Dr KP Guruprasad

Professor & HOD

Department of Ageing Research

CURRENT ACADEMIC ROLE & RESPONSIBILITIES

    • KP Guruprasad is Professor in the Department of Ageing Research at the School of Life Sciences.
    • He also guides students in research projects.

ACADEMIC QUALIFICATIONS

Degree Specialisation Institute Year of passing
PhD Genetics University of Mysore, Mysore 2004

Experience

Institution / Organisation Designation Role Tenure
Department of Ageing Research, School of Life Sciences Professor 2018
Department of Ageing Research, School of Life Sciences Associate Professor 2009
Division of Biotechnology, School of Life Sciences Assistant Professor 2004
St George College of Management and Science (Affiliated to Bangalore University) Lecturer 2001 - 2004
Mahajana Pre-University College, Mysore Temporary Lecturer 1994 -1995
JSS College, Mysore Lecturer 1994-1995

AREAS OF INTEREST, EXPERTISE AND RESEARCH

Area of Interest

DNA repair, Ageing, Evaluation of Traditional Medicines and Quality Ageing, Metal toxicity.

Area of Expertise

Cytogenetics, Flow cytometry, Rodents and Drosophila Handling, Cell culture and Molecular Biology

Area of Research

Ageing, Traditional medicines, Metal Toxicity, DNA repair, Age related disorders.

Professional Affiliations & Contributions

  • Life member of Society of Biological Chemists, India.

Comparative analysis of error - free DNA repair (Adaptive response) induced by EMS and MMS in Poecilocerus pictus and mouse

V Vasudev Riaz Mahmood SK Harish KP Guruprasad

1997, Environmental pollution and Genetic risk (Eds, Hemaprasad and P.P.Reddy). 59 - 68

No Role of Poly (ADP-Ribose) polymerase in EMS induced adaptive response in meiotic cells of Poecelocerus pictus

V Vasudev SK Harish R Venu

1999, Recent Aspects of Cellular and Applied Radiobiology (Eds, F.H.A. Schneeweiss and R.N. Sharan). 30: 153 – 157.

Inducible protective processes in animal systems: XI. Inducible protective processes in animal systems: XI, Influence of repair inhibitors on clastogenic adaptation induced by alkylating agents in human peripheral blood lymphocytes.

G K Chethan V Vasudev SK Harish K R Manjunatha

2002, Expanding Horizons of Human Genetics (Eds. M.K. Bhasin and A. K. Kalla). Pp. 69-86.

Inducible protective processes in animal systems: XII Influence of Vit. C on EMS induced adaptive response in mouse bone marrow cells

V Vasudev Deepa Mol Mathew MK Sateesh

2004, Recent Advances in Genetics and Health (Eds. P. Usha Rani, A. Jyothy and M. Hema Prasad). pp -271 -290.

Inducible protective processes in animal systems: VI, Cross adaptation and the influence of caffeine on adaptive response in bone marrow cells of mouse

SK Harish Riaz Mahmood V Vasudev

2000, Mutagenesis. 15(3): 271-276.

Inducible protective processes in animal systems: VIII. Enhancement of Adaptive response by nicotinamide

2001, Mutagenesis

2001, Mutagenesis, 16 (3): 257–263.

Inducible protective processes in animal systems: X. influence of nicotinamide in MMS adapted mouse bone marrow cells

V Vasudev MN Anil Kumar SA Chetan

2002, Mutagenesis. 17: 1-8.

Inducible protective processes in animal systems: XII Influence of Vit C on EMS induced adaptive response in mouse bone marrow cells.

2001-01-01 V Vasudev Guruprasad KP Deepa Mol Mathew Sateesh MK

2004, Recent Advances in Genetics and Health (Eds. P. Usha Rani, A. Jyothy and M. Hema Prasad). pp -271 -290.

Brahmarasayana protects against Ethyl methanesulfonate or Methyl methanesulfonate induced chromosomal aberrations in mouse bone marrow cells.

Advait S VikramJeet Singh Raghavendra Sudheer Kumar Sharma Gopinath PM

2012, BMC Complementary and Alternative Medicine 12:113

DNA double strand break analysis by γ-H2AX foci: A useful method for determining the over-reactors of radiation induced acute reactions among head and neck cancer patients.

Goutham HV Mumbrekar K Vadhiraja BM Fernandes DJ

2012, Int J of Radiat Oncol Biol Phys 84;e607 – e612

Immunophenotyping of Normal Individuals Classified on the Basis of Human Dosha Prakriti.

Harish Rotti Jayakrishna Nayak Shama Prasada K Harpreet Kukreja

2014, Journal of Ayurveda and Integrative Medicine 5: 43-49

Establishment of an in vitro plantlet regeneration protocol for unique varieties of brinjal (Solanum melongena L.) var. Mattu Gulla and Perampalli Gulla.

Muthusamy A Vidya KS Pratibha PK Radhakrishna Rao M

2014, Indian Journal of Experimental Biology 52: 80-88

A modified fluorimetric neutral filter elution method for analyzing radiation-induced double strand break and repair.

Goutham HV Mumbrekar K Vadhiraja BM Satyamoorthy K

2011, Anal Biochem. 414: 287-293.

Studies on Brahma rasayana in male Swiss albino mice: chromosomal aberrations and sperm abnormalities

Mascarenhas R Gopinath PM Satyamoorthy K Guruprasad KP

Journal of Ayurveda and Integrative Medicine. 1: 40-44.

Full Publications List

2018-01-01

Vishwanatha U

Evaluation of Amalaki rasayana on DNA repair and immune profile in human subjects. Department of Ageing Research, School of Life Sciences, Manipal Academy of Higher Education. 2015

Raghu K S

Influence of DNA repair on cognitive functions and autophagy in stress induced rats and its modulation by shankhpushpi rasayana. Department of Ageing Research, School of Life Sciences, Manipal Academy of Higher Education. 2017

Students Project