Alexandros Alexandratos National and Kapodistrian University of Athens
38 protocols

Gal Haimovich Molecular Genetics, Weizmann Institute of Science, Israel
95 protocols

Imre Gáspár INSTITUTE OF MOLECULAR BIOTECHNOLOGY, IMBA, Vienna
21 protocols

Jia Li SRI International
51 protocols

Reviewer
Abhijit Kale
  • Research scientist, Deciduous Therapeutics
Research focus
  • Immunology
  • senescence, Immune system , aging

Education

Ph.D., Albert Einstein college of medicine, 2012

Publications

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/myncbi/183acmpnhKY1lM/bibliography/public/
1)Tumor evolution: Multiple induction mechanisms for cell competition.
A.Kale and NE Baker.Molecular & Cellular Oncology (2018)

2) Ribosomal protein S12e has a distinct function in cell competition. Dev Cell 44: 42-55.
Kale, A., Ji, Z., Kiparaki, M., Blanco, J., Rimesso, G., Flibotte, S., and Baker, N.E. (2018).

3) Local Cell Death Changes the Orientation of Cell Division in the Developing Drosophila Wing Imaginal Disc Without Using Fat or Dachsous as Orienting Signals.
A Kale, G Rimesso, NE Baker. PLoS One 11 (12), e0167637,1,2016

4) Mutations in ribosomal proteins: apoptosis, cell competition and cancer.
NE Baker, A Kale. Molecular & Cellular Oncology 3 (1), e1029065, 4,2016

5) Apoptotic mechanisms during competition of ribosomal protein mutant cells: roles of the initiator caspases Dronc and Dream/Strica.
A Kale, W Li, CH Lee, NE Baker. Cell Death & Differentiation 22 (8), 1300-1312,14,2015

6) Mitosis in Neurons: Roughex and APC/C Maintain Cell Cycle Exit to Prevent Cytokinetic and Axonal Defects in Drosophila Photoreceptor Neurons.
R Ruggiero, A Kale, B Thomas, NE Baker. PLoS genetics 8 (11), e1003049, 15,2012

7) Oriented cell division as a response to cell death and cell competition. (* Equal Contribution).
A Kale*, W Li*, NE Baker. Current Biology 19 (21), 1821-1826,34,2009.

8) Clearance of apoptotic corpses (* Equal Contribution).
JF Fullard*, A Kale*, NE Baker. Apoptosis 14 (8), 1029-1037, 48,2009

9) Bee-eaters (Merops orientalis) respond to what a predator can see.
M Watve, J Thakar, A Kale, S Puntambekar, I Shaikh, K Vaze, M Jog,Sharayu Paranjape. Animal cognition 5 (4), 253-259,2002
9 Protocols reviewed
Fluorescence Measurement and Calibration of Intracellular pH in Starfish Oocytes
Authors:  Enako Hosoda and Kazuyoshi Chiba, date: 10/05/2020, view: 231, Q&A: 0
Oocyte maturation is a process wherein an oocyte arrested at prophase of meiosis I resumes meiosis to become a fertilizable egg. In starfish ovaries, a hormone released from follicle cells activates the oocytes, resulting in an increase in their ...
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Determination of Chromatin Accessibility in Drosophila Midgut Enterocytes by in situ 5mC Labeling
Authors:  Eliya Bitman-Lotan, Hector Rincon-Arano, Gal Raz and Amir Orian, date: 11/20/2019, view: 1378, Q&A: 0
Regulation of gene expression involves dynamic changes in chromatin organization, where in many cases open chromatin structure correlates with gene activation. Several methods enable monitoring changes in chromatin accessibility, including ATAC-seq, ...
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