Shripad  B. Deshpande
Shripad B. Deshpande
Professor and Head, Department of Physiology, Apollo Institute of Medical Sciences and Research
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Pulmonary surfactants and their role in pathophysiology of lung disorders
A Akella, SB Deshpande
NISCAIR-CSIR, India, 2013
1162013
Acute 3-nitropropionic acid intoxication induces striatal astrocytic cell death and dysfunction of the blood-brain barrier: involvement of dopamine toxicity
H Nishino, M Kumazaki, A Fukuda, I Fujimoto, Y Shimano, H Hida, ...
Neuroscience research 27 (4), 343-355, 1997
1141997
Estrogen protects against while testosterone exacerbates vulnerability of the lateral striatal artery to chemical hypoxia by 3-nitropropionic acid
H Nishino, K Nakajima, M Kumazaki, A Fukuda, K Muramatsu, ...
Neuroscience research 30 (4), 303-312, 1998
841998
3-Nitropropionic acid increases the intracellular Ca2+ in cultured astrocytes by reverse operation of the Na+–Ca2+ exchanger
SB Deshpande, A Fukuda, H Nishino
Experimental neurology 145 (1), 38-45, 1997
701997
Astrocytes are more vulnerable than neurons to cellular Ca2+ overload induced by a mitochondrial toxin, 3-nitropropionic acid
A Fukuda, SB Deshpande, Y Shimano, H Nishino
Neuroscience 87 (2), 497-507, 1998
551998
Bisphenol A decreases atrial contractility involving NO‐dependent G‐cyclase signaling pathway
J Pant, P Ranjan, SB Deshpande
Journal of Applied Toxicology 31 (7), 698-702, 2011
512011
Pulmonary oedema produced by scorpion venom augments a phenyldiguanide‐induced reflex response in anaesthetized rats
SB Deshpande, S Bagchi, OP Rai, NC Aryya
The Journal of Physiology 521 (2), 537-544, 1999
461999
Indian red scorpion (Buthus tamulus) venom-induced augmentation of cardiac reflexes is mediated through the mechanisms involving kinins in urethane anaesthetized rats
S Bagchi, SB Deshpande
Toxicon 36 (2), 309-320, 1998
451998
Gender‐specific action of thyrotropin‐releasing hormone in the mammalian spinal cord1
SB Deshpande, NS Pilotte, JE Warnick
The FASEB journal 1 (6), 478-482, 1987
421987
Indian red scorpion (Buthus tamulus) venom-induced augmentation of cardiac reflexes is mediated through the involvement of peripheral 5-HT3 and central 5-HT1A receptor subtypes
S Bagchi, SB Deshpande
Toxicon 37 (12), 1697-1709, 1999
391999
Toxicity of scorpion (Buthus tamulus) venom in mammals is influenced by the age and species
AK Tiwari, SB Deshpande
Toxicon 31 (12), 1619-1622, 1993
361993
Identification of a novel pulmonary oedema producing toxin from Indian red scorpion (Mesobuthus tamulus) venom
SB Deshpande, AB Alex, MV Jagannadham, GRK Rao, AK Tiwari
Toxicon 45 (6), 735-743, 2005
342005
Acute toxicity of bisphenol A in rats
J Pant, SB Deshpande
NISCAIR-CSIR, India, 2012
332012
In vitro and in vivo evaluation of buccal bioadhesive films containing salbutamol sulphate
S Singh, R Soni, MK Rawat, A Jain, SB Deshpande, SK Singh, MS Muthu
Chemical and Pharmaceutical Bulletin 58 (3), 307-311, 2010
322010
The effect of
OP Singh, IS Gambhir, G Singh, SK Saraf, SB Deshpande, TB Singh
Journal of Exercise Science and Physiotherapy 11 (1), 42, 2015
30*2015
Temperature-dependence of reflex transmission in the neonatal rat spinal cord, in vitro: Influence on strychnineand bicuculline-sensitive inhibition
SB Deshpande, JE Warnick
Neuropharmacology 27 (10), 1033-1037, 1988
281988
Cardio‐respiratory reflexes evoked by phenylbiguanide in rats involve vagal afferents which are not sensitive to capsaicin
A Dutta, SB Deshpande
Acta physiologica 200 (1), 87-95, 2010
272010
Involvement of nitric oxide in 3-nitropropionic acid-induced striatal toxicity in rats
SB Deshpande, H Hida, N Takei-Io, T Masuda, H Baba, H Nishino
Brain research 1108 (1), 205-215, 2006
272006
On the management of scorpion stings
SB Deshpande, AB Alex
Heart 83 (5), 582-582, 2000
272000
Bisphenol A depresses compound action potential of frog sciatic nerve in vitro involving Ca2+-dependent mechanisms
AK Pandey, SB Deshpande
Neuroscience letters 517 (2), 128-132, 2012
242012
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