Dr. Ravindra P. Veeranna

Dr. Ravindra P. Veeranna

Research Scientist
Central Food Technological Research Institute, India


Highest Degree
Ph.D. in Animal Biotechnology from Indian Veterinary Research Institute, India

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Biography

Dr. Ravindra P. Veeranna is currently working as an Assistant Professor in Academy of Scientific and Innovative Research (AcSIR) and DBT Ramalingaswami Fellow at CSIR-Central Food Technological Research Institute (CFTRI) Mysuru, India. He obtained his Ph.D. in “Animal Biotechnology” from Indian Veterinary Research Institute (IVRI), Izatnagar, India. He has over years of post Ph.D. research experience in the area of the Cell and Molecular Biology. Dr. Ravindra has published his research findings in more than 30 peer-reviewed publications and presented his research at many national and international Conferences. At the CSIR-CFTRI, his research focuses on nutrigenomics, and also on the investigation of the role of epigenetic factors in the development of insulin resistance and diabetes particularly in lean and non-obese individuals. Furthermore, his research also focuses on developing formulations, processes, and products for diabetes, endurance exercises and stress. He is a recipient of many prestigious awards and honors including DBT Ramalingaswami Fellowship, the Young Scientist, the Scientist Award, etc.

Area of Interest:

Medicine
100%
Virology
62%
Microbiology
90%
Virus-Host Interaction
75%
Tumor Cell Biology
55%

Selected Publications

  1. Shrestha, P., D.A. Davis, R.P. Veeranna, R.F. Carey, C. Viollet and R. Yarchoan, 2017. Hypoxia-inducible factor-1 alpha as a therapeutic target for primary effusion lymphoma. PLoS Pathog., Vol. 13. 10.1371/journal.ppat.1006628.
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  2. Veeranna, R.P., D.A. Davis, V. Wang and R. Yarchoan, 2016. Elucidation of role of HIF-1 and HIF-2 in the life cycle of KSHV. Cancer Res., .

  3. Veeranna, R.P., D.A. Davis, V. Wang and R. Yarchoan, 2016. Differential effects of sirtuin deacetylases on HIF-1 induced expression of KSHV lytic genes. J. Virol., .

  4. Hu, D., V. Wang, M. Yang, S. Abdullah and D.A. Davis, et al., 2016. Induction of Kaposi's sarcoma-associated herpesvirus-encoded viral interleukin-6 by X-Box binding protein 1. J. Virol., 90: 368-378.
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  5. Veeranna, R.P., M. Haque, D.A. Davis, M. Yang and R. Yarchoan, 2012. Induction of KSHV latency-associated nuclear antigen (LANA) by hypoxia and hypoxia-inducible factors (HIF). Infect. Agents Cancer, 7: 37-37.

  6. Veeranna , R.P., M. Haque, D.A. Davis, M. Yang and R. Yarchoan, 2012. KSHV latency associated nuclear antigen is induced by hypoxia and hypoxia inducible factors. J. V ir., 86: 1097-1108.

  7. Sundaresan, N., P. Vasudevan, L. Zhong, G. Kim and S. Samant, et al., 2012. The SIRT6 deacetylase regulates IGF/AKT signaling by modifying transcriptional activity of c- Jun: Implications in the development of heart failure. Nat. Med., 18: 1643-1650.

  8. Chaturvedi, U., S. Kalim, G. Desai, B. Ratta and R. Kumar et al., 2011. Development and in vitro characterization of a bivalent DNA containing HN and F genes of velogenic Newcastle disease virus. Indian J. Exp. Biol., 49: 140-145.
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  9. Wang, V., D.A. Davis, R.P. Veeranna, M. Haque and R. Yarchoan, 2010. Characterization of the activation of protein tyrosine phosphatase, receptor-type, Z polypeptide 1 (PTPRZ1) by hypoxia inducible factor-2 α. PLoS One, 5: e9641-e9641.
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  10. Ratta, B., B. Nautiyal, P.V. Ravindra, U. Chaturvedi and S. Kumar, et al., 2010. Characterization and expression of E2 glycoprotein of classical Swine fever virus in a eukaryotic expression system. Indian J. Virol., 21: 69-75.
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  11. Pillai, V.B., N.R. Sundaresan, G. Kim, M. Gupta and S.B. Rajamohan et al., 2010. Exogenous NAD blocks cardiac hypertrophic response via activation of the SIRT3-LKB1-AMP-activated Kinase pathway. J. Biol. Chem., 285: 3133-3144.
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  12. Ravindra, P.V., A.K. Tiwari, B. Sharma and R.S. Chauhan, 2009. Newcastle disease virus as an oncolytic agent: An overview. Ind. J. Med. Res., 130: 507-513.
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  13. Ravindra, P.V., A.K. Tiwari, B. Ratta, U. Chaturvedi, S.K. Palia and R.S. Chauhan, 2009. Newcastle disease virus-induced cytopathic effect in infected cells is caused due to apoptosis. Virus Res., 141: 13-20.
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  14. Ravindra, P.V., A.K. Tiwari, B. Ratta, M.V. Bais and U. Chaturvedi et al., 2009. Time-course induction of Newcastle disease virus-induced extrinsic and intrinsic apoptotic pathways in infected cells. Virus Res., 144: 350-354.
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  15. Ravindra, P.V. and R.S. Chauhan, 2009. Immunopotentiating effect of Immuplus-A poly-herbal preparation. Vet. Immunol. Immunopathol., 128: 324-324.

