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Natalia Mazur-Panasiuk

Natalia Mazur-Panasiuk, Ph.D.

Laboratory of Virology MCB
E-mail: Natalia.Mazur-Panasiuk [AT]

Research interests

  • Environmental surveillance of SARS-CoV-2

Education & Experience
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    • 2017-2020: Construction of a recombinant strain of African swine fever (ASFV) using the CRISPR/Cas9 technique and examination of its biological features in vitro and in the pig model. NCN Sonata.
    • 2016-2020 – Ph.D. studies within the framework of a project Integrated Doctoral School coordinated by National Scientific Leading Centre (KNOW) at the National Reference Laboratory of African Swine Fever, Department of Swine Diseases, National Veterinary Research Institute in Puławy, Poland. (Ph.D. in Veterinary Sciences, thesis title: Influence of environmental factors on African swine fever virus survivability and analysis of its genome)
    • 2014-2016 – MSc studies at the faculty Biology and Biotechnology, Maria Curie-Skłodowska University in Lublin, Poland.
    • 2011-2014 – BSc studies at the Faculty of Biology and Biotechnology, Maria Curie-Skłodowska University in Lublin, Poland.

    1. Mazur-Panasiuk N., Walczak M., Juszkiewicz M., Woźniakowski G., The Spillover of African Swine Fever in Western Poland Revealed Its Estimated Origin on the Basis of O174L, K145R, MGF 505-5R and IGR I73R/I329L Genomic Sequences, Viruses 2020, 12(10), 1094.
    2. Woźniakowski G., Mazur-Panasiuk N., Walczak M., Juszkiewicz M., Frant M., Niemczuk K., Attempts at the development of a recombinant African swine fever virus strain with abrogated EP402R, 9GL, and A238L gene structure using the CRISPR/Cas9 system, Journal of Veterinary Research 2020, 64(2): 197-205
    3. Walczak M., Żmudzki J., Mazur-Panasiuk N., Juszkiewicz M., Woźniakowski G., Analysis of the Clinical Course of Experimental Infection with Highly Pathogenic African Swine Fever Strain, Isolated from an Outbreak in Poland. Aspects Related to the Disease Suspicion at the Farm Level, Pathogens 2020, 9(3), 237
    4. Walczak M., Frant M., Juszkiewicz M., Mazur-Panasiuk N., Szymankiewicz K., Bruczyńska M., Woźniakowski G., Vertical transmission of anti-ASFV antibodies as one of potential causes of seropositive results among young wild boar population in Poland. Polish Journal of Veterinary Sciences 2020, 23(1):21-25
    5. Mazur-Panasiuk N, Woźniakowski G. Natural inactivation of African swine fever virus in tissues: influence of temperature and environmental conditions on virus survival. Veterinary Microbiology 2020, 242:108609.
    6. Juszkiewicz M., Walczak M., Mazur-Panasiuk N., Woźniakowski G., The virucidal effect of chosen disinfectants against ASFV – preliminary studies. Polish Journal of Veterinary Sciences 2019, 22(4):777-780.
    7. Mazur-Panasiuk, N., Żmudzki J., Woźniakowski G., African swine fever virus – persistence in different environmental conditions and the possibility of its indirect transmission. Journal of Veterinary Research 2019, 63, 303-310.
    8. Mazur-Panasiuk, N., Woźniakowski, G., The unique genetic variation within the O174L gene of Polish strains of African swine fever virus facilitates tracking virus origin. Archives of Virology 2019, 164, 1667–1672.
    9. Mazur-Panasiuk, N., Woźniakowski, G., Niemczuk, K., The first complete genomic sequences of African swine fever virus isolated in Poland. Scientific Reports 2019, 9, 4556.
    10. Pejsak, Z., Niemczuk, K., Frant, M., Mazur, N., Pomorska-Mól, M., Ziętek-Barszcz, A., Bocian, Ł., Łyjak, M., Borowska, D., Woźniakowski, G., Four years of African swine fever in Poland. New insights into epidemiology and prognosis of future disease spread. Polish Journal of Veterinary Sciences 2018, 21, 835–841.
    11. Woźniakowski G., Frączyk, M., Mazur, N., Comparison of loop-mediated isothermal amplification (LAMP) and cross-priming amplification (CPA) for detection of African swine fever virus. Polish Journal of Veterinary Sciences 2018, 21, 827–830.