School of Biotechnology
The School of Biotechnology is located in a state of the art building which incorporates both teaching and research facilities. The entire school building, including the lecture halls, teaching and research laboratories and school library are centrally air-conditioned and equipped with round the clock internet connectivity. Students here are educated in classical as well as modern biotechnology using the latest pedagogy techniques and also provided opportunity of hands on laboratory training. Biotechnology combines disciplines like genetics, molecular biology, biochemistry, microbiology, immunology and cell biology, which are in turn linked to practical disciplines like chemical engineering, information technology and biorobotics.
The School of Biotechnology emphasizes on Biotechnology education programme with an impetus to generate a workforce that could turn into a substantially trainedpool to meet the countrys demands. The school is dedicated to provide quality service through teamwork, partnerships and developing team and individual strengths. Patenting of innovations, technology transfer to industries and close interaction with them have given a new direction to Biotechnology research in the world today. The School is an active centre of basic and applied research and aims to achieve a balance of pure basic, strategic basic, applied and experimental development research.
This is the century of “Biotechnology”. As a multidisciplinary applied science, Biotechnology is to utilize tools and techniques of biology for human welfare. The primary aim of modern Biotechnology is to make a living cell perform a specific useful task in predictable and controllable way.
Gautam Buddha University has started offering post graduates courses in ‘Genetic Engineering’, in ‘Bioinformatics’ and ‘Food technology’ under the School of Biotechnology. These courses in Biotechnology intends to supply both basic and advanced knowledge of biological systems and the technological competence to allow the graduate to carry out research and development activities in the numerous fields of Biotechnology, especially in medical and pharmaceutical sectors. Genetic engineering and Bioinformatics have a key role to play in the cutting edge of research and development area such as functional genomics, proteomics, protein engineering, metabolic pathway engineering, discoveries of new drugs and vaccines, molecular diagnostic kits etc. Food technology, new emerging area of Biotechnology, holds the promise of providing surplus and healthier food products.
Here in School of Biotechnology, GBU, we offer a science and technology oriented course structure aimed to bridge the gap between academics and escalating demand for skilled personnel in the rapidly growing Biotechnology industry. The biotech industry is growing at an accelerated rate by launching number of companies. Thus the entry of corporate sector into Biotechnology makes career prospects in this field bright.
In the School of Biotechnology, we bring together highly talented, innovative and well groomed faculty with specialization in diverse fields ranging from various basic to advanced aspects of Biotechnology. Our faculty includes skilled personnel with excellent research experience from renowned universities and institutes of India and abroad. These faculty members motivate students to work in collaborative environment. The faculty is imbued with a sense of deep commitment and is capable of imparting state of art education. They work hard to inculcate scientific ethics, morality and inquisitiveness.
The school offers various programmes at different entry levels finally aimed to confer the degree of Master of Technology (M. Tech) in Biotechnology with specializations in the areas of Genetic engineering and Bioinformatics.
We have started our programme with the objective of generating work force that could turn into a substantially trained manpower to meet the existing and future global demands. The school is equipped with state of art laboratories and a curriculum tailored to suit the needs of various sectors of economy. The programme curricula combine a strong theoretical background coupled with practical experience in laboratory with a view to achieve their optimum potential as researcher. The foundation thus laid enables students to enhance their learning capability and adapt themselves to the fast scientific development in the world. We strive to keep our students updated with ongoing progress in frontier areas of Biotechnology. Our vision is to make School of Biotechnology a truly academic and research and development center providing the balanced combination of teaching and research fused with power of innovation.
Dr. Seema Dwivedi
Dean (I/C), School of Biotechnology
Board of Studies
Dr. Seema Dwivedi
Dean (I/C) & Associate Professor
School of Biotechnology
Gautam Buddha University
Dr. Bhupendra Chaudhary
Head of the Department
School of Biotechnology
Gautam Buddha University
Dr. Md. Tashfeen Ashraf
School of Biotechnology
Gautam Buddha University
Programme | SOBT
|S.No.||Program Name||Course Structure/Syllabus||Course Contents|
|1.||Integrated B.Tech.- M.Tech./MBA||Course Structure||Course Content|
|2.||M.Tech. Biotech. (Two years programme)||Course Structure||Course Content|
|3.||M.Sc. Biotech. (Two years programme)||Course Structure||Course Content|
|4.||Ph.D. (Biotechnology)||Course Structure||Course Content|
Departments | SOBT
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Directory | SOBT
|Name||Phone No.||Ext. No.|
|Dr. Seema Dwivedi||0120-2344282||4282|
|Dr. Bhupendra Chaudhary||0120-2344274||4274|
|Dr. Jai Prakash Muyal||0120-2344273||4273|
|Dr. Gunjan Garg||0120-2344272||4272|
|Dr. Md. Tashfeen Ashraf||0120-2344285||4285|
|Dr. Vikrant Nain||0120-2344283||4283|
|Dr. Shakti Sahi||0120-2344275||4275|
|Dr. Siya Ram||0120-2344284||4284|
|Dr. Jitendra Singh Rathore||0120-2344286||4286|
|Dr. Rekha Puria||0120-2344276||4276|
|Dr. Nagendra Singh||0120-2344277||4277|
|Dr. Bhaswati Banerjee||0120-2344287||4287|
|Dr. Vishwas Tripathi||0120-2344288||4288|
|Dr. Barkha Singhal||0120-2344290||4290|
|Dr. Sachin Teotia||0120-2344279||4279|
|Dr. Imteyaz Qamar||0120-2344280||4280|
|Dr. Deepali Singh||0120-2344281||4281|
Achievement | SOBT
National Conference on “Development and advancement in conservation, propagation and sustainable utilization of medicinal plants (DSUMP 2017)” funded by Ministry of Ayush, Govt. of India was successfully organized School of Biotechnology in January 2017, which had participations from many eminent scientists and academicians of India.
1st Alumni Meet of School of Biotechnology was organized in April 2017
Industry-Academia Meet, 2016 was conducted in School of Biotechnology in April 2016
Workshop on Intellectual Property & Innovation Management in Knowledge Era was organized by School of Biotechnology in collaboration with National Research Development Corporation (NRDC), New Delhi in March 2016
Success stories of our students:
As a result of the rigorous academic training and exposure that students obtain here at School of Biotechnology, their performance at national and global platforms has been consistently outstanding. Some of the significant achievements are highlighted below:
A. International recognitions and fellowships:
i. Khorana Fellowship: Ms Jyotsna Mishra (2011 Batch) made the commendable achievement of being the first student from GBU who was selected for the prestigious Indo-US Khorana Fellowship through the Khorana & S.N. Bose Program (2015)
ii. Dissertations: Ms. Akansha Trivedi (2013 Batch) and Mr. Abhishek Kumar (2012 Batch) were selected for carrying out their M. Tech. dissertations at NMBU, Oslo, Norway (2016) and Institut de Biologie de Lillie CNRS, France (2017) respectively.
iii. GRE: Mr. Abhishek Kumar (2012 Batch), Mr. Ashwani Kumar Rai (2012 Batch) Ms. Jyotsna Mishra (2011 Batch) have cleared GRE and TOEFL examinations (2016) with good scores and have been selected as PhD scholars in reputed universities of USA and Europe
B. Students selected for International Doctoral Programs
i. Ms. Jyotsna Mishra awarded Ph.D fellowship from University of Wisconsin, USA. (2017)
ii. Mr. Ashwani Rai awarded Ph.D fellowship from Lusiana State University USA. (2017)
iii. Mr. Abhishek awarded Ph.D fellowship from Institut de biologie de Lillie,CNRS France. (2017)
iv. Mr. Vimal Kumar,awarded Ph.D fellowship from Hallam University, South Korea (2017)
v. Ms. Sahar Waseem awarded Ph.D fellowship from Hormone Research Centre, Chonnam National University, South Korea. (2015)
vi. Ms. PraptiPrakash awarded Ph.D fellowship from University of Science & Technology, Daejeon, South Korea. (2014)
vii. Mr. SushantSadotra awarded Ph.D fellowship from Taipe, Taiwan. (2013)
viii. Ms. Preety Bajwa awarded Ph.D fellowship from New Castle University, Australia. (2013)
ix. Mr. Samir Giri awarded Ph.D fellowship from Max Planck institute for chemical ecology, Germany. (2012)
C. National recognitions and fellowships:
Many of our students have successfully qualified for the prestigious national fellowships such as GATE, JRF/NET fellowships sponsored by CSIR, ICMR etc.
