Bela S. Denes
Hungarian Academy of Sciences
Board-certified urologist Bela Denes trained at Washington University in St. Louis, Missouri. With 25 years of clinical and academic experience Bela now leads the Genomic Health Medical Affairs team as the Senior Director of Urology. In an interview on this site he discusses the Oncotype DX Prostate Cancer Assay, one of the new tests using advanced genomic methods. This test examines the activity level of 17 genes from a biopsy sample and computes a score from 0 to 100, distinguishing aggressive prostate cancer from less threatening prostate cancer. The test results provide useful information for men considering or already following an active surveillance regimen, and for other patients as well.
Identification of the infectious agent using immunological or molecular technologies. Research field in which current research is conducted Veterinary sciences,biology
Olasz F, Denes B, Balint A, Magyar T, Belak S, Zadori Z. Immunological and biochemical characterization of 7ap, a short protein translated from an alternative frame of ORF7 of PRRSV. Acta Vet Hung. 2016;64:273–87
Juhász A, Dán Á, Dénes B, Kucsera I, Danka J, Majoros G (2016)A rare zoonosis in Hungary: cercarial dermatitis caused by Schistosoma turkestanicum blood-fluke Orv Hetil. 2016 Oct;157(40):1579-1586.
Posautz Annika, Gyuranecz Miklós, Dénes Béla, Knauer Felix, Dier Helmut, and Walzer Christian. Vector-Borne and Zoonotic Diseases. December 2017