Karthik S Kamath

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Post-translational modifications (PTMs) are vital cellular control mechanism, which affect protein properties, including folding, conformation, activity and consequently, their functions. As a result they play a key role in various disease conditions, including cancer and diabetes. Proteomics as a rapidly growing field has witnessed tremendous advancement(More)
Vivax malaria is the most widely distributed human malaria resulting in 80-300 million clinical cases every year. It causes severe infection and mortality but is generally regarded as a benign disease and has not been investigated in detail. The present study aimed to perform human serum proteome analysis in a malaria endemic area in India to identify(More)
Serum apolipoproteins A (Apo-A) and B (Apo-B) and lecithin: cholesterol acyl transferase (LCAT) activities and 24-hour urinary cholesterol levels were estimated in 25 nephrotic children before and during steroid treatment with 4 weeks of daily prednisolone followed by another 4 weeks of alternate-day prednisolone. The patients with untreated nephrotic(More)
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