1. SoBT students holding Research Fellowships
i. Dr. Neelima Rathi: Awarded Post Doctoral Fellowship for Women by UGC, India. (2015-2020)
ii. Dr. Mala Mishra
iii. Mr. Amit Sharma: Awarded CSIR-Senior Research Fellowship, 2017
iv. Ms. Suman: Awarded CSIR-Senior Research Fellowship, 2017
iv Mr. Avneesh Dwivedi: Awarded ICMR-Senior Research Fellowship, 2017
v. Ms. Tripti Singh: Awarded Rajiv Gandhi National Fellowship for Scheduled Caste Students (NFSC)-2017.
vi. Mr. Jogendra Singh Nim: Awarded Rajiv Gandhi National Fellowship for Scheduled Caste Students (NFSC)-2017.
vii. Ms. Anjana: Awarded Rajiv Gandhi National Fellowship for Scheduled Caste Students (NFSC)-2016
2. CSIR/UGC NET-LS Qualified students from SoBT:
i. Ms. IshaTyagi, NET-JRF, CSIR 2012
ii. DhananjayPandey, NET-JRF, CSIR 2013
iii. Ms. Swati Uniyal, NET-LS, CSIR 2014
iv. Twinkle Sanchan, NET-LS, CSIR 2014
v. Ms. Lucky Singh, NET-JRF, CSIR 2014
vi. Abhay Kumar, NET-JRF, CSIR 2014
vii. SarjanKapoor, NET-LS, CSIR 2015
viii. Ms. SaharWaseem, NET-JRF, CSIR 2015
ix. Ms. NeelimaChaudhary, NET-LS, CSIR 2015
x. Ms. Medha Sharma, NET-JRF, CSIR 2015
xi. Ms. Tarang Gaur, NET-LS, CSIR 2015
xii. Ms. KirtiTyagi, DBT-JRF 2015
xiii. Ms. HeenaGautam, NET-LS, CSIR 2015
xiv.Rahul Yadav, UGC-NET 2015
xv.Saddam Hussain, NET-JRF, CSIR 2016
xvi. Piyanshu Singh, DBT-JRF 2017
xvii. Varun Kumar, DBT-JRF
xviii. Hritika Sharma, NET-LS &
3. GATE Qualified students from SoBT:
i. Dhananjay v Pandey, GATE 2012
ii. Anshuman Chandra, GATE 2015
iii. ShatakshiPunia,GATE 2015
iv. ShaliniSoni, GATE 2015
v. Akash Saraswati GATE 2015, 2016, 2017
vi. GayatriKaur, GATE 2016
vii. Himalaya Singh, GATE 2016
viii. Pratap Chandra, GATE 2016
ix. Puneet Kumar, GATE 2016
x. Nawaz, GATE 2016
xi. Manish Singh, GATE 2017
xii. Hritika Sharma, GATE2013
xiii. Arti Singh GATE 2017
xiv. imanshu GATE 2017
xv. Akshay Prakask GATE 2017
xvi. Prashant Kumar GATE 2017
ii. Dissertations: Over the past couple of years many meritorious students from SoBT have been selected for carrying out M. Tech. dissertations and/or short term training projects in several reputed institutes like NCCS, Pune; CCMB, Hyderabad; RCB, Faridabad; ICPO, Noida; ICAR, Ludhiana; INMAS, DRDO; DIPAS, DRDO; IIT-Gandhinagar, Gujarat; FRI, Dehradun; IISER, Bhopal; ICGEB, New Delhi and so on
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Placements | SOBT
Placement in School of Biotechnology
The School of Biotechnology strives to ensure good placement of its students by adopting a curriculum that enriches and encourages its students to go for higher education and research. It also imparts them with the appropriate knowledge and skills to make them industry-ready and competent for Biotechnology sector.
After completing their post graduate studies, most of the students of School of Biotechnology either opt for higher studies like PhD and research projects or join Biotech/other companies. Based on the information available:
• Several students of our school have been placed in various organizations of high repute all over India e.g. Biocon, Daiichi Sankyo India, Zydus Cadila, Panacea, Johnson & Johnson, Zyme Pharmaceuticals, Alere Medical, Genetix Asia, Patanjali, Wrig Nanosystems, IDS Infotech, Bioglobe Research Solutions etc.
• Some of our students are also pursuing PhD programs in esteemed Indian Universities and research institutes e.g., IIT Delhi, IIT Guwahati, NIPGR, IARI (PUSA), TERI, NIFTM, DRDO, NSIT, Pant Nagar University, Nirma University etc.
• A few of our students have also been selected in PhD programs outside India including C.N.U, South Korea; Max Planck Institute of Chemical Ecology, Germany; New Castle University, Australia and Louisiana State University, USA.
• Some of the students have also joined as research fellows in sponsored research projects in different Indian institutes while some of them have joined as Faculty in various colleges.
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Faculty | SOBT
PhD (2010), Cell and Molecular Biology, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi, India
Area of Teaching: Genetic Engineering, RDT, Molecular Biology, Cell Biology
Plant Genomics and Biotechnology
PhD (2005) University of Delhi South Campus, New Delhi
Genetics and Genomics, Molecular Biology, Virology
M.Phil. , Ph. D
Plant and Stress Physiology, Biochemistry, Plant tissue culture, Cell and molecular biology, Intermediate Metabolism
Ph.D., Hormone Research Centre, School of Biological Science & Technology,Chonnam National University, South Korea
PhD (2006) Human Biology, Justus Leibig Univeristy, Giessen, GERMANY
Animal Biotechnology, Molecular Biology, Genomics, Cell Biology.
