PUBLICATIONS

Rodrigues, C., Pattabiraman, C., Vijaykumar, A., Arora, R., Narayana, S. M., Kumar, R. V., Notani, D., Varga-Weisz, P  &  Krishna, S. (2019). A Suv39H1 low chromatin state characterizes and promotes migratory properties of cervical cancer cells.  Experimental Cell Research

Kar, M., Nisheetha, A., Kumar, A., Jagtap, S., Shinde, J. R., Singla, M., Saranya, M., Pandit, A., Chandele, M., Kabra, S. K., Krishna, S., Roy, R., Lodha, R., Pattabiraman, C. & Medigeshi, G. R (2018). Isolation and molecular characterization of Dengue virus clinical isolates from paediatric patients in New Delhi. International Journal of infectious diseases.

Paban Kumar Dash, Chitra Pattabiraman, Kundan Tandel, Shashi Sharma, Jyoti S. Kumar, Shilpa Siddappa, Malali Gowda, Sudhir Krishna and Manmohan Parida (2018) Recovery of Five Complete Influenza A(H1N1)pdm09 Genome Sequences from the 2015 Influenza Outbreak in India by Metagenomic Sequencing; Genome Announc. June 2018, 6:e00511-18; doi:10.1128/genomeA.00511-18

Adurthi, S., Kumar, M., Vinodkumar, H. S.,  Mukherjee, G., Krishnamurthy, H., Acharya, K. K.,  Bafna, U. D., Uma, D. K., Abhishekh, B.,  Krishna, S., Parchure, A., Murali, A.  & Jayshree, R. S.  (2017) Oestrogen Receptor-α binds the FOXP3 promoter and modulates regulatory T-cell function in human cervical cancer; Scientific reports, 7, Article number: 17289

Mary Dias, Chitra Pattabiraman, Shilpa Siddappa, Malali Gowda, Anita Shet, Derek Smith, Barbara Muehlemann, Krishnapriya Tamma, Tom Solomon, Terry Jones, Sudhir Krishna (2017). Complete assembly of a dengue virus type 3 genome from a recent genotype III clade by metagenomic sequencing of serum. Wellcome Open Research:

Arya, D.,  Sasikala, P. S., Ross, C., , Dasaradhi, P., Shang, L. & Krishna, S (2017). MiR-182  regulates percentage of myeloid and erythroid cells in chronic myeloid leukemia. Cell death and disease: 8, e2547; doi:10.1038/cddis.2016.471

Gowda, M.,  Ambardar, S.,  Dighe, N., Manjunath, A.,  Shankaralingu, C., Hallappa, P.,   Harting, J.,  Ranade, S., Jagannathan, L. &  Krishna, S (2016). Comparative analyses of low, medium and high-resolution HLA typing technologies for human populations. Journal of Clinical and Cellular Immunology, 7, 399-406.

Ammothumkandy, A., 1, Maliekal T. T., Bose, M. V., Sunder Singh, S. S., Rajkumar, T.,  Thejaswini,  B., Giri, G. V. and  Krishna, S (2016). CD66 and CD49f expressing cells are associated with distinct neoplastic phenotypes and progression in human cervical cancer.  European Journal of Cancer, 60, 166-18.

Pattabiraman, C.,  Hong, S.,  Gunasekharan, V. K.,  Pranatharthi, A.,Bajaj, j.,  Srivastava, S.,  Krishnamurthy, H.,  Ammothumkandy, A., Giri, G. V., Laimins, L. & Krishna, S. (2014) CD66+  cells in cervical pre-cancers arepartially differentiated progenitors with neoplastic traitsCancer Research:  (2014)

Mahesh, K. M., Adurthi, S., Ramachandran, S., Mukherjee, G.,  Omana, J., Krishnamurthy, H., Krishna, S., Bafna, U.D., Uma Devi, K. & Jayshree R, S. (2012) TLR 7, 8, 9 Expression And Function In Primary Human Cervical Cancer Langerhans Cells: Evidence of Anergy. International Journal of Gynecological Cancer, 23,  184-92.

Adurthi, S., Mukherjee, G.,  Krishnamurthy, H., Krishna, S.,  Bafna, U. D.,  Uma Devi K., & Jayshree,  R. S  (2012)  Functional Tumor Infiltrating Th1 And Th2 Effectors In Large Early - Stage Cervical Cancer Are Suppressed By Regulatory T Cells. International Journal of Gynecological Cancer, 22, 1130-7.

J. Bajaj, TT Maliekal, E. Vivien, et al. (2011) "Notch signaling in CD66+ cells drives the progression of human cervical cancer." Cancer Research 71(14): 4888-97.

Srivastava, S., B. Ramdass, et al. (2010) "Notch1 regulates the functional contribution of RhoC to cervical carcinoma progression ." Br J Cancer 102(1): 196-205.

Shukla, S., Bharti, A. C., Mahata, S., Hussain, S, Hedau, S., Sharma, R., Pillai, M. R., Krishna, S., Chiplunkar, S., Tengaonkar, H. & Das. B. (2010) Application of a multiplex PCR to cervical cells collected by a paper smear for the simultaneous detection of all mucosal human papillomaviruses (HPVs) and typing of high-risk HPV types 16 and 18. Journal of Medical Microbiology.11, 1303-10.

