Atmiya University

About Department

Vision & Mission

Objectives

The curriculum is framed to accomplish the following program objectives which students shall accomplish by the end of their post-graduation study.

  • To inculcate in-depth knowledge, scientific thinking and practical skills in biotechnology and allied fields so that students can pursue career in industry, academia or research at different capacities and address their contemporary problems.
  • To produce postgraduates with ability to design, plan and implement research projects and apply them to solve problems related to areas of biotechnology.
  • To develop ability to work safely, autonomously and effectively in biotechnology lab and undertake a suite of molecular biology methods and prepare scientific reports
  • To instill a crucial awareness of advances at the forefront of biotechnology.

Graduate Attributes

  • Scientific knowledge: To utilize the obtained biotechnological knowledge in welfare of socio-economic development
  • Ability of critical analysis: Apply the critical ability in identification of key global and local problems through a scientific approach
  • Development of solution: To suggest and plan solution through research and development for agricultural and healthcare problems in wellbeing of humankind keeping the safety concern in mind
  • Modern tool uses: Ability to choose and conception of appropriate biotechnological tools and techniques to address the existing problems for further development of quality life considering its limitation
  • Environment and sustainability: Ability to critically analyze and address the solution in context of environment and ability to express sustainable utilization

Program Educational Outcomes

  • PEO-1: Depth and breadth of knowledge: will be capable to creatively apply the knowledge of Biotechnology as well as other related discipline for his professional and research career.
  • PEO-2: Practice, Operation and usage of modern tools and technology: will contribute in the field of agriculture, health and industries in designing, developing and providing solutions for product/processes/technology development.
  • PEO-3: Professional capacity and passion of learning: are flexible and adaptable in different work environments, prepared to acquire, develop, employ and integrate new technologies and exhibit leadership and team work quality.
  • PEO-4: Research, numeracy and scholarship: will exhibit ethical behaviour consistent with academic honesty and use of appropriate guidelines and procedures with responsible conduct of research.
  • PEO-5: Global, moral and aesthetic sustainability: will have love for learning in pursuance of excellence in all domains of life.

Program Outcomes

  • PO-1: Acquire in-depth theoretical and technical competence in Biotechnology discipline
  • PO-2: Able to identify problems related to agriculture, health and industries and to analyse and derive valid conclusions with fundamental knowledge in biotechnology
  • PO-3: Demonstrate the ability to plan and execute safely a series of experiments in a scientific way, required for further research at a higher level
  • PO-4: Fit to perform as a successful professional in various career options
  • PO-5: Able to design solution to problems by applying suitable components and processes within the safety constraints for environmental & societal needs
  • PO-6: Acquire critical thinking skills to solve problems that can be modelled Biotechnologically
  • PO-7: Ability to function as responsible citizen with ethical values, accountable to the society
  • PO-8: Demonstrate the detailed knowledge of the major areas of life sciences including a wide range of factual information and experimentally observed phenomena.
  • PO-9: Demonstrate professional Skill to handle sophisticated equipments used in biotechnology and to analyze the data
  • PO-10: Ability to present biotechnological research results to a technically literate audience by means of an oral presentation, scientific poster or a written report.
  • PO-11: Exhibit leadership qualities with ability to function effectively as an individual and in a team.
  • PO-12: Able to integrate and appraise information/knowledge from a variety of sources throughout the life

Program Specific Outcomes

  • PSO-1: Be able to apply knowledge of Biotechnology for medical and industrial applications
  • PSO-2: Be able to apply the acquired knowledge to provide cost-effective and sustainable solutions in Biotechnology
  • PSO-3: Translate biotechnological know-how to address environmental, ethical, intellectual property rights and societal issues.

Faculty profile

Dr. Anmol Kumar



Associate Professor
Ph.D., M.Tech.
Exp:3 month


Dr.Rishikesh Shukla



Associate Professor
B.Sc.,M.Sc.,Ph.D.
Exp:1 year 17 days


Dr. Debashish Banarjee



Assistant Professor
M.Sc. Biotechnology, Ph.D.
Exp:6.5 years


(Dr.) Praveen S. Gupta



Assistant Professor
M.Sc. Biotechnology, (Ph.D. Ongoing), CSIR-NET, GATE, ICAR-NET, GSET
Exp:12 Years


Dr. Nutan Prakash Vishwakarma



Assistant Professor
B.Sc, M.Sc, M.Phil, PhD, CSIR-NET, ICAR-NET, GATE, GSET, UGC-NET
Exp:14 Years


