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VOLUME 44

NUMBER 6

DECEMBER 2007

 
CONTENTS

 

 

Minireview

 

 

Role of cyclooxygenase-2 in tumor progression and immune regulation in lung cancer

 

419

        Swati Patel and Shubhada Chiplunkar*

 

 

 

Papers

 

Biochemical and immunological characterization of E. coli expressed 42 kDa fragment of Plasmodium vivax and P. cynomolgi bastianelli merozoite surface protein-1

 

429

        Deep C Kaushal*, Nuzhat A Kaushal, Atul Narula, Niraj Kumar, S K Puri, Shitij Dutta and David E Lanar

 

 

 

Necessity of nuclear and mitochondrial genome analysis prior to assisted reproductive techniques/intracytoplasmic sperm injection

 

437

        Rakesh Kumar, Audesh Bhat, R N K Bamezai, M B Shamsi, R Kumar,
N P Gupta, A C Ammini, M Aron, R K Sharma and Rima Dada*

 

 

 

Identification and characterization of lipids from endosomes purified by electromagnetic chromatography

 

443

        Sonia Guha, M Rajani and Harish Padh*

 

 

 

Molecular vibrations and normal modes in l-prolyl-glycyl-glycine using Wilson GF matrix method

450

        Anuj Kumar*, Poonam Tandon and V D Gupta

 

 

 

Biological activity predictions, crystallographic comparison and hydrogen bonding analysis of cholane derivatives

 

458

        Rajnikant*, Dinesh and Bhavnaish Chand

 

 

 

Quantitative structure-activity relationship of some pesticides

470

        G Om Praba and D Velmurugan*

 

 

 

Notes

 

Modulatory effect of Gynandropsis gynandra L. on glucose metabolizing enzymes in aflatoxin B1-induced hepatocellular carcinoma in rats

 

477

        D Sivanesan and V Hazeena Begum*

 

Antiphospholipid antibodies in young myocardial infarction patients

481

        Mahendra N Mishra*, Ravi Kalra and Mahendra K Gupta

 

 

 

Annual Subject Index

485

 

 

Annual Author Index

494

 

 

List of Referees

497

 

 

Instructions to Authors

501

 

 

 

 

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*Author for correspondence

 

 

AUTHOR INDEX

  

Ammini A C                             437

Aron M                                     437

Bamezai R N K                         437

Begum V H                               477

Bhat A                                      437

Chand B                                    458

Chiplunkar S                             419

Dada R                                      437

Dinesh                                       458

Dutta S                                      429

Guha S                                      443

Gupta M K                               481

Gupta N P                                437

Gupta V D                                450

Kalra R                                      481

Kaushal D C                             429

Kaushal N A                             429

Kumar A                                   450

Kumar N                                   429                                                  

Kumar R                                   437

Kumar Rakesh                          437

Lanar D E                                  429

Mishra M N                             481

Narula A                                   429

Om Praba G                              470

Padh H                                      443

Patel S                                       419

Puri S K                                    429

Rajani M                                   443

Rajnikant                                   458

Shamsi M B                              437

Sharma R K                               437

Sivanesan D                              477

Tandon P                                  450

Velmurugan D                           470


 

MINIREVIEW

 

Indian Journal of Biochemistry & Biophysics

Vol. 44, December 2007, pp. 419-428

 

Role of Cyclooxygenase-2 in Tumor Progression and Immune Regulation in
Lung Cancer

Swati Patel and Shubhada Chiplunkar*

Chiplunkar Lab, Advanced Centre for Treatment, Research and Education in Cancer (ACTREC),
Tata Memorial Centre, Kharghar, Navi Mumbai 410 210, India

Received 29 August 2007; revised 08 October 2007

Lung cancer is the leading cause of cancer death all over the world. The low 5-year survival rate (under 15%) has changed minimally in the last 25 years. Amongst different types of lung cancers, non-small cell lung carcinoma (NSCLC) types account 25-40%. To improve the survival of lung cancer patients, new therapeutic strategies are needed. The search for improved therapies has led to the investigation of agents that target novel pathways involved in tumor proliferation, invasion, survival and immune regulation. Cyclooxygenase-2 (COX-2) is one of the novel targets under evaluation for NSCLC therapy and chemoprevention. Although multiple genetic alterations are necessary for lung cancer invasion and metastasis, COX-2 may act as central element in orchestring these processes. COX-2 plays an important role in all aspects of tumor development and growth. It also plays a pivotal role in regulation of cytokines and immune responses in NSCLC patients. In this article, we review the experimental and clinical evidences on the possible link between COX and NSCLC.

Keywords: Cyclooxygenase (COX), Non-small cell lung carcinoma (NSCLC), Non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs)

*E-mail: schiplunkar@actrec.gov.in

 

 

 

PAPERS

 

Indian Journal of Biochemistry & Biophysics

Vol. 44, December 2007, pp. 429-436

 

Biochemical and immunological characterization of E. coli expressed 42 kDa fragment of Plasmodium vivax and P. cynomolgi bastianelli merozoite
surface protein-1

Deep C Kaushal1*, Nuzhat A Kaushal2, Atul Narula1, Niraj Kumar1, S K Puri2,

Shitij Dutta3 and David E Lanar3

Divisions of Microbiology1 and Parasitology2

Central Drug Research Institute, Post Box 173, Lucknow 226001, India

&

3Department of Immunology, Walter Reed Army Institute of Research

Silver Spring, Maryland 20910, USA

Received 14 June 2007; revised 22 October 2007

Plasmodium vivax is one of the most widely distributed human malaria parasites and due to drug-resistant strains, its incidence and prevalence has increased, thus an effective vaccine against the parasites is urgently needed. One of the major constraints in developing P. vivax vaccine is the lack of suitable in vivo models for testing the protective efficacy of the vaccine. P. vivax and P. cynomolgi bastianelli are the two closely related malaria parasites and share a similar clinical course of infection in their respective hosts. The merozoite surface protein-1 (MSP-1) of these parasites has found to be protective in a wide range of host-parasite systems. P. vivax MSP-1 is synthesized as 200 kDa polypeptide and processed just prior to merozoite release from the erythrocytes into smaller fragments. The C- terminal 42 kDa cleavage product of MSP-1 (MSP-142) is present on the surface of merozoites and a major candidate for blood stage malaria vaccine. In the present study, we have biochemically and immunologically characterized the soluble and refolded 42 kDa fragment of MSP-1 of P. vivax (PvMSP-142) and P. cynomolgi B (PcMSP-142). SDS-PAGE analysis showed that both soluble and refolded E. coli expressed P. vivax and P. cynomolgi B MSP-142 proteins were homogenous in nature. The soluble and refolded MSP-142 antigens of both parasites showed high reactivity with protective monkey sera and conformation-specific monoclonal antibodies against P. cynomolgi B and P. vivax MSP-142 antigens. Immunization of BALB/c mice with these antigens resulted in the production of high titres of cross-reactive antibodies primarily against the conformational epitopes of MSP-142 protein. The immune sera from rhesus monkeys, immunized with soluble and refolded MSP-142 antigens of both parasites also showed high titered cross-reactive antibodies against MSP-142 conformational epitopes. These results suggested that the soluble and refolded forms of E. coli expressed P. vivax MSP-142 antigens were highly immunogenic and thus a viable candidate for vaccine studies.

Keywords: Plasmodium vivax, Plasmodium cynomolgi, Malaria, Vaccine, Merozoite surface protein-1, Merozoite, Rhesus monkey

Email: deepkaushal@hotmail.com; deepkaushal@yahoo.com

 

 

 

Indian Journal of Biochemistry & Biophysics

Vol. 44, December 2007, pp. 437-442

 

Necessity of nuclear and mitochondrial genome analysis prior to assisted reproductive techniques/intracytoplasmic sperm injection

Rakesh Kumara, Audesh Bhatf, R N K Bamezaif, M B Shamsia, R Kumarb , N P Guptab, A C Amminid,
M Aronc, R K Sharmae and Rima Dadaa*

aLaboratory of Molecular Reproduction and Genetics, bDepartment of Anatomy, Department of Urology, cDepartment of Pathology,, dDepartment of Endocrinology, All India Institute of Medical Science (AIIMS), N. Delhi 110029, India

 eAssisted Reproductive Technique Centre, Army Research and Referral Hospital, N. Delhi, 110010

 fSchool of Life sciences, Jawaharlal Nehru University, N. Delhi,110067

Received 14 May 2007; revised 21 September 2007

Assisted reproductive technique (ART) has revolutionized the management of severe male factor infertility and in some countries 5% babies are conceived through ART/intra cytoplasmic sperm injection (ICSI). However, the carry-home live birth rate after several ART cycles is low (18-25%) and this is financially, physically and emotionally crippling for the couples. Genetic factors could lead to pre or post-implantation failure and thus explain for low ART success rate. Thus, this study was planned to understand, if infertile men harbour genetic abnormalities which may be iatrogenically transmitted by ART and adversely affect growth potential of embryo. Ninety infertile men underwent semen, cytogenetic, Yq microdeletion and mitochondrial mutation analysis. Of these, 14.4% cases harboured cytogenetic abnormality, and 8.89% Yq microdeletions. A high frequency of mitochondrial mutations was found in 23 men with asthenospermia. It is important to understand that through ART genetic abnormalities are transmitted to offspring, resulting in impaired growth and development potential of embryo and poor take-home live birth rate. Thus, genetic analysis is strongly recommend in all men with idiopathic infertility who opt for ART to counsel couples and provide them with most adapted therapeutics.

