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Biologist, Doctor, Social scientist
My research field or area of interest innanotechnology
“PHARMACOLIGICAL POTENTIAL OF SILVER NANO-PARTICLES BIO-SYNTHESIZED BY THE MARINE ALGAE COLPOMENIA SINUOSA (MERTENS EX ROTH) DERBÈS & SOLIER AND HALYMENIA PORYPHYROIDES BØRGESEN WITH REFERENCE TO THEIR ANTI-MICROBIAL EFFICACY”
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Nanotechnology,Vaccines,Drug Design.
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"Mr. Vishnu Kiran., Dr G.sumathi., “Immunological study and vaccine preparation for leptospirosis by electrophoretic methods” International seminar on Environmental Biotechnology conducted by The post Graduate and Research department of Zoology,J.B.A.S College for Women, University of Madras"

"Mr. Vishnu Kiran M., Dr S.Murugesan., Dr P.Murugakoothan., & Dr R.dhamotharan “Synthesis and characterization of gold particleboards from marine alga padina tetratromatica hauck”. National conference on “Advances in Nanotechnology-Emphasis on Environmental health and therapeutics” conducted by Departments of Gene Technology and Biochemistry JJ College of Arts and Science, bharthidasan university"

"Biogenic silver nanoparticles by Halymenia poryphyroides and its in vitro anti-diabetic efficacy" jouranl of chemical and pharmaceutical research Feb 2014

Biological synthesis of silver nano particles from marine alga Colpomenia sinuosa and its in vitro anti-diabetic activity American journal of pharmacology biochemistry and lifesciences Feb 2014

Bio-synthesis of silver nano particles from marine alga Halymenia Poryphyroides and its antibacterial efficacy
Int.J.Curr.Microbiol.App.Sci (2014) 3(4): x-xx
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Pachaiyappa's College Chennai
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http://www.pachaiyappas.com/
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Vishnu Kiran M's Blog

Drug makers chase cancer stem cells

Posted on October 14, 2010 at 6:55am 0 Comments





As evidence implicating stem cells in cancer mounts, drug makers are taking notice. GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) in December formed a strategic alliance worth up to $1.4 billion with OncoMed Pharmaceuticals, of Redwood City, California. The deal

gives GSK an option to license four of OncoMed's antibody candidates

developed to target cancer stem cells, one of which is scheduled to

enter clinical trials in June.



The… Continue

Anthrax investigation still yielding findings

Posted on October 14, 2010 at 6:51am 0 Comments

Chemical composition of spores doesn't match suspect flask.



The deadly bacterial spores mailed to victims in the US anthrax attacks, scientists say, share a chemical 'fingerprint' that is not found in

bacteria from the flask linked to Bruce Ivins, the biodefence

researcher implicated in the crime.



The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) alleges that Ivins, who committed suicide last July, was the person responsible for…

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Nanoparticles guide genes through the bloodstream

Posted on October 14, 2010 at 6:48am 0 Comments

Scientists from University of Bonn in Germany have designed a technique that allows them to repair damaged arteries’ tissue. The technique is based on

sending genes and healthy cells through the bloodstream to the place

that needs to be repaired.



Earlier, the “problem” was that it was unknown what quantity of healthy cells to send in order to repair the tissue. Small…

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What is nanomedicine

Posted on October 14, 2010 at 6:47am 0 Comments

Nanomedicine is a subfield of nanotechnology. It is often defined as the repair, construction and control of human biological systems using devices

built upon nanotechnology standards. Basically, nanomedicine is the

medical application of nanotechnology. Nanostructured materials,

engineered enzymes and many other products of biotechnology will be

very useful in the future. Of course, the full potential…

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At 7:54am on October 14, 2010,
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TINC
said…
dear Vishnu,

thanks for your blogposts, please always add the sources (if you copy the news from somewhere), link to the origin of the news. Thanks

editor
At 6:23am on July 14, 2010,
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RajaPandiyan
said…
hello sir
At 1:21pm on April 30, 2010,
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RajaPandiyan
said…
Hello add mea sur friend ?
At 7:21am on February 22, 2010,
Full member
Min Zhang
said…
hi, Dr. Kiran, your blog is so impressive. good.
At 1:50pm on January 7, 2010,
Full member
Professor (Dr.) Prem Vaishnava
said…
Keep up the interesting work.

Prem Vaishnava
 
 
 

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