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CHANDRA SEKHAR AMARA

TitlePostdoc Fellows and Associates
InstitutionBaylor College of Medicine
DepartmentPostDoc
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    1. Vantaku V, Amara CS, Piyarathna DWB, Donepudi SR, Ambati CR, Putluri V, Tang W, Rajapakshe K, Estecio MR, Terris MK, Castro PD, Ittmann MM, Williams SB, Lerner SP, Sreekumar A, Bollag R, Coarfa C, Kornberg MD, Lotan Y, Ambs S, Putluri N. DNA methylation patterns in bladder tumors of African-American patients point to distinct alterations in xenobiotic metabolism. Carcinogenesis. 2019 Jul 08. PMID: 31284295.
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    2. Vantaku V, Dong J, Ambati CR, Perera D, Donepudi SR, Amara CS, Putluri V, Ravi SS, Robertson MJ, Piyarathna DWB, Villanueva M, von Rundstedt FC, Karanam B, Ballester LY, Terris MK, Bollag RJ, Lerner SP, Apolo AB, Villanueva H, Lee M, Sikora AG, Lotan Y, Sreekumar A, Coarfa C, Putluri N. Multi-omics Integration Analysis Robustly Predicts High-Grade Patient Survival and Identifies CPT1B Effect on Fatty Acid Metabolism in Bladder Cancer. Clin Cancer Res. 2019 Jun 15; 25(12):3689-3701. PMID: 30846479.
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    3. Amara CS, Vantaku V, Lotan Y, Putluri N. Recent advances in the metabolomic study of bladder cancer. Expert Rev Proteomics. 2019 Apr; 16(4):315-324. PMID: 30773067.
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    4. Amara CS, Ambati CR, Vantaku V, Badrajee Piyarathna DW, Donepudi SR, Ravi SS, Arnold JM, Putluri V, Chatta G, Guru KA, Badr H, Terris MK, Bollag RJ, Sreekumar A, Apolo AB, Putluri N. Serum Metabolic Profiling Identified a Distinct Metabolic Signature in Bladder Cancer Smokers: A Key Metabolic Enzyme Associated with Patient Survival. Cancer Epidemiol Biomarkers Prev. 2019 Apr; 28(4):770-781. PMID: 30642841.
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    5. Vantaku V, Donepudi SR, Piyarathna DWB, Amara CS, Ambati CR, Tang W, Putluri V, Chandrashekar DS, Varambally S, Terris MK, Davies K, Ambs S, Bollag R, Apolo AB, Sreekumar A, Putluri N. Large-scale profiling of serum metabolites in African American and European American patients with bladder cancer reveals metabolic pathways associated with patient survival. Cancer. 2019 Mar 15; 125(6):921-932. PMID: 30602056.
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