PhD(2010) Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) and International Centre for Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology, New Delhi , India
Biochemistry, Biophysics, Bioprocess Engineering
Structure Biology, Biochemistry, Biomolecules, Proteomics, Bioanalytical Techniques, Protein Engineering
PhD Institute of Microbial Technology, chandigarh
Molecular Microbiology, Microbial biotechnology, Genomics, Cell & mol bio
PhD (2002) Molecular Modeling & Drug Design
Computational Biology, Drug Design
PhD (Feb. 2009), Biochemistry, Industrial Toxicology Research Centre, Lucknow + Dr. RML Avadh University
Recombinant DNA technology
Field of teaching - Immunology & Medical Biotechnology, Research Area- Cancer Biology & Expression and Signalling study of co receptors of HIV
Research and Publications | SOBT
Research Profiles | SOBT
|Title||Name of Faculty||Designation|
|Dr.||Seema Dwivedi||Dean (I/C) and Associate Professor|
|Dr.||Gunjan Garg||Assistant Professor|
|Dr.||Jai Prakash Muyal||Assistant Professor|
|Dr.||Shakti Sahi||Assistant Professor|
|Dr.||Bhupendra Chaudhary||Assistant Professor|
|Dr.||Rekha Puria||Assistant Professor|
|Dr.||Nagendra Singh||Assistant Professor|
|Dr.||Imteyaz Qamar||Assistant Professor|
|Dr.||Deepali Singh||Assistant Professor|
|Dr.||Mohd. Tashfeen Ashraf||Assistant Professor|
|Dr.||Siya Ram||Assistant Professor|
|Dr.||Vikrant Nain||Assistant Professor|
|Dr.||Jitendra Singh Rathore||Assistant Professor|
|Dr.||Vishwas Tripathi||Assistant Professor|
|Dr.||Barkha Singhal||Assistant Professor|
|Dr.||Bhaswati Banerjee||Assistant Professor|
|Dr.||Navin Kumar||Assistant Professor|
Research Publications | SOBT
Publications in 2020
- Ankita Awasthi, Vikrant Nain, CV Srikanth, Rekha Puria. A regulatory circuit between lncRNA and TOR directs amino acid uptake in yeast. Biochimica et Biophysica Acta (BBA) - Molecular Cell Research, Feb 2020
- Khuman A., Arora S., Makkar H., Patel A. and Chaudhary B. (2020) Extensive intragenic divergences amongst ancient WRKY transcription factor gene family is largely associated with their functional diversity in plants. Plant Gene (in press)
- Suman, Ahmad Y, Nain V. A convenient and robust protocol for preparation of ODAP-free Lathyrus sativus protein. Analytical Biochemistry 591: 2020
- Yadav M, Rathore JS. The hipBA(Xn) operon from Xenorhabdus nematophila functions as a bonafide toxin-antitoxin module. Appl Microbiol Biotechnol. 2020 Feb 11. doi: 10.1007/s00253-020-10441-1. [Epub ahead of print] PubMed PMID: 32043192.
- Suman, Chaudhary M, Nain V. In silico identification and evaluation of Bacillus subtilis cold shock protein B (cspB)-like plant RNA chaperones. J Biomol Struct Dyn. 2020 Feb 12:1-10. doi: 10.1080/07391102.2020.1719198. [Epub ahead of print] PubMed PMID: 31959085.
Publications in 2019
- Arora S, Pandey DK, Chaudhary B. Target-mimicry based diminution of miRNA167 reinforced flowering-time phenotypes in tobacco via spatial-transcriptional biases of flowering-associated miRNAs. Gene 682: 67-80, 2019
- Goyal N, Chandra A, Qamar I, Singh N. Structural studies on dihydrouridine synthase A (DusA) from Pseudomonas aeruginosa. Int J BiolMacromol. Mar 28;132:254-264. 2019 doi: 10.1016/j.ijbiomac.2019.03.209.
- Pandey, D. K. and Chaudhary, B. Synchronous transcription of cytoskeleton-associated genes is critical to cotton fiber elongation. J Plant Growth Regulation, 2019 https://doi.org/10.1007/s00344-019-09913-0
- Pavan Kumar, Debasreekundu, Alok k Mondal, Vikrant Nain, RekhaPuria . Inhibition of TOR signalling in lea1 mutant induces apoptosis in Saccharomyces cerevisiae. Annals of Microbiology April, Volume 69, Issue 4, pp 341–352, 2019
- Upadhyay, A.K., Arora, S., Pandey, D. K. and Chaudhary, B. Interspersed 5′cis-regulatory elements ascertain the spatio-temporal transcription of cytoskeletal profilin gene family in Arabidopsis. Computational Biology and Chemistry 80:177-186, 2019.
- Zaman Khan N., Banerjee P., and Qamar,I. A critical review on genetics and implications of type 1 diabetes. Endocrinol Metab Int J ;7(1):11‒14, 2019
- Banerjee P, Khan NZ, Sakshi, Singh T, Singh N, and Qamar,I et.al. Latent autoimmune diabetes in adults: complication, management and treatment modalities. Endocrinol Metab Int J. 2019;7(3):67-72.
- Aman Chandra Kaushik; Aamir Mehmood; Arnav Kumar Upadhyay; Shalinee Paul; Shubham Srivastava; Prayuv Mali; Yi Xiong; Xiaofeng Dai; Dong-Qing Wei; Shakti Sahi (2019). CytoMegalo Virus Infection Database: a public omics database for systematic and comparable information of CMV. Interdisciplinary Sciences: Computational Life Sciences.
- Kaushik, A., Mao, X., Li, C., Li, Y., Wei, D., & Sahi, S. (2019). G-protein-coupled receptors function as logic gates for nanoparticle binding using systems and synthetic biology approach. Journal of Materials Research, 34(11), 1854-1867. doi:10.1557/jmr.2018.453
- Kaushik, A.C., Gautam, D., Nangraj, A.S., Wei DQ, Sahi S. Protection of Primary Dopaminergic Midbrain Neurons Through Impact of Small Molecules Using Virtual Screening of GPR139 Supported by Molecular Dynamic Simulation and Systems Biology; Interdiscip Sci Comput Life Sci (2019). Jun;11(2):247-257 https://doi.org/10.1007/s12539-019-00334-x
- Garg G. and Parween N. (2019). Plant Transcription factors networking of Pyrroline-5-Carboxylate (P5C) enzyme under stress condition: A Review” (accepted for publication), Plant Archive, Vol. 19(2).
- Liang Z, Li P, Wang C, Singh D, Zhang X. Visualizing the Transport of Porcine Reproductive and Respiratory Syndrome Virus in Live Cells by Quantum Dots-Based Single Virus Tracking. Virol Sin. (2019) Dec 23. doi: 10.1007/s12250-019-00187-0.
Publications in 2018
- Aarti Singh, Vishakha Vishwakarma, BarkhaSinghal “Metabiotics: The Functional Metabolic Signatures of Probiotics: Current State-of-Art and Future Research Priorities”, Advances in Bioscience and Biotechnology, 9, 147-189, 2018
- Ankita Awasthi, Vikrant Nain, RekhaPuria. MYOD and HAND transcription factors have conserved recognition sites in mTOR promoter: insights from in silico analysis. Interdisciplinary Sciences: Computational Life Sciences 2018 Jan. DOI: 10.1007/s12539-018-0284-5.
- Chaudhary, B., Singh, N., and Pandey, D. K. Bioengineering of crop plants for improved tetrahydrofolate production. Bioengineered 2018. doi.org/10.1080/21655979.2017
- Chaudhary, R. K.; Singh, G.; Ram S. Homology Modeling and in silico Structural Annotation of the Toxin-Antitoxin Systems in Pseudomonas aeruginosa.Indian Res. J. Genet. & Biotech, 10(1): 180-188, 2018
- Chaudhary, R. K.; Singh, G.; Ram S. Structural and Functional In-silico Analysis of Toxin Antitoxin Proteins in Persister cells of Pseudomonas aeruginosa. Plant Archive, 18 (2), 1643-1651, 2018
- Garg G, Ankita S , Bhati S, and Pandey S. A plant aquaporin (SoPIP2; 1): Regulatory protein channel in plants under stress, Octa J. Biosci. Vol. 6(1) 2018, online journal
- Garg Gunjan and Bhati Sharmista. Synergistic interaction of plant growth-promoting bacteria (PGPB) ACDS and ACDR genes: The plant strategy to cope up with biotic and abiotic stressors, Indian J plant Sci. Vol 7(4) pp1-8, 2018
- Hussain MS, Tripathi V. Smoking under hypoxic conditions: a potent environmental risk factor for inflammatory and autoimmune diseases. Med. Res. 5(1):11. 2018 doi: 10.1186/s40779-018-0158-5. Review. PMID: 29598831,
- Jain P, Singh V, Ali S, Tripathi V, Saraswat Synthesis, characterization, molecular docking and biological activity of 5,6-bis-(4-fluoro-phenyl)-3,4,7,8-tetraaza-bicyclo [8.3.1] tetradeca-1(13),4,6,10 (14),11-pentaene-2,9-dione and its transition metal complexes. Journal of Saudi Chemical Society. 22(5):546-557, 2018
- Jitendra Kumar Verma, Vijay Wardhan, Deepali Singh, SubhraChakraborty, NiranjanChakraborty. Genome-Wide Identification of Alba Gene Family in Plants and Stress-Responsive Expression of Rice Alba Genes. Genes 2018
- Kaushik AC, Kumar S, Wei DQ, Sahi S. Structure-Based Virtual Screening Studies to Identify Novel Potential Compounds for GPR142 and Their Relative Dynamic Analysis for Study of Type 2 Diabetes. Front Chem. 6:23, 2018. doi: 10.3389/fchem.2018.00023. eCollection 2018.