Dr. Ravi Ranjan Kumar Ravi



Assistant Professor
B.Sc., M.Sc, M.Phil, PhD, CSIR-NET, ICAR-NET, GATE, GSET, UGC-NET
Exp:14 Years


Dr. Shweta Bhatt



Assistant Professor
B.Sc, M.Sc, PhD, ICAR-NET
Exp:14 Years


Dr. Ragini Raghav



Assistant Professor
B.Tech, M.Tech, Ph.D.
Exp:9 Years


Dr. Neha Patel



Assistant Professor
B.Sc, M.Sc Plant Science, PhD
Exp:15 Years


Dr. Preetam Joshi



Assistant Professor
M.Sc. Biotechnology, Ph.D., CSIR - NET
Exp:15 Years


Dr. Leena Ambasana



Assistant Professor
M.Sc. Biotechnology, Ph.D.
Exp:10 Years


Aarti Patel



Assistant Professor
M.Sc. Biotechnology, GATE, (Ph.D. Ongoing)
Exp:6 Years


Ms. Heli Suchak



Teaching Assistant
M.sc.biotechnology. GSET (Ph.D. ongoing)
Exp:10 months


Scope

Biotechnology is an interdisciplinary field which helps society to deal with challenges that come from global climate change, food crisis and food security, pests and diseases control, prevention and cure of diseases and much more. Graduate degree in Biotechnology is providing ample opportunities for those who want to explore the new and modern frontiers of science. The applications of Biotechnology are enormous as it caters to various industrial sectors like food, textiles, pharmaceutical, agriculture, animal husbandry and many more.

Having a strong foothold globally, biotechnology as a career option is immense as we live in exciting era where there are amazing discoveries, new applications and innovative products on the market every day. After completing their graduation, Biotechnology graduates can qualify various national level entrance examinations conducted by universities and institutes like JNU/NITs/IITs/TIFR etc. to pursue a postgraduate degree in Biotechnology from any institute of national and international repute in India as well as abroad.

Biotechnologists play a vital role in the continuous search to find new, sustainable solutions to the global challenges. They can work in various work environments like industrial sector, environmental sector, medical sector, food manufacturing, health-care and pharmaceuticals and academics. Professionals in this field can develop their expertise in one or more subfields like genomics, proteomics, and bioinformatics.

Entry-level biotechnologist or candidates with a bachelor’s degree in biotechnology can work as Research/Lab technicians. They help out teachers and scientific professionals to conduct and monitor experiments and may also record data and prepare reports.

Postgraduates in Biotechnology can qualify the examinations like NET(National Eligibility Tests)/SET(State Eligibility Tests)/GATE(Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering)conducted by various agencies like CSIR, UGC, ICMR, ICAR, IITetc. to pursue a successful research and teaching career at any University, College, School or institute.

Research and Publication

The thrust areas include Molecular Markers, Bioprospecting of Natural Plant Extracts, Drug Discovery, Microbial Technology,Natural Product Research, Plant-Microbe Interactions, Extremozymes, Cancer Biology, Plant Tissue Culture, Nanotechnology, Marine Biotechnology, Cancer Biology, Animal Cell Culture, Bioremediation, Stress Biology and Bioprocess Engineering. The faculties are actively involved in the research projects funded by the state as well as national organizations.Besides research projects, the faculties and students of the department have published more than 100 research/review papers in various national and international scientific journals.

Research Projects
Minor Research Project 10 projects completed
Major Research Project 02 Projects completed

 

Faculty Publications
Publications International National Total
Research Papers 103 08 111
Conference Proceedings 09 09 18
NCBI Sequence Submissions 34 0 34

 

Student Publications
Publications International National Total
Research Papers 9 3 12
Conference Proceedings 0 2 2
NCBI Sequence Submissions 9 0 9

 

