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

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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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Sadaf S, Birman S, Hasan G.  2012.  Synaptic activity in serotonergic neurons is required for air-puff stimulated flight in Drosophila melanogaster.. PLoS One. 7(9):e46405.
Sadananda A, Hamid R, Doodhi H, Ghosal D, Girotra M, Jana SChandra, Ray K.  2012.  Interaction with a kinesin-2 tail propels choline acetyltransferase flow towards synapse. [Drosophila facility]. Traffic. 13(7):979-91.
Saha R, Verma PKumar, Rakshit S, Saha S, Mayor S, Pal SKumar.  2013.  Light driven ultrafast electron transfer in oxidative redding of Green Fluorescent Proteins. [Protein Technology Facility]. Sci Rep. 3:1580.
Sahadevan S, Antonopoulos A, Haslam SM, Dell A, Ramaswamy S, Babu P.  2014.  Unique, polyfucosylated glycan-receptor interactions are essential for regeneration of Hydra magnipapillata.. ACS Chem Biol. 9(1):147-55.
Sarkar A, Mukundan N, Sowndarya S, Dubey VKumar, Babu R, Lakshmanan V, Rangiah K, Panicker MM, Palakodeti D, Subramanian SPeruvemba et al..  2019.  Serotonin is essential for eye regeneration in planaria Schmidtea mediterranea [Mass Spectrometry (Metabolomics) and Central Imaging & Flow Cytometry Facilities]. FEBS Lett.
Sathyanarayanan N, Cannone G, Gakhar L, Katagihallimath N, Sowdhamini R, Ramaswamy S, Vinothkumar KR.  2019.  Molecular basis for metabolite channeling in a ring opening enzyme of the phenylacetate degradation pathway [National Cryo-Electron Microscopy Facility]. Nature Communications. 10
Sekar N, Veetil SKariyadan, Neerathilingam M.  2013.  Tender coconut water an economical growth medium for the production of recombinant proteins in Escherichia coli. [Protein Technology Facility]. BMC Biotechnol. 13:70.
Sen S, Cao D, Choudhary R, Biagini S, Wang JW, Reichert H, VijayRaghavan K.  2014.  Genetic transformation of structural and functional circuitry rewires the Drosophila brain. [Drosophila Facility]. Elife. 3
Shadrick WR, Slavish PJ, Chai SC, Waddell B, Connelly M, Low JA, Tallant C, Young BM, Bharatham N, Knapp S et al..  2018.  Exploiting a water network to achieve enthalpy-driven, bromodomain-selective BET inhibitors. Bioorganic & Medicinal Chemistry. 26:25-36.
Sharmila GRamachandr, Halami PMotiram, Venkateswaran G.  2018.  Identification and characterization of a calcium dependent bacillopeptidase from Bacillus subtilis CFR5 with novel kunitz trypsin inhibitor degradation activity. [Mass Spectrometry Facility - Proteomics]. Food Res Int. 103:263-272.

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