Pillai Harikrishna

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Regucalcin is a multi-functional protein having roles in calcium homeostasis as well as in anti-apoptotic, anti-prolific and anti-oxidative functions. Recently, it has been reported from the male reproductive tract, but its role in male reproduction needs further investigation; for which the native regucalcin of reproductive origin will be more appropriate.(More)
The quantitative real time PCR (qRT-PCR) has become an important tool for gene-expression analysis for a selected number of genes in life science. Although large dynamic range, sensitivity and reproducibility of qRT-PCR is good, the reliability majorly depend on the selection of proper reference genes (RGs) employed for normalization. Although, RGs(More)
P. Harikrishna, A. Abraham, S. Selvi Rajan, G. Ramesh Babu, S. Chitra Ganapathi, and Nagesh R. Iyer Principal Scientist, CSIR-Structural Engineering Research Centre, Chennai, TN, India, hari@serc.res.in Senior Scientist, CSIR-Structural Engineering Research Centre, Chennai, TN, India, abraham@serc.res.in Chief Scientist, CSIR-Structural Engineering Research(More)
Regucalcin is a calcium regulating multifunctional protein reported to have many important functions like calcium homeostasis, anti-oxidative, anti-apoptotic and anti-cancerous functions. Although it is demonstrated as a calcium regulating protein, the calcium binding ability of regucalcin is still a controversy. The main reason for the controversy is that(More)
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