- Kaushik AC, Sahi S. Insights into unbound-bound states of GPR142 receptor in a membrane-aqueous system using molecular dynamics simulations. J Biomol Struct Dyn. ;36(7):1788-1805, doi: 10.1080/07391102.2017.1335234. Epub 2017 Jun 22.
- Kaushik, AC & Sahi,S. HOGPred: Artificial neural network based model for orphan GPCRs.. Neural Computing and Applications. 29:985–992, 2018. https://doi.org/10.1007/s00521-016-2502-6
- Kaushik,AC, Kumar A, Ur Rehman A, Junaid,M, Khan,A, Bharadwaj,S, Sahi,S, and Wei DQ Deciphering G-Protein-Coupled Receptor 119 Agonists as Promising Strategy against Type 2 Diabetes Using Systems Biology Approach ACS Omega, 3, 18214−18226, 2018
- Lavania S, Das R, Dhiman A, Myneedu VP, Verma A, Singh N, Sharma TK, Tyagi JS. Aptamer-Based TB Antigen Tests for the Rapid Diagnosis of Pulmonary Tuberculosis: Potential Utility in Screening for Tuberculosis. ACS Infect Dis. Oct 25. 2018 doi: 10.1021/acsinfecdis.8b00201. [Epub ahead of print] IF: 4.2
- Nimisha Gaur, Ankit Sharma,BarkhaSinghal “Bacterial Surface Layer Proteins: From Moonlighting to Biomimetics: A New Horizon to Lead”,Advances in Biosciences and Biotechnology 9, 352-372, 2018.
- Pavan Kumar*, AnkitaAwasthi*, Vikrant Nain, BijuIssac, RekhaPuria. Novel insights into TOR signalling in Saccharomyces cerevisiae through Torin2. Gene May: 669; 15-27. (*equal first co-author) 2018.
- K. Mishra, S.K. Niranjan, B. Banerjee, P.K. Dubey, D.S. Gonge, B.P. Mishra, and R.S. Kataria. Identification of novel allelic variants at the MHC class II DQA locus in Murrah water buffalo. Animal Genetics; DOI: 10.1111/age.12704; 2018
- Singh A, Chauhan S. S, Tripathi V. Quinic Acid Attenuates Oral Cancer Cell Proliferation by Down-regulating Cyclin D1 Expression and Akt Signaling. Pharmacognosy Mgazine, ,(14):55,14-19, 2018
- Singh A, Tripathi V. Effect of Trans-ferulic acid on oral squamous carcinoma cells. Journal of Pharmacognosy and Phytochemistry.,7(1), 1955-58, 2018.
- Singh, G.; Chhabra, M.; Singh, P.; Gupta, N. K.; Singhal, M.; Dhariwal, A.C.; Ram, S. Molecular study of glycoprotein (G) gene region of rabies virus from spotted deer, Delhi, India. J. Commun. Dis.; 50(3), 28-35, 2018.
- Tripathi V, Singh A, Ashraf M T. Avenanthramides of Oats: Medicinal Importance and Future Perspectives. Pharmacognosy review. 12 (23) 66-71, 2018
- Uniyal S, Dhasmana A, Tyagi A, Muyal JP. ATRA reduces inflammation and improves alveolar epithelium regeneration in emphysematous rat lung. Biomed Pharmacother (Elsevier). Dec; 108:1435-1450, 2018
- Yadav M and RathoreJS TAome analysis of type-II toxin-antitoxin system from Xenorhabdusnematophila. Comput Biol Chem. 2018 Oct;76:293-301, 2018
Publications in 2017
- Abdul Arif Khan, Zakir Khan, Abdul Malik, Mohd Abul Kalam, Phillip Cash, Mohd. Tashfeen Ashraf, Aws Alshamsan. Colorectal cancer-inflammatory bowel disease nexus and felony of Escherichia coli- Review Article. Life Sciences(1 July 2017); Volume 180: 60-67 , 2017
- Aggarwal C, Paul S, Tripathi V, Paul B, Khan MA. Characterization of putative virulence factors of Serratia marcescens strain SEN for pathogenesis in Spodoptera litura. J Invertebrate Pathol. 143:115-123, 2017
- Ahmad, F and Qamar, I. Novel strategy for the treatment of fungal infections. WJPPS (In press) Doi: 10.20959/wjpps201711-10361, 2017
- Amit Kumar, Deepti Singh, Krishna K. Sharma, Sakshi Arora, Amarjeet K. Singh, Sarvajeet S. Gilland Barkha Singhal, Gel-based purification and biochemical study of laccaseisozymes from Ganoderma sp. and its role in enhanced cotton callogensis, Frontiers in Microbiology 8, 2017. doi.org/10.3389/fmicb.2017.00674.
- Ankita Awasthi, Pharvendra Kumar, CV Srikanth, Shakti Sahi, RekhaPuria. Invitro Evaluation of Torin2 and 2, 6-Dihydroxyacetophenone in Colorectal Cancer Therapy. PatholOncol Res Oct :1–9. , 2017. doi: 10.1007/s12253-017-0347-
- Beg MA and Qamar, I. Expression-Regulation of Hif-Induced Gene and Oxidative Stress Gene in Acute Hypobaric Hypoxia. International Journal of Genetic Engineering and Recombination Volume 3 Issue 2 Page 9-28, 2017
- Beg MA and Qamar, I. Hexokinase II and its Major Partners: Role in Cancer Progression. International Journal of Cell Biology and Cellular Processes Volume 3 Issue 2 Page 1-8, 2017
- Chand V, Prakash J, Ashraf T, Gupta V. Can Vitamin D Slow Progression of Osteoarthritis? J Arthritis ; 6: 232, 2017. doi: 10.4172/2167-7921.1000232.
