Farah Haque
Farah Haque
Massachusetts General Hospital & Harvard Medical School
Verified email at mgh.harvard.edu
TitleCited byYear
Mechanistic heterogeneity in contractile properties of α-tropomyosin (TPM1) mutants associated with inherited cardiomyopathies
TM Gupte, F Haque, B Gangadharan, MS Sunitha, S Mukherjee, ...
Journal of Biological Chemistry 290 (11), 7003-7015, 2015
262015
Molecular mechanisms and structural features of cardiomyopathy-causing troponin T mutants in the tropomyosin overlap region
B Gangadharan, MS Sunitha, S Mukherjee, RR Chowdhury, F Haque, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 114 (42), 11115-11120, 2017
62017
A New Humanized Mouse Model for Studying Inherited Cardiomyopathic Mutations in the MYH7 Gene
F Haque, M Sarikhani, S Mukherjee, NR Sundaresan, JA Mercer
Biophysical Journal 112 (3), 264a, 2017
2017
A new humanized mouse model for studying inherited cardiomyopathies caused by mutations in the MYH7 gene
F Haque, S Mukherjee, JA Mercer
MOLECULAR BIOLOGY OF THE CELL 26, 2015
2015
Molecular Mechanism of Cardiomyopathy-Causing Mutations in Alpha-Tropomyosin
TM Gupte, F Haque, B Gangadharan, M Sunitha, S Nag, R Sowdhamini, ...
Biophysical Journal 106 (2), 350a, 2014
2014
350a Monday, February 17, 2014
TM Gupte, F Haque, B Gangadharan, M Sunitha, S Nag, R Sowdhamini, ...
Validation of in silico prediction on the function of α-tropomyosin through designed point mutation and in vitro biochemical assays
MS Sunitha, F Haque, TM Gupte, JA Mercer, JA Spudich, R Sowdhamini
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