Ever since its inception in 1963, SJCE has been in a continuous pursuit of excellence in imparting technical education. Identifying the parameters of input, processing and out put, this institute has left no stone unturned in achieving its goal. As a part of the institutes expansion program the department of Biotechnology was instituted in the year 2002.

The Department of Biotechnology at SJCE provides a full education within the integrated fields of Biotechnology. Our courses span from introductory classes on bachelor level to advanced courses on master level and doctoral programs .An important part of the education is the Master Project which is part of the official research with one of our research groups.

As a student you will typically follow the designed curriculum of study. It is also possible to take up inter Departmental courses. On these pages you can find an overview of all Courses offered by the Department of Biotechnology. B.E, M.Tech, PhD

If you need help planning your studies you are always welcome to contact our Staff advisors.

The department is proud of technical and innovative excellence of its faculty. The department also boasts of modern and fully equipped laboratories and state of art infrastructure. The syllabus which has been designed by renowned academicians with input from industrial personnel is in tune with the latest developments in the biotech arena and has been chalked out keeping in mind the career prospects for students. The students are thus equipped with an in depth understanding of the field with an updated perspective of most recent developments around the world, thereby making them technically superior and cut above other graduates.

The department has a strong team of faculty drawn from both biological science and engineering background. This enables in imparting to students an amalgamated knowledge of science and Engineering.

To empower faculty and students achieve professional excellence in academics and research to solve global problems for the betterment of Human welfare
  1. To nurture students to be competent and committed Biotech Engineers dedicated to the service of the nation.
  2. To create an ambience where student and teaching fraternity generate newer ideas, innovative knowledge and engage themselves in cutting edge research equipping them as leaders and innovators of competitive tomorrow.
  3. To provide students with skills and exploratory experience through a dynamic curriculum that enable them to reach their fullest potential to be enterprising and employable
Program Educational Objectives (PEOs)
  • PEO 1- Function as competent biotech engineers and educators in a broad array of engineering disciplines.
  • PEO 2- Exhibit industry readiness and to pursue higher studies and research in a competitive global environment.
  • PEO 3- Demonstrate professional and entrepreneurial skills, ethical attitude, excellent communication skills and openness to continuous learning as an effective team member.
Programme Specific Outcome (PSOs)
  • PSO 1– To generate employable Biotech engineers.
  • PSO 2– To enhance sponsored research through excellence in scientific and technical education consultancy services in socially relevant areas and solve problems of national concern.
  • PSO 3– To inculcate a spirit of entrepreneurship with intellectual capability to be a leader of global credibility.
PROGRAMME OUTCOMES (POs) Engineering Graduates will be able to:
  1. Engineering knowledge: Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals, and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems.
  2. Problem analysis: Identify, formulate, review research literature, and analyze complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences, and engineering sciences.
  3. Design/development of solutions: Design solutions for complex engineering problems and design system components or processes that meet the specified needs with appropriate consideration for the public health and safety, and the cultural, societal, and environmental considerations.
  4. Conduct investigations of complex problems: Use research-based knowledge and research methods including design of experiments, analysis and interpretation of data, and synthesis of the information to provide valid conclusions.
  5. Modern tool usage: Create, select, and apply appropriate techniques, resources, and modern engineering and IT tools including prediction and modeling to complex engineering activities with an understanding of the limitations.
  6. The engineer and society: Apply reasoning informed by the contextual knowledge to assess societal, health, safety, legal and cultural issues and the consequent responsibilities relevant to the professional engineering practice.
  7. Environment and sustainability: Understand the impact of the professional engineering solutions in societal and environmental contexts, and demonstrate the knowledge of, and need for sustainable development.
  8. Ethics: Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics, responsibilities, and norms of the engineering practice.
  9. Individual and teamwork: Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings.
  10. Communication: Communicate effectively on complex engineering activities with the engineering community and with society at large, such as, being able to comprehend and write effective reports and design documentation, make effective presentations, and give and receive clear instructions.
  11. Project management and finance: Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the engineering and management principles and apply these to one’s own work, as a member and leader in a team, to manage projects and in multidisciplinary environments.
  12. Life-long learning: Recognize the need for, and have the preparation and ability to engage in independent and life-long learning in the broadest context of technological change.