- DK Pandey, A Kumar, JS Rathore, N Singh, B Chaudhary.) Recombinant overexpression of dihydroneopterinaldolase catalyst potentially regulates folate‐ Journal of Basic Microbiology 57 (6), 517-524, 2017
- Garg G, Prachi K and Bhati S . Aluminum activated malate transporter protein (ALMT): Prime GABA receptor in plants under abiotic stress: A review, vol. 5(2): 52-55, Octa J of biosci. 2017. ISSN 2321-3663
- GautamLK,Yadav M, and Functional annotation of novel toxin-antitoxin system Xn-RelT of Xenorhabdusnematophila;a combined in silico and in vitro approach. J Mol Model 23 (6): 189 , 2017
- Kaushik AC, Pal A, Kumar A, Dwivedi VD, Bharadwaj S, Pandey A, Mishra SK, Sahi, S. Internal transcribed spacer sequence database of plant fungal pathogens: PFP-ITSS database. Informatics in Medicine Unlocked, 7, 34-38, 2017 doi 10.1016/j.imu.2017.02.006
- Kaushik, A.C. and Sahi, S. Molecular modeling and molecular dynamics simulations based structural analysis of GPR3 Network Modeling Analysis in Health Informatics and Bioinformatics, 6: 9 , 2017. DOI: 10.1007/s13721-017-0150-0
- Kaushik, A.C. and Sahi, S., Modeling and Receptor based virtual screening studies of GPR139, International Journal of Bioinformatics Research and Applications, Vol. 13(3), 2017
- Kaushik, N. Iqbal, N. Singh, J. S. Sikarwar, P. K. Singh, P.Sharma1, P. Kaur, S. Sharma, M. Owais and T. P. Singh Search of Multiple Hot Spots on the Surface of Peptidyl-tRNA Hydrolase: Structural,Binding and Antibacterial Studies. Biochem J. 9;475(3):547-560, 2017. doi: 10.1042/BCJ20170666.
- Kotnala S, Tyagi A, Muyal JP . rHuKGF ameliorates protease/anti-protease imbalance in emphysematous mice.. Pulm Pharmacol Ther (Elsevier). Aug; 45:124-135, 2017.
- Lavania S, Anthwal D, Bhalla M, Singh N, Haldar S, Tyagi JS Direct detection of Mycobacterium tuberculosis rifampin resistance in bio-safe stained sputum smears. PLoS ONE 12(12): 2017, e0189149.S.
- Navin Kumar, MohdShariq, Amarjeet Kumar, Rajesh Kumari, Naidu Subbarao, Rakesh K. Tyagi, GaurangaMukhopadhyay . Analyzing the role of CagV, a VirB8 homologue of the type IV secretion system of Helicobacter pylori. FEBS Open Bio.DOI: 10.1002/2211-5463.12225, 2017.
- Pandey, D. K. and Chaudhary, B. Evolutionary expansion and structural functionalism of the ancient family of profilin proteins. Gene 626: 70-86, 2017
- Poonam Mishra Vijay Wardhan, Aarti Pandey, Subhra Chakraborty, Gunjan Garg and Niranjan Chakraborty. Comparative analysis of sequence-structure function relationship of the SUN-domain protein CaSUN1, Phylogenetics Evol Biol, 5:3; 2017. DOI: 10.4172/2329-9002.1000189
- Prachi Rajput, Gunjan Garg . Effect of Different Types of Cytokines on Bryophyllum pinnatum Micropropagation and Evaluating the Antimicrobial Activity of In-Vivo and In-Vitro Methonolic Leaf Extract, Vol. 3 (2): 10-19, 2017 Internat. J.Plant Biotech., eISSN: 2456-0162
- Prachi Rajput, Gunjan Garg . Endangered and Critical Endangered Medicinal Plants Species and Their Ethnobotanical Medicinal Values in India, Vol. 3 (2): 68-74, Internat. J. Plant Biotech., 2017. eISSN: 2456-0162
- Rajesh Kumari, MohdShariq, Navin Kumar, GaurangaMukhopadhyay. Biochemical characterization of the Helicobacter pylori Cag-type IV secretion system unique component CagU. FEBS Lett. 591(3):500-512, 2017.
- Kumar, Qamar I., Singh N. Non steroidal Anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs). ELS, Willey Sciences Published Online : 20 MAR 2017, DOI: 10.1002/9780470015902.a0024221
- Singh, G., Fritz, S. M., Ranji, A., Singh, D., Boris-Lawrie, K. Isolation of Cognate RNA-protein Complexes from Cells Using Oligonucleotide-directed Elution. J. Vis. Exp. (119), e54391, 2017
- Singh, G.; Jaiswal, R.; Chhabra, M.; Sood, Y.; Gupta, N.; Singhal, M.; Tiwari, S.; Dhariwal, A.C.; Sharma, R., Ram, S. Evaluation of Direct Rapid Immunohistochemistry Test (DRIT) for Postmortem Diagnosis of Rabies, J. Commun. Dis.; 49 (3), 9-13. 2017 (doi: 10.24321/0019.5138.201715).
- Srishti Jha and Mohd. Tashfeen Ashraf . Acutodesmus dimorphus: A Promising Alga for Commercial Scale Cultivation for Biofuels and Biomass. IJPB; 3(1): 29-33, 2017.
- Srishti Jha and Mohd. Tashfeen Ashraf. Resource Utilization in Algal Cultures: Synergistic Effect of Biodiversity and Genetic Modification on Biomass Production. IJMB; 3(1): 1-8, 2017.
- Sudhir Kotnala, Sumit Baghel, Deepali Verma, Amit Tyagi & Jai PrakashMuyal Recombinant human keratinocyte growth factor attenuates apoptosis in elastase induced emphysematous mice lungs, Inhalation Toxicology (Taylor & Francis), 29:1, 23-31, 2017
- Swati Uniyal, Sudhir Kotnala, Ekta Teotia, Rahul Kumar, Amit Tyagi, Jai Prakash Muyal. ATRA modulates gluconeogenesis and triglyceride biosynthesis pathway of liver in elastase induced emphysematous rats. Journal of Experimental and Applied Animal Sciences. Volume 2, Number 2, pp. 109-125, 2017 Print ISSN 2314-5684
Publications in 2016
- Barkha Singhal, Shubham Srivastava, Ankita Mukherje. Role of probiotics in pancreatic cancer prevention: The prospects and challenges, Advances in Biosciences and Biotechnology, 7, 468-500, 2016
- Chaudhari, N and Qamar,I. Polycystic ovary syndrome: conditions, genetics and current cure. EndocrinolMetabInt J 2016, 3(5): 00060, 2016
- Chaudhary M, Singh V, Anvikar AR, Sahi S. Screening and In Vitro Evaluation of Potential Plasmodium falciparum Leucyl Aminopeptidase Inhibitors. Curr Comput Aided Drug Des.;12(4):282-293, 2016
- Chaudhary, R.K., Narain, R., Singh, G., Kumar, A., Ram, S.The role of toxin-antitoxin systems in the survival of multidrug tolerant pathogens and designing of new approaches to treat them. J. Infect. Dis., 45, 274-275, 2016
- Garg & Kumari. Functional analysis of plants SRG-genes/transmembrane protein (RLKs) under stress condition J. Biosci. Agric. Res. Vol. 09(02), pp827-836, DOI: 10.18801/jbar.090216.100
- Gunjan Garg*, Durvesh Kumar. Role of CBF/DRFBs in ABA signalling during cold stress in plants, Electronic Journal of Biology, Vol.S1: 13-17, ISSN 1860-3122
- Hegde, M., Mantelingua, K., Swarupa HA., Pavankumara CS., Qamar, I., Raghavan, SC., and Rangappaa SK. Novel PARP Inhibitors Sensitize Human Leukemic Cells in an Endogenous PARP Activity Dependent Manner. Royale Society of Chemistry, Advances, RSC Adv., 2016,6, 6308-6319, 2016.
