Alam Nur-E-Kamal Ph.D.

Professor of Biology
Medgar Evers College of the City University of New York
1150 Carroll Street, Brooklyn, New York 11225
Tel: (718) 270-5078 (W); (732) 572-0239
FAX: (718) 270-6498

Dr. Nur-E-Kamal is an award-winning educator and mentor with 25 years of teaching experience at undergraduate and graduate level both in Science and Medical Universities. An accomplished research scholar with over 60 publications in peer-reviewed top grade Journals in the field. A successful researcher with experience in establishing top-level molecular and cell biology research laboratory, supervising Ph.D. students and postdoctoral fellows. A successful team leader with strong communication, management, leadership, and interpersonal skills. He has a broad experience of teaching and leading biomedical research team in many international Universities and Institutions including Bangladesh, Japan, Australia, U.A.E., Germany, and U.S.A.

Dr. Nur-E-Kamal is interested in understanding the molecular mechanism of small G proteins (e.g. Ras, Rho, Rac, and Cdc42) mediated signal transduction pathways in mammalian cells. His laboratory is engaged in exploring differential signaling processes of small proteins in cancer cells, nerve cells, and stem cells. He has been working as an independent investigator since 1993. During this period, he has supervised many post-docs, graduate students, M.Sc. students, undergraduate students, and technicians. After joining Medgar Evers College, he has received an appointment as a Doctoral faculty by the Research foundation of the City University of New York. Dr. Nur-E-Kamal supervised fifteen LS-AMP students who were successful in getting enrollment in graduate program. He has received an excellent experience in providing appropriate training to undergraduate students and prepares them to be successful in getting enrollment in graduate program. The goal of this project is to train minority undergraduate minority students and to prepare them for graduate program. One of the major goals of this program is to provide them hand-on research experience on laboratory techniques of molecular biology, cell biology, neurobiology, immunology, microbiology, and biochemistry



  • Ijaz, M.K., Talukder, K. A., Aslam, M., Haque, R., Ganguly, S., Azmi, I.J., Hossain, M.K., Mukherjee, A.M., Raj, D., Ahmed, I., Kamal, K. Rubino, J. R., and Nur-E-Kamal, A. (2013) Natural contamination of human hands with enteric parasites in Indian Subcontinent. World J. Clin. Infect. Dis. 3(2): 13-19.
  • Talukder, K.A., Azmi, I.J., Ahmed, K.A., Hossain, M.S., Kabir, Y., Cravioto, A., Sack, D.A., Nur-E-Kamal, A. Activation of p53/ATM-dependent DNA damage signaling pathway by shiga toxin in mammalian cells. Microb Pathog. 52:311-7, 2012. 2
  • Ijaz, M.K., Rubino, J.R., Talukder, K.A., Nur-E-Kamal, A. (2011) Identification of intestinal parasites from naturally contaminated hands of people living in low socio-economic areas of Dhaka, Bangladesh, Int. J. Infect. Dis. 14, 334-335.
  • Nur-E-Kamal, A., Qureshi, M., Zhang, A, Revery, S, and Welsh, W. Ras signal transduction based design of anticancer therapy. Proc. Golden Jub. Int. Conf. Vol.1, 39-52, 2008.
  • Talukder, K.A., Aslam, M., Islam Z., Azmi, I. J., Dutta, D.K., Hossain, S., Endtz, H. P., Nur-E- Kamal, A., Nair, G.B., Cravioto, A., and Sack, D.A. Prevalence of virulence genes and cytolethal distending toxin (CDT) production in Campylobacter jejuni isolated from diarrhoeal patients in Bangladesh. J. Clin. Micriol. 46:1485-8, 2008.
  • Nur-E-Kamal, A., Ahmed, I., Kamal, J., Babu, A.N., Schindler, M and Meiners, S. Covalently attached FGF-2 to three-dimensional polyamide nanofibrillar surfaces demonstrates enhanced biological stability and activity. Mol Cell Biochem. 309:157-66, 2007.
  • Nur-E-Kamal, A., Meiners S., Ahmed, I., Azarova, A., Lin, C.P., Lyu, Y.L., and Liu, L.F. Role of DNA topoisomerase IIbeta in neurite outgrowth. Brain Res. 1154:50-60, 2007.
