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Publications Of Ayugen's Members

  • Manish Pungliya, Minhas Sachin, Nagasamy Soumittra, Patil Shekar, Aggarwal Shyam. (2014). A study of incidence of EGFR mutations in non-smoker adenocarcinoma of the lung: disparity between north and south indian patients.Journal of Cancer Therapeutics & Research, Vol 3, pg 4 (ISSN 2049-7962).

  • Kapa S, Tester DJ, Salisbury BA, Harris-Kerr C, Pungliya MS, Alders M, Wilde AA, Ackerman MJ. (2009). Genetic testing for long-QT syndrome: distinguishing pathogenic mutations from benign variants.Circulation; 120(18):1752-60.

  • Guthery SL, Salisbury BA, Pungliya MS, Stephens JC, Bamshad M. (2007). The structure of common genetic variation in United States populations. Am J Hum Genet. Dec;81(6):1221-31.

  • Benjamin A. Salisbury, Richard S. Judson, Manish Pungliya, Janet Carr, Ming Qi, Wojciech Zareba, Jennifer L. Robinson, Arthur J. Moss, Melissa L. Will, David J. Tester and Michael J. Ackerman. (2006). The single nucleotide polymorphism D85N-KCNE1 is associated with both congenital and drug-induced Long QT. Heart Rhythm, Vol. 3, Issue 5, page S98.

  • Benjamin A. Salisbury, Manish Pungliya, Carole Harris-Kerr, Richard S. Judson, David J. Tester, Melissa L. Will, Michael J. Ackerman. (2006). Distinguishing causative and non-causative mutations in long QT syndrome. Heart Rhythm, Vol. 3, Issue 5, page S134.

  • M. S. Pungliya, B. A. Salisbury and J. C. Stephens. (2004). Application of an Ancestry-Informative SNP Panel to a Large Cosmopolitan Sample. American Society of Human Genetics, Toronto, Canada.

  • Pungliya, M.S., Salisbury, B.A., Nandabalan, K., Stephens, J.C. (2004). Genetic variability and evolution of two pharmacologically important classes of genes. Pharmacogenomics, 5(1), pp. 115-27.

  • Windemuth A, Kumar M, Nandabalan K, Koshy B, Xu C, Pungliya M, Judson R. (2003). Genome-wide association of haplotype markers to gene expression levels. Cold Spring Harb Symp Quant Biol., 68, pp. 89-107.

  • Schneider, J.A., Pungliya, M.S., Choi, J.Y., Jiang, R., Sun, X.J., Stephens, J.C. (2003). DNA variability of human genes.Mechanisms of Ageing and Development, 124(1), pp. 17-25.

  • Salisbury, B.A.,Pungliya, M., Choi, J.Y., Jiang, R., Sun, X.J., Stephens, J.C. (2003). SNP and haplotype variation in human genome. Mutation Research, 526 (1-2), pp. 53-61.

  • C. J. Messer, G. Ruaño, J. A. Schneider, M. S. Pungliya, B. A. Salisbury, J. Y. Choi, A. E. Anastasio, R. Jiang, K. Parks, J. C. Stephens. (2002). Large-scale comparison of SNP and haplotype frequencies in 98 genes between 590 candidates for lipid-lowering therapy and 21 individuals from the general population. American Society of Human Genetics, Baltimore, MD, USA.

  • Benjamin A. Salisbury, Manish S. Pungliya, Julie A. Schneider, Julie Y. Choi, Ruhong Jiang, Xiao Jenny Sun, Richard S. Judson, Gerald F. Vovis, J. Claiborne Stephens. (2002). Patterns of DNA variability in human genes. American Society of Human Genetics, Baltimore, MD, USA.

  • Julie A. Schneider, Alison E. Anastasio, Jodi L. Vanden Eng, Carlos D. Brain,Manish S. Pungliya, Ruhong Jiang, Chuanbo Xu, J. Claiborne Stephens. (2002). Unexpected patterns regarding the ancestral state of human polymorphism in 313 genes. American Society of Human Genetics, Baltimore, MD, USA.

  • Ruhong Jiang, Debra Tanguay, Zongliang Mu, Ping Zhan, Manish Pungliya, Julie Schneider, Min Wei, Carole Harris-Kerr, Jicheng Duan, Krishnan Nandabalan, J. Claiborne Stephens, and Chuanbo Xu. (2002) Haplotype variation in human G protein-coupled receptor (GPCR) genes.ISMB, Edmonton, Canada.

  • Shoemaker, C., Pungliya, M., Sao Pedro, M., Ruiz, C., Alvarez, S., Ward, M., Ryder, E., Krushkal, J. (2001). Computational methods for single point and multipoint analysis of genetic variants associated with a simulated complex disorder in a general population. Genetic Epidemiology, 21 (Suppl 1): S738-S745.

  • Pungliya, M., Ward, M., Ryder, E.F., Krushkal. J. (2000). A genotype-specific approach to association analysis of genetic polymorphisms in a general population. Genetic Analysis Workshop 12 (GAW12), San Antonio, TX, USA.