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kumar
Member since: Aug 25, 2006
From: California, United States
Status: Diagnostics & Pharmacology and Drug Discovery Moderator
My points: 59    what's this
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About My Research

Genes involved in apoptotic suppression. The program for cell death appears to be present in many, if not all, cells that do not normally die. It is therefore critically important that apoptosis be repressed in cells destined for survival. The goal my research is to characterize newly identified apoptotic suppressors and assess their relationship to the known PCD regulatory pathway. A better understanding of PCD at the molecular level will be significant for clinical interventions in various pathological conditions associated with dysregulated cell death including cancer and neurodegenerative disorders.

My Affiliations:

UCSB

Off the bench I enjoy:

Cancer biology, Philosophy, Travelling, Languages, Tagore songs, Music, http://hindipages.googlepages.com/