Prof. Dr. Krishna Das Manandhar

2018

  1. Shrestha M., Pandey BD., Maharjan J., Tiwari PN., Manandhar KD, Pun SB, Dumre S., Pandey K. (2018). A Case of Visceral Leishmaniasis from the Non-endemic Himalayan region of Nepal. Parasitology Research (Manuscript Accepted).2018 [IF: 2.329]
  2. Sunil Kumar Sah, Joaquin V. González, Sadina Shrestha, AnuragAdhikari, Krishna Das Manandhar, ShyamBabuYadav, David A. Stein, Birendra Prasad Gupta and María Alejandra Picconi. Human papillomavirus genotype distribution in cervical cancer biopsies from Nepalese women. Infectious Agents and Cancer (2018) 13:4 DOI 10.1186/s13027-018-0176-7.
  3. Gupta BP, Tuladhar R, Kurmi R, Manandhar KD. Dengue periodic outbreaks and epidemiological trends in Nepal. Annals of Clinical Microbiology and Antimicrobials. 2018;17:6. doi:10.1186/s12941-018- 0258-9
  4. Birendra Prasad Gupta, Mahesh Lamsal, SudhikshyaChaulagain, RamanujRauniyar, RajaniMalla, Smita Shrestha, RoshanKurmi,Krishna Das Manandhar. Emergence of dengue in Nepal. VirusDis. 2018.https://doi.org/10.1007/s13337-018-0439-3

 2017

  1. Shravan Kumar Mishra, SundarKhadka, SubhashDhital, Raj Kumar Mahto and Krishna Das Manandhar*.Biomarkers in Immune Reconstitution Inflammatory Syndrome (IRIS) among People Living with Human Immunodeficiency Virus/Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome (HIV/AIDS). J AIDS Clin Res 2017, 8:9 DOI: 10.4172/2155-6113.1000728
  2. Ananta Shrestha, AnuragAdhikari, ManjulaBhattarai, RamanujRauniyar, Jose D. Debes, André Boonstra, Thupten K. Lama, Mamun Al Mahtab, AmnaSubhan Butt, Sheikh Mohammad Fazle Akbar, NirmalAryal, SapanaKarn, Krishna Das Manandhar and Birendra Prasad Gupta. Prevalence and risk of hepatitis E virus infection in the HIV population of Nepal. Virology Journal.2017. 14:228 DOI 10.1186/s12985-017-0899-x
  3. Krishna K. Shrestha, Yadu N. Paudel, Krishna D. Manandhar, Gyandra P. Ghimire2 Sangho Choi and Sabina Shrestha. Bio-prospecting of plant resources for validation of indigenous knowledge and the search for novel herbal drugs in Nepal. MadhavKarki, Rosemary Hill, DayuanXue, William Alangui, Kaoru Ichikawa and Peter Bridgewater (eds.). 2017. Knowing our Lands and Resources: Indigenous and Local Knowledge and Practices related to Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services in Asia.Knowledges of Nature 10. UNESCO: Paris. pp. 200. France. 157-168.

2016

  1. Gupta BPLama TKAdhikari AShrestha ARauniyar RSapkota BThapa SShrestha SGupta BPDas Manandhar KFirst report of hepatitis E virus viremia in healthy blood donors from Nepal. Virus disease. 2016 Sep;27(3):324-326. doi: 10.1007/s13337-016-0331-y.
  2. Upadhya BP, Malla R, Manandhar KD, Gupta BP, Adhikari A, Rauniyar R, Tamarkar CS, Jha BK, Kurmi R. Zika and Its Preparedness in Nepalese Scenario. SM Virol. 2016; 1(2): 1008
  3. Gupta BP, Adhikari A, Rauniyar R, Kurmi R, Upadhya BP, Jha BK, Pandey B, Das Manandhar KDengue virus infection in a French traveller to the hilly region ofNepalin 2015: a case report; BMC J Med Case Rep. DOI 10.1186/s13256-016-0847-1.