  • Shimazu, T., Degenhardt, K., Nur-E-Kamal, A., Zhang, J., Yoshida, T., Zhang, Y., Methew, R., White, E., Inouye, M. NBK/BIK antagonizes MCL-1 and BCL-XL and activates BAK-mediated apoptosis in response to protein synthesis inhibition. Genes Dev. 21: 929-41. 2007.
  • Ahmed, I, Ponery, A.S., Nur-E-Kamal, A., Kamal, J., Meshel, A.S., Sheetz, M.P., Schindler, M., and Meiners, S. Morphology, cytoskeletal organization, and myosin dynamics of mouse embryonic fibroblasts cultured on nanofibrillar surfaces. Mol Cell Biochem. 301:241-9, 2007.
  • . Melvin, S., Nur-E-Kamal, A., Ijaz, A., Kamal, J., Liu, H-Y., Nathan, A., Ponery, A.S., Crockett, D., Grafe, T., Young, C., Weik, T., Jones, E., Meiners, S. (2006) Living in Three Dimensions: 3D Nanostructured Environments for Cell Culture and Regenerative Medicine. Cell Biochemistry and Biophysics, 45(2), 215-228.
  • Nur-E-Kamal, A., Ahmed, I., Kamal, J., Schindler, M and Meiners, S. Three-dimensional nanofibrillar surfaces promote self-renewal in mouse embryonic stem cells. Stem Cells. 24:426-33, 2006.
  • Desai, S.D., Haas, A.L., Wood, L.M., Pestka, S., Rubin, E.H., Saleem, A., Nur-E-Kamal, A., and Liu, L.F. Elevated expression of ISG15 in tumor cells interferes with the ubiquitin/26S proteasome pathway. Cancer Res. 66:921-8, 2006.
  • Ahmed, I., Calle, Y., Iwashita, S., and Nur-E-Kamal, A. Role of Cdc42 in neurite outgrowth of PC12 cells and cerebellar granule neurons. Mol Cell Biochem. 281:17-25, 2006. 3
  • Schindler, M., Ahmed, I., Kamal, J., Nur-E-Kamal, A., Grafe, T, Chung, H., and Meiners S. A Synthetic Extracellular Matrix Promotes In Vivo-like Organization and Morphogenesis for Cells in Culture. Biomaterial 26:5624-31, 2005.
  • Nur-E-Kamal, A., Zhang, A. Keenan, S. Seraj, J. Satoh, T. and Welsh, W. Requirement of Activated Cdc42-Associated Kinase (ACK) for Survival of v-Ras-Transformed Mammalian Cells. Mol Cancer Res. 3:297-305, 2005.
  • Nur-E-Kamal, A., Ahmed, I., Kamal, J., Schindler, M., and Meiners S. Three dimensional nanofibrillar surfaces induce activation of Rac. Biochem Biophys Res Commun. 331:428-34, 2005.
  • Liu, H.Y., Nur-E-Kamal, A., Schachner, M., and Meiners, S. Neurite guidance by the FnC repeat of human tenascin-C: neurite attraction vs. neurite retention. Eur J Neurosci. 22:1863-72, 2005.
  • Ahmed, I., Calle, Y., Sayed, M.A., Kamal, J.M., Rengaswamy, P., Manser, E., Meiners, S. and Nur-E-Kamal, A. Cdc42-dependent nuclear translocation of non-Receptor tyrosine kinase, ACK. Biochem. Biophys. Res. Comm. 314, 571-579, 2004.
  • Mercado, M.L.T.*, Nur-E-Kamal, A.*, Liu, H*., Gross, S.*, Reza, M. and Meiners, S. Neurite outgrowth by the alternatively spliced region of human tenascin-c is mediated by the neuronal α7β1 integrin. J. Neurosci., 24, 238-47(2004).
  • Nur-E-Kamal, A., Gross, S., Pan, Z., Balklava, Z., Ma, J. and Liu, L.F. Nuclear translocation of cytochrome C during apoptosis. J. Biol. Chem. 279, 24911-24914, 2004.
