My research field or area of interest innanotechnology
Plant Molecular Biology, Pahways Engineering; Pharacological Effects of Nutrceuticals
Aplication s of nano technology; Nutraceutical,
Satyanarayana,K.V., Kumar,V., Chandrashekar, A. and Ravishankar,G.A. (2005) ) Isolation of promoter for N-methyltransferase gene associated with caffeine biosynthesis in Coffea canephora .. Journal of Biotechnology. 119:20-25.
Santa Ram,A., Indu,E.P. Chandrashekar,A., Ravishankar,G.A. and Ganesh, D. (2005) Identification of low caffeine coffees in some interspecific hybrids and their progenies . Journal of Plantation Research. 33:90-94
Kumar,V., Satyanarayana,K.V. Sarala Itty,E. Indu,E.P.A. Chandrashekar,A. and G.A. Ravishankar,G.A. (2006) Stable transformation and direct regeneration in Coffea canephora P ex. Fr. by Agrobacterium rhizogenes mediated transformation without hairy root phenotype. Plant Cell Rep. 25: 214–222
K. V. Satyanarayana, A. Chandrashekar, and G. A. Ravishankar (2006) Evaluation of PCR-Based Methods for Isolating Flanking Regions of Genes. Molecular Biotechnology 32 111-116
Tesso,T.,Ejeta, G. Chandrashekar, A., Huang, Chia-Ping. Tandjung, A.. Lewamy, L. Axtell, J.D.and Hamaker, B.R.; (2006) A Novel Modified Endosperm Texture in a Mutant High Protein Digestibility/High-Lysine Grain Sorghum [Sorghum bicolor (L.) Moench83:194-201.
Latha,R., Shaannaika, Manonmani,/h.K. Chandrashekar,A., Rati,E.R. (2006) Screening aflatoxigenic fungi in select spice samples by PCR. Asian Jr. Microbiol Biotech Env. Science 8::35-40.
Chandrashekar,A and Satyanarayana, K.V. (2006) Disease and pest resistance in grains of sorghum and millets Journal of Cereal Science 44 :287–304.
Kamath V, Niketh S, Chandrashekar A. (2007). Chymotryptic hydrolysates of alpha-kafirin, the storage protein of sorghum (Sorghum bicolor) exhibited angiotensin converting enzyme inhibitory activity Food Chemistry 100 (1): 306-311.
Kumar, V., Satyanarayana, K.V., A. Ramakrishna, A., Chandrashekar, A., and Ravishankar ,G. A. (2007) Delivery of N-methyltransferase and 11S globulin promoters of Coffea canephora Pex Fr. by tissue electroporation and analysis of transformational events. Current Science. 93,77-81.
Kumar, V., Satyanarayana, K.V., A. Ramakrishna, A., Chandrashekar, A., and Ravishankar, G. A. (2007) Evidence for localization of N-methyltransferase (MMT) of caffeine biosynthetic pathway in vacuolar surface of Coffea canephora endosperm elucidated through localization of GUS reporter gene driven by NMT promoter. Current Science . 93,363-386.
Reeta Davis,R., Chandrashekar,A, Tumkur R. Shamala, T.R. (2007) Role of (R)-specific enoyl coenzyme A hydratases of Pseudomonas sp in the production of polyhydroxyalkanoates Antonie van Leeuwenhoek. 93 :. 285-296.
Prakash M. Halami, P.M. and Chandrashekar, A., (2007) Heterologous expression, purification and refolding of an anti-listerial peptide produced by Pediococcus acidilactici K7 Electronic Journal of Biotechnology ISSN: 0717-3458 Vol.10 No.4,.
Lincy, S.V. Latha, R., Chandrashekar, A., . Manonmani, H.K (2008) Detection of toxigenic fungi and quantification of type A trichothecene levels in some food and feed materials from India. Food Control 19 : 962–966
Reeta Davis, Anilkumar P. K., Chandrasheka, A. Shamala T. R. (2008) Biosynthesis of polyhydroxyalkanoates co-polymer in E. coli using genes from Pseudomonas and Bacillus. Antonie van Leeuwenhoek, 94:297-216.
Vinod Kumar . Giridhar P Chandrashekar A., Ravishankar G. A. (2008) Polyamines influence morphogenesis and caffeine biosynthesis in in vitro cultures of Coffea canephora P. ex Fr. Acta Physiol Plant 30:217–223
Kathiresan, S., Arun Chandrashekar., Ravishankar G.A and Sarada, R (2009)
Agrobacterium mediated transformation of the green alga Haematococcus pluvalis ( Chlorophyceae, Volvocales). Journal of Phycology . DOI: 10.1111/j.1529-8817.2009.00688
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FOrmerly at the C.F.T.R.I., Mysore .Now at the JSS college of Pharamacy, Ooty
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