Name: Anna Jezierski

Country: Canada


National Research Council Canada,
Human Health Therapeutics Research Area,

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National Research Council Canada, 
Human Health Therapeutics Research Area, 

Research Interests:

PCR, Cell Culture, Gene Expression, Flow Cytometry, Immunohistochemistry, Molecular Cell Biology, Immunofluorescence, Molecular Genetics, Cell Signaling, Protein Expression, RNA Extraction, Cell Line Culture, Primary Cell Culture, Biomedical Science, Immunofluorescence Staining, In Vitro Cell Culture, Cellular Biology, Human Cell Culture, Medical Biotechnology, Biomedicine.



  1. A novel human induced pluripotent stem cell blood-brain barrier model: Applicability to study antibody-triggered receptor-mediated transcytosis.
  2. Therapeutic potential of amniotic fluid-derived cells for treating the injured nervous system.
  3. Human Amniotic Fluid Cells Form Functional Gap Junctions with Cortical Cells.
  4. A Unique Interplay Between Rap1 and E‐Cadherin in the Endocytic Pathway Regulates Self‐Renewal of Human Embryonic Stem Cells.
  5. Epigenetic modifications ofSOX2 enhancers, SRR1 and SRR2, correlate with in vitro neural differentiation.
  6. Novel RBPJ Transcripts Identified in Human Amniotic Fluid Cells.
  7. Involvement of NOS3 in RA-Induced neural differentiation of human NT2/D1 cells.
  8. Neuroprotective Effects of GDNF-expressing Human Amniotic Fluid Cells.