Hi, I am Venu Lagishetty, My LiveDNA is 91.687
 
   
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Dr. Venu Lagishetty
 
Highest Degree: Ph.D. in Biochemistry from Osmania University, India
 
Institute: University of California, Los Angeles, USA
 
Area of Interest: Biomedical Sciences
  •   Diabetes
  •   Obesity
  •   Vitamin D
  •   Endocrinology
 
URL: http://livedna.org/91.687
 
My SELECTED Publications
1:   Adams, J.S., S. Ren, P.T. Liu, R.F. Chun and L. Venu, 2009. Vitamin D-directed rheostatic regulation of monocyte antibacterial responses. J. Immunol., 182: 4289-4295.
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2:   Bala, T.S.S., L. Venu, Y. Sunita and M. Raghunath, 2007. Chronic maternal dietary iodine deficiency but not thiocyanate feeding affects maternal reproduction and postnatal performance of the rat offspring. Ind. J. Exp. Biol., 45: 603-609.
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3:   Liu, N., L. Nguyen, R.F. Chun, L. Venu and S. Ren et al., 2008. Altered endocrine and autocrine metabolism of vitamin D in a mouse model of gastrointestinal inflammation. Endocrinology, 149: 4799-4808.
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4:   Misharin, A., M. Hewison, C.R. Chen, V. Lagishetty and H.A. Aliesky et al., 2009. Vitamin D deficiency modulates Graves' hyperthyroidism induced in BALB/c mice by thyrotropin receptor immunization. Endocrinology, 150: 1051-1060.
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5:   Padmavathi, I.J.N., Y.D. Kishore, L. Venu, M. Ganeshan and N. Harishankar et al., 2009. Prenatal and perinatal zinc restriction: Effects on body composition, glucose tolerance and insulin resistance in rat offspring. Exp. Physiol., 94: 761-769.
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6:   Reddy, C.V.K., G.V. Vidyasagar, D. Sreeramulu, L. Venu and M. Raghunath, 2005. Addition of milk does not affect the antioxidant activity of black tea. Ann. Nutr. Metab., 49: 189-195.
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7:   Saxena, R., K. Venkaiah, P. Anitha Chauhan, L. Venu and M. Raghunath, 2007. Antioxidant activity and phenolic content of common Indian foods. Int. J. Food Sci. Nutr., 58: 250-260.
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8:   Venu, L., I.J. Padmavathi, Y.D. Kishore, N.V. Bhanu and K.R. Rao et al., 2008. Long-term effects of maternal magnesium restriction on adiposity and insulin resistance in rat pups. Obesity, (Silver Spring), 16: 1270-1276.
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9:   Venu, L., N. Harishankar, T. Prasanna Krishna and M. Raghunath, 2004. Does maternal dietary mineral restriction per se predisposes the offspring to insulin resistance?. Eur. J. Endocrinol., 151: 287-294.
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10:   Venu, L., N. Harishankar, T. Prasanna Krishna and M. Raghunath, 2004. Maternal dietary vitamin restriction increases body fat content but not insulin resistance in the rat offspring up to six months of age. Diabetologia, 47: 1493-1501.
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11:   Venu, L., N.V. Bhanu, K. Rajender Rao and M. Raghunath, 2007. Effect of maternal vitamin and mineral restrictions on the body fat content and adipocytokine levels of WNIN rat offspring. Nutr. Metab. London, 4: 21-21.
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12:   Venu, L., Y.D. Kishore and M. Raghunath, 2005. Maternal and perinatal magnesium restriction predisposes the rat pups to insulin resistance and glucose intolerance. J. Nutr., 135: 1353-1358.
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13:   Yasodhara, P., M. Raghunath, D. Sreeramulu, L. Venu, R. Hemalatha and T. Prasanna Krishna, 2006. Local immunity in Indian women with Bacterial vaginosis. J. Rep. Immunol., 70: 133-141.
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