- Kaushik, A.C. and Sahi, S., Biological complexity: Ant colony meta-heuristic optimization algorithm for protein folding. Neural Computing and Applications, pp.1-7. DOI 10.1007/s00521-016-2252-5
- Lata, P.;Ram, S., Shanker, R. Multiplex PCR based genotypic characterization of pathogenic vancomycin resistant Enterococcus faecalis recovered from an Indian river along a city landscape. SpringerPlus, 5 (1), 1199, 2016. https://doi.org/10.1186/s40064-016-2870-5
- Mishra, S.K., Niranjan, S.K., Banerjee, B., Dubey, P.K., Gonge, D.S., Mishra, B.P. and Kataria, R.S., High genetic diversity and distribution of Bubu-DQA alleles in swamp buffaloes (Bubalusbubaliscarabanesis): identification of new Bubu-DQA loci and haplotypes Immunogenetics Vol 68, 439-447, 2016
- Mishra, S.K., Niranjan, S.K., Banerjee, B., Singh, R., Singh, R.V., Kumar, N. and Kataria, R.S., Genetic diversity at MHC-DRB3 locus suggests distinctness of the riverine-swamp buffalo populations in North-East region of India Indian Journal of Animal Research (No. ARCC/B-3294), 2016
- Naraian, R.; Singh, M. P. ; Ram, S. Supplementation of basal substrate to boost up substrate strength and oyster mushroom yield: An overview of substrates and supplements, Int.J.Curr.Microbiol.App.Sci 2016.
- Pandey, D. K. and Chaudhary, B. A botanist’s cognitive view on plant growth: cross-talk between developmental and sensitivity networks. American Journal of Plant Sciences 7: 2307-2322, 2016
- Pandey, D. K. and Chaudhary, B. Domestication-driven Gossypium profilin 1 (GhPRF1) gene transduces early flowering phenotype in tobacco by spatial alteration of apical/floral-meristem related gene expression. BMC Plant Biology 16: 1-21, 2016
- Qamar, I., Singh, Nagendra.,Waseem, S., Prakash, P., Veerendra, S.N., and Ahmad, F. . Cloning and Expression of Novel Lingo-1 Gene from BubalisBubalis. WJPPS, Volume 5, Issue 6, 2013-2024, 2016
- Teotia Sachin, Singh Deepali, Tang X, Tang G. Essential RNA-Based Technologies and Their Applications in Plant Functional Genomics. Trends Biotechnol. pii: S0167-7799(15)00248-6, 2016
- Vishal Chand, Sipahee Lal Patel, Rachana Mishra, Baishnab C Tripathy, Jaya Prakash, Md. Tashfeen Ashraf and Varsha Gupta “Molecular signatures in peripheral blood mononuclear cells with osteoarthritis”. Int. J. Clin. Rheum. Vol. 11, Issue 6, 2016
Publications in 2015
- Aggarwal C, Paul S, Tripathi V, Paul B, Khan MA. Chitinase producing Serratia marcescens for biocontrol of Spodoptera litura (Fab) and studies on its chitinolytic activities. Ann. Agric. res. New series., 36 (2):132-137, 2015.
- Aggarwal C, Paul S, Tripathi V, Paul B, Khan MA. Chitinolytic activity in Serratia marcescens (strain SEN) and potency against different larval instars of Spodoptera litura with effect of sublethal doses on insect development. Bio Control. 60(5) 631-640, 2015.
- Dwivedi, V. Gurjar, S. Kumar, N. Singh. Molecular basis for nonspecificity of nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs). Drug Discovery Today; 20(7):863-73. 2015
- Bhardwaj R, Qamar I and Singh N. Persister Formation in Klebsiellapneumoniae: Recombinant Expression and Purification of hipA and hipB proteins from K. pneumoniae. Int. J. Applied & pure Science & Agriculture, 1(11), 1-7. 2015
- Chaudhary, N and Qamar, I Advancement of Poly-(ADP – Ribose) Polymerase (PARP) Inhibitors in Cancer Progression and Treatment. International Journal of Animal Biotechnology & Applications Vol. 1: Issue 1 page 19-30, 2015.
- Garg G., Yadav S., Ruchi, Yadav G. Key roles of calreticulin and calnexin proteins in plant perception under stress conditions: A Review, Adv. Life Sci., vol. 5(1), pp.18-26, 10.5923/j.als.20150501.03
- GautamLK, YennamalliRM, Rathore JS Implication on the function of novel Xn-relE toxin structure of Xenorhabdusnematophila using Homology modeling.Current Bioinformatics12(6): 535 – 542, 2016
- Gulam Rabbani, Ejaz Ahmad, Mohsin Vahid Khan, Mohd. Tashfeen Ashraf, Rajiv Bhat and Rizwan Hasan Khan “Impact of structural stability of cold adapted Candida antarctica lipase B (CaLB): in relation to pH, chemical and thermal denaturation”. RSC Adv., ,5, 20115-20131, 2015.
- JP Muyal, D Kumar, S Kotnala, V Muyal, AK Tyagi . Recombinant Human Keratinocyte Growth Factor Induces Akt Mediated Cell Survival Progression in Emphysematous Mice.. Archivos de Bronconeumología. Jul;51(7):328-37, 2015.
- Kaushik, A.C. and Sahi, S., Boolean network model for GPR142 against Type 2 diabetes and relative dynamic change ratio analysis using systems and biological circuits approach. Syst Synth Biol. Jun;9(1-2):45-54. 2015 doi: 10.1007/s11693-015-9163-0. Epub 2015 Mar 14.
- Matthew Stake*, Deepali Singh*, J Marcela Hernandez, Rebecca Kaddis, Leslie J Parent, Kathleen Boris-Lawrie. HIV-1 and two avian retroviral 5' untranslated regions bind orthologous human and chicken RNA binding proteins. Virology 486:307-20. 2015 * equal contribution
- MohdShariq, Navin Kumar, Rajesh Kumari, Amarjeet Kumar, Naidu Subbarao, GaurangaMukhopadhyay Biochemical Analysis of CagE: A VirB4 Homologue of Helicobacter pylori Cag-T4SS. PLoS One. Nov 13;10(11), 2015.
- Qamar, I., Ahmad, F., and Narayansami, N.. A time-course study of long term over-expression of ARR19 in mice. Nature's Scientific Reports, Nature’s Sci Rep. Aug 11;5:13014. 2015
- Rathore JS and Yan Wang Protective role of Th17 cells in pulmonary infection. Review. Vaccine34(13):1504-1514, 2016
- Urvashi, Ram, S, Pant P, Nagar, S. Application of cloud computing in microbiological studies (Vibrio spp.) of Yamuna Water using PCR techniques. Int. J. Sci. Tech. & Management;, 6 (1), 1-13. 2015
Publications in 2014
- Chaudhary, B., Chattopadhyay, P. and Banerjee, N. Modulations in seed micromorphology reveal signature of adaptive species-diversification in Dendrobium (Orchidaceae). Open Journal of Ecology 2:33-42, 2014
- Garg, G Application of nanoproteomics in biological systems: A review, Int. J. Gen. Eng. and Tech., vol 3(4), pp.29-40, ISSN: 2279-9928, 2014
- Gunjan Garg and Sanjay Kataria . Water deficit at anthesis stage induceds early leaf senescence and affects dry matter accumulation and remobilization efficiency in Black gram (P. mungo, L.), J. Adv. Botany and Zoology, vol 1(4), pp.1-6, 2014
- JP Muyal, S Kotnala, H Bhardwaj, A Tyagi. Effect of recombinant human keratinocyte growth factor in inducing Ras–Raf–Erk pathway-mediated cell proliferation in emphysematous mice lung. Inhalation toxicology. 26 (13), 761-771. 2014
- Pandey, D. K. and Chaudhary, B. Oxidative stress responsive SERK1 gene directs the progression of somatic embryogenesis in cotton (Gossypium hirsutum cv. Coker 310). American Journal of Plant Sciences 5:80-102, 2014
- Pandey, D. K. and Chaudhary, B. Role of Plant Somatic Embryogenesis Receptor Kinases (SERKs) in Cell-to-Embryo Transitional Activity: Key at Novel Assorted Structural Subunits. American Journal of Plant Sciences 5: 3177-3193, 2014
- Rathore JS and Gautam LK. Expression, purification and functional analysis of novel relE operon from X. nematophila. The Scientific World Journal Volume (2014) 428159 2014
- Sahi S, Rai S, Chaudhary M, Nain V. Modeling of human M1 aminopeptidases for in silico screening of potential Plasmodium falciparum alanine aminopeptidase (PfA-M1) specific inhibitors, Bioinformation. Aug 30;10(8):518-25. 2014 doi: 6026/97320630010518.
