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KUMAUN UNIVERSITY, NAINITAL


About the Bioinformatics Centre
 

Programme was sanctioned on 22nd September 2006 with the support of Department of Biotechnology Ministry of Science and Technology Government of India. Infrastructure and other facilities have been Shifted in a new campus of 2467 sq meters, costing Rs 3,15,46000 at Bhimtal inaugurated on 08th January 2010 by our honorable Chief minister comprising of 9 labs,3 lecture theatres, 1 library, 1 auditorium, 1 conference room including one Bioinformatics lab with 52 desktops, two high end servers along with 24 hours Wi-Fi broadband internet, printing and Photostat facility and Scientific Software packages. We are exploring different available Proteomics and Genomics software’s for purchase. Centre has organized various trainings for faculty and research scholars of different Universities. The facility is used exhaustively by all M.Sc. and PhD Life Sciences students & faculty members of the University for carrying out their research smoothly. Subscribed print and online versions of few journals are available for the students and faculty members.
 
Area of Specialization:
  • Plant molecular Biology
  • Microbiology
  • Plant tissue Culture
  • Plant stress Biology
  • Animal biotechnology
  • Cancer Biology
  • Molecular modelling
  • Biological Database
Objectives
  • A systematic characterization of local flora and fauna at molecular level and to develop strategy for its conservation.
  • To develop methods for sustainable exploitation of the aromatic and medicinal plants.
  • Exploring the microbial biodiversity of the region with special emphasis on cold tolerant microbes.
  • Biodiversity and Biotechnological applications of mycorrhizal fungi of Uttarakhand.
  • Evaluation of the Genetic diversity of casts and tribes of Uttarakhand.
  • Develpoment of protocols for in vitro micropropagation of rare, endangered and important forest species of  Central Himalayan region
 
Current area of research
 
  • Strategy formulation of medicinally important herbs of Uttarakhand for their molecular characterization, active principle identification and their possible commercial production.
  • Various aspects of plant microbes interaction including plant growth formation & disease production.
  • Cloning and characterization of genes for cold and drought resistance with respect to different altitudes.
  • In vitro commendation of rare, endangered, and medicinal plants of Uttarakhand.
  • Development of transgenic plants for potential agricultural benefits.
  • In situ germplasm conservation of economically important plant and animal species by establishing a high tech tissue culture lab.
  • Construction of DNA signatures of land races of Kumaun and their neutraceutical analysis.
  • Phylogenetic study of culturable and non-culturable diversity of uttarakhand organic farming land for development of biofertilizers.
  • Phylogenetic study of cultivable diversity of medicinal legumes of Uttarakhand.
Databases/applications developed
  • Database on Ectomycorrhizal diversity of Kumaun region
  •  Database on diversity and status of medicinal plants of Indian Himalaya region- About to complete.
 
Infrastructure facilities
 
Department is having 9 labs,3 lecture theatres, 1 library, 1 auditorium, 1 conference room including one Bioinformatics lab with 52 desktops, two high end servers along with 24 hours Wi-Fi broadband internet, printing and  Photostat facility and Scientific Software packages


