Dr. A. Egorova

Dr. A. Egorova

Dr. A. (Anastiasia) Egorova is cardioloog in opleiding. 

Top-cited publications

74 times cited (±11/year) Source: Scopus

Circulation research, Volume 108, Issue 9, 10 March 2011, Pages 1093-1101 Lack of primary cilia primes shear-induced endothelial-to-mesenchymal transition. Egorova AD, Khedoe PP, Goumans MJ, Yoder BK, Nauli SM, ten Dijke P, Poelmann RE, Hierck BP. Abstract


36 times cited (±6/year) Source: Scopus

Developmental dynamics : an official publication of the American Association of Anatomists, Volume 240, Issue 7, 20 May 2011, Pages 1670-1680 Tgfβ/Alk5 signaling is required for shear stress induced klf2 expression in embryonic endothelial cells. Egorova AD, Van der Heiden K, Van de Pas S, Vennemann P, Poelma C, DeRuiter MC, Goumans MJ, Gittenberger-de Groot AC, ten Dijke P, Poelmann RE, Hierck BP. Abstract


29 times cited (±5/year) Source: Scopus

Differentiation; research in biological diversity, Volume 83, Issue 2, 09 December 2011, Pages S56-61 Primary cilia as biomechanical sensors in regulating endothelial function. Egorova AD, van der Heiden K, Poelmann RE, Hierck BP. Abstract


Most recent publications

21 Feb 2012

Science signaling, Volume 5, Issue 212, 21 February 2012, Pages pt2 TGF-β signaling in endothelial-to-mesenchymal transition: the role of shear stress and primary cilia. Ten Dijke P, Egorova AD, Goumans MJ, Poelmann RE, Hierck BP. Abstract


09 Dec 2011

Differentiation; research in biological diversity, Volume 83, Issue 2, 09 December 2011, Pages S56-61 Primary cilia as biomechanical sensors in regulating endothelial function. Egorova AD, van der Heiden K, Poelmann RE, Hierck BP. Abstract


20 Nov 2011

In vitro cellular & developmental biology. Animal, Volume 48, Issue 1, 20 November 2011, Pages 21-29 Endothelial colony-forming cells show a mature transcriptional response to shear stress. Egorova AD, DeRuiter MC, de Boer HC, van de Pas S, Gittenberger-de Groot AC, van Zonneveld AJ, Poelmann RE, Hierck BP. Abstract