Dr. Sareesh Naduvil Narayanan

Dr. Sareesh Naduvil Narayanan

Assistant Professor
Manipal University, India


Highest Degree
Ph.D. in Physiology from Manipal University, India

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Biography

Dr. Sareesh Naduvil Narayanan is currently working as Assistant Professor at Manipal University, India. He obtained his Ph.D. in Physiology from same University. His main area of interest related to Pharmacology and Toxicology, and Neurosciences, Non Ionizing Radiation. His area of expertise includes Learning, Spatial learning, Memory, Mobile Phone Radiation, Golgi-Cox staining, Cresyl Violet Staining, TUNEL Staining, Passive Avoidance Behavior, Anxiety, Elevated Plus Maze, Light Dark Chamber Test, Morris Water Maze, Morphometry, Neuron Tracing and Non Ionizing Radiation. He is author and co-author of 22 journal papers.

Area of Interest:

Pharmacology and Toxicology
100%
Neuroscience
62%
Anxiety
90%
Physiology
75%
Radiations
55%

Selected Publications

  1. Narayanan, S.N., R.S. Kumar, V. Kedage, K. Nalini and S. Nayak et al., 2014. Evaluation of oxidant stress and antioxidant defense in discrete brain regions of rats exposed to 900 MHz radiation. Bratislava Med. J., 115: 260-266.
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  2. Narayanan, S.N., R. Jetti, V.R. Gorantla, R.S. Kumar and S. Nayak et al., 2014. Appraisal of the effect of brain impregnation duration on neuronal staining and morphology in a modified Golgi-Cox method. J. Neurosci. Methods, 235: 193-207.
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  3. Snehunsu, A., N. Mukunda, M.C.S. Kumar, N. Sadhana and S.N. Narayanan et al., 2013. Evaluation of anti-epileptic property of Marsilea quadrifolia Linn. in maximal electroshock and pentylenetetrazole-induced rat models of epilepsy. Brain Inj., 27: 1707-1714.
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  4. Narayanan, S.N., R.S. Kumar, J. Paval, V. Kedage and M.S. Bhat et al., 2013. Analysis of emotionality and locomotion in radio-frequency electromagnetic radiation exposed rats. Neurol. Sci., 34: 1117-1124.
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  5. Pottathil, S., S.N. Narayan , V.A Singh and P. Sreeshama, 2011. Clinicomycological and epidemiological profile of dermatophytosis in a rural referral center. Current Trends Biotechnol. Chem. Res., 1: 121-126.
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  6. Narayanan, S.N., R.S. Kumar and S. Nayak, 2011. Student-involved demonstration approach to teach the physiology of vestibular apparatus for undergraduate medical students. Teach. Learn. Med. Int. J., 23: 269-277.
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  7. Pai, M.K., N.N. Sareesh, J.P. Rao, P.D. Gupta and V. Kedage et al., 2010. Rat everted intestinal segments demonstrate that fasting is a regulator of uptake and metabolism of glucose. Indian J. Physiol. Pharmacol., 54: 89-91.
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  8. Narayanan, S.N., R.S. Kumar, J. Paval and S. Nayak, 2010. Effect of ascorbic acid on the monosodium glutamate-induced neurobehavioral changes in periadolescent rats. Bratisel Lek Listy, 111: 247-252.
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  9. Narayanan, S.N., R.S. Kumar, B.K. Potu, S. Nayak and P.G. Bhat et al., 2010. Effect of radio-frequency electromagnetic radiations (RF-EMR) on passive avoidance behaviour and hippocampal morphology in Wistar rats. Upsala J. Med. Sci., 115: 91-96.
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  10. Paval, J., S.K. Kaitheri, B.K. Potu, S. Govindan and R.S. Kumar, S.N. Narayanan and S. Moorkoth, 2009. Anti-arthritic potential of the plant Justicia gendarussa Burm F. Clinics (Sao Paulo), 64: 357-362.
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  11. Paval, J., S.K. Kaitheri, B.K. Potu, S. Govindan and R.S. Kumar et al., 2009. Comparing the anti-arthritic activities of the plants Justicia gendarussa Burm F. and Withania somnifera Linn. Int. J. Green Pharm., 3: 281-284.
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  12. Naduvi, S., Narayanan, R.S. Kumar, B.K. Potu and S. Nayak et al., 2009. Spatial memory perfomance of wistar rats exposed to mobile phone. Clinics, 64: 231-234.
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  13. Kumar, R.S., S.N. Narayanan and S. Nayak, 2009. Ascorbic acid protects against restraint stress-induced memory deficits in wistar rats. Clinics, 64: 1211-1217.
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  14. Kumar, R.S., S.N. Narayanan and J. Paval, 2009. Monotonous sensory stimulation can it induce sleep in infants? An insight into the possible neurophysiology. Med. Hypotheses, 73: 862-863.
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  15. Kumar, R.S., S.N. Narayanan and J. Paval, 2009. High contraceptive failure rate of rhythm method: Possible involvement of pheromones. Med. Hypotheses, 73: 1079-1079.
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  16. Kumar, R.S., N.N. Sareesh, S. Nayak and M. Mailankot, 2009. Hypoactivity of wistar rats exposed to mobile phone on elevated plus maze. Indian J. Physiol. Pharmacol., 53: 283-286.
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  17. Kumar, R.S. and S.N. Narayanan, 2008. Role-playing lecturing: a method for teaching neuroscience to medical students. Adv. Physiol. Educ., 32: 329-331.
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  18. Sareesh, N.N. and J.P. Rao, 2007. Phosphate transport by the everted intestinal and gallbladder sacs of the frog. Indian J. Physiol. Pharmacol., 51: 301-302.
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  19. Kumar, S.R., S.M. Rao, S. Nayak and N.N. Sareesh, 2007. Effect of Ocimum sanctum (Linn) extract on restraint stress induced behavioral deficits in male wistar rats. Pharmacologyonline, 3: 394-404.
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