SR. NO. FACULTY NAME PUBLICATION TITLE
1 Dr. Shivani Patel Research Article In vitro antimitotic and cytotoxic potential of plant extracts: a comparative study of Mucuna pruriens, Asteracantha longifolia and Sphaeranthus indicus.Futur J Pharm Sci ISSNA23147245, Vol 6: 115 2020ISSN: 23147245Vol :6:115(2020)\
2 Dr. Shivani Patel Research Article Some natural extracts from plants as low-cost alternatives for synthetic PGRs in rose micropropagation. Journal of Applied Horticulture0972-1045 20(2); 103-111 2018
3 Dr. Shivani Patel Research Article An improved method of DNA purification from secondary metabolites rich medicinal plants using certain chaotropic agents Acta Physiologiae Plantarum (Springer) Print: 0137-5881; Online: 1861-1664; 38; 207 2016
4 Dr. Shivani Patel Research Article Genetic Diversity of Marine and Fresh Water Cyanobacteria from the Gujarat State of India. Advances in Bioscience and Biotechnology Print: 0967-0874; Online: 1366-5863; Vol5; 1061-1066 2014
5 Dr. Shivani Patel Research Article Candidate gene mapping: approach, methods and significance. American Journal of Research Communication2325-4076; 1(8); 199-204;2013
6 Dr. Shivani Patel Research Article Homology Modeling of Acetate Kinase in Methanosarcinaacetivorans c2A Advanced Biotech12(03); 19-22; 2012
7 Dr. Shivani Patel Research Article Extraction and Analysis of Jatropha curcas L. Seed oil African Journal of Biotechnology1684-5315; 10(79);18210-18213;2011
8 Dr. Shivani Patel Research Article Molecular Docking Studies of Antimalarial Drugs for Malaria Journal of Computer Science & Systems Biology onlinedoi:10.4172/jcsb.1000059; 3; 070-073;2010
9 Dr. Ravi Ranjan Research Article Characterization and partial purification of an antibacterial agent from halophilic actinomycetes Kocuria sp. strain rsk4 BioImpacts2228-5652 SJR = 0.63
10 Dr. Ravi Ranjan Research Article COVID-19: A Bitter Truth International Journal of Research in Humanities & Social Sciences2347-5404
11 Dr. Ravi Ranjan Research Article Screening of Endophytic Actinomycetes for Cellulose Degradation An International Multidisciplinary Research E-Journal2454-8596
12 Dr. Ravi Ranjan Research Article Optimization for Enhanced Production of Antibacterial Metabolites by Marine Actinomycetes Kocuria sp. strain rsk4 Current Trends in Biotechnology and Pharmacy & India0973- 8916
13 Dr. Ravi Ranjan Research Article Isolation, characterization and chromatography-based purification of antibacterial compound isolated from rare endophytic actinomycetes Micrococcus yunnanensis Journal of Pharmaceutical Analysis2095- 1779 2.67
14 Dr. Ravi Ranjan Research Article Endophytic Actinomycetes: A Novel Antibiotic Source. Int. J. Curr. Microbiol. App. Sci 2319-7692
15 Dr. Ravi Ranjan Research Article Isolation of actinomycetes: A complete approach. Int. J. Curr. Microbiol. App. Sci 2319-7692
16 Dr. Ravi Ranjan Research Article Diversity and Antibacterial Potential of Endophytic actinomycetes isolated from medicinal plants of Rajkot, India Life Sciences Leaflets 2277 - 4297
17 Dr. Ravi Ranjan Research Article Isolation and Characterization of Hydrolytic Enzyme Producing Halophilic Bacteria Salinicoccus roseus from Okha International Journal of Microbiology Research0975-5276 SJR 0.644
18 Dr. Ravi Ranjan Research Article Physico-chemical and microbial analysis of drinking water in Rajkot district, Gujarat (India). International Journal of Environmental Sciences 0976-4402 SCImago impact factor 0.65
19 Dr. Ravi Ranjan Research Article Antibacterial potentials of Actinomycetes isolated from Gujarat. Int J Pharm Sci Rev Res 0976-044X SCImago impact factor 0.65
20 Dr. Ravi Ranjan Research Article Molecular docking studies of antimalarial drugs for malaria. Journal of Computer Science & Systems Biology 0974-7230 Journal Impact Factor 1.3
21 Dr. Ravi Ranjan Research Article Metabolic engineering of bacteria Indian journal of microbiology 0046-8991 1.87
22 Dr. Ravi Ranjan Research Article Homology Modelling of Acetate Kinase in Methanosarcinaacetivorans C2A Advanced Biotech 0973-0109
