Kumar Avinash

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Name Kumar Avinash, Dr.
Avinash Kumar
Cleveland Clinic

Lerner Research institute

Address 9500 Euclid Avenue, 44195
City Cleveland
State/Province Ohio (OH)
Country USA
Email [email protected]
Weblink https://www.lerner.ccf.org/immuno/dasarathy/
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Bellar 2023 Clin Transl Med2023Bellar A, Welch N, Dasarathy J, Attaway A, Musich R, Kumar A, Sekar J, Mishra S, Sandlers Y, Streem D, Nagy LE, Dasarathy S (2023) Peripheral blood mononuclear cell mitochondrial dysfunction in acute alcohol-associated hepatitis. https://doi.org/10.1002/ctm2.1276
Kumar 2023 J Nutr Biochem2023Kumar A, Bellar A, Mishra S, Sekar J, Welch N, Dasarathy S (2023) L-Isoleucine reverses hyperammonemia-induced myotube mitochondrial dysfunction and post-mitotic senescence. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jnutbio.2023.109498
Kumar 2021 JCI Insight2021Kumar A, Welch N, Mishra S, Bellar A, Silva RN, Li L, Singh SS, Sharkoff M, Kerr A, Chelluboyina AK, Sekar J, Attaway AH, Hoppel C, Willard B, Davuluri G, Dasarathy S (2021) Metabolic reprogramming during hyperammonemia targets mitochondrial function and postmitotic senescence. JCI Insight 6:e154089.
Gupta 2021 Sci Rep2021Gupta MK, Sahu A, Sun Y, Mohan ML, Kumar A, Zalavadia A, Wang X, Martelli EE, Stenson K, Witherow CP, Drazba J, Dasarathy S, Naga Prasad SV (2021) Cardiac expression of microRNA-7 is associated with adverse cardiac remodeling. Sci Rep 11:22018.
Bajeli 2020 Front Cell Infect Microbiol2020Bajeli S, Baid N, Kaur M, Pawar GP, Chaudhari VD, Kumar A (2020) Terminal respiratory oxidases: a targetables vulnerability of mycobacterial bioenergetics? Front Cell Infect Microbiol 10:589318. https://doi.org/10.3389/fcimb.2020.589318
Kumar 2019 Free Radic Biol Med2019Kumar A, Davuluri G, Welch N, Kim A, Gangadhariah M, Allawy A, Priyadarshini A, McMullen MR, Sandlers Y, Willard B, Hoppel CL, Nagy LE, Dasarathy S (2019) Oxidative stress mediates ethanol-induced skeletal muscle mitochondrial dysfunction and dysregulated protein synthesis and autophagy. Free Radic Biol Med 145:284-99.
Deutschman 2019 J Cell Sci2019Deutschman E, Ward JR, Kumar A, Ray G, Welch N, Lemieux ME, Dasarathy S, Longworth MS (2019) Condensin II protein dysfunction impacts mitochondrial respiration and mitochondrial oxidative stress responses. J Cell Sci 132:jcs233783.
Sarmah 2019 Transl Stroke Res2019Sarmah D, Kaur H, Saraf J, Vats K, Pravalika K, Wanve M, Kalia K, Borah A, Kumar A, Wang X, Yavagal DR, Dave KR, Bhattacharya P (2019) Mitochondrial dysfunction in stroke: implications of stem cell therapy. Transl Stroke Res. https://doi.org/10.1007/s12975-018-0642-y
McWilliams 2018 Open Biol2018McWilliams TG, Barini E, Pohjolan-Pirhonen R, Brooks SP, Singh F, Burel S, Balk K, Kumar A, Montava-Garriga L, Prescott AR, Hassoun SM, Mouton-Liger F, Ball G, Hills R, Knebel A, Ulusoy A, Di Monte DA, Tamjar J, Antico O, Fears K, Smith L, Brambilla R, Palin E, Valori M, Eerola-Rautio J, Tienari P, Corti O, Dunnett SB, Ganley IG, Suomalainen A, Muqit MMK (2018) Phosphorylation of Parkin at serine 65 is essential for its activation in vivo. Open Biol 8:180108.
Iqbal 2018 Pathogens2018Iqbal IK, Bajeli S, Akela AK, Kumar A (2018) Bioenergetics of Mycobacterium: an emerging landscape for drug discovery. Pathogens 7:24. https://doi.org/10.3390/pathogens7010024
Shuvo 2017 Can J Microbiol2017Shuvo SR, Kovaltchouk U, Zubaer A, Kumar A, Summers WAT, Donald LJ, Hausner G, Court DA (2017) Functional characterization of an N-terminally-truncated mitochondrial porin expressed in Neurospora crassa. Can J Microbiol 17:1-9.
Davuluri 2016 J Physiol2016Davuluri G, Allawy A, Thapaliya S, Rennison JH, Singh D, Kumar A, Sandlers Y, Van Wagoner DR, Flask CA, Hoppel C, Kasumov T, Dasarathy S (2016) Hyperammonaemia-induced skeletal muscle mitochondrial dysfunction results in cataplerosis and oxidative stress. J Physiol 594:7341-60.


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  • IOC130 Schroecken AT - IOC130 meeting was very good, extremely informative, we learned a lot during the meeting. This will help us to interpret my previous data and next studies. In this meeting, everyone was very helpful and supportive. Thank you very much to everybody for their kind help and organizing the meeting.
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