1.  R. Ratnapriya, J. Vijai, J. Kadandale, R. Iyer, K. Radhakrishnan and A. Anand A locus for juvenile myoclonic epilepsy maps to 2q33-q36, Human Genetics,  (2010). In Press.

2.  R. Ratnapriya, P. Satishchandra, S. Dilip, G. Gadre and A. Anand Familial autosomal dominant reflex epilepsy triggered by hot water maps to 4q24-q28., Human Genetics,  126, 677 - 683 (2009).

3.  R. Ratnapiya, P. Satishchandra, S. Dilip Kumar, G. Gadre, R. Reddy and A. Anand A locus for autosomal dominant reflex epilepsy precipitated by hot water maps at chromosome 10q21.3-q22.3, Human Genetics,  125, 541 - 549 (2009).

4.  Arunima Chatterjee, R. Jalvi, Nishtha Pandey, R. Rangasayee and A. Anand A novel locus DFNA59 for autosomal dominant nonsyndromic hearing loss maps at chromosome 11p14.2-q12.3, Human Genetics,  124, 669 - 675 (2009).

5.  M. RamShankar, Aparna G, R. Jalvi, CR Srikumari Srisailapathy, V. Malhotra, S Chadha, A Agarwal, A Ramesh, R. Rangasayee and A. Anand Functional consequences of novel connexin 26 mutations associated with hereditary hearing loss, European Journal of Human Genetics,  1 - 8 (2008).

6.  A. Kapoor, P. Satishchandra, R. Ratnapriya, Ramesh Reddy, Jayaram Kadandale, Susarla K Shankar and A. Anand An idiopathic epilepsy syndrome linked to 3q13.3-q21 and missense mutations in the extracellular calcium sensing receptor gene, Annals of Neurology,  64, 158 - 167 (2008).

7.  G. L. Cavalleri, N. M. Walley, N. Soranzo, J. Mulley, C. P. Doherty, A. Kapoor, C. Depondt, J. M. Lynch, I. E. Scheffer, A. Heils, A. Gehrmann, P. Kinirons, S. Gandhi, P. Satishchandra, N. W. Wood, A. Anand, T. Sander, S. F. Berkovic, N. Delanty, D. B. Goldstein and S. M. Sisodiya,  A multicenter study of BRD2 as a risk factor for Juvenile Myoclonic Epilepsy, Epilepsia,  48, 706 - 712 (2007).

8.  G. S. Shekhwat, M. Ramshankar, R. Jalvi, R. Rangasayee and A. Anand Implications of disclosing auditory genetic mutation to a family: A case study, International Journal of Audiology,  46, 384 - 387 (2007).

9.  A. Kapoor, R. Ratnapriya, G Kuruttukulam and A. Anand A novel genetic locus for juvenile myoclonic epilepsy at chromosome 5q12-q14, Human Genetics,  121, 655 - 662 (2007).

10.  H. M. Ravishankar, A Kishore and A. Anand Mutational screening of the Parkin gene among South Indians with early onset Parkinson's disease, Journal of Neurology, Neurosurgery and Psychiatry,  76, 1588 - 1590 (2005).

11.  J. Vijai, A. Kapoor, H. M. Ravishankar, P. J. Cherian, G Kuruttukulam, B. Rajendran, R Sridharan, G. Rangan, A. S. Girija, S. Jayalakshmi, S. Mohandas, K. S. Mani and A. Anand Protective and susceptibility effects of hSKCa3 allelic variants on juvenile myoclonic epilepsy, Journal of Medical Genetics,  42, 439 - 442 (2005).

12.  Q. Saleem, S. Roy, U. Murgood, R. Saxena, I. C. Verma, A. Anand, U. Muthane, S. Jain and S. K. Brahmachari,  Molecular analysis of Huntington's disease and linked polymorphisms in the Indian population, Acta Neurol. Scand.,  108, 281 - 286 (2003).

13.  J. Vijai, A. Kapoor, H. M .Ravishankar, P. J. Cherian, A. S. Girija, B. Rajendran, G. Rangan, S. Jayalakshmi, S. Mohandas, K. Radhakrishnan and A. Anand Genetic association analysis of KCNQ3 and juvenile myoclonic epilepsy in a South Indian population, Human Genetics,  113, 461 - 463 (2003).

14.  A. Kapoor, J. Vijai, H. M. Ravishankar, P. Satishchandra, K. Radhakrishnan and A. Anand Absence of Ala322Asp, a GABRA1 mutation in Juvenile Myoclonic Epilepsy families from South India, Journal of Genetics,  82, 17 - 21 (2003).

15.  M. RamShankar, S. Girirajan, O. Dagan, H. M. Ravi Shankar, R. Jalvi, R. Rangasayee, K. B. Avraham and A. Anand Contribution of connexin 26 (GJB2) mutations and founder effect to non-syndromic hearing loss in India, Journal of Medical Genetics,  40, (2003).

16.  J. Vijai, P. J. Cherian, P. N. Sylaja, A. Anand and K. Radhakrishnan,  Clinical characteristics of a South Indian cohort of juvenile myoclonic epilepsy probands, Seizure,  12, 490 - 496 (2003).

17.  O. Mukherjee, Q Saleem, A. Anand, S. K. Brahmachari and S. Jain,  Common psychiatric diseases and human genetic variation, Community Genetics,  5, 171 - 177 (2002).

18.  A. Anand, A Villella, LC Ryner, T. Carlos, SF Goodwin, HJ Song, DA Gailey, A Morles, JC Hall, BS Baker and BJ Taylor,  Molecular dissection of the sex-specific and vital functions of the Drosophila melanogaster sex determination gene fruitless., Genetics,  158, 1569 - 1595 (2001).

19.  K. J. Sheikh, D. Naveen, T. Sherrin, A. Murthy, K. Thennarasu, A. Anand, V. Benegal and S. Jain,  Polymorphisms at the DRD2 locus in early onset alcoholism in the Indian population, Addication Biology,  6, 331 - 335 (2001).

20.  Q. Saleem, A. Anand, S. K. Brahmachari, S. Jain and U. Muthane,  A clinical study of patients with genetically confirmed Huntington's disease from India, J. Neurological Sciences,  15, 73 - 78 (2001).

21.  Q Saleem, A. Anand, S. Jain and S. K. Brahmachari,  The polyglutamine motif is highly conserved at the Clock locus in various organisms and is not polymorphic in humans, Human Genetics,  109, 136 - 142 (2001).

22.  Q. Saleem, V. S. Sreevidya, J. Sudhir, J. V. Savithri, Y. Gowda, C. B. Rao, V. Benegal, P. P. Majumder, A. Anand, S. K. Brahmachari and S. Jain,  Association analysis of CAG repeat at the KCNN3 locus in Indian patients with Bipolar Disorder and Schizophrenia, American Journal of Medical Genetics: Neuropsychiatric Genetics,  96, 744 - 748 (2000).

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