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Dr. rer. nat. Nisha Verma

Schillerstr. 29
91054 Erlangen

E-Mail: nisha.nv.verma@fau.de
Telefon: ++ 49 9131 85-26102
Fax: ++ 49 9131 85-22317

 

Diplom Chemikerin

 

Publications

1. Verma N., Pink M., Petrat F, Rettenmeier A.W. & Schmitz-Spanke S. (2015) Proteomic analysis of human bladder epithelial cells by 2D blue native SDS PAGE reveals TCDD induces alterations of calcium and iron homeostasis possibly mediated by nitric oxide Journal of proteome research, 14(1): 202-213.

2. Pink M., Verma N., Rettenmeier A.W. & Schmitz-Spanke S. (2014) Integrated proteomic and metabolomic analysis to assess the effects of pure and benzo[a]pyrene-loaded carbon black particles on energy metabolism and motility in the human endothelial cell line EA.hy926. Archives of Toxicology, 88(4): 935-6

3. Verma N., Pink M., Rettenmeier A.W. & Schmitz-Spanke S. (2013) Benzo[a]pyrene-mediated toxicity in primary pig bladder epithelial cells: A proteomic approach. Journal of Proteomics, 85: 53-64.

4. Pink M., Stein C., Verma N., Rettenmeier A. W., & Simone Schmitz-S. (2013) Gel-based separation of phosphoproteins in samples stored in urea/thiourea after precipitation by lanthanum chloride. Electrophoresis 34(4): 501-504.

5. Verma N., Pink M., Petrat F., Rettenmeier A.W. & Schmitz-Spanke S. (2012) Exposure of primary porcine urothelial cells to benzo(a)pyrene: In vitro uptake, intracellular concentration and biological response. Archives of Toxicology, 86(12): 1861-1871.

6. Verma N., Pink M., Rettenmeier A.W. & Schmitz-Spanke S. (2012) Review on proteomic analyses of Benzo[a]pyrene toxicity. Proteomics, 12(11): 1731-1755.

7. Verma N., Bäuerlein C., Pink M., Rettenmeier A.W. & Schmitz-Spanke S. (2011) Analysis of the proteome and phosphoproteome of primitively cultured pig urothelial cells. Electrophoresis, 32(24): 3600-3611.

8. Verma N., Rettenmeier A.W. & Schmitz-Spanke S. (2011) Recent advances in the use of Sus scrofa (pig) as a model system for proteomic studies. Proteomics, 11(4): 776-793.

9. Pink M., Verma N., Polato F., Hideo B.A., Rettenmeier W.A., & Spanke- Schmitz S. (2011) Precipitation by lanthanum ions: an improved approach to isolate phosphoproteins. Journal of Proteomics, 75(2): 375-83.

10. Pink M., Verma N., Rettenmeier A.W. & Schmitz-Spanke S. (2010) CBB staining protocol with higher sensitivity and mass spectrometric compatibility. Electrophoresis, 31(4): 593-598.

Communicated papers

11. Verma N., Pink M., Boland S., Rettenmeier A.W. & Schmitz-Spanke S. (2017) Benzo[a]pyrene-induced metabolic shift from glycolysis to pentose phosphate pathway in RT4 cells as assessed by a proteomic and metabolomic approach (communicated).

12. Pink M, Z Anna., Verma N., & Schmitz-Spanke S. (2017) Paradoxical and hormetic response of 3-NBA in bladder epithelial cells (communicated).

ABSTRACTS

1. Verma N., Pink M., Rettenmeier A. W., Schmitz-Spanke S. (2012) Identification of protein complexes involved in calcium and iron homeostasis after TCDD exposure. Naunyn-Schmiedeberg's archives of pharmacology, 385 (1), pp 99-99.

2. Schmitz-Spanke S., Pink M., Jeske E., Stempelmann K., Rehn S., Verma N., Rettenmeier A. W. (2012) Protein expression changes in B[a]P -exposed human bladder cancer cells from spliceosome activation towards redistribution of the cytoskeleton after long-term exposure to subacute concentration. Naunyn-Schmiedeberg's archives of pharmacology, 385 (1), pp 83-84.

