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Abhijeet Bakre

  • Ph.D
  • Assistant Research Scientist
  • Augusta University and University of Georgia Medical Partnership
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Recent publications

  • MicroRNA-555 has potent antiviral properties against poliovirus

    • Shim B
    • Wu W
    • Kyriakis C
    • et al.
    N/AReaders
    11Citations
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  • Human respiratory syncytial virus non-structural protein NS1 modifies miR-24 expression via transforming growth factor-β

    • Bakre A
    • Wu W
    • Hiscox J
    • et al.
    N/AReaders
    8Citations
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Professional experience

Assistant Research Scientist

The University of Georgia

August 2011 - Present

Post Doctoral Fellow

The University of Georgia

March 2006 - March 2011(5 years)

Education

Ph.D

Jawaharlal Nehru Univeristy New Delhi India

August 1999 - July 2005(6 years)

M.Sc

Post Graduate Department of Microbiology, RTM University

July 1996 - June 1998(2 years)

B.Sc

R.T.M. Nagpur University

May 1993 - June 1996(3 years)

Research interests

bioinformatics; gene regulation; innate immunitySmall RNAsVirology

About

My research interests include small RNAs and their role in a variety of biological processes specifically involved in infectious diseases. My research goal is to identify and develop tools for small RNA analysis, their role in disease pathology and their impact on cellular gene regulation. To that effect, I extensively utilize computational tools for small RNA target identification and combine experimental approaches to answer those predictions. My long term objective is to develop tools for real time monitoring of small RNA activity in cells during infection processes for respiratory viruses in children. On a side note, I explore, utilize and combine methodologies for knowledge representation to make visualization of complex biological information easier to understand and interpret.

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