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Anand, D and Jakkala, K and Nair, RR and Sharan, D and Pradhan, A and Mukkayyan, N and Ajitkumar, P (2022) Complete identity and expression of StfZ, the cis-antisense RNA to the mRNA of the cell division gene ftsZ, in Escherichia coli. In: Frontiers in Microbiology, 13 .

Jakkala, K and Paul, A and Nair, RR and Swaminath, S and Pradhan, A and Ajitkumar, P (2022) Growth and division mechanisms by which genetic resisters emerge from the rifampicin-surviving population of differentially antibiotic-susceptible mycobacterial subpopulations. In: International Journal of Mycobacteriology, 11 (3). pp. 273-286.

Paul, A and Nair, RR and Jakkala, K and Pradhan, A and Ajitkumar, P (2022) Elevated Levels of Three Reactive Oxygen Species and Fe(II) in the Antibiotic-Surviving Population of Mycobacteria Facilitate De Novo Emergence of Genetic Resisters to Antibiotics. In: Antimicrobial Agents and Chemotherapy, 66 (5).

Paul, A and Nair, RR and Jakkala, K and Ajitkumar, P (2022) Mycobacterium smegmatis strains genetically resistant to moxifloxacin emerge de novo from the moxifloxacin-surviving population containing high levels of superoxide, H2O2, hydroxyl radical, and Fe (II). In: International journal of mycobacteriology, 11 (2). pp. 150-158.

Nair, RR and Sharan, D and Srinivasan, V and Mukkayyan, N and Jakkala, K and Ajitkumar, P (2022) The H2O2 inherently released by the mycobacterial minor subpopulation enhances the survival of the major kin subpopulation against rifampicin. In: Current Research in Microbial Sciences, 3 .

Paul, A and Nair, RR and Ajitkumar, P (2021) Genetic resisters to antibiotics in Escherichia coli arise from the antibiotic-surviving population containing three reactive oxygen species. In: FEMS Microbiology Letters, 368 (21-24).

Sebastian, J and Nair, RR and Swaminath, S and Ajitkumar, P (2020) Mycobacterium tuberculosis Cells Surviving in the Continued Presence of Bactericidal Concentrations of Rifampicin in vitro Develop Negatively Charged Thickened Capsular Outer Layer That Restricts Permeability to the Antibiotic. In: Frontiers in Microbiology, 11 .

Swaminath, S and Paul, A and Pradhan, A and Sebastian, J and Nair, RR and Ajitkumar, P (2020) Mycobacterium smegmatis moxifloxacin persister cells produce high levels of hydroxyl radical, generating genetic resisters selectable not only with moxifloxacin, but also with ethambutol and isoniazid. In: Microbiology (United Kingdom), 166 (2). pp. 180-198.

Nair, RR and Sharan, D and Ajitkumar, P (2019) A minor subpopulation of mycobacteria inherently produces high levels of reactive oxygen species that generate antibiotic resisters at high frequency from itself and enhance resister generation from its major kin subpopulation. In: Frontiers in Microbiology, 10 (AUG).

Nair, RR and Madiwale, SV and Saini, DK (2018) Clampdown of inflammation in aging and anticancer therapies by limiting upregulation and activation of GPCR, CXCR4. In: npj Aging and Mechanisms of Disease, 4 (1).

Kar, Srabani and Su, Y and Nair, RR and Sood, AK (2015) Probing Photoexcited Carriers in a Few-Layer MoS2 Laminate by Time-Resolved Optical Pump-Terahertz Probe Spectroscopy. In: ACS NANO, 9 (12). pp. 12004-12010.

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