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Khyati Shah Sutro BioPharma
4 protocols

Michael Enos Stanford University
16 protocols

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Anand Ramesh Patwardhan
  • Post-Doc, University of California, San Francisco
Research focus
  • Cell biology
  • My primary focus has been understanding the cell biology & molecular machinery regulating biogenesis of lysosome-related-organelles & lysosomes in normal and disease conditions such as pigmentation & neurodegenerative diseases.

Education

PhD, Marie Curie Institute, Paris, 2016

Lab information

Kao Lab
http://www.kaolab.org/index.html

Publications

Patwardhan A., et al (2017) Routing of the RAB6 secretory pathway towards the lysosome related organelle of melanocytes Nature Communications 8, 15835 doi: 10.1038

Patwardhan A., and Delevoye, C. (2016) Ions switch off darkness: role of TPC2 in melanosomes. Pigment Cell Melanoma Res 29: 498–499

Allouche J., ……..… Patwardhan A., et al (2015) In vitro modeling of hyperpigmentation associated to neurofibromatosis type 1 using melanocytes derived from human embryonic stem cells
Proc Natl Acad Sci USA 112 (29) 9034-9039

Patwardhan A., Ray S, Roy A (2014) Molecular Markers in Phylogenetic Studies – A Review J. Phylogen Evolution Biol (2): 131

Chakraborty S., Mehtab S., Patwardhan A., et al (2012) Pri-miR-17-92 Transcript folds into a tertiary structure and autoregulates its processing RNA 18(5)1014-28

Ahmed A., Saha B., Patwardhan A., et al (2009) The major players in adaptive immunity Resonance Vol (14) Number 6, 610-621 (Science education book chapter)
2 Protocols reviewed
6-hydroxydopamine (6-OHDA) Oxidative Stress Assay for Observing Dopaminergic Neuron Loss in Caenorhabditis elegans
Authors:  Sarah-Lena Offenburger and Anton Gartner, date: 09/20/2018, view: 28, Q&A: 0
The nematode Caenorhabditis elegans is a powerful genetic model that can be used to investigate neuronal death. Research using C. elegans has been crucial to characterize cell death programmes that are conserved in mammals. Many ...
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How to Catch a Smurf? – Ageing and Beyond…
In vivo Assessment of Intestinal Permeability in Multiple Model Organisms
The Smurf Assay (SA) was initially developed in the model organism Drosophila melanogaster where a dramatic increase of intestinal permeability has been shown to occur during aging (Rera et al., 2011). We have since validated the ...
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