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Dr. Jawahar G. Patil

National Centre For Marine Conservation and Resource Sustainability University of Tasmania, Australia

Adjunct Lecturer

Email: jgpatil@utas.edu.au


1996 Ph.D., National University of Singapore, Zoology.

1989 M.F.Sc., College of Fisheries Mangalore, University of Agricultural Sciences Bangalore, Fish Production and Management.

1987 B.F.Sc., College of Fisheries Mangalore, University of Agricultural Sciences Bangalore, Fisheries Science.

Publications (selected)

  1. Santhanagouda, A.H., Patil, J. G. and Nugegouda, D. (2013) Effects of exposure to oestrogenic compounds on aromatase gene expression are gender dependent in the rainbowfish, Melanotaenia fluviatilis. Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology Part C: Toxicology and Pharmacology, 57, 162–171
  2. Thresher, R., Grewe P., Patil J.G., Whyard S., Templeton, C., Chaimongol, A., Hardy C., Hinds L., and Dunham, R. (2009) Development of repressible sterility to prevent the establishment of feral populations of exotic and genetically modified animals. Aquaculture, 290, 104-109.
  3. Patil, J.G. and Gunasekera, R.M. (2008) Tissue and sexually dimorphic expression of ovarian and brain aromatase mRNA in the Japanese medaka (Oryzias latipes): Implications for their preferential roles in ovarian and neural differentiation and development. General and Comparative Endocrinology, 158, 131-137.
  4. Patil, J.G., Hinze, S.J. (2008) Simplex PCR assay for positive identification of genetic sex in the Japanese medaka, Oryzias latipes. Marine Biotechnology, 10, 641-644.
  5. Grewe,P.M., Patil J.G.,McGoldrick, D., Rothlisberg, P., Whyard, S., Hinds, L.,, Hardy, C., Vignarajan, S. and Thresher, R. (2007) Preventing genetic pollution and the establishment of feral populations: A molecular solution. In: Bert T.M., Ed., Ecological and genetic implications of Aquaculture activities, Springer, Dordrecht, The Netherlands, 103-114.
  6. Venkatesh, B., Tay, A., Dandona, N., Patil, J.G. and Brenner, S. (2005) A compact cartilaginous fish model genome. Current Biology 15, 82-83.
  7. Gunasekera, R.M., Patil, J.G., McEnnulty, F.R. and Bax, N. (2005) Specific amplification of mt-COI gene of the invasive gastropod Maoricolpus roseus in planktonic samples reveals a free living larval life history stage. Marine and Freshwater Research. 56, 901-912.
  8. Chen, X., Patil, J.G., Lok, S.H. and Kon, O.L. (2002) Human liver-derived cells stably modified for regulated proinsulin secretion function as bioimplants in vivo. Journal of Gene Medicine, 4, 447-58.
  9. Patil, J.G. and Khoo, H.W. (1996) Nuclear internalization of foreign DNA by zebrafish spermatozoa and its enhancement by electroporation. Journal of Experimental Zoology. 274, 121-129.
  10. Patil, J.G. and Khoo, H.W. 1995. Ultrastructural in situ hybridization and autoradiographic detection of foreign DNA in zebrafish spermatozoa. Biochemistry and Molecular Biology International (IUBMB Life) 35, 965-969.

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