2017

Publication

  1. T. Ahmad, R. Phul, N. Khatoon, M. Sardar Antibacterial efficacy of Ocimum sanctum leaf extract-treated iron oxide nanoparticles TEM of nanoparticles and SEM of bacterial cells were done from SAIF-AIIMS.
  2. Navin Kumar Mogha, Saransh Gosain, Dhanraj T. Masram Gold nanoworms immobilized graphene oxide polymer brush nanohybrid for catalytic degradation studies of organic dyes Applied Surface Science,396, 1427-1434, (2017), ISSN- 0169-4332, IF-3.150
  3. Navin Kumar Mogha, Sugat Kirti, Dhanraj T. Masram La2O3/Reduced graphene oxide nanocomposite: A highly efficient, reusable heterogeneous catalyst for the synthesis of biologically important bis(indolyl)methanes under solvent free conditions Journal of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology,17, 2508-2514, (2017), ISSN- 1533-4880, IF-1.338
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  5. Nidhi Sharotri and Dhiraj Sud Studies on visible light induced photocatalysis by synthesized novel Mn-S co-doped TiO2 for remediation of pollutants Separation and purification technology
  6. Isha Saini, Annu Sharma, Rajnish Dhiman, Sanjeev Aggarwal, Sita Ram, Pawan K. Sharma Grafted SiC nanocrystals: For enhanced optical, electrical and mechanical properties of polyvinyl alcohol Journal of Alloys and Compounds 714 (2017) 172-180
  7. Himani Chauhan, Manoj K Singh, Praveen Kumar, Safir Ahmad Hashmi and Sasanka Deka Development of SnS2/RGO nanosheet composite for cost-effective aqueous hybrid supercapacitors Nanotechnology 28 (2017) 025401
  8. Tonkeswar Das, Himani Chauhan, Sasanka Deka, Shanky Chaudhary, Ratan Boruah, Binoy K. Saikia Promising carbon nanosheet-based supercapacitor electrode materials from low-grade coals Microporous and Mesoporous Materials, Volume 253, 15 November 2017, Pages 80–90
  9. Meenakshi Chauhan, Kasala Prabhakar Reddy, Chinnakonda S. Gopinath, and Sasanka Deka Copper Cobalt Sulphide Nanosheets Realizing Promising Electrocatalytic Oxygen Evolution Reaction ACS Catalysis, DOI: 10.1021/acscatal.7b01831
  10. Manoj Verma, M. Boazbou Newmai and P. Senthil Kumar Synergistic effect of Au–Ag nano-alloying: intense SEIRA and enhanced catalysis Dalton Transactions, 2017, 46, 9664

Projects

  1. chatwal to formulate and evaluate nanoemulsion nanoemulsion of poorly water soluble drug.
  2. RS Sethi, AK Arora, Opinder Singh, Arif Ahmad Pandit, Mahwash Nazki, Asiya Lone Stereological analysis of normal and inflamed Buffalo lung To fully understand the mechanisms of lower airway inflammation associated with many bovine disease , we must first identify baseline “normal” structural characteristics of the buffalo lung. To develop a detailed understanding of the morphology of the buffalo lung, stereological methods are being adapted and applied to the lungs from healthy buffalo and challenged with other respiratory disease causing bacteria

