Vaibhav P. Pai

Affiliations: 
Tufts University, Boston 
Area:
biophysics, physiology, developmental biology, neurobiology,
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Pai VP, Cervera J, Mafe S, et al. (2020) HCN2 Channel-Induced Rescue of Brain Teratogenesis Local and Long-Range Bioelectric Repair. Frontiers in Cellular Neuroscience. 14: 136
Pai VP, Adams DS. (2019) Preventing Ethanol-Induced Brain and Eye Morphology Defects Using Optogenetics. Bioelectricity. 1: 260-272
Cervera J, Pai VP, Levin M, et al. (2019) From non-excitable single-cell to multicellular bioelectrical states supported by ion channels and gap junction proteins: Electrical potentials as distributed controllers. Progress in Biophysics and Molecular Biology
Pai VP, Pietak A, Willocq V, et al. (2018) HCN2 Rescues brain defects by enforcing endogenous voltage pre-patterns. Nature Communications. 9: 998
Herrera-Rincon C, Pai VP, Moran KM, et al. (2017) The brain is required for normal muscle and nerve patterning during early Xenopus development. Nature Communications. 8: 587
Pai VP, Willocq V, Pitcairn EJ, et al. (2017) HCN4 ion channel function is required for early events that regulate anatomical left-right patterning in a Nodal- and Lefty asymmetric gene expression-independent manner. Biology Open
Pitcairn E, Harris H, Epiney J, et al. (2017) Coordinating heart morphogenesis: A novel role for hyperpolarization-activated cyclic nucleotide-gated (HCN) channels during cardiogenesis in Xenopus laevis. Communicative & Integrative Biology. 10: e1309488
Pai VP, Martyniuk CJ, Echeverri K, et al. (2016) Genome-wide analysis reveals conserved transcriptional responses downstream of resting potential change in Xenopus embryos, axolotl regeneration, and human mesenchymal cell differentiation. Regeneration (Oxford, England). 3: 3-25
Pai VP, Lemire JM, Chen Y, et al. (2015) Local and long-range endogenous resting potential gradients antagonistically regulate apoptosis and proliferation in the embryonic CNS. The International Journal of Developmental Biology
Pai VP, Lemire JM, Paré JF, et al. (2015) Endogenous gradients of resting potential instructively pattern embryonic neural tissue via Notch signaling and regulation of proliferation. The Journal of Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the Society For Neuroscience. 35: 4366-85
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