  • Begum, R., Nur-E-Kamal, A., and Zaman, M.A. The role of Rho GTPases in the regulation of the rearrangement of actin cytoskeleton and cell movement. Exp Mol Med. 36:358-66, 2004.
  • Nur-E-Kamal, A, Li, Tsai-Kun, Zhang, A., Qi, H., Pars, E. and Liu, L. F. Single-stranded DNA induces ATM/p53-dependent DNA damage and apoptosis signals. J. Biol. Chem. 278:12475-81, 2003.
  • Qi, H., Li, TK., Kuo, D., Nur-E-Kamal, A. and Liu, L.F. Inactivation of Cdc13p triggers MEC1 dependent apoptotic signals in yeast. J. Biol. Chem. 278: 15136-41 (2003).
  • Zhou, N., Xiao, H., Li, T.K., Nur-E-Kamal, A. and Liu, L.F. DNA damage-mediated apoptosis induced by selenium compounds. J. Biol. Chem. 278 :29532-7 (2003).
  • Begum, R., Zaman, M.A. and Nur-E-Kamal, A. Serum-dependent perinuclear accumulation of Cdc42 in mammalian cells. Oncol. Rep. 8, 71-76, 2001.
  • Sachdev, P., Xiang-Jiang, YI, Li, W., Miki, T., Maruta, H., Nur-E-Kamal, A. and Wang, L. Differential requirement for Rho family GTPases in an oncogenic insulin-4 like growth factor-I receptor-induced cell transformation. J Biol Chem 276: 26461-71 (2001).
  • Bayoumi, R, Saar, K, Lee, YA, Nurnberg, G, Reis, A, Nur-E-Kamal, A. and Al-Gazali LI Localisation of a gene for an autosomal recessive syndrome of macrocephaly, multiple epiphyseal dysplasia, and distinctive facies to chromosome 15q26. J Med Genet 38:369-73 (2001).
  • Meiners, S., Nur-E-Kamal, A. and Mercado, M.L.T. Identification of a neurite outgrowth-promoting motif within the alternatively spliced region of human tenascin-C. J. Neurosci. 21: 7215-25 (2001).
  • Nur-E-Kamal, A., Qureshi, M. M., Ijaz, M.K. and Raza, H. Proto-oncogene Ras GTPase-linked induction of glutathione-S-transferase by growth factors in PC12 cells. Int. J. Oncol 16:1043-8, 2000.
  • Nur-E-Kamal, A., Ahmed, I., Lakhani, M. S. and Pallot, D. An early response of hypoxia: induction of JNK and c-fos gene expression in the rat carotid body. Biomedical Res.,10, 85-93, 1999.
  • Maruta, H., He, H., Tikoo, A., Vuong ,T. And Nur-E-Kamal A. G proteins, phosphoinositides, and actin-cytoskeleton in the control of cancer growth. Microsc. Res. Tech. 47, 61-6, 1999.
  • Meiners, S., Mercado, M., Nur-E-Kamal, A. and Geller, H.M. Tenascin-C contains domains that independently regulate neurite outgrowth and neurite guidance. J. Neeurosci. 19, 8443-8453, 1999.
  • Saar, K., Al-Gazali, L., Sztriha, L., Rueschendorf, F., Nur-E-Kamal, A., Reis, A. and Bayoumi, R. Homozygosity mapping in families with Jubert Syndrome identifies a locus on chromosome 9q34.3 and evidence for genetic heterogeneity. Am. J. Hum. Genetics. 65, 1666-1671, 1999.
  • Nur-E-Kamal, A., Kamal, J.M., Qureshi, M.M. and Maruta, H. The Cdc42-specific inhibitor derived from ACK-1 blocks v-Ha-Ras-induced transformation. Oncogene 18, 7787 - 7793, 1999.
  • Nur-E-Kamal, A., Qureshi, M.M., Kamal, J.M., Montague, W. and Maruta, H. Construction of a cell-permeable CDC42 binding fragment of ACK that inhibits v-Ha-Ras transformation. Ann N. Y. Acad. Sci. 886:285-8, 1999.
  • Maruta, H., He, H., Tikoo, A., Nur-E-Kamal A. Cytoskeletal tumor suppressors that block oncogenic RAS signaling. Ann. N.Y. Acad. Sci. 886:48-57, 1999.