2015

  1. AnuragAdhikari, Birendra Prasad Gupta, Krishna Das Manandhar, Shravan Kumar Mishra, Hari Krishna Saiju, RajendraMaan Shrestha, Nawneet Mishra and Shishir Sharma;  Negative feedback circuit for toll like receptor-8 activation in human embryonic Kidney 293 using outer membrane vesicle delivered bi-specific siRNA; BMC Immunology.2015. 16:42 DOI 10.1186/s12865-015-0109-9.
  2. Singh S,Gupta BP,Manakkadan A,Manandhar KD,Sreekumar E;Phylogenetic study reveals co-circulation of Asian II and Cosmopolitan genotypes of Denguevirus serotype 2 in Nepal during 2013;Infect Genet Evol.2015
  3. Adhikari A, Rauniyar R, Raut PP, Manandhar KD, Gupta BP,BMC Infectious Disease; 2015
  4. Birendra P Gupta, Sneha Singh, RoshanKurmi, RajaniMalla, EaswaranSreekumar, Krishna Das Manandhar, 2015. Re-emergence of dengue virus serotype 2 strains in a 2013 epidemic in Nepal. Ind J Med Res; 2015
  5. Satya Prakash, Avishek Mishra, Tilak Ram Shrestha, NagendraAwasthi, Isha Pradhan, Anushuman Mishra and Krishna Das Manandhar International. Evolutionary prospective of Indian Subcontinent Population. Advancement of Technology and Research. 124-129.

