Ioannis Kanakis

Ioannis Kanakis

University of Chester

H-index: 17

Europe-United Kingdom

About Ioannis Kanakis

Ioannis Kanakis, With an exceptional h-index of 17 and a recent h-index of 10 (since 2020), a distinguished researcher at University of Chester, specializes in the field of Musculoskeletal Biology, Extracellular Matrix, Clinical Biochemistry.

His recent articles reflect a diverse array of research interests and contributions to the field:

Defining the most potent osteoinductive culture conditions for MC3T3-E1 cells reveals no implication of oxidative stress or energy metabolism

Lifelong dietary protein restriction accelerates skeletal muscle loss and reduces muscle fibre size by impairing proteostasis and mitochondrial homeostasis

Epigenetic regulation of the musculoskeletal system in health, disease, and aging

The effect of lactational low protein diet on skeletal muscle during adulthood and ageing in male and female mouse offspring

The effect of maternal and early-life nutrition on redox homeostasis

Targeted inhibition of aggrecanases inhibits the progression of age-dependent cartilage degradation in a temporomandibular joint in the STR/Ort mice

Postnatal protein intake as a determinant of skeletal muscle structure and function in mice—a pilot study

MicrorNas as Central regulators of adult Myogenesis and proteostasis Loss in Skeletal Muscle aging

Ioannis Kanakis Information

University

University of Chester

Position

Senior Lecturer in Clinical Biochemistry Chester Medical School UK

Citations(all)

1285

Citations(since 2020)

310

Cited By

1070

hIndex(all)

17

hIndex(since 2020)

10

i10Index(all)

24

i10Index(since 2020)

11

Email

University Profile Page

University of Chester

Ioannis Kanakis Skills & Research Interests

Musculoskeletal Biology

Extracellular Matrix

Clinical Biochemistry

Top articles of Ioannis Kanakis

Title

Journal

Author(s)

Publication Date

Defining the most potent osteoinductive culture conditions for MC3T3-E1 cells reveals no implication of oxidative stress or energy metabolism

International Journal of Molecular Sciences

Alexandra Semicheva

Ufuk Ersoy

Aphrodite Vasilaki

Ioanna Myrtziou

Ioannis Kanakis

2024/4/10

Lifelong dietary protein restriction accelerates skeletal muscle loss and reduces muscle fibre size by impairing proteostasis and mitochondrial homeostasis

Redox biology

Ufuk Ersoy

Ioannis Kanakis

Moussira Alameddine

Gibran Pedraza-Vazquez

Susan E Ozanne

...

2024/2/1

Epigenetic regulation of the musculoskeletal system in health, disease, and aging

Ioannis Kanakis

Simon Tew

Katarzyna Goljanek-Whysall

Mandy J Peffers

2023/1/24

The effect of lactational low protein diet on skeletal muscle during adulthood and ageing in male and female mouse offspring

bioRxiv

Moussira Alameddine

Atilla Emre Altinpinar

Ufuk Ersoy

Ioannis Kanakis

Ioanna Myrtziou-Kanaki

...

2023

The effect of maternal and early-life nutrition on redox homeostasis

Ufuk Ersoy

Moussira Alameddine

Ioannis Kanakis

Caroline Amy Staunton

Mandy Jayne Peffers

...

2023/1/1

Targeted inhibition of aggrecanases inhibits the progression of age-dependent cartilage degradation in a temporomandibular joint in the STR/Ort mice

Yutaka Kobayashi

Kazuhiro Yamamoto

Ioannis Kanakis

Yoko Yamashita

Takao Sakai

...

2023/4/1

Postnatal protein intake as a determinant of skeletal muscle structure and function in mice—a pilot study

International Journal of Molecular Sciences

Ifigeneia Giakoumaki

Natalie Pollock

Turki Aljuaid

Anthony J Sannicandro

Moussira Alameddine

...

2022/8/8

MicrorNas as Central regulators of adult Myogenesis and proteostasis Loss in Skeletal Muscle aging

Ioannis Kanakis

Ioanna Myrtziou

Aphrodite Vasilaki

Katarzyna Goljanek-Whysall

2021/11/30

Metalloelastase‑12 is involved in the temporomandibular joint inflammatory response as well as cartilage degradation by aggrecanases in STR/Ort mice

Biomedical Reports

Yoko Yamashita‑Futani

Rei Jokaji

Kazuhiro Ooi

Kazuhiko Kobayashi

Ioannis Kanakis

...

