MRB, Route 1083
Departments of Internal Medicine, Allergy, Asthma and Microbiology & Immunology
|MD | 1983 | Medical College, Kanpur, India|
|MBBS | 1980 | Medical College, Kanpur University Kanpur, India|
Allergic sensitization and asthma using molecular biology tools, role of genes in asthma.
Dr. Sur will pursue the hypothesis is that reactive oxygen species (ROS) generated by interaction of intrinsic NADPH oxidases in pollens with NADPH in airway lining fluid provides a critical second signal that activates MAP kinases and induces of expression of genes in the lungs that augment mucin production, airway inflammation and AHR in allergic asthma. Three specific aims are proposed:
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