2016

Publication

  1. Rahisuddin and Akrema Extracellular synthesis of silver dimer nanoparticles using Callistemon viminalis (bottlebrush) extract and evaluation of their antibacterial activity SPECTROSCOPY LETTERS 2016, VOL. 49, NO. 4, 268–275
  2. Ufana Riaz,* S. M. Ashraf,‡ Sanjay Kumar Saroj, Mohd Zeeshan and Sapana Jadoun Microwave-assisted solid state intercalation of Rhodamine B and polycarbazole in bentonite clay interlayer space: structural characterization and photophysics of double intercalation RSC Adv., 2016, 6, 34534
  3. Sharma A. Kohli P. Singh Y. Schumann P. Lal R. Fictibacillus halophilus sp. nov., isolated from a microbial mat of a hot spring situated atop the Himalayan Ranges at Manikaran. International Journal of Systematic and Evolutionary Microbiology, 2016, 66; 2409-2416
  4. Nayyar N. Kohli P. Mahato NK. Lal R. Pontibacter mucosus sp. nov., isolated from hexachlorocyclohexane contaminated pond sediment. International Journal of Systematic and Evolutionary Microbiology, 2016, 66; 2234-2240
  5. Rani P. Mukherjee U. Verma H. Kamra K. Lal R. Luteimonas tolerans sp. nov., isolated from hexachlorocyclohexane (HCH) contaminated soil, Lucknow, India. International Journal of Systematic and Evolutionary Microbiology, 2016, 66; 1851-1856
  6. Kumari R. Singh P. Schumann P. Lal R. Tessaracoccus flavus sp. nov., isolated from the drainage system of a lindane producing factory. International Journal of Systematic and Evolutionary Microbiology, 2016, 66: 1862-1868
  7. Kohli P. Nayyar N. Sharma A. Singh AK. Lal R. Pontibacter virosus sp. nov., isolated from a hexachlorocyclohexane contaminated dumpsite. International Journal of Systematic and Evolutionary Microbiology, 2016, doi: 10.1099/ijsem.0.001363
  8. Kohli P. Nayyar N. Sharma A. Singh AK. Lal R. Pontibacter virosus sp. nov., isolated from a hexachlorocyclohexane contaminated dumpsite. International Journal of Systematic and Evolutionary Microbiology, 2016, doi: 10.1099/ijsem.0.001363
  9. Kohli P. Nayyar N. Sharma A. Singh AK. Lal R. Pontibacter virosus sp. nov., isolated from a hexachlorocyclohexane contaminated dumpsite. International Journal of Systematic and Evolutionary Microbiology, 2016, doi: 10.1099/ijsem.0.001363
  10. Negi V. Singh Y. Schumann P. Lal R. Corynebacterium pollutisoli sp. nov., isolated from Hexachlorocyclohexane contaminated soil at Ummari, Lucknow, India. International Journal of Systematic and Evolutionary Microbiology, 2016, 66; 3531-3537
  11. Kohli P. Nayyar N. Sharma A. Singh AK. Lal R Algoriphagus roseus sp. nov., isolated from a hexachlorocyclohexane contaminated dumpsite. International Journal of Systematic and Evolutionary Microbiology, 2016, doi: 10.1099/ijsem.0.001233
  12. Obaid ur Rahman and Sharif Ahmad Soy Polyester Urethane/TiO2 and Ce-TiO2 Nanocomposites: Preparation, Characterization and Evaluation of Electrochemical Corrosion Resistance Performance
  13. Saroj Kumar Ghosh and Padmanabha Chakrabarti Morphological and histochemical studies on the olfactory rosette of bagrid catfish, Rita kuturnee (Sykes, 1839) In the present study, the functional anatomy, histological features and histochemical localization of two enzymes viz., alkaline phosphatase (ALPase) and adenosine triphosphatase (ATPase) of the olfactory epithelium in Rita kuturnee were described. The structural organization of the olfactory epithelium was studied by using the histological and histochemical techniques. The morpho-anatomical study revealed that the paired olfactory chambers were situated at the dorsal-lateral sides of the snout, which was communicated outside by an anterior and posterior nasal openings. The elongated olfactory rosette lied at the bottom of chamber and supported with 54-56 lamellae on either side of the central narrow raphe. The histological analysis characterized the olfactory epithelium of lamellae which was made up of receptor, flagellated supporting, non-flagellated supporting, labyrinth, mucous and basal cells. Intense alkaline phosphatase and adenosine triphosphatase activity were evidenced in the receptor cells, supporting cells, basal cells and also in blood cells of the central core. Various cells lining the olfactory epithelium were correlated with the functional significance of the fish was concerned.
