Rajanikanth Vadigepalli, PhD

Rajanikanth Vadigepalli, PhD

Contact Dr. Vadigepalli

1020 Locust Street
Jefferson Alumni Hall, Suite 314C
Philadelphia, PA 19107

(215) 955-0576
(215) 503-2636 fax

Most Recent Peer-reviewed Publications

  1. Retinoic Acid Fluctuation Activates an Uneven, Direction-Dependent Network-Wide Robustness Response in Early Embryogenesis
  2. 3D single cell scale anatomical map of sex-dependent variability of the rat intrinsic cardiac nervous system
  3. A single cell transcriptomics map of paracrine networks in the intrinsic cardiac nervous system
  4. Mapping the little brain at the heart by an interdisciplinary systems biology team
  5. Integrated Multiomics Reveals Glucose Use Reprogramming and Identifies a Novel Hexokinase in Alcoholic Hepatitis
  6. Input-output signal processing plasticity of vagal motor neurons in response to cardiac ischemic injury
  7. Innervation and Neuronal Control of the Mammalian Sinoatrial Node a Comprehensive Atlas
  8. Hepatic lipocalin 2 promotes liver fibrosis and portal hypertension
  9. Credible practice of modeling and simulation in healthcare: Ten rules from a multidisciplinary perspective
  10. A Comprehensive Integrated Anatomical and Molecular Atlas of Rat Intrinsic Cardiac Nervous System
  11. Investigating the Effects of Brainstem Neuronal Adaptation on Cardiovascular Homeostasis
  12. Diurnal Patterns of Gene Expression in the Dorsal Vagal Complex and the Central Nucleus of the Amygdala – Non-rhythm-generating Brain Regions
  13. Combining laser capture microdissection and microfluidic qpcr to analyze transcriptional profiles of single cells: A systems biology approach to opioid dependence
  14. Inflammation-associated suppression of metabolic gene networks in acute and chronic liver disease
  15. A Novel Mouse Model of Acute-on-Chronic Cholestatic Alcoholic Liver Disease: A Systems Biology Comparison With Human Alcoholic Hepatitis
  16. Model-based virtual patient analysis of human liver regeneration predicts critical perioperative factors controlling the dynamic mode of response to resection
  17. Single-cell glia and neuron gene expression in the central amygdala in opioid withdrawal suggests inflammation with correlated gut dysbiosis
  18. Single-cell gene expression analysis identifies chronic alcohol-mediated shift in hepatocyte molecular states after partial hepatectomy
  19. Causality analysis and cell network modeling of spatial calcium signaling patterns in liver lobules
  20. Cellular network modeling and single cell gene expression analysis reveals novel hepatic stellate cell phenotypes controlling liver regeneration dynamics
  21. Characterizing different class of patients based on their liver regeneration capacity post hepatectomy and the prediction of safe future liver volume for improved recovery
  22. Modeling the dynamics of human liver failure post liver resection
  23. Introduction to the Virtual Issue Alcohol and Epigenetic Regulation: Do the Products of Alcohol Metabolism Drive Epigenetic Control of Gene Expression in Alcohol-Related Disorders?
  24. Credibility, replicability, and reproducibility in simulation for biomedicine and clinical applications in neuroscience
  25. SPSNet: Subpopulation-sensitive network-based analysis of heterogeneous gene expression data