Bìol. Tvarin. 2020; 22 (3): 32–34.

Historical development path of the Laboratory of biochemistry of adaptation and ontogenesis of animals

R. Ya. Iskra, N. O. Salyha, H. V. Klymets

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Institute of Animal Biology NAAS,
38 V. Stus, str., Lviv, 79034, Ukraine

The article presents a historical development path of the Laboratory of biochemistry of adaptation and ontogenesis of animals which began with the founding of the Ukrainian Research Institute of Physiology and Biochemistry of Farm Animals in 1960. At the beginning of its existence laboratory was called “The laboratory of higher nervous activity” and was headed by associate professor Dr. I. A. Medyanyk. Since 1962 it was called “The laboratory of neurohumoral regulation” and was headed by Dr. of science, Professor E. M. Berkovych. Since 1963 the laboratory was headed by Dr. of science, Professor Z. P. Skorodynsky. Since 1972 the laboratory was headed by Dr. M. D Hanin, since 1980 — Professor V. M. Holovach, since 1988 — academician of NAAS, Professor V. V. Snitynsky. In 1994 the laboratory was renamed into the laboratory of endocrine regulation. Since 2011 until now the laboratory is called “The laboratory of biochemistry of adaptation and ontogenesis of animals”. From 2011 to 2013 duties of the laboratory head were performed by Dr. O. M. Buchko. From 2013 until now the head of the laboratory is Dr. of science, senior researcher R. Ya. Iskra.

Key words: the laboratory of higher nervous activity, the laboratory of neurohumoral regulation, the laboratory of endocrine regulation, the laboratory of pig nutrition, the laboratory of biochemistry of adaptation and ontogenesis of animals

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