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Shalaka Mulherkar
Shalaka Mulherkar
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A multimodal cell census and atlas of the mammalian primary motor cortex
Principal manuscript editors, Analysis coordination, ...
Nature 598 (7879), 86-102, 2021
2622021
Phenotypic variation of transcriptomic cell types in mouse motor cortex
F Scala, D Kobak, M Bernabucci, Y Bernaerts, CR Cadwell, JR Castro, ...
Nature 598 (7879), 144-150, 2021
2462021
Oxidative stress promotes mutant huntingtin aggregation and mutant huntingtin-dependent cell death by mimicking proteasomal malfunction
A Goswami, P Dikshit, A Mishra, S Mulherkar, N Nukina, NR Jana
Biochemical and biophysical research communications 342 (1), 184-190, 2006
1472006
Dynamic control of excitatory synapse development by a Rac1 GEF/GAP regulatory complex
K Um, S Niu, JG Duman, JX Cheng, YK Tu, B Schwechter, F Liu, L Hiles, ...
Developmental cell 29 (6), 701-715, 2014
852014
Mechanisms for spatiotemporal regulation of Rho-GTPase signaling at synapses
JG Duman, S Mulherkar, YK Tu, JX Cheng, KF Tolias
Neuroscience letters 601, 4-10, 2015
832015
The ubiquitin ligase E6‐AP promotes degradation of α‐synuclein
SA Mulherkar, J Sharma, NR Jana
Journal of neurochemistry 110 (6), 1955-1964, 2009
742009
RhoA-ROCK signaling as a therapeutic target in traumatic brain injury
S Mulherkar, KF Tolias
Cells 9 (1), 245, 2020
732020
Loss of dopaminergic neurons and resulting behavioural deficits in mouse model of Angelman syndrome
SA Mulherkar, NR Jana
Neurobiology of disease 40 (3), 586-592, 2010
692010
RhoA-ROCK inhibition reverses synaptic remodeling and motor and cognitive deficits caused by traumatic brain injury
S Mulherkar, K Firozi, W Huang, MD Uddin, RJ Grill, M Costa-Mattioli, ...
Scientific reports 7 (1), 10689, 2017
532017
Memantine prevents acute radiation-induced toxicities at hippocampal excitatory synapses
JG Duman, J Dinh, W Zhou, H Cham, VC Mavratsas, M Pavešković, ...
Neuro-oncology 20 (5), 655-665, 2018
502018
Malin regulates Wnt signaling pathway through degradation of dishevelled2
J Sharma, S Mulherkar, D Mukherjee, NR Jana
Journal of Biological Chemistry 287 (9), 6830-6839, 2012
492012
Cell type composition and circuit organization of clonally related excitatory neurons in the juvenile mouse neocortex
CR Cadwell, F Scala, PG Fahey, D Kobak, S Mulherkar, FH Sinz, ...
Elife 9, e52951, 2020
412020
The small GTPases RhoA and Rac1 regulate cerebellar development by controlling cell morphogenesis, migration and foliation
S Mulherkar, MD Uddin, AD Couvillon, RV Sillitoe, KF Tolias
Developmental biology 394 (1), 39-53, 2014
352014
A multimodal cell census and atlas of the mammalian primary motor cortex
BRAIN Initiative Cell Census Network (BICCN), RS Adkins, AI Aldridge, ...
Biorxiv, 2020.10. 19.343129, 2020
222020
The Rac-GEF Tiam1 promotes dendrite and synapse stabilization of dentate granule cells and restricts hippocampal-dependent memory functions
J Cheng, F Scala, FA Blanco, S Niu, K Firozi, L Keehan, S Mulherkar, ...
Journal of Neuroscience 41 (6), 1191-1206, 2021
202021
The adhesion-GPCR BAI1 shapes dendritic arbors via Bcr-mediated RhoA activation causing late growth arrest
JG Duman, S Mulherkar, YK Tu, KC Erikson, CP Tzeng, VC Mavratsas, ...
Elife 8, e47566, 2019
202019
The small GTPase RhoA is required for proper locomotor circuit assembly
S Mulherkar, F Liu, Q Chen, A Narayanan, AD Couvillon, HD Shine, ...
PloS one 8 (6), e67015, 2013
192013
Rac-maninoff and Rho-vel: The symphony of Rho-GTPase signaling at excitatory synapses
JG Duman, FA Blanco, CA Cronkite, Q Ru, KC Erikson, S Mulherkar, ...
Small GTPases 13 (1), 14-47, 2022
182022
Calpain activity is negatively regulated by a KCTD7–Cullin-3 complex via non-degradative ubiquitination
J Sharma, S Mulherkar, UI Chen, Y Xiong, L Bajaj, BK Cho, YA Goo, ...
Cell Discovery 9 (1), 32, 2023
2023
CHARACTERIZATION OF MOTOR DEFICITS IN A MOUSE MODEL OF ANGELMAN SYNDROME ROLE OF UBE3A or E6 AP IN DOPAMINERGIC NEURONS
SA Mulherkar
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