Keywords: Genetic, Azoospermia factor, Mitochondrial DNA, Oxidative phosphorylation, Assisted reproductive techniques, Mutations

Email: rima_dada@rediffmail.com

 

 

 

Indian Journal of Biochemistry & Biophysics

Vol. 44, December 2007, pp. 443-449

 

Identification and characterization of lipids from endosomes purified by electromagnetic chromatography

Sonia Guha1, M Rajani2 and Harish Padh1,*

1Department of Biotechnology, 2Department of Pharmacognosy and Phytochemistry

B. V. Patel Pharmaceutical Education and Research Development (PERD) Centre, S. G. Highway, Thaltej, Ahmedabad 380054, India

Received 7 May 2007; revised 30 September 2007

Traditional separation techniques do not yield endolysosomes of sufficient purity to permit detailed biochemical characterization of this important class of intracellular vesicles. Here, we have used a magnetic chromatography technique to isolate the endosomes from rat peritoneal macrophages and studied their lipid composition. Electromagnetic isolation works by retention of colloidal iron containing vesicles on magnetic column. The data suggested that both early and late endosomes were rich in cholesterol, whereas sphingomyelin (SM) and specific phospholipids like phosphatidylcholine, phosphatidylethanolamine, phosphatidylglycerol and phosphatidylserine are enriched in the late compartments. Our results also indicated that the purified fractions are enriched in raft lipids like SM, but not in cholesterol. The endosomal purification method described here yields pure endosomes with little or no contamination from mitochondria and hence could be used for further biochemical and marker analysis, giving insight into mechanisms of endocytic traffic.

            Keywords: Electromagnetic chromatography, Endosome, Lipids, Peritoneal macrophage

*E-mail: perd@perdcentre.com

 

 

 

Indian Journal of Biochemistry & Biophysics

Vol. 44, December 2007, pp. 450-457

 

Molecular vibrations and normal modes in l-prolyl-glycyl-glycine using
Wilson GF matrix method

Anuj Kumar*, Poonam Tandon# and V D Gupta$

*Department of Physics, Jaypee Institute of Engineering Technology, Guna (M.P.) 473 226, India

#Department of Physics, University of Lucknow, Lucknow 226 007, India

$Department of Physics, Integral University, Lucknow 226 026, India

Received 20 November 2006; revised 13 July 2007

Collagen is one of the most important proteins containing mostly proline hydroxyproline and glycine. In collagen, approximately 33 percent of the amino acid residues are glycine and they occur at every third position, whereas remaining percentage is constituted by mainly proline or hydroxyproline and some part by alanine etc. having no definite positional placement in the chain. Thus, a study of conformation of proline and glycine containing dipeptides and tripeptides is important for understanding the conformation of collagen as a sequence of its constituent amino acids. In the present communication, we have studied spectral features of l-proline, l-prolyl-glycine (PG), l-prolyl-alanine (PA), l-glycyl-glycine (GG), Collagen and l-prolyl-glycyl-glycine (PGG). We have carried out detailed normal mode analysis of only PGG, because interpretation of spectra of other proline and glycine containing peptides can be treated as derivatives of this molecule. Urey-Bradley force field, which involves non-bonded interactions in the gem and cis configurations is used for calculation of normal modes. The “best-fit” set of constants are generated for PGG.

Keywords: Urey-Bradley force field, Normal modes, Collagen

*E-mail: anuj_jiit@yahoo.co.in; anuj.kumar@jiet.ac.in

 

 

 

Indian Journal of Biochemistry & Biophysics

Vol. 44, December 2007, pp. 458-469

 

Biological activity predictions, crystallographic comparison and hydrogen bonding analysis of cholane derivatives

Rajnikant*, Dinesh and Bhavnaish Chand

Condensed Matter Physics Group, Post-Graduate Department of Physics, University of Jammu, Jammu Tawi-180006, India

Received 13 November 2006; revised 27 July 2007

A total of eighteen molecules of cholane derivatives (I-XVIII) (a series of steroids) have been included to predict their pharmacological effects, specific mechanisms of action, known toxicities, drug-likeness, etc, by using the statistics of multilevel neighbourhoods of atoms (MNA) descriptors for active and inactive fragments. The biological activity spectra for substances have been correlated on SAR base (structure-activity relationships data and knowledge base), which provides the different Pa (possibility of activity) and Pi (possibility of inactivity). Most of the probable activities have been characterized by Pa and Pi values, which depict that all the molecules have high value of teratogen activity. The Lipinski’s thumb rule predicts that all the cholane derivatives have stronger preponderance for “cancer-like-drug” molecules and some of their related analogous have entered in the ANCI (American National Cancer Institute) database. Some selected bond distances and bond angles of interest have been taken into account and deviation of bond distances/bond angles, vis-a-vis the substitutional group and X–H…A intra/intermolecular hydrogen bonds has been discussed in detail. X–H…A intra and intermolecular hydrogen bonds in the molecules have been described with the standard distance and angle cut-off criteria. D–θ and d–θ scatter plots for intra- and intermolecular interactions are presented for better understanding of packing interactions existing among these derivatives. There exists only one C–H…O intramolecular bifurcated hydrogen bond, while high tendency of intermolecular bifurcated hydrogen bonds based on a defined O–H…O has been observed, in which O atom acts as a prototype donor as well as acceptor. The frequency of occurrence of C–H…O hydrogen bonds is predominant (i.e. 85.7%) in intramolecular interactions, whereas in intermolecular interactions, frequency of occurrence for O–H…O interactions is 62.9%. Solvent-solute/solute-solvent interactions have also been investigated to understand more complicated processes that occur for biomolecules in aqueous solutions. The number of hydrogen donors in each derivative is less than 5, except for molecule XVIII and which has 91.3% of drug-likeness, instead of observed range of 96.5-99.3%.

Keywords: Cholane, X-ray diffraction, Biological activity, Intra and intermolecular hydrogen bonds, Bifurcated hydrogen bonds, Solvent/solute interaction, Lipinski’s rule

*Email: rkantverma@rediffmail.com

 

 

 

Indian Journal of Biochemistry & Biophysics

Vol. 44, December 2007, pp. 470-476

 

Quantitative structure-activity relationship of some pesticides

G Om Praba1 and D Velmurugan*

Centre of Advanced Study in Crystallography and Biophysics, University of Madras, Guindy Campus, Chennai 600 025
Tamilnadu, India

Received 17 July 2007; revised 29 August 2007

Herbicides (benzodiazepinediones), insecticides (dioxatricyclododecenes) and larvicides (N-oxalyl derivatives of tebufenozide) have been quantitatively investigated to explore the relationship between the molecular structure and their biological activity using molecular operating environment (MOE) software. The study provides good predictive models, cross-validated by leave-out-one method (Loo). The positive contribution of the descriptor n-O (count of oxygen atom) suggests the additional oxygen atom substitution at R1 position, in addition to benzodiazepine moiety is favorable for herbicidal activity, whereas the negative contribution of y component of dipole moment (Dipy) indicates that electronic interactions are also crucial for the activity. The negative correlation of VSA2 and globularity (Glo) descriptors clearly indicates that the volume, shape, and rigidity of tebufenozide derivatives determine their larvicidal activity. The biparametric model for insecticides shows that the indicator variable ICH-CH3 and RPC- (negative partial charge) are detrimental for its activity. Most of the active compounds in the series have shown less value for these descriptors. The derived QSAR models also provide valuable insights to optimize their toxicity, which remains a major concern for environment safety.

Keywords: QSAR, Toxicity, Herbicide, Insecticide, Larvicide, Dioxatricyclododecenes, Benzodiazepinediones, N-oxalyl derivatives of tebufenozide

*E-mail: d_velu@yahoo.com

 

 

NOTES

 

Indian Journal of Biochemistry & Biophysics

Vol. 44, December 2007, pp. 477-480

 

Modulatory effect of Gynandropsis gynandra L. on glucose metabolizing enzymes in aflatoxin B1-induced hepatocellular carcinoma in rats

D Sivanesan and V Hazeena Begum*

Unit of Biochemistry, Department of Siddha Medicine, Faculty of Science, Tamil University, Thanjavur-613 005, Tamil Nadu, India

Received 29 November 2006; revised 28 September 2007

The modulation of glucose-metabolizing enzymes activities play a vital role in the depletion of energy metabolism and leads to inhibition of cancer growth. In the present study, the effect of Gynandropsis gynandra L. extract on aflatoxin B1 (AFB1)-induced hepatocellular carcinoma (HCC) was studied on glucose-metabolizing enzymes in rats. A significant increase (p<0.001) in the activities of the key glycolytic enzymes viz., hexokinase and phosphoglucoisomerase, with a significant decrease (p<0.001) in the gluconeogenic enzymes glucose-6-phosphatase and fructose-1,6-bisphosphatase were observed in HCC-bearing rats, when compared with the control. Administration of G. gynandra extract caused a significant decrease in the activities of glycolytic enzymes and an increase in the gluconeogenic enzymes activities to near normal values. Thus, findings suggest the G. gynandra extract has a definite modulating role on the key enzymes of glucose metabolism in HCC. The modulatory effect may be due to the phytoactive constituents present in the extract of G. gynandra.

Keywords: Aflatoxin B1, Glucose-metabolizing enzymes, Gynandropsis gynandra, Hepatocellular carcinoma, Modulatory effect

*Email: drhazeenabiomed@yahoo.com

 

 

 

Indian Journal of Biochemistry & Biophysics

Vol. 44, December 2007, pp. 481-484

 

Antiphospholipid antibodies in young myocardial infarction patients

Mahendra N Mishra1*, Ravi Kalra2 and Mahendra K Gupta3

1Department of Pathology, Command Hospital (SC), Pune 411040, India

2Department of Cardiology, INHS Asvini, Colaba, Mumbai 400005, India

3Department of Pathology, Bombay Hospital, New Marine Lines, Mumbai 400013, India

Received 30 April 2007; revised 31 October 2007

Myocardial infarction (MI) is a multi-factorial disease which claims many young lives. There are very few Indian studies that have investigated antiphospholipid antibodies (APLs) in MI patients. APLs have been implicated in arterial thrombosis including premature coronary artery and cerebrovascular thrombosis. In the present study, the prevalence of two clinically significant APLs — anticardiolipin antibody (ACA) and lupus anticoagulants (LA) in young MI patients was studied and compared with age- and sex-matched controls. Fifty healthy blood donors and 40 young MI patients (less than 45 yrs) diagnosed according to the American Heart Association guidelines were recruited for the study. The criteria for diagnosis were presence of atleast two of three classical findings including: clinical symptoms, diagnostic ECG, and presence of one or more cardiac biomarkers out of raised CK-MB isoform and T-troponin on serial measurement. LA and ACA were tested by lupus-sensitive activated partial thromboplastin time (aPTT) and ELISA respectively. Elevation of ACA was observed in 9 patients, while 6 were positive for LA. ACA of IgG isotype was detected in 8 patients. One patient had LA and raised ACA of IgG and IgM isotypes. Antiphospholipid antibodies were found to be significantly associated with MI in young patients, when considered together (p<0.05) and in coronary thrombosis, mild elevation of ACA may be considered significant.

