Sharmada Swaminath

Title(s)Postdoctoral Scholar, Molecular Biology
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    1. The use of single-cell RNA-seq to study heterogeneity at varying levels of virus-host interactions. PLoS Pathog. 2024 Jan; 20(1):e1011898. Swaminath S, Russell AB. PMID: 38236826; PMCID: PMC10796064.
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    2. Maximal interferon induction by influenza lacking NS1 is infrequent owing to requirements for replication and export. PLoS Pathog. 2023 04; 19(4):e1010943. Vicary AC, Mendes M, Swaminath S, Lekbua A, Reddan J, Rodriguez ZK, Russell AB. PMID: 37068114; PMCID: PMC10138204.
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    3. Growth and division mechanisms by which genetic resisters emerge from the rifampicin-surviving population of differentially antibiotic-susceptible mycobacterial subpopulations. Int J Mycobacteriol. 2022 Jul-Sep; 11(3):273-286. Jakkala K, Paul A, Nair RR, Swaminath S, Pradhan A, Ajitkumar P. PMID: 36260446.
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    4. Deletion of rifampicin-inactivating mono-ADP-ribosyl transferase gene of Mycobacterium smegmatis globally altered gene expression profile that favoured increase in ROS levels and thereby antibiotic resister generation. Curr Res Microb Sci. 2022; 3:100142. Swaminath S, Pradhan A, Nair RR, Ajitkumar P. PMID: 35909599; PMCID: PMC9325912.
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    5. A method for the enrichment, isolation and validation of Mycobacterium smegmatis population surviving in the presence of bactericidal concentrations of rifampicin and moxifloxacin. FEMS Microbiol Lett. 2021 07 20; 368(14). Pradhan A, Swaminath S, Jakkala K, Ajitkumar P. PMID: 34240144.
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    6. Mycobacterium tuberculosis Cells Surviving in the Continued Presence of Bactericidal Concentrations of Rifampicin in vitro Develop Negatively Charged Thickened Capsular Outer Layer That Restricts Permeability to the Antibiotic. Front Microbiol. 2020; 11:554795. Sebastian J, Nair RR, Swaminath S, Ajitkumar P. PMID: 33391194; PMCID: PMC7773709.
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    7. Unique Mode of Cell Division by the Mycobacterial Genetic Resister Clones Emerging De Novo from the Antibiotic-Surviving Population. mSphere. 2020 11 18; 5(6). Jakkala K, Paul A, Pradhan A, Nair RR, Sharan D, Swaminath S, Ajitkumar P. PMID: 33208519; PMCID: PMC7677009.
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    8. Mycobacterium smegmatis moxifloxacin persister cells produce high levels of hydroxyl radical, generating genetic resisters selectable not only with moxifloxacin, but also with ethambutol and isoniazid. Microbiology (Reading). 2020 02; 166(2):180-198. Swaminath S, Paul A, Pradhan A, Sebastian J, Nair RR, Ajitkumar P. PMID: 31746727.
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    9. Heterogeneity of ROS levels in antibiotic-exposed mycobacterial subpopulations confers differential susceptibility. Microbiology (Reading). 2019 06; 165(6):668-682. Nair RR, Sharan D, Sebastian J, Swaminath S, Ajitkumar P. PMID: 31091187.
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    10. Mycobacterial Cultures Contain Cell Size and Density Specific Sub-populations of Cells with Significant Differential Susceptibility to Antibiotics, Oxidative and Nitrite Stress. Front Microbiol. 2017; 8:463. Vijay S, Nair RR, Sharan D, Jakkala K, Mukkayyan N, Swaminath S, Pradhan A, Joshi NV, Ajitkumar P. PMID: 28377757; PMCID: PMC5359288.
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    11. De Novo Emergence of Genetically Resistant Mutants of Mycobacterium tuberculosis from the Persistence Phase Cells Formed against Antituberculosis Drugs In Vitro. Antimicrob Agents Chemother. 2017 02; 61(2). Sebastian J, Swaminath S, Nair RR, Jakkala K, Pradhan A, Ajitkumar P. PMID: 27895008; PMCID: PMC5278719.
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