Wang L, Das U, Scott D, Tang Y, McLean P and Roy S (2014). Alpha-Synuclein Multimers Cluster Synaptic Vesicles and attenuate Recycling. Current Biology, 2014 Sep 24. (14)01040-9.
Tang Y, Scott D, Das U, Gitler D, Ganguly S, and Roy S (2013). Fast vesicle transport is required for the slow axonal transport of synapsin.
Journal of Neuroscience, 33(39):15362-15375.
Das U, Scott D, Koo EH, Tang Y and Roy S. (2013) Activity-induced convergence of APP and BACE-1 in acidic microdomains via an endocytosis-dependent pathway.
Neuron, Aug. 7 issue.
Scott D and Roy S. (2012) Alpha-synuclein inhibits inter-synaptic vesicle mobility and maintains recycling pool homeostasis.
Journal of Neuroscience, July 25; 32(30):10129-35.
Roy S, Yang Ge, Tang Y and Scott D. (2011). A simple photo-activation and image-analysis module for visualizing and analyzing axonal transport with high temporal resolution.
Nature Protocols; 7:62-8.
Scott D, Das U, Tang Y and Roy S. (2011) Mechanistic logic underlying the axonal transport of cytosolic proteins.
Scott D, Tabarean I, Tang Y, Cartier A, Masliah E, Roy S. (2010) A pathologic cascade leading to synaptic dysfunction in α-synuclein-induced neuro-degeneration
Journal of Neuroscience 16;30(24):8083-95.
Tang Y, Scott D, Das U, Edland S, Radomski K, Koo E and Roy
S. (2012) Early and selective impairments in axonal transport kinetics of synaptic cargoes induced by soluble amyloid-beta protein oligomers.
VISUALIZING SLOW AXONAL TRANSPORT
Visualizing and Analyzing Slow Axonal Transport: A temporally-linked composite showing the mobility of the PAGFP:synapsin (slow transport cargo) after photoactivation in an axon (greyscale, top, direction of axon left --> right); the resultant pseudocolor kymograph in the center (middle); and the intensity-center data below (essentially sequential line-scans; the quantitative center is marked with a red dot to help visualize the shift). Note the shift in the curves (displacement of the red dot) corresponds to the anterogradely-biased transport of the fluorescent plume as seen in the kymograph and the greyscale image. Gaussian curves are shown for ease of visualization, but the data are similar to that from raw intensity-values.
See Roy et al., 2011
June 2015 - Lina receives the prestigious Larry Hillblom postdoctoral Fellowship.
May/June 2015 - Subhojit co-organizes neuronal trafficking meeting with Erika Holzbaur and Kang Shen. See pics
Jan 2015 - Amazing life-like portraits on lab wall by Jon (Jon sketched by Kelsey). Sharpie on Polystyrene Foam...PI scowling as expected See pic
Dec 2014 - Lab Camping Trip!
See pics here
Sept 2014 - Lina's paper on alpha-synuclein published in Current Biology. See pic of synuclein party
Sept 2014 - Jonathan Loi (undergrad) joins the lab.
Aug 2014 - Kelsey Ladt, PhD student joins the lab.
Apr 2014 - Archan's paper comes out in "Methods in Molecular Biology".
Apr 2014 - Subhojit gives a talk at Mayo Clinic Jacksonville (invited by Pam McLean).
Apr 2014 - New paper on autistic brains in NEJM (Subhojit is neuropathologist).
Mar 2014 - Subhojit gives a talk at the ASN meeting in Long Beach.
Dec 2013 - The Roy lab travels to the big easy for ASCB meeting. See pics here
Nov 2013- Subhojit gives talks at Columbia and Temple U.
Nov 2013 - Irene Sambri (TIGEM Naples) visits Roy lab for a short training.
Nov 2013 - Lina unleashes her synuclein poster at SFN...
Oct 2013 - Ivonnie Shih, undergrad Regents scholar joins lab for rotation.
Sept/Oct - Dr. D's and Yong's paper recommended in F1000.