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Divya Sri Priyanka Tallapragada

PhD Candidate
  • E-mailDivya.Tallapragada@uib.no
  • Visitor Address
    Haukeland universitetssykehus, Laboratoriebygget
  • Postal Address
    Postboks 7804
    5020 Bergen
  • 2019. Integrative Genomics Links Homeobox Transcription Factors to Risk of Visceral Adiposity .
Academic lecture
  • 2019. A novel amino acid transporter modulating insulin resistance via adipocytes ​.
  • 2019. Inhibition of serine transporter SLC7A10 promotes lipid accumulation through altered BCAA catabolism in adipocytes​.
  • 2019. Generation and validation of immortalized human paired subcutaneous and omental adipocyte models to study obesity.
  • 2018. Gene marker panel for omental and subcutaneous adipocytes in humans .

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Harrison, J., Tallapragada, D.S.P., Sharp, S., Patel, K.A., Oram, R., Weedon, M.N., Chandak, G.R. and Yajnik, C., 2018, March. A Type 1 diabetes genetic risk score developed in Europeans discriminates between Type 1 and Type 2 diabetes in Indo-Europeans in India. In DIABETIC MEDICINE (Vol. 35, pp. 196-196). 111 RIVER ST, HOBOKEN 07030-5774, NJ USA: WILEY.

Chandak, G.R., Silver, M.J., Saffari, A., Lillycrop, K.A., Shrestha, S., Sahariah, S.A., Di Gravio, C., Goldberg, G., Tomar, A.S., Betts, M. and Sajjadi, S., 2017. Protocol for the EMPHASIS study; epigenetic mechanisms linking maternal pre-conceptional nutrition and children’s health in India and Sub-Saharan Africa. BMC nutrition, 3(1), p.81.

Tomar, A.S., Tallapragada, D.S.P., Nongmaithem, S.S., Shrestha, S., Yajnik, C.S. and Chandak, G.R., 2015. Intrauterine programming of diabetes and adiposity. Current obesity reports, 4(4), pp.418-428.

Tallapragada, D.S.P., Bhaskar, S. and CHANDAK, G.R., 2015. New insights from monogenic diabetes for “common” type 2 diabetes. Frontiers in genetics, 6, p.251.

Tallapragada, D.S.P., Karpe, P.A. and Tikoo, K., 2015. Long‐lasting partnership between insulin resistance and endothelial dysfunction: role of metabolic memory. British journal of pharmacology, 172(16), pp.4012-4023.