  • Ijaz, M. K., Nur-E-Kamal, A., Dar, F. K., Uduman, S., Redmond, M. J., Attah-Poku, S. K., Dent, D., and Babiuk, L. A. Inhibition of rotavirus infection in vitro and in vivo by a synthetic peptide from VP4. Vaccine 16:916-920, 1998.
  • Ijaz, M. K., Nur-E-Kamal, A., Mohamed, A. I. and Dar, F. K. Comparative studies on the sensitivity of polymerase chain reaction and microscopic examination for the 5 detection of Trypanosoma evansi in experimentally infected mice. Comp. Immunol. Microbiol. Infect. Dis. 21:215-223, 1998.
  • Bayoumi, R. A., al-Gazali, L. I., Jaffer, U., Nur-E-Kamal, A., Dawodu, A., Bener, A., Eapen, V.and Budowle, B. United Arab Emirates population data on three DNA tetrameric short tandem repeat loci: HUMTHO1, TPOX and CSF1PO--derived using multiplex polymerase chain reaction and manual typing. Electrophoresis 18:1637-1640, 1997.
  • Maruta, H. and Nur-E-Kamal, A. NF1 (neurofibromatosis type 1). Gan. To. Kagaku. Ryoho. 24:1422-1426, 1997.
  • Nur-E-Kamal, A., Reverey, H., Ponimaskin, E., Schroth-Diez, B., Herrmann, A., and Schmidt, M. F. Targeted delivery of human neurofibromin and c-Raf-1 mutants to the cytoplasmic membrane by use of the influenza virus hemagglutinin. Biochim. Biophys. Acta 1338:233-243, 1997.
  • Wang, D. Z., Nur-E-Kamal, A., Tikoo, A., Montague, W., and Maruta, H. The GTPase and Rho GAP domains of p190, a tumor suppressor protein that binds the M(r) 120,000 Ras GAP, independently function as anti-Ras tumor suppressors. Cancer Res 57:2478-2484, 1997.
  • Nur-E-Kamal, A., Raza, H., Qureshi, M., Jaffer, U. and Ijaz, M. K. Differential expression and characterization of proto-oncogene product Ha-Ras GTPase in camel tissues. Int. J. Oncol. 11:47-52. 1997.
  • Bayoumi, R. A., Nur-E-Kamal, A., Tadayyon, M., Mohamed, K. K., Mahboob, B. H., Qureshi, M. M., Lakhani, M. S., Awaad, M. O., Kaeda, J., Vulliamy, T. J., and Luzzatto, L. Molecular characterization of erythrocyte glucose-6-phosphate dehydrogenase deficiency in Al-Ain District, United Arab Emirates. Hum. Hered. 46:136-141, 1996.
  • Nur-E-Kamal, A. Overexpression and functional analysis of a mitogen-inducible nuclear GTPase activating protein, Spa-1. Int. J. Biochem. Cell Biol. 28:1241-1247, 1996.
  • Hattori, M., Tsukamoto, N., Nur-E-Kamal, A., Rubinfeld, B., Iwai, K., Kubota, H., Maruta, H., and Minato, N. Molecular cloning of a novel mitogen-inducible nuclear protein with a Ran GTPase-activating domain that affects cell cycle progression. Mol. Cell Biol. 15:552-560, 1995.
  • Ijaz, M. K., Alkarmi, T. O., Sabara, M. I., Frenchick, P. J., el Mekki, A. A., Naiem, M., Nur-E-Kamal, A., Frossard, P. M., Dar, F. K., and Babiuk, L. A. Characterization of a synthetic peptide mimicking trypsin-cleavage site of rotavirus VP4. Comp. Immunol. Microbiol. Infect. Dis. 18:145-160, 1995.
  • Fridman, M., Tikoo, A., Varga, M., Murphy, A., Nur-E-Kamal, A. and Maruta, H. The minimal fragments of c-Raf-1 and NF1 that can suppress v-Ha-Ras- induced malignant phenotype. J. Biol. Chem. 269:30105-30108, 1994. 6
  • Nur-E-Kamal, A., al Mamun, A. A., and Ahmed, Z. U. Molecular cloning of the wild-type and mutant thyA gene from Shigella flexneri Y. Microbiol. Immunol. 38:309-312, 1994.
