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Post doc

Omar Tutakhel M.Sc.

Post doc
Omar Tutakhel 2017

Omar Tutakhel obtained his MSc degree in Biomedical Sciences with two majors in Human Pathobiology and Toxicology at the Radboud University Medical Center in 2013. During his PhD project at the department of Physiology, Omar studied the novel molecular and functional implications of the NaCl cotransporter in hypertension by using cells, animal models as well as samples of human origin, such as urinary exosomes. Additionally, his PhD research demonstrated that urinary exosomes can be used as a non-invasive tool to guide anti-hypertensive therapy in patients with hypertension and may help to individualize anti-hypertensive treatment. Subsequently, as postdoctoral researcher, Omar is dedicated to clinically utilize urinary exosomes as a non-invasive biomarker for a variety of (patho)physiological conditions.

Related publications

  • Hydrochlorothiazide treatment increases the abundance of the NaCl cotransporter in urinary extracellular vesicles of essential hypertensive patients.
    Pathare G, Tutakhel OA, V D Wel MC, Shelton LM, Deinum J, Lenders JW, Hoenderop JG and Bindels RJ.
    documentAm J Physiol Renal Physiol 312: F1063-F1072, 2017
  • NaCl cotransporter abundance in urinary vesicles is increased by calcineurin inhibitors and predicts thiazide sensitivity.
    Tutakhel OAZ, Moes A, Valdez-Flores MA, Kortenoeven MLA, Vrie MVD, Jeleń S, Fenton RA, Zietse R, Hoenderop JG, Hoorn EJ, Hilbrands L and Bindels RJ.
    documentPlos one 12: e0176220, 2017
  • Functionomics of NCC mutations in gitelman syndrome using a novel mammalian cell- based activity assay.
    Valdez-Flores MA, Vargas-Poussou R, Verkaart S, Tutakhel OA, Valdez-Ortiz A, Blanchard A, Treard C, Hoenderop JG, Bindels RJ and Jeleń S.
    documentAm J Physiol Renal Physiol 311: F1159-F1167, 2016
  • Alternative splice variant of the thiazide-sensitive NaCl cotransporter: a novel player in renal salt handling.
    Tutakhel OAZ, Jelen S, Valdez-Flores M, Dimke H, Piersma RP, Jimenez CR, Deinum J, Lenders JW, Hoenderop JG and Bindels RJ.
    documentAm J Physiol Renal Physiol 310: F204-F220, 2016
 

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