Keywords: Myocardial infarction, Anticardiolipin antibodies, Lupus anticoagulants

*E-mail: mnmishra@hotmail.com

 

 

Annual Subject Index

 

 


A

 

AATF (Apoptosis antagonizing transcription factor) gene

 

 Cellular AATF gene: Armour against HIV-1

276

Absorption spectroscopy

 

 fluorescence and UV-Vis, to study interactions between plant secondary metabolites and glutathione transferase

101

ACA. see Anticardiolipin antibodies (ACAs)

 

Acetylcholinesterase (AchE) filarial

 

 Partial purification and characterization of acetylcholinesterase isozymes from Setaria cervi

379

Acid invertase

 

 of carbohydrate metabolism in seedlings of wheat cultivars, effect of water deficit on

223

Acute lymphoblastic leukaemia (ALL)

 

 Differential expression of sialic acids and adhesion molecules on MNCs of bone marrow and peripheral blood in childhood ALL

357

Addiction, opium

 

 Correlation of circulatory immunoglobulin levels with Mu opiate receptor allele

394

Adipokines

 

 Role of T-cells in diabetic pregnancy and macrosomia

344

Advanced glycosylation end products (AGE)

 

 AGE-mediated activation of polymorphonuclear neutrophils in diabetes mellitus and associated oxidative stress

373

Advanced protein secondary structure prediction (APSSP)

 

 Conformation of octapeptide fragment (2-9) of kaliocin-1 in DMSO-d6 by 1H NMR

44

AerA gene

 

 Cloning, expression and characterization of aerolysin from Aeromonas hydrophila in E. coli

204

Aerolysin

 

 from Aeromonas hydrophila, cloning, expression and characterization of

204

Aeromonas hydrophila

 

 aerolysin from, cloning, expression and characterization of

204

 Role of virulence plasmid of A. hydrophila in pathogenesis of UDS in Clarias batrachus

401

Aflatoxin B1

 

 hepatocellular carcinoma induced by, modulatory effect of Gynandropsis gynandra L. on glucose metabolizing enzymes in

477

Age

 

 postnatal regulation of glucocorticoid receptor in liver of chicken

7

AIDS (Acquired immunodeficiency syndrome)

 

 Cellular AATF gene: Armour against HIV-1

276

 HIV-1 Tat protein: Immunological facets of a transcriptional activator

269

Airway responsiveness

 

 iNOS: role in Asthma pathogenesis

303

Alkaline invertase

 

 of carbohydrate metabolism in seedlings of wheat cultivars, effect of water deficit on

223

ALL. see Acute lymphoblastic leukaemia (ALL)

 

Allergen

 

 role of pepsin in modifying allergenicity of Bhetki and Mackerel fish

94

Alzheimer's disease (AD)

 

 Expression, purification and characterization of human amyloid b (Ab1-42) peptide in E. coli

71

a and b-Amylase

 

 of carbohydrate metabolism in seedlings of wheat cultivars, effect of water deficit on

223

Amyloid b (Ab)

 

 Expression, purification and characterization of human amyloid b (Ab1-42) peptide in E. coli

71

Amyloid precursor protein (APP)

 

 Expression, purification and characterization of human amyloid b (Ab1-42) peptide in E. coli

71

Anergy

 

 Liposomal delivery of M. leprae antigens with murabutide and Trat peptide inhibits Fas-mediated apoptosis of PBMCs from leprosy patients

386

Anticancer activity

 

 Prodigiosins: a novel family of immunosuppressants with anti-cancer activity

295

Anticardiolipin antibodies (ACAs)

 

 antiphospholipid antibodies in young myocardial infarction patients

481

Antigen-presenting cells (APCs)

 

 Liposomal delivery of M. leprae antigens with murabutide and Trat peptide inhibits Fas-mediated apoptosis of PBMCs from leprosy patients

386

 Nitric oxide and immune response

310

Antimicrobial activity

 

 of kaliocin-1, conformation of octapeptide fragment (2-9) by 1H NMR and restrained molecular dynamics

44

Antioxidant activity

 

 of Mucuna pruriens seeds extract

56

Antioxidants

 

 UV-B induced changes in antioxidant enzymes and their isoforms in cucumber cotyledons

31

Anti-Parkinson activity

 

 of Mucuna pruriens seeds extract

56

Antiphospholipid antibodies (APLs)

 

 ACA and LA in young myocardial infarction patients

481

Apoptosis

 

 Cellular AATF gene: Armour against HIV-1

276

 Liposomal delivery of M. leprae antigens with murabutide and Trat peptide inhibits Fas-mediated apoptosis of PBMCs from leprosy patients

386

Arachidonic acid

 

 metabolism, in sheep uterus

216

Archaeal ribosomes

 

 susceptibility to pancreatic RNase A and stability to heat treatment with stabilizing/destabilizing agents

19

ART. see Assisted reproductive technique (ART)

 

Arthritis

 

 type II, collagen-induced, parallel changes in fibronectin and a5b1 integrin in articular cartilage in

14

Ascorbic acid

 

 UV-B induced changes in antioxidant enzymes and their isoforms in cucumber cotyledons

31

Aspergillus fumigatus

 

 in tobacco, expression of heat stable phytase from

26

Assisted reproductive technique (ART)

 

 necessity of nuclear and mitochondrial genome analysis prior to

437

Asthenospermia

 

 men with, high frequency of mitochondrial mutations in

437

Asthma

 

 iNOS: role in Asthma pathogenesis

303

Autocatalytic processing

 

 Site-directed mutagenesis of conserved Thr407 Asp433 and Met464 residues in EcGGT subunit

197

Azadirachta indica

 

 leaf extract in modulation of initiation phase of murine forestomach tumorigenesis

209

 

 

B

 

Bcl-xL protein

 

 Liposomal delivery of M. leprae antigens with murabutide and Trat peptide inhibits Fas-mediated apoptosis of PBMCs from leprosy patients

386

Benzodiazepinediones

 

 QSAR of

470

Bhetki fish

 

 allergenicity of, role of pepsin in modification of

94

Binding affinity

 

 of NN-Dialkyl-2-phenylindol-3-yl-glyoxylamides on peripheral benzodiazepine receptor, QSAR of

114

Biosensor

 

 Electrochemical studies of glucose oxidase immobilized on glutathione coated gold nanoparticles

82

Brugia malayi

 

 Partial purification and characterization of acetylcholinesterase isozymes from Setaria cervi

379

 

 

C

 

Cancer

 

 cervical, role of IL-10 in immune suppression of

350

 lung, role of COX-2 in tumor progression and immune regulation in

419

 Modulatory effect of Gynandropsis gynandra L. on glucose metabolizing enzymes in aflatoxin B1-induced hepatocellular carcinoma in rats

477

Cancer chemotherapy

 

 Prodigiosins: a novel family of immunosuppressants with anti-cancer activity

295

Carbohydrate metabolism

 

 in seedlings of wheat cultivars, effect of water deficit on carbohydrate status and enzymes of

223

Carbonic anhydrase

 

 from Elephas trogontherii (Steppe elephant) bone, purification and some properties of

252

Carcinogenesis

 

 modulation of initiation phase by Azadirachta indica leaf extract

209

Caspase activity

 

 Liposomal delivery of M. leprae antigens with murabutide and Trat peptide inhibits Fas-mediated apoptosis of PBMCs from leprosy patients

386

Catalase

 

 immobilized on to florisil, kinetic properties and storage stability of

38

Catechin

 

 and glutathione transferase, fluorescence quenching to study interactions between

101

Catfish

 

Clarias batrachus, role of virulence plasmid of
A. hydrophila in the pathogenesis of UDS in

401

CD4 Lymphopenia

 

 Cellular AATF gene: Armour against HIV-1

276

Cell adhesion

 

 Differential expression of sialic acids and adhesion molecules on MNCs of bone marrow and peripheral blood in childhood ALL

357

Cell signaling

 

 PtdIns 4-kinases (type II) in cell signaling cascades

289

Cervical cancer

 

 role of IL-10 in immune suppression in

350

Cholane

 

 biological activity predictions, crystallographic comparison and hydrogen bonding analysis of cholane derivatives

458

Cinnamic acid

 

 and glutathione transferase, fluorescence quenching to study interactions between

101

Clarias batrachus

 

 role of virulence plasmid of A. hydrophila in the pathogenesis of UDS in

401

Cloning

 

 Cloning, expression and characterization of aerolysin from A. hydrophila in E. coli

204

Collagen conformation

 

 Molecular vibrations and normal modes in L-prolyl-glycyl-glycine using Wilson GF matrix method

450

Collagen-induced arthritis

 

 type II, parallel changes in fibronectin and a5b1 integrin in articular cartilage in

14

Complement system

 

 Viral complement regulators: the expert mimicking swindlers

331

Cucumber cotyledons

 

 UV-B induced changes in antioxidant enzymes and their isoforms in

31

Cucumis sativus. see Cucumber cotyledons

 

Cyanobacteria

 

 freshwater and marine, effect of UV-B and high visual radiation on photosynthesis in

231

Cyclooxygenase (COX)

 

 COX-2

 

