• G. Zvilichovsky and U. Fotadar. On the reaction of carbonyl compounds with 3, 5, dihydroxy-4-phenylisoxazole. A novel type of non-catalyzed condensation and carbon-carbon bond formation. J. Org. Chem. 38, 1782, 1973.
  • G. Zvilichovsky and U. Fotadar. Facile synthesis of substituted malonates. Organic Prep. Proc. International. 6, 5, 1974.
  • U. Fotadar, C. Becu, F. A.. M. Borremans, and M. J.. 0. Anteunis. Synthesis and conformational aspects of trimethyl-ammonium-methyl-substituted-2-oxazolines as potential cholinergics. Tetrahedron 34, 3537, 1978.
  • U. Fotadar. Synthesis of new analogues of phenylcyclidine. Indian J. Chemistry 20, 11, 1981.
  • U. Fotadar and D. Cowburn. Synthesis of 1-(13)C and 3-(13)C Isomers of aspartic and glutamic acids. convenient preparation of ethyl-succinadyle-hydate and propyl-3-bromo (3(13)C) propionate. J. Labelled Compds and Radiopharm 8, 1003, 1983.
  • E. Ponnuswamy and U. Fotadar, E. Ponnusamy, A. Spisni, and D. Fiat. A novel method for rapid, non-aqueous T-butyloxycarbonylation of (17)O labeled glycine, L-phenylalanine, L-proline and L-tyrosine. Synthesis 1, 48, 1986.
  • U. Fotadar, L.E. Shapiro and M.I. Surks. Simultaneous use of standard and low melting agarose for separation and isolation of DNA by electrophoresis. Biotechniques 10, 2, 1991.
  • C.R. DeFesi, U. Fotadar, L.E. Shapiro and M.I. Surks. T3 Induced Messenger RNAs, During the Early Period in Cultured GC Cells, The Endocrine Society 74th Annual Meeting, 653, 1992.
  • C.R. Defesi, V. Bell, U.Fotadar, L. Shapiro and M.I. Surks. Loss of Thyroid Hormone(TH)-dependent Growth in Variant GC Cells is Associated with Autonomous Expression of mRNAs Normally Induced by TH. The Endocrine Society 75th Annual Meeting. 1439 1993.
  • G. Kwan, J. Neuharten, M. Sherman, Q. Ding, U. Fotadar, J. Lei, and S. Silbiger. Effect of sex hormones on mesangial cell proliferation and collagen synthesis. Kidney Inter. 50, 1173-1179, 1996.
  • W. Yan, M. Yost, R. Price, J. Carrion, U. Fotadar and L. Terracio. Tissue Engineered Skeletal Muscle And Its Characterization. Tissue Engineering, Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory, Nov. 21-24, 10, 2002.
  • U. Fotadar, A.R. Kamer, J. Zelig and L. Terracio. Modified bacterial method for the generation of recombinant adenoviruses via super-heat-shock. Technical Tips Online 1. TO2768, 2003.
  • B.G. Safar, U. Fotadar, P. Sacks and L. Terracio. The Effects of Stretch on the Expression of the Expression of Collagen 1 Gene in Cultured Rat Gingival Connective Tissue Fibroblasts. 32nd Annual AADR Meeting (1183), March 12-15, 2003.
  • W. Yan. U. Fotadar, M. Yost, R. Price, J. Carrion and L. Terracio. Tissue Engineering of Skeletal Muscle: Phase 2-Characterization. 32nd Annual AADR Meeting (1512), March 12-15, 2003.
  • P. Zaveloff, J. Zelig, M. Weinberg, U. Fotadar, P. Difiore, L. Terracio and R. Boylan. The Use of Heteroduplex Analysis to Find Bacterial Transmission in the Oral Cavity. 32nd Annual AADR Meeting (0175), March 12-15, 2003.
  • P.G. Sacks, J. Mo, U. Fotadar, E. Hittleman, K. Fleisher, Q. Huang and J. McCutcheon. Modulation of integrin expression by extracellular matrix in an oral model for premalignancy. Proc. Amer. Assoc. Cancer Res., 45: 2004.
  • J. Kazimiroff, M. Hassan, U. Fotadar, W. Yan and L. Terracio. Morphology and Gene Expression in Static Strained Human Osteoblast-like Cells. 82nd IADR/AADR/CADR Annual Meeting (47890), March 10-13, 2004.
  • A.R. Kamer, U. Fotadar, S.A. Kamer and P.G. Sacks. Doxycycline effect on metalloproteinases depends on the ECM environment. The FEBS J. , 272, Suppl. 1, 2005.
  • U. Fotadar, P. Zaveloff and L. Terracio. The growth of Escherichia coli at elevated temperatures. J. Basic Microbiol.  45, 5, 403-404, 2005.

