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Welcome to the official site of the Czech Society for Extracellular Vesicles!


Extracellular vesicles (EV) are tiny, membrane-enclosed structures actively secreted by cells across diverse biological contexts to transfer proteins, lipids, and genetic material between cells. They come in types like exosomes and ectosomes, playing a vital role in communication within the body. EV have gained considerable attention in various fields of research, including cell biology, cancer research, immunology, and regenerative medicine, due to their role in cell communication, disease progression, and therapeutic potential. Researchers are exploring their use as biomarkers for various diseases and as potential delivery vehicles for therapeutic molecules. Want to learn more?

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CzeSEV, a community of researchers dedicated to the study of exosomes, ectosomes and other cell-derived vesicles from both eukaryotic and prokaryotic sources, achieved official society status in March 2024.

If you're interested in joining CzeSEV, we welcome you to complete the application and submit it to For additional details regarding CzeSEV and membership opportunities, please visit Membership section on our website.

Fueled by Enthusiasm:

CzeSEV is so far a very small organization and lives only through the enthusiasm and activity of its few members.


Joint Annual Meeting of ASEV and CzeSEV 2024

We encourage group leaders/principal investigators to give an overview of their scientific goals and technologies. Please note the specific option in the abstract submission form! Please visit "Annual meeting" section on ASEV website for more information.


Connect & Collaborate

CzeSEV unites senior researchers, early-career scientists, students, and industry professionals throughout the Czech Republic. Our goal is to facilitate connections, foster collaboration, and build bridges within the EV research community.

Knowledge Exchange

We provide a robust platform for sharing experiences and knowledge related to extracellular vesicles. Our community thrives on the exchange of ideas, experiences, and discoveries.

International Society for Extracellular Vesicles Partners

As proud members of ISEV, we are contributing to the ISEV mission of advancing EV research for better understanding of EV biology and their use in clinics. We advocate for EVs by endorsing the EV topic during our lectures as well as by promoting the ISEV standards for EV research.


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