  14. Saroj Kumar Ghosh and Padmanabha Chakrabarti Comparative studies on histology and histochemistry of pancreas between Labeo calbasu (Hamilton, 1822) and Mystus gulio (Hamilton, 1822) The cellular architecture and histochemical nature of the enzyme secretory acinar cells of pancreas have been investigated in two species of fish, Labeo calbasu and Mystus gulio having different feeding habits. Histological analysis illustrates that the exocrine pancreatic tissues are scattered within the hepatic parenchyma as hepatopancreas and spleen as spleenpancreas in L. calbasu. The structural analysis also shows that exocrine as well as endocrine pancreatic tissues are also diffused in the adipose tissues in between the intestinal coiling of L. calbasu. In M. gulio the discrete pancreatic tissue is attached to the outer wall of the stomach and formed cluster of acini interspersed with small areas of islet of Langerhans and blood vessels. The exocrine pancreatic acinar cells are provided with conspicuous nuclei and densely packed acidophilic zymogen granules. The endocrine component of pancreas, islet of Langerhans is encircled by a thin connective tissue and comprised of α, β and δ cells. Different cell types in the islets are differentiated based mainly upon their shape, position, staining intensity and density of the cytoplasmic secretory granules. α cells contain sparse cytoplasm and densely stained nuclei, are generally located to the periphery of the islet. Aldehyde fuchsin positive β cells bear spherical nucleus and granular cytoplasm, are in the center of islet of Langerhans contacted with blood vessels. δ cells are few in number with light stained nuclei disperse in the pancreatic islet. Histochemical detection displays that the zymogen granules of exocrine acinar cells showing variegated intensities of tryptophan reaction, the precursor of numerous pancreatic enzymes which probably related to the food and feeding habits of the fishes concerned. The zymogen granules are larger in size and heavily deposited in the acinar cells of hepatopancreas of L. calbasu in comparison to M. gulio may be correlated with the herbivorous feeding habit in respect to secretion of digestive enzymes.
  15. Suman Mishra and Rajnikant Mishra Biochemical and molecular characterization of mitochondrial membrane-bound arginase in Heteropneustes fossilis Suman Mishra and Rajnikant Mishra (2016) Biochemical and molecular characterization of mitochondrial membrane-bound arginase in Heteropneustes fossilis. Molecular Biology Reports. (IF-2.02) ISSN: 1573-4978 (Online) 0301-4851 (Print)
  16. Suman Mishra and Rajnikant Mishra Biochemical and molecular characterization of mitochondrial membrane-bound arginase in Mus musculus Suman Mishra and Rajnikant Mishra (2016) Biochemical and molecular characterization of mitochondrial membrane-bound arginase in Mus musculus. Scientifica (Accepted). (IF-0.00) ISSN: 1573-4978 (Online) 0301-4851 (Print)
  17. Navin Kumar Mogha, Vikrant Sahu, Meenakshi Sharma, Raj Kishore Sharma, Dhanraj T. Masram Biocompatible ZrO2– Reduced Graphene Oxide immobilized AChE biosensor for Chlorpyrifos detection Materials and Design, 111, 312-320, (2016), ISSN- 0264-1275, IF-3.997.
  18. Manoj Verma, Abhitosh Kedia, and P. Senthil Kumar Gold-Copper alloy “nano-dumplings” with tunable compositions and plasmonic properties AIP Conference Proceedings
  19. Roy et al. 2016 Ultrastructure of ovotestis of young and adult pulmonate mollusk, Macrochlamys indica Benson, 1832 TEM analysis of gonad of hermaphrodite mollusk
  20. Roy et al. 2016 Ultrastructure of ovotestis of young and adult pulmonate mollusk, Macrochlamys indica Benson, 1832 Histological study of Molluscan gonad
  21. Himani Chauhan, Kiran Soni, Mukesh Kumar, and Sasanka Deka Tandem Photocatalysis of Graphene-Stacked SnS2 Nanodiscs and Nanosheets with Efficient Carrier Separation, ACS Omega 2016, 1, 127−137 (TEM done at AIIMS facility)
  22. Mukesh Kumar, Kiran Soni, Biswarup Satpati, Chinnakonda S. Gopinath and Sasanka Deka Exploration of magnetically separable Ag@AgxNiy core/graded-alloy-shell nanostructures, Chem. Commun., 2016, 52, 8737--8740
  23. 23. Khan Idrees Mohd, Meena Mrigesh, Balwinder Singh and Ishwar Singh Ultrastructural study on the Granulocytes of Uttara Fowl (Gallus Domesticus) Veterinary World. 9(3): 320-325

