My research field or area of interest innanotechnology
I have worked on synthesis of manganite nanoparticles during my Ph.D research. A through study on in vitro and in vivo toxicity was performed of this new material for its use as heating agent for hyperthermia treatment of cancer. Apart from this, induction of heat shock proteins was studied to understand the impact of heating on cell lines.
In vitro and in vivo (acute and chronic)toxicity analysis
Genotoxicity analysis by Amesassay, Comet assay and in vivo Micronucleus test
Publications and Patents
1. Mittra I, Pal K, Ramesan RM, Sharma CP, Bhuvaneshwar GS. Method for in-vivo binding of chromatin fragments. Indian Patent Application No. 212/MUM/2010 dated 27/01/2010.
2. Mittra I, Pal K, Ramesan RM, Sharma CP, Bhuvaneshwar GS. Method for in-vivo binding of chromatin fragments. PCT Application No. PCT/IN2011/000052 dated 27/01/2010.
3. Bhayani, K. R., Rajwade, J. M., Paknikar, K. M. Radio frequency induced LSMO mediated hyperthermia- In vitro valuation of Heat Shock Protein response (manuscript under preparation).
4. Bhayani, K. R., Singh, V., Umrani, R. and Paknikar, K. M. Acute single dose toxicity of Dex-LSMO NPs and mutagenicity testing through Ames assay and Micronucleus test (manuscript under preparation).
5. Bhayani, K. R., Kale, S. N., Aurora, S., Rajgopal, R., Mamgain, H., Kaul Ghanekar, R., Kundaliya, D., Kulkarni, S. D., Pasricha, R., Dhole, S. D., Ogale, S.B. and Paknikar K. M. Protein and polymer immobilized La0.7Sr0.3MnO3 Nanoparticles for possible biomedical applications. Nanotechnology, 2007, 18.
6. Kale, S. N., Rajgopal, R., Aurora, S., Bhayani, K. R., Rajwade, J. M., Paknikar, K. M., Kundaliya, D., and Ogale, S. B. Microwave Response of La0.7Sr0.3MnO3 Nanoparticles for Heating Applications. Journal of Biomedical Nanotechnology, 2007, 3,178-183.
7. Kale, S. N., Aurora, S., Bhayani, K. R., Paknikar, K. M., Jani, M., Wagh, U. V., Kulkarni, S. D. and Ogale, S. B. Cerium doping and stoichiometry control for biomedical use of La0.7Sr0.3MnO3 nanoparticles: Microwave absorption and cytotoxicity study. Nanomedicine: Nanotechnology, Biology, and Medicine. 2006, 2, 217– 221.
Researchgroup, Institute, University, School, Company name
Centre for Nanobioscience
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