OBE Administration

Programmes Offered

UG details

PG details

Research Programmes

B.E. (Biotechnology): 4 years duration

M.Tech. (Biotechnology): 2 Years duration

 M.Sc. (Engineering) by research.
Doctoral Program.

Know your Faculty

 

1

Dr. HARAPRASAD N

Professor & Deputy Registrar, JSS STU

2

Dr. NAGENDRA PRASAD M N

Associate Professor & Head

3

Dr. SANJAY K R

Associate Professor

4

Dr. NANJUNDASWAMY S

Associate Professor

5

Dr. HEMA B P

Assistant Professor

6

LAKSHMI S Assistant Professor

7

Dr. Pallavi Vasthrad

V Professor

Curriculum & Timetable

• Department has obtained huge grants from National agencies like DST, SERB, UGC, VGST, AICTE ( Details as above ) which has been utilized in upgrading advance research facilities.

• Department has established MOU with USDA, USA and National University of Singapore, Singapore.

• Department has developed first nested PCR for early detection of destructive die-back disease of Neem trees and their molecular characterization which is now a national concern.

• Department has initiated and successfully completed first leg of the project on developing a process for bio diesel production from Diatoms

• Department has worked extensively on cancer research which is reflected by an ongoing International joint research project with Stellenbosch University, South Africa.

• Department has ongoing research and development in the area of Life style diseases Viz., Diabetes, Nephrolithiasis and gastroenteritis.

• Department of Biotechnology have successfully hosted two Project Advisory Committee (PAC) meeting in the field of Life Sciences and Chemistry sponsored by DST SERB, Gov. of India.

Distinguished Alumni of Department of Biotechnology

  • Mr. Yashas R, works at Elly Lilly, USA
  • Ms. SampreethaHebli, Sr. Project Data Manager at Chiltern clinical research, India
  • Ms. RemyaThilakan, senior scientist at Nova-Nortis, Bengaluru
  • Mr. Harshavardhan J B works at GE, Bengaluru
  • Mr. Raghavendra H, Senior software consultant at Samsung Electronics
  • Dr. Nagarjun V, Faculty at Indian Institute of Science Education and Research (IISER) Bhopal, M.P.
  • Mr. Amit Bhaneprabhu, Senior Consultant at Murex, Singapore
  • Mr. Vikram B, Captain at Indian army, Government of India
  • Mr. Sagar K Bhat, Research Head at Kaypeeyes Biotech, Mysuru
  • Ms. Vinutha N works at Genome institute, Singapore
  • Ms. Razmi Raj model and TV artist of South India
  • Mr. Abhishek M.S. Senior scientist at Biocon Research center
  • Mr. Hemanth PandithCaptain at Indian Army, Government of India
  • Ms. Reshma Hegde, works at Mount Sinai Health system, NY, USA
  • Mr. Harshal S, Chief operating Officer at Vittal Bioscientific solutions
  • Lt. Amshumantha S K. Lieutent atIndian Navy,Government of India
  • Mr. Shashank S, program producer at Colours Super channel
  • Ms. Deepika Prasad works at Roche, Biggleswade,UK
  • Ms. Vismaya M. N. entrepreneur of startup -Maum Maya
  • Ms. Deepthi Rao, Researcher at Stanford University
  • Mr. Amit Sinha, Entrepreneur at Patna, Bihar
  • Ms. Nandini Ravindran, works at Ideaya Biosciences, USA
  • Ms. Chithra S Entrepreneur at Mysuru
  • Mr. Pramod Nandan, Product manager at NRR &Sons,Mysuru

Rank Holders in Bachelor of Engineering 

Sl. No. Name Batch
1 Ms. Yashaswi B.R. 2007-2011
2 Ms. Shivashree P 2008-2012
3 Ms. Pranitha V. Patil 2009-2013
4 Ms. Sushmitha Shankar 2010-2014
5 Ms. Poojitha Bhat 2011-2015
6 Ms. UmmeyMisbhaMalaghan 2012-2016
7 Ms. Keerthana S R 2013-2017
8 Ms. Deeksha M G 2014-2018

