Kudos to Indrajit and the team for our new article in Nature Communications describing “The 20S as a stand-alone proteasome in cells can degrade the ubiquitin-tag”
Sharing with you all the BioRxiv link:
Prasad Sulakshne et al.
Ubiquitination and receptor-mediated mitophagy converge to eliminate oxidation-damaged mitochondria during hypoxia – ScienceDirect
Our latest article where we demonstrate that mitochondrial ROS drives HIF-1 stabilization during hypoxia and ensuing mitophagy involves the contribution of the ubiquitin-proteasome system and ubiquitin-independent mitophagy receptors.
“So happy to share in the excitement of your graduation day (14th June 2021), and so very proud of you, too!”
“Cheers on your well-deserved success.” (on my left Roni Morag and to right Anwar Bderneh and Mahasen Sarji)
Lab has received a new funded project from Joint NSFC-ISF Research Grant-2018
Lab Received a new Grant from British Council under BIRAX RMI
£1.5 million awarded to four new joint medical research projects by British and Israeli scientists.
To know more:
MARIE SkŁodowska-CURIE ACTIONS Individual Fellowship
MSCA-IF, Horizon-2020, European Commission
Dr. Indrajit Sahu was awarded with the prestigious Marie Curie Fellowship for the year 2017 for 24 months.