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Dr. Chandrika Attri

Assistant Professor
Faculty of Applied Sciences & Biotechnology

Assistant Professor at the School of Biotechnology, Dr. Chandrika Attri is involved in teaching at both post-graduate and undergraduate levels. She is M.Phil, Ph.D Biotechnology and is currently involved in studying various plant microbe interactions, Biocontrol agent formation and in vitro elicitation of some elite secondary metabolites from plant origin along with micropropagation and conservation of endangered and vulnerable plant species.

  1. Chandrika Attri, Swati and Saurabh Kulshreshtha 2018. Restriction enzyme-mediated insertional mutagenesis: an efficient method of Rosellinia necatrix transformation. Archives of Microbiology200: 189–194
  2. Swati, A K Virk, C Kumari, A Ali, P Garg, P Thakur, C Attri, S. Kulshrestha (2018). Moringa oliefera – A never die tree: An overview. Asian Journal of Pharmaceutical and Clinical Research.
  3. Kavita Bhatia, Gorakh Mal, Rasbihari Bhar, Jyoti, Chandrika Attri, Amit Seth (2018). Purification and characterization of thermostable superoxide dismutase from Anoxybacillus gonensis KA 55 MTCC 12684. International Journal of Biological Macromolecules.
  4. Kulshrestha, S., Seth, C. A., Sharma, M., Sharma, A., Mahajan, R. and Chauhan, A. (2014). Biology and control of Rosellinia necatrix causing white root rot disease: A review. Journal of Pure and Applied Microbiology 8(3): 1803-1814.
  5. Kulshrestha, S., Sharma, A. and Seth, C. A. (2013). Molecular biology of Tomato spotted wilt virus – an update. Journal of Applied Horticulture 15(2): 71-80.
  6. Jyoti, Kavita Bhatia, Kalpna Chauhan, Chandrika Attri and Amit Seth (2017). Improving stability and reusability of Rhodococcus pyridinivorans NIT-36 nitrilase by whole cell immobilization using chitosan International Journal of Biological Macromolecules 103: 8–15 [IF: 3.7]
  7. Amit Seth, Ruchika Sharma, Mamta Sharma and Chandrika Attri (2017). Exploring the catalytic potential of nitrilase from alkalophilic Rhodococcus pyridinivorans NIT-36 for nitrile degradation Int J Pharma Bio Sci 2017 October; 8(4): (B) 75-86 [SCOPUS]
  8. Kumari Ansu, Singh Poonam, Seth Attri Chandrika and Seth Amit (2016).Batch and Fed-Batch production of Acetohydroxamic acid using amidase of hyperinduced cells of Rhodococcus pyridinivorans NIT-36. Research Journal of Chemistry and Environment Vol. 20 (7) July.
  9. Bhatia K, Jyoti, Attri C and Seth A* (2016).Statistical optimization for production of thermostable and alkali tolerant superoxide dismutase by anoxybacillus gonensis ka 55 isolated from thermal hot springs of North Western Himalayas. International Journal of Biology,Pharmacy and Allied Sciences, October, 5(10).
  10. Mamta Sharma, Chandrika Attri and Amit Seth   Statistical Studies on Exploring and Enhancing the Catalytic Potential of Nitrilase from Thermo-tolerant Geobacillus subterraneus from Hot Water Springs of Manikaran. Biological Forum – An International Journal 8(2): 186-195(2016).
  11. Chauhan, S. Seth, C.A. and Seth, A.(2015). Bioprospecting thermophilic microorganisms from hot springs of western himalyasfor xylanase production and its statistical optimization by using response surface methodology. Journal of Pure and Applied Microbiology 9(2): 1417-1428.
  12. Kulshrestha, S., Hallan, V., Sharma, A., Seth, C. A., Chauhan, A. and Zaidi, A. A (2013). Molecular characterization and intermolecular interaction of coat protein of Prunus necrotic ringspot virus-implications for virus assembly. Indian Journal of Virology 24(2): 235-241.
  13. Sankhyan, N., Sharma, A., Seth, C. A., Chauhan, A. and Kulshrestha, S. (2013). Determination and comparison of Vitamin C content from Moringa oleifera by different methods. International Journal of Agriculture Science and Research 3(2): 67-70.
  14. D.K. Chatanta, C. Attri, K. Gopal, M. Devi, G. Gupta & T.C. Bhalla (2008). Bioethanol Production from Apple Pomace left after Juice Extraction. The Internet Journal of Microbiology. 5(2)

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