  16. Ratta, B., B. Nautiyal, P.V. Ravindra, U. Chaturvedi and S. Palia et al., 2009. Development of IL-2, IL-18 and IFN-γ gene based genetic adjuvants for use along with CSFV DNA vaccine in pigs. J. Immunol. Immunopathol., 11: 36-41.
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  17. Ratta, B., A.K. Tiwari, N.N. Barman, U. Chaturvedi and P.V. Ravindra, et al., 2009. Detection of classical swine fever virus in various types of clinical samples by RT-PCR. Indian J. Virol., 20: 4-8.
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  18. Sundaresan, N.R., V.K. Saxena, K.V. Sastry, K. Nagarajan and P. Jain et al., 2008. Cytokines and chemokines in postovulatory follicle regression of domestic chicken (Gallus gallus domesticus). Develop. Comparat. Immunol., 32: 253-264.
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  19. Reddy, G.B., R. Kumar, P.V. Ravindra and R. Ravindran, 2008. Evaluation of proliferative markers in canine mammary tumours. Indian J. Vet. Pathol., 32: 30-33.
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  20. Ravindra, P.V., B. Ratta, U. Chaturvedi, S.K. Palia, P.K. Subudhi and A.K. Tiwari, 2008. Adaptation of velogenic newcastle disease virus in vero cells: Velogenicity of virus unaltered after adaptation. J. Hellenic Vet. Med. Soc., 59: 341-345.
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  21. Ravindra, P.V., A.K. Tiwari, B. Sharma, Y.S. Rajawat and B. Ratta et al., 2008. HN protein of Newcastle disease virus causes apoptosis in chicken embryo fibroblasts cells. Arch. Virol., 153: 749-754.
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  22. Ravindra, P.V., A.K. Tiwari, B. Ratta, U. Chaturvedi and S.K. Palia et al., 2008. Induction of apoptosis in Vero cells by Newcastle disease virus requires viral replication, de-novo protein synthesis and caspase activation. Virus Res., 133: 285-290.
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  23. Rajawat, Y.S., N.R. Sundaresan, P.V. Ravindra, C. Kantaraja and B. Ratta et al., 2008. Immune responses induced by DNA vaccines encoding Newcastle virus haemagglutinin and/or fusion proteins in maternal antibody-positive commercial broiler chicken. Br. Poult. Sci., 49: 111-117.
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  24. Chaturvedi, U., A.K. Tiwari, B. Ratta, P.V. Ravindra, Y.S. Rajawat, S. Kumar and A. Rai, 2008. Detection of canine adenoviral infections in urine and faeces by the polymerase chain reaction. J. Virol. Meth., 149: 260-263.
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  25. Nagaleekar, V.K., K. Ashok, R.S. Tiwari, M.V. Kataria, B. Ravindra and P.V. Satish Kumar, 2007. Bluetongue virus induced apoptosis involves both mitochondrial and death receptor mediated pathways. Arch. Virol., 152: 1751-1756.

  26. Mane, B.G., S.K. Mendiratta, A.K. Tiwari, K.N. Bhilegaokar, P.V. Ravindra and A.A. Raut, 2007. Precise and Rapid Identification of Ovine-Caprine Origin of Cooked Meat by Specific PCR Assay. J. Vet. Publ. Health, 5: 107-111.
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  27. Ratta, B., S. Kumar, U. Chaturvedi, Y.S. Rajawat and R.S. Kataria, et al., 2006. Screening of bull semen for BHV-1 infection by polymerase chain reaction. J. Immunol. Immunopathol., 8: 45-48.
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  28. Kote, P., V. Ravindra, R.S. Chauhan, P. Kote and V. Girish, 2006. Use of avian lymphocytes to detect toxicity: Effects of a commonly utilized deltamethrin preparation. J. Immunotoxicol., 3: 101-109.
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  29. Shukla, G., R.K. Banga, L.K. Singhal, P.V. Ravindra and R.S. Chauhan, 2005. In vitro immunotoxicity induced by cadmium and lead in avian lymphocytes. J. Immunol. Immunopathol., 7: 42-47.
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  30. Ravindra, P.V., L.K. Singhal, S. Ambwani, M. Gupta and R.S. Chauhan, 2004. Chlorpyrifos induced apoptosis in avian lymphocytes. J. Immunol. Immunopathol., 6: 98-99.
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  31. Ravindra, P.V., D. Khan, V. Umapathi and R.S. Chauhan, 2004. New weapons of prevention and control of diseases: from myth to reality. Livestock Int., 8: 17-20.
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  32. Khan, D., P.V. Ravindra and R.S. Chauhan, 2004. Prevention of bacterial diseases in dairy animals. Indian Farmer`s Digest, 36: 11-12.