- Sahi S, Raj U, Chaudhary M, Nain V. Modelling of Human Leucyl Aminopeptidases For In silico Off Target Binding Analysis Of Potential Plasmodium falciparum Leucine Aminopeptidase (PfA-M17) Specific Inhibitors. Recent Pat Endocr Metab Immune Drug Discov. 8(3):191-202014
- Tewatia P, Agrawal N, Gaur M, Sahi S. Insights into the conformational perturbations of novel agonists with β3-adrenergic receptor using molecular dynamics simulations. Biochimie. 101:168-82. doi: 10.1016/j.biochi.2014.01.016. Epub 2014 Feb 6. 2014
- Tripathi V, Kumar R, Dinda AK, Kaur J, Luthra K.CXCL12-CXCR7 Signaling Activates ERK and Akt Pathways in Human Choriocarcinoma Cells. Cell Communication. Adhesion., 21(4):221-228. 2014
- V Nain, R Buddham, R Puria, S Sahi Role of TCA cycle Truncation in Cancer Cell Energetics. Current Trends in Biotechnology and Pharmacy 8 (4), 428-438, 2014
Average Impact Factor (for last 5 years) = 2.83
Name of Journal
Drug Discovery Today (Elseiver)
ACS Infectious Disease (American Chemical Society)
BMC Plant Biology
Neural Computing & Applicattions (Springer)
Frontiers in Chemistry
Frontiers in Microbiology
International J. Biological Macromolecules (Elsevier)
Biomedicine & Pharmacotherapy (Elsevier)
Life Sciences (Elseiver)
Journal of Biomolecular Structure & Dynamics (Taylor & Francis)
RSC Advances (Royal Society of Chemistry)
Archivos de Bronconeumología(Elsevier)
Pulm Pharmacol Ther (Elsevier)
Inhalation Toxicology (Taylor & Francis)
J. Plant growth Regulation (Springer)
Trends in Biotechnology
Research Grant | SOBT
|S.N.||Name of the Investigator||Title of the project and duration (3 years)||Amount sanctioned (Lakhs)||Funding Agency||Current Status|
|1.||Dr. Deepali Singh||Host induced gene silencing (HIGS) of key pathogenicity factors in Verticillium dahliae to enhance resistance in eggplant against wilt disease||58||DBT, India||Ongoing|
|2.||Dr. J.P. Muyal||Synergistic Therapeutic Potential of All trans Retinoic Acid and VEGF towards Regeneration of Alveoli in Emphysematous Lung||27||SERB- DST, India||Ongoing|
|3.||Dr. Bhupendra Chaudhary||Development of Pure Lines of Indian Cotton Cultivar(s) for the Trait of In Vitro Regeneration||25||CSIR, India||Ongoing|
|4.||Dr. Bhupendra Chaudhary||Root-Specific Reduction of Cytokinin for Enhanced Root Growth and Drought Tolerance in oilseed mustard (Brassica juncea L. cv. Varuna)||27||SERB- DST, India||Ongoing|
|5.||Dr. Nagendra Singh||Structural basis of nickel transport in k. Pneumonae||55.6||ICMR, India||Ongoing|
|6.||Dr. Nagendra Singh/ Dr. Imteyaz Qamar(Co-PI)||Structural and functional characterization of SRrp508||21||CSIR India||Ongoing|
|7.||Dr. Vikrant Nain||High throughput design, synthesis and validation of TALENs for targeted genome engineering||86||DBT, India||Ongoing|
|8.||Dr. Dr. Imteyaz Qamar / Dr. Nagendra Singh (Co-PI)||Designing of potential antagonist of ASF/SF2 for application in Cancer Therapy||48||ICMR, India||Ongoing|
|9.||Dr. Bhupendra Chaudhary||Genetics of In vitro regeneration through somatic embryogenesis in cotton (Gossypium hirsutum L. cv. Coker 310)||16||DST, India||Completed|
|10.||Dr. Bhupendra Chaudhary||Introgression of Regeneration Character into Elite Indian Cotton Cultivars||34||CSIR, India||Completed|
|11.||Dr. Bhupendra Chaudhary||Spatiotemporal Manipulation of Profilin Gene Family in Cotton Fiber Cells for Increased Yield and Quality||58.4||DBT, India||Completed|
|12.||Dr. Bhupendra Chaudhary||Target Mimicry-Based Silencing of microRNA167 Gene Family Targeting Auxin Response Factors (ARFs)’ Gene Expression During Cotton Fiber Development||62.9||DBT, India||Completed|
|13.||Dr. Shakti Sahi||Design and evaluation of novel Beta-3 adrenoreceptor agonists for potential antidepressant activity||23||DST, India||Completed|
|14.||Dr. Shakti Sahi||Design synthesis and evaluation of potent aminopeptidase inhibitors for malarial therapy||24||DBT, India||Completed|
|15.||Dr. Nagendra Singh/ Dr. Imteyaz Qamar(Co-PI)||Cloning expression and structural studies on dihydrouridine synthase from P. aeruginosa||46.8||ICMR, India||Completed|
|16.||Dr. J. P. Muyal||Therapeutic Aspect of Kerotinocyte Growth Factor on Alveolar Regeneration in Emphysematous condition – Molecular Mechanism||14||DST, India||Completed|
|17.||Dr. J. P. Muyal||Identification of Molecular Pathways in Alveoli Regeneration in an Established Emphysematous Lung: All-Trans Retinoic Acid - A Way to Novel Therapy Option||32||DBT, India||Completed|
|18.||Dr. J. S. Rathore||Transcriptional and Functional Characterization of Xenorhabdus nematophila toxin-antitoxin (TA) modules.||25||DST, India||Completed|
|19.||Dr. J. S. Rathore||Transcriptional, functional and persister cell formation studies of novel identifiedyefM-yoeB,ccdAB and hipABtoxin-antitoxin modules fromXenorhabdus nematophila||26||CSIR, India||Completed|
|20.||Dr. Rekha Puria||Genome scale fitness profiling of transposon mutant library for identification of novel components of Target of Rapamycin (TOR) signaling pathway.||23||DST, India||Completed|
|21.||Dr. Rekha Puria||Identification and validation of novel anticancer drug targets in target of rapamycin (TOR) signaling pathway||37||DBT, India||Completed|
|22.||Dr. Savneet Kaur||Investigations on cell-intrinsic and extrinsic factors involved in age- and disease-induced senescence of endothelial progenitor cells||27||DST, India||Completed|
