Nadezhda Yurina
  • laboratory of Bioenergetics, A.N. Bach Institute of Biochemistry RAS, Russia
Research fields
  • Plant science
Personal information


M.D., graduate in Plant Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, Department of Biology, M.V. Lomonosov State University, 1968

Current Position

Professor, Doctor of Biological Sciences, Leader Scientist, A.N. Bach Institute of Biochemistry, Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow

Publications (selected from 186 articles)

  1. Chankova, S., Mitrovska, Z., Miteva, D., Oleskina, Y. P. and Yurina, N. P. (2012). Heat shock protein HSP70B as a marker for genotype resistance to environmental stress in Chlorella species from contrasting habitats. Gene 516(1):184-9.
  2. Yurina, N. P. and Odintsova, M. Plant Organelles-to-Nucleus Retrograde Signaling In: Abiotic Stress Response in Plants-Physiological, Biochemical and Genetic Perspectives (2011). Edited by Arun Shanker, Co-editor: B. Venkateswarlu. Ch. 3. Р.55-74, ISBN 978-953-307-672-0.
  3. Chankova, S. G., Yurina, N. P., Dimova, E. G., Ermohina, O. V., Oleskina, Y. P., Dimitrova, M. T. and Bryant, P. E. (2009). Pretreatment with heat does not affect double-strand breaks DNA rejoining in Chlamydomonas reinhardtii. Journal of Thermal Biology 34(7): 332-336.
  4. Yurina, N. P. and Kloppstech, K. (2001). Accumulation of plastid protein precursors under norflurazon-induced carotenoid deficiency and oxidative stress in barley. Plant Physiology and Biochemistry 39(9): 807-814.
  5. Gavin, I. M., Melnik, S. M., Yurina, N. P., Khabarova, M. I. and Bavykin, S. G. (1998). Zero-Length Protein–Nucleic Acid Crosslinking by Radical-Generating Coordination Complexes as a Probe for Analysis of Protein–DNA Interactions in Vitro and in Vivo. Analytical biochemistry 263(1): 26-30.
  6. Yurina, N. P., Karakashev, G. V., Karapetyan, N. V. and Odintsova, M. S. (1991). Composition and biosynthesis of thylakoid membrane polypeptides in the red alga Cyanidium caldarium: Comparison with the thylakoid polypeptide composition of higher plants and cyanobacteria. Photosynthesis research 30(1): 15-23.
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