Jayshree, R.S., Adurthi, S., Maliekal, T. and Krishna, S. (2009) Cell intrinsic and extrinsic factors in cervical carcinogenesis . Indian Journal of Medical Research, 130, 286-295.

Maliekal, T. T., J. Bajaj, et al. (2008). "The role of Notch signaling in human cervical cancer: implications for solid tumors ." Oncogene 27(38): 5110-4. Review

Adurti S., Krishna, S., Mukherjee, G., Bafna, U., Devi, U. & Jayshree, R. S. (2008) Regulatory T cells in a spectrum of HPV induced cervical lesions: cervicitis, cervical intraepithelial neoplasia and squamous cell carcinoma. American Journal of Reproductive Immunology.  60, 55-65.

Ramdass, B., T. T. Maliekal, et al. (2007). "Coexpression of Notch1 and NF-kappaB signaling pathway components in human cervical cancer progression ." Gynecol Oncol 104(2): 352-61.

Subramanyam, D. and S. Krishna (2006). "c-Myc substitutes for Notch1-CBF1 functions in cooperative transformation with papillomavirus oncogenes ." Virology 347(1): 191-8.

Veeraraghavalu, K., V. K. Subbaiah, et al. (2005). "Complementation of human papillomavirus type 16 E6 and E7 by Jagged1-specific Notch1-phosphatidylinositol 3-kinase signaling involves pleiotropic oncogenic functions independent of CBF1;Su(H);Lag-1 activation ." J Virol 79(12): 7889-98.

Ayyub, C., Sen, A., Gonsalves, F., Kishan, B., Bhandari, P., Shashidhara, L. S.,  Krishna, S. &  Rodrigues, V. (2005) Cullin-5 plays multiple roles in cell fate specification and synapse formation during Drosophila development". Developmental Dynamics, 232,865-75.

Sade, H., Krishna, S. & Sarin, A. (2004) The anti-apoptotic effect of Notch-1 requires p56lck-dependent, Akt/PKB-mediated signalling in T cells. Journal of Biological Chemistry, 279, 2937-2944.

Veeraraghavalu, K., M. Pett, et al. (2004). "Papillomavirus-mediated neoplastic progression is associated with reciprocal changes in JAGGED1 and manic fringe expression linked to notch activation ." J Virol 78(16): 8687-700.

Chakrabarti, O., K. Veeraraghavalu, et al. (2004). "Human papillomavirus type 16 E6 amino acid 83 variants enhance E6-mediated MAPK signaling and differentially regulate tumorigenesis by notch signaling and oncogenic Ras ." J Virol 78(11): 5934-45.

Nair, P., K. Somasundaram, et al. (2003). "Activated Notch1 inhibits p53-induced apoptosis and sustains transformation by human papillomavirus type 16 E6 and E7 oncogenes through a PI3K-PKB/Akt-dependent pathway ." J Virol 77(12): 7106-12.

Rangarajan, A., R. Syal, et al. (2001). "Activated Notch1 signaling cooperates with papillomavirus oncogenes in transformation and generates resistance to apoptosis on matrix withdrawal through PKB/Akt ." Virology 286(1): 23-30.

Rangarajan, A., C. Talora, et al. (2001). "Notch signaling is a direct determinant of keratinocyte growth arrest and entry into differentiation ." EMBO J 20(13): 3427-36.

Mythily, D. V., Krishna, S. & Tergaonkar, V. (1999). Pleiotropic effects of human papillomavirus type 16 E6 oncogene expression in human epithelial cell lines. Journal of General Virology, 80, 1707-1713.

Liu, Y., Tergaonkar, V., Krishna, S. & Androphy, E. (1999). Human papillomavirus type 16-enhanced susceptibility of L929 cells to Tumour Necrosis Factor correlates with increased production of reactive oxygen species. Journal of Biological Chemistry, 274, 24819-24827.

Deshpande, N., Chopra, A., Rangarajan, A., Shashidhara, L. S. A., Rodrigues, V., & Krishna, S. (1997) The human transcription factor TEF-1, can substitute for Drosophila scalloped  during wingblade development. Journal of Biological Chemistry, 272, 10664-10668.

Daniel, B., Rangarajan, A., Mukherjee, G., Vallikad, E. & Krishna, S. (1997) The link between integration  and expression of HPV 16 genomes and cellular changes in the evolution of CIN lesions. Journal of General Virology, 78, 1095-1101.

Tergaonkar, V., Mythily, D. V. & Krishna. S. (1997) Cytokeratin patterns of expression in human epithelial cell lines correlate with transcriptional activity of the HPV 16 URR. Journal of General Virology, 78, 2601-2607.

Daniel, B., Mukherjee, G., Seshadri, L, Vallikad, E. & Krishna, S. (1995) Changes in the physical state and expression of HPV 16 in the progression of CIN lesions analysed by PCR. Journal of General Virology, 76, 2589-2593.