Department Details

Department of Biotechnology

1)    Das, S.S., Kathwate, G.H. (2024). Pseudomonas putida: An Environment Friendly Bacterium. In V. K. Garg(Eds.), Bioremediation for Sustainable Environmental Cleanup (pp.125-144). Boca Raton: CRC Press. ISBN: 9781003277941.
2)    Roy, A., Medha, Debnath, A. (2023). Microgravity and Its Effect on the Human Body. In L. T. Duncan(Ed.), Advances in Health and Disease (pp.45-84). United States: Nova Science publishers. ISBN: 9798891130333.
3)    Kumbhar, N.M., Aparna, M.A., Nimal, S.K., Shewale, P., Barale, S., Gacche, R.N. (2023). New targets for old drugs: drug repurposing approach for accelerating the drug discovery engine with minimum financial input. In S. N. Meena(Eds.), New Horizons in Natural Compound Research (pp.315-349). Amsterdam, Netherlands: Elesiver. ISBN: 9780443152337.
4)    Patil, R., Sivaram, A., Patil, N. (2022). Gene Isolation Methods: Beginner’s Guide. In A. E. Kalyuzhny(Ed.), A Complete Guide to Gene Cloning: From Basic to Advanced (pp.43-55). Switzerland: Springer, Cham. ISBN: 9783030968519.
5)    Roy, A. (2021). COVID-19: Medicine and Vaccine. In S. Tripathy, COVID-19 & YEAR 2020 (pp.75-90). Kolkata: Notion Press . ISBN: 9798885300780.
6)    Mazire, P.H., Roy, A. (2021). Current Scenario of Anti-Leishmanial Drugs and Treatment. In M. I. Chaudhary (Eds.), Frontiers in Anti-Infective Drug Discovery (pp.156-186). Netherlands: Bentham Science Publishers. ISBN: 9781681088303.
7)    Kawashte, G., Sonawane, H., Mittal, S., Borde, M. (2021). Medicinal Fungi: A Natural Source of Pharmacologically Important Metabolites. In R. Prasad(Eds.), Recent Developments in Microbial Technologies (pp.379-394). Singapore: Springer. ISBN: 9789811544392.
8)    Sharma, S., Aazmi, O. (2019). Basics of epigenetics: It is more than simple changes in sequence that govern gene expression. In S. Sharma(Ed.), Prognostic Epigenetics (pp.1-19). Netherlands: Elsevier. ISBN: 9780128142592.
9)    Sharma, S. (2019). Conclusions and perspectives: Major challenges and future prospects for prognostic epigenetics. In S. Sharma(Ed.), Prognostic Epigenetics (pp.397-409). Netherlands: Elsevier. ISBN: 9780128142592.
10)    Kalyani, A., Jha, R.M., Sharma, S. (2019). Use of circulating nucleic acids, metabolites, and proteins as clinical biomarkers for earlier prognosis and diagnosis of disease. In S. Sharma(Ed.), Prognostic Epigenetics (pp.85-116). Netherlands: Elsevier. ISBN: 9780128142592.
11)    Nagalakshmi, B., Sagarkar, S., Sakharkar, A.J. (2018). Epigenetic Mechanisms of Traumatic Brain Injuries. Progress in Molecular Biology and Translational Science (pp.263-298). Netherlands: Elsevier B.V..
12)    Sharma, S., Mathew, A.B., Chugh, J. (2017). MiRNAs: Nanomachines That Micromanage the Pathophysiology of Diabetes Mellitus. In G. Makowski(Ed.), Series: Advances in Clinical Chemistry (pp.199-264). United States: Academic Press. ISBN: 9780128152072.
13)    Sagarkar, S., Sakharkar, A. (2016). Epigenetics and alcohol use disorders. Neuropsychiatric Disorders and Epigenetics (pp.361-397). Netherlands: Elsevier. ISBN: 9780128002261.
14)    Vaish, V., Khare, T., Verma, M., Khare, S. (2015). Epigenetic therapy for colorectal cancer. In M. Verma(Ed.), Cancer Epigenetics (pp.771-782). New York, United States: Humana Press. ISBN: 9781493918034.
15)    Pal, J.K., Berwal, S.K., Soni, R.N. (2012). A single-step simultaneous protein staining procedure for polyacrylamide gels and nitrocellulose membranes by alta during western blot analysis. In B.T. Kurien(Eds.), Protein Electrophoresis: Methods and Protocols (pp.551-559). United States: Humana Press. ISBN: 9781617798207.
  

Publications Before 2011


16)    Singh, A.V., Patil, R., Lenardi, C., Milani, P., Gade, W.N. (2010). Nanobiomaterial applications in tissue repair and ulcer management: a new role for nanomedicine. In S.A. Kumar(Eds.), Biocompatible Nanomaterials: Synthesis, Characterization and Applications (pp.117). New York, United States: Nova Science. ISBN: 9781616686772.
17)    Singh, A.V., Paolo Zamboni, Gade, W.N. (2008). Nanodiagnostics and nanomedicine: Novel application in abnormal folate pathway malignancies. In D. Gemmati(Ed.), Folate-Pathway Gene Variants in Cancer: Haematological Malignancies (pp.241). Trivandrum, India: Transworld Research Network. ISBN: 9788178953397.
18)    Goel, S.C., Pal, J.K. (1985). Lens proteins during development. In N.K. Dhakad(Eds.), Recent Advances in Developmental Biology (pp.57-71). New Delhi, India: Anmol Publisher. ISBN: 9788174880390.