Kavitha Swaminathan
Kavitha Swaminathan
Senior Research Fellow (CSIR-NET), Anna University
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Apoptosis in HepG2 cells exposed to high glucose
K Chandrasekaran, K Swaminathan, S Chatterjee, A Dey
Toxicology in Vitro 24 (2), 387-396, 2010
Hyperglycemia-induced mitochondrial alterations in liver
A Dey, K Swaminathan
Life Sciences 87 (7-8), 197-214, 2010
Inhibition of CYP2E1 leads to decreased malondialdehyde–acetaldehyde adduct formation in VL-17A cells under chronic alcohol exposure
K Swaminathan, DL Clemens, A Dey
Life sciences 92 (6-7), 325-336, 2013
In vitro evidence for chronic alcohol and high glucose mediated increased oxidative stress and hepatotoxicity
K Chandrasekaran, K Swaminathan, S Mathan Kumar, DL Clemens, ...
Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research 36 (6), 1004-1012, 2012
Increased oxidative stress and toxicity in ADH and CYP2E1 overexpressing human hepatoma VL-17A cells exposed to high glucose
K Chandrasekaran, K Swaminathan, SM Kumar, DL Clemens, A Dey
Integrative biology 4 (5), 550-563, 2012
Elevated glutathione level does not protect against chronic alcohol mediated apoptosis in recombinant human hepatoma cell line VL-17A over-expressing alcohol metabolizing …
K Chandrasekaran, K Swaminathan, SM Kumar, S Chatterjee, ...
Toxicology in Vitro 25 (4), 969-978, 2011
Bio-informatics based analysis of genes implicated in alcohol mediated liver injury
L Jagannathan, K Swaminathan, SM Kumar, GR Kumar, A Dey
Gene 494 (1), 130-139, 2012
Chronic ethanol and high glucose inducible CYP2E1 mediated oxidative stress leads to greater cellular injury in VL-17A cells: a potential mechanism for liver injury due to …
K Swaminathan, SM Kumar, DL Clemens, A Dey
Toxicology Research 2 (4), 245-258, 2013
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