Patent

2015

Publication

  1. Akrema and Rahisuddin Biomediated Unmodified Silver Nanoparticles as a Green Probe for Cu2+ Ion Detection SENSOR LETTERS Vol. 13, 953–960, 2015
  2. Ufana Riaz & S. M. Ashraf & Munazah Farooq Effect of pH on the microwave-assisted degradation of methyl orange using poly(1-naphthylamine) nanotubes in the absence of UV–visible radiation Colloid Polym Sci (2015) 293:1035–1042
  3. Subhra Prakash Hui, Tapas Chandra Nag and Sukla Ghosh Characterization of proliferating neural progenitors after spinal cord injury in adult zebrafish. Plos One 10(12): e0143595. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0143595 Impact factor 3.24 ISSN: 1932-6203
  4. Priya Kush, Kalyanjyoti Deori, Anup Kumar and Sasanka Deka Efficient hydrogen/oxygen evolution and photocatalytic dye degradation and reduction of aqueous Cr(VI) by surfactant free hydrophilic Cu2ZnSnS4 nanoparticles J. Mater. Chem. A, 2015,3, 8098-8106
  5. Anjali Goel, Rajni Lasyal Degradation of Orange G dye by hexacyanoferrate (III)ions in the presence of Iridium nano particles :effect of system parameter and kinetic study The kinetics of the catalytic degradation of Orange G (OG), an azo dye containing two sulphonic groups, by hexacyanoferrate(III) ions (HCF(III)) in the presence of iridium nanoparticles (Ir nano) has been investigatedBased on the experimental results, a plausible reaction mechanism involving complex formation and rate law has been derived.
  6. Anujit Ghosal, Obaid Ur Rahman, and Sharif Ahmad High-Performance Soya Polyurethane Networked Silica Hybrid Nanocomposite Coatings
  7. Suman Mishra and Rajnikant Mishra Effect of KCl concentration on mitochondrial integrity 6. Suman Mishra and Rajnikant Mishra(2015), Effect of KCl concentration on mitochondrial integrity. International Journal of Proteomics, http://dx.doi.org/10.1155/2015/647408 (IF-0) ISSN: 2090-2174 (Online); 2090-2166 (Print)
  8. Nidhi Sharotri and Dhiraj Sud Greener approach to synthesize visible light responsive nanoporous S-doped TiO2 with enhanced photocatalytic activity, New Journal of Chemistry, 2015, 39, 2217
  9. Nidhi Sharotri and Dhiraj Sud One pot synthesis of Nanosized anion doped TiO2: correlation of reaction conditionwith surface morphology and optical properties AIP Conf. Proc. 1675, 030076 (2015); http://dx.doi.org/10.1063/1.4929292.
  10. Priya Kush, Kalyanjyoti Deori, Anup Kumar and Sasanka Deka Efficient hydrogen/oxygen evolution and photocatalytic dye degradation and reduction of aqueous Cr(VI) by surfactant free hydrophilic Cu2ZnSnS4 nanoparticles J. Mater. Chem. A, 2015, 3, 8098

2014

Publication

  1. Ramita, Nidhi and Dhiraj Sud, Ultrasound assisted synthesis of visible light responsive nitrogen doped TiO2 nano photocatalyst, Advanced Material Research Journal, 856, 22-24, 2014.
  2. Yadav, G.C., Singh Ishwar and Mrigesh Meena Electron microscopic observations on the granulocytes of Kadaknath fowl. Indian Journal of Poultry Science.49 (3). 328-330

2013

Publication

  1. A.K.Saikia, U.K.Mandal, Saroj Aggarwal, Preparation and Controlled Release Characteristics of Thermoresponsive PEG/poly (NIPAM-co-AMPS) Hydrogels Published in International Journal of Polymeric Materials & Polymeric Biomaterials, Taylor & Francis,Vol.62(1):39-44(2013), DOI:10.1080/00914037.2012.664208.
  2. A.K.Saikia, Saroj Aggarwal, U.K.Mandal Swelling Dynamics of poly (NIPAM-co-AMPS) Hydrogels Synthesized using PEG as Macroinitiator -Effect of AMPS content. Published in Journal of Polymer Research, Springer, Vol.20 (1):31(2013), DOI: 10.1007/s10965-012-0031-2.
  3. Suresh Mehta, Ishwar Singh and Meena Mrigesh Transmission electron microscopic characterization on platelets of pig. Veterinary Practitioner 14(2): 2120-211

2012

Publication

  1. Aditya Kumar , Ishwar Singh and Meena Mrigesh Transmission electron mMicroscopic studies on agranulocytes and platelets of sheep Indian Journal of Animal Sciences 82 (1) 60-62
  2. Suresh Mehta, Ishwar Singh and Meena Mrigesh Transmission electron microscopic characterization of granulocytes of pig (Sus scrofa) Indian Journal of Animal Sciences 82 (3): 278-281

Awards

  1. Meena Mrigesh et al. Transmission electron microscopic characterization of blood cells of Equus asinus’ Young Scientist award in7th USSTC for poster at Graphic Era, Dehradun. 21-23 Nov. 2012