23 Dr. Nutan Prakash Research Article Antibacterial Resistance Trend in Urinary Tract Infections and Their Control at a Tertiary Care Hospital in the Saurashtra Region of Gujarat, India Biosci Biotech Res Asia17(2)
24 Dr. Nutan Prakash Research Article Identification and characterization of miRNA transcriptome in Jatropha curcas by high-throughput sequencing Plant Gene2352-4073
25 Dr. Nutan Prakash Research Article Genetic Diversity of Marine and Fresh Water Cyanobacteria from the Gujarat State of India Advances in Bioscience and Biotechnology 5(14)
26 Dr. Nutan Prakash Research Article Identification of miRNA encoded by Jatropha curcas from EST and GSS Plant Signal Behav 8: e23152.
27 Dr. Nutan Prakash Research Article Prediction of miRNA in HIV-1 genome and its targets through artificial neural network: a bioinformatics approach Network Modeling Analysis in Health Informatics and Bioinformatics1
28 Dr. Nutan Prakash Research Article Cheminformatics J Proteomics Bioinform3
29 Dr. Nutan Prakash Research Article Molecular Docking Studies of Antimalarial Drugs for Malaria J Comput Sci Syst Biol 3
30 Dr. Nutan Prakash Research Article Homology Modelling of Acetate Kinase in Methanosarcinaacetivorans C2A Advanced Biotech0973-0109 Drug Discovery J Antivir Antiretrovir2
31 Dr. Preetam Joshi Research Article Mathur, P., Trivedi, R. and Joshi P. (2019). Abrusprecatorious: A review from ethno to nano application. Asian Agri History. 23 (4): 245-259
32 Dr. Preetam Joshi Research Article Chauhan, U., Singh, A. K., Godani, D., Gupta, P.S., Patel S and Joshi P. (2018). Some natural extracts from plants as low-cost alternatives for synthetic PGRs in rose micropropagation. Journal of Applied Horticulture. 20(2): 103-111
33 Dr. Preetam Joshi Research Article Singh A. K. and Joshi P. (2018). Operation green: Building a Better World for the Indian Farmers. Kurukshetra: A journal of rural Development published by Ministry of Rural Development, Government of India. 66(6) ISSN No. 0023-5660)
34 Dr. Preetam Joshi Research Article Ghadia, B., Singh, A.K., Khatnani, T., Patel, S. and Joshi P*. (2016). An improved method of DNA purification from secondary metabolites rich medicinal plants using certain chaotropic agents. Acta Physiologiae Plantarum. 38: 207-219
35 Dr. Preetam Joshi Research Article Singh AK., Tala T., Tanna M., Patel H., Sudra P., Mungra D., Nirmal D., Khatnani T and Joshi P*. (2016) Exogenous supply of salicylic acid results into better growth of banana propagules under in vitro conditions. International J. of Recent Sci. Res.. 7(3):9488-9493
36 Dr. Preetam Joshi Research Article Singh, A.K., Singh, A., Joshi, P*. (2016) Combined application of chitinolytic bacterium Paenibacillus sp. D1 with low doses of chemical pesticides for better control of Helicoverpaarmigera. Inter. J. of Pest Management. 62 (3): 222-227.
37 Dr. Preetam Joshi Research Article Singh, A.K., Tala, T., Tanna, M., Nirmal, D., Joshi P*. (2016) Effect of exogenous supply of salicylic acid on in vitro growth and development of rose micropropagules. Inte. J. of Recent Sci. Res. 7(6): 12034-12039. ISSN No. 0976-3031
38 Dr. Preetam Joshi Research Article Joshi P. and Purohit S.D. (2012) Genetic stability in micro-clones of Feronia limonia (L.) swingle derived from different pathways of micropropagation as revealed by RAPD and ISSR markers. Acta Horticulturae. 961: 217-224
39 Dr. Preetam Joshi Research Article Joshi P., Vyas S. and Purohit, S.D. (2010). Photosynthetic Performance of Shoots of Feronia limonia Grown in vitro under Carbon Dioxide Enriched Environment. Acta Horticulture. 865: 225-230.
40 Dr. Rishikesh Shukla Research Article Rishikesh Shukla, Hemansi, Gaurav Kumar, Shraddha Shukla, Jitendra Kumar Saini, Ramesh ChanderKuhad (2021) Biorefinery potential of newly isolated yeast Clavispora lusitaniae for co production of erythritol and ethanol. Biomass Conversion and Biorefinery. (IF: 4.987) https://doi.org/10.1007/s13399-021-02073-w
