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Anuranjan AnandHemalatha BalaramManeesha InamdarUdaykumar RangaKundu Tapas K.
M. R. S. RaoKaustuv SanyalNamita SuroliaJames P. Clement ChelliahRavi Manjithaya


  1. Kadilkar R.J.† , Ray A.†, Chetan D.R., RoyChowdhury Sinha A., Magadi S., Kulkarni V. and Inamdar M.S.*, Differential modulation of the cellular and humoral immune responses in Drosophila is mediated by the endosomal ARF1-Asrij axis, Scientific Reports (2017). In Press.

  2. Sudhir H. Ranganath, Zhixiang Tong, Oren Levy, Keir Martyn, Jeffrey M. Karp and Maneesha S. Inamdar, Controlled Inhibition of the Mesenchymal Stromal Cell Pro-inflammatory Secretome via Microparticle Engineering, Stem Cell Reports (2016). In Press.

  3. Deeti K. Shetty and Maneesha S. Inamdar, Generation of transgenic human embryonic stem cell line BJNhem20-OCIAD1-OV, Lab Resource: Stem Cell Research (2015). In Press.

  4. Ronak Shetty, Deeti K. Shetty and Maneesha S. Inamdar, Generation of human embryonic stem cell line expressing green fluorescent protein, Lab Resource: Stem Cell Research (2015). In Press.

  5. Andrews P et al., Points to consider in the development of seed stocks of pluripotent stem cells for clinical applications: International Stem Cell Banking Initiative (ISCBI). Regenerative Medicine Vol. 10, No. 2s, Pages 1-44 , DOI 10.2217/rme.14.93, Regenerative medicine 10, 1 - 44 (2015).

  6. Venu P, Chakraborty S. and Inamdar M., Analysis of long- term culture properties and pluripotent character of two sibling human embryonic stem cell lines derived from discarded embryos, In vitro Cellular & Developmental Biology - Animal 46, 200 - 205 (2010).

  7. Andrews et al., Consensus Guidance for Banking and Supply of Human Embryonic Stem Cell Lines for Research Purposes International Cell Banking Initiative, Stem Cell Reviews and Reports 5(4), 301 - 314 (2009).

  8. Inamdar M, Parvathy Venu, Srinivas M S, Kamini Rao and K. VijayRaghavan,   Derivation and characterization of two sibling human embryonic stem cell lines from discarded Grade III embryos, Stem Cells Dev 18(3, 423 - 433 (2009).

  9. D. Das, R. Aradhya, D. Ashoka and M. Inamdar, Macromolecular uptake in Drosophila pericardial cells requires Rudhira function, Experimental Cell Research 314, 1804 - 1810 (2008).

  10. J. Dinesh, C. Deepak, S. Kavitha, M. Inamdar and M. Eswaramoorthy, Carbon spheres assisted synthesis of porous bioactive glass containing hydroxycarbonate apatite nanocrystals: A material with  high in vitro bioactivity, J. Phys. Chem. C 112, 7379 - 7384 (2008).

  11. Robyn M.B. Loureiro, Kelli-Ann Monaco, Joseph B. Kearney, Courtney E. Blickarz-Durand, Suzanne L. Kirby, Maneesha S. Inamdar and Victoria L. Bautch, CSF-1 is Required for Early Embryonic Macrophage Development: Characterization of the csfmop/csfmop Mutation in ES cell-derived Macrophages, British Journal of Hematology 141, 739 - 742 (2008).

  12. D. Das, D. Ashoka, A. Rajaguru and M. S. Inamdar, Gene expression analysis in post-embryonic pericardial cells of Drosophila, Gene expression patterns 8, 199 - 205 (2008).

  13. D. Das, T. C. Rajaguru and M. S. Inamdar, Post-embryonic pericardial cells of Drosophila are required for overcoming toxic stress but not for cardiac function or adult development, Cell and Tissue Research 331, 565 - 570 (2008).

  14. K. Siva, K. Gokul and M. S. Inamdar, Expression of conserved siganaling pathway genes during spontaneous vascular differentiation of R1 embryonic stem cells and in Py-4-1 endothelial cells, Journal of Biosciences 32, 1291 - 1298 (2007).

  15. K. Siva, V. Parvathy, A. Mahadevan, S. K. Shankar and M. S. Inamdar, Human BCAS3 expression in embryonic stem cells and vascular precursors suggests a role in human embryogenesis and tumor angiogenesis, PLoS ONE 2, (2007).

  16. K. Siva, D. Das, A. Mukhopadhyay and M. S. Inamdar, Comparitive vascular biology: A more comprehensive approach to the analysis of circulatory system development, Journal of the Indian Institute of Science 86, 763 - 772 (2006).

  17. K. Siva and M. S. Inamdar, Rudhira is a cytoplasmic WD40 protein expressed in mouse embryonic stem cells and during embryonic erythropoiesis, Mechanisms of Development- Gene expression patterns 6, 225 - 234 (2006).

  18. A. Mukhopadhyay, D. Das and M. S. Inamdar, ES cell and tissue-specific expression of a novel conserved gene, asrij, Developmental Dynamics 227, 578 - 586 (2003).

  19. A. Mukhopadhyay, D. Das and M. S. Inamdar, ES cell and tissue-specific expression of a novel conserved gene, asrij, Developmental Dynamics 227, 578 - 586 (2003).

  20. M. S. Inamdar, Drosophila asrij is expressed in pole cells, trachea and hemocytes, Development, Genes and Evolution 213, 134 - 137 (2003).

  21. M. S. Inamdar, Stem cell identity: life is plastic, its fantastic!, Journal of Biosciences 27, 93 - 95 (2002).

  22. M. S. Inamdar, Functional genomics the old fashioned way: chemical mutagenesis in mice, Bioessays 23, 116 - 120 (2001).

  23. W. L. Stanford, G.Caruana, K. A. Vallis, M. S. Inamdar, M. Hidaka, V. L. Bautch and A. Bernstein, Expression trapping: Identification of novel genes expressed in hematopoetic and endothelial lineages by gene trapping in ES cells, Blood 92, 4622 - 4631 (1998).

  24. M. S. Inamdar, T. Koch, R. Rapoport, J. T. Dixon, J. A. Probolus, E. Cram and V. L. Bautch, Yolk sac-derived murine macrophage cell line has a counterpart during ES cell differentiation, Developmental Dynamics 210, 487 - 497 (1997).

  25. M. Inamdar, K.VijayRaghavan and V.Rodrigues, The Drosophila homolog of the human transcription factor TEF-1, SCALLOPED, is essential for the normal taste behavior, J. Neurogenetics 9, 123 - 139 (1993).

  26. S. Campbell, M. Inamdar, V. Rodrigues, K. VijayRaghavan, M. Palazzolo and A.Chovnick, The scalloped gene encodes a novel, evolutionarily conserved transcription factor required for sensory organ differentiation in Drosophila, Genes and Development 6, 367 - 379 (1992).

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