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Dr. Jani has contributed to 3 publications.
Title Genemesh: a Web-based Microarray Analysis Tool for Relating Differentially Expressed Genes to Mesh Terms.
Date October 2010
Journal Bmc Bioinformatics

An important objective of DNA microarray-based gene expression experimentation is determining inter-relationships that exist between differentially expressed genes and biological processes, molecular functions, cellular components, signaling pathways, physiologic processes and diseases.

Title Transgenic Labeling of Hair Cells in the Zebrafish Acousticolateralis System.
Date July 2010
Journal Gene Expression Patterns : Gep

The zebrafish provides a useful experimental system for investigations of aural development. To permit the controlled expression of transgenes in developing hair cells, we isolated the genomic control regions of the parvalbumin 3a (pvalb3a) and parvalbumin 3b (pvalb3b) genes. Deletion analysis and somatic-cell transgenesis restricted the cis-acting control regions for hair cells to as little as 484base pairs for pvalb3a and 650base pairs for pvalb3b. Using both meganuclease-mediated and standard methods, we produced transgenic animals that transmit transgenes through their germ lines. These fish express GFP in hair cells in the inner ear and lateral line. Two stable transgenic lines express GFP prior to hair-bundle formation, so the associated promoter constructs are suitable for manipulating gene expression during bundle development. We additionally identified a transgenic line that offers variable labeling of supporting cells.

Title Renal Masses Herniating into the Hilum: Technical Considerations of the "ball-valve Phenomenon" During Nephron-sparing Surgery.
Date April 2010
Journal Urology

To describe our technique to recognize and resect renal tumors "ball-valving" into the sinus. Partial nephrectomy (PN) offers a functional advantage over radical nephrectomy for many cases of localized renal cell carcinoma. However, PN is underutilized particularly in anatomically challenging cases. Often unrecognized is the tendency for central renal tumors to herniate into the renal sinus.

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