   QSAR study of orally active inhibitors of 3-phenoxypyran-4-one derivatives of

50

   role in tumor progression and immune regulation in lung cancer

419

 metabolism of arachidonic acid in sheep uterus

216

Cytokines

 

 HIV-1 Tat protein: Immunological facets of a transcriptional activator

269

 IL-10, in immune suppression in cervical cancer

350

 Immunomodulatory role of arabinosylated lipoarabinomannan on Leishmania donovani infected murine macrophages

366

 M. tuberculosis and dendritic cells: Recognition activation and functional implications

279

 Th1/Th2

 

   Nitric oxide and immune response

310

   Role in diabetic pregnancy and macrosomia

344

 

 

D

 

Decay-accelerating activity (DAA)

 

 Viral complement regulators: the expert mimicking swindlers

331

Dendritic cells (DCs)

 

 M. tuberculosis and dendritic cells: Recognition activation and functional implications

279

[3H]-Dexamethasone

 

 specific binding to glucocoticoid receptor and activation of hormone-receptor (H-R) complexes in liver during postnatal development of chicken

7

Diabetes mellitus

 

 AGE-mediated activation of PMNs in diabetes mellitus and associated oxidative stress

373

 Role of T-cells in diabetic pregnancy and macrosomia

344

NN-Dialkyl-2-phenylindol-3-yl-glyoxylamides

 

 QSAR of peripheral benzodiazepine receptor binding affinity of

114

712-Dimethylbenz [a]anthracene (DMBA)

 

 modulation of DMBA-induced biochemical changes by organoselenium compounds in blood of rats

257

Dioxatricyclododecenes

 

 QSAR of

470

Double quantum filtered correlation spectroscopy (DQF-COSY)

 

 role in conformation of octapeptide fragment (2-9) of kaliocin-1 in DMSO-d6

44

 

 

E

 

Electromagnetic chromatography

 

 purification of endosomes from rat peritoneal macropage, identification and characterization of lipids in

443

Elephas trogontherii

 

 carbonic anhydrase from bone of, purification and some properties of

252

Endosomes

 

 from rat peritoneal macropage, identification and characterization of lipids from

443

Endothelial cells

 

 Nitric oxide and immune response

310

Environment safety

 

 QSAR of dioxatricyclododecenes, benzodiazepinediones and N-oxalyl derivatives of tebufenozide

470

Enzyme assays

 

 application of improved method of inorganic phosphate estimation in, Pi analysis in

88

Escherichia coli g-glutamyltranspeptidase (EcGGT)

 

 site-directed mutagenesis of conserved Thr407 Asp433 and Met464 residues in subunit of

197

 

 

F

 

Fas-FasL

 

 Liposomal delivery of M. leprae antigens with murabutide and Trat peptide inhibits Fas-mediated apoptosis of PBMCs from leprosy patients

386

Fermentation, solid-state

 

 purification and properties of extracellular pectin lyase produced by Penicillium oxalicum strain in

247

Ferric reducing ability of plasma (FRAP)

 

 AGE-mediated activation of PMNs in diabetes mellitus and associated oxidative stress

373

Fibronectin (FN)

 

 Parallel changes in fibronectin and a5b1 integrin in articular cartilage in type II collagen-induced arthritis

14

Filariasis

 

 Partial purification and characterization of acetylcholinesterase isozymes from Setaria cervi

379

Florisil

 

 catalase immobilized on to, kinetic properties and storage stability of

38

Flow cytometry

 

 Differential expression of sialic acids and adhesion molecules on MNCs of bone marrow and peripheral blood in childhood ALL

357

Fluorescence absorption spectroscopy

 

 to study interactions between plant secondary metabolites and glutathione transferase

101

 

 

G

 

a-Galactosidase

 

 from Pleurotus florida, purification and properties of

76

Gel transfer

 

 purification of protein from crude mixture through SDS-PAGE transfer method

122

Gene expression

 

 Ab, expression, purification and characterization of

71

 cloning, expression and characterization of aerolysin from Aeromonas hydrophila in E. coli

204

 of heat stable phytase from Aspergillus fumigatus in tobacco

26

Genome analysis

 

 necessity of nuclear and mitochondrial genome analysis prior to ART/ICSI

437

Glucocorticoid receptor

 

 in liver, postnatal regulation of

7

Glucose derepression

 

 regulation of invertase secretion and glucose-repressed SUC2 gene expression in Saccharomyces sp. W4 by inositol supplementation

152

Glucose oxidase

 

 immobilized on glutathione coated gold nanoparticles, electrochemical studies of

82

g-Glutamyltranspeptidase

 

 site-directed mutagenesis of conserved Thr407 Asp433 and Met464 residues in EcGGT subunit

197

Glutathione

 

 gold nanoparticles coated with, immobilization of glucose oxidase by

82

Glutathione reductase (GR)

 

 UV-B induced changes in antioxidant enzymes and their isoforms in cucumber cotyledons

31

Glutathione transferase (GST)

 

 and plant secondary metabolites, fluorescence quenching to study interactions between

101

L-Glycyl-glycine (GG)

 

 spectral features of

450

Gold nanoparticle

 

 electrochemical studies of glucose oxidase immobilized on glutathione coated gold nanoparticles

82

Guaiacol peroxidase (GPH)

 

 UV-B induced changes in antioxidant enzymes and their isoforms in cucumber cotyledons

31

Gynandropsis gynandra L.

 

 modulatory effect on glucose metabolizing enzymes in aflatoxin B1-induced hepatocellular carcinoma in rats

477

 

 

H

 

Haematopoietic precursor cells (HPCs)

 

 Differential expression of sialic acids and adhesion molecules on MNCs of bone marrow and peripheral blood in childhood ALL

357

Heat capacity

 

 in polyglycine II and vibrational dynamics

240

Hepatocellular carcinoma

 

 aflatoxin B1-induced, modulatory effect of Gynandropsis gynandra L. on glucose metabolizing enzymes in

477

Herbicide

 

 QSAR of dioxatricyclododecenes, benzodiazepinediones and N-oxalyl derivatives of tebufenozide

470

HHV-8

 

 Viral complement regulators: the expert mimicking swindlers

331

HIV-1 RNomics

 

 Cellular AATF gene: Armour against HIV-1

276

Hormone-receptor (H-R) complexes

 

 activation and [3H]-dexamethasone binding to glucocoticoid receptor in liver during postnatal development of chicken

7

Human amyloid b

 

 expression, purification and characterization of human amyloid b (Ab1-42) peptide in E. coli

71

Human filarial parasite

 

 Partial purification and characterization of acetylcholinesterase isozymes from Setaria cervi

379

Human immunodeficiency virus-1 (HIV-1)

 

 Cellular AATF gene: Armour against HIV-1

276

 HIV-1 Tat protein: Immunological facets of a transcriptional activator

269

Human papilloma virus (HPV)

 

 Role of IL-10 in immune suppression in cervical cancer

350

HVS-CCPH (Herpesvirus saimiri complement control protein homolog)

 

 Viral complement regulators: the expert mimicking swindlers

331

Hydrogen bonds

 

 biological activity predictions, crystallographic comparison and hydrogen bonding analysis of cholane derivatives

458

Hydroxyeicosatetraenoic acid (HETE)

 

 Metabolism of arachidonic acid in sheep uterus

216

Hyperglycemia

 

 AGE-mediated activation of PMNs in diabetes mellitus and associated oxidative stress

373

 

 

I

 

ICSI. see Intra cytoplasmic sperm injection (ICSI)

 

Ig. see Immunoglobulins (Ig)

 

Immobilization

 

 catalase, immobilized on to florisil, kinetic properties and storage stability of

38

 electrochemical studies of glucose oxidase immobilized on glutathione coated gold nanoparticles

82

a-galactosidase immobilized in agar for degradation of raffinose and stachyose in soymilk

76

Immune evasion

 

 M. tuberculosis and dendritic cells: Recognition activation and functional implications

279

 Viral complement regulators: the expert mimicking swindlers

331

Immune response

 

 M. tuberculosis and dendritic cells: Recognition activation and functional implications

279

 Nitric oxide and immune response

310

Immunoblotting

 

 role of pepsin in modifying allergenicity of Bhetki and Mackerel fish

94

Immunoglobulins (Ig)

 

 circulatory IgA/IgG levels correlation with Mu opiate receptor allele

394

 Differential expression of sialic acids and adhesion molecules on MNCs of bone marrow and peripheral blood in childhood ALL

357

 IgE-reactivity

 

   role of pepsin in modifying allergenicity of Bhetki and Mackerel fish

94

Immunomodulator

 

 Liposomal delivery of M. leprae antigens with murabutide and Trat peptide inhibits Fas-mediated apoptosis of PBMCs from leprosy patients

386

Immunosuppressants

 

 Prodigiosins: a novel family of immunosuppressants with anti-cancer activity

295

Immunosuppression

 

 in cervical cancer, role of IL-10 in

350

 Correlation of circulatory immunoglobulin levels with Mu opiate receptor allele

394

 HIV-1 Tat protein: Immunological facets of a transcriptional activator

269

 Prodigiosins: a novel family of immunosuppressants with anti-cancer activity

295

Infection

 

 M. tuberculosis and dendritic cells: Recognition activation and functional implications

279

Infertility

 

 male, necessity of nuclear and mitochondrial genome analysis prior to ART/ICSI

437

Inflammation

 

 Role of T-cells in diabetic pregnancy and macrosomia

344

Inorganic phosphate

 

 improved method for estimation of implications for its application in enzyme assays

88

iNOS (inducible nitric oxide synthase)

 

 Immunomodulatory role of arabinosylated lipoarabinomannan on Leishmania donovani infected murine macrophages

366

 Nitric oxide and immune response

310

 role in Asthma pathogenesis

303

Inositol supplementation

 

 on invertase secretion and glucose-repressed SUC2 gene expression in Saccharomyces sp. W4

152

Insecticide

 

