Amberley Stephens Department of Chemical Engineering and Biotechnology, University of Cambridge, Cambridge
1 protocol

Arsalan Daudi University of California
157 protocols

Aswad Khadilkar UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA SANTA CRUZ
11 protocols

Cristina Rohena University of California, San Francisco
1 protocol

Reviewer
Vikash Verma
  • Research scientist, University of Massachusetts
Research focus
  • Cell biology
  • Mitosis, Cytokinesis, Kinetochore, Chromosome Segregation, DNA Origami and Single Molecule Biophysics

Education

Ph.D., Friedrich Miescher Laboratory of the Max Planck Society, 2012

Lab information

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Publications

https://viktzverma.wordpress.com/
Babhrubahan Roy, Vikash Verma, Janice Sim, Adrienne Fontan, Ajit P Joglekar. “Delineating the contribution of Spc105-bound PP1 to spindle checkpoint silencing and kinetochore microtubule attachment regulation.” Journal of Cell Biology, 2019.

Vikash Verma, Alex Mogilner, Thomas J. Maresca. “Classical and emerging regulatory mechanisms of cytokinesis in animal cells.’’ Biology*, 2019. *Cover page article

Vikash Verma and Thomas J. Maresca. “Direct observation of branching MT nucleation in living animal cells.’’ Journal of Cell Biology*, 2019.
*Highlighted article in Science daily, Physics.org, EurekAlert!, etc.

Vikash Verma and Thomas J. Maresca. ‘’Microtubule plus-ends act as physical signaling hubs to activate RhoA during cytokinesis.’’ eLife, 2019.
Ye AA, Verma V, Maresca TJ. ‘’ NOD is a plus end-directed motor that binds EB1 via a new microtubule tip localization sequence.’’ Journal of Cell Biology, 2018

I. Kulemzina, K. Ang, J.T. Teh, X. Zhao, V. Verma, S. Suranthran, A. P. Chavda, R. G. Huber, B. Eisenhaber, F. Eisenhaber, J. Yen, and D. Ivanov. “A reversible association between Smc coiled coils is regulated by lysine acetylation and is required for cohesin loading on the DNA.” Molecular Cell, 2016.

V. Verma, L. Mallik, R. F. Hariadi, S. Sivaramakrishnan, G. Skiniotis, and A. P. Joglekar. “Maximizing protein hybridization efficiency on multisite DNA origami scaffolds using protein dimerization.” PLoS One, 10(9): e0137125, (2015).

I. Kulemzina, M. Schumacher, V. Verma, J. Reiter, J. Metzler, A. V. Failla, C. Lanza, V. T. Sreedharan, G. Rätsch, and D. Ivanov. ‘‘Cohesin rings devoid of Scc3 and Pds5 maintain their stable association with the DNA.’’ PLoS Genetics, 8(8): e1002856, (2012).

A. Maheshwari, V. K. Verma*, and T. K. Chaudhuri. “Equilibrium and kinetics of the unfolding and refolding of Escherichia coli Malate Synthase G monitored by circular dichroism and fluorescence spectroscopy.” Biochimie, 92, 491-498, (2010).
*Equal contribution

T. K. Chaudhuri V. K. Verma and A. Maheshwari. “GroEL assisted folding of large polypeptide substrates in Escherichia coli: Present scenario and assignments for the future.’’
Progress in Biophysics and Molecular Biology, 99, 42-50, (2009).
9 Protocols reviewed
An in vitro DNA Sensor-based Assay to Measure Receptor-specific Adhesion Forces of Eukaryotic Cells and Pathogens
Authors:  Maurizio Wack, Tina Wiegand, Friedrich Frischknecht and E. Ada Cavalcanti-Adam, date: 09/05/2020, view: 1026, Q&A: 0
Motility of eukaryotic cells or pathogens within tissues is mediated by the turnover of specific interactions with other cells or with the extracellular matrix. Biophysical characterization of these ligand-receptor adhesions helps to unravel the ...
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Non-invasive Quantification of Cell Wall Porosity by Fluorescence Quenching Microscopy
Authors:  Xiaohui Liu, Thomas Günther Pomorski and Johannes Liesche, date: 08/20/2019, view: 2198, Q&A: 0
All bacteria, fungi and plant cells are surrounded by a cell wall. This complex network of polysaccharides and glycoproteins provides mechanical support, defines cell shape, controls cell growth and influences the exchange of substances between the ...
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