Prof. Dr. TribikramBhattarai

  1. Pant, D.R. and Bhattarai T. (2008)Increase in Yield of Crop Plants by genetically controlling the synthesis of cytokinins in leaves during the on set of senescence process.
  2. Bhattarai, T., Weber M. and Fettig S. (2008) Agrobacterium-mediated genetic transformation of chickpea using gfp as visible marker.
  3. Pant, D.R., Bhattarai T., Beck, E and Fettig, S (2009)Genetic transformation of Nepalese wheat (Triticumaestivum,L) cultivars with ipt gene under the regulation of a senescence induced promoter from maize. Pak. J. Biol. Sci., 12(2):101-109
  4. Ranjit, M and Bhattarai, T (2009) Prospect of Biotechnology research and innovation for Development of Nepal. Proceeding of the fifth National conference on Science and Technology, Nov. 10-12, 2008 organized by Nepal Academy of Science and Technology: 154-169.
  5. Bhattarai, T.Ranjit, S and Ranjit, M (2012)Production of virus free pre-basic seed tubers from meristem culture of two potato cultivars: MS 42.3 and Local Red Round, cultivated in Kathmandu valley JIOST: 131-142.
  6. 6.Chhipi Shrestha, J. K.,.Bhattarai, T.,Sijapati, J., Rana, N., Maharjan1, J., Rawal D. S., Raskoti B. B., ShresthaS. (2013) Assessment of Genetic Diversity in Nepalese Populations of Swertiachirayita(Roxb. Ex Fleming) H. Karst Using RAPD-PCR Technique.American Journal of Plant Sciences, 4: 1617-1628
  7. 7.Pant, Deepak R. and Bhattarai, Tribikram (2013) Optimization of callus induction from immature embryos in two Nepalese Spring wheat cultivars: Effects of MS macro nutrients, sugar and 2,4-Dichlorophenoxy acetic acid concentration.J Nep BiotecAssoc 3: 20-25
  8. JarinaJoshi ,Rejeena Shrestha, RojlinaManandhar, Krishna Manandhar, L. Shreerama, TribikramBhattarai(2014). “Improvement of ethanol production by electrochemical redox combination of yeast cells” International Journal of Biological Sciences and Applications , American Association of Science and Technology, 1(3), PP 44-51. (http://www.aascit.org/journal/ijbsa)
  9. Jarina Joshi, Rejeena Shrestha, RojlinaManandhar, Dinita Sharma, Krishna Manandhar, LakshmaiahSreerama, Doo Hyun Park, TribikramBhattarai (2014) Optimization of External Potential for Ethanol Production by yeasts in electrochemical Cell. Rentech Symposium Compendium, Volume 4, September 2014 pp 44-46
  10. Ganga P Kharel, Dhan B Karki and TribikramBhattarai (2014) Brewing potential of Nepalese finger millet malt Proceeding Food conference 2014, Kathmandu Nepal.
  11. Bhim Prakash Khatri; TribikramBhattarai; Sangita Shrestha and JyotiMaharjan (2015) Alkalinethermostable pectinase enzyme from Aspergillusniger strain MCAS2 isolated from Manaslu Conservation Area, Gorkha, Nepal. SpringerPlus (2015) 4:488.
  12. Dinita Sharma, Bishnu Joshi, Megh Raj Bhatt, Jarina Joshi, RajaniMalla, TribikramBhattarai, LakshmaiahSreerama (2015) Isolation of cellulolutic organisms from gut contents of termites native to Nepal and their utility in saccharification and fermentation of lignocellulosicbiomass.Journal of Biomass to Biofuel Volume 2, 11-20.
  13. Panday R, Bhatt P Sr, Bhattarai T, Shakya K and Sreerama L (2016) Aldehyde dehydrogenase expression in Metaphireposthumaas a bioindicator to monitor heavy metal pollution in soil. BMC Res Notes (2016) 9:491
  14. Neupane, Surendra ,Sijapati, Jaishree , Bhattarai, Tribikram Shrestha, Sangita (2017) Genetic diversity in Nepalese population of Swertiachirayita (Roxb. Ex Fleming) H. Karst based on intersimple sequence repeats (ISSR) markers. Afr. J. Biotechnol. 16(16), 895-907
  15. BaidyaNathJha, Mitesh Shrestha, Durga Prasad Pandey, TribikramBhattarai, HariDattaBhattarai and BabitaPaudel (2017) Investigation of antioxidant, antimicrobial and toxicity activities of lichens from high altitude regions of Nepal. BMC Complementary and Alternative Medicine 17:282-289
  16. PunamYadav, BhagwatRimal, JyotiMaharjan, Sujan Shrestha, LakshmaiahSreerama, TribikramBhattarai (2017) “Physico-Chemical Analysis of Hot Springs of Myagdi District, Nepal for the Balneotherapy and Drinking Purposes”. INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ADVANCED BIOTECHNOLOGY AND RESEARCH 8: 699-709’
  17. PunamYadav, Suresh Korpole, Gandham S Prasad, GirishSahni, JyotiMaharjan, LakshmaiahSreerama, TribikramBhattarai (2018) Morphological, enzymatic screening, and phylogenetic analysis of thermophilic bacilli isolated from five hot springs of Myagdi, Nepal. Journal of Applied Biology & Biotechnology Vol. 6(3), pp. 1-8, May-Jun, 2018
  18. P. Yadav, J. Maharjan, S. Korpole, GS Prasad, G. Sahani, T. Bhattarai, L. Sreema (2018). Production purification and characterization of Thermostable alkaline xylanase from AnoxybacillusKamchatkensis NASTPD13. Frontier in Bioengineering and Biotechnology 6, 95
  19. Munakarmi, NN, N Rana, T. Bhattarai, RL Shrestha, BK Joshi, B. Baral , S. Shrestha (2018). Characterization of genetic diversity of Acid Lime Citrus aurantifolia (christm) single cultivars and Eastern Nepal using Inter simple sequence repeat markers. Plants (Banl, Switzerland ) 7C2)
  20. Jarina Joshi, TribikramBhattarai, and LakshmaiahSreerama 'Efficient methods of pretreatment for the release of reducing sugars from lignocellulosic biomass native to Nepal and characterization of pretreated lignocellulosic biomass.

