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Nikhil Sharma
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The emergence of transcriptional identity in somatosensory neurons
N Sharma, K Flaherty, K Lezgiyeva, DE Wagner, AM Klein, DD Ginty
Nature 577 (7790), 392-398, 2020
3102020
The activity-dependent transcription factor NPAS4 regulates domain-specific inhibition
BL Bloodgood, N Sharma, HA Browne, AZ Trepman, ME Greenberg
Nature 503 (7474), 121-125, 2013
3092013
Epstein–Barr virus latent antigen 3C can mediate the degradation of the retinoblastoma protein through an SCF cellular ubiquitin ligase
JS Knight, N Sharma, ES Robertson
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 102 (51), 18562-18566, 2005
2052005
A model for neuronal competition during development
CD Deppmann, S Mihalas, N Sharma, BE Lonze, E Niebur, DD Ginty
Science 320 (5874), 369-373, 2008
1942008
Induction of Kaposi's sarcoma-associated herpesvirus latency-associated nuclear antigen by the lytic transactivator RTA: a novel mechanism for establishment of latency
KE Lan, DA Kuppers, SC Verma, N Sharma, M Murakami, ES Robertson
Journal of virology 79 (12), 7453-7465, 2005
1402005
Evolution of Osteocrin as an activity-regulated factor in the primate brain
B Ataman, GL Boulting, DA Harmin, MG Yang, M Baker-Salisbury, EL Yap, ...
Nature 539 (7628), 242-247, 2016
1312016
Long-distance control of synapse assembly by target-derived NGF
N Sharma, CD Deppmann, AW Harrington, CS Hillaire, ZY Chen, FS Lee, ...
Neuron 67 (3), 422-434, 2010
1302010
SCFSkp2 Complex Targeted by Epstein-Barr Virus Essential Nuclear Antigen
JS Knight, N Sharma, ES Robertson
Molecular and cellular biology 25 (5), 1749-1763, 2005
1112005
Bidirectional perisomatic inhibitory plasticity of a Fos neuronal network
EL Yap, NL Pettit, CP Davis, MA Nagy, DA Harmin, E Golden, O Dagliyan, ...
Nature 590 (7844), 115-121, 2021
982021
A cyclin-binding motif within the amino-terminal homology domain of EBNA3C binds cyclin A and modulates cyclin A-dependent kinase activity in Epstein-Barr virus-infected cells
JS Knight, N Sharma, DE Kalman, ES Robertson
Journal of virology 78 (23), 12857-12867, 2004
682004
The cellular and molecular basis of somatosensory neuron development
S Meltzer, C Santiago, N Sharma, DD Ginty
Neuron 109 (23), 3736-3757, 2021
662021
ARNT2 tunes activity-dependent gene expression through NCoR2-mediated repression and NPAS4-mediated activation
N Sharma, EA Pollina, MA Nagy, EL Yap, FA DiBiase, S Hrvatin, L Hu, ...
Neuron 102 (2), 390-406. e9, 2019
442019
A chemical genetic approach reveals distinct EphB signaling mechanisms during brain development
MJ Soskis, HYH Ho, BL Bloodgood, MA Robichaux, AN Malik, B Ataman, ...
Nature neuroscience 15 (12), 1645-1654, 2012
392012
DRG afferents that mediate physiologic and pathologic mechanosensation from the distal colon
RL Wolfson, A Abdelaziz, G Rankin, S Kushner, L Qi, O Mazor, S Choi, ...
Cell 186 (16), 3368-3385. e18, 2023
242023
A peptide-based inhibitor for prevention of B cell hyperproliferation induced by Epstein–Barr virus
JS Knight, K Lan, B Bajaj, N Sharma, DE Tsai, ES Robertson
Virology 354 (1), 207-214, 2006
142006
A shortcut to activity-dependent transcription
N Sharma, HW Gabel, ME Greenberg
Cell 161 (7), 1496-1498, 2015
112015
A DRG genetic toolkit reveals molecular, morphological, and functional diversity of somatosensory neuron subtypes
L Qi, M Iskols, D Shi, P Reddy, C Walker, K Lezgiyeva, T Voisin, M Pawlak, ...
BioRxiv, 2023
92023
Conserved cell cycle regulatory properties within the amino terminal domain of the Epstein–Barr virus nuclear antigen 3C
N Sharma, JS Knight, ES Robertson
Virology 346 (2), 379-384, 2006
32006
Activity-dependent development of the body’s touch receptors
C Santiago, N Sharma, N Africawala, J Siegrist, A Handler, A Tasnim, ...
bioRxiv, 2023
12023
Screening agents capable of inhibiting pain and/or pruritus and methods and compositions for treating pain and/or pruritus using said agents
DD Ginty, N Sharma
US Patent App. 17/322,861, 2021
2021
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