Niharika Nath
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The dual role of iNOS in cancer
F Vannini, K Kashfi, N Nath
Redox biology 6, 334-343, 2015
Prohibitin, a potential tumor suppressor, interacts with RB and regulates E2F function
S Wang, N Nath, M Adlam, S Chellappan
Oncogene 18 (23), 3501-3510, 1999
Rb and prohibitin target distinct regions of E2F1 for repression and respond to different upstream signals
S Wang, N Nath, G Fusaro, S Chellappan
Molecular and cellular biology 19 (11), 7447-7460, 1999
PAK5, a new brain-specific kinase, promotes neurite outgrowth in N1E-115 cells
C Dan, N Nath, M Liberto, A Minden
Molecular and cellular biology 22 (2), 567-577, 2002
Nitric oxide-donating aspirin inhibits β-catenin/T cell factor (TCF) signaling in SW480 colon cancer cells by disrupting the nuclear β-catenin–TCF association
N Nath, K Kashfi, J Chen, B Rigas
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 100 (22), 12584-12589, 2003
Regulation of Rb and E2F by signal transduction cascades: divergent effects of JNK1 and p38 kinases
S Wang, N Nath, A Minden, S Chellappan
The EMBO journal 18 (6), 1559-1570, 1999
Growth inhibition of human colon cancer cells by nitric oxide (NO)-donating aspirin is associated with cyclooxygenase-2 induction and β-catenin/T-cell factor signaling, nuclear …
JL Williams, N Nath, J Chen, TR Hundley, J Gao, L Kopelovich, K Kashfi, ...
Cancer research 63 (22), 7613-7618, 2003
Hydrogen sulfide-releasing NSAIDs inhibit the growth of human cancer cells: a general property and evidence of a tissue type-independent effect
M Chattopadhyay, R Kodela, N Nath, YM Dastagirzada, ...
Biochemical pharmacology 83 (6), 715-722, 2012
Hydrogen sulfide-releasing aspirin suppresses NF-κB signaling in estrogen receptor negative breast cancer cells in vitro and in vivo
M Chattopadhyay, R Kodela, N Nath, A Barsegian, D Boring, K Kashfi
Biochemical pharmacology 83 (6), 723-732, 2012
Regulation of neuron survival and death by p130 and associated chromatin modifiers
DX Liu, N Nath, SP Chellappan, LA Greene
Genes & development 19 (6), 719-732, 2005
Apoptotic and mitogenic stimuli inactivate Rb by differential utilization of p38 and cyclin-dependent kinases
N Nath, S Wang, V Betts, E Knudsen, S Chellappan
Oncogene 22 (38), 5986-5994, 2003
Nitro-aspirin inhibits MCF-7 breast cancer cell growth: effects on COX-2 expression and Wnt/β-catenin/TCF-4 signaling
N Nath, R Vassell, M Chattopadhyay, M Kogan, K Kashfi
Biochemical pharmacology 78 (10), 1298-1304, 2009
NO-donating aspirin inhibits the growth of leukemic Jurkat cells and modulates β-catenin expression
N Nath, G Labaze, B Rigas, K Kashfi
Biochemical and biophysical research communications 326 (1), 93-99, 2004
JS-K; a nitric oxide-releasing prodrug, modulates β-catenin/TCF signaling in leukemic Jurkat cells: Evidence of an S-nitrosylated mechanism
N Nath, M Chattopadhyay, L Pospishil, LZ Cieciura, S Goswami, R Kodela, ...
Biochemical pharmacology 80 (11), 1641-1649, 2010
Plasmids of corynebacteria
JK Deb, N Nath
FEMS microbiology letters 175 (1), 11-20, 1999
Hydrogen sulfide-releasing aspirin modulates xenobiotic metabolizing enzymes in vitro and in vivo
M Chattopadhyay, R Kodela, N Nath, CR Street, CA Velázquez-Martínez, ...
Biochemical Pharmacology 83 (6), 733-740, 2012
HLA class I-mediated induction of cell proliferation involves cyclin E-mediated inactivation of Rb function and induction of E2F activity
N Nath, H Bian, EF Reed, SP Chellappan
The Journal of Immunology 162 (9), 5351-5358, 1999
Hydrogen sulfide-releasing naproxen suppresses colon cancer cell growth and inhibits NF-κB signaling
R Kodela, N Nath, M Chattopadhyay, DE Nesbitt, CA Velázquez-Martínez, ...
Drug design, development and therapy 9, 4873, 2015
Tumor associated macrophages and ‘NO’
N Nath, K Kashfi
Biochemical Pharmacology 176, 113899, 2020
Hydrogen sulfide-releasing aspirin inhibits the growth of leukemic Jurkat cells and modulates β-catenin expression
M Chattopadhyay, N Nath, R Kodela, T Sobocki, S Metkar, ZY Gan, ...
Leukemia research 37 (10), 1302-1308, 2013
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