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Ramesh Raina

Associate Professor and Department Chair of Biology

raraina@syr.edu
Office: LSC 464
Phone: 315-443-4546; Lab: 315-443-4750
Lab website: http://rainalab.syr.edu

Education

Ph.D., Jawaharlal Nehru University (1991)
Postdoctoral Fellow, Carnegie Institute of Washington (1992-1995)

Research Interests

Genetic and molecular mechanisms regulating plant-pest interactions; functional genomics of cell signaling in plants.

Courses

  • BIO 400/600 Modern Concepts in Biology
  • BIO 462 Molecular Genetics
  • BIO 465/665 Molecular Biology Lab
  • BIO 787 Functional Genomics

Interdisciplinary Programs

Structural Biology, Biochemistry, and Biophysics Program
Member of the Core Faculty of the Renée Crown Honors Program at Syracuse University


Selected Publications

  • Dutta A., Chan S.H.P., Pauli N.T., R. Raina (2015). HYPERSENSITIVE RESPONSE-LIKE LESIONS 1 codes for AtPPT1 and regulates accumulation of ROS and defense against bacterial pathogen Pseudomonas syringae in Arabidopsis thalaina. Antioxid Redox Signal. doi:10.1089/ars.2014.5963.
  • Appel H.M., Maqbool S.B., Raina S., Jagadeeswaran G., Acharya B.R., Hanley J.C. Jr., Miller K.P., Hearnes L., Jones A.D., Raina R., J.C. Schultz (2014). Transcriptional and metabolic signatures of Arabidopsis responses to chewing damage by an insect herbivore and bacterial infection and the consequences of their interaction. Front. Plant Sci., doi: 10.3389/fpls.2014.00441.
  • Alobaid, F., Mehrotra, K., Mohan, C., and R. Raina (2012) SMAlign: Alignment of DNA sequences with gap constraints. 4th International Conference on Bioinformatics and Computational Biology, BICoB–2012: 43-50.
  • Springer, D.J., Ren, P., Raina, R., Dong, Y., Behr, M.J., McEwen, B. F., Bowser, S., Samsonoff, W., Chaturvedi, S., and V. Chaturvedi (2010) Extracellular fibrils of pathogenic yeast Cryptococcus gattii are important for ecological niche, murine virulence and human neutrophil interactions. PloS One 5:e10978.
  • Jagadeeswaran G., S. Raina, B. R. Acharya, S. B. Maqbool, S. L. Mosher, H. M. Appel, J. C. Schultz, D. F. Klessig and R. Raina (2007) Arabidopsis GH3-LIKE DEFENSE GENE 1 is required for accumulation of salicylic acid, activation of defense responses and resistance to Pseudomonas syringae. Plant J. 51: 234-46.
  • Acharya, B. R., S. Raina, S. B. Maqbool, G. Jagadeeswaran, S. L. Mosher, H. M. Appel, J. C. Schultz, D. F. Klessig and R. Raina (2007) Overexpression of CRK13, an Arabidopsis cysteine-rich receptor-like kinase, results in enhanced resistance to Pseudomonas syringae. Plant J. 50: 488-49.
  • Mahalingam, R., A. M. Gomez-Buitrago, N. Eckardt, N. Shah, A. Guevara-Garcia, P. Day, R. Raina* and N. Fedoroff* (2003). Characterization of stress/defense transcriptome of Arabidopsis. Genome Biology 4:R20 (*corresponding authors).
  • Devadas, S. K., A. Enyedi and R. Raina (2002). The Arabidopsis hrl1 mutation reveals novel overlapping roles of salicylic acid, jasmonic acid, and ethylene signaling in cell death and defense against pathogens. Plant J. 30: 467-480.
  • Devadas, S. K. and R. Raina (2002). Preexisting systemic acquired resistance suppresses hypersensitive response-associated cell death in Arabidopsis hrl1mutant. Plant Physiol. 128:1234-1244.
  • Pilloff, R. K., S. K. Devadas, A. Enyedi, and R. Raina (2002). The Arabidopsis gain-of-function mutant dll1 spontaneously develops lesions mimicking cell death associated with disease. Plant J. 30:61-70.

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