Research by Yashoda Ghanekar


1. *Ghanekar Y, *Sadasivam S. 2019. In silico analysis reveals a shared immune signature in CASP8-mutated carcinomas with varying correlations to prognosis. PeerJ 7:e6402

2. Govindasamy N., Murthy S., and Ghanekar Y. Slow-cycling stem cells in hydra contribute to head regeneration. Biology Open, 3, 1236-44, 2014.

3. Krishna S., Nair A., Cheedipudi S., Poduval D., Dhawan J., Palakodeti D., and Ghanekar Y. Deep sequencing reveals unique small RNA repertoire that is regulated during head regeneration in Hydra magnipapillata. Nucleic Acids Research, 41,599-616, 2013.

4. Chakrabarti S., Ghanekar Y., Kaur K., Kaur I., Mandal A.K., Rao K.N., Parikh R.S., Thomas R., and Majumder P.P. A polymorphism in the CYP1B1 promoter is functionally associated with primary congenital glaucoma. Human Molecular Genetics, 19, 4083-90, 2010.

5.*Chiu C., *Ghanekar Y., *Frost L., Diao A., Morrison D., McKenzie E., and Lowe M. ZFPL1, a novel ring finger protein required for cis-Golgi integrity and efficient ER to Golgi transport. EMBO Journal, 27, 934-947, 2008.

*equal contribution

6.Kaur I., Ghanekar Y., and Chakrabarti S. Understanding the genetics of age-related macular degeneration: some insights into the disease pathogenesis. International Journal of Human Genetics, 8,161-169, 2008.

7. Madhira S.L., Vemuganti G.K., Bhaduri A., Gaddipati S., Sangwan V.S., and Ghanekar Y. Culture and characterization of oral mucosal epithelial cells on human amniotic membrane for ocular surface reconstruction. Molecular Vision, 14, 189-196, 2008.

8. Kaur I., Ghanekar Y., and Hussain N. The future applications and indications of Anti-VEGF in ophthalmic practice. Indian Journal of Ophthalmology, 55, 445-450, 2007.

9. Ghanekar Y. and Lowe M. Protein kinase D: activation for Golgi carrier formation. Trends Cell Biology, 15, 511-514, 2005.

10. Ghanekar Y. and Lowe M. Signalling for secretion. Nature Cell Biology, 7, 851-853, 2005.

11. Ghanekar Y., Chandrashaker A., Tatu U., and Visweswariah S. S. Glycosylation of the receptor guanylyl cyclase C: role in ligand binding and catalytic activity. Biochemical Journal, 379, 653-663, 2004.

12. Ghanekar Y., Chandrashaker A., and Visweswariah S. S. Cellular refractoriness to the heat-stable enterotoxin peptide is associated with alterations in levels of the differentially glycosylated forms of guanylyl cyclase C. European Journal of Biochemistry, 270, 3848-3857, 2003.

13. Sindic A., Basoglu C., Cetin A., Hirsch J. R., Potthast R., Kuhn M., Ghanekar Y., Visweswariah S. S., and Schlatter E. Guanylin, uroguanylin, and STa activate guanylate cyclase C and/or a PT-sensitive G protein in human proximal tubule cells. Journal of Biological Chemistry, 277, 17758-17764, 2002.

14. Bhandari R., Srinivasan N., Mahaboobi, Ghanekar Y., Suguna K., and Visweswariah S.S. Functional inactivation of the human guanylyl cyclase C receptor: modeling and mutation of the protein kinase-like domain. Biochemistry, 40, 9196- 9206, 2001.

15. *Bakre M. M., *Ghanekar Y., and Visweswariah S. S. Homologous desensitization of the human guanylate cyclase C receptor. European Journal of Biochemistry, 267,179- 187, 2000.

*equal contribution

Book Chapter

1. Ghanekar Y. and Hussain N. Cell therapy in retinal diseases, Textbook of Vitreoretinal Diseases and Surgery, 15-30, 2009, eds. S. Natarajan and Nazimul Hussain.

Commissioned Book

1. XXplorers: Women of Science in India.

Author Yashoda Ghanekar, Editor Sandhya Mandlekar.

Commissioned by Biocon Bristol-Myers Squibb R&D Centre, Bangalore as a part of “Inclusion and Diversity Improvement” initiative. The book profiles research work of twenty women scientists from India, working in diverse scientific domains.