41 Dr. Rishikesh Shukla Research Article Ranjit K Harwansh, Swarnali Das Paul, Rishikesh Shukla and Rohitas Deshmukh (2020) Controlled release of sulfasalazine loaded amidated pectin microparticles through Eudragit S-100 coated capsule for management of inflammatory bowel disease. Journal of Drug Delivery Science and Technology, 55, 101495 (IF: 3.981) (ISSN: 1773-2247) https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jddst.2019.101495
42 Dr. Rishikesh Shukla Research Article Rishi Gupta, Hemansi, Sheenu Gautam, Rishikesh Shukla and Ramesh ChanderKuhad (2017) Study of charcoal detoxification of acid hydrolysate from corncob and its fermentation to xylitol. Journal of Environmental Chemical Engineering, 5(5), 4573-4582. (IF:5.909) (ISSN: 2213-3437) https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jece.2017.07.073
43 Dr. Rishikesh Shukla Research Article Rishikesh Shukla, Manoj Kumar, Subhojit Chakraborty, Rishi Gupta, Savindra Kumar Dinabandhu Sahoo and Ramesh ChanderKuhad (2016) Process development for the production of bioethanol from waste algal biomass of Gracilariaverrucosa. Bioresource Technology, 220, 584-589. (IF: 9.642) (ISSN: 0960-8524) https://doi.org/10.1016/j.biortech.2016.08.096
44 Dr. Rishikesh Shukla Research Article Seema Patel, Rishikesh Shukla and Arun Goyal (2015) Probiotics in valorization of innate immunity across various animal models. Journal of Functional Foods, 14, 549-561 (IF: 4.451) (ISSN: 1756-4646) https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jff.2015.02.022
45 Dr. Rishikesh Shukla Research Article Rishikesh Shukla, Hemansi, Gaurav Kumar, Shraddha Shukla, Jitendra Kumar Saini, Ramesh ChanderKuhad (2021) Biorefinery potential of newly isolated yeast Clavispora lusitaniae for co production of erythritol and ethanol. Biomass Conversion and Biorefinery. (IF: 4.987) https://doi.org/10.1007/s13399-021-02073-w
46 Dr. Rishikesh Shukla Research Article Arabinda Ghosh, Anil Kumar Verma, Jagan Mohan Rao T, Rishikesh Shukla and Arun Goyal (2015) Recovery and purification of oligosaccharides from coprameal by recombinant endo-β-mannanase and deciphering molecular mechanism involved and its role as potent therapeutic agent. Molecular Biotechnology, 57, 111-127. (IF: 2.695) (ISSN: 1073-6085) https://doi.org/10.1007/s12033-014-9807-4
47 Dr. Rishikesh Shukla Research Article Jagan Mohan Rao T, Damini Kothari, Rishikesh Shukla, and Arun Goyal (2014) Structural and biocompatibility properties of dextran from Weissellacibaria JAG8 as food additive. International Journal of Food Sciences and Nutrition, 65, 686-691. (IF: 3.833) (ISSN: 0963-7486) https://doi.org/10.3109/09637486.2014.917147
48 Dr. Rishikesh Shukla Research Article Rishikesh Shukla and Arun Goyal (2014) Purified dextransucrase from Pediococcus pentosaceus CRAG3 as food additive. Indian Journal of Experimental Biology, 52, 1036-1044. (IF: 0.8181) (ISSN: 0019-5189)
49 Dr. Rishikesh Shukla Research Article Rishikesh Shukla, Ilia Iliev and Arun Goyal (2014) Leuconostoc mesenteroides NRRL B-1149 as probiotic and its dextran with anticancer properties. Journal of Bioscience and Biotechnology, 3(1), 79-87. (ISSN: 1314-6238)
50 Dr. Rishikesh Shukla Research Article Rishikesh Shukla and Arun Goyal (2014) Probiotic potential of Pediococcus pentosaceus CRAG3 a new isolate from fermented cucumber. Probiotics and Antimicrobial Proteins, 6, 11-21. (IF: 4.609) (ISSN: 1867-1306) https://doi.org/10.1007/s12602-013-9149-8
51 Dr. Rishikesh Shukla Research Article Rishikesh Shukla and Arun Goyal (2013) Novel dextran from Pediococcus pentosaceus CRAG3 isolated from fermented cucumber with anticancer properties. International Journal of Biological Macromolecules, 62, 352-357. (IF: 6.953) (ISSN: 0141-8130) https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ijbiomac.2013.09.043
52 Dr. Rishikesh Shukla Research Article Rishikesh Shukla and Arun Goyal (2013) Elucidation of structure and biocompatibility of levan from Leuconostoc mesenteroidesNRRL B-1149. Current Trends in Biotechnology and Pharmacy, 7(2) 635-643. (ISSN: 0973-8916)