 Rank Holders in Master of Technology

Sl. No. Name Batch
1 Mr. Prabhanjan Gai 2011-13
2 Ms. Yashaswini 2012-14
3 Ms. Rashmi V 2013-15
4 Mr. Sanketh Patil 2014-16
5 Ms. Subbalakshmi R 2015-17

 

 

 

Dr. M. N. Nagendra Prasad
Associate Professor & Head
Department of Biotechnology
Sri Jayachamarajendra College of Engineering
JSS TI Campus, Mysuru – 570 006
Tel: 91-821-2548295
Fax: 91-821-2548290
Mobile : +91-9886480528
e-mail: mnnagendraprasad@sjce.ac.in

 
 2016- 17
  •  M.N.Nagendra Prasad Completed a DST-SERB, New Delhi fast track Research project for 20 lakhs as Principal Investigator entitled “Development of nested PCR for the early detection of Phomopsis azadirachtae– the causative agent of die-back disease of neem and their molecular characterization.
  • Dr. N. Haraprasad and Dr. Hema B.P. organized MHRD sponsored GIAN programme on “Personalized cancer medicine” from 29th May to 12th June 2017-Rs.8.4lakhs
  • K.R. Sanjay completed “Isolation and characterization of Diatom species and process development for biofuel production”. Department of Science and Technology, Science and Engineering Research Board. Rs. 24lakhs
  • S. Nanjunda Swamy completed “A new perception for neutralization of venom toxicity: Structure based drug design for down regulating L aminoacid oxidase from Indian Cobra Naja naja”. Visveswaraya Technological University,Rs.6.02lakhs
 2017-18
  • S. Nanjunda Swamy completed “Targeting inflammatory pathway(s) for the treatment of hepatocellular carcinoma by novel N-substituted imidazole-4-carbaldehyde derivatives” Department of Science and Technology,Rs.25lakhs
 2018-19
  • S. Nanjunda Swamy completed “Targeting Autophagy for Brain cancer Drug Discovery” Indo-South Africa project. ” Department of Science and Technology,Rs.33.54lakhs
2016- 17
  • M.N.Nagendra Prasad Deposited 25 sequences of Phomopsis azadirachtae the causative agent of destructive die-back disease of Neem from different agro-climatic areas in NCBI, GeneBank. Japan and USA
  • M.N.Nagendra Prasad was appointed as EVC member by AICTE, New Delhi from 2016 till date
  • M.N.Nagendra Prasad guided Dr.Ramith for his Doctoral degree on the thesis titled “Investigation of Banana (Musa. sp. var. Nanjangud Rasabale) Flower and Pseudostem in the management of hyperglycemia” for the award of Ph.D.
  • M.N.Nagendra Prasad was invited by IFIMED Pharmaceuticals PVT. Ltd. for chairing session and for providing scientific inputs on the launching ceremony of their new hypertension tablet “Cidney”.
  • N. Haraprasad got ‘Leadership practice’ certification, Awarded by Chartered Management Institute, United Kingdom – 2016
  • Dr. N. Haraprasad and Dr. Hema B.P. organized MHRD sponsored GIAN programme on “Personalized cancer medicine” from 29th May to 12th June 2017-Rs.8.4lakhs
  • Delivered 14, six special lectures in different engineering colleges and eight in Research Methodologies Workshop organized by VTU E-Learning Centre
  • S. Nanjunda Swamy completed “A new perception for neutralization of venom toxicity: Structure based drug design for down regulating L aminoacid oxidase from Indian Cobra Naja naja”. Visveswaraya Technological University,Rs.6.02lakhs
  • “Targeting inflammatory pathway(s) for the treatment of hepatocellular carcinoma by novel N-substituted imidazole-4-carbaldehyde derivatives” Department of Science and Technology,Rs.25lakhs
  • S. Nanjunda Swamy, guided K. Shalini- Defluoridation of Fluoride Contaminated Ground Water using Electrochemical Coagulation and Fungi – VTU
  • R. Shivalingu- Antioxidants-Biological response modifiers of oxidative stress induced diseases– UOM