 QSAR of dioxatricyclododecenes, benzodiazepinediones and N-oxalyl derivatives of tebufenozide

470

Integrins

 

 Parallel changes in fibronectin and a5b1 integrin in articular cartilage in type II collagen-induced arthritis

14

Intercalating agents

 

 archaeal ribosomes exposed to, effect on structural stability of

19

Interleukin-10 (IL-10)

 

 role in immune suppression in cervical cancer

350

Intra cytoplasmic sperm injection (ICSI)

 

 necessity of nuclear and mitochondrial genome analysis prior to

437

Invertase secretion

 

 in Saccharomyces sp. W4, regulation by inositol supplementation

152

 

 

K

 

Kala-azar. see Leishmaniasis

 

Kaliocin-1

 

 octapeptide fragment (2-9) of, conformation in DMSO-d6 by 1H NMR

44

Kaposica (Kaposi's sarcoma-associated herpesvirus inhibitor of complement activation)

 

 Viral complement regulators: the expert mimicking swindlers

331

 

 

L

 

LA. see Lupus anticoagulants (LAs)

 

Larvicide

 

 QSAR of dioxatricyclododecenes, benzodiazepinediones and N-oxalyl derivatives of tebufenozide

470

Lates calcarifer

 

 allergenicity of, role of pepsin in modification of

94

Leishmaniasis

 

 Immunomodulatory role of arabinosylated lipoarabinomannan on Leishmania donovani infected murine macrophages

366

Leprosy

 

 Liposomal delivery of M. leprae antigens with murabutide and Trat peptide inhibits Fas-mediated apoptosis of PBMCs from leprosy patients

386

t-Leu

 

 construction of single-strand collagen/inverse collagen-type structure using residues of

 

 effect of alternate chiralities and conformational behavior of poly t-Leu peptides

106

Lipid kinases

 

 PtdIns 4-kinases (type II) in cell signaling cascades

289

Lipinski's rule

 

 Biological activity predictions, crystallographic comparison and hydrogen bonding analysis of cholane derivatives

458

Lipoarabinomannan arabinosylated (Ara-LAM)

 

 Immunomodulatory role of arabinosylated lipoarabinomannan on Leishmania donovani infected murine macrophages

366

Liposome

 

 Liposomal delivery of M. leprae antigens with murabutide and Trat peptide inhibits Fas-mediated apoptosis of PBMCs from leprosy patients

386

Lipoxygenase (LOX)

 

 Metabolism of arachidonic acid in sheep uterus

216

Lithistida sp.

 

 polytheonamide B from, construction and design of single stranded collagen-like structure using t-Leu residues of

106

Lupus anticoagulants (LAs)

 

 Antiphospholipid antibodies in young myocardial infarction patients

481

Lymphopenia

 

 Cellular AATF gene: Armour against HIV-1

276

 

 

M

 

Mackerel fish

 

 allergenicity of, role of pepsin in modification of

94

Macrophages

 

 M. tuberculosis and dendritic cells: Recognition activation and functional implications

279

 Nitric oxide and immune response

310

Macrosomia

 

 and diabetic pregnancy, role of T-cells in

344

Malaria vaccine

 

 Biochemical and immunological characterization of E. coli expressed 42 kDa fragment of P. vivax and P. cynomolgi bastianelli MSP-1

429

Male infertility

 

 necessity of nuclear and mitochondrial genome analysis prior to ART/ICSI

437

Malondialdehyde (MDA)

 

 AGE-mediated activation of PMNs in diabetes mellitus and associated oxidative stress

373

Mast cells

 

 Nitric oxide and immune response

310

Merozoite surface protein-1 (MSP-1)

 

 Biochemical and immunological characterization of E. coli expressed 42 kDa fragment of P. vivax and P. cynomolgi bastianelli MSP-1

429

Microbial pathogenicity

 

 PtdIns 4-kinases (type II) in cell signaling cascades

289

MOPICE (Monkeypox inhibitor of complement enzymes)

 

 Viral complement regulators: the expert mimicking swindlers

331

Mucuna pruriens

 

 bioactive principles from seeds of

56

Mu opiate receptor (MOR)

 

 Correlation of circulatory immunoglobulin levels with Mu opiate receptor allele

394

Mutations

 

 mitochondrial necessity of nuclear and mitochondrial genome analysis prior to ART/ICSI

437

M. tuberculosis

 

 and dendritic cells: Recognition activation and functional implications

279

Mycosporine-like amino acids (MAAs)

 

 role in protection of cyanobacteria from oxidative damage caused by UV-B radiation

231

Myocardial infarction (MI)

 

 young patients with, antiphospholipid antibodies in

481

 

 

N

 

Neem

 

 Azadirachta indica leaf extract in modulation of initiation phase of murine forestomach tumorigenesis

209

Neuroprotective activity

 

 of Mucuna pruriens seeds extract

56

Neutrophils

 

 Nitric oxide and immune response

310

Nicotiana tabacum

 

 expression of heat stable phytase from Aspergillus fumigatus in

26

Nitric oxide (NO)

 

 Immunomodulatory role of arabinosylated lipoarabinomannan on Leishmania donovani infected murine macrophages

366

Nitric oxide and immune response

310

Nitric oxide synthase (NOS) inhibitor

 

 iNOS: role in Asthma pathogenesis

303

NK (Natural Killer) cells

 

 Nitric oxide and immune response

310

Non-ribosomal peptide synthases (NRPs)

 

 polytheonamide B from Lithistida sp., construction and design of single stranded collagen-like structure using t-Leu residues of

106

Non-small cell lung carcinoma (NSCLC)

 

 Role of COX-2 in tumor progression and immune regulation in lung cancer

419

Nostoc spongiaeforme

 

 effect of UV-B and high visual radiation on photosynthesis in

231

Nramp-1(Natural resistance associated macrophage protein-1)

 

 Immunological cellular and molecular events in typhoid fever

320

Nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR)

 

 for conformation of octapeptide fragment (2-9) of kaliocin-1 in DMSO-d6 by 1H NMR

44

Nuclear overhauser enhancement spectroscopy (NOESY)

 

 DQF-COSY in conformation of octapeptide fragment (2-9) of kaliocin-1 in DMSO-d6

44

 

 

O

 

Opiate addiction

 

 Correlation of circulatory immunoglobulin levels with Mu opiate receptor allele

394

Organoselenium compounds

 

 DMBA-induced biochemical changes by modulation of

257

Outer membrane proteins (OMPs)

 

 Immunological cellular and molecular events in typhoid fever

320

Oxidative stress

 

 AGE-mediated activation of PMNs in diabetes mellitus and associated oxidative stress

373

 Modulation of DMBA-induced biochemical changes by organoselenium compounds in blood of rats

257

 

 

P

 

Pectins

 

 Purification and properties of extracellular pectin lyase produced by Penicillium oxalicum strain in solid-state fermentation

247

Penicillium oxalicum

 

 extracellular pectin lyase produced by purification and properties of

247

Pepsin

 

 role in modifying allergenicity of Bhetki and Mackerel fish

94

Peptide conformation

 

 octapeptide fragment (2-9) of kaliocin-1 in DMSO-d6 by 1H NMR

44

Peptide designing

 

 construction and design of single stranded collagen-like structure using t-Leu residues

106

Peripheral benzodiazepine receptor (PBR)

 

 binding affinity of NN-Dialkyl-2-phenylindol-3-yl-glyoxylamides to QSAR of

114

Peripheral blood mononuclear cells (PBMC)

 

 Liposomal delivery of M. leprae antigens with murabutide and Trat peptide inhibits Fas-mediated apoptosis of PBMCs from leprosy patients

386

Peritoneal macrophage

 

 endosomes from electromagnetic chromatography for identification and characterization of lipids in

443

Peroxisome proliferator-activated receptors (PPARs)

 

 Role of T-cells in diabetic pregnancy and macrosomia

344

Pesticides

 

 QSAR of dioxatricyclododecenes, benzodiazepinediones and N-oxalyl derivatives of tebufenozide

470

 3-phenoxypyran-4-one derivatives

 

 COX-2 inhibitors of QSAR study of

50

Phonon dispersion

 

 Vibrational dynamics and heat capacity in polyglycine II

240

Phormidium corium

 

 effect of UV-B and high visual radiation on photosynthesis in

231

Phosphatidylinositol

 

 in regulation of invertase secretion and glucose-repressed SUC2 gene expression in Saccharomyces sp. W4

152

Phosphatidylinositol 4-kinases

 

 PtdIns 4-kinases (type II) in cell signaling cascades

289

Photosynthesis

 

 Efffect of UV-B and high visual radiation on photosynthesis in freshwater and marine cyanobacteria

231

Phytase

 

 heat stable from Aspergillus fumigatus expression in tobacco

26

Pi analysis

 

 in enzyme assays suitability of improved method of inorganic phosphate estimation in

88

Plant secondary metabolites

 

 and glutathione transferase fluorescence quenching to study interactions between

101

Plasmid

 

 Role of virulence plasmid of Aeromonas hydrophila in the pathogenesis of UDS in Clarias batrachus

401

Plasmodium cynomolgi bastianelli

 

 Biochemical and immunological characterization of E. coli expressed 42 kDa fragment of P. vivax and P. cynomolgi bastianelli MSP-1

429

Plasmodium vivax

 

 Biochemical and immunological characterization of E. coli expressed 42 kDa fragment of P. vivax and P. cynomolgi bastianelli MSP-1

429

Pleurotus florida

 

a-galactosidase from purification and properties of

76

Polyamines

 

 archaeal ribosomes exposed to effect on structural stability of

19

Polyglycine II (PG II)

 

 Vibrational dynamics and heat capacity in

240

Polymorphonuclear neutrophil (PMN)

 

 AGE-mediated activation of PMNs in diabetes mellitus and associated oxidative stress

373

Polytheonamide B

 

 from Lithistida sp. construction and design of single stranded collagen-like structure using t-Leu residues of

106

Pregnancy

 

