Subhrangsu Chatterjee

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Aggregation of proteins with the expansion of polyglutamine tracts in the brain underlies progressive genetic neurodegenerative diseases (NDs) like Huntington's disease and spinocerebellar ataxias (SCA). An insensitive cellular proteotoxic stress response to non-native protein oligomers is common in such conditions. Indeed, upregulation of heat shock factor(More)
The efficacy of cancer chemotherapeutics is limited by side effects resulting from narrow therapeutic windows between the anticancer activity of a drug and its cytotoxicity. Thus identification of small molecules that can selectively target cancer cells has gained major interest. Cancer cells under stress utilize the Unfolded protein response (UPR) as an(More)
p53 preserves genomic integrity by restricting anomaly at the gene level. Till date, limited information is available for cytosol to nuclear shuttling of p53; except microtubule-based trafficking route, which utilizes minus-end directed motor dynein. The present study suggests that monomeric actin (G-actin) guides p53 traffic towards the nucleus.(More)
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