Jacco van Rheenen focuses on Cell biology, Immunology, Actin, Cofilin and Cancer cell. His research in Cell biology is mostly focused on Stem cell. His Stem cell study also includes
Jacco van Rheenen has researched Immunology in several fields, including Mammary carcinoma, Mammary tumor, Intravital Imaging and Tumor cells. His Actin research incorporates elements of Podosome, Invadopodium, Invadopodia, Invadopodium assembly and Cortactin. Jacco van Rheenen has included themes like Angiogenesis, Neovascularization, Carcinoma and Oncology in his Cancer cell study.
Cell biology, Cancer research, Intravital microscopy, Pathology and Metastasis are his primary areas of study. Many of his studies on Cell biology apply to Cofilin as well. His Cancer research research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Colorectal cancer, Mesenchymal stem cell, Motility and Organoid.
His Intravital microscopy study also includes
Tumor progression which intersects with area such as Biopsy,
Anatomy, which have a strong connection to Extracellular matrix. His study on Pathology also encompasses disciplines like
Intravital Imaging which connect with Mammary tumor, Preclinical imaging and Immunology,
Tumor microenvironment and Neovascularization most often made with reference to Intravasation. His Metastasis research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Cancer cell, Angiogenesis and Tumor cells.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Cell biology, Cancer research, Chemistry, Stem cell and Intravital microscopy. He mostly deals with Progenitor cell in his studies of Cell biology. His studies deal with areas such as Intravital Imaging, Cancer cell, Cellular dynamics, Metastasis and Mesenchymal stem cell as well as Cancer research.
His Metastasis study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Cancer stem cell, Neuroscience and Tumor cells. His work on LGR5 as part of general Stem cell research is frequently linked to Niche, thereby connecting diverse disciplines of science. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Morphogenesis and Mammary gland.
His main research concerns Cell biology, Cancer research, Chemistry, Glioblastoma and Preclinical imaging. His Cell biology research integrates issues from CRISPR, Dendritic cell, Intravital microscopy, Bone marrow and Antigen presentation. The concepts of his CRISPR study are interwoven with issues in RNA, Non-coding RNA, Biogenesis and Endocytosis.
His work carried out in the field of Cancer research brings together such families of science as Cancer cell, Cancer stem cell, Metastasis, Cell of origin and Colorectal cancer. He integrates several fields in his works, including Chemistry, Bystander effect, T cell, CD8, Immune system and Cytotoxic T cell. His Glioblastoma study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Intravital Imaging, Cellular dynamics, Glioma, Brain tumor and Tumor Cell Invasion.
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Intestinal crypt homeostasis results from neutral competition between symmetrically dividing Lgr5 stem cells
Hugo J. Snippert;Laurens G. van der Flier;Toshiro Sato;Johan H. van Es.
Collagen-based cell migration models in vitro and in vivo
Katarina Wolf;Stephanie Alexander;Vivien Schacht;Lisa M. Coussens.
Seminars in Cell & Developmental Biology (2009)
In Vivo Imaging Reveals Extracellular Vesicle-Mediated Phenocopying of Metastatic Behavior
Anoek Zomer;Carrie Maynard;Frederik Johannes Verweij;Alwin Kamermans.
Intestinal crypt homeostasis revealed at single stem cell level by in vivo live-imaging
Laila Ritsma;Saskia I J Ellenbroek;Anoek Zomer;Hugo J Snippert.
Intravital imaging of metastatic behavior through a Mammary Imaging Window
Dmitriy Kedrin;Bojana Gligorijevic;Jeffrey Wyckoff;Vladislav V Verkhusha.
Nature Methods (2008)
Cortactin regulates cofilin and N-WASp activities to control the stages of invadopodium assembly and maturation
Matthew Oser;Hideki Yamaguchi;Hideki Yamaguchi;Christopher C. Mader;J.J. Bravo-Cordero.
Journal of Cell Biology (2009)
Vessel co-option mediates resistance to anti-angiogenic therapy in liver metastases
Sophia Frentzas;Sophia Frentzas;Eve Simoneau;Victoria L. Bridgeman;Peter B. Vermeulen.
Nature Medicine (2016)
Plasticity between Epithelial and Mesenchymal States Unlinks EMT from Metastasis-Enhancing Stem Cell Capacity
Evelyne Beerling;Daniëlle Seinstra;Elzo de Wit;Elzo de Wit;Lennart Kester.
Cell Reports (2016)
EGF-induced PIP2 hydrolysis releases and activates cofilin locally in carcinoma cells
Jacco Van Rheenen;Xiaoyan Song;Wies Van Roosmalen;Michael Cammer.
Journal of Cell Biology (2007)
Tissue-resident memory CD8+ T cells continuously patrol skin epithelia to quickly recognize local antigen
Silvia Ariotti;Joost B. Beltman;Grzegorz Chodaczek;Mirjam E. Hoekstra.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (2012)
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