 Role of T-cells in diabetic pregnancy and macrosomia

344

Prodigiosins (PrGs)

 

 A novel family of immunosuppressants with anti-cancer activity

295

L-Proline

 

 spectral features of

450

L-Prolyl-glycine (PG)

 

 spectral features of

450

L-Prolyl-glycyl-glycine (PGG)

 

 spectral features and normal mode analysis of

450

Prostaglandins

 

 Metabolism of arachidonic acid in sheep uterus

216

Protein purification

 

 Purification of protein from crude mixture through SDS-PAGE transfer method

122

Purification

 

 and characterization of acetylcholinesterase isozymes from Setaria cervi

379

 Expression, purification and characterization of human amyloid b (Ab1-42) peptide in E. coli

71

 Identification and characterization of lipids from endosomes purified by electromagnetic chromatography

443

 and properties of

 

carbonic anhydrase fromSteppe elephant bone

252

a-galactosidase from Pleurotus florida

76

extracellular pectin lyase produced by Penicillium oxalicum strain in solid-state fermentation

247

of protein from crude mixture through SDS-PAGE transfer method

122

 

Q

 

Quantitative structure-activity relationship (QSAR)

 

 of dioxatricyclododecenes, benzodiazepinediones and N-oxalyl derivatives of tebufenozide

470

of peripheral benzodiazepine receptor binding affinity of NN-dialkyl-2-phenylindol-3-yl-glyoxylamides

114

 study of orally active COX-2 inhibitors of
3-phenoxypyran-4-one derivatives

50

 

R

 

Radiation, UV-B

 

 and high visual, on photosynthesis in freshwater and marine cyanobacteria

231

 role of antioxidant defense system on exposure to studies on cucumber cotyledons

31

Raffinose

 

 in soymilk a-galactosidase from Pleurotus florida for degradation of

76

Rastrelliger kanagurta

 

 allergenicity of role of pepsin in modification of

94

RCA (Regulator of complement activation)

 

 Viral complement regulators: the expert mimicking swindlers

331

Reactive oxygen species (ROS)

 

 AGE-mediated activation of PMNs in diabetes mellitus and associated oxidative stress

373

Regulatory T cells (Tregs)

 

 role in diabetic pregnancy and macrosomia

344

 Role of IL-10 in immune suppression in cervical cancer

350

Respiratory burst (RB)

 

 AGE-mediated activation of PMNs in diabetes mellitus and associated oxidative stress

373

Ribosomes

 

 Studies on structural stability of thermophilic Sulfolobus acidocaldarius ribosomes

19

RNase A pancreatic

 

 susceptibility of archaeal ribosomes to

19

RRV (Rhesus rhadinovirus)

 

 Viral complement regulators: the expert mimicking swindlers

331

Rutin

 

 and glutathione transferase fluorescence quenching to study interactions between

101

S

 

Saccharomyces sp.

 

 regulation of invertase secretion and glucose-repressed SUC2 gene expression by inositol supplementation in

152

Salmonella pathogenesis

 

 Immunological cellular and molecular events in typhoid fever

320

SDS-PAGE transfer method

 

 for purification of protein from crude mixture

122

Selectins

 

 Differential expression of sialic acids and adhesion molecules on MNCs of bone marrow and peripheral blood in childhood ALL

357

Setaria cervi

 

 Partial purification and characterization of acetylcholinesterase isozymes from Setaria cervi

379

Sialic acids

 

 Differential expression of sialic acids and adhesion molecules on MNCs of bone marrow and peripheral blood in childhood ALL

357

 9-O-acetylated (9Ac2-GPs)

 

 Differential expression of sialic acids and adhesion molecules on MNCs of bone marrow and peripheral blood in childhood ALL

357

Simian immunodeficiency virus (SIV)

 

 HIV-1 Tat protein: Immunological facets of a transcriptional activator

269

Site-directed mutagenesis

 

 of conserved Thr407 Asp433 and Met464 residues in EcGGT subunit

197

Smallpox

 

 Viral complement regulators: the expert mimicking swindlers

331

Sodium antimony gluconate (SAG)

 

 Immunomodulatory role of arabinosylated lipoarabinomannan on Leishmania donovani infected murine macrophages

366

Solvent-solute/solute-solvent interactions

 

 Biological activity predictions crystallographic comparison and hydrogen bonding analysis of cholane derivatives

458

Soymilk

 

 raffinose and stachyose in a-galactosidase from Pleurotus florida for degradation of

76

Spectroscopy

 

 fluorescence and UV-Vis absorption spectroscopy to study interactions between plant secondary metabolites and glutathione transferase

101

SPICE (Smallpox inhibitor of complement enzymes)

 

 Viral complement regulators: the expert mimicking swindlers

331

Sponges

 

 Lithistida sp. construction and design of single stranded collagen-like structure using t-Leu residues of polytheonamide B from

106

Stachyose

 

 in soymilk a-galactosidase from Pleurotus florida for degradation of

76

Starch

 

 Effect of water deficit on carbohydrate status and enzymes of carbohydrate metabolism in seedlings of wheat cultivars

223

Steppe elephant

 

 bone of carbonic anhydrase from, purification and some properties of

252

Storage stability

 

 of catalase at different relative humidities

38

SUC2 gene expression

 

 glucose-repressed in Saccharomyces sp. W4 regulation by inositol supplementation

152

Sucrose synthase

 

 of carbohydrate metabolism in seedlings of wheat cultivars effect of water deficit on

223

Sulfhydryl reagents

 

 archaeal ribosomes exposed to effect on structural stability of

19

Sulfolobus acidocaldarius

 

 Studies on structural stability of thermophilic Sulfolobus acidocaldarius ribosomes

19

Synovial fluid

 

 Parallel changes in fibronectin and a5b1 integrin in articular cartilage in type II collagen-induced arthritis

14

 

 

T

 

Tannic acid

 

 and glutathione transferase fluorescence quenching to study interactions between

101

Tat

 

HIV-1 Tat protein: Immunological facets of a transcriptional activator

269

T cells

 

 role in diabetic pregnancy and macrosomia

344

 Role of IL-10 in immune suppression in cervical cancer

350

Tebufenozide

 

 N-oxalyl derivatives, QSAR of

470

Thermal stability

 

 of archaeal ribosomes, studies on susceptibility to pancreatic RNase A and stability to heat treatment with stabilizing/destabilizing agents

19

Th1/Th2 cytokines

 

 Nitric oxide and immune response

310

 role in diabetic pregnancy and macrosomia

344

Tissue injury marker enzymes

 

 for evaluation of modulation of initiation phase of murine forestomach tumorigenesis by neem leaf extract

209

T lymphocytes

 

 Nitric oxide and immune response

310

Tobacco

 

 expression of heat stable phytase from Aspergillus fumigatus in

26

a-Tocopherol

 

 UV-B induced changes in antioxidant enzymes and their isoforms in cucumber cotyledons

31

Transcription activator

 

 HIV-1 Tat protein: Immunological facets of a transcriptional activator

269

Transformation

 

 Role of virulence plasmid of Aeromonas hydrophila in the pathogenesis of UDS in Clarias batrachus

401

Triticum aestivum L

 

 effect of water deficit on carbohydrate status and enzymes of carbohydrate metabolism in seedlings of

223

TTSS (Type III secretion system)

 

 Immunological cellular and molecular events in typhoid fever

320

Tuberculosis (TB)

 

 M. tuberculosis and dendritic cells: Recognition activation and functional implications

279

Tumors

 

 immune suppression in cervical cancer, role of
IL-10 in

350

 tumor progression and immune regulation in lung cancer, role of COX-2 in

419

Typhoid fever

 

 Immunological cellular and molecular events in typhoid fever

320

 

 

U

 

Ulcerative disease syndrome (UDS)

 

 UDS pathogenesis of  in Clarias batrachus, role of virulence plasmid of A. hydrophila in

401

Ultraviolet-B (UV-B) radiation

 

 on photosynthesis in freshwater and marine cyanobacteria

231

 role of antioxidant defense system on exposure to, studies on cucumber cotyledons

31

Urey-Bradley force field

 

 Molecular vibrations and normal modes in L-prolyl-glycyl-glycine using Wilson GF matrix method

450

 Vibrational dynamics and heat capacity in polyglycine II

240

UV-Vis absorption spectroscopy

 

 to study interactions between plant secondary metabolites and glutathione transferase

101

 

 

V

 

Vaccine

 

 HIV-1 Tat protein: Immunological facets of a transcriptional activator

269

 

 

 

 Immunological cellular and molecular events in typhoid fever

320

Vaccine malaria

 

 Biochemical and immunological characterization of E. coli expressed 42 kDa fragment of P. vivax and P. cynomolgi bastianelli MSP-1

429

Vaccinia virus complement control protein (VCP)

 

 Viral complement regulators: the expert mimicking swindlers

331

Variola virus

 

 Viral complement regulators: the expert mimicking swindlers

331

VCAM-1 (Vascular-cell adhesion molecule-1)

 

 Differential expression of sialic acids and adhesion molecules on MNCs of bone marrow and peripheral blood in childhood ALL

357

Virulence

 

 Immunological cellular and molecular events in typhoid fever

320

 Role of virulence plasmid of Aeromonas hydrophila in the pathogenesis of UDS in Clarias batrachus

401

 

 

W

 

Water deficit

 

 effect on carbohydrate status and enzymes of carbohydrate metabolism in wheat seedlings

223

Wheat cultivars

 

 effect of water deficit on carbohydrate status and enzymes of carbohydrate metabolism in seedlings of

223

White-rot fungus

 

 Pleurotus florida a-galactosidase from, purification and properties of

76

Wilson GF matrix method

 

 Molecular vibrations and normal modes in L-prolyl-glycyl-glycine using Wilson GF matrix method

450

 

 

X

 

X-ray diffraction

 

 Biological activity predictions, crystallographic comparison and hydrogen bonding analysis of cholane derivatives

458

 