Dr. Rajani Malla

Books Published

  1. Characterization of p-NPP reactive Acid phosphatase in Piriformosporaindica.Lambert Academic Publications. Germany. 2009
  2. Sewage Quality Control Monitoring Manual. Applicable to M.Sc. Students of Microbiology and Environmental Sciences. 2011
  3. Microbiology for Biotechnology students.2011
  4. Bio-Molecules in Microorganisms and Their Roles to Friendly Environments,2011.

Publication

  1. Phytochemical extraction and antimicrobial properties of different medicinal plants: Ocimum sanctum (Tulsi),Eugeniacaryophyllata (clove), Achyranthesbidentata (Datiwan) and Azadirachtaindica(Neem). Journal of microbiology and antimicrobials. Vol. 3 (1):1-7, 2011
  2. Lignocellulosic ethanol production: Current practices and recent developments. Biotechnology and Molecular Biology Review Vol. 6(8) pp. 172-182, 2011
  3. The Epidemiology and health burden of Neurocysticercosis in Nepal. International Journal of Tropical Disease and Health. Vol. 4(2): 204-223, 2014
  4. Microbial Polyhydroxyalkanoates (PHAs) as a source of biodegradable plastics. Environment and Biotechnology.Lambert academic publishing. 257-277, 2012
  5. Cellulosic ethanol for sustainable and economic environment. Environment and Biotechnology.Lambert academic publishing. 344-382, 2012
  6. Role of mer operon in bacterial mediated detoxification of mercurial compounds. Environment and Biotechnology.Lambert academic publishing. 383-399, 2012
  7. Similarities between Piriformosporaindica and SebacinavermiferaSensu, members of the order Sebacinales based on immunological technique. Springer-Verlag Germany.Vol.33 (3):37-52, 2013
  8. 10.Phosphatase Polymorphism between members of the closely related microorganisms. Journal of Nepal Biotechnology Association. Vol.3 (1), 8-13, 2013
  9. Effect of storage temperature and multiple freezing thawing on stability of goat polyclonal antibody. Journal of Nepal Biotechnology Association.Vol.3 (1), 49-52, 2013.
  10. Enhanced production of bioethanol from salt and ethanol tolerance yeast isolated from Murcha” Rentech Symposium Compendium, December 2012, Volume 2, pp. 49-51.
  11. Phytochemical extraction and antimicrobial properties of different medicinal plants: Ocimum sanctum (Tulsi),Eugeniacaryophyllata (clove), Achyranthesbidentata (Datiwan) and Azadirachtaindica (Neem). Journal of microbiology and antimicrobials. Vol. 3 (1):1-7, 2011
  12. Microbial polyhydroxyalkanoates (PHAs) as a source of biodegradable plastics. Environment and biotechnology. Lambert academic publishing. 257-277, 2012
  13. Role of mer operon in bacterial mediated detoxification of mercurial compounds. Environment and biotechnology. Lambert academic publishing. 383-399, 2012
  14. Cellulosic ethanol for sustainable and economic environment. Environment and biotechnology. Lambert academic publishing. 344-382, 2012
  15. Multidrug resistance Acenetobacterbaumannii: A systematic review for microbial and clinical study. International journal for applied biology and pharmaceutical technology.4 (2),166-184, 2012
  16. Similarities between Piriformosporaindica and SebacinavermiferaSensu, members of the order Sebacinales based on immunological technique. Springer-Verlag Germany.Vol.33 (3):37-52, 2013
  17. Phosphatase polymorphism between members of the closely related microorganisms. Journal of Nepal biotechnology association. Vol.3 (1), 8-13, 2013
  18. Effect of storage temperature and multiple freezing thawing on stability of goat polyclonal antibody. Journal of Nepal biotechnology association. Vol.3 (1), 49-52, 2013.
  19. Seroprevalence of Dengue Virus Infection in Nepal. Int J ApplSci Biotechnol.4(1): 224- 227.2013
  20. Emergence of Dengue Virus Infection in Nepal. Int J ApplSciBiotechnol 2013,1(3): 79-84, 2013
  21. Isolation and molecular characterization of lactobacilli from traditional fermented Dahi produced at different altitudes in Nepal. Dairy Sci. & Technol. Vol. 94:397–408 DOI 10.1007/s13594-014-0167-4, 2014
  22. The Epidemiology and health burden of Neurocysticercosis in Nepal. International Journal of Tropical Disease and Health. Vol. 4(2): 204-223, 2014
  23. Comparison of CPE NT and PRNT assays for estimating Neutralizing antibody titres against Japanese Encephalitis Virus. Int.J.Curr.Microbiol.App.Sci 3(1): 407-413,2014
  24. Seroprevalence of Dengue Virus Infection in Nepal. Int J ApplSci Biotechnol.4(1): 224- 227.2013
  25. Bacteriophages-solution to a global crisis lies in rivers of kathmandu valley. Short report. Revo science,6,03,June, 2016
  26. Biomed research international. Received 11 June 2016; Revised 25 August 2016; Accepted 21 September 2016

