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Listed below are the Publications supported by Technology platforms at C-CAMP / Bangalore Life Science Cluster.

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P SHameed, Bharatham N, Katagihallimath N, Sharma S, Nandishaiah R, Shanbhag AP, Thomas T, Narjari R, Sarma M, Bhowmik P et al..  2018.  Nitrothiophene carboxamides, a novel narrow spectrum antibacterial series: Mechanism of action and Efficacy.. Sci Rep. 8(1):7263.
Pasha SNaseer, K Shafi M, Joshi AG, Meenakshi I, Harini K, Mahita J, Sajeevan RSivarajan, Karpe SD, Ghosh P, Nitish S et al..  2019.  The transcriptome enables the identification of candidate genes behind medicinal value of Drumstick tree (Moringa oleifera) [Next Gen Genomics Facility].. Genomics.
Patel P, Yadav K, Srivastava AKumar, Suprasanna P, Ganapathi TRamabhatta.  2019.  Overexpression of native Musa-miR397 enhances plant biomass without compromising abiotic stress tolerance in banana [Mass Spectrometry - Metabolomics Facility].. Sci Rep. 9(1):16434.
Patra A, Kalita B, Chanda A, Mukherjee AK.  2017.  Proteomics and antivenomics of Echis carinatus carinatus venom: Correlation with pharmacological properties and pathophysiology of envenomation.. Sci Rep. 7(1):17119.
Perumalsamy LR, Marcel N, Kulkarni S, Radtke F, Sarin A.  2012.  Distinct spatial and molecular features of notch pathway assembly in regulatory T cells.. Sci Signal. 5(234):ra53.
Prabhakara S, Khedkar S, Shambat SMairpady, Srinivasan R, Basu A, Norrby-Teglund A, Seshasayee ASai Narain, Arakere G.  2013.  Genome sequencing unveils a novel sea enterotoxin-carrying PVL phage in Staphylococcus aureus ST772 from India. [Next Generation Genomics facility]. PLoS One. 8(3):e60013.
Prabhakara S, Khedkar S, Loganathan RMalarini, Chandana S, Gowda M, Arakere G, Seshasayee ASai Narain.  2012.  Draft genome sequence of Staphylococcus aureus 118 (ST772), a major disease clone from India. [Next Generation Genomics facility]. J Bacteriol. 194(14):3727-8.
Preethy CPaul, Padmapriya R, Periasamy VSubbarayan, Riyasdeen A, Srinag S, Krishnamurthy H, Alshatwi AAbdullah, Akbarsha MAbdulkader.  2012.  Antiproliferative property of n-hexane and chloroform extracts of Anisomeles malabarica (L). R. Br. in HPV16-positive human cervical cancer cells.. J Pharmacol Pharmacother. 3(1):26-34.
Purushothaman K, Bhat SKrishna, Singh SAnnapurna, Marathe GKedihithlu, Rao ARao GAppu.  2019.  Aspartic protease from Aspergillus niger: Molecular characterization and interaction with pepstatin A [Mass Spectrometry Facility - Proteomics].. Int J Biol Macromol.
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Rai A, Pathak D, Thakur S, Singh S, Dubey AKumar, Mallik R.  2016.  Dynein Clusters into Lipid Microdomains on Phagosomes to Drive Rapid Transport toward Lysosomes.. Cell. 164(4):722-34.
Ramachandran G, Udgaonkar JB.  2012.  Evidence for the existence of a secondary pathway for fibril growth during the aggregation of tau.. J Mol Biol. 421(2-3):296-314.
Ramakrishnan P, Nair S, Rangiah K.  2016.  A method for comparative metabolomics in urine using high resolution mass spectrometry.. J Chromatogr A. 1443:83-92.
Ramesh D, Brockmann A.  2018.  Mass Spectrometric Quantification of Arousal Associated Neurochemical Changes in Single Honey Bee Brains and Brain Regions. [Mass Spectrometry Facility - Metabolomics]. ACS Chem Neurosci.
Rangiah K, Palakodeti D.  2013.  Comprehensive analysis of neurotransmitters from regenerating planarian extract using an ultrahigh-performance liquid chromatography/mass spectrometry/selected reaction monitoring method.. Rapid Commun Mass Spectrom. 27(21):2439-52.
Rangiah K.  2014.  Sensitive UHPLC-MS/SRM method for quantifying olanzapine metabolites and degradation products from sera. Anal. Methods. 6:5250-5257.
Rangiah K, Palakodeti D.  2018.  Quantification of Neurotransmitters from Intact and Regenerating Planarians Using UHPLC-MS/SRM Method. [Mass Spectrometry - Metabolomics Facility]. Methods Mol Biol. 1774:555-570.

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