Cell Signaling & Cell/Environment Interactions
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Our nervous system has two major cell types, neurons and glia, in about equal numbers. These two cell types communicate extensively with each other, which is critical for proper nervous system function. Disrupted interactions between these two cell types underlie many neurological disorders of development, function (sensory or cognitive impairments) and aging.
Our lab is interested in building a molecular framework of how glia and neurons communicate with each other to regulate sensory perception, neuronal physiology, neural circuit activity, memory formation and animal behavior.
The following publications were retrieved from PubMed:
Huang TT, Matsuyama HJ, Tsukada Y, Singhvi A, Syu RT, Lu Y, Shaham S, Mori I, Pan CL.
Aging Cell. 2020 May; 5(19)e13146
Singhvi A, Shaham S.
Annu Rev Neurosci. 2019 Jul 8; (42)149-168
Wallace SW, Singhvi A, Liang Y, Lu Y, Shaham S.
Cell Rep. 2016 Apr 19; 3(15)550-562
Singhvi A, Liu B, Friedman CJ, Fong J, Lu Y, Huang XY, Shaham S.
Cell. 2016 May 5; 4(165)936-48
Teuliere J, Cordes S, Singhvi A, Talavera K, Garriga G.
Genetics. 2014 Sep; 1(198)229-47
Singhvi A, Teuliere J, Talavera K, Cordes S, Ou G, Vale RD, Prasad BC, Clark SG, Garriga G.
Curr Biol. 2011 Jun 7; 11(21)948-54
Singhvi A, Sachdev P.
Nat Biotechnol. 2010 Apr; 4(28)378-9
Singhvi A, Garriga G.
Trends Cell Biol. 2009 Jan; 1(19)1-7
Singhvi A, Frank CA, Garriga G.
Genetics. 2008 Jun; 2(179)887-98
Wang Z, Singhvi A, Kong P, Scott K.
Cell. 2004 Jun 25; 7(117)981-91
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