Methylome-wide and meQTL analysis helps to distinguish treatment response from non-response and pathogenesis markers in schizophrenia

Binithamol K. Polakkattil, Neetha N. Vellichirammal, Indu V. Nair, Chandrasekharan M. Nair and Moinak Banerjee (2024)
Frontiers in Psychiatry     doi: 10.1093/bib/bbad250

Genetic variant interpretation for the neurologist - A pragmatic approach in the next-generation sequencing era in childhood epilepsy.

Alfiya Fasaludeen, Amy McTague, Manna Jose, Moinak Banerjee, Soumya Sundaram, U.K. Madhusoodanan, Ashalatha Radhakrishnan, Ramshekhar N. Menon. (2024)
Epilepsy Research     doi: 10.1016/j.eplepsyres.2024.107341

An interpretable block-attention network for identifying regulatory feature interactions

Anil Prakash, Moinak Banerjee (2023)
Briefings in Bioinformatics     https://doi.org/10.1093/bib/bbad250

Effects of a six-month yoga intervention on the immune-inflammatory pathway in antipsychotic-stabilized schizophrenia patients: A randomized controlled trial

Thrinath Mullapudi, Monojit Debnath, Ramajayam Govindaraj, Praveen Raj, Moinak Banerjee, Shivarama Varambally (2023)
Asian Journal of Psychiatry     https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ajp.2023.103636

Contribution from MHC-Mediated Risk in Schizophrenia Can Reflect a More Ethnic-Specific Genetic and Comorbid Background

Lekshmy Srinivas,Neetha N. Vellichirammal,Indu V. Nair,Chandrasekharan M. Nair and Moinak Banerjee (2022)
Cells     https://doi.org/10.3390/cells11172695

Understanding Pharmaco-Epigenomic Response of Antipsychotic Drugs Using Genome-Wide MicroRNA Expression Profile in Liver Cell Line.

Swathy Babu and Moinak Banerjee (2022)
Frontiers in Molecular Neuroscience     doi.org/10.3389/fnmol.2022.786632

Pharmacoepigenomics: a key determinant in resolving epigenomic parameters in pathogenesis and treatment response in complex diseases

Moinak Banerjee (2022)
Pharmacogenomics     doi.org/10.2217/pgs-2021-0140
VOL. 23, NO. 2 | EDITORIAL

Genomic selection signatures in autism spectrum disorder identifies cognitive genomic tradeoff and its relevance in paradoxical phenotypes of deficits versus potentialities.

Anil Prakash & Moinak Banerjee (2021)
Scientific Reports     https://rdcu.be/ckx51

Methylation map genes can be critical in determining the methylome of intracranial aneurysm patients.

Shafeeque CM, Sathyan S, Saradalekshmi KR, Premkumar S, Allapatt JP, Banerjee M(2020)
Epigenomics     doi:10.2217/epi-2019-0280.

Genetic gateways to COVID?19 infection: Implications for risk, severity, and outcomes.and genes involved in neurotransmission in neuronal cells.

Debnath M,Banerjee M, Berk M(2020).
The FASEB Journal     doi.org/10.1096/fj.202001115R

Vessel wall thickening and enhancement in high resolution intracranial vessel wall imaging: A predictor of future ischemic events in Moya moya disease.

Kathuveetil A, Sylaja PN, Senthilvelan S, Kesavadas C, Banerjee M, Jayanand Sudhir B(2020)
American Journal of Neuroradiology     41(1):100-105.

Chapters in Book / Text

  • Swathy Babu, Binithamol K Polakkattil, Moinak Banerjee. Chapter 25 Pharmacoepigenetics of antipsychotic drugs. Book Titled "Pharmacoepigenetics", Volume 10 in Translational Epigenetics. Ed. Ramón Cacabelos and Oscar Teijido. Academic Press. 733-739, June 2019. ISBN 978-0-12-813939-4. doi.org/10.1016/C2017-0-00603-

Submissions

  • Gene Bank

    1. AY310165 Homo sapiens truncated proliferating cell nuclear antigen (PCNA) gene, complete cds.
    2. AY310164 Homo sapiens PCNA gene, exon 1 and partial cds.
    3. AY310163 Homo sapiens PCNA gene, exon 1 and partial cds.
    4. AY310162 Homo sapiens PCNA gene, exon 1 and partial cds.
    5. Y490254 Homo sapiens P-glycoprotein (MDR1) gene, partial cds.
    6. NM_000015 Homo sapiens N-acetyltransferase 2 (arylamine N-acetyltransferase)
    7. AY847950 Cytochrome b gene, partial sequence; mitochondrial of H. puera
    8. AY847951 NADH dehydrogenase subunit-4(ND4) gene, partial sequence; mitochondrial of H. puera C.
    9. AY847952 Cytochrome b gene, partial sequence; mitochondrial of H. puera C. (Coimbatore)
    10. AY847953 Cytochrome oxidase subunit I (COI) gene, partial sequence; mitochondrial of H. puera C.
    11. AY847954 NADH dehydrogenase subunit 1 (ND1) gene, partial sequence; mitochondrial of H. puera C.
    12. AY571148 Cytochrome oxidase I subunit of H. puera C.
    13. AY572232 16S rRNA gene of H. puera C.
    14. AY572235 Cytochrome oxidase gene of H. puera C.
    15. AY575214 12SrRNA gene of H. puera C.
    16. AY572233 28S ribosomal RNA gene of H. puera C.
    17. AY572234 Beta-tubulin intron gene of H. puera C.
    18. AY572236 18s ribosomal RNA gene of H. puera C.
    19. AY572237 Elongation factor I alpha introns of H. puera C.
    20. AY572238 Wingless gene of H. puera C.
    21. AY575215 Elongation factor I alpha gene of H. puera C.
    22. AY847957 Tabanus atratus calo protein-like mRNA, partial cds
    23. AY847955 Moricin I mRNA, partial cds of H. puera C.
    24. AY847956 Moricin II mRNA, partial cds of H. puera C.

Software

    1. Developed Allele Typer a Windows based Allele typing software used for mutation studies.
    2. Developed Genome Profile Analysis (GPA) a windows based software used for mutation analysis on genes of Pharmacogenomic and Immunogenetic interests.
    3. Developed GENOPACK a Linux based software for Allele sequence matching, Sequence Alignment, Complementary and reverse complementary strand generation, Protein translation, Position Matching, Motif matching, Restriction Mapping, Consensus sequence generation, Searching for open reading frames and the corresponding patterns and supports Format conversion.
    4. Developed software, Psychiatric Patient Management System (PPMS) is a PHP PERL based patient data management software based on DSM IV criteria. All the commonly used psychiatric rating scales and side effects rating scales are integrated into the software. It automatically scores the patients positive, negative, cognitive and overall symptoms profile at initial presentation and subsequent followups. It is useful to clinicians, researchers, public health professionals and health inspectors.

Abstracts / Presentations / Invited Lectures

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