  • Maruta, H., Bartlett, P. F., Nurcombe, V., Nur-E-Kamal, A., Chomienne, C., Muramatsu, T., Muramatsu, H., Fabri, L., Nice, E., and Burgess, A. W. Midkine (MK), a retinoic acid (RA)-inducible gene product, produced in E. coli acts on neuronal and HL60 leukemia cells. Growth Factors. 8:119-134, 1993.
  • Morii, N.*, Kumagai, N.*, Nur-E-Kamal, A.*, Narumiya, S., and Maruta, H. rho GAP of 28 kDa (GAP2), but not of 190 kDa (p190), requires Asp65 and Asp67 of rho GTPase for its activation. J. Biol. Chem. 268:27160-27163, 1993.
  • Nur-E-Kamal, A., Varga, M., and Maruta, H. The GTPase-activating NF1 fragment of 91 amino acids reverses v-Ha-Ras- induced malignant phenotype. J. Biol. Chem. 268:22331-22337, 1993.
  • Nur-E-Kamal, A., Sizeland, A., D'Abaco, G., and Maruta, H. Asparagine 26, glutamic acid 31, valine 45, and tyrosine 64 of Ras proteins are required for their oncogenicity. J. Biol. Chem. 267:1415-1418, 1992.
  • Nur-E-Kamal, A. and Maruta, H. The role of Gln61 and Glu63 of Ras GTPases in their activation by NF1 and Ras GAP. Mol. Biol. Cell 3:1437-1442, 1992.
  • Holden, J. L., Nur-E-Kamal, A., Fabri, L., Nice, E., Hammacher, A., and Maruta, H. Rsr1 and Rap1 GTPases are activated by the same GTPase-activating protein and require threonine 65 for their activation. J. Biol. Chem. 266:16992-16995, 1991.
  • Nur-E-Kamal, A. and Maruta, H. Ras and Rap1 GTPases mutated at position 64. Ras superfamily (Spandidos, D. A. Ed. ) New York, Plenum Publishing Co. pp. 105-110, 1991.
  • Khan, N.H., Rahman, M. and Nur-E-Kamal, A. Ind. J. Med. Res. 87: 395-397, 1988.
  • Khan, N.H., Nur-E-Kamal, M.S.A., Shajahan, M. and Hasan, C.H. Dhaka Univ. Stud. 34(1): 111-113, 1986.
  • Khan, N.H. and Nur-E-Kamal, M.S.A. J. Bangl. Acad. Sci. 9 (2): 143-146, 1985.
  • Nur-E-Kamal, M.S.A., Shajahan, M., Rahman, M. and Khan, N.H. Bangl. J. Biol. Sci. 11-14: 55-62, 1984.
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  • Nur-E-Kamal, A. and Maruta, H. (1996). Fragments of neurofibromin (NFI) and method to reverse activated Ras induced malignant transformation in mammalian cells. Patent No. 5580955, U. S. A..
  • Nur-E-Kamal, A. and William Welsh (2008). Activated Cdc42 kinase (ACK) as a therapeutic target for Ras-induced cancer. Patent USA, pending.


  • Nanofibrillar Surfaces Promote Rac Activation and Self-Renewal in Mouse, Cellular Niches Workshop, NIH Organized, May 16-17, 2005. Marriott Hotel, Bethesda, MD.
  • Faculty Development, MEC, CUNY, January 2006.
  • Conference on promotion of Biotechnology in Bangladesh: National and International perspectives. April 6-8, 2007.
  • Stem Cell Biology: Potential use in tissue/organ repair. MESA, October, 2007.
  • “A Novel method for identification of neuron inhibitors from Bacteria” International Center for Diarrheal Diseases Research, Bangladesh, April 4, 2007.


  • Talukder, K.A., Azmi, I. J., Ahtesham, A., Nair, G.B., Sack, R.B., Sack, D.A., Cravioto, A., and Nur-E- Kamal, A. A cell culture model for the identification of neurotoxic principles in bacteria: identification of a neurotoxic factor(s) in Shigella flexneri. United States-Japan Cooperative Medical Sciences Program. 42nd Annual Joint Panel Meeting on Cholera and Other Bacterial Enteric Infections. Austin Texas, December 5-7, 2007.
