Research Publications of Prof. Rajiv K. Saxena

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Saxena, R.K. and Talwar, G.P. (1974). A new in vitro method for assay of biological activity of growth hormone. Acta. Endocrinol. 76, 248-259.

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Talwar, G.P., Pandian, M.R., Kumar, N., Hanjan, S.N.S., Saxena, R.K., Krishnaraj, R. and Gupta, S.L. (1975). Mechanism of action of pituitary Growth Hormone. Recent Prog. Horm. Res. 31, 141-174.

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Talwar, G.P., Hanjan, S.N.S., Kidwai, Z., Gupta, P.D., Mehrotra, N.N., Saxena, R.K. and Bhattarai, Q.B. (1975). Growth hormone action on Excerpta Medica International Congress Series No. 381, Excerpta Medica, Amsterdam, pp.104-115. 

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Talwar, G.P., Hanjan, S.N.S., Saxena, R.K., Pandian, M.R., Gupta, P.D. and Bhattarai, Q.B. (1975). Regulation of Immune response by hormones In: Regulation of Growth and Differentiated Functions in Eukaryotic Cells (ed. G.P. Talwar). Raven Press, pp.271-281.

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Saxena, R.K. and Talwar, G.P. (1977). An anterior pituitary factor which stimulates thymidine incorporation in isolated thymocytes. Nature (London), 268, 57-58. 

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Saxena, R.K., Saxena, Q.B. and Talwar, G.P. (1977). A method for reducing salts in tissue extracts containing low molecular weight compounds. Indian J. Biochem. Biophys. 14, 299-301. 

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Saxena, R.K., Jailkhani, B.L. and DMonte, B. (1977). Metabolic effects of steroid hormones, a feasible practical exercise for undergraduate medical students. J. All India Institute of Medical Sciences, 3, 59-61. 

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Saxena, R.K. and Saxena, Q.B. (1978). Studies on a pituitary factor which stimulates DNA synthesis in isolated thymocytes. Part I. Properties, specificity of action and chemical nature. Indian J. Biochem. Biophys. 15, 427-432. 

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Saxena, R.K. (1978). Studies on a pituitary factor which stimulates DNA synthesis in isolated thymocytes. Part II. Partial purification and characterization. Indian J. Biochem. Biophys. 15, 433-438.

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Saxena, Q.B. and Saxena, R.K. (1978). Studies on a pituitary factor which stimulates DNA synthesis in isolated thymocytes. Part III. Effect on cultured thymocytes and embryonic thymus lobes maintained in organ culture. Indian J. Biochem. Biophys. 15, 439-442. 

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Saxena, Q.B. and Saxena, R.K. (1979). Studies on a pituitary factor which stimulates DNA synthesis in isolated thymocytes. Part IV. Effect on cell size of thymocytes. Indian J. Biochem. Biophys. 16, 204-208. 

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Saxena, Q.B. and Saxena, R.K. (1979). Studies on a pituitary factor which stimulates DNA synthesis in isolated thymocytes. Part V. Locus of action. Indian J. Biochem. Biophys. 16, 209-211. 

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Saxena, R.K. and Saxena, Q.B. (1979). Studies on a pituitary factor which stimulates DNA synthesis in isolated thymocytes. Part VI. In vivo action. Indian J. Biochem. Biophys. 16, 212-215. 

[14]

Saxena, R.K. and Adler, W.H. (1979). Modulation of natural cytotoxicity by alloantibodies. I. Alloantiserum enhancement of cytotoxicity of mouse spleen cells towards a human myeloid cell line. J. Immunol. 123, 846-851. 

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Saxena, R.K. (1980). The Thymus. In: Text Book of Biochemistry and Human Biology (ed. G.P. Talwar), Prentice Hall Publishers, pp.255-258. 

[16]

Saxena, R.K. (1980). Growth Factors. In: Text Book of Biochemistry and Human Biology (ed. G.P. Talwar), Prentice Hall Publishers, pp.680-681. 

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Saxena, R.K., Saxena, Q.B. and Adler, W.H. (1980). Modulation of natural cytotoxicity by alloantibodies. III. Augmentation of natural killer activity by alloantisera directed against K, D and I regions of the murine H-2 complex. Cellular Immunology, 59, 89-98.

