Dr. S. Balarama Kaimal
Dr. S. Balarama Kaimal
Professor, SMCH, Chennai, India
Verified email at saveetha.com
TitleCited byYear
Electrospun polycaprolactone membranes incorporated with ZnO nanoparticles as skin substitutes with enhanced fibroblast proliferation and wound healing
R Augustine, EA Dominic, I Reju, B Kaimal, N Kalarikkal, S Thomas
Rsc Advances 4 (47), 24777-24785, 2014
962014
Investigation of angiogenesis and its mechanism using zinc oxide nanoparticle-loaded electrospun tissue engineering scaffolds
R Augustine, EA Dominic, I Reju, B Kaimal, N Kalarikkal, S Thomas
RSC Advances 4 (93), 51528-51536, 2014
762014
Electrospun poly(ε‐caprolactone)‐based skin substitutes: In vivo evaluation of wound healing and the mechanism of cell proliferation
R Augustine, EA Dominic, I Reju, B Kaimal, N Kalarikkal, S Thomas
Journal of Biomedical Materials Research Part B: Applied Biomaterials 103 (7 …, 2015
362015
Poststroke induction of α-synuclein mediates ischemic brain damage
TH Kim, SL Mehta, B Kaimal, K Lyons, RJ Dempsey, R Vemuganti
Journal of Neuroscience 36 (26), 7055-7065, 2016
302016
Decreased muscarinic M1 receptor gene expression in the hypothalamus, brainstem, and pancreatic islets of streptozotocin‐induced diabetic rats
G Gireesh, SB Kaimal, TP Kumar, CS Paulose
Journal of neuroscience research 86 (4), 947-953, 2008
292008
Mutual induction of transcription factor PPAR γ and micro RNA s miR‐145 and miR‐329
A Dharap, C Pokrzywa, S Murali, B Kaimal, R Vemuganti
Journal of neurochemistry 135 (1), 139-146, 2015
232015
Decreased 5-HT1A Receptor Gene Expression and 5-HT1A Receptor Protein in the Cerebral Cortex and Brain Stem during Pancreatic Regeneration in Rats
V veettil Mohanan, SB Kaimal, CS Paulose
Neurochemical research 30 (1), 25-32, 2005
212005
Decreased GABAA Receptor Function in the Brain Stem during Pancreatic Regeneration in Rats
SB Kaimal, G Gireesh, CS Paulose
Neurochemical research 32 (11), 1813-1822, 2007
182007
Enhanced 5-HT(2A) receptor status in the hypothalamus and corpus striatum of ethanol-treated rats
KG Akash, K Balarama, CS Paulose
Cell Mol Neurobiol 28 (7), 1017-1025, 2008
142008
Enhanced 5-HT(2A) receptor status in the hypothalamus and corpus striatum of ethanol-treated rats
P Akash, Balarama
Cell Mol Neurobiol 28 (7), 1017-1025, 2008
142008
Decreased Hepatic 5-HT1A Receptors During Liver Regeneration and Neoplasia in Rats
P Sulaiman, B Joseph, SB Kaimal, CS Paulose
Neurochemical research 33 (3), 444-449, 2008
142008
Decreased cerebral cortex and liver 5-HT2A receptor gene expression and enhanced ALDH activity in ethanol-treated rats and hepatocyte cultures
AK George, J Paul, SB Kaimal, CS Paulose
Neurological research 32 (5), 510-518, 2010
72010
Decreased dopamine D2 receptor function in cerebral cortex and brain stem: their role in hepatic ALDH regulation in ethanol treated rats
AK George, SB Kaimal, CS Paulose
Molecular and cellular biochemistry 304 (1-2), 181-188, 2007
72007
γ-Aminobutyric Acid A Receptor Functional Decrease in the Hypothalamus During Pancreatic Regeneration in Rats
SB Kaimal, KA George, CS Paulose
Pancreas 37 (1), e20-e30, 2008
42008
Post-stroke induction of alpha-synuclein mediates ischemic brain damage
T Kim, S Mehta, B Kaimal, K Lyons, R Vemuganti
JOURNAL OF CEREBRAL BLOOD FLOW AND METABOLISM 37, 272-273, 2017
2017
Cerebral Ischemia: Animal Models
T Kim, B Kaimal, R Vemuganti
JOURNAL OF CEREBRAL BLOOD FLOW AND METABOLISM 36, 495-496, 2016
2016
Abstract TMP50: Suppression of α-synuclein Mitigates Secondary Ischemic Brain Damage
TH Kim, B Kaimal, R Vemuganti
Stroke 47 (suppl_1), ATMP50-ATMP50, 2016
2016
MicroRNA dysfunction promotes neuronal death and neurological dysfunction after stroke: S12-2
R Vemuganti, TH Kim, G Pandi, B Kaimal, V Nakka, A Dharap
Journal of Neurochemistry 130, 2014
2014
Induction of α-synuclein mediated by miR-7 down-regulation contributes to ischemic cell death: PTW03–17
R Vemuganti, B Kaimal
Journal of Neurochemistry 125, 2013
2013
Abstract TP67
JT Kim, BH Cho, KH Choi, SR Ryu, DS Oh
Stroke 44 (2_MeetingAbstracts), 2013
2013
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