My research field or area of interest innanotechnology
Genetic Toxicology, Nanotoxicology, Epigenetics
Nanotoxicology and Epigenetics
1. Manivannan J, Sinha S, Ghosh Manosij, Nag A, Jana A, Anita Mukherjee. Sodium fluoride promotes apoptosis by generation of reactive oxygen species in human lymphocytes. Journal of Toxicology and Environmental Health Part A (2014); Impact Factor: 1.73 (Accepted)
2. Sinha S, Manivannan J, Ghosh Manosij, Anita Mukherjee. Evaluation of toxicity of essential oils palmarosa, citronella, lemongrass and vetiver in human lymphocytes. Food and Chemical Toxicology. Volume 68, June 2014, Pages 71–77 Impact Factor: 3.01
3. Bhadra S, Ghosh Manosij, Anita Mukherjee, Maumita Bandyopadhyay. Vivipary in Hedychium elatum (Zingiberaceae). Phytotaxa 130 (1): 55–59 (2013) Impact Fator: 1.797
4. Joy Sarkar, Ghosh Manosij, Anita Mukherjee, Dipankar Chattopadhyay, Krishnendu Acharya. Biosynthesis and safety evaluation of ZnO nanoparticles. Bioprocess and Biosystems Engineering 2014, 37(2):165-171 Impact Factor: 1.869
5. Debarati Nag, Ghosh Manosij, Anita Mukherjee. Antimutagenic and genoprotective effect of Saraca asoca bark extract. Toxicology and industrial health (2013). Impact Factor: 1.55 (Accepted)
6. Ghosh Manosij, Anirban Chakraborty, Anita Mukherjee. Cytotoxic, genotoxic and hemolytic effect of titanium dioxide (TiO2) nanoparticles on human erythrocyte and lymphocyte cells in vitro. Journal of Applied Toxicology (2013) 33: 1097-1110. Impact Factor: 2.597
7. Manivannan J, Sinha S, Ghosh Manosij, Mukherjee A. Evaluation of multi-endpoint assay to detect genotoxicity and oxidative stress in mice exposed to sodium fluoride. Mutation Research - Genetic Toxicology and Environmental Mutagenesis (2013) 751(1): 59–65. Impact Factor: 3.035
8. Ghosh Manosij, Manivannan J, Sinha S, Chakraborty A, Mallick SK, Bandyopadhyay M, Mukherjee A. In vitro and in vivo genotoxicity of silver nanoparticles. Mutation Research - Genetic Toxicology and Environmental Mutagenesis (2012) 749 (1–2): 60-69. Impact Factor: 3.035
9. Olajire A. Adegoke, Ghosh Manosij, and Mukherjee A. Spectrophotometric and thermodynamic studies of the interactions of 4-Carboxyl-2,6-dinitrophenylazohydroxynaphthalenes with bovine serum albumin, Spectrochimica Acta Part A: Molecular and Biomolecular Spectroscopy (2012) 96: 1038–1046. Impact Factor: 2.098
10. Olajire A. Adegoke, Ghosh Manosij, Jana A and Mukherjee A. Studies of the interactions of 4-carboxyl-2,6-dinitrophenylazohydroxynaphthalenes with CTDNA in aqueous medium. Journal of Molecular Liquids (2012) 174: 17–25. Impact Factor: 1.580.
11. Olajire A. Adegoke, Ghosh Manosij, Manivannan J, Sinha S and Mukherjee A. Genotoxicity evaluation of 4-Carboxyl-2,6-dinitrophenylazohydroxynaphthalenes in mice. Toxicology and industrial health (2012). Impact Factor: 1.55 (Accepted)
12. Ghosh Manosij, Chakraborty A, Bandyopadhyay M and Mukherjee A. Multi-walled carbon nanotubes (MWCNT): Induction of DNA damage in plant and mammalian cells. Journal of Hazardous Materials (2011), 197: 327-336. Impact Factor: 4.173
13. Sarkar J, Chattopadhyay D, Patra S, Deo SS, Sinha S, Ghosh M, Mukherjee A and Acharya K. Alternaria alternate mediated synthesis of protein capped silver nanoparticles and their genotoxic activity. Digest Journal of Nanomaterials and Biostructures (2011), 6 (2): 563 – 573. Impact Factor: 2.078
14. Ghosh Manosij, Bandyopadhyay M and Mukherjee A. Genotoxicity of titanium dioxide (TiO2) nanoparticles at two trophic levels: plant and human lymphocytes. Chemosphere (2010), 81 (10): 1253-1262. Impact Factor: 3.206
15. Ghosh Manosij, Biswas D and Mukherjee A. High-altitude medicines: A short-term genotoxicity study. Toxicology and industrial health (2010), 26(7): 417–424. Impact Factor: 1.423
16. Ghosh Manosij, Paul J, Sinha S and Mukherjee A. Comparative evaluation of promutagens o- PDA, m- PDA and MH for genotoxic response in root cells of Allium cepa L. The Nucleus (2010), 53(1–2): 45–50.
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