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Ranjeet Singh Mahla
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My research field or area of interest innanotechnology
Drug delivery
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Male germ line stem cell
Cancer Biology
Publication list
Research article
Reddy, A., Maradani, B., Bhagvatula, J., Katkam, H., Mahla, R.S., Shivaji, S. (2012) Improved
methods of carnivore scat collection, preservation, DNA extraction and quantification for accurate
genotyping of wild tigers (Accepted in PLOS One).

Mahla, R.S., Reddy N., Goel S. (2012) Spermatogonial Stem Cells In Buffalo Testis (Bubalis
bubalis). Plos ONE 7(4); e36020 PMID:22536454

Reddy, N., Mahla, R.S., Thati, R., Suman, S.K., Jose J., Goel S. (2012) Gonadal Status of Male
Recipient Mice Influences the Germ Cell Development in Immature Buffalo Testis Tissue
Xenograft. Reproduction 143; 59–69. PMID: 22046056

Reddy, N., Babu, K.S., Mahla, R.S., Pawar R.M., Goel, S. (2012) Expression of Vascular
Endothelial Growth Factor (VEGF) transcript and protein in several vertebrates including
endangered species. Theriogenology 77; 608-614. PMID: 22056013

Goel, S., Reddy, N., Mahla, R.S., Suman, S. K., Pawar, R. M. (2011) Spermatogonial Stem Cells
in the Testis of an Endangered Bovid: Indian Black Buck (Antelope cervicapra L.) Animal
Reproduction Science 126; 251-257. PMID: 21719218

Goel, S., Mahla, R.S., Suman, S.K., Reddy, N., Imai, H. (2010) UCHL-1 Protein Expression
Specifically Marks Spermatogonia in Wild Bovid Testis. European Journal of Wildlife Research
57(3); 663-667. link

Letter to the Editor

Mahla R. S. (2012) Comment on: Winkler et al. Histone Deacetylase 6 (HDAC6) Is an Essential
Modifier of Glucocorticoid-Induced Hepatic Gluconeogenesis. Diabetes 61(7) e10.
Researchgroup, Institute, University, School, Company name
Centre for Cellular and Molecular Biology
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