Amy P.N. Skubitz spends much of her time researching Laminin, Cell adhesion, Cell biology, Integrin and Pathology. Extracellular matrix and Biochemistry are the two main areas of interest in her Laminin studies. In her work, Peptide is strongly intertwined with Peptide sequence, which is a subfield of Cell adhesion.
Her Integrin research incorporates themes from Molecular biology and Cell adhesion molecule. Amy P.N. Skubitz combines subjects such as Ovarian carcinoma and Ovarian cancer with her study of Pathology. Her study looks at the relationship between Ovarian cancer and fields such as Ovary, as well as how they intersect with chemical problems.
Her primary areas of study are Ovarian cancer, Pathology, Cell adhesion, Cancer research and Laminin. Her research integrates issues of Biomarker and Oncology in her study of Ovarian cancer. Her Pathology study combines topics in areas such as Ovarian carcinoma and Gene expression, Gene.
Her work deals with themes such as Fibronectin and Cell adhesion molecule, Cell biology, which intersect with Cell adhesion. Amy P.N. Skubitz has researched Laminin in several fields, including Molecular biology, Integrin and Basement membrane. Her study in Molecular biology is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Monoclonal antibody and Peptide.
Her primary areas of investigation include Ovarian cancer, Cancer research, Oncology, Internal medicine and Pathology. Her Ovarian cancer research integrates issues from Biomarker, Immunology and Immunotherapy. Her biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Cell culture, Cell, Cytokine, Ovarian carcinoma and Cell adhesion molecule.
Her studies in Cell adhesion molecule integrate themes in fields like Cell aggregation, Cell adhesion and Transfection. Amy P.N. Skubitz regularly links together related areas like Cell biology in her Cell adhesion studies. The Aggressive fibromatosis research Amy P.N. Skubitz does as part of her general Pathology study is frequently linked to other disciplines of science, such as Genetic heterogeneity and Pap test, therefore creating a link between diverse domains of science.
Her main research concerns Ovarian cancer, Cancer research, Pathology, Cytokine and Immunotherapy. The concepts of her Ovarian cancer study are interwoven with issues in Cell aggregation, Cell adhesion, Transfection and Interleukin 15. Her Cancer research research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Epithelial–mesenchymal transition, Nectin, Cell growth, Ovarian carcinoma and Cell adhesion molecule.
Her research in Cell adhesion molecule intersects with topics in Lysophosphatidic acid, Receptor, Ectodomain and Signal transduction. Her Pathology study frequently links to adjacent areas such as Biomarker discovery. Her studies deal with areas such as Flow cytometry, Cell culture and IL-2 receptor as well as Cytokine.
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Laminin mediates tissue-specific gene expression in mammary epithelia
Charles H. Streuli;Christian Schmidhauser;Nina Bailey;Peter Yurchenco.
Journal of Cell Biology (1995)
Quantitative comparison of immunohistochemical staining measured by digital image analysis versus pathologist visual scoring.
Anthony E Rizzardi;Arthur T Johnson;Rachel Isaksson Vogel;Stefan E Pambuccian.
Diagnostic Pathology (2012)
Differential Gene Expression in Ovarian Carcinoma : Identification of Potential Biomarkers
Kathleen Hibbs;Keith M. Skubitz;Stefan E. Pambuccian;Rachael C. Casey.
American Journal of Pathology (2004)
Ovarian carcinoma ascites spheroids adhere to extracellular matrix components and mesothelial cell monolayers
Kathryn M Burleson;Rachael C Casey;Keith M Skubitz;Stephan E Pambuccian.
Gynecologic Oncology (2004)
CD44 and β1 Integrin Mediate Ovarian Carcinoma Cell Adhesion to Peritoneal Mesothelial Cells
Khashayar Lessan;Dean J. Aguiar;Theodore Oegema;Lisa Siebenson.
American Journal of Pathology (1999)
β1-Integrins Regulate the Formation and Adhesion of Ovarian Carcinoma Multicellular Spheroids
Rachael C. Casey;Kathryn M. Burleson;Keith M. Skubitz;Stefan E. Pambuccian.
American Journal of Pathology (2001)
A novel synthetic peptide from the B1 chain of laminin with heparin-binding and cell adhesion-promoting activities.
Aristidis S. Charonis;Amy P. N. Skubitz;George G. Koliakos;Lorrel A. Reger.
Journal of Cell Biology (1988)
CD66a, CD66b, CD66c, and CD66d each Independently stimulate neutrophils
Keith M. Skubitz;Kenneth D. Campbell;Amy P. N. Skubitz.
Journal of Leukocyte Biology (1996)
Standard Preanalytical Coding for Biospecimens: Defining the Sample PREanalytical Code
Fotini Betsou;Sylvain Lehmann;Garry Ashton;Michael Barnes.
Cancer Epidemiology, Biomarkers & Prevention (2010)
A synthetic peptide derived from the carboxy terminus of the laminin A chain represents a binding site for the alpha 3 beta 1 integrin.
K. R. Gehlsen;P. Sriramarao;L. T. Furcht;A. P. N. Skubitz.
Journal of Cell Biology (1992)
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