Her primary scientific interests are in Endocrinology, Internal medicine, Neuropeptide Y receptor, Hypothalamus and Orexigenic. She conducts interdisciplinary study in the fields of Endocrinology and Chemistry through her research. Her Internal medicine study focuses mostly on Luteinizing hormone, Leptin, Appetite, Neuropeptide and Hormone.
Her studies in Neuropeptide Y receptor integrate themes in fields like Dose–response relationship, Galanin, Stimulation, Neurochemical and Arc. The Hypothalamus study combines topics in areas such as Alpha, Basal and Insulin. The concepts of her Orexigenic study are interwoven with issues in Anorectic and Energy homeostasis.
Her primary areas of study are Internal medicine, Endocrinology, Hypothalamus, Neuropeptide Y receptor and Luteinizing hormone. Endocrinology is closely attributed to Orexigenic in her work. Her research in Orexigenic intersects with topics in Melanocortin and Orexin.
Peptide hormone is closely connected to Castration in her research, which is encompassed under the umbrella topic of Hypothalamus. The various areas that Pushpa S. Kalra examines in her Neuropeptide Y receptor study include Neurosecretion, Nucleus, Central nervous system, Feeding behavior and Endogeny. Her work carried out in the field of Luteinizing hormone brings together such families of science as Pituitary gland and Ovariectomized rat, Estrogen.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Internal medicine, Endocrinology, Leptin, Hypothalamus and Ghrelin. Her Internal medicine and Neuropeptide Y receptor, Weight gain, Adipokine, Obesity and Energy homeostasis investigations all form part of her Internal medicine research activities. She performs multidisciplinary study on Endocrinology and Transgene in her works.
Pushpa S. Kalra has included themes like Orexigenic, Hormone, Insulin and Appetite in her Leptin study. Her research in Orexigenic tackles topics such as Central nervous system which are related to areas like Stimulation. The study incorporates disciplines such as Receptor and Neurochemical in addition to Hypothalamus.
Her main research concerns Endocrinology, Internal medicine, Leptin, Ghrelin and Neuropeptide Y receptor. Brown adipose tissue, Adipose tissue, Hyperinsulinemia, Insulin and Neurochemical are the primary areas of interest in her Endocrinology study. Her work in Hypothalamus, Appetite, Orexigenic, Hormone and Leptin receptor are all subfields of Internal medicine research.
Hypothalamus is frequently linked to Gnrh secretion in her study. Pushpa S. Kalra interconnects Neuropeptide, Galanin and Neurosecretion in the investigation of issues within Appetite. Her research investigates the connection between Orexigenic and topics such as Ultradian rhythm that intersect with issues in Melanocortin.
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Interacting appetite-regulating pathways in the hypothalamic regulation of body weight.
Satya P. Kalra;Michael G. Dube;Shuye Pu;Bin Xu.
Endocrine Reviews (1999)
NEUROPEPTIDE Y AND HUMAN PANCREATIC POLYPEPTIDE STIMULATE FEEDING BEHAVIOR IN RATS
John T. Clark;Pushpa S. Kalra;William R. Crowley;Satya P. Kalra.
Neuropeptide Y secretion increases in the paraventricular nucleus in association with increased appetite for food
Satya P. Kalra;Michael G. Dube;Abhiram Sahu;Christopher P. Phelps.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (1991)
Neural regulation of luteinizing hormone secretion in the rat
Satya P. Kalra;Pushpa S. Kalra.
Endocrine Reviews (1983)
Food deprivation and ingestion induce reciprocal changes in neuropeptide Y concentrations in the paraventricular nucleus
Abhiram Sahu;Pushpa S. Kalra;Satya P. Kalra.
Neuropeptide Y Stimulates Feeding but Inhibits Sexual Behavior in Rats
John T. Clark;Pushpa S. Kalra;Satya P. Kalra.
Food intake elicited by central administration of orexins/hypocretins: identification of hypothalamic sites of action.
Michael G Dube;Satya P Kalra;Pushpa S Kalra.
Brain Research (1999)
Transitory changes in plasma progestins, estradiol, and luteinizing hormone approaching ovulation in the bovine.
J.R. Chenault;W.W. Thatcher;P.S. Kalra;R.M. Abrams.
Journal of Dairy Science (1975)
Nutritional infertility: the role of the interconnected hypothalamic neuropeptide Y-galanin-opioid network.
Satya P. Kalra;Pushpa S. Kalra.
Frontiers in Neuroendocrinology (1996)
Orexins, a novel family of hypothalamic neuropeptides, modulate pituitary luteinizing hormone secretion in an ovarian steroid-dependent manner
Shuye Pu;M. R. Jain;P. S. Kalra;S. P. Kalra.
Regulatory Peptides (1998)
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