Tore-Geir Iversen Selected Publications

Iversen,T.G., Skotland. T., and Sandvig, K. (2011) “Endocytosis and intracellular transport of nanoparticles: Present knowledge and need for future studies”. Nano Today. In Press.

Utskarpen, A., H.H.Slagsvold, T.G.Iversen, S.Walchli, and K.Sandvig. 2006. Transport of ricin from endosomes to the Golgi apparatus is regulated by Rab6A and Rab6A'. Traffic 7:663-672.

Lauvrak, S.U., S.Walchli, T.G.Iversen, H.H.Slagsvold, M.L.Torgersen, B.Spilsberg, and K.Sandvig. 2006. Shiga toxin regulates its entry in a Syk-dependent manner. Mol Biol Cell 17:1096-1109.

Iversen, T.G., G.Skretting, D.B.van, and K.Sandvig. 2003. Clathrin-coated pits with long, dynamin-wrapped necks upon expression of a clathrin antisense RNA. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. U. S. A 100:5175-5180.

Ying, M., S.Grimmer, T.G.Iversen, D.B.van, and K.Sandvig. 2003. Cholesterol loading induces a block in the exit of VSVG from the TGN. Traffic 4:772-784.

Sandvig, K., B.Spilsberg, S.U.Lauvrak, M.L.Torgersen, T.G.Iversen, and D.B.van. 2004. Pathways followed by protein toxins into cells. Int. J Med Microbiol. 293:483-490.

Lauvrak, S.U., A.Llorente, T.G.Iversen, and K.Sandvig. 2002. Selective regulation of the Rab9-independent transport of ricin to the Golgi apparatus by calcium. J Cell Sci. 115:3449-3456.

Sandvig, K., S.Grimmer, S.U.Lauvrak, M.L.Torgersen, G.Skretting, D.B.van, and T.G.Iversen. 2002. Pathways followed by ricin and Shiga toxin into cells. Histochem. Cell Biol 117:131-141.

Sandvig, K., S.Grimmer, T.G.Iversen, K.Rodal, M.L.Torgersen, P.Nicoziani, and D.B.van. 2000. Ricin transport into cells: studies of endocytosis and intracellular transport. Int. J Med Microbiol. 290:415-420.

Iversen, T.G., G.Skretting, A.Llorente, P.Nicoziani, D.B.van, and K.Sandvig. 2001. Endosome to Golgi transport of ricin is independent of clathrin and of the Rab9- and Rab11-GTPases. Mol Biol Cell 12:2099-2107.

Grimmer, S., T.G.Iversen, D.B.van, and K.Sandvig. 2000. Endosome to Golgi transport of ricin is regulated by cholesterol. Mol Biol Cell 11:4205-4216.

Standal, R., T.G.Iversen, D.H.Coucheron, E.Fjaervik, J.M.Blatny, and S.Valla. 1994. A new gene required for cellulose production and a gene encoding cellulolytic activity in Acetobacter xylinum are colocalized with the bcs operon. J Bacteriol. 176:665-672.