Publications

Publications from Krishnan's New Lab

  1. Elhasasna H, Khan R, Bhanumathy KK, Vizeacoumar FS, Walke P, Bautista M, Dahiya DK, Miranda V, Patel H, Balagopal A, Alli N, Krishnan A, Freywald A, Vizeacoumar FJ. (2022). A Drug Repurposing Screen Identifies Fludarabine Phosphate as a Potential Therapeutic Agent for N-MYC Overexpressing Neuroendocrine Prostate Cancers. Cells. 2022 Jul 20;11(14):2246.

  2. Bautista, M.,Krishnan, A. Self-renewal of peripheral nerve resident macrophage: Does it represent a unique activation status?, Neural Regen Res. 2022 May;17(5):999-1000.

  3. Dwivedi S, Bautista M, Shrestha S, Elhasasna H, Chaphekar T, Vizeacoumar FS, Krishnan A. Sympathetic signaling facilitates progression of neuroendocrine prostate cancer. Cell Death Discov. 2021 Nov 22;7(1):364. 

  4. Krishnan A, Dwivedi S, Chandrasekhar A, Areti A, Zochodne D. In vitro priming response in dorsal root ganglia partially mimics injury-driven pre-conditioning response and reprograms neurons for enhanced outgrowth. Mol Cell Neurosci. 2021 Jan;110:103573.

  5. Momeni Z, Bautista M, Neapetung J, Urban R, Yamamoto Y, Krishnan A, Campanucci V. RAGE signaling is required for AMPA receptor dysfunction in the hippocampus of hyperglycemic mice. Physiol Behav. 2021 Feb 1;229:113255.

  6. Dwivedi S, Krishnan A. Neural invasion: a scenic trail for the nervous tumor and hidden therapeutic opportunity. Am J Cancer Res. 2020;10(8):2258-2270.

  7. Bautista M and Krishnan A. The Autonomic Regulation of Tumor Growth and the Missing Links. Front Oncol. 2020 May 13; 10:744. 

Selected previous publications

  1. Chandrasekhar A, Komirishetty P, Areti A, Krishnan A, Zochodne DW. Dual Specificity Phosphatases Support Axon Plasticity and Viability. Mol Neurobiol. 2021 Jan;58(1):391-407

  2. Krishnan A, Bhavanam S, Zochodne DW. An intimate role for adult dorsal root ganglia resident cycling cells in the generation of local macrophages and satellite glial cells. J Neuropathol Exp Neurol. 2018 Oct 1;77(10):929-941). 

  3. Asahchop EL, Branton WG, Krishnan A, Chen PA, Yang D, Kong L, Zochodne DW, Brew BJ, Gill MJ, Power C. HIV-associated sensory polyneuropathy and neuronal injury are associated with miRNA-455-3p induction. JCI Insight.2018 Dec 6;3(23). 

  4. Krishnan A, Purdy K, Chandrasekhar A, Martinez J, Cheng C, Zochodne DW. A BRCA1 dependent DNA damage response in the regenerating adult peripheral nerve milieu. Mol Neurobiol. 2018 May;55(5):4051-4067.

  5. Krishnan A, Dhanya K, Saneesh Babu PS, Jagadeeshan S, Prasad M, Nair AS. Oncogenic actions of skp2 involve deregulation of cdk1 turnover mediated by FOXM1. J Cell Biochem 2017 Apr;118(4):797-807. 

  6. Krishnan A, Duraikannu A, Zochodne DW. Releasing 'brakes' to nerve regeneration: intrinsic molecular targets. Eur J Neurosci. 2016 Feb;43(3):297-308.

  7. Krishnan A, Zochodne DW. Is cytoplasmic-PTEN a specific target for neuronal survival? Mol Neurobiol. 2015 Dec;52(3):1758-64.

  8. Jagadeeshan S, Ramia YK, Singhal M, Subramanian A, Mavuluri J, Arivazhagan L, Arivazhagan R, Baskar G, Ravi M, Joseph LD, Sadasivan K, Krishnan A, Nair SA, Venkatraman G and.Rayala SK. Transcriptional Regulation of Fibronectin by Pak1 Modulate Pancreatic tumorigenesis. Oncogene. 2015 Jan 22;34(4):455-64.

  9. Christie KJ #, Krishnan A #, Martinez JA, Purdy K, Singh B, Eaton S, Zochodne D. Enhancing adult Nerve Regeneration through the knockdown of Retinoblastoma Protein.  Nat Commun. 2014 Apr 22; 5:3670 (#equal contribution). 

  10. Singh B, Singh V#, Krishnan A#, Koshy K, Martinez J, Cheng C, Almiquist C, Zochodne DW. Regeneration of diabetic axons is enhanced by selective knockdown of the PTEN gene. Brain. 2014 Apr; 137(Pt 4):1051-67. (#equal contribution) 

  11. Krishnan A. Neuregulin-1 type I: A hidden power within Schwann cells for triggering peripheral nerve remyelination. Sci. Signal. 2013; 6, jc1

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