FACULTY PROFILE
Dr. A.T.VENKATRAMANA REDDY
Assistant Professor
+91 9490907383
atvrr@yahoo.com / atvrreddy@gmail.com
Qualifications :

M.Sc., Ph.D.

Work Experience (PDF/Teaching etc.)

Post-Doctoral:
Research Associateship (CSIR, New Delhi) – 5 Years.
Visiting Research fellow (University of Tennessee Medical Center, MEMPHIS, USA) – 3 years 6 Months.
Teaching: 7 years (Master’s Degree).

Area of research interests :
Neurotoxicology, Chlamydial Biology, Herbal Studies.
Research students (Ph.D awarded/working) :
Ph.D. awarded : 1,
Ph.D working : 1.
Conference/symposia attended :
20.
Conference/symposia organized:
01.
Selected Best Publications:
1. Kanumuri RM, Bajji C, Tummuru RR, Tatireddygari, AT, Mangamoori LN, Panati K, Narala VR, Increased yield of high purity recombinant human brain natriuretic peptide by acid hydrolysis of short fusion partner in Escherichia coli. Protein Exp Purif. 2015, 111:61-67.
2. Anil Gudipudi, Chitra Bajji, Ravikanth Reddy Kosana, Kalpana Panati, Dakshayani Lomada, Venkat RR Arva Tatireddigari and Venkatarami Reddy, Narala. Gene fragment polymerization for increased yield of recombinant HIV fusion inhibitor enfuvirtide. Biotechnol. Lett, 2014;36;1761-1769.
3. Isao, Miyairi, Jonathan D.Laxton, Xiaofei Wang, Caroline A.obert, Venkat RR. Arva Tatireddigari, Nico Van Rooijen, Thomas P. Hatch, and Gerald I.Byrne”Chlamydia Psittacci genetic variants modulate virulence by alteration of host immunity” Journal of Infectious Diseases 2011(In Press).
4. Iso, miyairi, Venkat RR, Arva Tatireddigari, Olaimatu S. Mahdi, Lorne A. Rose, Robert J. Belland, Lulu, Robert W. Williams and Gerald I. Byrne. The P47 GT Pases Iigp2 and Irgb 10 Regulate Innate Immunity and Inflammation to Murine Chlamydia Psittaci Infection. Journal of Immunology, 179(2007), 1814-1824.
5. A.T.V.Reddy and K. Yellamma. Fenvalerate induced changes in evoked potentials from the Ventral Nerve Cord (VNC) of cockroach, Periplaneta americana. Biochem. Int., 23(3), (1991), 481-488.
6. A.T.V.Reddy, K. Ayyanna and K. Yellamma. Sensitivity of brain cholinesterase to cypermethrin toxicity in freshwater teleost, Tilapia mossambica. Biochem. Int., 23(5), (1991), 959-962.
7. AT.V.Reddy and K. Yellamma. The possible metabolic diversions adapted by the cockroach, Periplaneta americana to counteract the toxicity of fenvalerate. Biochem. Int., 23(2) (1991), 359-365.
8. AT.V.Reddy and K. Yellamma. Perturbations in carbohydrate metabolism during cypermethrin toxicity in fish, Tilapia mossambica. Biochem. Int., 23(4), (1991) 643-648
9. A.T.V.Reddy. K. Ayyanna and K. Yellamma. Cypermethrin induced modulations in lipid metabolism of freshwater teleost Tilapia mossambica. Biochem. Int., 23(5) (1991), 963-968.
10. K. Ayyanna. A.T.V.Reddy and K. Yellamma. Changes in protein metabolism of Oziotelphusa senex senex during cypermethrin toxicity. Chemistry and Ecology, 11 (1995), 113-116.