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Saxena, R.K., Adler, W.H. and Nordin, A.L. (1980). Monoclonal anti thy-1 antibodies from hybridoma HO13-4 do not react with mouse natural killer cells. Immunological Communications 9, 371-378. 

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Saxena, R.K., Saxena, Q.B. and Adler, W.H. (1980). Regulation of natural killer activity in vivo. I. Loss of natural killer activity during starvation. Indian J. Expt. Biol. 18, 1383-1386. 

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Saxena, R.K., Adler, W.H. and Nordin, A.A. (1981). Modulation of natural cytotoxicity by alloantibodies. IV. A comparative study of the activation of mouse spleen cell cytotoxicity by anti H-2 antisera, interferon and mitogens. Cellular Immunology, 63, 28-41. 

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Saxena, R.K., Spees, E.R. and Adler, W.H. (1981). Modulation of natural cytotoxicity by alloantibodies. II. Effect of anti HLA antisera on the natural activity of human peripheral blood lymphocytes against a human and murine cell line. Indian J. Expt. Biol. 19, 595-597. 

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Saxena, R.K. (1981). Studies on the mechanism of inhibition of natural killer cell mediated cytotoxicity by noncytotoxic (inert) lymphocytes. Indian J. Expt. Biol. 19, 812-818. 

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Saxena, Q.B., Saxena, R.K. and Adler, W.H. (1981). Regulation of natural killer activity in vivo. IV. High natural killer activity in alcohol drinking mice. Indian J. Expt. Biol. 19, 1001-1006.

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Saxena, R.K., Saxena, Q.B. and Adler, W.R. (1981). Modulation of natural cytotoxicity by alloantibodies. V. The mechanism of selective augmenting effect of anti H-2 antisera on the natural killer activity of mouse spleen cells. Cellular Immunology, 65, 115-130.

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Saxena, Q.B., Saxena, R.K. and Adler W.H. (1982). Regulation of natural killer activity in vivo. III. Effect of hypophysectomy and growth hormone treatment on the natural killer activity of the mouse spleen cell population. Int. Arch. Allergy and Applied Immunol. 67, 169-174.

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Saxena, R.K., Saxena, Q.B. and Adler, W.H. (1982). Defective T-cell response in beige mutant mice. Nature (London), 295, 24-25.

[27]

Saxena, R.K., Saxena, Q.B. and Adler, W.H. (1982). Identity of effector cell participating in the reverse antibody dependent cell mediate cytotoxicity. Immunology, 46, 459-464.

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Saxena, R.K. (1982). Augmentation of mouse natural killer cell activity by alloantibody: A reverse ADCC reaction. In: NK cells and other natural effector cells (ed. R.B. Herberman), Academic Press, NY, pp.449-454.

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Saxena, Q.B., Saxena, R.K. and Adler, W.H. (1982). Ethanol and natural killer activity. In: NK cells and other natural effector cells (ed. R.B. Herberman), Academic Press, NY, pp.651-656. 

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Saxena, R.K., Saxena, Q.B., Pyle, R.S. and Adler, W.H. (1982). Effect of anti-HLA and anti beta-2 microglobulin antisera on the natural cytotoxic activity of human NK cells and monocytes. In: NK cells and other natural effector cells (ed. R.B. Herberman), Academic Press, NY, pp.252-256.

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Saxena, R.K., Saxena, Q.B. and Adler, W.H. (1982). Decline of murine natural killer activity in response to starvation, hypophysectomy, tumor growth and beige mutation: A comparative study. In: NK cells and other natural effector cells (ed. R.B. Herberman), Academic Press, NY, pp.645-650.

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Saxena, R.K. (1983). Thymic Hormones. In: Progress in Immunology of leprosy (ed. G.P. Talwar, J.L. Turk and J.R.W. Rees), Arnold-Heineman, New Delhi, pp.277-284.

[33]

Saxena, R.K., Saxena, Q.B. and Collins, G.D. and Adler, W.H. (1983). Augmentation of spleen natural killer activity in mice treated with interleukin-2 preparation. Indian J. Expt. Biol. 21, 54-58. 