  • Nur-E-Kamal, A., Ahmed, I., Kamal, J., Schindler, M., and Meiners, S. FGF-2 covalently bound polyamide nanofibrillar surfaces demonstrates enhanced biological activity and stability. 47th Annual Meeting, American Society for Cell Biology, December 1-5, 2007, Washington D.C.
  • Likoua, A., Malonga, G., Rathod, T., Kamal, J., Ahmed, I., Hassan, M., Udeogalanya, A, Patwary, M.U., and Nur-E-Kamal, A. Three Dimensional Nanofibrillar Surfaces for Culture of Embryonic Stem Cells. ABRCMS November 7-11, 2007 Austin TX.
  • Nur-E-Kamal, A. Potential of stem cell in regenerative medicine. Conference on promotion of Biotechnology in Bangladesh: National and International perspectives, April 6-8, 2007, Dhaka, Bangladesh.
  • Nur-E-Kamal, A., Ahmed, I., Kamal, J., Schindler, M., and Meiners, S. Three Dimensional Nanofibrillar Surfaces for Culture of Embryonic Stem Cells. 4th Annual Meeting, International Society for Stem Cell Research, June 28-July 1, 2006. Convention Center, Toronto, Canada.
  • Nur-E-Kamal, A., Ahmed, I., Kamal, J., Schindler,M and Meiners, S. Three Dimensional Nanofibrillar Surfaces Promote Self-Renewal in Mouse Embryonic Stem Cells. International Society for Stem Cell Research. June 23-25, 2005, San Francisco, California, U.S.A.
  • Meiners, S., Nur-E-Kamal, A., Ahmed, I., Kamal, J., Liu, H.-Y., Amor, N. Ponery, A., Grafe, T., Chung, H.Y., Weik, T., Jones, E., and Schindler, M Lining in three dimensions-synthetic nanofibrillar surfaces for cell culture. The American Society for Cell Biology Summer Meeting on Engineering Cell Biology- the cell in context. July, 15-18, 2005, University of Washington, Seattle, WA.
  • Nur-E-Kamal, A., Ahmed, I. and Meiners S. (2004) Role of Topoisomerase 2β in neuronal differentiation. RNA, Madison, Wisconsin. June 1-6, 2004.
  • Nur-E-Kamal, A. (2004) Stimulation of stem cell growth by 3D nanofibrillar surface. Internation Biotechnology Conference. October 17-19, Singapore.
  • Nur-E-Kamal, A, Li, Tsai-Kun, Zhang, A., Qi, H., Pars, E. and Liu, L. F. (2003) Initial signals in DNA damage in mammalian cells. The 19th Annual meeting on oncogenes. Frederick, Maryland, USA. June 18 – 21.
  • Nur-E-Kamal. A. (2002) Nuclear translocation of cytochrome c by apoptotic signals. 1st Asia Pacific Conference on Anti-aging Medicine, Singapore June 23-26.
  • Meiners, S.A., Nur-E-Kamal, A. and Mercado, M.K. (2001) Neurite outgrowth promotion by the alternatively spliced region of tenascin-C is mediated by a short amino acid sequence and neuronal 1 integrin. 41st Annual Meeting of American Society for Cell Biologists. December 8-12.
  • Nur-E-Kamal, A. and Calle, Y. (2001) The role of non-receptor tyrosine kinase, ACKs in transducing Ras signals for transformation. The Seventeenth Meeting on Oncogene. Maryland, USA. June 20-23.
  • Nur-E-Kamal, A. and Huang, C.C. (2000) Generation of multiple signals that are essential for the development of C. elegans. Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory, USA. Therapeutic opportunities in neurodegnerative diseases. November 30-Decmber 3, 2000.
  • Calle, Y. and Nur-E-Kamal, A. Essential role of ACK in transducing Cdc42 signals for growth and movement. Cell and Developmental Biology: BSCB/BSDB Joint Spring meeting.University of Warwick, UK. March, 2000.
  • Nur-E-Kamal, A. and Calle, Y. (2000) The role of non-receptor tyrosine kinase, ACK in transducing Cdc42 signals. 16th Ann. Meeting on Oncogenes and Tumor Suppressors: The Evolution of the Cancer Cells. June 22-25, Salk Institute, San Diego, CA.
