Pundi N Rangarajan
Pundi N Rangarajan
Indian Institute of Science
Verified email at iisc.ac.in
TitleCited byYear
Retinoic acid is a negative regulator of AP-1-responsive genes
R Schüle, P Rangarajan, N Yang, S Kliewer, LJ Ransone, J Bolado, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 88 (14), 6092-6096, 1991
6081991
Determinants for selective RAR and TR recognition of direct repeat HREs.
T Perlmann, PN Rangarajan, K Umesono, RM Evans
Genes & development 7 (7b), 1411-1422, 1993
3981993
Curcumin for malaria therapy
RC Reddy, PG Vatsala, VG Keshamouni, G Padmanaban, ...
Biochemical and biophysical research communications 326 (2), 472-474, 2005
3022005
Involvement of p85 in p53-dependent apoptotic response to oxidative stress
Y Yin, Y Terauchi, GG Solomon, S Aizawa, PN Rangarajan, Y Yazaki, ...
Nature 391 (6668), 707-710, 1998
2001998
Haem as a multifunctional regulator
G Padmanaban, V Venkateswar, PN Rangarajan
Trends in biochemical sciences 14 (12), 492-496, 1989
1821989
Modulation of glucocorticoid receptor function by protein kinase A.
PN Rangarajan, K Umesono, RM Evans
Molecular endocrinology 6 (9), 1451-1457, 1992
1701992
Curcumin-artemisinin combination therapy for malaria
DN Nandakumar, VA Nagaraj, PG Vathsala, P Rangarajan, ...
Antimicrobial agents and chemotherapy 50 (5), 1859-1860, 2006
1682006
Two distinct dimerization interfaces differentially modulate target gene specificity of nuclear hormone receptors.
T Perlmann, K Umesono, PN Rangarajan, BM Forman, RM Evans
Molecular endocrinology 10 (8), 958-966, 1996
1451996
Identification and characterization of a virus-inducible non-coding RNA in mouse brain
S Saha, S Murthy, PN Rangarajan
Journal of General Virology 87 (7), 1991-1995, 2006
982006
Widespread occurrence of the Plasmodium falciparum chloroquine resistance transporter (Pfcrt) gene haplotype SVMNT in P. falciparum malaria in India
PG Vathsala, A Pramanik, S Dhanasekaran, CU Devi, CR Pillai, ...
The American journal of tropical medicine and hygiene 70 (3), 256-259, 2004
932004
Import of host δ-aminolevulinate dehydratase into the malarial parasite: identification of a new drug target
ZQ Bonday, S Dhanasekaran, PN Rangarajan, G Padmanaban
Nature medicine 6 (8), 898-903, 2000
932000
Gene therapeutics: methods and applications of direct gene transfer
JF Crow
Springer Science & Business Media, 2012
902012
Involvement of δ-aminolaevulinate synthase encoded by the parasite gene in de novo haem synthesis by Plasmodium falciparum
S Varadharajan, S Dhanasekaran, ZQ Bonday, PN Rangarajan, ...
Biochemical Journal 367 (2), 321-327, 2002
792002
δ-Aminolevulinic acid dehydratase from Plasmodium falciparum indigenous versus imported
S Dhanasekaran, NR Chandra, BKC Sagar, PN Rangarajan, ...
Journal of Biological Chemistry 279 (8), 6934-6942, 2004
782004
Regulation of cytochrome P-450b/e gene expression by a heme-and phenobarbitone-modulated transcription factor
PN Rangarajan, G Padmanaban
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 86 (11), 3963-3967, 1989
721989
Protective efficacy of a plasmid DNA encoding Japanese encephalitis virus envelope protein fused to tissue plasminogen activator signal sequences: studies in a murine …
MS Ashok, PN Rangarajan
Vaccine 20 (11-12), 1563-1570, 2002
682002
Immunization with plasmid DNA encoding the envelope glycoprotein of Japanese Encephalitis virus confers significant protection against intracerebral viral challenge without …
MS Ashok, PN Rangarajan
Vaccine 18 (1-2), 68-75, 1999
561999
Heme metabolism of Plasmodium is a major antimalarial target
G Padmanaban, PN Rangarajan
Biochemical and biophysical research communications 268 (3), 665-668, 2000
532000
Curcumin-arteether combination therapy of Plasmodium berghei-infected mice prevents recrudescence through immunomodulation
PG Vathsala, C Dende, VA Nagaraj, D Bhattacharya, G Das, ...
PloS one 7 (1), 2012
522012
Localization of ferrochelatase in Plasmodium falciparum
S Varadharajan, BKC Sagar, PN Rangarajan, G Padmanaban
Biochemical Journal 384 (2), 429-436, 2004
522004
The system can't perform the operation now. Try again later.
Articles 1–20