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Saxena, R.K., Saxena, Q.B. and Adler, W.H. (1983/1984). Mechanism of loss of natural killer activity in P815 tumor bearing DBA/2 mice. Natural Immunity and Cell Growth Regulation, 3, 34-42.

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Saxena, R.K., Saxena, Q.B. and Adler, W.H. (1984). Interleukin-2 induced activation of natural killer activity in spleen cells from old and young mice. Immunology, 51, 719-726.

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Saxena, Q.B., Saxena, R.K. and Adler, W.H. (1984). Effect of protein caloric malnutrition on the level of natural and inducible cytotoxic activities in mouse spleen cells. Immunology, 51, 727-733.

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Saxena, Q.B., Saxena, R.K. and Adler, W.H. (1984). Effect of feeding a diet with half of the recommended levels of all vitamins on the natural and inducible levels of cytotoxic activity in mouse spleen cells. Immunology, 52, 41-47. 

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Saxena, Q.B., Saxena, R.K. and Adler, W.H. (1986). Inhibition of human natural killer cell activity by ethanol. Indian J. Exp. Biol. 24, 561-564.

[39]

Saxena, R.K. (1987). A spleen cell derived factor imparts resistance to NK cell mediated lysis in a mouse lymphoma cell line. Immunology Letters, 15, 105-108. 

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Saxena, R.K., Saxena, Q.B. and Adler, W.H. (1988). Properties and characterization of a rat spleen cell derived factor which induces resistance to NK cell lysis in YAC lymphoma cells. J. Immunol. 141, 1782-1787. 

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Saxena, R.K., Saxena, Q.B. and Adler, W.H. (1988). Lectin induced cytotoxic activity in spleen cells from old and young mice. Immunology, 64, 457-461. 

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Sarin, A. and Saxena, R.K. (1988). Interleukin-2 induced activation of natural killer cells in rats and mice: A comparative study. Asian Pacific J.Allergy, Immunology, 6, 88-94. 

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Saxena, R.K., Chrest, J. and Adler, W.H. (1989). Modulation of Major Histocompatibility Complex Antigens and inhibition of proliferative activity of YAC lymphoma cells by a Natural Killer Lysis Resistance Inducing Factor (NK-LRIF). Natural Immunity and Cell Growth Regulation (USA) 8, 197-208.

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Sarin, A., Adler, W.H. and Saxena, R.K. (1989). Lack of optimal activation of natural killer levels by interleukin-2 in rat spleen cells: Evidence for suppression. Cellular Immunology 122, 548-554.

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Sarin, A. and Saxena, R.K. (1989). Natural killer cells. Indian J. Exp. Biol. 27, 583-592. 

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Sarin, A. and Saxena, R.K. (1989). Interleukin-2 induced changes in the buoyant density of cytotoxic cells and its relationship with proliferative activity. Natural Immunity and Cell Growth Regulation, USA. 8, 279-289. 

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Saxena, R.K. (1989). NK-LRIF, a factor released by activated rat spleen cells, inhibits the susceptibility of certain tumor cells to lysis by NK cells. In "Recent Trends in Biochemistry and Immunology", G.N. Johri (ed). Published by Zoology Association, Vikram University. pp.63-68.

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Saxena, R.K. (1989). Natural Killer Cells : Current Status. In "Recent Trends in Biochemistry and Immunology", G.N. Johri (ed). Published by Zoology Association, Vikram University. pp.69-72.

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Sarin, A. and Saxena, R.K. (1989). Production by rat spleen cells of a suppressor of interleukin-2 induced activation of Natural Killer Cells. In "Recent Trends in Biochemistry and Immunology", G.N. Johri (ed.). Published by Zoology Association, Vikram University. pp.47-53.

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Udaykumar, Sarin, A. and Saxena, R.K. (1989). T- and B-cell reactivity of Mycobacterium tuberculosis antigens fractionated by iso-electric focusing. In "Recent Trends in Biochemistry and Immunology", G.N. Johri (ed). Published by Zoology Association, Vikram University. pp.17-22.

