Prof. Susanta K. Behura
Eck Institute for Global Health
Department of Biological Sciences
University of Notre Dame, USA
Research Assistant Professor
2000 Ph.D., Utkal University, Bhubaneswar, Life Sciences
1994 M.Sc., Guru Nanak Dev University, Biotechnology
1992 B.Sc., Utkal University, Mathematics
SK*, Severson DW. 2013. Association of microsatellite pairs with segmental
duplications in insect genomes. BMC Genomics 14: 907.
Andrews E, Sun L, Behura SK,
Tan J, Zeng E, Severson DW, Duman-Scheel M. 2013. A requirement for
commissureless 2 function during dipteran insect nerve cord development.
Developmental Dynamics 242: 1466-1477.
BW, Behura SK, deBruyn B,
Lovin DD, Mori A, Romero-Severson J, Severson DW. 2013. Highly
compartmentalized and stage-specific transcription during development of the
mosquito Aedes aegypti.
BMC developmental biology 13: 29.
SK*, Singh BK, Severson DW. 2013.
Antagonistic relationships between intron content and codon usage bias of genes
in three mosquito species: Functional and evolutionary implications.
Evolutionary Applications. 6: 1079–1089.
SK, Severson DW. 2013. Overlapping genes of Aedes aegypti: Evolutionary
implications from comparison of orthologs of Anopheles
gambiae and other insects.
BMC Evolutionary Biology 13: 124.
SK*. 2013. Mosquito microbiota and metagenomics, and its relevance to disease
transmission. Biohelikon: Immunity & Diseases 1:1.
Liu B, Behura SK, Clem RJ, Schneemann
A, Becnel J, Severson DW, Zhou L. 2013. P53-mediated rapid induction of
apoptosis conveys resistance to viral infection in Drosophila melanogaster. PLoS
Pathogens 9: e1003137.
SK, Severson DW. 2013.Nucleotide substitutions in dengue virus serotypes from
Asian and American countries: insights into intracodon recombination and
purifying selection. BMC
Microbiology 13: 37.
SK*, Severson DW. 2013. Codon usage bias: causative factors, quantification
methods and genome-wide patterns: with emphasis on insect genomes. Biological Reviews 88: 49-61.
SK*. 2012. Individual analysis of transposon polymorphisms by AFLP. Mobile
Genetic Elements (Ed.Yves Bigot) Series: Methods Mol Biol. 859: 155-167.