About the Institution
 

Biotechnology is multidisciplinary subject with a very vast potential for human development especially in the area of human and animal health, food and nutrition, agricultural and animal sciences, environmental science and many other similar areas. The department of Biotechnology, established in the year 2000 through support from the Department of Biotechnology, Govt. of India, has developed as an important academic centre of Uttarakhand state to impart postgraduate degrees in Biotechnology to science graduates from all over India selected by common entrance examination conducted by J.N.U, New Delhi. The students are offered courses like, Biochemistry, Molecular Biology, Microbiology, Biostatistics, Computer Science, Cell Biology Molecular Genetics, Plant Biotechnology and Immunology. They also undergo training in institutes of repute and are required to undertake a research project in the last semester for partial fulfilment of the requirements for award of M.Sc. Degree. The Department of Biotechnology is having MOU’s with different esteemed Institutions of the Nation like CCMB Hyderabad, PDFMD Mukteshwar, DIBER Haldwani, FRI Dehradun, VIPKAS Almora, NDRI Karnal, NIMR New Delhi ,NBRI Lucknow, NRCPB New Delhi ,DCFR Bhimtal & Sikkim State Council of Science & Technology. DWR Karnal, GBPIHED Kosi katarmal Almora, NRCPB New Delhi MITS Sikar DSR Mau etc. After achieving a milestone in the field of M.Sc. Biotechnology, the department has also initiated Ph.D programme in Biotechnology in 2006 and the teaching of its subsidiary and important branch-Microbiology at post graduate level from 2010. The Passed out students have more than 95% success rate in acquiring fellowships through competitions at National level for PhD in institutes of their choice. Consequently they have secured admission for Doctoral degree in prestigious institutions like CCMB Hyderabad, IISc Banglore NIMHANS Banglore,IVRI izatnagar, NDRI Karnal, IMTECH Chandigarh, ITRC Lucknow, CDRI Lucknow, G.B. Pant University Pantnagar, IIT Roorkee, NCCS Pune, PGI Chandigarh, JNU New Delhi, IGIB new Delhi, ICGEB new Delhi etc. After completing their Ph.D many of them are working as Post Doctoral Scientists in reputed institutes of India and abroad.
 
Achievements at a glance
 
  • Receipient of  DST-FIST – 2012.
  • Listed among top 20 departments by Biospectrum in a National survey
  • Generating trained manpower in the field of biotechnology since one and a half decade.
  • Got several research projects from different funding agencies.
  • The Department of Biotechnology is having MOU’s with different esteemed research Institutions of the Nation.
 
Faculty members

Name

Designation

Email id/phone

Dr. Veena pande

Head & Coordinator

Veena_kumaun@yahoo.co.in
05942-248185

Dr. Sushma Tamta

Associate Professor

sushmatamta@yahoo.com
9412924956

Dr. Tapan Kr. Nailwal

Sr. Assistant Professor

tapannailwal@gmail.com
+91-9412986483

Dr. Rishendra Kumar

Assistant Professor

777rishendra@gmail.com
9457282454              

Dr. Santosh Upadhyay

Assistant Professor

upadhyaysk97@gmail.com

Dr. Mayank Pandey

Teaching Personal

Pandeymayank80@gmail.com
9410168543

Dr. MD Shahbaz Anwar

Teaching Personal

shahbazmicro@gmail.com
9760884568

 

Contacts

Name of the Coordinator

Dr. Veena Pande

Postal Address

Depatment of Biotechnology, KumaunUniversityBhimtalCampus, BhimtalUttrakhand- 263136

Phone Number

(05942) 248042

Fax No.

(05942) 248042

Email

veena_biotech@rediffmail.com, veena_kumaun@yahoo.co.in,

Website

www.kubic.nic.in

 

 

 
Recent publications
Bisht. P.,   . Mohapatra. J. K,   Subramaniam. S.,  Das B.,   Pande. V.,   Biswal. J. K.,   Sharma G. K.,   Rout. M.,   Ranjan. R.,   Dash. B. B.,   Sanyal. A.,   Pattnaik B.,2014 Efficient rescue of foot-and-mouth disease virus in cultured cells transfected with RNA extracted from clinical samples Journal of Virological Methods.196,  65–70.

Pandey.L.K., Mohapatra. J. K,   Subramaniam. S.,   Sanyal. A.,    Pande. V.,  Pattnaik B.,2014. Evolution of serotype A foot-and-mouth disease virus capsid under neutralizing antibody pressure in vitro. Virus Research.

Anwar, M.S., Siddiqui, M.T, Verma, A. Ansari, M.W,Nailwal, T.K.  Pande, V. 2013. Multitrait plant growth promoting (PGP)rhizobacteria isolated from brassica juncea rhizosphere:Keratin degradation and plent growth promotion.Communicative and Integrative Biology

Jain N.and Pande V 2013 Diversity Analysis Of Ectomycorrhizal Genus Russula Using RAPD Markers. Octa Journal of Environmental Research

Chauhan K., Pande,V., Das, A., 2013 Analyses of genetic variations at microsatellite loci present in-and-around the Pfcrt gene in Indian Plasmodium falciparum. Infection, Genetics and Evolution. 20:476-487.

