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The Longevity-promoting Factor, TCER-1, Widely Represses Stress Resistance and Innate Immunity
Amrit FRG, Naim N, Ratnappan R, Loose J, Mason C, Steenberge L, McClendon BT, Wang G, Driscoll M, Yanowitz JL, Ghazi A
17 Jul 2019
See Also: PittHealthSciences/UPMC Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh news release
Proteomic Identification of Virulence-Related Factors in Young and Aging C. elegans Exposed to Pseudomonas aeruginosa
King CD, Singh D, Holden K, Govan AB, Keith SA, Ghazi A* and Robinson RASR*
Journal of Proteomics
2018 Jun 15
Analysis of C. elegans Transcriptomic Data by the Tuxedo Suite of the Galaxy Pipeline
Amrit FRG and Ghazi A*
Journal of Visual Experimentation
2017 Apr 8
Influences of Germline Cells on Organismal Lifespan and Healthspan
Amrit FRG and Ghazi A*
Invited, peer-reviewed chapter
C. elegans and its Contribution to our Understanding of Aging and Longevity
Editors: Gill MS, Olsen A
X Chromosome Crossover Formation and Genome Stability in Caenorhabditis elegans are Independently Regulated by xnd-1
McClendon TB, Rana M, Amrit FR, Fukushige T, Krause M, Ghazi A, Yanowitz JL*
G3: Genes, Genomes, Genetics
2016 Sep 27
DAF-16 and TCER-1 Facilitate Adaptation to Germline Loss by Restoring Lipid Homeostasis and Repressing Reproductive Physiology in C. elegans
Amrit FRG, Steenkiste E, Ratnappan R, Chen SW, Kostka, D, McClendon B, Yanowitz J, Olsen CP, Ghazi A*
2016 Feb 10
Nuclear hormone receptors as mediators of metabolic adaptability in response to reproductive perturbations
Ratnappan R, Ward, JD, Yamamoto, KR, Ghazi A*
Graded Proteasome Dysfunction in C. elegans Activates an Adaptive Response Involving the Conserved SKN-1 and ELT-2 Transcription Factors and the Autophagy-lysosome Pathway
Keith SA, Maddux S, Zhong Y, Ferguson AA, Ghazi A, Fisher AL
2016 Feb 1
Stress Signaling: Serotonin Spreads Systemic Stress
Ghazi A*, Lamitina T*
2015 Jan 19
Recent Discoveries in the Reproductive Control of Aging (Abstract)
Keith SA, Ghazi A*
Current Genetic Medicine Reports
Germline Signals Deploy NHR-49 to Enhance Fatty-Acid β -Oxidation and Desaturation in Somatic Tissues of C. elegans
Ratnappan R, Amrit FG, Chen S-W, Gill H, Holden K, Ward J, Yamamoto K, Olsen CP, Ghazi A*
2014 Dec 4
The C. elegans Healthspan and Stress-response Assay Toolkit (PubMed Abstract)
Keith SA, Amrit FG, Ratnappan R and Ghazi A
The C. elegans Lifespan Assay Toolkit
Amrit FG, Ratnappan R, Keith SA and Ghazi A
Transciptional Networks that Mediate Signals from Reproductive Tissues to Influence Lifespan
A Transcription Elongation Factor that Links Signals from the Reproductive System to Lifespan Extension in Caenorhabditis elegans
Ghazi A, Henis-Korenblit S, Kenyon C
2009 Sep 11
Recommended by Faculty of 1000
Regulation of Caenorhabditis elegans Lifespan by a Proteasomal E3 Ligase Complex
Ghazi A*, Henis-Korenblit S*, Kenyon C (*equal contribution)
Proc Natl Acad Sci USA
2007 Apr 3
Above research was the focus of the ‘Dispatch’ article
C. elegans Aging: Proteolysis Cuts Both Ways
2007 Jul 3
Muscle Development in Drosophila (PDF)
Ghazi A, VijayRaghavan K
Proc Ind Natl Sci Acad
2003 No. 5
Prepattern Genes and Signaling Molecules Regulate Stripe Expression to Specify Drosophila Flight Muscle Attachment Sites
Ghazi A, Paul L, VijayRaghavan K
Puzzling Over Research on Aging
2002 Jun 5
Developmental Biology: Control by Combinatorial Codes (abstract)
Ghazi A, VijayRaghavan K
2000 Nov 23
Apterous Mediates Development of Direct Flight Muscles Autonomously and Indirect Flight Muscles through Epidermal Cues
Ghazi A, Anant S, VijayRaghavan K
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