  • Raghu Ram Achar- Isolation and pharmacological characterization of the bioactives from Caralluma umbellata plant-– UOM
  • Zohara Nafeesa- Targeting Hypertension by Bioactive Phytochemicals-– UOM
  • Hema B.P. delivered special lecture on gene transfer techniques and their applications at Sarada Vilas college, Mysuru on 10th March 2017
2017-18
  • M. N. Nagendra Prasad was nominated as review member in top International scientific journals Viz, Scientific Reports from nature publishing group, 3Biotech, Food Chemistry, Phytomedicine so-on
  • M .N.Nagendra Prasad published International Book chapter “An overview. Metabolic disorders in the series on recent progress in medicinal plants”. Stadium Press, USA
  • M.N.Nagendra Prasad delivered a lecture on “Immunology of Allergic Rhinitis & Sinusitis” on 6th October 2018, to eminent doctors and company ececutives organized by IFIMED Pharmaceuticals Pvt. Ltd at Regenta Central Herald, Mysore.
  • M. N.Nagendra Prasad guided Dr.Prithvi Shirahatti for her Doctoral degree on the thesis titled Development of nested PCR for species-specific detection of Phomopsis azadirachtae, the causal agent of die-back disease of neem and their molecular characterization” for the award of Ph.D.
  • M.N.Nagendra Prasad delivered a lecture on “Advance Microscopy” in Faculty of Life Sciences, JSS University, Mysore.
2018-19
  • M. N. Nagendra Prasad was appointed as expert committee member in Biotechnology by National Board of Accreditation, New Delhi in 2018
  • M.N.Nagendra Prasad guided a Post-Doctoral fellow Dr.Syed Baker, on the topic “Development of Bio conjugated drugs from endophytes against multi drug resistant microorganisms”
  • M.N.Nagendra Prasad was awarded best poster award in National conference on “ Advances and Innovations in Biotechnology”, held at School of Basic and Applied Sciences, Dayananda Sagar University, Bangalore on 15th and 16th November 2018.
  • M.N.Nagendra Prasad started mentoring Ms. Aishwarya Devi to her Ph.D degree through ICMR- Senior Research Fellowship.
  • Department of Biotechnology has got accredited for 3 years for NBA with 712 marks, which is highest among all the participated departments from SJCE.
  • Ms Aishwarya S(University Seat Number 4JC12PGN07) was guided by K.R. Sanjay and awarded Ph.D. for thesis work entitled “Microbial synthesis of Gold, Silver and Cadmium sulf ide nanoparticles and their effect on cancer cells.”  2018
  • S. Nanjunda Swamy, guided Priyanka Uday for doctoral degree on the thesis entitled Isolation, Characterization and Pharmacological Evaluation of Protease(s) From Medicinal Plants
  • M .N. Nagendra Prasad has been invited to deliver a special lecture on the topic “Microbes: the living factories” at JSS Academy of Higher Education and Research, Mysore on 15-12-2018.
  • Hema B.P. was selected to participate in AICTE-UKIERI Technical leadership skills programme and successfully completed the first phase from 13th Nov to Nov 16th 2018.
2018
  1. Baker Syed., Nagendra Prasad M N., Mohan Kumar K and Satish S. (2018). Bioconjugated nano-bactericidal complex for potent activity against human and phytopathogens with concern of global drug resistant crisis. Science of the Total Environment. 637-638/ 274-281.DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.sciotenv.2018.04.405. (IF=5.09)
  1. Baker Syed., Nikhil Karthik., Prithvi Bhat., Nalini Bisht., Ashwini Prasad., Satish S and Nagendra Prasad M N. (2018) Phyto-biologic bimetallic nanoparticles bearing antibacterial activity against human pathogens.  Journal of King Saud University – Science.10: DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/jksu.2018.01.008 . 