Jain, N., Malik, R.,  Pande. V.,  Kumar,R. , and Verma,  R., P., S.,.  2013 Identification of genomic regions associated with leaf blight resistance in barley. International Journal of Advanced Biotechnology and  Research.

 

Anwar M.S., Rana. V.R.S., Pande. V., 2013 Isolation screening and characterization of Bacillus cereus and Entobacter asburiae isolated from rhizospheric soils of Uttarakhand for different plant growth promotion (PGP) activities: an invitro study. Pnatnagar Journalof research.

 

Gupta P., Pande V., Eapen Alex., Singh V., 2013 Genotyping of MSP3β gene in Indian Plasmodium vivax. Pp-197-201.

Goel.A., Bhanja.S.K., Pande.V., Mehra.M., and Mandal .A . 2013 Effects of in ovo administration of vitamins on post hatch-rowth,immunocompetence and blood biochemical profiles of broiler chickens. Indian Journal of Animal Sciences 83 (9): 916–921.

Singh. C., Singh. S., Pande. C., Tewari. G., Pande. V., and Sharma.P.,2013 Exploration of antimicrobial potential of essential oils of Cinnamomum glanduliferum, Feronia elephantum, Bupleurum hamiltonii and Cyclospermum leptophyllum against foodborne pathogens. Pharmaceutical Biology. 1-4.

Ojha. S.N., Negi. K.S., Tiwari. L.M., Mehta.P.S. , Rana.J.C., Pande. V., Sharma. S., and Panwar. A, 2013  Variation in essential oil composition and anti-microbial activity of Indian Oregano (Origanum vulgare L.) population from Indian Himalayan Region (IHR). Journal of medicinal plant research.

Sati J, Sah S,  Ali S, Sahoo PK, Pande V and Barat A (2013)  Phylogenetic  relationship and molecular identification of five Indian Mahseer species ( Family: Cyprinidae)  using COI sequence (Bar -codes).  Journal of Environmental Biology. Manuscript ID-141 (In press).

Singh. D., Mathela, C., Panwar, A.,Pande, V., (2013) Antioxidant and Antimicrobial activity of Grangea Maderaspatana (L) Poir. Extract. Journal of drug Discovery and therapeutics (1), 46-52.

Goel, C.,Barat, A.,Pande, V. and Sahoo, P.K. 2013. Comparative in silico analysis of MBL homologues of teleost. World Journal of fish and marine Sciences. 5(4): 426-429.

Jain N.and Pande V.2013 Antimicrobial activity of Ectomycorrhizal species Russula delica and Scleroderma areolatum. Indian Journal of  Applied Microbiology.

 

Midhha, S.K. Usha T, Pande.V. 2013. A review on anti-hyperglycemic and anti-hepatoprotective activity of eco-friendly Punica granatum peel waste. Evidence-Based Complementary and Alternative Medicine Volume 2013 (2013), Article ID 656172, 10 pages

Midhha, S.K. Usha T, Pande.V. 2013 "HPLC evaluation of phenolic profile, nutritive content and antioxidant capacity of extracts obtained from Punica granatum fruit peel. Advances in Pharmacological Research.

 

Amir . A.,., Arif. M Pande.V. 2013 Purification and characterization of xylanase from Aspergillus fumigatus isolated from soil. African Journal of Biotechnology. 12(20), pp. 3049-3057.

 

Khan,N.,Pande,V., Das,A .2013. NAT2 sequence polymorphisms and acetylation profiles in Indians. Pharmacogenomics 14(3), 289–303.

