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Rajamohan, Govindan

<h2>Rajamohan,&nbsp;Govindan, MS, PhD</h2><h3>Post Doctoral Researcher</h3><p><img align="right" alt="Rajamohan" height="264" hspace="5" src="/assets/images/prevMed/GebreyesLaboratory/People/Raj.jpg" vspace="5" width="195" /> </p><p><a href="/419.htm" title="Veterinary Preventive Medicine">Department of Veterinary Preventive Medicine</a><br />College of Veterinary Medicine<br />The Ohio State University<br />371 VMAB<br />1900 Coffey Road<br />Columbus, Ohio 43210<br />Lab: (614) 292-3412<br />Fax: (614) 292-4142<br />[[EmailLink?;dest=Govindan Rajamohan]] </p><h3>Professional Training and Experience</h3><ul> <li>Post doctoral Researcher , The Ohio State University, 2007</li> <li>PhD Himachal Pradesh University,2006</li> <li>Diploma in Information Technology,2002</li> <li>MS&nbsp;&nbsp;Bharathiar University, 1993</li> <li>BS&nbsp; Madurai Kamaraj University, 1991</li></ul><h3>Research Interests</h3><div>The majority of bacterial drug-transporter genes are known to be subjected to regulation by transcriptional regulatory proteins. These local transcriptional regulators act by directly binding to a similar wide range of toxic compounds to that exported by the membrane protein whose expression they control. Our major research interest is to: Understand how MDR gene expression is regulated, particularly genes that bring about multiple antibiotic resistances. Specifically, we are studying the mechanism of transcriptional activation by different regulators involved in resistance to diverse antibiotics, disinfectants, and organic solvents in <em>A.baumannii</em>. By combining various cutting edge molecular tools we are learning how these proteins are regulated.&nbsp;&nbsp; </div><h3>Links</h3><p>Curriculum Vitae </p>