Glenn Lobo, PhD

Associate Professor,

Glenn Lobo

Contact Info

Associate Professor


PhD. Human Genetics, University of Technology Sydney, Australia

Summary

Research

Publications

Ashish K. Solanki., Elisabeth Obert., Stephen Walterhouse., Ehtesham Arif., Bushra Rahman., Joshua H. Lipschutz., Shahid Husain., Jeffery Sundstrom., Bärbel Rohrer., Glenn P. Lobo* and Deepak Nihalani*. Motor Protein MYO1C is Critical for Photoreceptor Opsin Trafficking and Vision. Nature-Communications Biology (Under Review June 2020). *Co-corresponding authors.[https://www.biorxiv.org/content/10.1101/2020.06.02...

Solanki A.K., Manas B., Nihalani D.* and Lobo G.P*. Motor Protein MYO1C is a Novel Component of Photoreceptors. Frontiers in Cell and Developmental Biology (Under Review June 2020). *Co-corresponding Authors.

Solanki A.K., Kondkar A.A., Fogerty, J., Su Y., Lipschutz J.H., Nihalani D., Perkins, B.D., and Lobo G.P. A Functional Binding Domain in the Rbpr2 Receptor Is Required for Vitamin A Transport, Ocular Retinoid Homeostasis, and Photoreceptor Cell Survival in Zebrafish. Cells. https://doi.org/10.3390/cells9051099.

Ashish K. Solanki, Pankaj Srivastava, Ehtesham Arif, Christopher M. Furcht, Bushra Rahman, Pei Wen, Avinash Singh, Lawrence B Holzman, Wayne R. Fitzgibbon, Glenn Lobo, Joshua H. Lipschutz, Sang-Ho Kwon, Zhe Han, Matthew J Lazzara and Deepak Nihalani. HGF-induced activation of NEPHRIN and NEPH1 serves as a novel mechanism for recovery of podocytes from injury. JASN (Under review June 2020 [https://www.biorxiv.org/content/10.1101/2020.05.04...

Fulmer D., Toomer K., Guo L., Moore K., Glover J., Moore R., Stairley R., Lobo G., Zuo X., Dang Y., Su Y., Fogelgren B., Gerard P., Chung D., Heydarpour M., Mukherjee R., Body S.C, Norris R.A., Lipschutz J.H. Defects in the Exocyst-Cilia Machinery Cause Bicuspid Aortic Valve Disease and Aortic Stenosis. Circulation. 140:1331-1341.

Zuo X., Lobo G.P., Fulmer D., Guo L., Dang Y., Su Y., Ilatovskaya D.V., Nihalani D., Rohrer B., Body S.C., Norris R.A., Lipschutz J.H. The exocyst acting through the primary cilium is necessary for renal ciliogenesis, cystogenesis, and tubulogenesis. J. Biol. Chem. 294:6710-6718.