Rajendra Kumar Chauhan, Ph.D.
Rajendra Kumar Chauhan, Ph.D.
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A sequence-based variation map of zebrafish
A Patowary, R Purkanti, M Singh, R Chauhan, AR Singh, M Swarnkar, ...
Zebrafish 10 (1), 15-20, 2013
Whole exome sequencing coupled with unbiased functional analysis reveals new Hirschsprung disease genes
Genome Biology, 2017
Reverse genetics screen in zebrafish identifies a role of miR-142a-3p in vascular development and integrity
MK Lalwani, M Sharma, AR Singh, RK Chauhan, A Patowary, N Singh, ...
PloS one 7 (12), 2012
Comparative Whole-Genome Analysis of Clinical Isolates Reveals Characteristic Architecture of Mycobacterium tuberculosis Pangenome
SV Periwal V1, Patowary A2, Vellarikkal SK3, Gupta A4, Singh M3, Mittal A2 ...
PLoS One, 2015
Systematic analysis and functional annotation of variations in the genome of an Indian individual
A Patowary, R Purkanti, M Singh, RK Chauhan, D Bhartiya, OP Dwivedi, ...
Human mutation 33 (7), 1133-1140, 2012
Proteomic analysis of zebrafish (Danio rerio) embryos exposed to cyclosporine A
RP Ponnudurai, T Basak, S Ahmad, G Bhardwaj, RK Chauhan, RA Singh, ...
Journal of proteomics 75 (3), 1004-1017, 2012
FishMap Zv8 update—a genomic regulatory map of zebrafish
D Bhartiya, J Maini, M Sharma, P Joshi, SV Laddha, S Jalali, A Patowary, ...
Zebrafish 7 (2), 179-180, 2010
De novo identification of viral pathogens from cell culture hologenomes
A Patowary, RK Chauhan, M Singh, KV Shamsudheen, V Periwal, ...
BMC research notes 5 (1), 11, 2012
Identification of variants in RET and IHH pathway members in a large family with history of Hirschsprung disease
Y Sribudiani, RK Chauhan, MM Alves, L Petrova, E Brosens, C Harrison, ...
Gastroenterology 155 (1), 118-129. e6, 2018
The Zebrafish GenomeWiki: a crowdsourcing approach to connect the long tail for zebrafish gene annotation
M Singh, D Bhartiya, J Maini, M Sharma, AR Singh, S Kadarkaraisamy, ...
Database 2014, 2014
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