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Saxena, R.K. (1990). Modulation of MHC antigen expression and NK susceptibility of target cells by a rat spleen cell derived factor, in "Proceedings of the Indo-US Workshop on Cell Mediated Immunity in relation to Tropical Diseases" pp.111-120.

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Sarin, A. and Saxena, R.K. (1990).Quantitative estimation of major histo-compatibility complex antigens on live tumor cells. Indian J. Expt. Biol. 28, 1017-1020. 

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Saxena, R.K. (1990). Cell mediated cytotoxicity responses in young and old mice. In "Perspectives in Aging Research", R. Singh, G.S. Singhal eds., pp.31-36.

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Sarin, A. and Saxena, R.K. (1990). Influence of aging on the generation of adherent - lymphokine activated killer (A-LAK) cells in rat. In: "Perspectives in Aging Research", R. Singh and G.S. Singhal eds., pp.37-43. 

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Sarin, A. and Saxena, R.K. (1990). Mechanism of a sub optimal NK activation by IL-2 in the rat system. In "Natural Killer Cells: Biology and Clinical Application", S. Karger Publishers, Basel, Switzerland. pp.186-189.

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Sarin, A. and Saxena, R.K. (1990). Necessity for interaction between adherent and nonadherent rat spleen cells for the generation of a suppressor factor of NK activation. Immunology letters 24, 93-96.

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Udaykumar, Sarin, R. and Saxena, R.K. (1991). Analysis of circulating immune complexes (CIC) in tuberculosis: Levels of specific antibodies and antigens in CIC and relationship with serum antibody. FEMS Microbiology Immunology, 76, 135-142.

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Udaykumar and Saxena, R.K. (1991). Antigenic epitopes on Mycobacterium tuberculosis recognized by antibodies in tuberculosis and mouse antisera. FEMS Microbiology Immunology, 76, 7-12.

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Sarin, A. and Saxena, R.K. (1991). Restoration of Interleukin-2 induced NK activation by the depletion of adherent cells from rat spleen cells. Med. Sci. Res. 19.

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Saxena, R.K. (1992). Production and Bioassays of Interleukins. In "A Handbook of Practical Immunology", G.P. Talwar and S.K. Gupta (ed) , CBS Publishers , Delhi. pp282-288.

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Saxena, R.K., Saxena, Q.B., Sarin, A. and Herberman, R.B. (1992). Natural Killer - Resistance Inducing Factor (NK-RIF): a new immunomodulatory cytokine. In, "Natural Killer Cells: Receptors, Signaling and Mechanisms". eds., E. Lotzova, and R.B. Herberman, CRC Press pp.381-392.

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Sarin, A. and Saxena, R.K. (1992). Gamma interferon down regulates sensitivity of mouse tumor cell lines to lysis by adherent lymphokine activated killer cells. Med. Sci. Res. 20, 183-184. 

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Udaykumar and Saxena, R.K. (1992). Acid induced changes in the immunoreactivity of specific antigen and antibody in CIC from TB sera. J. Clin. Lab. Analysis. 6, 194-200.

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Prabhu, A., Sarin, A. and Saxena, R.K. (1993). Antigen specific suppressor influence of the carbohydrate determinants of the antigens derived from M. tuberculosis (M. tb) on T cell proliferative response. Immunology and Infectious Diseases 3, 189-194.

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Sarin, A., Haridas, V. and Saxena, R.K. (1993). MHC I class I up-regulation protects some but not all targets against LAK mediated lysis: possible implications for the existence of LAK cells subpopulations using different recognition strategies. Immunology letters 38, 59-62.

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Prabhu, A., Sarin, A. and Saxena, R.K. (1993). B cell mitogenic activity of dinitrophenyl derivative of M. tuberculosis antigens. Cellular Immunology 149, 422-432.

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Sarin, A. and Saxena, R. K.. (1994). Reversal of interferon induced LAK resistance in two murine cell lines by exposure to acid pH. Current Science 65, 705-707.

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Udaykumar and Saxena, R.K. (1994). E. coli reacting antibodies in human tuberculosis sera. Indian J. Tuberculosis 41, 29-34.

