Dr.K. Balasubramanian

Professor & Head
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Office: Department of Endocrinology University of Madras Chepauk, Chennai - 600 005

Contact

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Mobile: 91- 09444431991

Office: kbala.endo@unom.ac.in

Other: kbala82@hotmail.com

Achievements

Membership

Projects (Total Projects : 2)

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    Studies on the protective role of antioxidant vitamins against diabetogenic effect of di-2-ethylhexyl phthalate (DEHP) in male rat (funded by Department of Science & Technology, Government of India, New Delhi; 2008-2011 ? Total grant Rs. 21.3 lakhs)
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    Studies on the antidiabetic properties of Homeopathic preparations of Syzygium jambolanum & Cephalandra indica (funded by CCRH, AYUSH, Government of India, New Delhi; 2009-2011 ? Total grant Rs 30.69 lakhs)
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Publications

Books (Total Books: 5)
  • Muthusamy T, Murugesan P, Balasubramanian K (2009). Sex steroids deficiency impairs GLUT4 expression and its translocation through defective Akt phosphorylation in target tissues of adult male rat. Metabolism. 58:1581-1592. (Impact factor 2.647),  )
  • Selvaraj J, Muthusamy T, Srinivasan C, Balasubramanian K (2009). Impact of excess aldosterone on glucose homeostasis in adult male rat. Clin Chim Acta. 407:51-57. (Impact factor 2.601),  )
  • Parthasarathy C, Renuka VN, Balasubramanian K (2009). Sex steroids enhance insulin receptors and glucose oxidation in Chang liver cells. Clin Chim Acta. 399: 49-53. (Impact factor 2.601),  )
  • Rengarajan S, Balasubramanian K (2008). Corticosterone induces steroidogenic lesion in cultured adult rat Leydig cells by reducing the expression of StAR protein and steroidogenic enzymes. J Cell Biochem.103: 1472-1487. (Impact Factor 3.381),  )
  • Parthasarathy C, Balasubramanian K (2008). Effects of corticosterone deficiency and its replacement on Leydig cell steroidogenesis. J Cell Biochem. 104:1671-1683. (Impact factor 3.381),  )

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