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Name : Dr. Yogesh Karpe

Designation : Scientist – D

Brief Background :

  • Scientist, Agharkar Research Institute, Pune 2014-01-01 to till date
  • DST INSPIRE Faculty: National Institute of Virology, 2012-06-14 to 2013-12-31
  • Postdoctoral Associate, Center for Infectious Diseases and Molecular Medicine, Collage of Veterinary Medicine, Virginia Tech, Blacksburg, VA, USA, 2011-05-25 to 2012-06-12

Contact Details :


  • Ph.D. National Institute of Virology, Year 2012, Field of Study: Virology
  • M.Sc. Department of Zoology, University of Pune, Year 2006, Field of Study: Zoology
  • Replication and pathogenesis of positive sense RNA viruses
  • Novel approaches for development of viral vaccines
  1. Patil R.N and Karpe Y. A.2020. Uncovering the roles of miR-214 in Hepatitis E Virus replication. Journal of Molecular Biology, 432, 5322-5342
  2. Pingle K.D., Kanade G. D., and Karpe Y. A* 2020. Heterogeneous Nuclear Ribonucleoproteins Participate in Hepatitis E Virus Replication. Journal of Molecular Biology. 27;432(7):2369-2387
  3. Kanade GD, Pingale KD, Karpe YA. 2019. Protein Interactions Network of Hepatitis E Virus RNA and Polymerase With Host Proteins. Frontiers in Microbiology. 10:2501
  4. Pingle K.D., Kanade G. D., and Karpe Y. A* 2019. Hepatitis E virus polymerase binds to IFIT1 to protect the viral RNA from IFIT1 mediated translation inhibition. Journal of General. Virology. 100: 471-483
  5. Kanade G. D., Pingale K.D. and Karpe Y. A*. 2018. Activities of Thrombin and Factor Xa are essential for replication of Hepatitis E virus and are possibly implicated in the ORF1 polyprotein processing. Journal of Virology. 92: e1853-17