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Prabhu, A., Udaykumar, Sarin, A. and Saxena, R.K. (1994). Immune response to environmental exposure or specific immunization with the antigens of Mycobacterium tuberculosis. In: Environment and Physiology, B.N. Mallick and R. Singh (Eds.), Narosa Publishing House, New Delhi, pp 253-258.

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Haridas, V., Sarin, A., Kochupillai, V., Anandi, R. and Saxena, R.K. (1994). Effect of gamma interferon on the expression of class I MHC antigens on fresh leukemia cells and their susceptibility to lysis by lymphokine activated killer cells. Indian J. Cancer 31, 96-102.

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Prabhu, A. and Saxena, R.K. (1994). Comparison of B-cell proliferative response to lipopolysaccharide and DNP derivative of M. tuberculosis antigens. J. Biosciences 19, 57-65.

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Haridas, V. and Saxena, R.K. (1995). Changes in LAK susceptibility of tumor cells as their MHC I antigen expression levels regenerate after pH 3.0 treatment. Immunology Letters 44, 7-11.

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Haridas, V. and Saxena, R.K. (1995). Role of MHC I antigens in modulating the performance of murine tumor cells in cold target competition assays. Immunology 84, 86-90.

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Haridas, V. and Saxena, R. K. (1995). Interferon modulation of levels of class I MHC antigens on some tumor cell lines and its correlation with inhibition assays. Cellular Immunology 161, 256-261.

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Sarin, A., Saxena, Q.B., Herberman, R.B. and Saxena, R.K. (1995). Enhanced MHC I antigen expression on tumor target cells is inversely correlated to lysis by allogeneic but not by xenogeneic NK cells. J. Biosciences 20, 515-523.

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Saxena, R.K., Haridas, V. and Sarin, A. (1995). Regulation of NK susceptibility by target cell class I MHC molecules. Indian J. Biochemistry and Biophysics 32, 179-185.

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Saxena, R.K., Collins, G. D., Chrest, F.J. and Adler, W.H. (1996). Bcl-2 transfaction protects Hut78 cell line from different types of cytotoxic effector cells. Immunology Letters 52, 95-98.

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Saxena, R. K. (1996). Understanding inverse correlation between the levels of class I major histocompatibility complex antigens on tumor cells and their susceptibility to Natural Killer cells: Evidence of competition experiments. Current Science, 70, 143-146.

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Saxena, R.K. (1996). Research Funding in India. Some thoughts, some pipe dreams. Bulletin of the Indian Immunology Society, Sept. 1996 issue.

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Saxena, R.K., Saxena, Q.B., Whiteside, T.L., Goldfarb, R.B. and Herberman, R.B. (1996). Partial purification and characterization of a novel human factor that augments the expression of class I MHC antigens on tumor cells. J. Biosciences, 21, 13-25.

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Saxena, Q.B., Saxena, R.K., Goldfarb, R.B., Herberman, R.B. and Whiteside, T.L. (1996). Identification and partial purification of a human Natural Killer cell proliferation-inducing factor. J. Biosciences , 21, 455-469.

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Raval, A., Puri, N. and Saxena, R. K. (1997). Generation of human class I MHC antigen activating factor (MHC-AF) in serum free medium and its partial purification. J. Biosciences 22, 59 - 68.

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Saxena, R. K. (1997). Missing self by heterogeneous NK cells. J. Biosciences 22, 3 - 12.

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Haridas, V. and Saxena, R. K. (1997). Mechanism of interaction of pH 3.0 treated tumor cells expressing lower levels of class I MHC antigens, with IL-2 activated NK cells . Immunology Letters 55, 167-171

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Saxena, R. K. (1997) Ontogeny of inhibitory receptors for MHC molecules on NK cells. Immunology Today 18, 146 

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Puri, N., Raval, A. And Saxena, R. K. (1997) Species specificity of an actvated spleen cell derived factor which augments the expression MHC class I antigens on tumor cells. Expt. Mol. Med. 29, 129-132. 

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Saxena, R.K. (1997). Preface on research and teaching in Immunology in India, for Immunology Special issue. J. Biosciences, Jan. 1997 issue.

