Number of Publications - 7 Average Impact Factor - 3
Arabyan E, Hakobyan A, Kotsinyan A, Karalyan Z, Arakelov V, Arakelov G, Nazaryan K, Simonyan A, Aroutiounian R, Ferreira F, Zakaryan H. Genistein inhibits African swine fever virus replication in vitro by disrupting viral DNA synthesis. Antiviral Research, Accepted.
Karalova E, Zakaryan H, Voskanyan H, Arzumanyan H, Hakobyan A, Nersisyan N, Saroyan D, Karalyan N, Tatoyan M, Akopian J, Gazaryantz M, Mkrtchyan Z, Pogosyan L, Nersesova L, Karalyan Z (2015) Clinical and post-mortem investigations of genotype II induced African swine fever. Porcine Research 5(1): 1-11
The Institute of Molecular Biology (IMB) of the National Academy of Sciences of the Republic of Armenia (NAS RA) was founded in 1966 to encourage the development of molecular biology in Armenia. Today IMB has 18 research units (11 laboratories and 7 groups), and 3 educational units. Current research activities of IMB are focused on investigation of regulatory mechanisms of cell activity and its alterations in a number of pathologic conditions including autoimmune, autoinflammatory, cerebrovascular, infectious, oncological, and psychiatric disorders. The research, conducting in vivo, in vitro, in situ and in silico, includes human, animal, cell-cultures and computation modeling studies on genetic, protein, cellular, membrane, and sub-cellular levels.