My research field or area of interest innanotechnology
Plant Biochemistry and Nanobiotechnology.
Isolation and charcterization of phytochemicals and Synthesis of metal, oxides as well as chalcognide nanoparticles using microbes, plant biomass, food benefeciaries, expired medicines and lower animal extract/broth.
List of Publications:
I. Chapters for Book : i.)Title : Understanding biosynthesis of metallic/oxide nanoparticles: A biochemical perspective
Book title : Biocompatible Nanomaterials Synthesis, Characterization and Applications
Author : Anal K. Jha and K. Prasad
Publisher : NOVA Book Co., USA. (2010) (Ed.: Sea-Fue Wang)
ii) Title : Biosynthetic methods for inorganic nanoparticles
Book title: Inorganic Nanomedicine :Volume 5 of Biomedical Nanotechnology Series, [Vladimir Torchilin (Chief Editor)]
Author: Anal K. Jha and K. Prasad
Publisher : Pan Stanford Publishing, USA (2011).
II. Research Publications:
1. Banana fly synthesized CdS nanoparticles ! Anal K.Jha and Kamal Prasad. J.Bionanosci.(2012).In press.
2. Biological synthesis of cobalt ferrite nanoparticles, Anal K. Jha and K. Prasad, Nanotechnology Development (ID: 25295 dtd. Jan. 13, 2012) .2e9:46-52.
3. Biosynthesis of Gold Nanoparticles Using Common Aromatic Plants, Anal K. Jha and K. Prasad, International Journal of Green Nanotechnology, (2012) in press.
4. Synthesis of nanomaterials using expiry medicine: An eco-benign option, Anal K. Jha and
K. Prasad, Nanotechnology Development, (2012) 2e7:36-39.
5. PbS nanoparticles: biosynthesis and characterization, Anal K. Jha and K. Prasad,
International Journal of Nanoparticles, (2012) in press.
6. Carbon coated Alumina nanoparticles: A Green option for water purification. Journal of Bionanoscience, (2012) Vol. 6, 1–6.
7. Biosynthesis of metal and oxide nanoparticles using orange juice, Anal K. Jha, V. Kumar and K. Prasad, Journal of Bionanoscience, (2011) Vol. 5, 162–166.
8. Biosynthesis of gold nanoparticles using bael (Aegle marmelos) leaf: Mythology met technology. Anal K. Jha and K. Prasad, International Journal of Green Nanotechnology: Physics & Chemistry 3(2) (2011) 92-97.
9. Green fruit of chili (Capsicum annum L.) synthesizes nano silver!, Anal K. Jha and
K. Prasad, Digest Journal of Nanomaterials and Biostructure, 6(4) (2011) 1717-1723.
11. Biosynthesis of metal and oxide nanoparticles using Lactobacilli from yoghurt and probiotic spore tablets, Anal K. Jha and K. Prasad, Biotechnology Journal, 5 (2010) 285-291.
12. Biosynthesis of CdS nanoparticles: An improved green and rapid procedure, K. Prasad and Anal K. Jha, Journal of Colloid and Interface Science, 342(1) (2010) 68-72.
13. Synthesis of Gd2O3 nanoparticles using Lactobacillus sp.: a novel green approach,
Anal K. Jha, K. Prasad and A. R. Kulkarni, International Journal of Green Nanotechnology: Physics & Chemistry, 2 (2010) P31-P38.
14. Synthesis of BaTiO3 nanoparticles: A new sustainable green approach, Anal K. Jha and
K. Prasad, Integrated Ferroelectrics, 117(1) (2010) 49-54. DOI: 10.1080/10584587.2010.489422.
15. Biosynthesis of silver nanoparticles using Cycas leaf, Anal K. Jha and K. Prasad, International Journal of Green Nanotechnology, 1(2) (2010) 110-117.
16. Ferroelectric BaTiO3 nanoparticles: biosynthesis and characterization, Anal K. Jha and
K. Prasad, Colloids and Surfaces B: Biointerfaces, 75(1) (2010) 330-334.
17. Can microbes mediate nano-transformation? K. Prasad, Anal K. Jha, K. Prasad and
A.R. Kulkarni, Indian Journal of Physics, 84(10) (2010) 1355-1360.
18. Plant system: Nature’s nanofactory, Anal K. Jha, K. Prasad, Kamlesh Prasad and A.R. Kulkarni, Colloids and Surfaces B: Biointerfaces, 73(2) (2009) 219-223.
19. Synthesis of TiO2 nanoparticles using microorganisms, Anal K. Jha, K. Prasad and
A.R. Kulkarni, Colloids and Surfaces B: Biointerfaces, 71(2) (2009) 226-229.
20. Biosynthesis of Sb2O3 Nanoparticles: A Low Cost Green Approach, Anal K. Jha, K. Prasad and K. Prasad, Biotechnology Journal, 4(11) (2009) 1582-1585.
21. ZnO nanoparticles: synthesis and adsorption study, K. Prasad and Anal K. Jha,
Natural Science, 1(2) (2009) 129-135.
22. Biosynthesis of silver nanoparticles using Eclipta leaf, Anal K. Jha, K. Prasad, V. Kumar and K. Prasad, Biotechnology Progress, 25(5) (2009) 1476-1479.
23. A green low-cost biosynthesis of Sb2O3 nanoparticles, Anal K. Jha, Kamlesh Prasad and
K. Prasad, Biochemical Engineering Journal, 43(3) (2009) 303-306.
24. Electrical conduction in L-adrenaline, L.N. Mandal, R.P. Sahai, L.K. Sahay, Anal K. Jha, K.P. Chandra and K. Prasad, Material Science: An Indian Journal, (2009) in press.
25. Electrical properties of biogenic material: Bilirubin rich gallstone, K. Prasad, Anal K. Jha, K.P. Chandra, International Journal of Nano and Biomaterials, 1(3) (2008) 339-350.
26. Yeast mediated synthesis of silver nanoparticles, Anal K. Jha, K. Prasad and A.R. Kulkarni, International Journal of Nanoscience & Nanotechnology, Iran, 4(1) (2008) 17-21.
27. Synthesis of nickel nanoparticles: bioreduction method, Anal K. Jha, K. Prasad and
A.R. Kulkarni, Nanoscience & Nanotechnology: An Indian journal, 2(2-3) (2008) in press.
28. Lactobacillus assisted synthesis of titanium nanoparticles, K. Prasad, Anal K. Jha and
A.R. Kulkarni, Nanoscale Research Letters, 2 (2007) 248-250.
29. Microbe mediated nano transformation: Cadmium, Anal K. Jha, K. Prasad and
A.R. Kulkarni, NANO: Brief Reprots & Reviews, USA, 2(4) (2007) 239-242.
Researchgroup, Institute, University, School, Company name
Aryabhatta Knowledge University, Patna, India
Researchgroup, Institute, Company, University, School webpage
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