1 PUBLIKÁCIÓK 1. Horolma Pamjav, Andrea Zalán, Judit Béres, Melinda Nagy, Yuet Meng Chang: Genetic structure of the paternal lineage of the Roma People, American Journal of Physical Anthropology, 2011.Jan 4. DOI: /ajpa Andrea Zalán, Judit Béres and Horolma Pamjav: Paternal Genetic history of the Vlax Roma: Forensic Science International: Genetics, 2010.Sep.23. doi: /j.fsigen A. Molnár, G. Horváth, A. Zalán and H. Pamjav: Allele distribution of the new European Standard Set (ESS) loci in the Hungarian population: Forensic Science International: Genetics, 2010 Jul 3. doi: /j.fsigen Szilvia Ágnes Rak, Andrea Zalán, György Szabados and Horolma Pamjav: Population genetic data on 15 STR loci in the Hungarian population. Forensic Science International: Genetics, 2010 Jan 7. doi: /j.fsigen A. Z. Bíró, A. Zalán, A. Völgyi and H. Pamjav: A Y-chromosomal comparison of the Madjars (Kazakhstan) and the Magyars (Hungary). American Journal of Physical Anthropology, 2009;139(3): Andrea Zalán, Antónia Völgyi, Werner Brabetz, Dorit Schleinitz and Horolma Pamjav: Hungarian population data of eight X-linked markers in four linkage groups: Forensic Sci Int. 2008, Feb 25;175(1): Antónia Völgyi, Andrea Zalán, Enikő Szvetnik and Horolma Pamjav: Hungarian population data based on 11 Y-STR and 49 Y-SNP markers. Forensic Science International: Genetics: (2):e Antónia Völgyi, Andrea Zalán, Judit Béres, Yuet Meng Chang and Horolma Pamjav: Haplogroup distribution of the Hungarian population and the largest minority group: Forensic Science International: Genetics: Progress in Forensic Genetics 12 Volume 1, Issue 1, Pages (August 2008). 9. A. Zalan, A. Volgyi, M. Jung, O. Peterman and H. Pamjav (2007): Hungarian population data of four X-linked markers: DXS8378, DXS7132, HPRTB, and DXS7423. Int J Legal Med Jan; 121(1): M. Nagy, L. Henke, J. Henke, K.C. Prasnata, A. Volgyi, A. Zalan, O. Peterman, J. Bernasovska and H. Pamjav. Searching for the origin of Romanies: Slovakian 1/5
2 Romani, Jats of Haryana and Jat Sikhs Y-STR data in comparison with different Romani populations. Forensic Sci Int Jun 14;169(1): A. Zalan, H. Pamjav, S. Kokeny, A. Volgyi. A study of thirty autosomal Single Nucleotide Polymorphism markers in Hungarian population. Legal Medicine, 9 (2007) Keyser-Tracqui C, Crubezy E, Pamzsav H, Varga T, Ludes B: Population origins in Mongolia: genetic structure analysis of ancient and modern DNA. Am J Phys Anthropol Oct;131(2): Varga T, Keyser C, Beer Z, Pénzes Z, Pamzsav H, Csete K, Ludes B: Short tandem repeat data analysis in a Mongolian population. Leg Med (Tokyo) Mar;5 Suppl 1:S Triga D, Pamjav H, Vellai T, Fodor A, and Buzas Z: Gel electrophoretic restriction fragment length polymorphism analysis of DNA derived from individual nematodes, using the PhastSystem. Electrophoresis Jun;20(6): Szállás E, Pukall R, Pamjav H, Kovács G, Buzás Z, Fodor A and Stackebrandt E: Passengers who missed the train: comparative sequence analysis, PhastSystem PAGE PCR-RFLP and automated RiboPrint phenotypes of Photorhabdus strains. In: Griffin C.T., Burnell A.M., Downws M.J. and Mulder R (Eds). Developments in entomophatogenic nematode/bacterial research. European Commission Publications, Luxemburg Pp IF:0,5 (cit 2) 16. Pamjav H, Triga D, Buzas Z, Vellai T, Lucskai A, Adams B, Reid AP, Burnell A, Griffin C, Glazer I, Klein MG, Fodor A.: Novel application of PhastSystem polyacrylamide gel electrophoresis using RFLP ITS patterns of individuals for molecular identification of EPNs. Electrophoresis Jun;20(6): KONGRESSZUSI KIADVÁNYOK 1. Andrea Zalán, Judit Béres and Horolma Pamjav: Comparative Y-STR and Y-SNP amnalysis in two Vlachian Romani population groups from Eastern Hungary, P15, 2010, Berlin, Germany. 2. H. Pamjav, A. Zalán, A. Völgyi, Zs. Padar: Comparative Y-STR and Y-SNP analysis of the Seklers and Csangos to the present Hungarians, PP255, 2009, Buenos Aires, Argentina. 2/5
