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Rahul Srinivasan, Ph.D.

California Institute of Technology # of Grants: 1

Grants

Subcellular basis of nicotine-induced receptor upregulation 2009 (Cycle 18) $135,000
Nicotine Dependence Postdoctoral Fellowship Awards
Publications

Nicotine up-regulates a4B2 nicotinic receptors and ER exit sites via stoichiometry-dependent_x000d_ chaperoning
Periodical: Journal of General Physiology Index Medicus:
Authors: Srinivasan R, Pantoja R, Moss FJ, et al. ART
Yr: 2011 Vol: 137 Nbr: 1 Abs: Pg: 59-79

Trafficking of a4* nicotinic receptors revealed by superecliptic phluorin: effects of a B4 amyotrophic lateral sclerosis-associated mutation and chronic exposure to nicotine
Periodical: Journal of Biological Chemistry Index Medicus:
Authors: Richards CI, Srinivasan R, Xiao C, Mackey ED, Miwa JM, Lester HA. ART
Yr: 2011 Vol: 286 Nbr: 36 Abs: Pg: 31241-31249

Characterizing functional a6B2 nicotinic acetylcholine receptors in vitro: mutant B2 subunits improve membrane expression, and fluorescent proteins reveal responsive cells.
Periodical: Biochemical Pharmacology Index Medicus:
Authors: Xiao C *, Srinivasan R *, Drenan RM, Mackey ED, McIntosh JM, Lester HA. ART
Yr: 2011 Vol: 82 Nbr: 8 Abs: Pg: 852-861

Pharmacological chaperoning of nicotinic acetylcholine receptors reduces the_x000d_ endoplasmic reticulum stress response
Periodical: Molecular Pharmacology Index Medicus:
Authors: Srinivasan R, Richards CI, Xiao C, et al. ART
Yr: 2012 Vol: 81 Nbr: 6 Abs: Pg: 759-769

Forster Resonance Energy Transfer (FRET) Correlates of Altered Subunit Stoichiometry in Cys-Loop Receptors, Exemplified by Nicotinic a4B2.
Periodical: International Journal of Molecular Sciences Index Medicus:
Authors: Srinivasan R, Richards CI, Dilworth C, Moss Fl, Dougherty DA, Lester HA ART
Yr: 2012 Vol: 13 Nbr: 8 Abs: Pg: 10022-10040

Psychiatric Drugs Bind to Classical Targets Within Early Exocytotic Pathways:_x000d_ Therapeutic Effects
Periodical: Biological Psychiatry Index Medicus:
Authors: Lester HA, Miwa JM, Srinivasan R. ART
Yr: Vol: Nbr: Abs: Pg: