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http://bmb.utmb.edu/faculty/ramana.asp
Dr. Ramana is a Professor at Department of Biochemistry and
Molecular Biology, University of Texas Medical Branch,
Galveston, TX-USA. The chief objectives of his investigations are
to examine the involvement of cellular metabolism and
oxidative stress signals in inflammation and to delineate the role
of aldo-keto reductases in the inflammatory pathways. He uses
various genetic, biochemical and cell biological approaches to
analyze inflammatory responses regulated by cellular
metabolites in various inflammatory pathologies such as sepsis,
uveitis, asthma and cancer. He has published more than 105
peer reviewed articles. He is also serving as an editorial board
member of 25 other journals and reviewer of several journals.
Oxidative stress signaling in Inflammation, role of
polyol pathway in diabetic cardiovascular
complications, Biochemical and molecular interactions
of lipid aldehydes with proteins and DNA and
cytokine and chemokine signals in various
inflammatory diseases such as diabetes, asthma,
sepsis, cancer and uveitis.
Activation of NF-kB is a major cause of
inflammation and inhibition of NF-kB
prevents many inflammatory diseases.
Ref:
Biomol Concepts. 2011 Apr 1;2(1-2):103-114.
Aldose reductase (AR)
mediates NF-kB signals
Ref: Int J Biochem Cell Biol. 2010, 42:17-20
Aldose reductase inhibition prevents oxidative stress signals
Diabetes
Viruses
Cytokines
ARI
JAK
PI3K
PDK
AKT/PKB
STAT
CREB
Infection
ROS
Stress
X
ARI
PLC
PKC
DAG
IP3
MPKK
MEKK
PKC/ERK
Ca 2+
IKK
JNK
P38
Calcinurin
IkB
cFOS
ATF2
NFAT
NF-kB
HO1, HSPs,
CIS IL-2Ra,
IL-4Ra, CD-23
TH, BDNF
CREM, CRF,
Fos, GluR1
IL-1,6, iNOS,
TNF, IL-8,
12, FGF
Cell death/
apoptosis
Cell survival
/proliferation
Cell migration
AP1
IL-2,4, INF-g TNF,
Fas L, CD40L,
MHC
IL-1,6, TNF
VEGF, MMPs,
ICAM VCAM,
SOD BCL-2,
iNOS
VEGF, MMPs
Cyclin D,
cJun, CD44,
caspase3
Inflammation
Cell survival
/proliferation
Cell death/
apoptosis
Ref:
Biomol Concepts. 2011 Apr 1;2(1-2):103-114.
Kota V Ramana
1.Molecular Pharmaceutics & Organic Process Research
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