3 3. A. Zalán, A. Völgyi, Z. Straky, P. Endrédy, H. Pamjav: Hungarian recombination study of eight X-chromosomal loci using men type argus X-8 kit, PP07, 2008, Ancona, Italy. 4. Antónia Völgyi, Andrea Zalán, Judit Béres, Yuet Meng Chang and Horolma Pamjav: Haplogroup distribution of Hungarian population and the largest minority group, ISFG 2007, Coopenhagen, Denmark. 5. Antónia Völgyi, Andrea Zalán, Zsolt Pádár, Petra Zenke, Judit Béres, Yuet Meng Chang and Horolma Pamjav: Haplogroup distribution of Hungarian population and the largest minority group, 18 th Symposium on Human Identification, 2007, Los Angeles, USA. 6. Zsolt Pádár, Balázs Egyed, Petra Zenke, Antónia Völgyi, Horolma Pamjav and László Zöldág: Application of degenerated primers in sequence analysis of the cytochrome b gene, 18 th Symposium on Human Identification, 2007, Los Angeles, USA. 7. Melinda Nagy, Andrea Zalán, Antónia Völgyi and Horolma Pamjav: Autosomal STR markers in the Romani population, 7 th Kongress in GFA, 2007, Freiburg, Germany. 8. A. Zalán A. Volgyi and H. Pamjav: Hungarian population data of eight X-linked markers in four linkage groups: DNA in Forensics, 2006, Innsbruck, Austria. 9. A. Volgyi, M. Nagy, A. Zalán and H. Pamjav: Searching for the origin of Romanies: distribution of haplogroups for Hungarian and Slovakian populations with Y-SNP and Y-STR analysis. DNA in Forensics, 2006 Innsbruck, Austria. 10. O. Peterman, A. Volgyi, L. Roewer and H. Pamjav: The detection of microdeletions in MSY region with STS and STR methods. 4 th International Y Chromosome User Workshop, Berlin 2004, Germany. 11. H. Pamjav, Zs. Pádár, J. Woller, S. Füredi, É. Susa and B. Balázs: Forensic DNA analysis of a foetal histological section and chromosome samples from chorionic villi (CV) in Down Syndrome, ISFG2003, Arcachon, 2003, France 12. Pamjav, H., Csete, K., Orosz, L., Kovács, G. and Varga, T Sequencing analyis of the biallelic DYS 19. pp.283. In: Abstracts of XVIII th congress International Academy of Legal Medicine. 6-9 September Szállas, E., Pukall, R., Pamjav, H., Kovács, G., Buzás, Z., Fodor, A. and Stackebrand, E Passengers who missed the train: comparative sequence analysis, PhastSystem PAGE RFLP and automated RiboPrint phenotypes of Photorhabdus strains. pp In: Developments in entomophatogenic nematode/bacterial research. 3/5
4 Proceedings of the workshops held at the National University of Ireland, Maynooth, 13 to 15 April Pamjav, H., Triga, D., Szállás E., Fodor, A., and Buzás, Zs Phylogenetic analysis of entomopathogenic nematode / bacterium symbiotic complexes by using PhastSystem PAGE PCR-RFLP of rdna spacer sequences. pp In: Abstracts of the 12 th International C. elegans Meeting, University of Wisconsin-Madison, June 2 - June 6, Fodor A., Vellai, T., Szállás, E., Völgyi, A., Kiss, Zs., Buzás, Zs. Pamjav, H., Triga, D., Ortutay, Cs., Oravecz, O., Böszörményi, E., Lucskai, A. és Sáringer, Gy Rovarpatogén fonalféreg / baktérium szimbiotikus komplexek genetikai és filogenetikai analízise. PO78 pp , In: Program összefoglalók, IV. Magyar Genetikai Kongresszus, Siófok, április Pamjav, H., Triga, D., Vellai, T., Szállás, E., Fodor A. és Buzás, Zs A PhastSystem PAGE módszer alkalmazása rovarpatogén nematoda/baktérium szimbiotikus komplexek filogenetikai és koevolúciós analízisére. PO72, pp , In: Program összefoglalók, IV. Magyar Genetikai Kongresszus, Siófok, április Triga, D., Pamjav, H., Vellai, T., Szállás, E., Fodor A. és Buzás, Zs PhastSystem PAGE RFLP analysis of Steinernema / Xenorhabdus complexes PO73 pp , In: Program összefoglalók, IV. Magyar Genetikai Kongresszus, Siófok, április Böszörményi, E., Lengyel, K., Pamjav, H., Szállás, E., Fodor, A Gnotobiological analysis of Heterorhabditis / Photorhabdus symbiotic complexes. pp. 14. In: Book of Abstracts 13 th International Congress of the Hungarian Society for Microbiology, August 29-September 1, 1999, Budapest, Hungary. 19. Furgani, G., Triga, D., Pamjav, H., Szállás, E., Fodor, A Gnotobiological analysis of Steinernema / Xenorhabdus symbiotic complexes. pp. 29. In: Book of Abstracts 13 th International Congress of the Hungarian Society for Microbiology, August 29-September 1, 1999, Budapest, Hungary 20. Pamjav, H., Triga, D., Szállás, E., Fodor, A., Buzás, Zs PhastSystem PAGE RFLP analysis: new molecular technique of identification and phylogenetic analysis of entomopathogenic nematode - symbiotic bacteria, Photorhabdus and Xenorhabdus. pp In: Book of Abstracts 13 th International Congress of the Hungarian Society for Microbiology, August 29-September 1, 1999, Budapest, Hungary. 4/5
5 21. Oravecz, O., Szállás, E, Fodor, A., Simoes, N., Pamjav, H., Buzás, Zs., Lucskai, A., Adams, B., and Gerritsen, L p In: COST ACTION 819 Programme and Abstracts of a Workshop held at Horticulture Research International, Wellesbourne, Warwick, UK, April 22-25, /5
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