Neurophysiology


Principle Investigator:
Dr. T. Kathiresan (Ph.D. Bharathiar University, 2000)

Post-doctoral Training: CCMB, Hyderabad, University of South Florida, USA

Major Research Areas:

Molecular biology of deafness

Proteomics

Team Members

Full-time Doctoral Students:

Ms. L. Harini

Mr. B. Karthikeyan

Mr. C. Alderson Joshi

Mr. A. Jaison Rathina raj

Part-time Doctoral Students:

Mr. C. Mariappan

Selected Publications of the PI:

Kathiresan T, Harvey M, Orchard S, Sokolowski B (2009). A protein interaction network for the large conductance Ca2+-activated K+ channel in the mouse cochlea. Mol. Cell. Proteomics 8: 1972-1987.

Sokolowski B, Duncan K, Chen S, Karolat J, Kathiresan T, Harvey M (2009). The large conductance Ca2+-activated K+ channel interacts with the apolipoprotein ApoA1. BBRC 387: 671-675.

Kathiresan T, Harvey MC, Sokolowski B (2009). The use of 2-D gels to identify novel protein-protein interactions in the cochlea. Methods Mol Biol. 493:269-286.

Kathiresan T, Harvey MC, Sokolowski B (2009). The use of 2-D gels to identify novel protein-protein interactions in the cochlea. Methods Mol Biol. 493:269-286.

Krishnan K, Kathiresan T, Raman R, Rajini B, Dhople VM, Aggrawal RK, Sharma Y (2007). Ubiquitous lens alpha-, beta-, and gamma-crystallins accumulate in anuran cornea as corneal crystallins. J Biol Chem. 282:18953-18959.

KathiresanT, Kannan K, Krishnakumar V, Agrawal R, Anand A, Muralidhar D, Mishra AK, Dhople VM, Aggrawal RK, Sharma Y (2006). Triose phosphate isomerase, a novel enzymecrystallin and τ-crystallin in crocodile cornea: High accumulation of triose phosphate isomerase and τ-crystallin in crocodile cornea during late embryonic development. FEBS journal 273: 3370-3380.