 

Khan,N., Chittoria, A., Pande,V., Jaiswal.Y.K., Das,A.2012. Development of multilocus putatively neutral DNA markers in theX-chromosome for population genetic studies in humans. Annals of Human Biology. 1–9

 

Siddiqui. M.A., Pande.V., Arif. M.2013. Polygalacturonase production from Rhizomucor pusillus isolated from fruit markets of Uttar Pradesh. African Journal of Microbiology Research.7(3) 252-259.

 

Jugran. A.,Bhatt.I.D., Rawal. R.S., Nandi. S.K., Pande. V.,2013. Patterns of morphological and genetic diversity of Valeriana jatamansi Jones in different habitats and altitudinal range of West Himalaya, India. Flora 208 (2013) 13– 21.

Siddiqui. M.A., Pande.V., Arif. M. 2012. Production, Purification, and Characterization ofPolygalacturonase from Rhizomucor pusillus Isolated fromDecomposting Orange Peels.Enzyme Research. doi:10.1155/2012/138634

Kumar, N., Singh, J, P,N., Pande, V., Mishra, N. , Srivastava, B., Valecha, N., Anvikar, A,R., Kapoor, R., 2012 Genetic variation in histidine rich proteins amongIndian Plasmodium falciparum population:possible cause of variable sensitivity of malariarapid diagnostic tests. Malaria Journal. 11:298.

 

Kumar, N., Pande, V.,Bhatt, R, M.,Shah, N, K., Mishra, N. , Srivastava, B., Valecha, N., Anvikar, A,R., 2012 Genetic deletion of HRP2 and HRP3 in Indian Plasmodium falciparum populationand false negative malaria rapid diagnostic test. Acta tropica.

 

Aslam, M., Singh, R.,Sivalingam,A, Pande,V.and Ahmed  ,Z.2012Isolation and characterization of cold responsive NAC gene from Lepidium latifolium. Accepted in Molecular Biology Reports (MOLE)

 

Pande, V. Pandey, M. Sharma, N.K. Lohani, Y.C and Midhha, S.K. 2012 Ectomychorrizal DB: A Symbiotic Association database Bioinformation. 8(2): 104-106.

Giri,L. , Praveen Dhyania,P.,  Rawat,S.  Bhatta,I.D,  Nandi,S.K.,. Rawal,S.R., &  Pande,V. 2012 In vitro production of phenolic compounds and antioxidant activity in callus suspension  cultures of Habenaria edgeworthii: A rare Himalayan medicinal orchid Industrial Crops and Products . Springer 39 (2012) 1– 6

 

Singh. R., Singh. M.k., Chandra.L.R., Bhatt.D., Arora. M.S., Nailwal. T.K. , Pande.V. 2012. In vitro antioxidant and free radical scavenging of Macrotyloma uniflorum dal from Kumaun region. Int. J. Fundam appl Sci. 1(I), 9-11.

 