53 Dr. Rishikesh Shukla Research Article VeselinBivolarski, Tonka Vasileva, Rishikesh Shukla, Arun Goyal and Ilia Iliev (2012) Physiological studies of Leuconostoc mesenteroides strain NRRL B-1149 during cultivation on glucose and fructose media. Journal of Bioscience and Biotechnology, 1(3), 235-240. (ISSN: 1314-6238)
54 Dr. Rishikesh Shukla Research Article Rishikesh Shukla and Arun Goyal (2012) Optimization and scale-up of fermentation of glucansucrase and branched glucan by Pediococcus pentosaceus CRAG3 using Taguchi methodology in bioreactor. Journal of Bioscience and Biotechnology, 1(1), 73-82. (ISSN: 1314-6238)
55 Dr. Rishikesh Shukla Research Article Seema Patel, Damini Kothari, Rishikesh Shukla, Debasish Das and Arun Goyal (2011) Scale up of dextran production from a mutant of Pediococcus pentosaceus (SPAm) using optimized medium in a bioreactor. Brazilian Archives of Biology and Technology, 54(6), 1125-1133. (IF: 0.797) (ISSN: 1678-4324) https://doi.org/10.1590/S1516-89132011000600007
56 Dr. Rishikesh Shukla Research Article Mayur Agrawal, Rishikesh Shukla and Arun Goyal (2011) UV Mutagenesis of Leuconostoc mesenteroidesNRRL B-640 for generation of a mutant (B-640M) with hyper-producing dextransucrase activity. Current Trends in Biotechnology and Pharmacy, 5(4), 1445-1453. (ISSN: 0973-8916)
57 Dr. Rishikesh Shukla Research Article Rishikesh Shukla, Shraddha Shukla, VaselinBivolarski, Ilia Iliev, Iskra Ivanova and Arun Goyal (2011) Structural characterization of insoluble dextran produced in the presence of maltose from Leuconostoc mesenteroidesNRRL B-1149. Food Technology and Biotechnology, 49(3), 291-296. (IF: 3.918) (ISSN: 1330-9862) 10.13140/2.1.2567.7442
58 Dr. Rishikesh Shukla Research Article Rishikesh Shukla, Ilia Iliev and Arun Goyal (2010) Purification and characterization of dextransucrase from Leuconostoc mesenteroidesNRRL B-1149. Biotechnology and Biotechnological Equipment 24(SE); 576-580. (IF: 1.63) (ISSN: 1310-2818) 10.1080/13102818.2010.10817900
59 Dr. Rishikesh Shukla Research Article Avishek Majumder, AnshumaMangtani, Seema Patel, Rishikesh Shukla and Arun Goyal (2009) Gluco-oligosaccharides production from glucan of Leuconostoc mesenteroides NRRL B-742 by microwave assisted hydrolysis. Current Trends in Biotechnology and Pharmacy, 3(4), 405-411. (ISSN: 0973-8916)
60 Dr. Shweta Bhatt Research Article Isolation & Biochemical Characterization of Halotolerant Plant Growth Promoting Rhizobacteria The International Journal of Science &Technoledge ISSN 2321 – 919X Impact Factor: 0.981 (IIFS)
61 Dr. Shweta Bhatt Research Article Alleviation of Impacts of Salt Stress on the Growth Parameters of Groundnut (Arachis hypogaea L.) Employing Halotolerant PGPR International Journal of Advanced Research ISSN 2320-5407 , Volume 7, Issue 4 SJIF 2020-7.337
62 Dr. Shweta Bhatt Research Article Improved Salt Tolerance and Growth Parameters of Groundnut (Arachis hypogaeaL.) Employing Halotolerant Bacillus cereus SVSCD1 isolated from Saurashtra Region, Gujarat Ecology Environment & Conservation 26 (February Suppl. Issue) ISSN 0971–765X IF -0.138
63 Dr. Shweta Bhatt Research Article The novel coronavirus Pandemic 2020: The origin ,Transmission, virion properties and Diagnosis of COVID -19. International Journal of Research and Analytical Reviews ISSN2348-1269, Vol. 7.Issue 4 5.75
64 Dr. Ragini Raghav Research Article The novel coronavirus pandemic 2020: the origin, transmission, virion properties and diagnosis of COVID-19 International Journal Of Research And Analytical Reviews (IJRAR) 2348-1269; Volume 7, Issue 4 5.75 (Google Scholar
65 Dr. Ragini Raghav Research Article Improved Salt Tolerance and Growth parameters of Groundnut (Arachis hypogaea L.) Employing Halotolerant Bacillus cereus SVSCD1 isolated from Saurashtra Region, Gujarat Ecology, Environment and Conservation0971-765X; 26 0.138 (Scopus)