Article General

  1. Smarter bacteria in Bioremediation: A tool for environmental Cleaning. RevoScience. Biotechnology. Vol.3.(1), 28-30, 2013
  2. Halobacteriumhalobium replaces semiconductors. RevoScience. Biotechnology. Vol.3 (2),23,2013
  3. Living Magnets in Biotechnology. RevoScience. Biotechnology. Vol.3 (4), 34-35, 2013

Prof. Dr. Ganga Kharel

Publications:

  1. Acharya, P.P.,Kharel, G.P. and Chetana, R. (2015). Physico-chemical and microbiological characteristics of gundpak—A traditional milk products of Nepal. J. Food Res. 4(4) 30-37.
  2. Karki, D.B. and Kharel, G.P. (2013). Malting characteristics of some Nepalese finger millets (Eleusinecoracana) varieties. Int. J. Current Research. 5(05), 1054-1059.
  3. Karki, D.B. and Kharel, G.P. (2012). Physico-chemical properties of finger millet (Eleusinecoracana) and barley beers. Int. J. Biotechnol. Allied Fields. 1(1) 19-35.
  4. Karki, D.B. and Kharel, G.P. (2012). Effect of finger millet varieties on chemical characteristics of their malts. African J. Food Sci.,6
  5. Karki, D.B. and Kharel, G.P. (2010). Solid versus semi-solid fermentation of finger millet (Eleusinecoracana L.). J. Food Sci.Technol. Nepal,6, 31~35.
  6. Acharya, P.P., Kharel, G.P. and Bhandari, M. (2010). Survey on production, marketing and consumption of gundpak: A traditional khoa based milk product of Nepal. J. Food Sci.Technol. Nepal,6, 43~52.
  7. Mishra, A and Kharel, G.P. (2010). Preservation and quality evaluation of sisnu (Urticaplaviflora) by making gundruk like fermented product. . J. Food Sci. Technol. Nepal,6, 114~117.
  8. Karki, D.B. andKharel, G.P. (2008). Storage stability of fermented finger millet (Eleusinecoracana) packaged in PVC container under ambient conditions, J .Food Sci. Technol. Nepal,4, 70~71.

