Member of the European Molecular Biology Organization (EMBO)
Johanna Ivaska mostly deals with Cell biology, Integrin, Cell adhesion, Integrin, beta 6 and Collagen receptor. Johanna Ivaska integrates Cell biology and Vimentin in her research. She has included themes like Molecular biology, Extracellular matrix, Endocytosis and Cell adhesion molecule in her Integrin study.
Her Cell adhesion research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Cell migration, Transfection and Cytokinesis. Her research in Cell migration intersects with topics in Cancer cell, Filopodia and Pseudopodia. Her Collagen receptor research focuses on subjects like Collagen, type I, alpha 1, which are linked to Chinese hamster ovary cell, Type I collagen, Fibril and Fibrillogenesis.
Her scientific interests lie mostly in Cell biology, Integrin, Cell adhesion, Focal adhesion and Extracellular matrix. Her Cell biology research includes elements of Cancer cell and Cell. Her work carried out in the field of Integrin brings together such families of science as Fibronectin and Cell migration.
The various areas that Johanna Ivaska examines in her Cell adhesion study include GTPase, Cell adhesion molecule and Cytokinesis. She focuses mostly in the field of Focal adhesion, narrowing it down to topics relating to Rab and, in certain cases, Intracellular and Gene silencing. In her study, Integrin binding is inextricably linked to Type I collagen, which falls within the broad field of Extracellular matrix.
Her primary areas of study are Cell biology, Integrin, Extracellular matrix, Focal adhesion and Cell adhesion. Her Cell biology research integrates issues from Receptor and Cell. Her Integrin research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Endocytic cycle, Cell migration, Activator and Epidermal growth factor receptor.
Her work deals with themes such as Tumor microenvironment, Cell function, Binding properties and Function, which intersect with Cell migration. Johanna Ivaska combines subjects such as Mechanotransduction and Adult stem cell with her study of Extracellular matrix. Her Focal adhesion study incorporates themes from Amino acid, Fibronectin and Biophysics.
Johanna Ivaska spends much of her time researching Cell biology, Integrin, Cell adhesion, Extracellular matrix and Focal adhesion. Her Cell biology research incorporates elements of Cancer cell and Gene silencing. Her studies in Integrin integrate themes in fields like Type I collagen, Fibronectin and Mammary gland.
As part of her studies on Cell adhesion, she often connects relevant areas like Cell migration. Her Extracellular matrix study incorporates themes from Cell, Cytoskeleton, Integrin binding, Mechanotransduction and Cell adhesion molecule. She has included themes like Induced pluripotent stem cell and Actin in her Focal adhesion study.
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Novel functions of vimentin in cell adhesion, migration, and signaling.
Johanna Ivaska;Hanna-Mari Pallari;Jonna Nevo;John E. Eriksson.
Experimental Cell Research (2007)
Every step of the way: integrins in cancer progression and metastasis.
Hellyeh Hamidi;Johanna Ivaska;Johanna Ivaska.
Nature Reviews Cancer (2018)
Vimentin regulates EMT induction by Slug and oncogenic H-Ras and migration by governing Axl expression in breast cancer
Karoliina Vuoriluoto;H. Haugen;S. Kiviluoto;John Mpindi.
CIP2A Inhibits PP2A in Human Malignancies
Melissa R. Junttila;Pietri Puustinen;Minna Niemelä;Minna Niemelä;Raija Ahola.
Integrins as biomechanical sensors of the microenvironment.
Jenny Z Kechagia;Johanna Ivaska;Pere Roca-Cusachs.
Nature Reviews Molecular Cell Biology (2019)
Filopodia in cell adhesion, 3D migration and cancer cell invasion.
Guillaume Jacquemet;Hellyeh Hamidi;Johanna Ivaska.
Current Opinion in Cell Biology (2015)
Integrin-mediated cell adhesion to type I collagen fibrils.
Johanna Jokinen;Elina Dadu;Petri Nykvist;Jarmo Käpylä.
Journal of Biological Chemistry (2004)
Small GTPase Rab21 regulates cell adhesion and controls endosomal traffic of β1-integrins
Teijo Pellinen;Antti Arjonen;Antti Arjonen;Karoliina Vuoriluoto;Karoliina Vuoriluoto;Katja Kallio;Katja Kallio.
Journal of Cell Biology (2006)
Integrin traffic – the update
Nicola De Franceschi;Hellyeh Hamidi;Jonna Alanko;Pranshu Sahgal.
Journal of Cell Science (2015)
PKCε‐mediated phosphorylation of vimentin controls integrin recycling and motility
Johanna Ivaska;Karoliina Vuoriluoto;Tuomas Huovinen;Ichiro Izawa.
The EMBO Journal (2005)
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