Dr. Ramakrishna  Devaki

Dr. Ramakrishna Devaki

Associate Professor
Kamineni Academy of Medical Sciences and Research Centre, India


Highest Degree
PostDoc Fellow in Genetics and Molecular Biology from Cancer Genetics Inc., USA

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Biography

Dr. Rama Krishna Devaki is currently working as Professor Department of Biochemistry Kamineni Academy of Medical Sciences & Research Centre L.B. Nagar, Hyderabad, India. He obtained his PhD in Medical Biochemistry from National Institute of Mental Health & Neurosciences Bangalore, India. His area of expertise includes Cancer Genetics, DNA - FISH probes technology. He has also experience in quality management such as Empanelled as Technical Assessor for National Accreditation Board for Testing and Calibration Laboratories (NABL), India from 2010 to Feb 2014, Audited more than 35 laboratories across India, Empanelled as a Lead Assessor for National Accreditation Board for Testing and Calibration Laboratories (NABL), India, Empanelled as a Technical Assessor for Dubai Accreditation Committee (DAC), Government of Dubai. He is professional member of following scientific societies Society Neurochemistry, Association of Clinical Biochemistry, Indian Association of Neurosciences, Association of Pharmacological Physiological Association, Indian Society of Human Genetics India, of International Society of Neurochemistry (ISN), Geneva, Switzerland. He has organized 2 conferences. He is also editorial member and peer reviewer of many natioal and international journals. Dr. Rama Krishna Devaki received many honors include Young Scientist Award, RGYI young investigator award, best paper presentation, Professor John Miller paper presentation Award, Best poster presentation award. He has published (19) articles in peer review journal, (1) book chapter, (20) paper presentations at national and international level as author/co-author.

Area of Interest:

Biomedical Sciences
100%
Neuroscience
62%
Neurotoxicology
90%
Neurobiology
75%
Neurochemistry
55%

Selected Publications

  1. Reddy, G.C., R. Devaki and P. Rao, 2014. Iron Indices in patients with functional anemia in chronic kidney disease. J. Int. Federation Clin. Chem. Laboratory Med., 24: 3-4.
  2. Ganapathi, A.P., R. Devakia, N.R. Thuniki, J. Manna and B. Tirumuru et al., 2014. In vitro assessment of Ag and TiO2 nanoparticles cytotoxicity. Int. J., 2: 1360-1367.
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  3. Ramakrishna, D. and M.N. Subhash, 2013. Differential effect of sumatriptan on cerebellar 5-HT1B receptors in rat brain. Asian J. Biochem., 8: 1-8.
  4. Apoorva, G., K. Lavanya, Vidisha, Pavani, R.R. Kumar, Q. Hasan and D. Ramakrishna, 2013. Genotoxic effects of silver and Titanium dioxide nanoparticles. J. Adv. Nanomaterials Emerging Eng. Technol., 1: 133-136.
  5. Ramakrishna, D. and M.N. Subhash, 2012. Effect of amitriptyline on adrenergic receptor number and second messenger function in rat brain. Pak. J. Biol. Sci., 15: 871-876.
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  6. Rafi, A., D. Ramakrishna, K. Sabitha, S. Mohanty and P. Rao, 2012. Importance of serum copper and Vascular Endothelial Growth Factor (VEGF-A) levels in postmenopausal bleeding. Indian J. Biochem. (In Press). .
  7. Reddy, G.C., R. Devaki and P. Rao, 2011. Association of sepsis with iron overload in hemodialysis patients receiving intravenous iron therapy. Asian J. Biochem., 6: 252-262.
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  8. Ramakrishna, D., S. Roy, G.C. Reddy and M.N. Subhash, 2011. Differential effect of antidepressants on Gqα-protein levels in rat brain. Int. J. Pharma Bio Sci., 2: 348-355.
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  9. Ramakrishna, D. and P. Rao, 2011. Nanoparticles: Is toxicity a concern?. The J. Int. Federat. Clin. Chem. Lab. Med., 22: 1-10.
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  10. Ramakrishna, D. and P. Rao, 2011. Applications of G protein-coupled receptors in clinical medicine. Curr. Res. Neurosci., 1: 15-23.
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  11. Rafi, A., D. Ramakrishna, K. Sabitha, S. Mohanty and P. Rao, 2011. Serum copper and Vascular Endothelial Growth Factor (VEGF-A) in dysfunctional uterine bleeding. Am. J. Biochem. Mol. Biol., 1: 284-290.
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  12. Padma, S., D. Ramakrishna, P. Jijiya Bai and P.V. Ramana, 2011. Pattern of distribution of congenital anomalies in stillborn: A hospital based prospective study. Int. J. Pharma Bio Sci., 2: 604-610.
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  13. Padma, S., D. Ramakrishna and P. Jijiya Bai, 2011. Matrix metallo proteinases in carcinoma of cervix: A review. Int. J. Life Sci. Pharma Res., 1: 101-109.
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  14. Ramakrishna, D. and M.N. Subhash, 2010. Differential modulation of alpha-1 adrenoceptor subtypes by antidepressants in the rat brain. J. Neural Trans., 117: 1423-1430.
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  15. Meena, A.K., A.D. Archana, G.C. Reddy, D. Ramakrishna and P. Rao, 2010. Antiganglioside antibodies in sub types of guillain-barre syndrome in an Indian population. J. Med. Sci., 10: 138-142.
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  16. Ramakrishna, D., M.N. Subhash and Sharada, 2008. Differential effect of specific antidepressants on α1-adrenoceptors in rat brain. J. Neurochem., 106: 43-43.
  17. Ramakrishna, D., M.N. Subhash and S. Sharada, 2008. Differential effect of specific antidepressants on a1-adrenoceptors in rat brain. J. Neurochem., 106: 43-46.
  18. Subhash, M.N. and D. Ramakrishna, 2006. Effect of sumatriptan on cortical 5-HT1B adrenoceptors in rat brain. J. Cell Tissue Res., 6: 743-747.
  19. Devaki, R., S.S. Rao and S.M. Nadgir, 2006. The effect of lithium on the adrenoceptor-mediated second messenger system in the rat brain. J. Psychiatry Neurosci., 31: 246-252.
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  20. Ramakrishna, D., M.N. Subhash and S. Sharada, 2004. Modulation of α1-adrenoceptors by tricyclic antidepressants in rat brain. J. Neurochem., 88: 77-77.