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Rodrigues C, Joy LR, Sachithanandan SP, Krishna S. 2019. Notch signalling in cervical cancer.. Exp Cell Res. :111682.
Arora R, Rekhi B, Chandrani P, Krishna S, Dutt A. 2019. Merkel cell polyomavirus is implicated in a subset of Merkel cell carcinomas, in the Indian subcontinent.. Microb Pathog. :103778.
Pranatharthi A, Thomas P, Udayashankar AH, Bhavani C, Suresh SBangalore, Krishna S, Thatte J, Srikantia N, Ross CR, Srivastava S. 2019. RhoC regulates radioresistance via crosstalk of ROCK2 with the DNA repair machinery in cervical cancer.. J Exp Clin Cancer Res. 38(1):392.
Rodrigues C, Pattabiraman C, Vijaykumar A, Arora R, Narayana SMysore, Kumar RV, Notani D, Varga-Weisz P, Krishna S. 2019. A SUV39H1-low chromatin state characterises and promotes migratory properties of cervical cancer cells.. Exp Cell Res.
Kar M, Nisheetha A, Kumar A, Jagtap S, Shinde J, Singla M, M S, Pandit A, Chandele A, Kabra SK et al.. 2019. Isolation and molecular characterization of Dengue virus clinical isolates from pediatric patients in New Delhi.. Int J Infect Dis. 84:S25-S33.
Dias M, Pattabiraman C, Siddappa S, Gowda M, Shet A, Smith D, Muehlemann B, Tamma K, Solomon T, Jones T et al.. 2019. Complete assembly of a dengue virus type 3 genome from a recent genotype III clade by metagenomic sequencing of serum.. Wellcome Open Res. 3:44.
Dash PKumar, Pattabiraman C, Tandel K, Sharma S, Kumar JS, Siddappa S, Gowda M, Krishna S, Parida M. 2018. Recovery of Five Complete Influenza A(H1N1)pdm09 Genome Sequences from the 2015 Influenza Outbreak in India by Metagenomic Sequencing.. Genome Announc. 6(26)
Adurthi S, Kumar MM, Vinodkumar HS, Mukherjee G, Krishnamurthy H, K Acharya K, Bafna UD, Uma DK, Abhishekh B, Krishna S et al.. 2017. Oestrogen Receptor-α binds the FOXP3 promoter and modulates regulatory T-cell function in human cervical cancer.. Sci Rep. 7(1):17289.
Ammothumkandy A, Maliekal TThomas, Bose MVahanan, Rajkumar T, Shirley S, Thejaswini B, Giri VG, Krishna S. 2016. CD66 and CD49f expressing cells are associated with distinct neoplastic phenotypes and progression in human cervical cancer.. Eur J Cancer. 60:166-178.