Krishna Baksi

Associate Professor
Ph.D. 1978, All India Institute of Medical Sciences
ORCID #0000-0003-1736-783X

Academic Department(s)
Department of Anatomy and Cell Biology

Research Area

Research Interest
Structure-Function Relationship of Muscarinic Toxin MT-7
Dol-P-Man Synthase: Modulation of Protein N-Glycosylation

Selected Publications
N-acetylglucosaminyl 1-phosphate transferase: an excellent target for developing new generation breast cancer therapeutic. Banerjee A, Martinez JA, Longa MO, Zhang Z, Santiago J, Baksi K, Banerjee DK.  Adv Exp Med Biol. 2015;842:355-74. PMID: 25408354.
Balancing life with glycoconjugates: monitoring unfolded protein response-mediated anti-angiogenic action of tunicamycin by Raman Spectroscopy. Longas MO, Kotapati A, Prasad KP, Banerjee A, Santiago J, Baksi K, Banerjee DK. Pure Appl Chem. 2012 Jan 1;84(9):1907-1918

Unfolded protein response is required in nu/nu mice microvasculature for treating breast tumor with tunicamycin. Banerjee A, Lang JY, Hung MC, Sengupta K, Banerjee SK, Baksi K, Banerjee DK. J Biol Chem. 2011 Aug 19;286(33):29127-38.

Importance of a factor VIIIc-like glycoprotein expressed in capillary endothelial cells (eFactor VIIIc) in angiogenesis.Banerjee DK, Oliveira CM, Tavárez JJ, Katiyar VN, Saha S, Martínez JA, Banerjee A, Sánchez A, Baksi K. Adv Exp Med Biol. 2011;705:453-64
Mannosylphosphodolichol synthase overexpression supports angiogenesis. Zhang Z, Banerjee A, Baksi K, Banerjee DK. Biocatal Biotransformation. 2010 Jan 1;28(1):90-98.

Contact Information
Universidad Central del Caribe
P.O. Box 60327
Bayamón, PR 00960-6032

Tel  (787) 798-3001 ext. 2019