Y.M. Bhatnagar, Ph.D.

Bio: 

Education

Ph.D., Boston College

Courses Taught at ACPHS

Biochemistry
Molecular Biology

Research Interests

Molecular biology of human chromosomes such as chromosomal proteins, DNA-protein interactions, human artificial chromosome vector construction and analysis of chromosomal elements like centromeres and telomeres.

Selected Publications

Koerper, G. E., Shipp, R. L. and Bhatnagar, Y. M. Repetitive DNA Elements as Probes for the Genomic Analysis of Scamp and Yellowmouth Grouper from the Gulf of Mexico. Molecular Biology in Fisheries & Aquaculture, Bioscience Publications, 2009; 1171-131.

Balczon, R., Wilson, M. and Bhatnagar, Y. M. Analysis of detached human kinetochores. Chromosoma, 2003; 112: 96-102.

Bhatnagar, Y.M., Mishra, P.V., Martinez, J.A., Saxena, K.M.S. and Wertelecki, W. Telomeres of higher primates. Biochem. Mol. Biol. Int. 1995; 37: 57-64.

Bellve, A.R., Millette, C.F., Bhatnagar, Y.M. and O'Brien, D.A. Dissociation of the Mammalian Testis and Characterization of Spermatogenic Cells. J. Histochem. Cytochem. 1977; 25:480-494. Among the Top 50 Papers Cited from this Journal.

Professor
Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences - Vermont Campus