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Bhatnagar, Sanchita

Sanchita Bhatnagar

Primary Appointment

Biochemistry and Molecular Genetics

Contact Information

PO Box 800733
Charlottesville, VA 22908
Fax: (434)924-5069

Research Interests

Epigenetic Silencing Mechanisms-Implications in Breast Cancer and Rett Syndrome

Research Description

Selected Publications

Venkatesan AM, Vyas R, Gramann AK, Dresser K, Gujja S, Bhatnagar S, Chhangawala S, Gomes CBF, Xi HS, Lian CG, Houvras Y, Edwards YJK, Deng A, Green M, Ceol CJ, Ligand-activated BMP signaling inhibits cell differentiation and death to promote melanoma., 2017; The Journal of clinical investigation. 128(1) 294-308 PMID: 29202482 |

Bhatnagar S, Green MR, TRIMming down tumor suppressors in breast cancer., 2015; Cell cycle (Georgetown, Tex.). 14(9) 1345-6 PMID: 25790001 |

Bhatnagar S, Zhu X, Ou J, Lin L, Chamberlain L, Zhu LJ, Wajapeyee N, Green MR, Genetic and pharmacological reactivation of the mammalian inactive X chromosome., 2014; Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 111(35) 12591-8 PMID: 25136103 | PMCID: PMC4156765

Schorey JS, Bhatnagar S, Exosome function: from tumor immunology to pathogen biology., 2008; Traffic (Copenhagen, Denmark). 9(6) 871-81 PMID: 18331451 | PMCID: PMC3636814

Bhatnagar S, Shinagawa K, Castellino FJ, Schorey JS, Exosomes released from macrophages infected with intracellular pathogens stimulate a proinflammatory response in vitro and in vivo., 2007; Blood. 110(9) 3234-44 PMID: 17666571 | PMCID: PMC2200902

Bhatnagar S, Schorey JS, Exosomes released from infected macrophages contain Mycobacterium avium glycopeptidolipids and are proinflammatory., 2007; The Journal of biological chemistry. 282(35) 25779-89 PMID: 17591775 | PMCID: PMC3636815

Bhatnagar S, Schorey JS, Elevated mitogen-activated protein kinase signalling and increased macrophage activation in cells infected with a glycopeptidolipid-deficient Mycobacterium avium., 2005; Cellular microbiology. 8(1) 85-96 PMID: 16367868 |

Krzywinska E, Bhatnagar S, Sweet L, Chatterjee D, Schorey JS, Mycobacterium avium 104 deleted of the methyltransferase D gene by allelic replacement lacks serotype-specific glycopeptidolipids and shows attenuated virulence in mice., 2005; Molecular microbiology. 56(5) 1262-73 PMID: 15882419 |