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Éva Klement PhD

Bioanalytical scientist


2020- Bioanalytical Scientist, Single Cell Omics Advanced Core Facility, BRC-HCEMM

1999-2020 Staff Scientist, Biological Research Centre, Eötvös Loránd Research Network



Ph.D. (2010) Faculty of Medicine, University of Szeged, Szeged, Hungary

M.Sc. (1999) in Chemistry, Faculty of Science, University of Szeged, Szeged, Hungary



number of publications: 43

number of independent citations (MTMT): 673

Hirsch-index (MTMT): 19



2013 – János Bolyai Researh Scholarship



2019 – Secretary of the Proteomics Division of the Hungarian Biochemical Society

2019 – European Proteomics Association

2011 – Hungarian Society for Separation Sciences

2003 – Hungarian Biochemical Society

2003 – Federation of European Biochemical Societies



10. “Potent Chimeric Antimicrobial Derivatives of the Medicago truncatula NCR247 Symbiotic Peptide,”

Jenei, H. Tiricz, J. Szolomajer, E. Timar, E. Klement, B. M. A. Al, R. M. Lima, D. Kata, M. Harmati, K. Buzas, I. Foldesi, G. K. Toth, G. Endre, and E. Kondorosi,  FRONTIERS IN MICROBIOLOGY, vol. 11, 2020.


9. “Differential phosphorylation of the N-terminal extension regulates phytochrome B signaling,”

Viczian, E. Adam, A.-M. Staudt, D. Lambert, E. Klement, M. S. Romero, A. Hiltbrunner, J. Casal, E. Schaefer, F. Nagy, and C. Klose,  NEW PHYTOLOGIST, vol. 225, no. 4, pp. 1635–1650, 2020.


8. “The mitogen-activated protein kinase 4-phosphorylated heat shock factor A4A regulates responses to combined salt and heat stresses,”

Andrási, G. Rigó, L. Zsigmond, I. Pérez-Salamó, C. Papdi, E. Klement, A. Pettkó-Szandtner, A. I. Baba, F. Ayaydin, R. Dasari, Á. Cséplő, and L. Szabados,  JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL BOTANY, vol. 70, no. 18, pp. 4903–4917, 2019.


7. “CRK5 Protein Kinase Contributes to the Progression of Embryogenesis of Arabidopsis thaliana.,”

I. Baba, I. Valkai, N. M. Labhane, L. Koczka, N. Andrási, É. Klement, Z. Darula, K. F. Medzihradszky, L. Szabados, A. Fehér, G. Rigó, and Á. Cséplő,  INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF MOLECULAR SCIENCES, vol. 20, no. 24, 2019.


6. “Detection of Phytochrome Phosphorylation in Plants.,” 

Klement, P. Gyula, and A. Viczián, in Phytochromes, 2019, pp. 41–67.


5. “Hsp70-associated chaperones have a critical role in buffering protein production costs.,”

Farkas, D. Kalapis, Z. Bodi, B. Szamecz, A. Daraba, K. Almasi, K. Kovacs, G. Boross, F. Pal, P. Horvath, T. Balassa, C. Molnar, A. Pettko-Szandtner, E. Klement, E. Rutkai, A. Szvetnik, B. Papp, and C. Pal,  ELIFE, vol. 7, 2018.


4. “Extracellular Protein Phosphorylation, the Neglected Side of the Modification.,”

Klement and K. Medzihradszky,  MOLECULAR & CELLULAR PROTEOMICS, vol. 16, no. 1, pp. 1–7, 2017.


3. “Biological Significance and Analysis of Tyrosine Sulfation,”

Klement, E. Hunyadi-Gulyas, and K. Medzihradszky,  in Analysis of Protein Post-Translational Modifications by Mass Spectrometry, 2016, pp. 333–349.


2. “Immobilized metal affinity chromatography optimized for the analysis of extracellular phosphorylation,”

Klement, T. Raffai, and K. Medzihradszky,  PROTEOMICS, vol. 16, no. 13, pp. 1858–1862, 2016.


1. “Identification of nodule-specific cysteine-rich plant peptides in endosymbiotic bacteria,”

Durgo, E. Klement, E. Hunyadi-Gulyas, A. Szucs, A. Kereszt, K. Medzihradszky, and E. Kondorosi,  PROTEOMICS, vol. 15, no. 13, pp. 2291–2295, 2015.


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