Bio Chemistry Department

The Biochemistry Department of RAIFR has state of the art facilities and is well equipped for working on principles of Ayurveda.The 2D gel electrophoresis technique which is now become the premium technique in proteomics, for the study of whole protein content in organisms, is successfully applied over various biological samples.
The 2D gel electrophoresis system at RAIFR is well associated with all necessary tools for analysis of protein content in biological samples such as Gel Doc System and Gel analysis software.Other instruments in the laboratory are Vacuum Gel dryer, Automated Biochemical Analyzer (On-Chip Protein Electrophoresis), Water Purification System (Milli Q) and Western blotting apparatus.


Sl. No Name of the author Title of paper Journal /Bulletin National/ International ICV
1. Gahlaut A., Pawar S. D., Mandal T. K. and Dabur R. Evaluation of clinical efficacy of Bryophyllum pinnatum Salisb for treatment of lithiasis. Int. J. Pharmacy Pharm. Sci., (2012), 4(4): 505-507. International 4.5
2. Anjum Gahlaut, Purva Taneja, Amey Shirolkar, Amit Nale, Vikas Hooda and Rajesh Dabur Principal Component and Partial Least square discriminant based analysis of methanol extracts of bark and re-generated bark of Saraca asoca. Int. J. Pharmacy and Pharm. Sci., (2012), 4(4): 331-335. International 4.5
3. Amey Shirolkar, Anjum Gahlaut, Vikas Hooda, Rajesh Dabur Phytochemical composition changes in untreated stem juice of Tinospora cordifolia (W) Mier during refrigerated storage. J. Pharmacy Res., (2013), 7(1):1-6. International 3.0
4. Amey Shirolkar, Anjum Gahlaut, Anil Chhillar, Rajesh Dabur Quantitative analysis of catechins in Saraca asoca and correlation with antimicrobial activity. J. Pharm. Analysis,(2013), International  
5. Anjum Gahlaut, Amey Shirolkar, Vikas Hooda, Rajesh Dabur A rapid and simple approach to discriminate various extracts of Saraca asoca [Roxb.], De. Wild using UPLC-QTOFMS and multivariate analysis. 2013.01.007 International 3.0
6. Anjum Gahlaut , Anita Sharma , Amey Shirolkar , Rajesh Dabur Non-targeted identification of compounds from regenerated bark of Terminalia tomentosa by HPLC- (+) ESI-QTOFMS. J. Pharmacy Res., (2013) 7: 143 - 149. International  
7. Mangesh Khond, J.D. Bhosale, Tasleem Arif, T.K. Mandal, M.M. Padhi and Rajesh Dabur Screening of Some Selected Medicinal Plants Extracts for In-vitro Antimicrobial Activity. J. Pharmacy Res., (2013) 6: 415 - 418 International 3.0
8. Piyush Bihari Lal, Naresh Kumar, Tasleem Arif, T. K. Mandal, K. Akhilesh Verma, G. L. Sharma and Rajesh Dabur In vitro anti-bacterial activity of a novel isoquinoline derivative and its post antibacterial effects on Pseudomonas aeruginosa. Middle-East Journal of Scientific Research. 2009 4 (4): 271-278. International 3.0
9. Rajesh Dabur, Amita Gupta, T K Mandal, Desh Deepak Singh, Vivek Bajpai, A M Gurav, G S Lavekar Antimicrobial activity of some Indian medicinal plants. African Journal of Microbiology Research, 2008 2: 126-130. International  
10. J. Gupta, D. Chattopadhaya, D. P. Bhadoria, M. A. Qadar Pasha, V. K. Gupta, M. Kumar, R. Dabur, V. Yadav and G. L. Sharma T lymphocyte subset profile and serum alpha-1-antitrypsin in pathogenesis of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease. Afr. J. Trad. CAM, 2007 4 (3): 313 – 318. International 0.54
11. Rajesh Dabur, T. K. Mandal and G. L. Sharma Post-antifungal effects of the antifungal compound 2-(3,4-dimethyl-2,5-dihydro-1H-pyrrol-2-yl)-1- methylethyl pentanoate on Aspergillus fumigatus. Clinical and Experimental Immunology, 2007 149: 463–469. International 0.71
12. Tasleem Arif, T. K. Mandal and Rajesh Dabur Opportunity, Challenge and Scope of Natural Products in Medicinal Chemistry, Chapter 9. Natural products: Anti-fungal agents derived from plants, 2011, 283-311. International 3.409
13. J.D. Bhosale, Mangesh Khond, T.K. Mandal, R.S. Bendre, Rajesh Dabur Identification and Characterization of Two Novel Antimicrobial Compounds from Jasminum grandiflorum L. World Applied Sciences Journal; 2011, 1(13):47-51. International 2.297
14. Arif T; Mandal TK; Kumar N; Bhosale JD; Hole A; Sharma GL; Padhi MM; Lavekar GS; Dabur R In vitro and in vivo antimicrobial activities of seeds of Caesalpinia bonduc (Lin.) Roxb. J Ethnopharmacol. 2009, 123(1): 177-80. International 3.014
15. Arif T; Bhosale JD; Kumar N; Mandal TK; Bendre RS; Lavekar GS; Dabur R Natural products – antifungal agents derived from plants J Asian Nat Products Res, 2009, 11(7) 621 – 638 International 0.948
16. Dabur R; Mandal TK; Gurav AM; Singh DD; Bajpai V; Lavekar GS Antibacterial and Antifungal Potential of some Indian medicinal plants Afr J Trad CAM, 2007, 4(3):319-322 International 0.71

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