Molecular Ecology Resources Primer Development Consortium, A’HARA, S. W., AMOUROUX, P., ARGO, E. E., AVAND-FAGHIH, A., BARAT, A., BARBIERI, L., BERT, T. M., BLATRIX, R., BLIN, A., BOUKTILA, D., BROOME, A., BURBAN, C., CAPDEVIELLE-DULAC, C., CASSE, N., CHANDRA, S., CHO, K. J., COTTRELL, J. E., CRAWFORD, C. R., DAVIS, M. C., DELATTE, H., DESNEUX, N., DJIETO-LORDON, C., DUBOIS, M. P., EL-MERGAWY, R. A. A. M., GALLARDO-ESCÁRATE, C., GARCIA, M., GARDINER, M. M., GUILLEMAUD, T., HAYE, P. A., HELLEMANS, B., HINRICHSEN, P., JEON, J. H., KERDELHUÉ, C., KHARRAT, I., KIM, K. H., KIM, Y. Y., KWAN, Y.-S., LABBE, E. M., LaHOOD, E., LEE, K. M., LEE, W.-O., LEE, Y.-H., LEGOFF, I., LI, H., LIN, C.-P., LIU, S. S., LIU, Y. G., LONG, D., MAES, G. E., MAGNOUX, E., MAHANTA, P. C., MAKNI, H., MAKNI, M., MALAUSA, T., MATURA, R., McKEY, D., MCMILLEN-JACKSON, A. L., MÉNDEZ, M. A., MEZGHANI-KHEMAKHEM, M., MICHEL, A. P., PAUL, M., MURIEL-CUNHA, J., NIBOUCHE, S., NORMAND, F., PALKOVACS, E. P., PANDE, V., PARMENTIER, K., PECCOUD, J., PIATSCHECK, F., PUCHULUTEGUI, C., RAMOS, R., RAVEST, G., RICHNER, H., ROBBENS, J., ROCHAT, D., ROUSSELET, J., SALADIN, V., SAUVE, M., SCHLEI, O., SCHULTZ, T. F., SCOBIE, A. R., SEGOVIA, N. I., SEYOUM, S., SILVAIN, J.-F., TABONE, E., VAN HOUDT, J. K. J., VANDAMME, S. G., VOLCKAERT, F. A. M., WENBURG, J., WILLIS, T. V., WON, Y.-J., YE, N. H., ZHANG, W. and ZHANG, Y. X. (2012) Permanent Genetic Resources added to Molecular Ecology Resources Database 1 August 2011–30 September 2011. Molecular Ecology Resources, 12: 185–189. doi: 10.1111/j.1755-0998.2011.03088.x

Amir . A., Pande.V., Arif. M. 2011. Isolation and production of xylanase by a local fungal isolate, via solid state fermentation using wheat bran as substrate. Biochem. Cell. Arch.11(2).361-365.

 

Siddiqui. M.A., Pande.V., Arif. M. 2011. Polygalactouranose production by Rhizomucor pusilis isolated from decomposting orange peels. . Biochem. Cell. Arch.11(2). 381-287.

 

 

Goel C.,Barat ,A.,pande,V.Ali,S.and Kumar,R.2011 Length-weight relationshipof snow Trout(Schizothorax richardsonii)based on linear and nonlinear models fromhill stream of Uttarakhand,India . World Journal of Fish and Marine Science (WJFMS). 3(6): 485-488

 

Bhattacharjee, B, Talambedu, U., Sadegh, S., Goyal, A.K.PandeV., Nagaveni, M.B., Patil, V.M,Joshi, J.and Middha, S.K. 2011 Computer aided screening of inhibitors to 5-α. reductase type 2 for prostate cancer Bioinformation 6(7) 262-265

 

Khan,N.,Pande,V.and Das,A.2011Characterization, comparative genomics,and evolutionary inferences of a human drug     Metabolizing (NAT2) gene Interventional Medicine & Applied               Science. 3 (2): 65–73

 

 

Sah, S., Barat,A., Pande,V., Sati,J., and  Goel,C.2011. Population Structure of Indian Hill Trout (Barilius bendelisis) Inferred from Variation in Mitochondrial Dna Sequences., Advances in Biological Research 5 (2): 93-98.

 

Singh, R.K.,Ananndhan,S.,Pande,V.and Ahmed,Z.2010 .Metallothionin like gene from Cicer microphyllum is regulated by multiple abiotic stress Protoplasma,Springer.1-9

 

Gupta,N.,Rathore,M.,Goyary,D.,Pande,V.and Ahmed,Z.2010 .Enhancing cold tolerance in cucumber cv. Poinsett by co-transformation using CBF1 gene. Biologia (Accepted)

 

Asad,A.,Asif, Asif,Siddique,M Arif,M.and Pande,V.2010.Isolation and screening of xylanase producing Aspergillus sp.from soil., The Scientific Temper, 1: 85-88.

 

Asif,Siddique,M.,Asad,A.Arif,M.and Pande,V.2010.Screening of pectinase producing thermophilic Mucor sp .isolated from decomposting fruits ans vegetablesThe Scientific Temper, 1: 75-78.

