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Navin Pokala
Navin Pokala
New York Institute of Technology (NYIT)
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High rates of actin filament turnover in budding yeast and roles for actin in establishment and maintenance of cell polarity revealed using the actin inhibitor latrunculin-A
KR Ayscough, J Stryker, N Pokala, M Sanders, P Crews, DG Drubin
The Journal of cell biology 137 (2), 399-416, 1997
8961997
A hub-and-spoke circuit drives pheromone attraction and social behaviour in C. elegans
EZ Macosko, N Pokala, EH Feinberg, SH Chalasani, RA Butcher, J Clardy, ...
Nature 458 (7242), 1171-1175, 2009
5652009
Serotonin and the neuropeptide PDF initiate and extend opposing behavioral states in C. elegans
SW Flavell, N Pokala, EZ Macosko, DR Albrecht, J Larsch, CI Bargmann
Cell 154 (5), 1023-1035, 2013
4192013
Structure and in vitro molecular chaperone activity of cytosolic small heat shock proteins from pea
GJ Lee, N Pokala, E Vierling
Journal of Biological Chemistry 270 (18), 10432-10438, 1995
3921995
Neurons detect increases and decreases in oxygen levels using distinct guanylate cyclases
M Zimmer, JM Gray, N Pokala, AJ Chang, DS Karow, MA Marletta, ...
Neuron 61 (6), 865-879, 2009
3252009
Oxytocin/vasopressin-related peptides have an ancient role in reproductive behavior
JL Garrison, EZ Macosko, S Bernstein, N Pokala, DR Albrecht, ...
Science 338 (6106), 540-543, 2012
3012012
Feedback from network states generates variability in a probabilistic olfactory circuit
A Gordus, N Pokala, S Levy, SW Flavell, CI Bargmann
Cell 161 (2), 215-227, 2015
2422015
Energy functions for protein design: adjustment with protein–protein complex affinities, models for the unfolded state, and negative design of solubility and specificity
N Pokala, TM Handel
Journal of molecular biology 347 (1), 203-227, 2005
2252005
Inducible and titratable silencing of Caenorhabditis elegans neurons in vivo with histamine-gated chloride channels
N Pokala, Q Liu, A Gordus, CI Bargmann
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 111 (7), 2770-2775, 2014
2152014
protein design—where we were, where we are, where we're going
N Pokala, TM Handel
Journal of structural biology 134 (2-3), 269-281, 2001
1852001
The structure of an actin-crosslinking domain from human fimbrin
SC Goldsmith, N Pokala, W Shen, AA Fedorov, P Matsudaira, SC Almo
Nature Structural Biology 4 (9), 708-712, 1997
1551997
Distinct circuits for the formation and retrieval of an imprinted olfactory memory
X Jin, N Pokala, CI Bargmann
Cell 164 (4), 632-643, 2016
1432016
A stochastic neuronal model predicts random search behaviors at multiple spatial scales in C. elegans
WM Roberts, SB Augustine, KJ Lawton, TH Lindsay, TR Thiele, ...
Elife 5, e12572, 2016
1202016
Energy functions for protein design I: efficient and accurate continuum electrostatics and solvation
N Pokala, TM Handel
Protein science 13 (4), 925-936, 2004
1012004
Neural mechanisms for evaluating environmental variability in Caenorhabditis elegans
AJ Calhoun, A Tong, N Pokala, JAJ Fitzpatrick, TO Sharpee, ...
Neuron 86 (2), 428-441, 2015
952015
Specific Expression of Channelrhodopsin-2 in Single Neurons of Caenorhabditis elegans
C Schmitt, C Schultheis, SJ Husson, JF Liewald, A Gottschalk
Public Library of Science 7 (8), e43164, 2012
852012
Parallel multimodal circuits control an innate foraging behavior
A López-Cruz, A Sordillo, N Pokala, Q Liu, PT McGrath, CI Bargmann
Neuron 102 (2), 407-419. e8, 2019
782019
cGAL, a temperature-robust GAL4–UAS system for Caenorhabditis elegans
H Wang, J Liu, S Gharib, CM Chai, EM Schwarz, N Pokala, PW Sternberg
Nature methods 14 (2), 145-148, 2017
722017
An object‐oriented library for computational protein design
AB Chowdry, KA Reynolds, MS Hanes, M Voorhies, N Pokala, TM Handel
Journal of computational chemistry 28 (14), 2378-2388, 2007
482007
Using optogenetics to understand neuronal mechanisms underlying behavior in C. elegans
N Pokala, EE Glater
Journal of Undergraduate Neuroscience Education 16 (2), A152, 2018
122018
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