Shalini Dimri

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2020- Lab of Epithelial Stem Cells and Pathophysiology Department of Genetics & Developmental Biology Technion-Israel Institution of Technology, Israel 
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Bishnu A, Mehrotra M, Dhadve A, et al. (2021) Predicting response to platinum and non-platinum drugs through bioluminescence resonance energy transfer (BRET) based bio-molecular interactions in platinum resistant epithelial ovarian cancer. Translational Oncology. 14: 101193
Jain NK, Dimri S, Prasad R, et al. (2020) Characteristics of Molecularly Engineered Anticancer Drug Conjugated Organic Nanomicelles for Site-Selective Cancer Cell Rupture and Growth Inhibition of Tumor Spheroids. Acs Applied Bio Materials. 3: 7067-7079
Dimri S, Malhotra R, Shet T, et al. (2020) Noncanonical pS727 post translational modification dictates major STAT3 activation and downstream functions in breast cancer. Experimental Cell Research. 112313
Jain NK, Dimri S, Prasad R, et al. (2020) Characteristics of Molecularly Engineered Anticancer Drug Conjugated Organic Nanomicelles for Site-Selective Cancer Cell Rupture and Growth Inhibition of Tumor Spheroids Acs Applied Bio Materials. 3: 7067-7079
Dimri S, Arora R, Jasani A, et al. (2019) Dynamic monitoring of STAT3 activation in live cells using a novel STAT3 Phospho-BRET sensor. American Journal of Nuclear Medicine and Molecular Imaging. 9: 321-334
Dimri S, Malhotra R, Shet T, et al. (2018) PO-185 Non-canonical S727 STAT3 PTM activation governs its dimerization and downstream function in triple negative breast cancer Esmo Open. 3: A299-A300
Dimri S, Sukanya, De A. (2017) Approaching non-canonical STAT3 signaling to redefine cancer therapeutic strategy Integrative Molecular Medicine. 4
Dimri S, Basu S, De A. (2016) Use of BRET to Study Protein-Protein Interactions In Vitro and In Vivo. Methods in Molecular Biology (Clifton, N.J.). 1443: 57-78
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