[88]

Saxena, R.K. (1997). Biomedical Research Funding in India: Time to wake up. (Editorial) National Medical Journal of India, 10, 105-106.

[89]

Saxena, R. K. (1997). Funding Higher Education: Urgent need for alternatives. JNU News, 15, 16-17.

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Saxena, R. K., Malik, V., Udaykumar, R., Chandrashekhar, B., Myneedu, V. P. , Jain, N. K. and Jain, R. C. (1998) Detection of M. Tuberculosis antigens in body fluids of tuberculosis patients, in “Microbes for Health, Wealth and Sustainable Environment”, A. Verma (ed), Malhotra Publishing House, New Delhi. pp 659-668.

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Dhillon, S. and Saxena, R.K. (1998) Tumor specific boosting of IL-2 induced NK activation by paraformaldehyde fixed tumor cells. Immunol. Letters 63, 153-158.

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Saxena, R. K., Malik, V., Udaykumar, R., Chandrashekhar, B., Myneedu, V. P. , Jain, N. K. and Jain, R. C. (1998) Detection of M. Tuberculosis antigens in body fluids of tuberculosis patients, in “Microbes for Health, Wealth and Sustainable Environment”, A. Verma (ed), Malhotra Publishing House, New Delhi. pp 659-668.

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Puri, N. and Saxena, R. K. (1998) Induction of proliferation in resting B cell by a factor released by activated mouse spleen cells. Exp. Mol. Med. 30, 199-204.

[94]

Puri, N. and Saxena, R. K. (1998) Partial purification and characterization of a murine factor which augments the expression of MHC I molecules on tumor cells. Exp. Mol. Med. 30, 93-99.

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Saxena, R. K., Malik, V., Udaykumar, R., Chandrashekhar, B., Myneedu, V. P. , Jain, N. K. and Jain, R. C. (1998) Detection of M. Tuberculosis antigens in body fluids of tuberculosis patients, in “Microbes for Health, Wealth and Sustainable Environment”, A. Verma (ed), Malhotra Publishing House, New Delhi. pp 659-668.

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Saxena, R.K. and Dhillon, S. (1998) Influence of tumor cells on NK cell system. Proceedings of the Tenth International Congress of Immunology. GP Talwar, I Nath, NK Ganguly and KVS Rao edited, Monduzzi Editore, Itely, 237-242.

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Saxena, R.K. (1998) Continuing Education in Immunology. Immunol. Today. 19, 437.

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Dhillon, S., Das, A. and Saxena, R.K. (1999) Activating and inhibitory receptors on Natural Killer cells. Proc. Nat. Acad. Sci. (India) 69 (B), III&IV, 229-243

[99]

Dhillon, S. and Saxena, R.K. (1999) Upregulation of KIR expression on murine bone marrow cells by IL2 and paraformaldehyde fixed tumor cells. Immunology Letters 170, 153-167.

[100]

Saxena, R.K. and Adler, W.H. (1999). Cytolytic activity of mitogen activated old and young mouse spleen cells against tumor target cells expressing high or low levels of Fas antigen. Expt. Mol. Medicine 31, 137-141

[101]

Chander, A., Yadava, R., Ghosh, S., Rath, P.C., Yadava, P.K., Orm, I.M. and Saxena, R. K. (2000) Strain Differentiation Among Indian Clinical Isolates of M. tuberculosis by RFLP Analysis. Molecular Biology Today 1(2): 53-55.

[102]

Saxena, R.K. and Chandrasekhar, B. (2000) A novel non-phagocytic mechanism of erythrocyte destruction involving direct cell mediated lysis. International J. Hematology 71, 227-237.

[103]

Saxena, R.K. and Adler, W.H. (1999). Cytolytic activity of mitogen activated old and young mouse spleen cells against tumor target cells expressing high or low levels of Fas antigen. Expt. Mol. Medicine 31, 137-141

[104]

Saxena, R.K. (2000) Should erythrocyte destruction in vivo be through phagocytosis alone? J. Biosciences 25, 3-5.

