AJES
Asian Journal of Experimental Sciences
 
 
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  Professor Santosh Kumar - Editor-in-Chief

Prof. Santosh Kumar has worked as Visiting Professor at Cornell University, Ithaca, New York, U.S.A. He is internationally known for his work on the conducting system (Connecting System) of the Vertebrate heart including Human Beings..

Administrative Positions held :
1. Professor and Head, Department of Biosciences, Barkatullah Vishwavidyalaya, Bhopal.
2. Dean Students Welfare, Barkatullah Vishwavidyalaya, Bhopal.
3. Rector, Barkatullah Vishwavidyalaya, Bhopal.
4. Vice Chancellor, Barkatullah Vishwavidyalaya, Bhopal.
5. Vice Chancellor, Dr. H.S.Gour Vishwavidyalaya, Sagar.

Recently engagements :

  • Associated with NAAC, Bangalore for assessment of Colleges/ Universities (as Chairman).
  • Member of the Executive Council of Banasthali Vidyapith, (Raj) 2007-2010.
  • Elected Council Member of Indian Science Congress Association 2006-2012.
  • Writing books.
  • Patron & Editor-in-Chief, Asian Journal of Experimental Sciences.

Scientific Achievements :

  • President, Indian Science Congress Association, 2000 (section : Zoology, entomology & fisheries), Pune.
  • Represented India in Scientific meetings in various countries of the world.
  • Recipient of Gold medal, for research works by Zoological Society of India..

Work Cited in International Books (only):

  1. Frog's Neurobiology (1976) Springer Verlag, Berlin, Heidelberg, New York Tokyo. Editor: R. Limas & W. Precht.
  2. Biology of Amphibian (1985) McGraw Hill Book Company New York, Toronto. Author: William E. Duellman & Linda Teuch.
  3. Atrial Receptors (1990) Academic Press, London. Author: R. J. Lead.
  4. Morphology and Innervation of the Fish Heart, (1989) Advances in Anatomy, Embryology and Cell Biology. Berlin, Heidelberg, New York Tokyo, Author: M. Santer.
  5. Fish Physiology (1992) Academic Press Inc. London, New YorK" The cardiovascular System. Vol.XII Part B Edited by: W.S. Hoar, D.J.Randall & A.P. Farrel

About 70 Research Papers Published in National & International Journals.
    Guided about 20 PhD's

Books Published:

  1. The Amphibian Heart (1975)S. Chand & Co., New Delhi.
  2. Anatomy and Physiology of Fishes (1996) Vikas Publishing House, New Delhi .
  3. The Vertebrate Heart and Genetic Basis of Human Cardiac Diseases (2003)Anmol Publications, New Delhi.
  4. Chordate structure and function (2002-2003) Ramesh Book Jaipur.
  5. Animal Physiology and Biochemistry (2001-2002) Ramesh Book, Jaipur
  6. Recent trends in Acetylcholinesterase System 2005. IOS Press Amsterdam. Berlin. Oxford. Tokyo. Washington,DC.
  7. Fish and Fisheries (2010)(Anatomy & Physiology, Applied Fisheries, Genetics & Legislature) In Press: New Central Book Agency, Kolkata,India., London
  8. Emerging trends in Zoology (2011) Narendra Publishing House Delhi (India).

Contributed full length articles in the books:

  1. Progress in Cardiology (1981) Editor. Dr. N.P. Misra.
  2. Pollution and Monitoring (1995). Editor (late) R.C. Rana.
  3. Recent Advances in Fish Research (1996) (Late) B. R. Singh.
  4. Recent Advances in Ecological Research. (1997) Editor. M. P. Sinha Ramesh Book Jaipur.

Latest Research Achievements (Biotechnology & Enzyme kinetics):
AChE Kinetics as a parameter for the diagnosis and monitoring the Myocardial Infarction (Heart Attack) In vertebrate the MI was produced by ISO-HCl ( 85 mg./kg body wt) The infracted cardiac muscle cannot sustain cardiac function and in AMI the ischemic muscles get injury and finally muscle degenerate. Heart muscles are richly innervated with nerves.. Due to the injury and degeneration of the cardiac muscles large numbers of enzymes are released, but recently CK-MB, LDH &AST have been used as marker enzymes in the diagnosis of MI in human beings, in addition to ECG tracings. CK-MB is tissue specific enzyme that reaches to the maximum level during 14-36 hours. Troponin protein is exclusive test for MI even if ECG tracings are not positive. During necrosis of myocardium, which is richly innervated by cholinergic nerves, the enzyme AChE may also be released and can be taken as parameter for the diagnosis of MI. Present findings suggest that ISO-HCl has inhibitory power for serum AChE in mammals followed by Amphibia and Aves. On comparison with serum of MI patients similar amount of AChE inhibition was noticed. Further, increase in Km was recorded in experimental animals as well as MI patients, indicating decrease in AChE activity. Thus estimation of Km and Vmax of AChE is also help to ascertain the degree of damage during the course of myocardial infarction.

 
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