Abhijit Satpati, PhD

Title(s)Postdoctoral Scholar, Neurology
SchoolSchool of Medicine
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    Bangalore University, IndiaMaster of Science07/2009Zoology
    Bangalore University, IndiaPh.D04/2019Zoology

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    Dr. Satpati received his Master of Science (Zoology) and Ph.D. (Zoology) degrees from Bangalore University, India. His Ph.D. thesis was on the neuroprotective potential of endurance exercise and grape seed polyphenols, emphasizing the role of oxidative stress-associated changes in the expression of the muscarinic cholinergic receptor (m1) across different subfields of the hippocampus and medial prefrontal cortex in aging rats. He is particularly interested to understand the molecular mechanisms associated with selective neuronal vulnerability. In 2019 he joined the Department of Biomedical Sciences at the University of North Dakota as a post-doctoral fellow. He identified Group A Streptococcus infection mediated peripheral inflammation-induced reactive astrogliosis in the hippocampus and cerebral cortex is HLA-II and sex-dependent. He joined the Grinberg Lab in 2021 and is utilizing the quantitative stereology method to study the changes in wake-promoting histaminergic neurons in progressive Alzheimer’s disease and other neurodegenerative disorders.

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    1. The wake and sleep-modulating neurons of the lateral hypothalamic area demonstrate a differential pattern of degeneration in Alzheimer's disease. bioRxiv. 2024 Mar 12. Satpati A, Soloviev AV, Pereira FL, Mladinov M, Larsen E, Leite REP, Suemoto CK, Rodriguez RD, Paes VR, Walsh C, Spina S, Seeley WW, Pasqualucci CA, Filho WJ, Neylan TC, Grinberg LT. PMID: 38559184; PMCID: PMC10979907.
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    2. Histaminergic neurotransmission in aging and Alzheimer's disease: A review of therapeutic opportunities and gaps. Alzheimers Dement (N Y). 2023 Apr-Jun; 9(2):e12379. Satpati A, Neylan T, Grinberg LT. PMID: 37123051; PMCID: PMC10130560.
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    3. Priorities for research on neuromodulatory subcortical systems in Alzheimer's disease: Position paper from the NSS PIA of ISTAART. Alzheimers Dement. 2023 05; 19(5):2182-2196. Ehrenberg AJ, Kelberman MA, Liu KY, Dahl MJ, Weinshenker D, Falgàs N, Dutt S, Mather M, Ludwig M, Betts MJ, Winer JR, Teipel S, Weigand AJ, Eschenko O, Hämmerer D, Leiman M, Counts SE, Shine JM, Robertson IH, Levey AI, Lancini E, Son G, Schneider C, Egroo MV, Liguori C, Wang Q, Vazey EM, Rodriguez-Porcel F, Haag L, Bondi MW, Vanneste S, Freeze WM, Yi YJ, Maldinov M, Gatchel J, Satpati A, Babiloni C, Kremen WS, Howard R, Jacobs HIL, Grinberg LT. PMID: 36642985; PMCID: PMC10182252.
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    4. Metallothionein 3-Zinc Axis Suppresses Caspase-11 Inflammasome Activation and Impairs Antibacterial Immunity. Front Immunol. 2021; 12:755961. Chowdhury D, Gardner JC, Satpati A, Nookala S, Mukundan S, Porollo A, Landero Figueroa JA, Subramanian Vignesh K. PMID: 34867993; PMCID: PMC8633875.
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    5. Integration of qRT-PCR and Immunohistochemical Techniques for mRNA Expression and Localization of m1AChR in the Brain of Aging Rat. Methods in Molecular Biology. Clinical and Preclinical Models for Maximizing Healthspan. (Ed) Paul C. Guest. 2020; 2138:323-336. S Asha Devi, S Abhijit . View Publication.
    6. Grape seed proanthocyanidin extract and swimming training enhances neuronal number in dorso-medial prefrontal cortex in middle-aged male rats by alleviating oxidative stress. Journal of Functional Foods. 2019; 64(103693):14 pages. S. Abhijit, Sunil Jamuna Tripathi, B.S. Shankaranarayana Rao, S. Asha Devi. View Publication.
    7. Antioxidant action of grape seed polyphenols and aerobic exercise in improving neuronal number in the hippocampus is associated with decrease in lipid peroxidation and hydrogen peroxide in adult and middle-aged rats. Experimental Gerontology. 2017; 101:101-112. S. Abhijit, Sunil Jamuna Tripathi, Bhagya V., Shankaranarayana Rao B.S., Muthangi V. Subramanyam, S. Asha Devi. View Publication.
    8. Grape Seed Proanthocyanidin and Swimming Exercise Protects Against Cognitive Decline: A Study on M1 Acetylcholine Receptors in Aging Male Rat Brain. Neurochemical Research. 2017; 42:3573-3586. Satpati Abhijit, Muthangi V. V. Subramanyam, Sambe Asha Devi. View Publication.
    9. Oxidative Stress and the Brain: An Insight into Cognitive Aging. Topics in Biomedical Gerontology. (Eds) Rath, P., Sharma, R., Prasad, S. 2016; 123-140. Sambe Asha Devi, Abhijit Satpati . . View Publication.
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