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Dr. Ankur Kaushal

Assistant Professor
Faculty of Applied Sciences & Biotechnology

Assistant Professor in the school of Bioengineering and Food Technology at Shoolini University, Dr. Ankur Kaushal teaches Biosensor Technology, Nano biotechnology & Recombinant DNA Technology. He has over 7years of teaching/research experience and 1 year of industrial experience. Area of expertise is development of nanosensors for disease diagnosis.

  • Gupta S, Kaushal A, Kuamr A, Kumar D (2018) Recent advances in biosensors for diagnosis of Celiac Disease: A review. Biotechnology & Bioengineering. DOI: 10.1002/bit.26856
  • Rana B, Kaushik R, Kaushal K, Arora S, Kaushal A, Gupta S, Upadhyay N, Rani P, Kaushik P (2018) Physicochemical and electrochemical properties of zinc fortified milk. Food Bioscience. 21: 117-124
  • Singh S, Kaushal A and Kumar A (2018) Recent advances in sensors for early detection of pathogens causing rheumatic heart disease. Sensor Review. 38: 92-98
  • Gupta S, Kaushal A, Kumar A and Kumar D (2017) Ultrasensitive transglutaminase based nanosensor for early detection of celiac disease in human. Int J BiolMacromol. 105: 905-911
  • Singh S, Kaushal A, Khare S, Kumar A(2017) DNA chip based sensor for amperometric detection of infectious pathogens. Int J BiolMacromol. DOI 103: 355-359
  • Singh S, Kaushal A,Gautam H, Gupta S and Kumar A(2017)  Ultrasensitivenanohybrid DNA sensor for detection of pathogen to prevent damage of heart. Sensors and ActuatorsB. 246 (2017) 300–304 
  • Sharma A, Kaushal A and Kulshrestha S (2017) A Nano-Au/C-MWCNT based label free amperometricimmunosensor for the detection of capsicum chlorosis virus in bell pepper. Arch Virol. 162: 2047-2052
  • Kaushal A, Singh S, Kumar A and Kumar D (2016) Nano-Au/cMWCNT modified speBgene specific amperometric sensor for rapidly detecting Streptococcus pyogenes causing rheumatic heart disease. Indian J Microbiol. 57: 121-124
  • Singh S,Kaushal A, Gupta S and Kumar A (2016) Gene Specific Impedimetric Bacterial DNA Sensor for Rheumatic Heart Disease. Indian J Microbiol. 57: 112-115
  • Kaushal A, Singh S, Kala D, Kumar D and Kumar A (2016) speBgenosensor for rapid detection of Streptococcus pyogenes causing damage of heart valves in human. Cell Mol Biol. DOI: 10.4172/1165-158X.1000140
  • Singh S, Kaushal A, Gupta S and Kumar A (2016) Amperometric Detection of Pathogen Causing Rheumatic Heart Disease Cell MolBiolDOI: 10.4172/1165-158X.1000137
  • Singh S, Kaushal A, Khare S, Kumar P and Kumar A (2014) Gold–mercaptopropionic acid–polyethylenimine composite based DNA sensor for early detection of rheumatic heart disease. Analyst, 139: 3600-3606.
  • Singh S, Kaushal A, Khare S and Kumar A (2014) mgaGenosensor for Early Detection of Human Rheumatic Heart Disease. Applied Biochemistry Biotechnology 173:228–238.
  • Kaushal A, Kumar D, Khare S and Kumar A (2012). speBgene as a genetic marker for early detection   of rheumatic heart disease in humans.  Cell Mol. Biol. 58(1):50-4
  • Kaushal A, Goyal Land Kumar A(2011). Recent Advances in Diagnosis of Rheumatic Heart Disease. Biosci. Biotech. ResearchCommuni. 4(1): 1-9
  • Kaushal A, Kumar D, Khare S and Kumar A (2013). New genetic marker for rheumatic heart disease. NATURE INDIA DOI: 10. 1038/nindia. 2013.3

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