Book publications:

  1. Kharel, G.P., Acharya, P.P. and Rai, B.K. (2010).Traditional Foods of Nepal, Highlight Publication Pvt Ltd, Kathmandu, Nepal

Prof. Dr. Tilak R. Shrestha

Publications

  1. George P. Patrinos,1 Timothy D. Smith,2 Heather Howard,2 Fahd Al-Mulla,3 Lotfi Chouchane,4 Andreas Hadjisavvas,5 Sherifa A. Hamed,6 Xi-Tao Li, 7 Makia Marafie,8 Rajkumar S. Ramesar,9 Feliciano J. Ramos,10 Thomy de Ravel,11 Mona O. El-Ruby, 12Tilak R Shrestha,13 Mar´ıa-Jes ´us Sobrido,14 Ghazi Tadmouri,15 Martina Witsch-Baumgartner, 16Bin Alwi Zilfalil,17 Arleen D. Auerbach,18 Kevin Carpenter,19 Garry R. Cutting,20 Vu Chi Dung,21 Wayne Grody,22 Julia Hasler,23 Lynn Jorde,24 Jim Kaput,25 Milan Macek,26 Yoichi Matsubara,27 Carmancita Padilla,28 Helen Robinson,2,29 Augusto Rojas-Martinez,30 Graham R. Taylor,31 Mauno Vihinen,32 Tom Weber,33 John Burn,34 Ming Qi,35,36 Richard G. H. Cotton,2,37 and David Rimoin38, Human Variome Project Country Nodes: Documenting Genetic Information within a Country (2012), Human Mutation (an official journal of Human Genome Variation Society (HGVS), Melbourne, Australia, Published online 29 June 2012 in Wiley Online Library (www.wiley.com/humanmutation).DOI: 10.1002/humu.22147, HUMAN MUTATION, Vol. 33, No. 11, 1513–1519, 20 ( International Journal).
  2. Satya Prakash, Avishek Mishra, TilakRShrestha, NagendraAwasthi, Isha Pradhan, Anushuman Mishra and Krishna Das Manandhar.(2015)Evolutionary prospective of Indian Subcontinent Population. Advancement of Technology and Research. 124-129.

Books

  1. Essence of Learning in Molecular Biotechnology. (First edition-2013). Publisher- Sangita Shrestha, Kathmandu, Nepal, ISBN:978-9937-2-8243-7
  2. A Text Book of Experimental Molecular Biology. (First edition 2013). Publisher- Linda Shrestha, Kathmandu, Nepal, ISBN:978-9937-2-8244-4
  3. DNA Barcodes of Life: Principle and Practice. (First edition 2013). Pblisher- Linda Shrestha, Kathmandu, Nepal, ISBN:978-9937-2-8246-8

Lecturer Bal Hari Poudel

Publication

  1. Sequence Analysis of Rifampicin Resistance Determining Region (RRDR) of Mycobacterium tuberculosis journal of tropical lifesciencesVOL. 8, NO. 1, pp. 87 – 90, 2018
  2. MiteshShrestha ,HemantaKumari Chaudhary, Pradip Kumar Chaudhary,BalHariPoudel*
  3. Amplification Refractory Mutation System – Polymerase Chain Reaction for Rapid Detection of rpoB Gene Mutations in Mycobacterium tuberculosis HemantaKumari Chaudhary1 , Mitesh Shrestha , Prakash Chaudhary , BalHariPoudelInternational Journal of Applied Science & Biotechnology 2017; Vol 5(1): 81-85
  4. A Pilot Study on Screening of BRCA1 Mutations (185delAG, 1294del40) in Nepalese Breast Cancer Patients BibekBhatta, RoshinaThapa , Sanjay Shahi , YogeshBhatta , Dipendra Raj Pandeya , BalHariPoudel. Asian Pacific Journal of Cancer Prevention, Vol 17, 2016
  5. Polymerase Chain Reaction using the MPB64 fragment for detection of mycobacterium tuberculosis complex DNA in suspected TB cases RitambharaAryal, Anil K. Sah, Deepak S. Paudel, Bishnu Joshi, Sunil P. Lekhak, ReemaRajbhandari, BalHariPoudel, Bijaya Pant, Ganesh Prasad Neupane, BasantPant.Int J Med Sci Public Health2014; 3(11): 1421-1424
  6. katG (SER 315 THR) gene mutation in isoniazid resistant Mycobacterium tuberculosis.Marahatta SBGautam SDhital SPote NJha AKMahato RMishra SPoudel BHRamasoota PKaewkungwal JSinghasivanon P. Kathmandu Univ Med J (KUMJ). 2011 Jan-Mar;9(33):19-23.
  7. Raunak Shrestha, Rubin Narayan Joshi, Kriti Joshi, BalHariPoudelandBhupalGovinda Shrestha, Analysis of KatG Ser315Thr Mutation in Multidrug ResistantMycobacterium tuberculosis and SLC11A1 Polymorphism inMultidrug Resistance Tuberculosis in Central DevelopmentRegion of Nepal Using PCR‐RFLP Technique: A Pilot Study. Nepal Journal of Biotechnology. Jan. 2011, Vol. 1, No. 1 : 14‐21
  8. Pokhrel k, Dhungana BR, Tiwari KB, Shahi RB, Yadav BK, Sharna M, Shrestha RK, Shrestha D, Poudel BH. Antibacterial activities of some medicinal plants of Nepal. J Inst Med 2008; 30: 28-32.

