. Anaerobe 29, 113-117. (on-line)

Patakova P., Linhova M., Rychtera M., Paulova L., Melzoch K. (2013) Novel and neglected issues of acetone-butanol-ethanol (ABE) fermentation by clostridia: Clostridium metabolic diversity, tools for proces mapping and continuous fermentation systems. Biotechnology Advances 31: 58-67. (on-line

Patakova P.(2013) Monascus secondary metabolites: production and biological activity. Journal of Industrial Microbiology and Biotechnology 40, 169-181 (on-line)

Updated: 4.9.2023 11:58, Author: Martin Halecký

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