  1. Baker Syed, Prithvi S Bhat , Nalini Bisht , R. Nikhil Karthik , Davronovn Farangis-Rakhimova, Aishwarya T. Devi , Ashwini Prasad , S. Satish ,  Nanjunda Swamy, M.N. Nagendra Prasad Phytobiological Mediated Production of Silver Nanoparticles from Garcinia indica and Their Bactericidal Potential. Journal of Biologically Active Products from Nature, Accepted -2018. (IF=0.8) 
  1. S. Shashidhara, Madhu., Rhea muthappa., Vivek, Nagendra Prasad. 2018. Charecterization of peroxidase enzyme and detoxification of phenols using peroxidase enzyme obtained from Zea mays. L. waste. Applied Water Science. 8: 207.
  2.  Aishwarya & K. R. Sanjay (2018) Photodynamic therapy on skin melanoma and epidermoid carcinoma cells using conjugated 5- aminolevulinic acid with microbial synthesised silver nanoparticles, Journal of Drug Targeting, https://doi.org/10.1080/1061186X.2018.1531418. IF: 3.6.
  1. S. Karthik, H. M. Manukumar, S. Sandeep, B. L. Sudarshan,  S. Nagashree,aL. Mallesha, K. P. Rakesh, K. R. Sanjay, P. Mallu  and Hua-Li Qin (2018). Development of piperazine-1-carbothioamide chitosan silver nanoparticles (P1C-Tit*CAgNPs) as a promising anti-inflammatory candidate: a molecular docking validation. MedChemCommunication.2018 Apr 4;9(4):713-724. doi: 10.1039/c7md00628d. I.F:2.7
  1. Aishwarya & K. R. Sanjay (2018) Conjugation study of 5-aminolevulinic acid with microbial synthesized gold nanoparticles to evaluate its effect on skin melanoma and epidermoid arcinoma cell lines using photodynamic cancer therapy.Gold Bulletin ,Volume 51, Issue 1–2, pp 11–19I.F:1.8.
  1. K. Maheshwar, R. Nandu, Sanjay K. R. Charith Raj Adkar-Purushothama(2018) Investigation of Deoxynivalenol and its Associated Disturbances in Urine Creatinine, Asian journal of microbiology, biotechnology and environmental science, Accepted for publication.
  1. Sudarshan B. L, Sanjay K. R (2018). Optimization of Fermentation Conditions for Production of 1, 3-Dihydroxyacetone from Glycerol Obtained as a Byproduct during Biodiesel Production. Microbiology Research Journal. International 25(3): 1-9, 2018; Article no.MRJI.17137.
  2.  Sindhoora Bhargavi Gopala Reddy, Wei-Xin Chin, Nanjunda Swamy Shivananju (2018) “Dengue virus NS2 and NS4: Minor proteins, mammoth roles” Biochemical Pharmacology, 154:54–63.
  1. Bhat P, Kriel J, Shubha Priya B, Basappa, Shivananju Nanjunda Swamy, Loos B (2018) “Modulating autophagy in cancer therapy: Advancements and challenges for cancer cell death sensitization” Biochemical Pharmacology.147:170-182.
2017
  1. Ramith,R., Prithvi,S., Anilakumar., Shivasharanappa., Farhan Zameer., Dhananjay and Nagendra Prasad, M.N. (2017). Investigation of nutitional quality and Global antioxidant response of Banana (Musa sp. Var. Nanjangud Rasa Bale) Pseudostem and flower.  Pharmacognosy Research. S74-83. (IF=0.9)
  1. Ramith, R., Prithvi,S., Sreesha B., Varsha Reddy and Nagendra Prasad, M.N. (2017). Impact of active compounds isolated from Banana (Musa sp. Var. Nanjangud Rasa Bale) flower and pseudostem towards cytoprotective and DNA protection activities . International Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences. 9:10. DOI : http://dx.doi.org/10.22159/ijpps.2017v9i10.201560.(IF=0.6)
  2.  Ramith,R., Prithvi,S., Dhanabal, S.P., Farhan Zameer., Dhananjay and Nagendra Prasad, M.N. (2017). Investigation of anti-hyperglycemic activity of Banana (Musa sp. Var. Nanjangud Rasa Bale) flower in normal and Diabetic Rats. Pharmacognosy Magazine. DOI (IF=1.3)
