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27. Kasera H. and Singh P. PLK4 homodimerization is required for CEP152 centrosome localization and spindle organization. bioRxiv, 2023, doi: 10.1101/2023.11.06.565834 

26. Kasera H., Shekhawat R. S., Yadav P. and Singh P. Gene expression profiling and protein–protein network analysis revealed prognostic hub biomarkers linking cancer risk in type 2 diabetic patients.  Scientific Reports, 2023, 22605.

25. Jaiswal S., Srishti S. and Singh P. Separation-of-function MCPH-associated mutations in CPAP affect centriole number and length. Journal of Cell Science, 2023,136, jcs261297.

24. Jaiswal S., Parida S. K., Murarka S. and Singh P.  Development of S-aryl dithiocarbamate derived novel antiproliferative compound exhibiting tubulin bundling. Bioorganic & Medicinal Chemistry, 2022, 68, 116874.

23. Parida S. K., Hota S. K., Jaiswal S., Singh P. and Murarka S. Multicomponent Synthesis of Biologically Relevant S-Diarylmethane Dithiocarbamates Using p-Quinone Methides.  Advance Synthesis & Catalysis, 2022, doi: 10.1002/adsc.202200029 (Very Important Publication)

22. Kasera H., Kumar S., and Singh P. Yeast 2-hybrid assay for investigating the interaction between the
centrosome proteins PLK4 and STIL. Methods in Cell Biology, 2022, https://doi.org/10.1016/bs.mcb.2021.12.003

21. Modi A., · Purohit P., Roy D. Vishnoi J. R., Pareek P., Elhence P., Singh P., Sharma S., Sharma P. and Misra S. FOXM1 mediates GDF‑15 dependent stemness and intrinsic drug resistance in breast cancer. Molecular Biology Reports, 2022 https://doi.org/10.1007/s11033-021-07102-5

20. Parida S.,K.,  Jaiswal S., Singh P, Murarka S. Multicomponent synthesis of biologically relevant S-aryl dithiocarbamates using diaryliodonium salts. Organic Letters, 2021, 23, 16, 6401–6406

19. Jaiswal S., Kasera H., Jain S., Khandelwal S. and Singh P.. Centrosome: A Microtubule Nucleating Cellular Machinery. Journal of Indian Institute of Science, 2021, 101, 5-18. 

18. Singh P.#, Pesenti E. M.#, Maffini S., Petrovic A., Srinivasamani A., Bange T. and Musacchio A.  BUB1 and CENP-U, primed by CDK1, are the main PLK1 kinetochore receptors in mitosis. Molecular Cell, 2021, 81, 67-87.e9. 

17. Gallaud E., Nair R. A., Horsley N., Monnard A. Singh P., Pham TT, Garcia D S, Ferrand A and Cabernard C Dynamic centriolar localization of Polo and Centrobin in early mitosis primes centrosome asymmetry. PLOS Biology 2020, 18 (8), e3000762. 

16. Jaiswal S. and Singh P.. Centrosome dysfunction in human diseases. Seminars in Cell & Developmental Biology, 2020, doi: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.semcdb.2020.04.019

15. Shahid U. and Singh P. Emerging Picture of Deuterosome-Dependent Centriole Amplification in MCCs (2018). Cells, 2018, 7, 152.

 

14. Gallaud E., Nair A. R., Monnard A., Singh P., Pham T., Garcia S. D., Ferrand A. and Cabernard C. A centrosome asymmetry switch in fly neural stem cells . bioRxiv, 2018, doi: https://doi.org/10.1101/249375.

13. Pan D., Klare K., Petrovic A., Take A., Walstein K., Singh P., Rondelet A. and Musacchio A. CDK regulated dimerization of M18BP1 on a Mis18 hexamer is necessary for CENP-A loading . eLife, 2017, 6:e23352. 

12. Huis in ’t Veld P.J.*, Jeganathan S.*, Petrovic A., Singh P., John J., Weissmann F., Bange T. and Musacchio A. Molecular basis of outer kinetochore assembly on CDK-regulated CENP-T . eLife, 2016, 5:e21007.

11. Nair A. R., Singh P., Garcia S. D., Crespo R. D., Egger B. and Cabernard C. The microcephaly associated protein WDR62/CG7337 is required to maintain centrosome asymmetry in Drosophila neuroblasts Cell Reports, 2016, 14, 1100-1113.

 

10. Chen J.V., Kao L-R., Jana C.S., Sivan-Loukianova E., Cabrera A. O., Singh P., Cabernard C., Eberl D. F., Bettencourt-Dias M., and Megraw L. T. Rootletin organizes the ciliary rootlet to achieve sensory neuron function in Drosophila . The Journal of Cell Biology, 2015, 211, 435-53. 

9. Biyanee A., Singh P. and Klempnauer KH . Translation, Pdcd4 and eIF4A. Oncoscience, 2015, 2, 731-732.

8. Biyanee A., Ohnheiser J., Singh P. and Klempnauer KH.  A novel mechanism for the control of translation of specific mRNAs by tumor suppressor protein Pdcd4: Inhibition of translation elongation. Oncogene, 2015, 34, 1384-92. 

7. Singh P., Ramdas A.N. and Cabernard C. The centriolar protein Bld10/Cep135 regulate centrosome asymmetry in Drosophila neuroblasts.  Current Biology, 2014, 24, 1548-1555.

6. Fehler O., Singh P., Ulrich D., Haas A., Mueller J., Ohnheiser J. and Klempnauer KH  An evolutionary conserved interaction of tumor suppressor protein Pdcd4 with the poly(A)-binding protein contributes to translation suppression by Pdcd4. Nucleic Acid Research, 2014, 42, 11107-18. 

5. Singh P. and Cabernard C. Neurogenesis: premature mitotic entry lets cleavage planes take off! Current Biology, 2012, 22, R25-8. 

4. Wedeken L, Singh P. and Klempnauer KH. Tumor suppressor protein Pdcd4 inhibits the translation of p53 mRNA. The Journal of Biological Chemistry, 2011, 286, 42855-62. 

3. Singh P., Wedeken L., Waters L., Carr M. and Klempnauer KH. Pdcd4 directly binds the coding region of c-myb mRNA and suppresses its translation. Oncogene, 2011, 30, 4864-73. 

2. Singh P., Marikkannu R., Bitomsky N. and Klempnauer KH. Disruption of the Pdcd4 tumor suppressor gene in chicken DT40 cells reveals its role in the DNA-damage response. Oncogene, 2009, 28, 3758–3764. 

1. Kanodia S.#, Agarwal S.#, Singh P.#, Agarwal S., Singh P. and Bhatnagar R. Biochemical characterization of Alanine racemase-a spore protein produced by Bacillus anthracis. BMB reports, 2009, 42, 47-52. #Equal contribution.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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