Torben Moos mainly investigates Transferrin, Transferrin receptor, Blood–brain barrier, Immunology and Cell biology. His research integrates issues of Transcytosis, Receptor, Endocytosis and Choroid plexus in his study of Transferrin. Torben Moos combines subjects such as Endothelial stem cell and Cerebrospinal fluid with his study of Transferrin receptor.
Central nervous system covers Torben Moos research in Blood–brain barrier. The various areas that he examines in his Immunology study include Liposome and Drug delivery. His research in Cell biology intersects with topics in Laminin, Astrocyte, Dementia, Ferritin and Iron deficiency.
His primary areas of investigation include Blood–brain barrier, Cell biology, Transferrin receptor, Transferrin and Internal medicine. He interconnects Molecular biology and In vitro, Biochemistry in the investigation of issues within Blood–brain barrier. His research integrates issues of Endocytosis, Capillary endothelial cells, Neuroscience and Ferroportin in his study of Cell biology.
His research in Transferrin receptor intersects with topics in Transcytosis, Immunology, Parenchyma and Iron deficiency. His Transferrin research integrates issues from Endothelium, DMT1, Ferritin and Choroid plexus. As part of one scientific family, Torben Moos deals mainly with the area of Choroid plexus, narrowing it down to issues related to the Pathology, and often Microglia.
His primary areas of study are Blood–brain barrier, Transferrin receptor, Cell biology, Transcytosis and In vitro. His research on Blood–brain barrier focuses in particular on Capillary endothelial cells. His work deals with themes such as Iron-deficiency anemia, Biophysics, Drug delivery, Antibody and Physiology, which intersect with Transferrin receptor.
His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Secretion, Perivascular space, Central nervous system and Ferroportin. His Transcytosis research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Transferrin and Drug delivery to the brain. His Transferrin research incorporates elements of Phage display, Pharmacology and Ectodomain.
His main research concerns Transferrin receptor, In vitro, Receptor, Transcytosis and Blood–brain barrier. His work carried out in the field of Transferrin receptor brings together such families of science as Biophysics, Drug delivery, Human brain and Physiology. His Biophysics research focuses on subjects like Ligand, which are linked to Liposome.
His Drug delivery research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Neuroscience, Central nervous system and Luminal membrane. The study of Receptor is intertwined with the study of Drug delivery to the brain in a number of ways. His Blood–brain barrier study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Vesicular transport protein, Signal transducing adaptor protein, Endosome and Cell biology.
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A comprehensive overview of exosomes as drug delivery vehicles — Endogenous nanocarriers for targeted cancer therapy
Kasper Bendix Johnsen;Johann Mar Gudbergsson;Martin Najbjerg Skov;Linda Pilgaard.
Biochimica et Biophysica Acta (2014)
Proteasomal Inhibition by α-Synuclein Filaments and Oligomers
Evo Lindersson;Rasmus Beedholm;Peter Højrup;Torben Moos.
Journal of Biological Chemistry (2004)
The absence of reactive astrocytosis is indicative of a unique inflammatory process in Parkinson's disease.
B. Mirza;H. Hadberg;P. Thomsen;T. Moos.
Iron trafficking inside the brain.
Torben Moos;Thomas Rosengren Nielsen;Tina Skjørringe;Evan H. Morgan.
Journal of Neurochemistry (2007)
Transferrin and Transferrin Receptor Function in Brain Barrier Systems
Torben Moos;Evan H. Morgan.
Cellular and Molecular Neurobiology (2000)
The metabolism of neuronal iron and its pathogenic role in neurological disease: review.
Torben Moos;Evan H. Morgan.
Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences (2004)
Strongly compromised inflammatory response to brain injury in interleukin‐6‐deficient mice
Milena Penkowa;Torben Moos;Javier Carrasco;Hanne Hadberg.
CNS Wound Healing Is Severely Depressed in Metallothionein I- and II-Deficient Mice
Milena Penkowa;Javier Carrasco;Mercedes Giralt;Torben Moos.
The Journal of Neuroscience (1999)
Targeting anti-transferrin receptor antibody (OX26) and OX26-conjugated liposomes to brain capillary endothelial cells using in situ perfusion.
Sara Gosk;Charlotte Vermehren;Gert Storm;Torben Moos.
Journal of Cerebral Blood Flow and Metabolism (2004)
Immunohistochemical localization of intraneuronal transferrin receptor immunoreactivity in the adult mouse central nervous system
The Journal of Comparative Neurology (1996)
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