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Ino Čurik & Vladimir Brajković
Archeogenetics: science that mend the past and genetics
Ino Čurik is a full professor at the Faculty of Agriculture, University of Zagreb, where he teaches the basis of animal breeding, conservation genetics and population genetics. The best scientific results have been achieved in the research of inheritance of melanoma, vitiligo and hair colour in horses and of inbreeding and negative consequences of inbreeding. The aforementioned research has been published in acknowledged scientific journals (Nature Genetics, PLoS Genetics, Heredity, Genetics Selection Evolution, etc.).
He is the winner of the State Awards for Science in Biotechnical Sciences (2013). He is currently dealing with issues related to archeogenetics of ruminants.
Vladimir Brajković is an Assistant (PhD) at the Faculty of Agriculture, University of
Zagreb where he contribute in the project Utilization of the whole mitogenome in
cattle breeding and conservation genetics (MitoTAUROmics, HRZZ: IP-11-2013-9070) and Smart Integration of Genetics with Sciences of the Past in Croatia: Minding and Mending the Gap (MindTheGap, H2020-Twinn-2015: 692249).
He specialised molecular analyses of animal mitogens using NGS techniques, mitogenome analysis on cattle production characteristics as well as animal arheogenetics (ruminants and lagomorphs).