Sougata Roy
  • Faculty, University of Maryland
Research focus
  • Developmental biology
  • 1 Author merit

Education

Assistant Professor, Cell Biology and Molecular Genetics, University of Maryland, USA, 2014

Publications

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• Sohr A, Du L, Wang R, Lin L, Roy S. Drosophila FGF cleavage is required for efficient intracellular sorting and intercellular dispersal. J Cell Biol. 2019 May 6;218(5):1653-1669.
• Du L, Sohr A, Yan G, Roy S. Feedback regulation of cytoneme-mediated transport shapes a tissue-specific FGF morphogen gradient. Elife. 2018.
• Du L, Zhou A, Sohr A, Roy S. An Efficient Strategy for Generating Tissue-specific Binary Transcription Systems in Drosophila by Genome Editing. J Vis Exp. 2018 Sep 19;(139).
• Du L, Roy S. Imaging Cytonemes in Drosophila Embryos. Methods Mol Biol. 2018; 1863:29-45.
• Du L, Zhou A, Patel A, Rao M, Anderson K, Roy S. Unique patterns of organization and migration of FGF-expressing cells during Drosophila morphogenesis. Dev Biol. 2017 Jul 1;427(1):35-48. doi: 10.1016/j.ydbio.2017.05.009. Epub 2017 May 11.
• Kashima R, Redmond PL, Ghatpande P, Roy S, Kornberg TB, Hanke T, Knapp S, Lagna G, Hata A. Hyperactive locomotion in a Drosophila model is a functional readout for the synaptic abnormalities underlying fragile X syndrome. Sci Signal.2017 May 2;10(477).
• Kashima R, Roy S, Ascano M, Martinez-Cerdeno V, Ariza-Torres J, Kim S, Louie J, Lu Y, Leyton P, Bloch KD, Kornberg TB, Hagerman PJ, Hagerman R, Lagna G, Hata A. Augmented noncanonical BMP type II receptor signaling mediates the synaptic abnormality of fragile X syndrome. Sci Signal. 2016 Jun 7;9(431):ra58.
1 Protocol published
Ex vivo Drosophila Wing Imaginal Disc Culture and Furin Inhibitor Assay
Authors:  Alex Sohr, Lijuan Du and Sougata Roy, date: 08/20/2019, view: 233, Q&A: 0
Furin is an evolutionarily conserved proprotein convertase (PC) family enzyme with a broad range of substrates that are essential for developmental, homeostatic, and disease pathways. Classical genetic approaches and in vitro biochemical or ...
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