Institute for Stem Cell Science and Regenerative Medicine

Highlighted Publications

Biswas R., Banerjee A., Lembo S., Zhao Z., Lakshmanan D., Lim R., Le S., Nakasaki M., Kutyavin V., Wright G., Palakodeti D., Ross R.S., Jamora C., Vasioukhin V., Jie Y., and Raghavan S. (2021) Mechanical instability of adherens junctions overrides intrinsic quiescence of hair follicle stem cells. Developmental Cell.

Dhandapany P.S., Kang S., Kashyap D.K., Rajagopal R., Sundaresan N.R., Singh R., Thangaraj K., Jayaprakash S., Manjunath C.N., Shenthar J. and Lebeche, D. (2021). Adiponectin receptor 1 variants contribute to hypertrophic cardiomyopathy that can be reversed by rapamycin. Science Advances, 7(2), p.eabb3991. DOI: 10.1126/sciadv.abb3991

Madhwal S., Shin M., Kapoor A., Goyal M., Joshi M.K., Rehman P.M.U., Gor K., Shim J. and Mukherjee T. (2020). Metabolic control of cellular immune-competency by odors in Drosophila. eLife, 9, p.e60376. doi: 10.7554/eLife.60376.

Kumari A., Kesarwani S., Javoor M. G., Vinothkumar K. R., and Sirajuddin M. (2020).Structural insights into actin filament recognition by commonly used cellular actin markers. EMBO Journal, e104006.

Varahan S., Sinha V., Walvekar A., Krishna S., and Laxman S. (2020).Resource plasticity-driven carbon-nitrogen budgeting enables specialization and division of labor in a clonal community. eLife, 9, e57609.

Kizhedathu A., Kunnappallil R. S., Bagul A., Verma P., and Guha A. (2020).Multiple Wnts act synergistically to induce Chk1/Grapes expression and mediate G2 arrest in Drosophila tracheoblasts. eLife, 9:e57056.

Kesarwani S., Lama P., Chandra A., Reddy P.P., Jijumon A.S., Bodakuntla S., Rao B.M., Janke C., Das R. and Sirajuddin M. (2020).Genetically encoded live cell sensor for tyrosinated microtubules. J Cell Biol. 219(10):e201912107.


International Partners

Bangalore Life Science Cluster (BLiSC)



The Institute for Stem Cell Science and Regenerative Medicine (inStem), is dedicated to the study of stem cell and regenerative biology.



The National Centre for Biological Sciences (NCBS), located in Bangalore, is part of the Tata Institute of Fundamental Research.



Centre for Cellular And Molecular Platforms (C-CAMP) is an initiative of Dept of Biotechnology, Ministry of Science and Technology, Govt.of India, with a mandate to be an enabler of cutting-edge life science research and innovation.