Casim A. Sarkar

Biomedical Engineering University of Minnesota, Twin Cities, Minneapolis, MN 
Biomedical Engineering
"Casim Sarkar"


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Doug A. Lauffenburger grad student (Chemistry Tree)


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Ellen C. O'Shaughnessy grad student Boston University (Computational Biology Tree)
Santhosh Palani grad student 2010 Penn
Pamela A. Barendt grad student 2011 Penn
Daphne T. Ng grad student 2013 Penn
Najaf A. Shah grad student 2013 Penn
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Errington WJ, Bruncsics B, Sarkar CA. (2019) Mechanisms of noncanonical binding dynamics in multivalent protein-protein interactions. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America
Shah NA, Sarkar CA. (2019) Variable cellular decision-making behavior in a constant synthetic network topology. Bmc Bioinformatics. 20: 237
Ye Z, Sarkar CA. (2018) Towards a Quantitative Understanding of Cell Identity. Trends in Cell Biology
Sadler FW, Dodevski I, Sarkar CA. (2017) RNA Thermometers for the PURExpress System. Acs Synthetic Biology
Shah NA, Levesque MJ, Raj A, et al. (2015) Robust hematopoietic progenitor cell commitment in the presence of a conflicting cue. Journal of Cell Science. 128: 4024
Shah NA, Levesque MJ, Raj A, et al. (2015) Robust hematopoietic progenitor cell commitment in a noisy environment via suppression of a conflicting signal. Journal of Cell Science
Dodevski I, Markou GC, Sarkar CA. (2015) Conceptual and methodological advances in cell-free directed evolution. Current Opinion in Structural Biology. 33: 1-7
Shah NA, Sarkar CA. (2015) Computationally guided design of robust gene circuits. Methods in Molecular Biology (Clifton, N.J.). 1244: 167-78
Ng DT, Sarkar CA. (2014) NP-Sticky: a web server for optimizing DNA ligation with non-palindromic sticky ends. Journal of Molecular Biology. 426: 1861-9
Mehta HM, Futami M, Glaubach T, et al. (2014) Alternatively spliced, truncated GCSF receptor promotes leukemogenic properties and sensitivity to JAK inhibition. Leukemia. 28: 1041-51
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