Lecturer Jarina Joshi

Publication

  1. Prabin Shrestha, Bishnu Joshi, Jarina Joshi, RajaniMalla, and LakshmaiahSreerama, (2016) “Isolation and Physicochemical Characterization of Laccase from Ganoderma lucidum-CDBT1 Isolated from Its Native Habitat in Nepal,” BioMed Research International, vol. 2016, Article ID 3238909, 10 pages.
  2. BimalaDhakal and Jarina Joshi (2015). “Neutral Red Immoblized Graphite Felt Anodic Microbial Fuel Cell for Wastewater Treatment and Generation of Electricity” J. Bioprocess Bioprocessing Biotech, 5(11):261 (http://dx.doi.org/10.4172/2155-9821.1000261)
  3. JarinaJoshi ,Rejeena Shrestha, RojlinaManandhar, Krishna Manandhar, Laxmaiya Shree Rama, TribikramBhattarai. “Improvement of ethanol production by electrochemical redox combination of yeast cells” International Journal of Biological Sciences and Applications , American Association of Science and Technology, 1(3), PP 44-51. 2014. (http://www.aascit.org/journal/ijbsa)
  4. Jarina Joshi. “Enhanced production of ethanol from red potatoes grown in hilly regions of Nepal using various nitrogen sources” International Journal of Applied Sciences and Biotechnology (IJASBT) 2(1): 41-44, 2014.
  5. Jarina Joshi, LumantiManandhar, Pratima Shrestha, Rani Gupta, RojlinaManandhar and Smita Shrestha.“ Random Amplification of Polymorphic DNA Analysis for Genetic Characterization of Two Breeds of Dogs, German Shepherd and Japanese spitz” Nepal Journal of Science and Technology. Vol. 13(2), 73-78, 2012.
  6. Bishnu Joshi, Megh Raj Bhatt, Dinita Sharma, Jarina Joshi, RajaniMalla and LakshmaiahSreerama. “Lignocellulosic ethanol production: Current practices and recent developments” Biotechnology and Molecular Biology Review, 2011, Vol 6(8), 172-182. Available online at http://www.academicjournals.org/BMBR
  7. Jarina Joshi, Alisha Rijal, SalonaAmatya and Smita Sharma.“ Ethanol production using various locally available yeast sources and comparision of the yield.” Journal of Biomolecule Reconstruction 7(1), 2010, 68-75.
  8. JeniMaharjan, Rejeena Shrestha, RajaniMalla and Jarina Joshi “Enhanced production of bioethanol from salt and ethanol tolerance yeast isolated from Murcha” Rentech Symposium Compendium, December 2012, Volume 2, pp. 49-51.
  9. Smita Shrestha, Fedip Shrestha, PrajwalRajbhandari, Shyam Krishna Suwal, Ramesh Baral and JarinaJoshi.“Enhanced Production of ethanol from Cheese whey by Agarose and Alginate Immoblization of Yeast cells.” Journal of Nepal Chemical Society 30(2), 2012, pp 159-164.
  10. Jarina Joshi, TribikramBhattarai, and LakshmaiahSreerama 'Efficient methods of pretreatment for the release of reducing sugars from lignocellulosic biomass native to Nepal a nd characterization of pretreated lignocellulosic biomass.