  • Maruta, H., He, H., Tikoo, A. and Nur-E-Kamal, A. (1998) Cytoskeletal tumor suppressors that block oncogenic Ras signaling. Anti-Cancer Proteins and Drugs: 9 Structure, Function and Design. New York Acad. Sci. Confer., November 6-9, 1998.
  • Nur-E-Kamal, A., Qureshi, M.M., Kamal, J.M., Montague, W. and Maruta, H. (1998) Construction of a cell permeable Cdc42 binding fragment of ACK that Inhibits v-Ras transformation. Anti-Cancer Proteins and Drugs: Structure, Function and Design. New York Acad. Sci. Confer., November 6-9, 1998.
  • Nur-E-Kamal, A., Kamal, J.M., Qureshi, M.M., Iwashita, S., Montague, W. and Maruta, H. (1998) Inhibition of nerve growth factor induced neurite outgrowth of PC12 cells by blocking signals from Cdc42 GTPase. Cancer Genetics and Tumor Suppressor Genes. Cold Spring Harbor Lab., August 19-23, 1998.
  • Maruta, H., Wang, D. and Nur-E-Kamal, A. (1997) The GTPase and Rho GAP domains of p190 independtly suppress Ras-induced malignancy. Fourteenth Ann. Meeting on Oncogenes, June 18-21, Frederick, Maryland.
  • Nur-E-Kamal, A., Reverey, H., Montague, W. and Schmidt, M. FG. (1997).Reversion of v-Ras-induced malignant phenotype by targeting neurofibromin and c-Raf-1 mutants as hemagglutinin fusion proteins into the plasma membrane. Cancer Genetics and Tumor Suppressor Genes Confer. June 12-16, Frederick, Maryland.
  • Ahmed, I., Nur-E-Kamal, A., Pallot, D.J., and Lakhani, M.S. (1997) Short term hypoxia induces changes in JNK, c-Jun, and D2 receptors in the rat carotid body. Eidinburg Meeting, July 15-17.
  • Nur-E-kamal, A. (1996) The role of Rho GTPases in developing v-Ras-induced malignant phenotype of NIH 3T3 cells. Twelfth Ann. Meeting on Oncogenes, Maryland, U.S.A..
  • Nur-E-kamal, A. (1995) Competition between Raf-1 and neurofibromin to bind to Ras GTPase. Eleventh Ann. Meeting on Oncogenes, Maryland, U.S.A.
  • Nur-E-kamal, A. and Maruta, H. (1994) The fragment of neurofibromin that can reverse v-Ras-induced malignancy. Arab American Medical Assoc. Twelfth Intern. Confer. Abu Dhabi.
  • Nur-E-kamal, A. and Maruta, H. (1994) Mutational analysis of NF1-GRD: essential and regulatory domain/residues for GAP activity. Tenth Ann. Meeting on Oncogenes, Maryland, U.S.A.
  • Nur-E-kamal, A. and Maruta, H. (1993) Systematic mutational analysis of NF1-GRD. Ninth Ann. Meeting on Oncogenes, Maryland, U.S.A.
  • Kumagai, N., Morii, N., Nur-E-Kamal, A., Maruta, H. and Narumiya, S. (1992) Interaction of Rho proteins and its muatnts with Rho-GAP: assignment of the interacting conformation and amino acid residues. Jap. Pharm. Soc. Ann. Meeting.
  • Nur-E-Kamal, A. and Maruta, H. (1992) Interaction of Ras with GAP1, NF1 and effectors: systematic mutational analysis for identifying their key functional residues. Am. Cell Biol. Ann Meeting, 135.
  • Nur-E-Kamal, M., Sekimizu, K. and Natori, S. (1989) Multiplicity of eukaryotic transcription factor, S-II gene at the 5' upstream region. Jap. Mol. Biol. Confer. 9D-7.
  • Nur-E-Kamal, .A., Hirashima, S., Nakanishi, Y and Natori, S. (1988) Heterogeneity and a novel structure of eukaryotic transcription factor S-II gene. Jap. Biochem. Confer. 4E-10.
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