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Arsalan Daudi Department of Plant Pathology, University of California, Davis, CA, USA
137 protocols

Cristina Rohena UCSD
1 protocol

HongLok Lung Department of Clinical Oncology and Center for Cancer Research, The University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong SAR
56 protocols

Ralph Boettcher Molecular Medicine Division, Max Planck Institute for Biochemistry, Germany
18 protocols

Vikash Verma
  • Research associate, University of Massachusetts
Research focus
  • Cell biology
  • Mitosis, Cytokinesis, Kinetochore, Chromosome Dynamics, DNA Origami
Contributions
  • 5 Reviewer merit

Education

Ph.D., Friedrich Miescher Laboratory of the Max Planck Society

Publications

I. Kulemzina, K. Ang, J.T. Teh, X. Zhao, V. Verma, S. Suranthran, A. P. Chavda, R. G. Huber, B. Eisenhaber, F. Eisenhaber, J. Yen, and D. Ivanov. “A reversible association between Smc coiled coils is regulated by lysine acetylation and is required for cohesin loading on the DNA.” Molecular Cell, 15, 1044-54, (2016).

V. Verma, L. Mallik, R. F. Hariadi, S. Sivaramakrishnan, G. Skiniotis, and A. P. Joglekar. “Maximizing protein hybridization efficiency on multisite DNA origami scaffolds using protein dimerization.” PLoS One, 10(9): e0137125, (2015).

I. Kulemzina, M. Schumacher, V. Verma, J. Reiter, J. Metzler, A. V. Failla, C. Lanza, V. T. Sreedharan, G. Rätsch, and D. Ivanov. ‘‘Cohesin rings devoid of Scc3 and Pds5 maintain their stable association with the DNA.’’ PLoS Genetics, 8(8): e1002856, (2012).

A. Maheshwari, V. K. Verma*, and T. K. Chaudhuri. “Equilibrium and kinetics of the unfolding and refolding of Escherichia coli Malate Synthase G monitored by circular dichroism and fluorescence spectroscopy.” Biochimie, 92, 491-498, (2010).
*Equal contribution

T. K. Chaudhuri V. K. Verma and A. Maheshwari. “GroEL assisted folding of large polypeptide substrates in Escherichia coli: Present scenario and assignments for the future.’’
Progress in Biophysics and Molecular Biology, 99, 42-50, (2009).

5 Protocols reviewed
Relative Stiffness Measurements of Tumour Tissues by Shear Rheology
Authors:  Chris D. Madsen and Thomas R. Cox, date: 05/05/2017, view: 966, Q&A: 0
The microenvironment of solid tumours is a critical contributor to the progression of tumours and offers a promising target for therapeutic intervention (Cox and Erler, 2011; Barker et al., 2012; Cox et al., 2016; Cox and Erler, ...
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Relative Stiffness Measurements of Cell-embedded Hydrogels by Shear Rheology in vitro
Authors:  Thomas R. Cox and Chris D. Madsen, date: 01/05/2017, view: 1831, Q&A: 0
Hydrogel systems composed of purified extracellular matrix (ECM) components (such as collagen, fibrin, Matrigel, and methylcellulose) are a mainstay of cell and molecular biology research. They are used extensively in many applications including ...
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