Alexander Timoshenko, PhD
Cell Biology and Glycobiology
The main areas of my research interests include the following: Biological Activity and Functions of Animal and Plant Lectins, Glycobiology, Molecular Mechanisms of Cellular Stress Responses, Cellular Signaling, Reactive Oxygen Species, Redox-Regulation of Cellular Functions, Cancer Biology, Lymphangiogenic Factors, Innate Immunity.
Degrees and Institutions
- Doctor of Science, Biophysics, National Academy of Sciences of Belarus, Minsk
- Candidate of Science (Ph.D.), Biophysics, National Academy of Sciences of Belarus, Minsk
- Diploma, Physics, Belarusian State University, Belarus, Minsk
- Biology 3326F/G: Cell Biology Laboratory
- Biology 3355A: Molecular Cell Biology of Stress
- Biology 4930G: Seminar in Cell Biology
- Timoshenko AV, Lanteigne J, Kozak K (2016) Extracellular stress stimuli alter galectin expression profiles and adhesion characteristics of HL-60 cells. Mol Cell Biochem 413: 137-143
- Gorudko IV, Sokolov AV, Shamova EV, Grigorieva DV, Mironova EV, Kudryavtsev IV, Gusev SA, Gusev AA, Chekanov AV, Vasilyev VB, Cherenkevich SN, Panasenko OM, Timoshenko AV (2016) Binding of human myeloperoxidase to red blood cells: molecular targets and biophysical consequences at the plasma membrane level. Arch Biochem Biophys 591: 87-97.
- Timoshenko AV (2015) Towards molecular mechanisms regulating the expression of galectins in cancer cells under microenvironmental stress conditions. Cell Mol Life Sci 72: 4327-4340.
- Timoshenko AV, Gorudko IV, and Gabius HJ (2014) Lectins from medicinal plants: bioeffectors with diverse activities. In: Recent Advances in Phytochemistry, Vol. 44 (R. Jetter, Ed.), Springer, pp. 43-56.
- Majumder M, Tutunea-Fatan E, Xin X, Rodriguez-Torres M, Torres-Garcia J, Wiebe R, Timoshenko AV, Bhattacharjee RN, Chambers AF, and Lala PK (2012) Co-expression of α9β1 integrin and VEGF-D confers lymphatic metastatic ability to a human breast cancer cell line MDA-MB-468LN. PLoS One 7(4):e35094.