Shivashankar Group

Saradha VENKATACHALAPATHY

PhD Student, Mechanobiology Institute, National University of Singapore

E0018317@u.nus.edu
Level 10 T-Lab
National University of Singapore
5A Engineering Drive 1
Singapore 117411

RECENT RESEARCH

Saradha Venkatachalapathy

PhD Student

Principal Investigator

GV Shivashankar

Research Interests

Molecular Mechanisms of Mechanobiology

Recent Publications

  1. Damodaran K, Venkatachalapathy S, Alisafaei F, Radhakrishnan AV, Sharma Jokhun D, Shenoy VB, and Shivashankar GV. Compressive force induces reversible chromatin condensation and cell geometry dependent transcriptional response. Mol. Biol. Cell 2018;:mbcE18040256. [PMID: 30256731]
  2. Roy B, Venkatachalapathy S, Ratna P, Wang Y, Jokhun DS, Nagarajan M, and Shivashankar GV. Laterally confined growth of cells induces nuclear reprogramming in the absence of exogenous biochemical factors. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. U.S.A. 2018;. [PMID: 29735717]
  3. Belyaeva A, Venkatachalapathy S, Nagarajan M, Shivashankar GV, and Uhler C. Network analysis identifies chromosome intermingling regions as regulatory hotspots for transcription. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. U.S.A. 2017;. [PMID: 29229825]
  4. Radhakrishnan AV, Jokhun DS, Venkatachalapathy S, and Shivashankar GV. Nuclear Positioning and Its Translational Dynamics Are Regulated by Cell Geometry. Biophys. J. 2017; 112(9):1920-1928. [PMID: 28494962]
  5. Mitra A, Venkatachalapathy S, Ratna P, Wang Y, Jokhun DS, and Shivashankar GV. Cell geometry dictates TNFα-induced genome response. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. U.S.A. 2017;. [PMID: 28461498]
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About the National University of Singapore

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About the Mechanobiology Institute, National University of Singapore

About MBIOne of four Research Centres of Excellence at NUS, MBI is working to identify, measure and describe how the forces for motility and morphogenesis are expressed at the molecular, cellular and tissue level.