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Journal Article

Kakade, Pallavi and Sadhale, Parag and Sanyal, Kaustuv and Nagaraja, Valakunja (2016) ZCF32, a fungus specific Zn(II)2 Cys6 transcription factor, is a repressor of the biofilm development in the human pathogen Candida albicans. In: SCIENTIFIC REPORTS, 6 .

Kakade, Pallavi and Sadhale, Parag and Sanyal, Kaustuv and Nagaraja, Valakunja (2016) ZCF32, a fungus specific Zn(II)2 Cys6 transcription factor, is a repressor of the biofilm development in the human pathogen Candida albicans. In: SCIENTIFIC REPORTS, 6 .

Khan, Krishnendu and Madhavan, Vipin TP and Kshirsagar, Rucha and Boosi, Kannan N and Sadhale, Parag and Muniyappa, K (2013) N-Terminal disordered domain of saccharomyces cerevisiae Hop1 protein Is dispensable for DNA binding, bridging, and synapsis of double-stranded DNA molecules but is ecessary for spore formation. In: Biochemistry, 52 (31). pp. 5265-5279.

Khan, Krishnendu and Madhavan, Vipin TP and Kshirsagar, Rucha and Boosi, Kannan N and Sadhale, Parag and Muniyappa, K (2013) N-Terminal Disordered Domain of Saccharomyces cerevisiae Hop1 Protein Is Dispensable for DNA Binding, Bridging, and Synapsis of Double-Stranded DNA Molecules But Is Necessary for Spore Formation. In: BIOCHEMISTRY, 52 (31). pp. 5265-5279.

Verma-Gaur, Jiyoti and Rao, Sudha Narayana and Taya, Toshiki and Sadhale, Parag (2008) Genomewide recruitment analysis of Rpb4, a subunit of polymerase II in Saccharomyces cerevisiae, reveals its involvement in transcription elongation. In: Eukaryotic Cell, 7 (6). pp. 1009-1018.

Sadhale, Parag and Verma, Jiyoti and Naorem, Aruna (2007) Basal transcription machinery: role in regulation of stress response in eukaryotes. In: Journal of Biosciences, 32 (3). pp. 569-578.

Sampath, Vinaya and Sadhale, Parag (2005) Rpb4 and Rpb7: A Sub-complex Integral to Multi-subunit RNA Polymerases Performs a Multitude of Functions. In: International Union of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology: Li, 57 (2). pp. 93-102.

Singh, Sunanda R and Rekha, Nambudiry and Pillai, Beena and Singh, Vijender and Naorem, Aruna and Sampath, Vinaya and Srinivasan, N and Sadhale, Parag (2004) Domainal organization of the lower eukaryotic homologs of the yeast RNA polymerase II core subunit Rpb7 reflects functional conservation. In: Nucleic Acids Research, 32 (1). pp. 201-210.

Sampath, Vinaya and Rekha, Nambudiry and Srinivasan, N and Sadhale, Parag (2003) The Conserved and Non-conserved Regions of Rpb4 Are Involved in Multiple Phenotypes in Saccharomyces cerevisiae. In: The Journal of Biological Chemistry, 278 (51). pp. 51566-51576.

Pillai, Beena and Sampath, Vinaya and Sharma, Nimisha and Sadhale, Parag (2001) Rpb4, a non-essential subunit of core RNA polymerase II of Saccharomyces cerevisiae is important for activated transcription of a subset of genes. In: Journal of Biological Chemistry, 276 (33). pp. 30641-30647.

Sadhale, Parag and Sharma, Nimisha and Beena, P and Katoch, Aparna and Acharya, Narottam and Singh, Sanjay K (1998) Modulation of polymerase II composition: A possible mode of transcriptional regulation of stress response in eukaryotes. In: Journal of Biosciences, 23 (04). pp. 331-335.

Editorials/Short Communications

Pillai, B and Sampath, V and Singh, V and Singh, S and Sadhale, Parag (2001) Regulatory roles for two RNA polymerase II subunits-RPB4 and RPB7 in stress response of Saccharomyces cerevisiae. In: YEAST, 18 . S186-S186.

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