Lecturer Smita Shrestha

Papers

  1. Multiplex Ligation Dependent Probe Amplification Based Mutation Analysis of Dystrophin Gene in Nepalese Patients with Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy Kushal Shrestha1, Smita Shrestha2, Mr. Saroj Khatiwada3, Bishnu Acharya4, Sulochana Manandhar5, Rohit Kumar Pokharel6,7 *Nepal Journal of Biotechnology. Dec 2016 Vol. 4, No. 1: 37-42
  2. First report of hepatitis E virus viremia in healthy blood donors from Nepal. Gupta BP, Lama TK, Adhikari A, Shrestha A, Rauniyar R, Sapkota B, Thapas,ShresthaS,GuptaPP,DasManandharK.Virus disease2016 Sep;27(3):324-326.
  3. Evaluation of Flavonoid Content, Antibacterial,Antioxidant and Anticancerous Properties of SixMedicinal Plants of Nepal. Deepak Raj Pant, SilaMahatara, UshaAdhikari ,smitashresthaJournal of academic research,2017
  4. Seroepidemiology study of Hepatitis B virus infection in Nepal Smita Shrestha1,Sudhamshu KC2,Balram Gautam2,Sher Bahadur Pun3,sila Mahatara1,Krishna Das Manandhar.SciUn research journal,2018

Lecturer Suresh Subedi

Publications:

2014

  1. Expression, Purification and X-Ray crystallographic analysis of the H. pylori. Blood Group Antigen Binding Adhesion BabA. Actacryst.F.Struct.Biol.commun. 2014 Dec1; 70(Pt12):1631-5

2016

  1. Moonens, K.; Gideonsson, P.; Subedi, S.; Bugaytsova, J.; Romao, E.; Mendez, M.; Norden, J.; Fallah, M.; Rakhimova, O.; Shevtsova, A.; Lahman, M.; Castaldo, G.; Brannstrom, K.; Coppens, F.; Lo, A. W.; Ny, T.; Solnick, J.; Vandenbussche, G.; Oscarson, S.; Hammarstrom, L.; Arnqvist, A.; Berg, D. E.; Muyldermans, S.; Boren, T.; Remaut, H. (2016). Structural Insight in Adaptive and Redox-sensitive ABO Glycan Binding by Helicobacter pylori. Cell Host & Microbe 2016 January 13; 19(1): 55-66. 

2018

  1. Coppens, F., Castaldo, G., Debraekeleer, A., Subedi, S., Moonens, K., Lo, A., &Remaut, H. (2018). Hopfamily Helicobacter outer membrane adhesins form a novel class of Type 5like secretion proteins with an interrupted βbarrel domain. Molecular microbiology.

Lecturer Alina Sapkota

  1. Shakya R, Hoque M.K., SapkotaA.S.and Gupta P.K: Histological examination of the changes in the liver of albino rats treated with different doses of Sodium Valproate. 2nd IASCBC & 36th AAT Annual Conference, December 6-8, 2012: 248-254
  2. Sapkota A.S., Sapkota A, Acharya K, Raut M, Jha B: Study of Metabolic Syndrome in Postmenopausal women.ACCLM, March 2015; 1(1):6-11
  3. Acharya K, Regmi S, Sapkota A. S., Raut M, JhaB: Microalbumin Status in relation to GlycatedHemoglobin and duration of Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus. ACCLM, March 2015; 1(1):21-24

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