Achan M A                                                           14

Agarwal S                                                            216

Ahmad M                                                            331

Akella S                                                                 82

Alptekin O                                                            38

Ammini A C                                                        437

An L                                                                      26

Angayarkanni N                                                  179

Aron M                                                               437

Ates B                                                                 257

 

Balasundram C                                                    157

Bamezai R N K                                                   437

Bandyopadhyay S                                               357

Banerjee B D                                                       373

Barathi S                                                              179

Basu A                                                                 122

Batra J                                                                 303

Begum V H                                                          477

Beyo R S                                                             164

Bhairavabhotla R K                                             350

Bhandari R                                                           231

Bhat A                                                                 437

Bhattacharjee S                                                    366

Bhattacharyya (Majumdar) S                              366

Bhattacharyya D                                                 122

Bhattacharyya P                                                  366

Bisht V                                                                386

 

Cai T                                                                    204

Chand B                                                               458

Chakraborty A                                                    401

Chakraborty S                                                     169

Chander R                                                            295

Chandra S                                                            357

Chatterjee B P                                                       94

Chatterjee R                                                         303

Chatterjee U                                                          94

Chattree V                                                           386

Chaturvedi N                                                       176

Chen P J                                                              197

Cheng X                                                               101

Chi Z                                                                   152

Chiplunkar S                                                350, 419

Chou W M                                                          197

Chowdhury S                                                      357

Comis A                                                              140

Dada R                                                                 437

Dalai M K                                                           114

Dani D N                                                             133

Darokar M P                                                       176

Datta S                                                                 401

Demir N                                                               252

Demir Y                                                               252

Devaky K S                                                           44

Dharaneedharan S                                                157

Dinesh                                                                 458

Dinshaw  K                                                          350

Divya L                                                               164

Divya Shree A N                                                   71

Duan X                                                                152

Dutta S                                                         401, 429

 

Fischer P                                                              140

 

Gangar S C                                                           209

Gao L                                                                   152

Gao X                                                                    26

Geraldine P                                                          157

Ghosh B                                                              303

Ghosh D                                                              401

Gok Y                                                                  257

Goswami R                                                          401

Guha S                                                                 443

Gupta A                                                              373

Gupta A K                                                          394

Gupta Anil K                                              186, 223

Gupta M K                                                         481

Gupta N P                                                           437

Gupta Shalini                                                       269

Gupta Shashank                                                  279

Gupta V D                                                   240, 450

Guruprasad K N                                                    31

 

Hamid N                                                              320

Haridas M                                                             44

Howden M                                                          140

 

Jain K                                                                    31

Jain S K                                                               320

Jing Li                                                                  145

Jingjian W                                                            145

Kalra R                                                                481

Kapoor M                                                           394

Kapur S                                                               394

Kataria S                                                                31

Katyare S S                                                            88

Kaul D                                                                 276

Kaur K                                                                 223

Kaur N                                                         186, 223

Kaushal D C                                                379, 429

Kaushal N A                                                379, 429

Khan N A                                                            344

Khanna N                                                            386

Khanuja S P S                                                      176

Koul A                                                                 209

Kumar A                                                              450

Kumar N                                                              429

Kumar R                                                              437

Kumar R                                                                50

Kumar Rakesh                                                     437

 

Lanar D E                                                            429

Li A                                                                     204

Li M                                                                    204

Lin L L                                                                 197

Lo H F                                                                 197

 

Ma L                                                                    152

Madhu S V                                                          373

Majumdar S                                                         366

Majumdar T                                                        401

Majumder N                                                        366

Mandal C                                                             357

Manju M                                                             164

Mazumder S                                                        401

Meiyu G                                                              145

Mishra A K                                                         240

Mishra M N                                                        481

Misra L                                                                  56

Mitra C K                                                              82

Mitra D                                                               269

Modi H R                                                              88

Mondal G                                                              94

Mullick J                                                             331

Munjral N                                                            186

Murthy  P K                                                        379

 

Nadaroğlu H                                                        252

Nandel F S                                                           106

Narula A                                                              429

Natarajan K                                                         279

Nongbri D                                                                7

 

Om Praba G                                                         470

Oommen O V                                                      164

Ozdemir I                                                            257

Ozyilmaz G                                                           38

 

Padh H                                                                 443

Pandey R                                                             295

Patel M A                                                              88

Patel S                                                                  419

Patel S P                                                                88

Puri S K                                                               429

Poorani N                                                              76

Prasad T S                                                           216

Pyaram K                                                            331

 

Rajani M                                                              443

Rajnikant                                                             458

Ramakrishnan S                                                   179

Ramalingam                                                           76

Rao D N                                                              386

Reddanna P                                                          216

Reddy D B                                                          216

Roy K                                                                  114

Roy K                                                                  169

 

Sadasivam S                                                           76

Sadasivan C                                                           44

Sahu A                                                                 331

Sai Padma A                                                        216

Saini A                                                                 106

Sainis J K                                                             133

Sainis K B                                                            295

Salam N                                                               279

Samanta S                                                              94

Sandya S                                                                14

Saraiya M                                                            176

Saraswathy N                                                        76

Selamoglu Z                                                         257

Sen P C                                                                122

Sengupta C                                                          169

Sharad S                                                               394

Shamsi M B                                                         437

Sharma P K                                                          231

Sharma R                                                                 7

Sharma R K                                                         437

Shasany A K                                                       176

Shastri N V                                                          247

Shastri S                                                               350

Shekhawat M                                                        50

Shukla A K                                                          176

Singh M                                                               240

Singh P                                                                   50

Singh R A                                                            394

Singh S K                                                             379

Sinha A                                                                279

Sinha R K                                                            289

Sivanesan D                                                         477

Sreejith P                                                             164

Su Q                                                                       26

Subha K                                                                 76

Subrahmanyam G                                                289

Subramanian S                                                       71

Sudhakaran P R                                                     14

Sudheesh S                                                           183

Sunilkumar P N                                                     44

Suryanarayana T                                                   19

 

Tandon P                                                     240, 450

Tewari L                                                              176

Tongaonkar H                                                      350

Tripathi A K                                                       373

Tripathi P                                                            310

Tripathi R L                                                        373

Tukel S S                                                               38

Tyler M                                                               140

 

Vadhana P                                                            179

Velanganni A A J                                                 157

Velmurugan D                                                      470

Verma V                                                               350

Vijayalakshmi N R                                              183

Vijayasree A S                                                     164

 

Wagner H                                                               56

Wang C                                                                101

Wang J                                                                 204

Wang Y                                                                  26

Wu W                                                                    26

 

Xi Z                                                                     101

Xue Z                                                                  101

 

Yadav S                                                                247

Yang L                                                                 101

Yangala K                                                              19

Yanli X                                                                145

Yilmaz I                                                               257

Yunxue Z                                                             145

 

Zhang X                                                               101

Zhu D                                                                  204


 

List of Referees

 

 

  Indian Journal of Biochemistry and Biophysics (IJBB) is grateful to the following referees for their honorary contribution in evaluating/reviewing the papers submitted for publication in the journal:

 


Aggarwal A, Lucknow

Agrewala J N, Chandigarh

Agte V, Pune

Alamelu R, Chennai

Ali N, Kolkata

Allison D R, Florida

Appukuttan P S, Thiruvananthapuram

Arora N, Delhi

Arora S K, Chandigarh

Aruldhas M, Chennai

Ayyanna C, Visakhapatnam

Aziz F H A, Malaysia

 

Babu G N, Lucknow

Bagchi M C, Kolkata

Bahadur P, Surat

Balasingh J, Thirunelveli

Balasubramanian D, Hyderabad

Balasundaram D, Singapore

Bandyopadhyay S K, Kolkata

Banerjee A, Kolkata

Banerjee A C, New Delhi

Banerjee B D, Delhi

Banerjee U C, Mohali

Bano N, Aligarh

Bansal D D, Chandigarh

Bansal M, Bangalore

Bansal M P, Chandigarh

Banu N, Aligarh

Basu J, Kolkata

Behari M, New Delhi

Behera, Sambalpur

Bhakuni D S, Lucknow

Bhatia E, Lucknow

Bhatnagar A, Chandigarh

Bhatt S R, Delhi

Bhattacharya S, Kolkata

Bhattacharyya D, Kolkata

Bhau B S, Jorhat

Bhide S V, Pune

Bisaria V S, Delhi

Borah R C, Jorhat

Bose M, Delhi

Bowtell D L David, Australia

Brahmachari S K, Delhi

Castro E A, Argentina

Chainy G B N, Bhubaneswar

Chakrabarty P K, Kolkata

Chakraborty P, Kolkata

Chakravorty A K, Siliguri

Chander R, Mumbai

Chandra R, Lucknow

Chatterjee B P, Kolkata

Chatterjee I B, Kolkata

Chatterji D, Bangalore

Chattopadhyay A, Hyderabad

Chattopadhyay D, Kolkata

Chattopadhyay S, Pune

Chiplunkar S V, Mumbai

Coutinho E, Mumbai

Cullinane C, Australia

 

Dabadghao S, Bhopal

Dalal A, Hyderabad

Das A P, Delhi

Das M, Lucknow

Das M K, Bhubaneshwar

Das P K, Kolkata

Das S N, New Delhi

Dasgupta A K, Kolkata

Devasagayam T P A, Mumbai

Devotta S, Nagpur

Dhaneshwar S R, Pune

Dhanprakash, Lucknow

Dhawan A K, Hisar

Dikshit Madhu, Lucknow

Dunn M F, California

Duttaroy Asim K, Oslo

Dwarakanath B S, Delhi

 

