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S.No Faculty Name Designation / Department Title of the Paper Journal Name Year /Issue/ Volume / Page No. Impact Factor Index details
1.        Dr. R. Devika Professor/ Biotechnology Phytochemical and in vitro micropropogation studies of Clerodendrum phlomids L. J. of Pharma. Res., 2012 5 (8) : 4396 – 4398. 1.69 SCOPUS
2.        Dr. R. Devika Professor/ Biotechnology An overview on plant secondary metabolites : its medicinal importance. J.Pharmacy Research 2012 592 : 984 – 986 2.667 SCOPUS
3.        Dr. R. Devika Professor/ Biotechnology In vitro micropropogation of Sphaeranthus amaranthides. Burn. F. Recent Res. In Sci and Tech., 2012 4 (4) : 1 – 4. ---- ----
4.        Dr. R. Devika Professor/ Biotechnology Phytochemical screening studies of bioactive compounds of Tagetes erecta Int. J. Pharma and Biosciences, 2012 3 (4) (B) : 596 – 602. 2.958 SCOPUS
5.        Dr. R. Devika Professor/ Biotechnology E-Waste Management-Global scenario. Elysium journal of engineering research and management. Special issue, 2014 1(1), 22-23. ---- ----
6.        Dr. R. Devika Professor/ Biotechnology PhytochemicAL screening of bioactive compounds of Artemisia nilagirica (clarke) pamp.. J of chemical and pharmaceutical sciences 2014 7(4), 351-353 ------- ----
7.        Dr. R. Devika Professor/ Biotechnology In vitro Quantification Study of Flavonoids from Tagetes erecta. Asian J. of Biotechnology 2014 6 (1) : 21 – 24. ----- --------
8.        Dr. R. Devika Professor/ Biotechnology Screening and Evaluation of Bioactive components Tagetes erecta L. by GC_MS analysis Asian J. of Pharmaceutical and Clinical Research, 2014 7 (2) : 58 – 60. 0.52 SCOPUS
9.        Dr. R. Devika Professor/ Biotechnology A Brief Review on the Prognosis of Burn injuries towards Hypertrophic Scar Int. J. Pharmaceutical Science and Health care , 2014 4 (3) : 1 – 12. 2.21 SCOPUS
10.    Dr. R. Devika Professor/ Biotechnology In silico docking study of salicylic acid on gene expression during wound healing J of chemical and pharmaceutical sciences. 2014 Special issue Oct. 56-58. -- --
11.    Dr. R. Devika Professor/ Biotechnology Etiology of wound healing and hypertrophic scar formation. Int. J. Pharmaceutical Science and Health care , 2014 4 (3) : 78-86. -- ----
12.    Dr. R. Devika Professor/ Biotechnology Macrophage scavenging assay study of bioactive compounds of Tagetes erecta Linn. Int. J. Pharmaceutical Science and Health care , 2014 4 (6) : 1 8-23. 2.21 SCOPUS
13.    Dr. R. Devika Professor/ Biotechnology Antimicrobial activity study of flavonoids and salicylic acid extracted from Tagetes erecta Linn.,. Special issue. ELSEVIER 2014 496-499
14.    Dr. R. Devika Professor/ Biotechnology Column chromatographic separation of bioactive compounds from Tagetes erecta Linn. Int. J. Pharmaceutical Science and Research , 2015 6(2) : 762-766. 2.44 SCOPUS
15.    Dr. R. Devika Professor/ Biotechnology Isolation and characterization of proanthocyanidin from Vitisvinifera by chromatographic and spectroscopic techniques Asian Journal of Microbiology, Biotechnology and Environmental sciences. 2015 17(Spl.Issue), 157-164 IF-0.09 SCOPUS
16.    Dr. R. Devika Professor/ Biotechnology Preliminary phytochemical screening studies of Tecomo stans Int. J of Scientific Research and Modern Education 2016 NCRTAC. Spl. Issue, 115-119 IF-3.11- SCOPUS