2021/6/1

Small-RNA sequencing reveals altered skeletal muscle microRNAs and snoRNAs signatures in weanling male offspring from mouse dams fed a low protein diet during lactation

Cells

Ioannis Kanakis

Moussira Alameddine

Leighton Folkes

Simon Moxon

Ioanna Myrtziou

...

2021/5/11

Cartilage-Specific Cre Recombinase Transgenes/Alleles in the Mouse

Chondrocytes: Methods and Protocols

Ioannis Kanakis

Mohammad Alhashmi

Ke Liu

Craig Keenan

Lorenzo Ramos Mucci

...

2021

Low protein diet compromises the recovery of lactation-induced bone loss in female mouse dams with no effects on skeletal muscles

Bone Reports

Ioannis Kanakis

Moussira Alameddine

Mattia Scalabrin

Susan Ozanne

Katarzyna Goljanek-Whysall

...

2020/10/1

Post-traumatic osteoarthritis development is not modified by postnatal chondrocyte deletion of Ccn2

Disease models & mechanisms

Craig M Keenan

Lorenzo Ramos-Mucci

Ioannis Kanakis

Peter I Milner

Andrew Leask

...

2020/7/1

Aggrecanase-selective tissue inhibitor of metalloproteinase-3 (TIMP3) protects articular cartilage in a surgical mouse model of osteoarthritis

Scientific reports

Hiroyuki Nakamura

Phoung Vo

Ioannis Kanakis

Ke Liu

George Bou-Gharios

2020/6/9

Low protein intake compromises the recovery of lactation-induced bone loss in female mouse dams without affecting skeletal muscles

bioRxiv

Ioannis Kanakis

Moussira Alameddine

Mattia Scalabrin

Rob J van ‘t Hof

Triantafillos Liloglou

...

2020/5/3

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Ioannis Kanakis FAQs

What is Ioannis Kanakis's h-index at University of Chester?

The h-index of Ioannis Kanakis has been 10 since 2020 and 17 in total.

What are Ioannis Kanakis's top articles?

The articles with the titles of

Defining the most potent osteoinductive culture conditions for MC3T3-E1 cells reveals no implication of oxidative stress or energy metabolism

Lifelong dietary protein restriction accelerates skeletal muscle loss and reduces muscle fibre size by impairing proteostasis and mitochondrial homeostasis

Epigenetic regulation of the musculoskeletal system in health, disease, and aging

The effect of lactational low protein diet on skeletal muscle during adulthood and ageing in male and female mouse offspring

The effect of maternal and early-life nutrition on redox homeostasis

Targeted inhibition of aggrecanases inhibits the progression of age-dependent cartilage degradation in a temporomandibular joint in the STR/Ort mice

Postnatal protein intake as a determinant of skeletal muscle structure and function in mice—a pilot study

MicrorNas as Central regulators of adult Myogenesis and proteostasis Loss in Skeletal Muscle aging

...

are the top articles of Ioannis Kanakis at University of Chester.

What are Ioannis Kanakis's research interests?

The research interests of Ioannis Kanakis are: Musculoskeletal Biology, Extracellular Matrix, Clinical Biochemistry

What is Ioannis Kanakis's total number of citations?

Ioannis Kanakis has 1,285 citations in total.

What are the co-authors of Ioannis Kanakis?

The co-authors of Ioannis Kanakis are Nikos Karamanos, sundan a, Achilleas Theocharis, alberto passi, Magne Børset, Fotini N. Lamari.

Co-Authors

H-index: 70
Nikos Karamanos

Nikos Karamanos

University of Patras

H-index: 60
sundan a

sundan a

Norges teknisk-naturvitenskaplige universitet

H-index: 53
Achilleas Theocharis

Achilleas Theocharis

University of Patras

H-index: 52
alberto passi

alberto passi

Università degli Studi dell'Insubria

H-index: 43
Magne Børset

Magne Børset

Norges teknisk-naturvitenskaplige universitet

H-index: 37
Fotini N. Lamari

Fotini N. Lamari

University of Patras

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