In the past Prashanth Srinivasan has collaborated on articles with Ragunath Singaravelu. One of their most recent publications is Human serum activates CIDEB-mediated lipid droplet enlargement in hepatoma cells. Which was published in journal Biochemical and Biophysical Research Communications.

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Prashanth Srinivasan's Articles: (2)

Human serum activates CIDEB-mediated lipid droplet enlargement in hepatoma cells

Highlights•Human serum induced differentiation of hepatoma cells increases cellular lipid droplet (LD) size.•The observed increase in LD size correlates with increased PGC-1α and CIDEB expression.•Induction of CIDEB expression correlates with rescue of VLDL secretion and loss of ADRP.•siRNA knockdown of CIDEB impairs the human serum mediated increase in LD size.•This system represents a cost-efficient model to study CIDEB’s role in lipid biology.

Modeling pseudo-elasticity in NiTi: Why the MEAM potential outperforms the EAM-FS potential

Highlights•The pseudo-elastic behavior of NiTi is modeled by MD simulations.•The simulations are performed using two potentials: MEAM and EAM-FS.•The MEAM potential is found to outperform the EAM-FS potential.•The MEAM potential predicts more accurate transformation strain and Young’s modulus.•It is found that the MEAM potential gives more accurate lattice and elastic constants.

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