17.    Dr. R. Devika Professor/ Biotechnology In vitro antimicrobial activity study of crude extract from Sphagneticolatrilobata. Int J of Pharmaceutical Science and Health Care. 2016 3(6), 48-55 IF-3.1 SCOPUS
18.    Dr. R. Devika Professor/ Biotechnology Quantitative analysis of bioactive compounds of Artemisia nilagirica (Clarkee) pamp leaf extract. Asian Journal of Pharmacetical and Clinical Research. 2016, 9(2), 183-184. IF-0.52 SCOPUS
19.    Dr. R. Devika Professor/ Biotechnology Phytochemical screening of bioactive compounds from Sphagneticolatrilobata. By GC-MS analysis Int J of Pharmaceutical Science and Health Care 2016, 3(6), 48-55 IF-3.1 SCOPUS
20.    Dr. R. Devika Professor/ Biotechnology In vitro antimicrobial activity study of crude extract from Sphagneticola trilobata. Int J of Pharmaceutical Science and Health Care. 2016, 3(6), 48-55 IF-3.1 Scopus
21.    Dr. R. Devika Professor/ Biotechnology Antimicrobial activity study of Martyniaannua. Int J of Pharma and Biosciences 2016,Spl.Issue,76- 81 IF-5.121. SCOPUS
22.    Dr. R. Devika Professor/ Biotechnology Antimicrobial activity study of Sennaalata Int J of Pharma and Biosciences 2016,Spl. Issue, 104-108 IF-5.121. SCOPUS
23.    Dr. R. Devika Professor/ Biotechnology Screening and evaluation of bioactive compounds from Sennaalata by GC-MS Int J of Pharma and Biosciences. 2016,131-136 IF-5.121. SCOPUS
24.    Dr. R. Devika Professor/ Biotechnology Preliminary phytochemical screening studies of Tecomostans Int. J of Scientific Research and Modern Education 2016,NCRTAC. Spl.Issue, 115-119 IF-3.11 SCOPUS
25.    Dr. R. Devika Professor/ Biotechnology Phytochemical screening and evaluation of Artmisia nilagirica (Clarke) Pamp by GCMS. International Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences and Research 2017,8(1): 222-225 IF-2.24. SCOPUS
26.    Dr. R. Devika Professor/ Biotechnology GC-MS analysis of methnolic extract of Tecomastans. Int J of Pharma and Biosciences 2017,Spl. Issue,40 - 46 IF-5.121. SCOPUS
27.    Dr. R. Devika Professor/ Biotechnology Quantitative analysis of bioactive compounds of Artemisia nilagiris (Clarke) pamp. From Leaf extract Asian journal of Pharmaceutical and Clinical Research 2017, 9(2),1011-1012 IF-0.42 SCOPUS
28.    Dr. R. Devika Professor/ Biotechnology Prelimnary Phytochemicals screeing of Bauhinia tomentosa by GC –MS analysis. Int.Jurnal.of Chemtech.Res 2017,Vol.10-7,535-539
29.    Dr. B. Prabasheela Associate Professor/ Biotechnology CA-15.3 levels in Breast carcinoma. International journal of Pharma and Bioscience 2011,2(2): 34 - 38 . IF - 2.958. Scopus
30.    Dr. B. Prabasheela Associate Professor/ Biotechnology Antioxidant and lipid peroxidation status in pre and post operativebreastcarcinoma. International journal of Pharma and Bioscience, 2011,2(1): 450 - 454 IF - 2.958. Scopus
31.    Dr. B. Prabasheela Associate Professor/ Biotechnology Association between Antioxidant Enzymes and Breast cancer. Recent Research in Science and Technology, 2011,3(11): 93-95
32.    Dr. B. Prabasheela Associate Professor/ Biotechnology Evaluation of alkaline phosphatase in pre and postoperative breast cancer patients., International journal of Biological and Medical Research 2012,3(2) : 1536 – 1537 I.F – 4.32
33.    Dr. B. Prabasheela Associate Professor/ Biotechnology Micropro pagation, Regeneration and Evaluation of antimicrobial activity oflippia nodiflora. International Journal of Advances in Engineering and Technology, 2013,6(4):,1819 – 1828. I.F – 1.56
