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Priyanka Kothari

Priyanka Kothari

BCMB Graduate Student
Student
410-502-4905
Current lab: 
Robinson Lab
Associated Faculty: 
Selected Publications:
Kothari P, Johnson C, Sandone C, Iglesias PA, Robinson DN. How the mechanobiome drives cell behavior, viewed through the lens of control theory. J. Cell Sci. In press.  
Schiffhauer ES, Ren Y, Iglesias V, Kothari P, Iglesias PA, Robinson DN*. Myosin IIB assembly-state determines myosin IIB mechanosensitive dynamics. J. Cell Biol. 2019; 218(3): 895-908. (Includes 4 pages of Supplemental Figures)
Kothari P, Srivastava V, Aggarwal V, Tchernyshyov I, Van Eyk J, Ha T, and Robinson DN*. Contractility kits promote assembly of the mechanoresponsive cytoskeletal network. J. Cell Sci. 2019; 132(2): 1-12. (Cover article; includes 11 pages of Supplemental Figures and Tables; first author was featured in a “First Person – Priyanka Kothari” interview, J. Cell Sci 2019 132: jcs229195)  
Schiffhauer ES, Ren Y, Iglesias V, Kothari P, Iglesias PA, Robinson DN. 2019. Myosin IIB assembly-state determines myosin IIB mechanosensitive dynamics. J. Cell Biol. In press.  
Kothari P, Schiffhauer E, Robinson DN. Cytokinesis from nanometers to micrometers and microseconds to minutes. 2017. Methods Cell Biol. 137:307-322.