Kangila Venkataramana Bhat

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We studied expression of protooncogene c-kit receptor in Brown Norway rat Rattus norvegicus testis during different stages of postnatal development. Several regions from within the c-kit gene encompassing different domains were amplified employing reverse transcriptase polymerase chain reaction, and the resultant amplicons were cloned and characterized.(More)
A study of three different Y-specific microsatellites (Y-STRs) in the populations from Uttar Pradesh (UP), Bihar (BI), Punjab (PUNJ), and Bengal (WB), speaking modern indic dialects with its roots in Indo-Aryan language, and from South of India (SI), speaking the South Indian languages with their root in Dravidian language, has shown that the predominant(More)
Sesamin and sesamolin are the major oil-soluble lignans present in sesame seed, having a wide range of biological functions beneficial to human health. Understanding sesame domestication history using sesamin synthase gene expression could enable delineation of the sesame putative progenitor. This report examined the functional expression of sesamin(More)
A comparative analysis of fluorochrome-binding pattern in nine taxa of Abelmoschus had shown that the type, amount and distribution pattern of heterochromatin were characteristic for each taxa. The fluorescent chromosome-binding sites obtained by chromomycin A3 (CMA) and 4′,6-diamidino-2-phenylindole (DAPI) staining in all the nine species showed(More)
Polymerase chain reaction (PCR) amplification of genomic DNA from 57 Musa cultivars with 60 random 10-mer primers generated 605 polymorphic amplification products which were useful in unambiguous cultivar identifications. Unweighted pair-group method analysis of this data grouped the cultivars into specific clusters depending on their genomic similarities.(More)