  1. Baker Syed., Tatiana Volova., Svetlana V Prudnikova Satish S and Nagendra Prasad M.N (2017). Nanoagroparticles emerging trends and future prospect in modern agriculture system. Environmental Toxicology and Pharmacology. 53:10-17. (IF=2.8)
  2. Baker Syed., Nagendra Prasad M.N, Mohan Kumar., Dhananjaya B.L and Satish S. (2017). Endo-symbiont mediated synthesis of gold nanobactericides and their activity against human pathogenic bacteria. Environmental Toxicology and Pharmacology. 52:143-149.(IF=2.8).
  1. Charith Raj., Chenappa G., Poornachandra Rao.,  Sreenivasa M Y., Maheshwara P K.,Nagendra Prasad M N   and Sano. (2017). Molecular diversity among viriods infecting chrysanthemum in India. Virus Genes.DOI 10.1007/s11262-017-1468-5.(IF=1.6) 
  1. Baker Syed., Nalini Bist, Prithvi Bhat., Nikhil Karthik., Ashwini Prasad., Dhananjaya B.L., Satish S., Haraprasad and Nagendra Prasad M N. (2017). Phytogenic synthesis of nanoparticles from IRhizophora mangle and their bactericidal potential with DNA damage activity. Nano-structures & Nano-objects .10: 112-115. 
  1. Aishwarya & K. R. Sanjay (2017) Conjugation study of 5-aminolevulinic acid with microbial synthesized gold nanoparticles to evaluate its effect on skin melanoma and epidermoid arcinoma cell lines using photodynamic cancer therapy. Gold Bulletin,Volume 51, Issue 1–2, pp 11–19.(I.F:1.8)
  1. Priyanka Uday, M. Maheshwari, P. Sharanappa, Zohara Nafeesa, Vivek Hamse. Kameshwar, B. S. Priya, S. Nanjunda Swamy (2017)“Exploring hemostatic and thrombolytic potential of heynein – A cysteine protease from Ervatamia heyneana latex” Journal of Ethnopharmacology, 199, 316-322.
  1. Raghu Ningegowda, Nanjunda Swamy Shivananju, Peramiyan Rajendran, Salundi Basappa, Kanchugarakoppal S Rangappa, Arunachalam Chinnathambi, Feng Li, Raghu Ram Achar, Muthu K Shanmugam, Pradeep Bist, Sulaiman Ali Alharbi, Lina Hsiu Kim Lim, Gautam Sethi, Babu Shubha Priya (2017)“A novel 4,6-disubstituted-1,2,4-triazolo-1,3,4-thiadiazole derivative inhibits tumor cell invasion and potentiates the apoptotic effect of TNFα by abrogating NF-κB activation cascade” Apoptosis, 22(1):145-157.
  2. Swamy SG, Kameshwar VH, Shubha PB, Looi CY, Shanmugam MK, Arfuso F, Dharmarajan A, Sethi G, Shivananju Nanjunda Swamy, Bishayee A (2017) “Targeting multiple oncogenic pathways for the treatment of hepatocellular carcinoma” Targeted Oncology, 12(1):1-10.
2016
  1. Baker Syed., Nagendra Prasad M.N, Dhananjaya B.L., Mohan Kumar, K., Yallappa, Sand Satish S.(2016). Synthesis of silver nanoparticles by endosymbiont Pseudomonas fluorescens CA 417 and their bactericidal activity. Enzyme and Microbial Technology. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.enzmictec.2016.10.004 . (IF = 3.0)
  1. Ramith,R., Prithvi,S., Shivasharanappa. N., Vadidelan R., Farhan Zameer., Dhananjay and Nagendra Prasad, M.N. (2016). The effect of plant extract enriched in stigmasterol and Beta sitoresol on glycemic status and glucose metabolism in alloxan – induced diabetic rats. Food and Function. DOI : 10.1039/c6f00343e. (IF=3.3)
  2.  Ramith,R., Prithvi,S., Nanjunda Swamy. S, Farhan Zameer., Dhananjay and Nagendra Prasad, M.N. (2016). Assesment of in vitro antidiabetic properties of Umbelliferone and Lupeol constituents of Banana (Musa sp. Var. Nanjangud Rasa Bale) flower in Hyperglycemic Rodent model. PLOS one. DOI : 10.1371/ journal.pone.0151135. (IF=2.8)
  3. Baker Syed., Nagendra Prasad M.N and Satish S. (2016). Synthesis and Characterization of Silver nanobactericides produced by Aneurinibacillus migulans 141, a novel endophyte inhabiting Mimosa pudica Arabian Journal of Chemistry.http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/arabjc.2016.01.005. (IF=3.0)