|23.||Dr. Savneet Kaur||Investigations on the role of Hepatitis B virus X protein (HBx) in cancer stem cell-mediated initiation and progression of hepatocellular carcinoma||34||DBT, India||Completed|
|24.||Dr. Savneet Kaur||Contribution of angiogenesis and inflammation to fibrogenesis and regeneration in non-alcoholic fatty liver diseases (NAFLD)||29||ICMR, India||Completed|
|25.||Dr. Vikrant Nain||Development of Mega Nuclease for Targeted genome Engineering in rice||18.5||DBT, India||Completed|
|26.||Dr. Vikrant Nain||Development of drought-tolerant rice by expression of RNA chaperon gene||19||CSIR, India||Completed|
|27.||Dr. Vishwas Tripathi||Molecular mechanisms of anti-cancer effect of Crocetin (a natural product of saffron) and its synergistic effect with Cisplatin in Smokeless Tobacco Nicotine induced Head and Neck Cancer Cells||22||DST, India||Completed|
|28.||Dr. Vishwas Tripathi (CO-PI)||Isolation characterization of anti-tubercular principle from contaminating bacterial strain||30||DBT, India||Completed|
|29.||Dr. Siya Ram||Development of novel adsorbent for pre-concentration of the pathogens and molecular beacon-based PCR array to enable culture-free detection for food and waterborne pathogens.||23.53||DST, India||Completed|
Research Scholars | SOBT
|S.No||Name of Student||Thesis Supervisor||Year of Registration||Full Time/ Working Professional (WP/FT)||Current Status|
|Academic Session 2019-20|
|1.||Aishwarya Chaudhary||Dr Deepali Singh||2019||FT||Ongoing|
|2.||Ajita Pandey||Dr Md. Tashfeen Ashraf||2019||FT||Ongoing|
|3.||Aniruddhabhai Kanubhai Khuman||Dr Bhupendra Chaudhary||2019||FT||Ongoing|
|4.||Apaarna||Dr Nagendra Singh||2019||FT||Ongoing|
|5.||Basav Hazarika||Dr Jai Prakash Muyal||2019||FT||Ongoing|
|6.||Divya Jhinjharia||Dr Shakti Sahi||2019||FT||Ongoing|
|7.||Harshita Makkar||Dr Bhupendra Chaudhary||2019||FT||Ongoing|
|8.||K. Anita||Dr Siya Ram||2019||FT||Ongoing|
|9.||Kirti Chaudhary||Dr Shakti Sahi||2019||FT||Ongoing|
|10.||Km. Sakshi||Dr Nagendra Singh||2019||FT||Ongoing|
|11.||Nida||Dr Barkha Singhal||2019||FT||Ongoing|
|12.||Nomita Gupta||Dr Jitendra Singh Rathore||2019||FT||Ongoing|
|13.||Pallabi Banerjee||Dr Imteyaz Qamar||2019||FT||Ongoing|
|14.||Purnima Singh Solanki||Dr Barkha Singhal||2019||FT||Ongoing|
|15.||Rajesh Kumar||Dr Vikrant Nain||2019||FT||Ongoing|
|16.||Satyendra Kumar Sahani||Dr Siya Ram||2019||FT||Ongoing|
|17.||Shobhi||Dr Jitendra Singh Rathore||2019||FT||Ongoing|
|18.||Smitha Soman||Dr Siya Ram||2019||FT||Ongoing|
|19.||Sonika||Dr Rekha Puria||2019||FT||Ongoing|
|20.||Swagata Chatterjee||Dr Navin kumar||2019||FT||Ongoing|
|21.||Taniya Bargoti||Dr Deepali Singh||2019||FT||Ongoing|
|22.||Vatan Singh||Dr Navin kumar||2019||FT||Ongoing|
|23.||Vimal Kumar||Dr Vishwas Tripathi||2019||FT||Ongoing|
|24.||Yamini Pathak||Dr Vishwas Tripathi||2019||FT||Ongoing|
|Academic Session 2018-19|
|25.||Amaresh Mishra||Dr Vishwas Tripathi||2018||FT||Ongoing|
|26.||Anuradha Bhardwaj||Dr Vikrant Nain & Dr Pradeep Tomar (Cosupervisor)||2018||FT||Ongoing|
|27.||Archana Prajapati||Dr Vikrant Nain||2018||FT||Ongoing|
|Academic Session 2016-17|
|28.||Ankita Gautam||Dr Seema Dwivedi||2016||FT||Ongoing|
|29.||Nainee Goel||Dr Nagendra Singh||2016||FT||Ongoing|
|30.||Sumati Rohilla||Dr Rekha Puria||2016||FT||Ongoing|
|31.||Mr. Mohit Yadav||Dr Jitendra Singh Rathore||2016||FT||Prethesis submitted|
|32.||Sakshi Arora||Dr Bhupendra Chaudhary||2016||FT||Ongoing|
|33.||Sharmista Bhati||Dr Gunjan Garg||2016||FT||Ongoing|
|34.||Tripti Singh||Dr Imteyaz qamar||2016||FT||Ongoing|
|Academic Session 2015-16|
|35.||Anshuman Chandra||Dr Imteyaz qamar||2015||FT||Ongoing|
|36.||Preety Rawal||Dr Vikrant Nain||2015||FT||Ongoing|
|37.||Mr. Jogendra Singh Nim||Dr Jitendra Singh Rathore||2015||FT||Prethesis submitted|
|38.||Mr. Amit Sharma||Dr Barkha Singhal||2015||FT||Complete|
|Academic Session 2014-15|
|39.||Suman||Dr Vikrant Nain||2014||FT||Ongoing|
|40.||Ankita Awasthi||Dr Rekha Puria||2014||FT||Ongoing|
|41.||Sajid Hussain||Dr Rajesh Kr Gupta & Dr Seema Dwivedi (Cosupervisor)||2014||FT||Ongoing|
|42.||Mrs. Swati Uniyal||Dr J P Muyal||2014||FT||Complete|
|43.||Shashank Kumar Yadav||Dr Bhupendra||2014||WP||Prethesis submitted|
|Academic Session 2013-14|
|44.||Anamika Sharma||Dr Vikrant Nain||2013||WP||complete|
|45.||Dhananjay Kumar Pandey||Dr Bhupendra Chaudhary||2013||FT||Complete|
|46.||Suruabhi Lavania||Dr Nagendra Singh||2013||WP||Complete|
|47.||Mr Sushil Kumar||Dr Seema Dwivedi||2013||WP||Complete|
|48.||Jitendra Kumar Verma||Dr Deepali Singh||2013||WP||Complete|
|49.||Poonam Misra(Working Profession)||Dr Gunjan Garg||2013||WP||Complete|
|50.||Ms Hamda Siddiqui||Dr Savneet Kaur||2013||FT||Complete|
|51.||Pavan Kumar||Dr Rekha Puria||2013||FT||Complete|
|Academic Session 2012-13|
|52.||Anjana||Dr Vishwas Tripathi||2012||FT||Complete|
|53.||Ravi Kumar Chaudhary||Dr Siya Ram||2012||FT||Complete|
|54.||Avaneesh K Dwivedi||Dr Nagendra Singh||2012||FT||Thesis submitted|
|Academic Session 2011-12|
|55.||Girraj singh||Dr Siya Ram||2011||WP||Complete|
|56.||Meenakshi Chaudhary||Dr Shakti Sahi||2011||FT||Complete|
|57.||Chetana Agarwal||Dr Vishwas Tripathi||2011||WP||Complete|
|58.||Mr Sanjeev Sharma||Dr Seema Dwivedi||2011||WP||Complete|
|59.||Vishal Chand||Dr Tashfeen Ashraf||.2011||WP||Complete|