66 Dr. Ragini Raghav Research Article Alleviation of Impacts of Salt Stress on the Growth Parameters of Groundnut (Arachis hypogaea L.) Employing Halotolerant PGPR International Journal of Advanced Research23205407; Volume 7, Issue 4 SJIF 2020-7.337
67 Dr. Ragini Raghav Research Article Exploiting chitosan and gold nanoparticles for antimycobacterial activity of in silico identified antimicrobial motif of human neutrophil peptide-1 Nature- Scientific Reports 20452322/20452322; article no. 7866 4.6 (Scopus)
68 Dr. Ragini Raghav Research Article Immobilization Strategy for Enhancing Sensitivity of Immunosensors: L-Asparagine –AuNPs as a promising alternative of EDC-NHS activated citrate-AuNPs for Antibody Immobilization Biosensors and Bioelectronics 9565663; 78 10.25 (Scopus)
69 Dr. Ragini Raghav Research Article Advancements in Ovarian Cancer Diagnosis: A Journey from Lab to Point of Care Devices.Shikha Sharma, Ragini Raghav, Richard O’Kennedy and Sudha Srivastava Enzyme and Microbial Technology, 2016, 89, 15-30(Impact Factor 3.4; Indexed in Scopus).
70 Dr. Ragini Raghav Research Article Direct ELISA based Reagentless Amperometric Immunosensor for Cancer Antigen 125. Ragini Raghav and Sudha Srivastava NanoTrends 2014, 16(2), 1-6
71 Dr. Ragini Raghav Research Article Gold nanoparticles based colorimetric detection of Cobalt (II) ion. Ragini Raghav and Sudha Srivastava Sensor Letters, 2015, 13(3), 254-258 (Impact Factor 0.5; Indexed in Scopus).
72 Dr. Ragini Raghav Research Article Tailoring oxides of copper-Cu2O and CuO nanoparticles and evaluation of organic dyes degradation.Ragini Raghav, Priyanka Aggarwal and Sudha Srivastava AIP Conference Proceedings, 2016, 1724, 020078 (Indexed in Scopus).
73 Dr. Ragini Raghav Research Article Copper (II) oxide Nanoflakes based Impedimetric Immunosensor for Label Free Determination of Cancer Antigen-125. Ragini Raghav and Sudha Srivastava Sensor Letters, 2016, 14(1), 97-101 (Impact Factor 0.5; Indexed in Scopus).
74 Dr. Anmol Kumar Research Article The Collagen Modifying Enzyme PLOD2 is Induced and Required During L1-mediated Colon Cancer Progression. International Journal of Molecular Sciences ISSN:1661-6596
75 Dr. Anmol Kumar Research Article Vimentin activation in early apoptotic cancer cells errands survival pathways during DNA damage inducer CPT treatment in colon carcinoma model. Cell death and disease ISSN:2041-4889 10(6):467;1-16 2019
76 Dr. Anmol Kumar Research Article Dual Role of Par-4 in abrogation of EMT and switching on Mesenchymal to Epithelial Transition Molecular Carcinogenesis ISSN:1098-2744 57(9):1102-15 2018
77 Dr. Anmol Kumar Research Article Inhibition of Twist1 mediated invasion by Chk2 promotes premature senescence in p53 defective cancer cells Cell Death and Differentiation ISSN: 1476-5403 24(7);1275-87.2017
78 Dr. Anmol Kumar Research Article Development and validation of an indirect competitive ELISA for quantification of recombinant staphylokinase in rabbit plasma: Application to pharmacokinetic study Journal of Immunoassay and Immunochemistry ISSN: 1532-4230 37(3)228-242. 2016
79 Dr. Anmol Kumar Research Article Par-4 dependent modulation of cellular β- catenin by medicinal plant natural product derivative 3- azido Withaferin APar-4 dependent modulation of cellular β- catenin by medicinal plant natural product derivative 3- azido Withaferin A Molecular Carcinogenesis ISSN:1098-2744 55(5);864-881. 2016
80 Dr. Anmol Kumar Research Article Evaluation of a multifunctional staphylokinase variant with thrombin inhibition and antiplatelet aggregation activities produced from salt-inducible E. coli GJ1158 Canadian Journal of Physiology and Pharmacology ISSN: 1205-7541 91(10); 839-847. 2013
81 Dr. Anmol Kumar Research Article In vitro Characterization of a multifunctional staphylokinase variant, expressed from salt inducible bacteria Biomed Research International ISSN: 2314-6141 Article ID- 297305 Vol-2013; 1-12. 2013
82 Dr. Anmol Kumar Research Article Structural prediction and comparative docking studies of psychrophilic ß- Galactosidase with lactose, ONPG and PNPG against its counter parts of mesophilic and thermophilic enzymes Bioinformation ISSN: 0973-2063 6(8): 311-314 (2011).