  4.  Swathi P., Nagendra Sastry., Eshwar Kumar., Sureka C., Gjumarkch., Divakar B., Santosh M.S., Ramith R., Farhan Zameer., Nagendra Prasad M.N., Ranakrishna C., Vijaya Rao., Yallappa and Dhananjaya B.L. (2016). Therapeutic potentials of Triterpenes in Diabetes and its associated complications .Current Topics in Medicinal Chemistry.(IF=3.4)
  1. Baker Syed, Nagendra Prasad M.N and Satish S. (2016). Endogenic mediated synthesis of gold nano particles bearing bactericidal activity. Journal of Microscopy and Ultrastructure. doi:10.1016/j.jmau.2016.01.004.
  1. Baker Syed., Nagendra Prasad M.N., Yashavantha Rao., Rakshith D., Kavitha K. S., Pasha Azmath., Kavitha ., Harini B.P., Komal Kumar., Masha Z and Satish S. (2016). Actinomycetic symbionts inhabiting Euphorbhia hirta L with Antimicrobial potentials. Journal of biologically Active Products from Nature. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/22311866.2015.1137489. 
  1. Ramith,R., Prithvi,s., Aishwarya T., Ashwini Prasad, Kumudha J, Lochana M S., Farhan Zameer., Dhananjay and Nagendra Prasad, M.N.(2016).  Bacteriocins and their application in food preservation. Critical reviews in Food Science and Nutrition. 10.1080/10408398.2015.1020918. (IF=6.1)
  1. R. Shivalingu, H. K. Vivek, B. S. Priya, K. N. Soujanya, S. Nanjunda Swamy(2016)Purification and characterization of novel fibrin(ogen)olytic protease from  Salisb.:Role in hemostasis” Phytomedicine, 23(13):1691-1698. (IF=3.51)
  1. Vandana Cherkadu, Praveen Kalavagunta, Narender Ravirala, Nanjunda Swamy Shivananju, Babu S Priya (2016)“Zinc Chloride Catalyzed, Dipolar Aprotic Solvent-Mediated, One-Pot Synthesis of 2 [(Benzo[d]thiazol-2-ylamino)(phenyl)methyl]phenols” Synlett,27(20): 2795-2798.(IF=2.53)
  1. S Savitha, J.P. Shubha, Puttaswamy, S. Nanjunda Swamy, B.S. Priya (2016)“OsO(IV) catalyzed oxidative decolorization of azo dye metanil yellow by bromamine –B in alkaline medium: Spectrophotometric, kinetic and mechanistic approach” IOSR Journal of Applied Chemistry (IOSR-JAC), 9 (8), 63-73
  1. Shubhavathi Thimmaiah, Mallesha Ningegowda, Nanjunda Swamy Shivananju, Raghu Ningegowda, RanjithSiddaraj, Babu Shubha Priya (2016) “Eaton’s Reagent Catalysed Alacritous Synthesis of 3-Benzazepinones”European J. Chemistry, 7 (4), 391-396. (IF=1.0)     
  1. Vandana Cherkadu, Praveen Kumar Kalavagunta, Mallesha Ningegowda, Nanjunda Swamy Shivananju, Mahendra  Madegowda, Babu Shubha Priya (2016) “FeCl3-Catalyzed Three-Component One-Pot Synthesis of Novel 4-[(Benzo[d]thiazol-2-ylamino)(phenyl)methyl]-3-hydroxy-9H-xanthen-9-ones”Synlett, 27(7),116-1120. (IF=2.53)                                                                          
  1. Shankara H. Nanjegowda, Manasa G. Papanna, Raghu Ram Achar, Kanchugarakoppal Rangappa, Puttaswamappa Mallu, Shivananju Nanjunda Swamy (2016) “A gradient based facile HPLC method for simultaneous estimation of antioxidants extracted from tea powder” J Food Sci Technology, 53(5):2253–2259.(IF=1.26)
  1. S, Rhea Muthappa, Keerthana SR,G Vaishali,Harshitha M(2016) “Study of temperature dependent crude enzyme activity and batch studies of various corn materials for phenol treatment.” Research journal of chemical and environmental sciences. Vol  4[4s] :152-157  
  1. S, ,G Vaishali,Harshitha M, Keerthana SR , Rhea Muthappa( 2016) “Studies on different methods for removal of phenol in waste water –Review” International Journal of science engineering and technology research. Vol 5

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