Hans Janssen spends much of his time researching Cell biology, Molecular biology, Endosome, Biochemistry and Immunoelectron microscopy. His Cell biology research is mostly focused on the topic Dynein. His Molecular biology research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Transforming growth factor, Western blot, Intracellular and Monocyte.
Hans Janssen has researched Endosome in several fields, including Vesicle, Vesicular transport protein, Rab, Microtubule and Autophagosome. His research in Biochemistry tackles topics such as Immunoglobulin light chain which are related to areas like Epitope, Monoclonal antibody, Glycan and Platelet. His Immunoelectron microscopy research includes themes of Hemidesmosome, Inflammation, Cytokine and Granulocyte.
His primary areas of study are Cell biology, Moisture, Composite material, Porosity and Geotechnical engineering. His research integrates issues of Integrin, MHC class I and MHC class II in his study of Cell biology. His Moisture study incorporates themes from Porous medium and Relative humidity.
His research links Water content with Composite material. His work in Geotechnical engineering addresses issues such as Mortar, which are connected to fields such as Masonry. His work deals with themes such as Autoclaved aerated concrete and Brick, which intersect with Ceramic.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Porosity, Composite material, Moisture, Water content and Capillary action. Hans Janssen works on Porosity which deals in particular with Porous medium. He performs multidisciplinary study in Moisture and Boundary value problem in his work.
His study on Water content is covered under Geotechnical engineering. Hans Janssen combines subjects such as Absorption, Work, Attenuation coefficient and Absorption of water with his study of Capillary action. His study explores the link between Ceramic and topics such as Brick that cross with problems in Material properties.
Hans Janssen mainly focuses on Moisture, Porosity, Composite material, Cell biology and Water content. His Moisture study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Semipermeable membrane, Autoclaved aerated concrete, Lime mortar and Membrane method. Thermal diffusivity and Brick is closely connected to Ceramic in his research, which is encompassed under the umbrella topic of Porosity.
He has included themes like Platelet, Chemotaxis and Immune system in his Cell biology study. His Water content research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Frost, Relative humidity and Masonry. The Endosome study combines topics in areas such as Compartmentalization, Antigen, Endocytosis, Late endosome and Effector.
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The Rab7 effector protein RILP controls lysosomal transport by inducing the recruitment of dynein-dynactin motors
Ingrid Jordens;Mar Fernandez-Borja;Marije Marsman;Simone Dusseljee.
Current Biology (2001)
Drug export activity of the human canalicular multispecific organic anion transporter in polarized kidney MDCK cells expressing cMOAT (MRP2) cDNA.
R. Evers;M. Kool;L. Van Deemter;H. Janssen.
Journal of Clinical Investigation (1998)
Gene essentiality and synthetic lethality in haploid human cells
Vincent A. Blomen;Peter Májek;Lucas T. Jae;Johannes W. Bigenzahn.
Single-Cell Dynamics of Genome-Nuclear Lamina Interactions
Jop Kind;Ludo Pagie;Havva Ortabozkoyun;Shelagh Boyle.
Cholesterol sensor ORP1L contacts the ER protein VAP to control Rab7-RILP-p150 Glued and late endosome positioning
Nuno Rocha;Coenraad Kuijl;Rik van der Kant;Lennert Janssen.
Journal of Cell Biology (2009)
Nesprin-3, a novel outer nuclear membrane protein, associates with the cytoskeletal linker protein plectin
Kevin Wilhelmsen;Sandy H.M. Litjens;Ingrid Kuikman;Ntambua Tshimbalanga.
Journal of Cell Biology (2005)
Recycling MHC class I molecules and endosomal peptide loading
Monique Grommé;Fons G. C. M. Uytdehaag;Hans Janssen;Jero Calafat.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (1999)
Peptide diffusion, protection, and degradation in nuclear and cytoplasmic compartments before antigen presentation by MHC class I.
Eric Reits;Alexander Griekspoor;Joost Neijssen;Tom Groothuis.
Gap junction protein connexin-43 interacts directly with microtubules
Ben N.G. Giepmans;Ingrid Verlaan;Trudi Hengeveld;Hans Janssen.
Current Biology (2001)
The Tetraspan Molecule Cd151, a Novel Constituent of Hemidesmosomes, Associates with the Integrin α6β4 and May Regulate the Spatial Organization of Hemidesmosomes
Lotus M.Th. Sterk;Cecile A.W. Geuijen;Lauran C.J.M. Oomen;Jero Calafat.
Journal of Cell Biology (2000)
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