Amal Kanti Bera
Amal Kanti Bera
Department of Biotechnology, IIT Madras
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GABAA receptor M2–M3 loop secondary structure and changes in accessibility during channel gating
AK Bera, M Chatav, MH Akabas
Journal of Biological Chemistry 277 (45), 43002-43010, 2002
RGS proteins provide biochemical control of agonist-evoked [Ca2+] i oscillations
X Luo, S Popov, AK Bera, TM Wilkie, S Muallem
Molecular cell 7 (3), 651-660, 2001
Mitochondrial VDAC can be phosphorylated by cyclic AMP-dependent protein kinase
AK Bera, S Ghosh, S Das
Biochemical and biophysical research communications 209 (1), 213-217, 1995
P2X7 Receptor–Pannexin 1 Hemichannel Association: Effect of Extracellular Calcium on Membrane Permeabilization
V Poornima, M Madhupriya, S Kootar, G Sujatha, A Kumar, AK Bera
Journal of Molecular Neuroscience 46, 585-594, 2012
Pannexins form gap junctions with electrophysiological and pharmacological properties distinct from connexins
G Sahu, S Sukumaran, AK Bera
Scientific reports 4 (1), 4955, 2014
Hopping-mediated anion transport through a mannitol-based rosette ion channel
T Saha, S Dasari, D Tewari, A Prathap, KM Sureshan, AK Bera, ...
Journal of the American Chemical Society 136 (40), 14128-14135, 2014
Hemichannels: permeants and their effect on development, physiology and death
A Chandrasekhar, AK Bera
Cell biochemistry and function 30 (2), 89-100, 2012
Heterologous Facilitation of G Protein-Activated K+ Channels by β-Adrenergic Stimulation via Camp-Dependent Protein Kinase
C Müllner, D Vorobiov, AK Bera, Y Uezono, D Yakubovich, ...
The Journal of general physiology 115 (5), 547-558, 2000
Dual mode of gating of voltage-dependent anion channel as revealed by phosphorylation
AK Bera, S Ghosh
Journal of Structural Biology 135 (1), 67-72, 2001
Coupling of the Muscarinic m2 Receptor to G Protein-activated K+ Channels via Gαz and a Receptor-Gαz Fusion Protein: FUSION BETWEEN THE RECEPTOR AND GαzELIMINATES CATALYTIC …
D Vorobiov, AK Bera, T Keren-Raifman, R Barzilai, N Dascal
Journal of Biological Chemistry 275 (6), 4166-4170, 2000
SLC7A11/xCT is a target of miR-5096 and its restoration partially rescues miR-5096-mediated ferroptosis and anti-tumor effects in human breast cancer cells
P Yadav, P Sharma, S Sundaram, G Venkatraman, AK Bera, ...
Cancer Letters 522, 211-224, 2021
Modulation of the mitochondrial voltage dependent anion channel (VDAC) by curcumin
D Tewari, T Ahmed, VR Chirasani, PK Singh, SK Maji, S Senapati, ...
Biochimica Et Biophysica Acta (BBA)-Biomembranes 1848 (1), 151-158, 2015
Molecular interactions of the physiological anti-hypertensive peptide catestatin with the neuronal nicotinic acetylcholine receptor
BS Sahu, JM Obbineni, G Sahu, PK Singh, PJ Sonawane, BK Sasi, ...
Journal of cell science 125 (9), 2323-2337, 2012
Tipping off endothelial tubes: nitric oxide drives tip cells
MK Priya, G Sahu, DR Soto-Pantoja, N Goldy, AM Sundaresan, V Jadhav, ...
Angiogenesis 18, 175-189, 2015
Amino acid substitution in α‐helix 7 of Cry1Ac δ‐endotoxin of Bacillus thuringiensis leads to enhanced toxicity to Helicoverpa armigera Hubner
A Chandra, P Ghosh, AD Mandaokar, AK Bera, RP Sharma, S Das, ...
FEBS letters 458 (2), 175-179, 1999
Application of tungsten disulfide quantum dot-conjugated antimicrobial peptides in bio-imaging and antimicrobial therapy
SA Mohid, A Ghorai, H Ilyas, KH Mroue, G Narayanan, A Sarkar, SK Ray, ...
Colloids and Surfaces B: Biointerfaces 176, 360-370, 2019
Nitric oxide inhibits the pannexin 1 channel through a cGMP–PKG dependent pathway
V Poornima, S Vallabhaneni, M Mukhopadhyay, AK Bera
Nitric oxide 47, 77-84, 2015
Aspirin induces cell death by directly modulating mitochondrial voltage-dependent anion channel (VDAC)
D Tewari, D Majumdar, S Vallabhaneni, AK Bera
Scientific Reports 7 (1), 45184, 2017
Gentiana lutea exerts anti-atherosclerotic effects by preventing endothelial inflammation and smooth muscle cell migration
R Kesavan, S Chandel, S Upadhyay, R Bendre, R Ganugula, ...
Nutrition, Metabolism and Cardiovascular Diseases 26 (4), 293-301, 2016
Expression levels of RGS7 and RGS4 proteins determine the mode of regulation of the G protein-activated K+ channel and control regulation of RGS7 by Gβ5
T Keren-Raifman, AK Bera, D Zveig, S Peleg, DS Witherow, VZ Slepak, ...
FEBS letters 492 (1-2), 20-28, 2001
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