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Title : Dr.
First Name : ANKIT
Last Name : TANWAR
University/Institution : Albert Einstein College of Medicine
Phone # : 347-679-1463
Email ID : ankit.tanwar@einsteinmed.org
City : Bronx
Country : United States
State : New york
Zipcode : 10461
Department : CELL BIOLOGY
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Area of Research
Hematopoetic Stem Cells, Cell Biology, Glycobiology
Area of Expertise
Hematopoetic Stem Cells, Cell Biology, Toxicology, Herbal Informatics
Brief Description of Research Interest :

My Research of Interest lie in the broad area of lifescience including Hematopoietic Stem cells Immunology, Immuno-toxicology, herbal informatics, Molecular Docking and Glycobiology. I have worked in the infectious disease animal models (Infectious disease & Autoimmune disorders like Rheumatoid Arthritis) and their mechanistic approach to achieve drug discovery. Currently, I am working on an NIH project entitled “Role of Glycosylation in Notch Signaling” to study the lymphopoiesis and myelopoiesis pathways in genetically modified  (gene knockout for glycans) animal models using various sophisticated techniques like Multi-color (43) flow cytometry etc. 

Representative Publications :
Total no. 18
Citation=139; h-index=07; i10 index: 06

Below are 05 representative papers;

1. Varshney, S., Wei, H.X., Batista, F., Nauman, M., Sundaram, S., Siminovitch, K., Tanwar, A. and Stanley, P., 2019. A modifier in the 129S2/SvPasCrl genome is responsible for the viability of Notch1 [12f/12f] mice. BMC developmental biology, 19(1), p.19.

2. Tanwar, A., Zaidi A.A., Bhardwaj.M., Rathore.A., Chakotiya, A.S., Sharma.N., Sharma.D., Kulshrestha.S., Chawla, R., Basu, M., Arora, R., Asif, M., Sharma, R.K and Khan, H.A., 2018. “Herbal informatic approach for the selection of natural compounds targeting Diabeties mellitus.” Indian J Tradit Knowle, 17(2): 270-275

3. Tanwar, A., Chawla, R., Ansari, M.M., Thakur, P., Chakotiya, A.S., Goel, R., Ojha, H., Asif, M., Basu, M., Arora, R. and Khan, H.A., 2017. In vivo anti-arthritic efficacy of Camellia sinensis (L.) in collagen induced arthritis model. Biomedicine & Pharmacotherapy, 87, pp.92-101.

4. Tanwar, A., Chawla, R., Chakotiya, A.S., Thakur, P., Goel, R., Basu, M., Arora, R. and Khan, H.A., 2016. Effect of Holarrhena antidysentrica (Ha) and Andrographis paniculata (Ap) on the biofilm formation and cell membrane integrity of opportunistic pathogen Salmonella typhimurium. Microbial pathogenesis, 101, pp.76-82.

5. Chakotiya, A.S., Chawla, R., Tanwar, A., Narula, A., Grover, S.S., Goel, R., Arora, R. and Sharma, R.K., 2016. In vitro bactericidal activity of promising nutraceuticals for targeting multidrug resistant Pseudomonas aeruginosa. Nutrition, 32(7), pp.890-897.

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