 

Pande,V.and Pande,M.2010.Molecular diversity of ectomycorrhizal    fungi of central Himalaya:An important component of forest ecosystem. The Scientific Temper, 1: 21-26

 

Bisht,D.S.,Padalia,R.C.,Singh,L.Pande,V.and Methela,C.S2010 .Constituents and antimicrobial activity of essentisl oils of six Himalayan Nepeta species. The Journal of Serbian Chemical Society.75(6)739-747

 

Giri D and Tamta S (2010). A General Account on Traditional Medicinal Uses of Dactylorhiza hatagirea (D. Don) Soo. New York Science Journal 3 (2): 78-79.

Giri D and Tamta S (2010) Combined effect of PGRs and soil facilitate early flowering of an endangered alpine orchid Dactylorhiza hatagirea at lower elevation. Current Science 99(1):21-23. (IF:0.567)

Manhas S, Tamta S, Giri D and Pandey A (2010) In vitro seed germination study in Berberis chitria. Oaks.6:8-11.

Pandey A, Tamta S and  Giri D. (2010) Oak (Quercus): An important tree species of Himalaya. Oaks.6:20-22.

Giri D and Tamta S and Pandey A (2010) A review account on medicinal value of Hedychium spicatum Buch ex Sm: Vulnerable medicinal plant. Journal of Medicinal Plants Research. 4(25):2773-2777.

Pandey A, Tamta S and  Giri D. (2011) Role of auxin on adventitious root formation and subsequent growth of cutting raised plantlets of Ginkgo biloba L. International Journal of Biodiversity and Conservation. 3(4):142-146.

 Giri D and Tamta S (2011) Effect of plant growth regulators (PGRs) on micropropagation of a vaulnerable and high value medicinal plant Hedychium spicatum. African Journal of Biotechnology. 10(20): 4040-4045. (IF:0.567)

 Pandey A, Negi D., Giri D and Tamta S (2011) In vitro seed germination study in Citrus sinensis. Oaks.7:52-55.

Giri D., Pandey A. and Tamta S (2011) Major milestones in plant tissue culture. Oaks.7: 58-60.

Giri D and Tamta S (2012) Propagation and Conservation  of Dactylorhiza hatagirea (D. Don) Soo, an endangered alpine orchid. African Journal of Biotechnology. 11(62):12586-12594. (IF:0.567)

Pandey A, Tamta S (2012)  Influence of kinetin on in vitro rooting and survival of banj oak (Quercus leucotrichophora L.). African Journal of Biotechnology. 11(62):12538-12545. (IF:0.567)

Giri D, Tamta S  (2012) Effect of  pre-sowing treatments on seed germination in Hedychium spicatum: An important vulnerable medicinal plant of Indian Himalayan region. Scientific Research and Essays 7(19):1835-1839. (IF:0.43)

 Brijwal L., Pandey A, Tamta S (2013)  An overview on phytomedicinal approaches of zanthoxylum armatum DC.:An important magical medicinal plant. Accepted in Journal of Medicinal Plants Research Vol. x(xx), pp. xxx-xxx xx xxxx, DOI:10.5897/JMPR012.743 ISSN 1996-0875 ©2013      

Chirag Goel, Pankaj Verma, Naseer Ahmad, Tapan K. Nailwal. Molecular characterization of the Nettle Plant Urtica parviflora based on RAPD marker. (2011). J. of pharmaceutical and biomedical sciences. 5(21)

 Nailwal S, Sharma S, Garg, S. and Nailwal T. (2013). Physico-chemical characterization of algal oil (oilgae) of Kumaun Himalayan origin for potential biofuel application. J Applied Phytotechnology in Environ Sanitation. (Accepted).

 Singh L, Nailwal T K, Tewari L (2013) An in Vitro Approach for the Conservation of Meizotropis pellita: An Endangered and Endemic Plant. American Journal of Plant Sciences 4:1233-1240.

