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Chathurika Henpita
Chathurika Henpita
Postdoctoral Associate
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DNA damage—how and why we age?
M Yousefzadeh, C Henpita, R Vyas, C Soto-Palma, P Robbins, ...
Elife 10, e62852, 2021
2512021
Convergent evolution of conserved mitochondrial pathways underlies repeated adaptation to extreme environments
R Greenway, N Barts, C Henpita, AP Brown, L Arias Rodriguez, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 117 (28), 16424-16430, 2020
512020
The roles of plasticity and evolutionary change in shaping gene expression variation in natural populations of extremophile fish
CN Passow, C Henpita, JH Shaw, CR Quackenbush, WC Warren, ...
Molecular ecology 26 (22), 6384-6399, 2017
402017
H2S exposure elicits differential expression of candidate genes in fish adapted to sulfidic and non-sulfidic environments
M Tobler, C Henpita, B Bassett, JL Kelley, JH Shaw
Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology Part A: Molecular & Integrative …, 2014
382014
Nest density of Aneuretus simoni Emery (Sri Lankan Relict Ant) and Stereomyrmex horni Emery in three forest regions in western and southern Sri Lanka
RKS Dias, R HPGRC
Asian Myrmecology 6 (1), 83-90, 2014
122014
Loss of DNA repair mechanisms in cardiac myocytes induce dilated cardiomyopathy
C Henpita, R Vyas, CL Healy, TL Kieu, AU Gurkar, MJ Yousefzadeh, ...
Aging cell 22 (4), e13782, 2023
92023
Discovery of Aneuretus simoni Emery in a disturbed forest in Kalutara, and Stereomyrmex horni Emery in Anuradhapura Sanctuary, Sri Lanka
RKS Dias, H Peiris, H Ruchirani
Asian Myrmecology 4, 99-102, 2011
82011
Metabolic rate as a function of ambient temperature in crickets, cockroaches and mice
H Long, C Desilva, J May, CR Henpita
Journal of Introductory Biology Investigations 2 (2), 2015
42015
Metabolism in the Midwest: research from the Midwest Aging Consortium at the 49th Annual Meeting of the American Aging Association
ME Murphy, A Narasimhan, A Adrian, A Kumar, CL Green, C Soto-Palma, ...
Geroscience, 1-14, 2021
22021
Discovery of Aneuretus simoni in Kalutara District and Stereomyrmex horni in Anuradhapura District
D RKs, P HAWs, R HPGRC
Asian Myrmecology 4, 99-102, 2011
22011
Mating Season: Color, Size Variation Results in Male Exploration
Z Morrison, G Mulholland, C Henpita
Journal of Introductory Biology Investigations 2 (5), 2015
12015
What’s in the Water: Why Lakes exhibit decreased dissolved oxygen concentrations due to Eutrophication.
K Dixon, C Ayisi, C Henpita
Journal of Introductory Biology Investigations 2 (4), 2015
12015
H2S‐tolerant Fish Differentially Express Genes and Modify Mitochondrial Function to Maintain H2S Homeostasis
J Shaw, C Henpita, M Tobler
The FASEB Journal 29, 640.3, 2015
12015
How low temperatures affect animals' metabolic rate
K Dixon, D Clark, CR Henpita
Journal of Introductory Biology Investigations 2 (2), 2015
12015
Surface Area to Volume Ratio and Thermoregulation
K Dixon, D Clark, C Henpita
Journal of Introductory Biology Investigations 2 (1), 2015
12015
Anthony P. Brown, Lenin Arias Rodriguez, Carlos M. Rodríguez Peña, Sabine Arndt, Gigi Y. Lau, Michael P. Murphy, Lei Wu, Dingbo Lin, Jennifer H. Shaw, Joanna L. Kelley, and …
R Greenway, N Barts, C Henpita
PNAS 117 (35), 2020
2020
Repeated mitochondrial evolution underlies adaptation to extreme environments
N Barts, R Greenway, C Henpita, S Arndt, J Shaw, J Kelley, M Tobler
INTEGRATIVE AND COMPARATIVE BIOLOGY 60, E12-E12, 2020
2020
Genetic, biochemical, and physiological adaptation in fish inhabiting sulfide-rich environments
N Barts, C Henpita, R Greenway, S Arndt, J Shaw, M Tobler
INTEGRATIVE AND COMPARATIVE BIOLOGY 59, E12-E12, 2019
2019
Physiological approach to understand the mechanisms of hydrogen sulfide tolerance using a fish study system
CR Henpita Polwatte Gamarallage
2018
Physiological Approach to Understand the Mechanisms of Hydrogen Sulfide Tolerance Using a Fish Study System
CRHP Gamarallage
Oklahoma State University, 2018
2018
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