83 Dr. Anmol Kumar Research Article 10. Evolutionary Trend of Thrombolytics International Journal of Bio-Science & Biotechnology ISSN: 2233-7849 2(4);51-68. 2010
84 Dr. Anmol Kumar Research Article Molecular cloning, expression and in vitro analysis of soluble cationic synthetic antimicrobial peptide from GJ115 Journal of Bioscience and Biotechnology ISSN:1314-6238 2(3)181-88 2013
85 Dr. Anmol Kumar Research Article Isolation, Cloning and Expression of Mature Staphylokinase from Lysogenic Staphylococcus Aureus Collected from a Local Wound Sample in a Salt Inducible E. coli Expression Host International Journal of Advanced Science and Technology ISSN: 2005-4238 30; 35-42 2011
86 Dr. Anmol Kumar Research Article Optimization of Media Components for the Over Production and Enhanced Fibrinolytic Activity of Recombinant Msak – RGD – Hirulog from E. coli GJ1158 International Journal of Bio-Science and Bio-Technology ISSN: 2233-7849 5(3);181-198 2013
87 Dr. Anmol Kumar Research Article Staphylokinase: a boon in medical sciences – review Mintage journal of Pharmaceutical & Medical Sciences ISSN: 2320-3315 2(2), 28-34 2013
88 Dr. Anmol Kumar Research Article Statistical Optimization of Media Components for Enhanced Production of the Recombinant Staphylokinase Variant from Salt Inducible E.coli GJ1158 International Journal of Bio-Science and Bio-Technology ISSN: 2233-7849 4(4); 27-40 2012
89 Dr. Anmol Kumar Research Article Cost effective process for the production of fungal l-asparaginases from pencilliumsps.isolated from local soil samples Sciences Mintage journal of Pharmaceutical & Medical ISSN: 2320-3315 2(2), 45-50 2013
90 Dr. Anmol Kumar Research Article Large Scale Production of Soluble Recombinant Staphylokinase Variant from Cold Shock Expression System using IPTG Inducible E. coli BL21(DE3) International Journal of Bio-Science and Bio-Technology ISSN: 2233-7849 5(4);107-116 2013.
91 Dr. Anmol Kumar Research Article Cloning and High Level Expression of Recombinant Heterologous Fusion Protein SAK- RGD in Methanol Inducible Pichia pastoris GS115.
92 Dr. Leena Ambasana Research Article Psychrophiles: cold adaptation Research & Reviews: A Journal of Life Sciences Volume 3 Issue 3
93 Dr. Leena Ambasana Research Article Optimization of process parameters for enhanced thermostable lipase production by bacillus subtilis shvsc04. International Journal of Advanced Research (IJAR) Volume 7 Issue 11
94 Dr. Leena Ambasana Research Article Debashis Banerjee, Biswajit Maiti, S.K. Girisha, M.N.Venugopal and IndraniKarunasagar (2015)A crustin isoform from black tiger shrimp, Penaeus monodon exhibits broad spectrum anti-bacterial activity. Aquaculture Reports (2: 106-111).
95 Dr. Leena Ambasana Research Article Debashis Banerjee, Biswajit Maiti, S.K. Girisha, M.N.Venugopal, and IndraniKarunasagar (2015) Broad spectrum anti-bacterial activity of a recombinant phosphatase-like protein isolated from the shrimp Penaeus monodon. The Israeli Journal of Aquaculture - Bamidgeh (IJA_67.2015.1146).
96 Dr. Leena Ambasana Research Article Debashis Banerjee, M.A. Hamod, T. Suresh and IndraniKarunasagar. (2014) Isolation and characterization of a nodavirus associated with mass mortality in Asian seabass (Lates calcarifer) from the west coast of India. VirusDisease, 25(4): 425-429.

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Placement

Zydus-Cadila – Ahmedabad Reliance Industries – Jamnagar
SynZeal Research Private Limited – Ahmedabad Piramal Healthcare Pvt. Ltd. – Ahmedabad
Karvy Therapeutics – Haripar. Oxygen Helathcare Pvt. Ltd. – Ahmedabad
MegPi Chemicals – Veraval, Rajkot. Essar Oil – Jamnagar
Sugam Polytec Pvt. Ltd. – Bamanbore Endoc Lifecare Pvt. Ltd. -Rajkot
Anlon CRO, Rajkot. Meghmani Organics Ltd. – Anand
SNJ Labs Pvt. Ltd. -Shapar Pesticide India – Ankleshwar
Mahi Milk – Bhavnagar Makson Pharmaceutical (I) Pvt. Ltd – Surendranagar

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