Selected Recent Publications

  1. Mitra, R., Richhariya, S., Jayakumar, S., Notani, D. and Hasan, G. IP3 mediated Ca2+ signals regulate larval to pupal transition under nutrient stress through the H3K36 methyltransferase Set2. Development, in press.
  2. Dhanya, S K and Hasan, G. Purkinje neurons with loss of STIM1 exhibit age-dependent changes in gene expression and synaptic components. J. Neurosci (2021) 41, 3777-3798.
  3. Sharma, Anamika and Hasan, G. Modulation of flight and feeding behaviors require presynaptic IP3Rs in dopaminergic neurons. eLife 2020;9:e62297. DOI:
  4. Manjila, S. B., Kuruvilla, M., Ferveur, J-F., Sane, S and Hasan, G. Extended flight bouts require disinhibition from GABAergic mushroom body neurons. Current Biology (2019) 29, 283-293.
  5. Gopurappilly R., Deb B. K., Chakraborty P. and Hasan G. Stable STIM1 knockdown in self-renewing human neural precursors promotes premature neural differentiation. Front. Mol. Neurosci. (2018).
  6. Shlesha Richhariya, Siddharth Jayakumar, Katharine Abruzzi, Michael Rosbash & Gaiti Hasan. A pupal transcriptomic screen identifies Ral as a target of store-operated calcium entry in Drosophila. Scientific Reports 7, Article number: 42586 (2017) doi:10.1038/srep42586
  7. Jayakumar,S., Richhariya, S., Reddy, O.V., Texada, M.J., and Hasan, G. Drosophila larval to pupal switch under nutrient stress requires IP3R/Ca2+ signalling in glutamatergic interneurons. eLife. (2016). DOI:
  8. Deb, B.K., Pathak, T. and Hasan, G.Store-independent modulation of Ca2+ entry through Orai by Septin 7 (2016). Nat. Comm. doi:10.1038/ncomms11751
  9. Pathak, T., Agrawal, T., Richhariya, S., Sadaf, S. and Hasan, G. Store-Operated Calcium Entry through Orai Is Required for Transcriptional Maturation of the Flight Circuit in Drosophila (2015). J Neurosci,7 October 2015, 35(40): 13784-13799; doi: 10.1523/JNEUROSCI.1680-15.2015,  F1000Prime
  10. Venkiteswaran, G and Hasan, G. Intracellular calcium signalling  and store-operated Ca2+ entry are required in Drosophila neurons for flight. PNAS. (2009). 106, 10326-10331. F1000Prime,  Nature India