Position: researcher

Location: room C417, 4th floor C wing.

Life Sciences Center, Sauletekio av. 7, LT-10257, Vilnius


Telephone: 8 52 234400

Areas of expertise

Lipid membrane models development

Surface plasmon resonance in biological applications



Ragaliauskas, T., Plečkaitytė, M., Jankunec, M., Labanauskas, L., Baranauskiene, L. and Valincius, G., 2019. Inerolysin and vaginolysin, the cytolysins implicated in vaginal dysbiosis, differently impair molecular integrity of phospholipid membranes. Scientific reports, 9(1), p.10606.



Ragaliauskas, T., Mickevicius, M., Rakovska, B., Penkauskas, T., Vanderah, D.J., Heinrich, F. and Valincius, G., 2017. Fast formation of low-defect-density tethered bilayers by fusion of multilamellar vesicles. Biochimica et Biophysica Acta (BBA)-Biomembranes, 1859(5), pp.669-678.



Rakovska, B., Ragaliauskas, T., Mickevicius, M., Jankunec, M., Niaura, G., Vanderah, D.J. and Valincius, G., 2015. Structure and function of the membrane anchoring self-assembled monolayers. Langmuir, 31(2), pp.846-857.



Ragaliauskas, T., Mickevicius, M., Budvytyte, R., Niaura, G., Carbonnier, B. and Valincius, G., 2014. Adsorption of β-amyloid oligomers on octadecanethiol monolayers. Journal of colloid and interface science, 425, pp.159-167.



Rusnė Puidokaitė (bachelor IV, biochemistry VU) - Dependence of vaginolysin activity on membrane composition

Aida Katkauskaitė (bachelor IV, biophysics VU) - Dependence of pneumolysin activity on membrane composition

Austėja Matutytė (bachelor III, microbiology VU) - Membrane of bacteria models development


Current scientific projects

Lithuanian Research Council, PI: dr. J. Razumienė (LSC, Institute of Biochemistry) – Platform of non-invasive methods to diagnose and prognose severe acute pancreatitis in early stage.

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