 Nailwal S and Nailwal T K (2013) Evaluation of Antioxidant Capacity and Total Phenolic Content of Selected Microalgae of Kumaun Himalayan Region. International Journal of Pharma and Bio Sciences: 4(3) 344- 355.

Rishendra Kumar, Dinesh C. Pathak, Dharmendra Khokhar and A. K. Gaur (2012) δ1- Pyrroline 5-Carboxylic Acid Synthetase (P5CS) & Ornithine Amino Transferase (OAT) in rice (Oryza sativa) callus culture to understand fragrance biosynthesis. Pantnagar Journal of Research 10(2): 217-221.

Upadhyay SK, Jha HC,  Aj MP, Lu J, Cai Q, Saha A, Robertson ES. 2013. H2AX phosphorylation is important for LANA mediated KSHV episome persistence. J. Virol. (PMID 23449797)

A. Saha, J. Lu, L. Morizur, S. K.  Upadhyay, M. Prasad, E.S. Robertson. 2012. E2F1 mediated apoptosis induced by the DNA damage response is blocked by EBV Nuclear Antigen 3C in lymphoblastoid cells. PLoS Pathog. 2012, 8 (3): e1002573.

Q. Cai, B. Xiao, H. Si, A. Cervini, J. Gao, J. Lu, S. K.  Upadhyay, S.C. Verma, E.S. Robertson. 2012. Kaposi's sarcoma herpesvirus upregulates Aurora A expression to promote p53 phosphorylation and ubiquitylation. PLoS Pathog. 2012, 8 (3): e1002566.

A. Saha, S.  Halder, S. K.  Upadhyay, J. Lu, P. Kumar, M. Murakami, Q. Cai, E.S. Robertson. 2011. Epstein-Barr virus nuclear antigen 3C facilitates G1-S transition by stabilizing and enhancing the function of cyclin D1. PLoS Pathog. 2011, 7(2):e1001275.

S.K. Upadhyay, P. Gautam, H. Pandit, Y. Singh, S.F. Basir, T. Madan. 2011. Identification of Fibrinogen-binding proteins of Aspergillus fumigatus using proteomic approach. Mycopathologia. PMID: 21870122.

S.K. Upadhyay *, P. Gautam *, W. Hassan, T. Madan, R. Sirdeshmukh, C.S. Sundaram, W.N. Gade, S.F. Basir, Y. Singh, P.U. Sarma. 2011. Transcriptomic and proteomic profile of Aspergillus fumigatus on exposure to artemisinin. Mycopathologia. 172(5):331-46. *Equal contribution

Bahuguna RN, Joshi R, Shukla A, Pandey M, Kumar J.2012. Thiamine primed defense provides reliable alternative to systemic fungicide carbendazim against sheath blight disease in rice (Oryza sativa L.). Plant Physiology and Biochemistry  2012 Vol  57 159.

Verma, A., Ansari, M.W., Anwar, M.S., Agarwal, R., Agarwal, S., 2013. Alkaline Protease from Thermoactinomyces sp. RS1 mitigates industrial pollution. Protoplasma, manuscript number PROT-D-13-00128R2 (Manuscript Accepted).

Anwar, M.S., Negi, H., Zaidi, M.G.H, A., Gupta, S., Goel, R. 2013. Biodeterioration studies of thermoplastics in nature using indigenous bacterial consortia. Brazilian Archieves of Biology and Technology, 56 (3):475-484

Anwar, M.S. 2012.Isolation and Characterization of Phosphate Solubilizing Microorganism, Research Journal of Agricultural Sciences, 3(2): 336-340

Sah, A.,  Negi, H., Kapri, A., Anwar, M. S., Goel, R. 2011.Comparative shelf life and efficacy of LDPE and PVC degrading bacterial consortia under bioformulation, EKOLOGIJA,  T. 57. Nr. 2. P. 55–61.

Anwan, M.S., 2012. Plant Growth Promoting Microbe: A Functional Evaluation. LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing ISBN-13: 978-3-659-25396-6, ISBN-10: 3659253960 EAN: 9783659253966, P.  76

 
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