Kateřina Peterková

Kateřina Peterková

Ph.D. student




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Kateřina Peterková was born on June 20, 1994, in Česká Lípa, Czech Republic. She received her Bc. degree in Biophysical Chemistry at Masaryk University, Faculty of Science, Czech Republic in 2016 with thesis entitled "NMR study of base-modified G-quadruplexes". She continued with her education at Faculty of Science, Masaryk University. In 2018, she was awarded her master degree in Structural Chemistry with the thesis entitled "Structure and stability of quadruhelical G-DNA: effects of sequence and environment". She is a Ph.D. student at University of Ljubljana, Slovenia and simultaneously at Masaryk University, Czech Republic. Since 2018, she is a Marie Curie fellow within the LightDyNAmics project.




K. Peterková, M. Stitch, R. Boota, P. A. Scattergood, P. I. P. Elliott, P. Podbevšek, J. Plavec and S. J. Quinn
G-Quadruplex Binding of a NIR Emitting Osmium Polypyridyl Probe Revealed by Solution NMR and Time-Resolved Infrared Studies
Chem. Eur. J. 2023, 29 (11), e202203250.
Web access at Wiley Online Library



K. Peterková, I. Durník, R. Marek, J. Plavec and P. Podbevšek
c-kit2 G-quadruplex stabilized via a covalent probe: exploring G-quartet asymmetry
Nucleic Acids Res. 2021, 49 (15), 8947-8960.
Web access at Oxford Journals