34.    Dr. B. Prabasheela Associate Professor/ Biotechnology Epidemiology and intervention for the prevention of Diabetes Mellitus, International Journal of Pharmacology & Biological Sciences 2014,8(1) :29-34
35.    Dr. B. Prabasheela Associate Professor/ Biotechnology Mercuric Chloride Toxicity and Its Influence on Enzymatic Antioxidants – A Study on Zebra Fish Model (Danio rerio) British Journal of Applied Science & Technology 2014.,4(28): 4131 - 4135
36.    Dr. B. Prabasheela Associate Professor/ Biotechnology Assement ofPre and Post Operative Lipid and Lipoproteins in Breast carcinoma Patient’s of kancheepuram district, Tamilnadu, India International journal of Scientific research, 2014,4(12). 31 – 33. IF 1.8651
37.    Dr. B. Prabasheela Associate Professor/ Biotechnology Mercuric Chloride induced alterations of acetylcholinesterase in zebra fish (Danio rerio) International journalof Applied Engineering Research. 2015
38.    Dr. B. Prabasheela Associate Professor/ Biotechnology Prediction of breast cancer using classification rule mining technique in blood test datasets IEEE Journal
39.    Dr. B. Prabasheela Associate Professor/ Biotechnology Effect of the plants Trichopus zeylanicus and Gomphrena celosioides on Lipidperoxidation and antioxidative vitamin in DEN/HCB liver carcinogenesis. Int J of Pharma and Biosciences 2016,109 - 121 IF-5.121. SCOPUS
40.    Dr. B.Prabashee Associate Professor/ Biotechnology Understanding Bell's Palsy – A review. Pharmaceutical and Biological Evaluations. 2017. 4(3) 130-134.
41.    Ms. A. Nirmala Assistant Professor/ Biotechnology Phytochemical screening and Antihyperglycemic activity of Basella rubra. Rec. Res. in Sci. and Technol., 2011,3 (11) : 80 – 83.
42.    Ms. A. Nirmala Assistant Professor/ Biotechnology Antioxidant activity and cytotoxic analysis of seed extract of Punice granatum. Asian J. of Biochem. and Pharmaceut. Res., 2013,1 (3) : 225 – 236. 0.456
43.    Ms. A. Nirmala Assistant Professor/ Biotechnology Antibiotic production from marine Streptomyces sp Int. J. of Pharma and Biosci., 2012,3 (4) : 331 – 342. 5.121
44.    Ms. A. Nirmala Assistant Professor/ Biotechnology Serological and Hematological Variations in Rheumatoid arthritis. J. of Advanced Biotechnol., 2011,10 (10) : 10 – 12.
45.    Ms. A. Nirmala Assistant Professor/ Biotechnology Biofiltration Efficiency of Three Sea weed species. J. of Res. in Biol., 2012,2 (4) : 338 – 347.
46.    Assistant Professor/ Biotechnology Saliva as a Potential Diagnostic Tool – An Overview. Int. J. of Preclinical & Pharmaceut. Res 2013,4 (2) : 93 – 98.
47.    Ms. A.Nirmala Assistant Professor/ Biotechnology Diabetes – Epigenetics an over view, International Journal of Pharmaceutical science and Health Care, 2016 6 (4) : 24-31. IF -3.11 SCOPUS
48.    Dr. S.Vinoth Assistant Professor/ Biotechnology Genetic diversity of Azotobacter isolates from the rhizosphere of Saccharum officinarum Journal of Bioscience Research 2012,3 (1): 6-13.
49.    Dr. S.Vinoth Assistant Professor/ Biotechnology Identification of RAPD markers associated with somaclonal variation under different hormonal condition in in vitro raised cotton callus (Gossypium hirsutum L.)- A Molecular approach Journal of Swamy Botanical Club 2012,29 : 79 - 90
50.    Dr. S.Vinoth Assistant Professor/ Biotechnology Evaluation of physiological, biochemical and enzymatic activity during accumulation of CoCl2 in Cyamopsis tetragonoloba (L.) TAUB and its impact on protein profile International Research Journal of Biotechnology 2012,3(10): 198-206.
