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Varsha Singh, Ph.D.

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  • Assistant Professor of Medicine

Research Interests

Intestinal ion transport; cellular physiology; membrane trafficking

Background

Dr. Singh’s research interests focus on the molecular mechanisms that regulate the recycling and delivery of proteins to plasma membrane. Specifically, she is working to understand the trafficking and molecular regulation of intestinal Na+/H+ exchanger 3 in various diarrheal diseases. She uses a variety of techniques, including confocal, 2 photon, SIM microscopy, biochemical reconstitution and molecular biology (protein-protein, protein-lipid interactions), to study the interplay between NHE3, its regulating protein complexes (cytoskeletal and endosomal) and membrane trafficking.

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Titles

  • Assistant Professor of Medicine

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Education

Degrees

  • Ph.D., Banaras Hindu University (India) (2009)

Research & Publications

Selected Publications

Cha B, Yang J, Singh V, Zachos NC, Sarker RI, Chen TE, Chakraborty M, Tse CM, Donowitz M.PDZ Domain Dependent Regulation of NHE3 Occurs by Both Internal Class II and C-terminal Class I PDZ Binding Motifs. J Biol Chem. 2017 Mar 10.[Epub ahead of print]

Jianbo Yang; Rafiquel Sarker; Varsha Singh; Prateeti Sarker; Jianyi Yin; Tian-e Chen; Raghothama Chaerkady; Xuhang Li; Chung Ming Tse; Mark Donowitz The NHERF2 sequence adjacent and upstream of the ERM binding domain affects NHERF2-ezrin binding and dexamethasone stimulated NHE3 activity Biochem J. 2015 Aug 15;470(1):77-90

Singh V, Yang J, Cha B, Chen TE, Sarker R, Yin J, Avula LR, Tse M, Donowitz M. (2015) Sorting Nexin 27 regulates basal and stimulated Brush Border Trafficking of NHE3 (Mol Biol Cell. 2015 Jun 1;26(11):2030-43. (F1000 recommendation)

Tiane Chen, Hetal S. Kocinsky, Rakhilya Murtazina, Boyoung Cha, Jianbo Yang, Tse CM, Varsha Singh, Rafiquel Sarker, Robert Cole, Peter S. Aronson, Hugo deJonge and Mark Donowitz. (2014) Cyclic GMP Kinase II (cGKII) Inhibits NHE3 by Altering its Trafficking and Phosphorylating NHE3 at Three Required Sites: Identification of a Multifunctional Phosphorylation Site (J Biol Chem 290(4):1952-65.)

Yang, J., Singh, V., Chen, T. E., Sarker, R., Xiong, L., Cha, B., Jin, S., Li, X., Tse, C. M., Zachos, N. C., and Donowitz, M. (2014) NHERF2/NHERF3 Protein Heterodimerization and Macrocomplex Formation Are Required for the Inhibition of NHE3 Activity by Carbachol. J Biol Chem 289, 20039-20053

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