January 19, 2011 at 9am to January 20, 2011 at 6pm
We proudly announce that Department of Biotechnology, Karunya University, Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu, India are planning to conduct CSIR & ICMR sponsored "National Conference on Oxidative Stress and its Complications in Human Health - 2011 (NCOSH-2011) during 19th and 20th of January 2011".The primary objective of the conference is to provide a platform for discussing and exchanging views on various issues of antioxidants and health issues, academicians, researchers, practitioners to recon with…See More
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T.S.Subha & A.Gnanamani (2009) Candida biofilm perfusion studies using active fraction of Acorus calamus. Journal of Animal & Plant Sciences. Vol. 4, Issue 2: 363 - 371.
T.S.Subha & A.Gnanamani (2009) Combating oral candidiasis in albino rats using bioactive fraction of Acorus calamus. Journal of Applied Biosciences 21: 1265 – 1276.
T.S.Subha & A.Gnanamani (2009) In vitro assessment of anti - dermatophytic effect of active fraction of methanolic extracts of Acorus calamus. Journal of applied biosciences.
T.S.Subha & A. Gnanamani (2008) Perfusion of antifungal agents through biofilms of Candida sp. Current science vol. 94 (6)774-779.
T.S.Subha & A. Gnanamani Effect of active fraction of methanolic extract of Acorus calamus on sterol metabolism of Candida albicans .J. Applied Biosciences Vol. 8 (1): 243 – 250.
T.S.Subha & S.Chandra (2005) Temple tanks their status and algal biodiversity. Indian hydrobiology 7;123-127.
T.S.Subha & S.Chandra (2005) A Study of biodiversity of algae and status of temple tanks in and around the city of Chennai. Pollution Research 24:84-88.
T.S.Subha & K. Murugesan (2003). Biopesticidal efficacy of Solanum trilobatum. Proceedings of Ecotech (full paper) 192-196.
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