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Neha Nagpal, Ph.D.

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  1. Nagpal N, Agarwal S. Telomerase RNA processing: Implications for human health and disease. Stem Cells. 2020 Sep 01. PMID: 32875693.
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  2. Nagpal N, Wang J, Zeng J, Lo E, Moon DH, Luk K, Braun RO, Burroughs LM, Keel SB, Reilly C, Lindsley RC, Wolfe SA, Tai AK, Cahan P, Bauer DE, Fong YW, Agarwal S. Small-Molecule PAPD5 Inhibitors Restore Telomerase Activity in Patient Stem Cells. Cell Stem Cell. 2020 Jun 04; 26(6):896-909.e8. PMID: 32320679.
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  3. Nagpal N, Gordon-Elliott J, Lipner S. Comparison of quality of life and illness perception among patients with acne, eczema, and psoriasis. Dermatol Online J. 2019 May 15; 25(5). PMID: 31220893.
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  4. Nagpal N, Sharma S, Maji S, Durante G, Ferracin M, Thakur JK, Kulshreshtha R. Essential role of MED1 in the transcriptional regulation of ER-dependent oncogenic miRNAs in breast cancer. Sci Rep. 2018 08 07; 8(1):11805. PMID: 30087366.
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  5. Sharma S, Nagpal N, Ghosh PC, Kulshreshtha R. P53-miR-191-SOX4 regulatory loop affects apoptosis in breast cancer. RNA. 2017 08; 23(8):1237-1246. PMID: 28450532.
    Citations: 1     Fields:    Translation:HumansCells
  6. Nagpal N, Boutin-Foster C, Melendez J, Kubiszeswki P, Uehara K, Offidani E, Faussett Z, Chen R, Redel C, Waltrous C, Smith B. Experiences of patients undergoing dialysis who are from ethnic and racial minorities. J Ren Care. 2017 Mar; 43(1):29-36. PMID: 27977065.
    Citations: 2     Fields:    Translation:Humans
  7. Nagpal N, Goyal S, Dhanjal JK, Ye L, Kaul SC, Wadhwa R, Chaturvedi R, Grover A. Molecular dynamics-based identification of novel natural mortalin-p53 abrogators as anticancer agents. J Recept Signal Transduct Res. 2017 Feb; 37(1):8-16. PMID: 27380217.
    Citations: 1     Fields:    Translation:HumansCells
  8. Nagpal N, Goyal S, Wahi D, Jain R, Jamal S, Singh A, Rana P, Grover A. Molecular principles behind Boceprevir resistance due to mutations in hepatitis C NS3/4A protease. Gene. 2015 Oct 01; 570(1):115-21. PMID: 26055089.
    Citations: 5     Fields:    Translation:Cells
  9. Nagpal N, Ahmad HM, Chameettachal S, Sundar D, Ghosh S, Kulshreshtha R. HIF-inducible miR-191 promotes migration in breast cancer through complex regulation of TGFß-signaling in hypoxic microenvironment. Sci Rep. 2015 Apr 13; 5:9650. PMID: 25867965.
    Citations: 16     Fields:    Translation:HumansCells
  10. Nagpal N, Heid AR, Zarit SH, Whitlatch CJ. Religiosity and quality of life: a dyadic perspective of individuals with dementia and their caregivers. Aging Ment Health. 2015; 19(6):500-6. PMID: 25188724.
    Citations: 2     Fields:    Translation:Humans
  11. Nagpal N, Kulshreshtha R. miR-191: an emerging player in disease biology. Front Genet. 2014; 5:99. PMID: 24795757.
    Citations: 28     
  12. Nagpal N, Ahmad HM, Molparia B, Kulshreshtha R. MicroRNA-191, an estrogen-responsive microRNA, functions as an oncogenic regulator in human breast cancer. Carcinogenesis. 2013 Aug; 34(8):1889-99. PMID: 23542418.
    Citations: 35     Fields:    Translation:HumansCells
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Funded by the NIH National Center for Advancing Translational Sciences through its Clinical and Translational Science Awards Program, grant number UL1TR002541.