Billker:Rita Tewari

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I am a Research Lecturer associated with the Billker Lab

Major research interest on "Functional analysis of malaria parasite-host cell interactions in vivo using gene targeting". Presentally working on a genome-wide systematic deletion analysis of Plasmodium berghei protein kinases to reveal molecular mechanisms of life cycle regulation.

my email: r.tewari[AT]


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All Medline abstracts: PubMed HubMed

9. Kropf P, Herath S, Tewari R, Syed N, Klemenz R, Müller I (2002) Identification of two distinct subpopulations of Leishmania major-specific T helper 2 cells. Infect. Immun. 70, 5512-5520.

10. Gillemans N, Tewari R, Lindeboom F, Rottier R, de Wit T, Wijgerde M, Grosveld F and Philipsen S (1998) Altered DNA -binding specificity mutants of EKLF and Sp1 show that EKLF is an activator of -globin locus control region in vivo. Gen. & Dev.15, 2863-2873.

11. Tewari R, Gillemans N, Wijgerde M , Von Lindern M , Grosveld F and Philipsen S (1998) Erythroid Kruppel - like factor (EKLF) is active in primitive and definitive erythroid cells and is required for the function of 5’HS3 of -globin locus control region. EMBO 17, 2334-2341.

12. Tewari R, Gillemans N, Harper A, Wijgerde M , Zafarana G, Drabek , Grosveld F, and Philipsen S. (1996) The human -globin locus control region confers an early embryonic erythroid -specific expression pattern to a basic promoter driving the bacterial lacZ gene. Development 122, 3991-3999.

13. Ellis J, Philipsen S, Strouboulis J, Pruzina S, Tewari R, Gillemans N, Drabek, D, Harper A, Grosveld F and Fraser P (1995). The regulation of human  globin gene expression; the roles of 5’HS1-4. Proceedings of the Ninth Conference on Hemoglobin Switching held at Orcas Island, 10-14 June 1994, editor Dr. G. Stamatoyannopoulos, pg. 29-38

14. Nakayama I, Foresti F, Tewari R, Schartl M and Chourrout D (1994) Sex chromosome polymorphism and heterogametic males revealed by two cloned DNA probes in ZW/ZZ fish Leporinus elongatus. Chromosoma 103, 31-39.

15. Tewari R , Michard-Vanhee C, Perrot E and Chourrout D (1992) Mendelian transmission, structure and expression of transgenes following their injection into the cytoplasm of trout eggs. Transgenic Research 1, 250-260.

16. Tewari R and Rao SRV (1991) Replication status of the fragile X chromosome and its implications for reproductive performance in the Indian mole rat (Nesokia indica). J.Reprod. Fert. 91, 203-206.

17. Thelma BK, Tewari R, Juyal RC and Rao SRV (1991). Random/non random X-inactivation in Nesokia indica: possible influence of heterochromatin. Cytogen. Cell Gen. 56, 87-90.

18. Tewari R, Juyal RC, Rao SRV and Thelma BK (1989). Significance of fragile sites on the sex chromosome of Nesokia indica. Nucleus 32, 93-102.

19. Thelma BK, Juyal RC, Tewari R and Rao SRV (1988). Does heterochromatin potentiate speciation? A study in Nesokia. Cytogen. Cell Gen. 47, 204-208.

20. Tewari R, Juyal RC, Thelma BK, Das BC and Rao SRV (1987). Folate sensitive fragile sites on the X-chromosome heterochromation of the Indian mole rat, Nesokia indica, Cytogen. Cell Gen. 44, 11-17.

21. Simon MM, Ali S, Tewari R, Simon HG, Muller-Hermelink HK and EpplenJT (1986) Leukemic cells arise from cloned cytotoxic lymphocytes during cell culture. Eur. J. Immun. 16, 1269-1276.

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