51.    Dr. S.Vinoth Assistant Professor/ Biotechnology Effect of seaweed extracts and plant growth regulators on high-frequency in vitro mass propagation of Lycopersicon esculentum L (tomato) through double cotyledonary nodal explant Journal of Applied Phycology 2012,DOI 10.1007/s10811-011-9717-9. (IF- 2.49)
52.    Dr. S.Vinoth Assistant Professor/ Biotechnology Effect of cyanobacterial extracellular products on high-frequency in vitro induction and elongation of Gossypium hirsutum L organs through shoot apex explants. Journal of Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology 2013,11 (1): 9–16.
53.    Dr. S.Vinoth Assistant Professor/ Biotechnology Optimization of factors influencing microinjection method for Agrobacterium tumefaciens-mediated transformation of Tomato. Applied Biochemistry and Biotechnology 2013,DOI 10.1007/s12010-012-0006-0 IF- 1.687)
54.    Dr. S.Vinoth Assistant Professor/ Biotechnology Optimization of somatic embryogenesis protocol in Lycopersicon esculentum L. using plant growth regulators and seaweed extracts Journal of Applied Phycology 2013,DOI 10.1007/s10811-013-0151-z. IF- 2.49)
55.    Dr. S.Vinoth Assistant Professor/ Biotechnology Detection, characterization and evolution of internal repeats in Chitinases of known 3-D structure PLoS ONE 2014,9(3): e91915, doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0091915. IF
56.    Dr. S.Vinoth Assistant Professor/ Biotechnology The effect of amino acids on shoot multiplication in Cichorium intybus L. Journal of Swamy Botanical Club 2014,31: 21-28.
57.    Dr. S.Vinoth Assistant Professor/ Biotechnology Analysis of genetic variability in Arachis hypogaea L. using RAPD markers Journal of Swamy Botanical Club 2014,31: 29-36.
58.    Dr. S.Vinoth Assistant Professor/ Biotechnology Optimization of factors influencing microinjection method for Agrobacterium - Mediated transformation of Embryonic Shoot Apical Meristem in Cotton (Gossypium hirsutum L. cv.SVPR-2 Int J Curr Biotechnol 2014,2(12):35-40.
59.    Dr. S.Vinoth Assistant Professor/ Biotechnology Evaluation of different carbon sources for high frequency callus culture with reduced phenolic secretion in cotton (Gossypium hirsutum L.) cv. SVPR-2 Biotechnology Reports 2015,7: 72–80.
60.    Dr. S.Vinoth Assistant Professor/ Biotechnology Seaweed Extract Promotes High-Frequency in vitro Regeneration of Solanum surattense Burm.f:A Valuable Medicinal Plant. Research Journal of Medicinal Plants 2017,11: 134-141.
61.    Dr. S.Vinoth Assistant Professor/ Biotechnology Effect of seagrass liquid extract as foliar spray on salt stressed tomato plants under green house conditions. (Accepted). Asian Journal of Plant Science 2017 IF-0.23 SCOPUS
62.    Dr.G. Karthiga Devi, Assistant Professor/ Biotechnology Production of Biopolymer Levan by Bacillus subtilis using Non-Ionic Surfactants” Asian J. Pharm. Tech. 2013, 3(4), P. 93-97. SCOPUS
63.    Dr.G. Karthiga Devi, Assistant Professor/ Biotechnology Microwave assisted nanohydrogels for drug delivery systems International Journal of pharmacy and pharmaceutical sciences 2014, 6(4), 118-123(IF :0.55 SCOPUS
64.    Dr.G. Karthiga Devi, Assistant Professor/ Biotechnology Synthesis of gold and silver nanoparticles using Mukia maderaspatna plant extract and its anticancer activity., IET Nanobiotechnology 11(2), 143-151 IF :1.5 SCOPUS
65.    Dr.G. Karthiga Devi, Assistant Professor/ Biotechnology Synthesis and characterization of metallic nanoparticles impregnated onto activated carbon using leaf extract of Mukia maderasapatna: Evaluation of antimicrobial activities, Microbial Pathogenesis 2016,97, 198-203. IF :1.88 SCOPUS