Note: The first demonstration that a strain of E. coli, namely DH5alpha can grow up to 49 degrees C  in Luria-Bertani medium.

  • W. Yan, U. Fotadar, S. George, M. Yost, R. Price, and L. Terracio. Cell-cell interaction in engineered cardiac tissue. Microscopy and Microanalysis, 11: 936-937, 2005.
  • W. Yan, U. Fotadar, S. George, M. Yost, R. Price, and L. Terracio. Cell-Cell  Tissue engineering of skeletal muscle. Microscopy and Microanalysis, 11: 1254-1255, 2005.
  • Q. Huang, P.G. Sacks, U. Fotadar, J. Mo, J. Silvio Gutkind, V. Patel, S.A. McCormick, S. Schaefer, S. P. Schantz. Down-regulations of SMARCA2 and CASP1 and up-regulation of GPCR5A may play a synergic role in malignant transformation in an oral premalignant cell line. American Association for Cancer Research Annual Meeting (8945), April 17, 2005.
  • L. Terracio, W. Yan, U. Fotadar, S. George, S. Fann, and R. Price. Skeletal Muscle in vitro Growth with Applications to Tissue Engineering. The FASEB J. , 2006.
  • L. Terracio, W. Yan, U. Fotadar, S. George, S. Fann, R. Price and M. Yost. Tissue skeletal muscle: in vitro growth with applications to tissue engineering. www.fasebj.org/cgi/content/full/20/4/A441-b.W. Yan, U. Fotadar, S. George, M. Yost, C. Haggart, J. Holmes and L. Terracio. Tissue Engineered Skeletal Muscle.  iadr.confex.com (0493), June 28-July, 1, 2006.
  • W. Yan, U. Fotadar, S. George, M.J. Yost, R.L. Price and L. Terracio.  Growth of Aligned Skeletal Muscle in vitro. conferencestrategists.com.
  • W. Yan, S. George, U. Fotadar, N. Tyhovych, A. Kamer, M.J. Yost, R.L. Price, C.R. Haggart, J.W. Holmes, and L. Terracio. Tissue engineering of skeletal muscle. Tissue Engineering. Vol. 13. Number 11, 2781-2790, 2007

General Interest Publications(many are referred to on my home page)

  • U. Fotadar, India and China. Nature, 332, 390, 1988.
  • U. Fotadar, India’s atoms for energy. Bulletin of Atomic Scientists, Page 45, April 1989.
  • U. Fotadar, India’s Buddhists and Hindus Live in Harmony. New York Times, July 17, 1992.
  • U. Fotadar, Energy, not bombs. Nature, 381, 728, 1996.
  • U. Fotadar, Inquiry about Otto Heinrich Warburg. Science, March 31, 2000.
  • U. Fotadar, Science and Creationism. Nature’s blog on web technology and science.  June 7, 2006.
  • U.Fotadar, Nobel medal swiped, Nature blog, March 7, 2007
  • U. Fotadar, Letter Pertaining to an Indian Holy Symbol.  The Guardian (UK). January 23, 2007.
  • U. Fotadar, Comments pertaining to “Rain-making bacteria found around the world” (Nature News online, 28 February 2008), published on March 11, 2008.