Priyamvada Rajasethupathy

Columbia University, New York, NY 
"Priyamvada Rajasethupathy"
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Upinder Singh Bhalla research assistant NCBS
Eric R. Kandel grad student 2006-2012 Columbia
 (Novel Small-RNA Mediated Gene-Regulatory Mechanisms for Long-term Memory.)
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Nandi S, Chandramohan D, Fioriti L, et al. (2016) Roles for small noncoding RNAs in silencing of retrotransposons in the mammalian brain. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America
Rajasethupathy P, Ferenczi E, Deisseroth K. (2016) Targeting Neural Circuits. Cell. 165: 524-34
Sylwestrak EL, Rajasethupathy P, Wright MA, et al. (2016) Multiplexed Intact-Tissue Transcriptional Analysis at Cellular Resolution. Cell. 164: 792-804
Rajasethupathy P, Sankaran S, Marshel JH, et al. (2015) Projections from neocortex mediate top-down control of memory retrieval. Nature
Fiumara F, Rajasethupathy P, Antonov I, et al. (2015) MicroRNA-22 Gates Long-Term Heterosynaptic Plasticity in Aplysia through Presynaptic Regulation of CPEB and Downstream Targets. Cell Reports. 11: 1866-1875
Landry CD, Kandel ER, Rajasethupathy P. (2013) New mechanisms in memory storage: piRNAs and epigenetics. Trends in Neurosciences. 36: 535-42
Puthanveettil SV, Antonov I, Kalachikov S, et al. (2013) A strategy to capture and characterize the synaptic transcriptome. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 110: 7464-9
Rajasethupathy P, Antonov I, Sheridan R, et al. (2012) A role for neuronal piRNAs in the epigenetic control of memory-related synaptic plasticity. Cell. 149: 693-707
Rajasethupathy P, Fiumara F, Sheridan R, et al. (2009) Characterization of small RNAs in Aplysia reveals a role for miR-124 in constraining synaptic plasticity through CREB. Neuron. 63: 803-17
Rajasethupathy P, Vayttaden SJ, Bhalla US. (2005) Systems modeling: a pathway to drug discovery. Current Opinion in Chemical Biology. 9: 400-6
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