Dr. Balaji Krishnan Lab Publications
  1. Krishnan B, Natarajan C, Bourne KZ, Alikhani L, Wang J, Sowa A, Groen K, Perry B, Dickstein DL, Baulch JE, Limoli CL, Britten RA. Chronic Low Dose Neutron Exposure Results in Altered Neurotransmission Properties of the Hippocampus-Prefrontal Cortex Axis in Both Mice and Rats. International Journal of Molecular Sciences. 2021; 22(7):3668. https://doi.org/10.3390/ijms22073668

  2. Singh, A, Allen, D, Fracassi, A, Tumurbaatar, B, Natarajan, C, Scaduto, P, Woltjer, R, Kayed, R, Limon, A, Krishnan, B, Taglialatela G*# (2020) Functional integrity of synapses in the central nervous system of cognitively intact individuals with high Alzheimer’s disease neuropathology is associated with absence of synaptic tau oligomers. J. Alzheimers Dis. Nov. 7 Online ahead of print [PMID: 33185603] Co-corresponding Author, Co-senior author

  3. Krishnan, B, Sallam, HS, Tumurbaatar, B, Saieva, S, Baymon, D, Tuvdendorj, D, Micci, MA, Abate, N, and Taglialatela, G (2020) Amelioration of hippocampal dysfunction by adipose tissue-targeted stem cell transplantation in a mouse model of type 2 diabetes. J. Neurochem. 153(1): 51-62 [PMID: 31730234]

  4. Bourne, KZ, Natarajan, C, Medina Perez CX, Tumurbaatar, B, Taglialatela, G, and Krishnan, B (2019) Suppressing aberrant phospholipase D1 signaling in 3xTg Alzheimer’s disease mouse model promotes synaptic resilience. Sci. Rep. 9: 18342 [PMID: 31797996] [PMCID: PMC6892889] 

  5. Micci, M, Krishnan, B, Bishop, E, Zhang, W, Guptarak, J, Grant, A, Zolochevska, O, Tumurbaatar, B, Franklin, W, Marino, C, Widen, S, Luthra, A, Kernie, S, and Taglialatela, G (2019) Hippocampal stem cells promotes synaptic resistance to the dysfunctional impact of amyloid beta oligomers via secreted exosomes. Mol. Neurodegener., 14(1): 25 [PMID: 31200742] [PMCID: PMC6570890]

  6. Franklin, W, Krishnan, B, and Taglialatela, G (2019) Chronic synaptic insulin resistance after traumatic brain injury abolishes insulin protection from amyloid beta and tau oligomer-induced synaptic dysfunction. Sci. Reports 9(1): 8228 [PMID: 31160730] [PMCID: PMC6546708]

  7. Marino, C, Krishnan, B, Cappello, F, and Taglialatela, G (2019). Hsp60 protects against Amyloid β oligomer synaptic toxicity via modification of toxic oligomer conformation. ACS Chem. Neurosci., 10(6): 2858-2867 [PMID: 31091411]

  8. Comerota, M, Tumurbaatar, B, Krishnan, B, Kayed, R and Taglialatela, G (2019) Near infrared light treatment reduces synaptic levels of toxic tau oligomers in two transgenic mouse models of human tauopathies. Mol. Neurodegener. 58(5): 3341-3355 [PMID: 30120733] [PMCID: PMC6476871]

  9. Krishnan, B, Kayed, R, and Taglialatela, G (2018) Elevated phospholipase D isoform 1 in Alzheimer's disease patients' hippocampus: Relevance to synaptic dysfunction and memory deficits. Alzheimer’s & Dement. 4: 89-102 [PMID: 29560412] [PMCID:PMC5857521] Corresponding Author

  10. Comerota, M, Krishnan, B, and Taglialatela, G (2017) Near infrared light decreases synaptic vulnerability to amyloid beta oligomers. Sci. Reports. 7(1): 1501 [PMID: 29118388] [PMCID: PMC5678170]

  11. Krishnan, B (2016) Amygdala-Hippocampal Phospholipase D (PLD) signaling as novel mechanism of cocaine-environment maladaptive conditioned responses. Int. J. Neuropsychopharm. 19(6):pyv139 [PMID: 26802567] [PMCID: PMC4926798]

  12. Krishnan, B, Scott, MT, Pollandt, S, Schroeder, B, Kurosky, A, and Shinnick-Gallagher, P (2016) Fear potentiated startle increases phospholipase D (PLD) expression/activity and PLD-linked metabotropic glutamate receptor mediated post-tetanic potentiation in rat amygdala. Neurobiol. Learn. Mem. 128: 65-79 [PMID: 26748024] [PMCID: PMC4744522] Corresponding Author

  13. Krishnan, B, Genzer, K, Pollandt, S, Liu, J, Gallagher, JP, and Shinnick-Gallagher, P (2011) Dopamine-induced plasticity, phospholipase D (PLD) activity and cocaine-cue behavior depend on PLD-linked metabotropic glutamate receptors in amygdala. PLoSONE 6(9): e25639 [PMID: 21980514] [PMCID: PMC3181343] Corresponding Author

  14. Schmidt, K, Krishnan, B, Xia, Y, Sun, A, Orozco-Cabal, L, Pollandt, S, Centeno, M, Genzer, K, Gallagher, JP, Shinnick-Gallagher, P and Liu J (2011) Cocaine withdrawal reduces group I mGluR-mediated long-term potentiation via decreased GABAergic transmission in the amygdala. EJN 34(2): 177-189 [PMID: 21749491][PMCID: PMC3138813]

  15. Krishnan, B, Centeno, M, Pollandt, S, Fu, Y, Liu, J., Gallagher, JP, and Shinnick-Gallagher, P (2010) Dopamine receptor mechanisms mediate corticotrophin releasing factor-induced long-term potentiation in the rat amygdala following withdrawal. EJN 31(6): 1027-1042 [PMID: 20377617] [PMCID: PMC3118420] Corresponding Author

  16. Fu, Y, Pollandt, S, Liu, J, Krishnan, B, Genzer, K, Orozco-Cabal, L, Gallagher, JP, and Shinnick-Gallagher, P (2007) Long-term potentiation (LTP) in the central amygdala (CeA) is enhanced after prolonged withdrawal from chronic cocaine and requires CRF1 receptors. J Neurophysiol 97:937-941 [PMID: 17079348]

  17. Ge, H, Krishnan, P, Liu, L, Krishnan, B, Davis, RL, Hardin, PE, and Roman, G (2006) A Drosophila non-visual arrestin is required for the maintenance of olfactory sensitivity. Chem. Senses 31(1):49-62 [PMID: 16306316] [PMCID: PMC2180162]

  18. Tanouye, S, Krishnan, P, Krishnan, B, Dryer, SE, and Hardin PE (2004) Circadian clocks in antennal neurons are necessary and sufficient for olfaction rhythms in Drosophila. Curr. Biol. 14(8): 638-649 [PMID: 15084278]

  19. Krishnan, B, Levine, JD, Sisson, K, Dowse, HB, Funes, P, Hall, JC, Hardin, PE, and Dryer SE (2001) A novel role for cryptochrome in a Drosophila circadian oscillator. Nature 411: 313-317 [PMID: 11357134]

  20. Krishnan, B, Dryer, SE, and Hardin PE (1999) Circadian rhythms in olfactory responses of Drosophila melanogaster. Nature 400: 375-378 [PMID: 10432117]