Ninoslav Mitic

Ninoslav received his Ph.D in Biology at the University of Belgrade. He is currently working as a research associate at the Institute for the Application of Nuclear Energy (INEP) in Serbia. His previous research was focused on bioinformatic and glycobiochemical analysis of the human CA125 antigen modular organization. Currently, he is endlessly focused on the characterization of mucin molecules found on or associated with microvesicles (exosomes), as well as on their potential role as ligands in protein-protein and protein-carbohydrate interactions with endogenous receptors of the immune system.

Articles by Ninoslav Mitic:

A Beginner’s Guide to Exosome Isolation

For all of you who have never heard of exosomes: You are missing out on a whole new paradigm in cell-to-cell communication. Exosomes are tiny extracellular vesicles that arise from fusion of the plasma membrane with specific endosomal compartments called multivesicular bodies. Most cells types make exosomes, and release them in order to communicate with…

14 Dec 2017 Cells and Model Organisms