Ganesan K, Chandigarh

Ghisla S, Denmark

Ghosal K, Delhi

Ghosh A, Chandigarh

Ghosh B, Delhi

Ghosh K K, Raipur

Ghosh S, Kolkata

Ghosh S, Mumbai

Gielens C, Belgium

Goel R K, Varanasi

Gokhale V, Arizona

Goldstein B M, New York

Goltsvev V, Bulgaria

Gopalakrishnakone P, Singapore

Gopalan C, Delhi

Gopinathan K P, Bangalore

Gordon Donna M, New Jersey

Goswami K, Kolkata

Govil G, Mumbai

Govindarajan R, Lucknow

Govindjee, Illinois

Gowda T V, Mysore

Gowrishankar J, Hyderabad

Griffiths Helen R, Birmingham

Grover A, New Delhi

Grover Anil, Chandigargh

Gruber Hermann, Austria

Gunasekaran P, Madurai

Gupta A K, New Delhi

Gupta C M, Lucknow

Gupta M N, New Delhi

Gupta S K, New Delhi

Gupta Y K, Lucknow

 

Haldar A, New Delhi

Hasnain A, Aligarh

Hasnain S E, Hyderabad

Hosur R V, Mumbai

 

Ignacimuthu S, Chennai

Irshad M, Delhi

 

Jacob M, Vellore

Jagannathan N R, Delhi

Jagetia G C, Manipal

Jain S K, New Delhi

Jarori G K, Mumbai

Jayakumar R, Chennai

Jeevaratnam K, Bangalore

Joshi M J, Rajkot

Joshi M, Bangalore

Juwarkar A A, Nagpur

 

Kabir-ud-Din, Aligarh

Kale R K, Delhi

Kamal A, Hyderabad

Kapil A, New Delhi

Kapoor H C, Delhi

Kapoor S, Pilani

Kar S K, Bhubaneshwar

Karande A A, Bangalore

Katyare S S, Vadodara

Kaur N, Ludhiana

Kaushal D C, Lucknow

Kaushik, B D, Delhi

Khan M Y, Delhi

Khanduja K L, Chandigarh

Khanna H D, Varanasi

Khanna N, Delhi

Khanuja S P S, Lucknow

Khare S K, Delhi

Khullar G K, Chandigarh

Kishore R, Chandigarh

Kochhar S, Lucknow

Krishna Sudhir, Bangalore

Krishnamoorthy G, Mumbai

Krishnamurthi K, Nagpur

Krishnan K S, Mumbai

Kulkarni V M, Pune

Kumar A, Indore

Kumar A, Pune

Kumar K S, Ahmedabad

Kundu Bijoy, Lucknow

Kundu S C, Kharagpur

 

Lakshmanan A R, Kalpakkam

Lakshmanan M, Madurai

Lakshmanaperumalsamy P, Coimbatore

Lee Leo, Maryland, USA

Lee Y C, Busan, S Korea

Leem S H, Busan, S Korea

Li Chuanfu, USA

Luthra K, New Delhi

 

Madan T, Delhi

Mahanta P K, Bangalore

Maheshwari V L, Jalgaon, Maharashtra

Mahmood A, Chandigarh

Maithal Kapil, Ghaziabad

Maiti T K, Kharagpur

Maitra S K, Santiniketan

Majumdar G C, Kolkata

Majumdar H P, Kolkata

Majumdar S, Shantiniketan

Malhotra P, New Delhi

Manallack D, Australia

Manchanda R, Mumbai

Mandal C, Kolkata

Manjunath R, Bangalore

Marita A R, Mumbai

Mazumdar S, Mumbai

Mehra R, Ajmer

Mejoo S, Bangkok

Meng Xian-Min, Beijing

Mishra B, Karnal

Mishra P C, Varanasi

Mishra S, Bhavnagar

Misra A K, Lucknow

Misra A N, Bhubaneswar

Misra L N, Lucknow

Misra R, Lucknow

Mitra C K, Hyderabad

Mittal R D, Lucknow

Mittra D, Pune

Modi G K, Bhopal

Mohan P M, Hyderabad

Mohanty P, Bhubaneswar

Mookerjee A, Kolkata

Moulik S P, Kolkata

Mukherjee B, Kolkata

Mukherjee M, Kolkata

Mukherjee S N, Pune

Mukherjee S, Delhi

Mukhopadyay S, Hyderabad

Mulimani V H, Gulbarga

Mullainathan P, Chennai

Muniyappa K, Bangalore

Munuswamy N, Chennai

Muralidhar K, Delhi

Murthy B, Padappai, Tamil Nadu

Murthy M R N, Bangalore

Musarrat J, Aligarh

 

Nagappa A N, Pilani

Nagarajan S, Delhi

Naik S, Lucknow

Nandi D, Bangalore

Nandi J, New York

Narayanan S, Chennai

Natarajan K, New Delhi

Nath C, Lucknow

Nath U, Bangalore

 

Oommen Anna, Vellore

 

Pain Debkumar, USA

Pal R, New Delhi

Palepu R, Canada

Palit G, Lucknow

Panda A, New Delhi

Pandey A, Thiruvananthapurum

Pandey R N, Mumbai

Panneerselvam C, Chennai

Pant K K, Delhi

Parreck P, Kolkata

Parthasarathy V A, Calicut

Pathre U V, Lucknow

Patil S A, Bangalore

Patnaik P R, Chandigarh

Peluffo R D, New Jersey

Pereira Ben M J, Roorke

Pitchappan R M, Madurai

Ponnusamy M N, Chennai

Prakash V, Mysore

Prasad H K, New Delhi

Prohit H J, Nagpur

Pugazhendi K V, Annamalinagar

Pundir C S, Rohtak

Punekar N S, Mumbai

 

Qadri A, Delhi

Qazi G N, Jammu Tawi

 

Raghava G P S, Chandigarh

Raghavan S C, Bangalore

Raghavendra A S, Hyderabad

Raghubir R, Lucknow

Raghukumar C, Goa

Raghunath M, Hyderabad

Rai A N, Itanagar

Rai G P, Gwalior

Rajagopal V, Kasaragod

Rajagopalan K V, North Carolina

Rajeshkumar B, Massachusetts

Rajeshwari M R, Delhi

Rajkumar T, Chennai

Ram G C, Izatnagar

Ramachandran A, Chennai

Ramachandran, Delhi

Ramaiah K V A, Hyderabad

Ramakrishna G, Hyderabad

Ramakrishnan C, Bangalore

Ramakrishnan S, Chennai

Ramakumar S, Bangalore

Raman C S, Texas

Ramaswamy R, Delhi

Ramaswamy R, New Jersey

Ramesh N G, Delhi

Ranga U K, Bangalore

Rani R, New Delhi

Ranjit M R, Bhubaneswar

Rao A G Appu, Mysore

Rao A V, Canada

Rao B J, Mumbai

Rao C P, Mumbai

Rao Ch Mohan, Hyderabad

Rao D N, Delhi

Rao D Narasimha, Bangalore

Rao K Subba, Hyderabad

Rao N M, Hyderabad

Rao R, Anantapur

Rao M R S, Bangalore

Rath B K, Varanasi

Rath S K, Lucknow

Ravindranath T, Delhi

Ravindranath V, Gurgaon

Ravishanker, Delhi

Rawal S K, Pune

Ray M, Kolkata

Ray P, New Delhi

Ray S, Kolkata

Ray S B, New Delhi

Reddanna P, Hyderabad

Reddy M K, Lucknow

Rodrigues V, Mumbai

Roy A K, Bhagalpur

Roy K, Kolkata

Roy S, Kolkata

 

Sagi Amir, Israel

Saha Debabrata, Texas

Sahani M S, Bikaner

Sahni G, Chandigarh

Sahu A, Pune

Sainis J K, Mumbai

Sainis K B, Mumbai

Sakai H, Japan

Saleemuddin M, Aligarh

Salimath P V, Mysore

Saran A, Mumbai

Satoh Kimiyuki, Okayama

Satyanarayana T, Delhi

Sau A K, Delhi

Savithri H S, Bangalore

Saxena A, New Delhi

Saxena A K, Lucknow

Schulz-Friedrich R, Kiel, Germany

Sehgal D, Delhi

Sekhon B S, Ludhiana

Sen Parimal C, Kolkata

Sengupta S, Delhi

Sharma A, New Delhi

Sharma S G, Cuttack

Sharma Shobhona, Mumbai

Sharma Vinay, Rajasthan

Shashidhara L S, Hyderabad

Shetye S R, Goa

Shoji R, Tokyo

Siddiqui M, Srinaga

Singh A B, Delhi

Singh Anil K, Mumbai

Singh B D, Varanasi

Singh H B, Mumbai

Singh Lalji, Hyderabad

Singh M P, Lucknow

Singh P, Delhi

Singh R, Delhi

Singh S K, Varanasi

Singh T P, Delhi

Singh Y, Delhi

Sivakami S, Mumbai

Söderhäll K, Sweden

Sodhi Ajit, Varanasi

Somasundaram S G, Texas

Sopory S K, Delhi

Sreenivasan K, Thiruvananthapurum

Srinivas U, Hyderabad

Steck T L, Chicago

Strasser Reto J, Geneva

Subramaniyam B, Delhi

Subramanian P, Annamalainagar

Sudhakaran P R, Thirvananthapuram

Suresh S, Mumbai

Sureshkumar G, Kolkata

Swaminathan M S, Chennai

Swamy M J, Hyderabad

 

Thakur M K, Varanasi

Thomas P S, California

Tomar S S, Delhi

Trivedi S K, Bhopal

Tyrrell R, England

 

Unni B G, Jorhat

 

Varalakshmi P, Chennai

Varshney U, Bangalore

Vedasironmani J R, Kolkata

Velmurugan D, Chennai

Verma, R, Izatnagar

Vijayan E, Kochi

Vishveshwara S, Bangalore

 

Wang X, Nanjing

Wang Xiao-Yun, Tai'an, China

Warren Hilary, Australia

Wategaonkar S, Mumbai

Watts M, Tasmania

Widanapathirana, Srilanka

Winkler D A, Australia

 

Yadav J S, Hyderabad

Yadav M P, Izatnagar

Yadav S, Texas

Yadav Sushma, Texas

Yan Liang-Jun, USA

 

Zhang H, Beijing

Zhou Hai-Meng, Beijing