[105]

Saxena, R.K. (2001) Natural killer cells in immunotherapy. CDRI journal (in press)

[106]

Saxena, R.K. and Adler, W.H. (2000). In Vitro erythrocidal activity of activated spleen cells from young and old mice. Expt. Gerontology 35, 409-416.

[107]

Das, A. and Saxena, R.K. (2001) Abrogation of tumor induced KIR expression on mouse spleen cells by Mitomycin C. Immunology Letters 77, 73-77.

[108]

Das, A., Sarin, A. and Saxena, R.K. (2001) Modulation of NK cell activation and interaction with target cells. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. (India) 69B: 49

[109]

Choudhry, V. and Saxena, R.K. (2002) Detection of M. tuberculosis antigens in urinary proteins of tuberculosis patients. European Journal of Clinical Microbiology and Infectious Diseases. 21, 1-5.

[110]

Saxena, R.K., Wiessman, D., Simpson, J. and Lewis, D.M. (2002) Murine model of BCG lung infection: Dynamics of lymphocyte subpopulations in lung interstitium and tracheal lymph nodes. J. Biosciences 27, 145-153

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Saxena, R.K., Wiessman, D., Saxena, Q.B., Simpson, J. and Lewis, D.M. (2002) Kinetics of changes in lymphocyte subpopulations in the lungs and draining lymph nodes of mice after intrapulmonary infection with M. bovis (Bacillus Calmette-Guerin) and identity of cells responsible for IFNg responses. Clin. Exp. Immunol 128, 405-410

[112]

Saxena, R.K., Valliyathan, V. and Lewis, D.M. (2003) Evidence for LPS-induced differentiation of RAW264.7 murine macrophage into dendritic like cells. J. Biosciences 28, 129-134

[113]

Saxena, R.K., Saxena, Q.B., Weissman, D.M., Simpson, J., Bledsoe, T.A. and Lewis, D.M. (2003) Effect of diesel exhaust particulate (DEP) on Bacillus Calmette-Guerin (BCG) lung infection in mice and the attendant changes in lung interstitial lymphoid subpopulations and IFN gamma response. Toxicological Sciences 73, 66-71.

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Saxena, Q.B., Saxena, R.K., Siegel, P.D. and Lewis, D.M. (2003) Identification of organic fractions of diesel exhaust particulate (DEP) which inhibit nitric oxide (NO) production from a murine macrophage cell line Toxicology Letters 143, 317-22.

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Das, A., Dhillon, S. and Saxena, R.K. (2003) Modulation of NK cell activation by tumor cells: Role of receptors for MHC I molecules. In “Progress in Hematologic Oncology”, (ed. Lalit Kumar) The Advanced Research Foundation, New York. pp 191-198.

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Siegel, P.D., Saxena, R.K., Saxena, Q.B., Ma, J.K.H., Ma, J.Y.C., Yin, X., Casternova, V, Al-Humadi, N. and Lewis, D.M. (2004) Effect of diesel exhaust particulate on immune response: Contribution of particulate vs. organic soluble components. J. Toxicol. Environ. Health. (A) 67, 221-31.

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Saxena, R. K., Choudhry, V., Nath, I., Das, S.N., Paranjape, R.S., Babu, G., Ramlingam, S., Mohanty, D., Vohra, H., Thomas, M., Saxena, Q.B. and Ganguly, N.K. (2004) Normal ranges of some select lymphocyte subpopulations in peripheral blood of normal healthy Indians: Results of a task force study. Current Sciences 86, 969-975

[118]

Das, A., Gupta, M. K. and Saxena, R.K. (2004) Enhanced activation of murine NK cells by IL2 in presence of circulating immune complexes. Current Science 87, 780 - 783

[119]

Das, A. and Saxena, R.K. (2004) Role of interaction between Ly49 inhibitory receptors and cognate MHC I molecules in IL2 induced development of NK cells in murine bone marrow cell cultures. Immunology Letters 94, 209-214

[120]

Ghosh, S. and Saxena, R.K. (2004) Early effect of Mycobacterium tuberculosis infection on Mac-1 and ICAM-1 expression on mouse peritoneal macrophages, Experimental Molecular Medicine 36, 387-395