Aswad Khadilkar, Ph.D.

2015- Chemistry University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center, Dallas, TX, United States 
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Khadilkar A, Bunch ZL, Wagoner J, et al. (2023) Modulation of SARS-CoV-2 Infection by and Its Alkaloid Constituents. Journal of Natural Products
Hight SK, Clark TN, Kurita KL, et al. (2022) High-throughput functional annotation of natural products by integrated activity profiling. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 119: e2208458119
van Santen JA, Jacob G, Singh AL, et al. (2019) The Natural Products Atlas: An Open Access Knowledge Base for Microbial Natural Products Discovery. Acs Central Science. 5: 1824-1833
Yadav UP, Khadilkar AS, Shaikh MA, et al. (2017) Quantifying the Capacity of Phloem Loading in Leaf Disks with [C]Sucrose. Bio-Protocol. 7: e2658
Yadav UP, Khadilkar AS, Shaikh MA, et al. (2017) Assessing Long-distance Transport from Photosynthetic Source Leaves to Heterotrophic Sink Organs with [C]CO. Bio-Protocol. 7: e2657
Yadav UP, Khadilkar AS, Shaikh MA, et al. (2017) Assessing Rates of Long-distance Carbon Transport in by Collecting Phloem Exudations into EDTA Solutions after Photosynthetic Labeling with [C]CO. Bio-Protocol. 7: e2656
Khadilkar AS, Yadav UP, Salazar C, et al. (2016) Constitutive and Companion Cell-Specific Overexpression of AVP1, Encoding a Proton-Pumping Pyrophosphatase, Enhances Biomass Accumulation, Phloem Loading, and Long-Distance Transport. Plant Physiology. 170: 401-14
Pizzio GA, Paez-Valencia J, Khadilkar AS, et al. (2015) Arabidopsis type I proton-pumping pyrophosphatase expresses strongly in phloem, where it is required for pyrophosphate metabolism and photosynthate partitioning. Plant Physiology. 167: 1541-53
Dasgupta K, Khadilkar AS, Sulpice R, et al. (2014) Expression of Sucrose Transporter cDNAs Specifically in Companion Cells Enhances Phloem Loading and Long-Distance Transport of Sucrose but Leads to an Inhibition of Growth and the Perception of a Phosphate Limitation. Plant Physiology. 165: 715-731
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