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  • Bio & Insurance Information

    Dr. Gokul Kandala graduated the medical school from the Wake Forest. He did his internship at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center and completed his residency program at the Harbor-UCLA Medical Center. Two fellowships also followed soon after that. He is specialized in pathology and board certified in anatomic pathology & clinical pathology. Dr. Kandala has been in practice for more than 11 years and is affiliated with the VA Loma Linda Healthcare System. During his career, he has also contributed to 3 publications of medical interest.

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  • Education & Training


    Wake Forest

    Medical School


    University of Pittsburgh Medical Center



    Harbor - UCLA Medical Center



    Cedars-Sinai Medical Center



    North Shore-Long Island Jewish Health System


  • Board Certifications

    American Board of Pathology

  • Hospital & Practice

    VA Loma Linda Healthcare System

    Languages: English/Spanish

    (909) 825-7084

    11201 Benton St

    Loma Linda, California 92357

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  • Publications & Memberships

    Dr. Gokul Kandala has contributed to 3 publications.

    Assignment of PDZ domain-containing protein GIPC gene (C19orf3) to human chromosome band 19p13.1 by in situ hybridization and radiation hybrid mapping.

    Von Kap-Herr, C., Kandala, G., Mann, S. S., Hart, T. C., Pettenati, M. J., Setaluri, V.; Cytogenet Cell Genet. 2000.

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    PDZ domain protein GIPC interacts with the cytoplasmic tail of melanosomal membrane protein gp75 (tyrosinase-related protein-1).

    Liu, T. F., Kandala, G., Setaluri, V.; J Biol Chem. 2001 Sep 21.

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    Interactions between GIPC-APPL and GIPC-TRP1 regulate melanosomal protein trafficking and melanogenesis in human melanocytes.

    Kedlaya, R., Kandala, G., Liu, T. F., Maddodi, N., Devi, S., Setaluri, V.; Arch Biochem Biophys. 2011 Apr 15.

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