66.    Dr.G. Karthiga Devi, Assistant Professor/ Biotechnology Green synthesis of novel silver nanocomposite hydrogel based on sodium alginate as an efficient biosorbent for the dye wastewater treatment: prediction of isotherm and kinetic parameters. Desalin. Water Treat. 57, 27686-27699. IF :1.173 SCOPUS
67.    Dr.G. Karthiga Devi, Assistant Professor/ Biotechnology An insight study on HPTLC fingerprinting of Mukia maderaspatna: Mechanism of bioactive constituents in metal nanoparticle synthesis and its activity against human pathogens. Microbial Pathogenesis. 2017,102,120-132 IF :1.88 SCOPUS
68.    Dr. Chozhavendhan. S Associate Professor/ Biotechnology Biogas production – A review on composition, fuel properties, feed stock and principles of anaerobic digestion Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews. 2017, 90, 570–582. IF: 8.01 SCOPUS
69.    Dr. Chozhavendhan. S Associate Professor/ Biotechnology Production of ethanol by Zymomonasmobilis using partially purified glycerol. Journal of Energy and Environmental Sustainability 2017, 4, 15-19 SCOPUS
70.    Dr. Chozhavendhan. S Associate Professor/ Biotechnology Prosopisjuliflora Bark - An Alternate Feedstock in the Production of Bioethanol using Thermo Tolerant Yeast Kluyveromycesmarxianus. Biosciences Biotechnology Research Asia 2017,14,945-951 SCOPUS
71.    Dr. Chozhavendhan. S Associate Professor/ Biotechnology Recent progress on transforming crude glycerol into high value chemicals: a critical review Biofuels 2016, 1-9 0.5 SCOPUS
72.    Dr. Chozhavendhan. S Associate Professor/ Biotechnology Purification and Characterization of Waste Stream Glycerol Derived from Biodiesel Industry’ Journal of Environmental Biology 2016, 37, 1529-1534 0.9 SCOPUS
73.    Dr. Chozhavendhan. S Associate Professor/ Biotechnology Bio-conversion of glycerol into commercial production of1, 3 propanediol - A Review Journal of Environmental Biology 2016, 37, 1539-1543 0.9 SCOPUS
74.    Dr. Chozhavendhan. S Associate Professor/ Biotechnology A Comparative Analysis On Microbial Production Of Primary Alcohols Using Pretreated Glycerol. Asian Jr. of Microbiol. Biotech. Env. Sc. 2015, 17, 9-13 0.2 SCOPUS
75.    Dr. Chozhavendhan. S Associate Professor/ Biotechnology Utilization of crude glycerol from biodiesel industry for the production of value added bioproducts. Waste to Wealth, Springer 2018, 65-82 SCOPUS
76.    Dr. R. Subbaiya Associate Professor/ Biotechnology Biomimetic synthesis of silver nanoparticles from Streptomyces atrovirens and their potential anticancer activity against human breast cancer cells IET-Nanobiotechnology (2017), Vol.11, (8) pp.965-972. 1.463 SCOPUS
77.    Dr. R. Subbaiya Associate Professor/ Biotechnology Studies on Proximal Composition and DNA Barcoding of Marine Shrimps from Thondi, Tamil Nadu, India Int. Res. J. Pharm. (2017), Vol.8, (4) pp.59-62. 0.751 SCOPUS
78.    Dr. R. Subbaiya Associate Professor/ Biotechnology Evaluation of silver nanoparticles as a comparative study and determination of its effect on Vigna radiata  Int. Res. J. Pharm. (2017), Vol.8, (1) pp.33-40. 0.751 SCOPUS
79.    Dr. R. Subbaiya Associate Professor/ Biotechnology Hepatoprotective Studies of Methanolic Leaf Extract of Barringtonia acutangula (L) against Carbon Tetrachloride Induced Liver Injury in Wistar Rats Research J. Pharm. and Tech. 2017Vol.10 (1) pp.1-7. SCOPUS
80.    Dr. R. Subbaiya Associate Professor/ Biotechnology Antioxidant and cytotoxic activity of Tecoma stans against lung cancer cell line (A549)” Brazilian Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences. (2017) Vol.53 (3). 0.503 SCOPUS

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