3. Verma N., Rettenmeier A.W. & Schmitz-Spanke S. (2010) Proteomic analysis of primary porcine bladder epithelial cells after B[a]P exposure. Toxicol Lett; 196: S571-S571.

4. Verma N., Rettenmeier A.W. & Schmitz-Spanke S. (2009) Pig as a model organism for toxicoproteomic studies on bladder cancer. Toxicol Lett; 189: S194-S194.

5. Chand D., Vitzthum F., Sogani M., Pandey D., Singh R., Verma N. & Bhalla T.C. (2007) Synthesis of acetohydroxamic acid in batch and fed-batch mode using acyltransferase activity of resting cells of Nocardia globerula entrapped in alginate gel beads. XVth International workshop on Bioencapsulation, Vienna, Austria: S1-05.

6. Verma N., Chand D. & Pandey D. (2006) Isolation and Screening of glutaminase producing microbes. 47th Annual Conference of Association of Microbiologist (AMI), Barakatullah University, Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh: p 188.

7. Chand D., Kumar D.K., Pandey D., Verma N. & Singh R. (2006) Production of wide-spectrum amidase from Bacillus sp. APB 6. 47th Annual Conference of Association of Microbiologist (AMI), Barakatullah University, Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh: p 180.

8. Singh K.S., Chand D., Pandey D., Verma N., Kumar D., Tyagi N. & Bhalla T.C. (2005) Isolation and Screening of Acyltransferase producing bacterial strains and optimization of production and reaction conditions. 46th Annual Conference of Association of Microbiologist (AMI), Osmania University, Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh: p 75.

9. Pandey D., Chand D., Verma N., Singh K.S. & Bhalla T.C. (2005) Purification and Characterization of Acyltransferase from Nocardia globerula. 46th Annual Conference of Association of Microbiologist (AMI), Osmania University, Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh: p 75.

10. Tyagi N., Chand D., Pandey D., Verma N., Singh K.S., Kumar D. & Bhalla T.C. (2005) Purification and Characterization of Amidase from Nocardia globerula. 46th Annual Conference of Association of Microbiologist (AMI), Osmania University, Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh: p 47.

Oral* / Poster** Presentations

1. *Verma N. (2013) Time-dependent absorption, subcellular localization and quantification of benzo[a]pyrene in primary urinary pig epithelial cells. 53rd Annual Conference of the German Society for Occupational and Environmental Medicine (DGAUM), Bregenz, Austria.

2. **Verma N., Pink M., Rettenmeier A.W. & Schmitz-Spanke S. (2012) Identification of protein complexes involved in calcium and iron homeostasis after TCDD exposure. Deutschen Gesellschaft für Experimentelle und Klinische Pharmakologie und Toxikologie, Dresden, Germany

3. *Verma N. (2011) Protein complexes as downstream targets of AhR signaling and the possible role of calcium and iron in TCDD mediated toxicity. 17th workshop of Zell- und Gewebeschädigung: Mechanismen, Protektion und Therapie, Xanthen, Germany.

4. **Verma N., Rettenmeier A.W. & Schmitz-Spanke S. (2011) Studies on the analysis of Benzo[a]pyrene uptake and distribution using laser scanning microscopy. 52nd Annual Conference of the German Society for Occupational and Environmental Medicine (DGAUM), Heidelberg, Germany.

5. **Verma N., Rettenmeier A.W., Schmitz-Spanke S. (2010) Proteomic analysis of primary porcine bladder epithelial cells after B[a]P exposure. XII International congress of toxicology, Barcelona, Spain.

6. **Verma N., Rettenmeier A.W., Schmitz-Spanke S. (2009) Pig as a model organism for toxicoproteomic studies on bladder cancer. 46th congress of European society of toxicology, Dresden, Germany.

7. **Verma N., Rettenmeier A.W., Schmitz-Spanke S. (2008) Proteomics of porcine urinary bladder epithelial cells (PUBEC): The role of aryl hydrocarbon receptor. Forschungstag der medizinischen fakultät, Essen, Germany.

8. **Verma N., Chand D. & Pandey D. (2006) Isolation and Screening of glutaminase producing microbes. 47th Annual Conference of Association of Microbiologist (AMI), Barakatullah University, Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh.