Publications and Presentations

 

  • Thota S.G. and Bhandari R*. The emerging roles of inositol pyrophosphates in eukaryotic cell physiology J. Biosci. (2015) in press

 

  • Thota S.G., Unnikannan C.P., Thampatty S.R., Manorama R. and Bhandari R*. Inositol pyrophosphates regulate RNA polymerase I-mediated rRNA transcription in Saccharomyces cerevisiae. Biochem. J. (2015) 466, 105.114.

 

  • Ghosh S., Shukla D., Suman K., Lakshmi B.J., Manorama R., Kumar S. and Bhandari R*. Inositol hexakisphosphate kinase 1 maintains hemostasis in mice by regulating platelet polyphosphate levels. Blood (2013) 122, 1478-1486.

 

  • Jadav R.S., Chanduri M.V.L., Sengupta S. and Bhandari R* . Inositol pyrophosphate synthesis by inositol hexakisphosphate kinase 1 is required for homologous recombination repair. J. Biol. Chem. (2013) 288, 3312-3321.

 

  • Werner J.K. Jr., Speed T. and Bhandari R*. Protein pyrophosphorylation by diphosphoinositol pentakisphosphate (InsP7). Methods Mol. Biol.(2010) 645, 87-102.

 

  • Basu N., Bhandari R., Natarajan V.T. and Visweswariah S.S. Cross talk between receptor guanylyl cyclase C and c-src tyrosine kinase regulates colon cancer cell cytostasis. Mol. Cell. Biol. (2009) 29, 5277-5289.

 

  • Ponnusamy S., Alderson N.L., Hama H., Bielawski J., Jiang J.C., Bhandari R., Snyder S.H., Jazwinski S.M. and Ogretmen B. Regulation of telomere length by fatty acid elongase 3 in yeast: Involvement of inositol phosphate metabolism and ku70/80 function. J. Biol. Chem.(2008) 283, 27514-27524.

 

  • Draskovic P., Saiardi A., Bhandari R., Burton A., Ilc G., Kovacevic M., Snyder S.H. and Podobnik M. Inositol hexakisphosphate kinase products contain diphosphate and triphosphate groups. Chemistry & Biology (2008)15, 274-286.

 

  • Bhandari R., Juluri K.R., Resnick A.C. and Snyder S.H. Gene deletion of inositol hexakisphosphate kinase 1 reveals inositol pyrophosphate regulation of insulin secretion, growth, and spermiogenesis. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA (2008 ) 105, 2349-2353.

 

  • Bhandari R., Saiardi A., Ahmadibeni Y., Snowman A.M., Resnick A.C., Kristiansen T.Z., Molina H., Pandey A., Werner J.K., Juluri K.R., Xu Y., Prestwich G. D., Parang K. and Snyder S.H. Protein pyrophosphorylation by inositol pyrophosphates is a posttranslational event. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA (2007) 104, 1530 5-15310.

 

  • Bhandari R., Chakraborty A. and Snyder S.H. Inositol pyrophosphate pyrotechnics. Cell Metabolism (2007) 5, 321-323.

 

  • Kim Y., Bhandari R., Cochran J.R., Kuriyan J. and Wittrup K.D. Directed evolution of the epidermal growth factor receptor extracellular domain for expresion in yeast. Proteins: Structure, Function, and Bioinformatics (2006) 62, 1026 -1035.

 

  • Saiardi A., Bhandari R., Resnick A.C., Snowman A.M. and Snyder S.H.Phosphorylation of proteins by inositol pyrophosphates. Science (2004) 306, 2101-2105.

 

  • Cochran J.R., Kim Y.S., Olsen M.J., Bhandari R. and Wittrup K.D. Domain-level antibody epitope mapping through yeast surface display of epidermal growth factor receptor fragments. J. Immunol. Methods (2004) 287, 147-158.

 

  • Chen X., Bhandari R., Vinkemeier U., van den Akker F, Darnell J.E. Jr. and Kuriyan J. A re-interpretation of the dimerization domain interface of the N-terminal domains of STATs. Protein Sci. (2003) 12, 361-365.

 

  • Bhandari R. and Kuriyan J. JAK-STAT Signaling. (2003) in Handbook of Cell Signaling, Membrane Proximal Events (Alber T., Ed.), Volume 1, Chapter 62; Academic Press/Elsevier Science.

 

  • Bhandari R., Srinivasan N., Mahaboobi M., 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 (2001) 40, 9196-9206.

 

  • Bhandari R., Mathew R., Vijayachandra K. and Visweswariah S.S. Tyrosine phosphorylation of the human guanylyl cyclase C receptor. J. Biosciences (2000) 25, 339-346.

 

  • Vijayachandra K., Guruprasad M.R., Bhandari R., Manjunath U.H., Somesh B.P., Srinivasan N., Suguna K. and Visweswariah S.S. Biochemical characterisation of the intracellular domain of the human guanylyl cyclase C receptor provides evidence for a catalytically active homotrimer. Biochemistry (2000) 39, 16075-16083.

 

  • Bhandari R., Suguna K. and Visweswariah S.S. Guanylyl cyclase C receptor: regulation of catalytic activity by ATP. Biosci. Rep. (1999) 19, 179-188.

 

  • Nandi A., Bhandari R. and Visweswariah S.S. Epitope conservation and immunohistochemical localization of the guanylin/stable toxin peptide receptor, guanylyl cyclase C. J. Cell. Biochem. (1997) 66, 500-511.

 

  • Bhandari R. and Brahmachari S.K. Analysis of CAG/CTG triplet repeats in the human genome: Implication in transcription factor gene regulation. J. Biosci. (1995) 20, 613-627.

 

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Both authors contributed equally to this work