Sanjiv K Mishra

MSc, PhD Research Scholar    /    India, bhavnagar


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Research Scholar (CSIR-SRF) Marine Biotechnology & Ecology Discipline Central Salt & Marine Chemicals Research Institute G.B.Marg Bhavnagar -364002 India
Brief Introduction: At the outset I would like to introduce myself that I am Sanjiv Kumar Mishra. Because of my scientific verve, I am quite gravited towards the arena of Molecular Biology as it gives immense opportunity to acquire research skills and it paves way to serve for the good will of humanity. My Postgraduate degree is M. Sc. (Botany) from Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi. My M.Sc. dissertation work title was “Biotechnological potential of Cyanobacteria in relation to production of Hydrogen and Ammonia” completed from CAS, Department of Botany, Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi. I am exposed to most of the basic molecular biological and analytical techniques. At present I am working as a research student and pursuing my Ph.D. at CSMCRI (CSIR) under the guidance of Dr. Sandhya Mishra. My Ph.D. work is on “Studies on phycoerythrin from marine algae from south west coast of India”

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Preparation of highly purified C-phycoerythrin from marine cyanobacterium Pseudanabaena sp.

S. K. Mishra, A. Shrivastav, S. Mishra.
C-phycoerythrin was isolated and purified from marine Pseudanabaena sp. using two step chromatographic methods. Phycobiliproteins in the marine Pseudanabaena was extracted in 100mM phosphate buffer (pH 7.2) and precipitated by salting out. The precipitated C-phycoerythrin was purified by gel...

Biodegradability studies of polyhydroxyalkanoate (PHA) film produced by a marine bacteria using Jatropha biodiesel byproduct as a substrate

Anupama Shrivastav, Sanjiv K. Mishra, Imran Pancha, Deepti Jain, Sourish Bhattacharya, Sheetal Patel and Sandhya Mishra
Polyhydroxyalkanoates are water-insoluble, hydrophobic polymers and can be degraded by microorganisms that produce extracellular PHA depolymerase. The present work was aimed to evaluate the degradability of Polyhydroxyalkanoate film produced by Halomonas hydrothermalis using Jatropha biodiesel...

Zn(II)-Cyclam Based Chromogenic Sensors for Recognition of ATP in Aqueous Solution Under Physiological Conditions and Their Application as Viable Staining Agents for Microorganism.

15. P. Mahato, A. Ghosh, Sanjiv K. Mishra, A. Shrivastav, S. Mishra, A. Das
Two chromogenic complexes, L.Zn (where L is (E)-4-((4-(1,4,8,11-tetraazacyclotetradecan-1-ylsulfonyl)phenyl)diazenyl)-N,N-dimethylaniline) and its [2]pseudorotaxane form (α-CD.L.Zn), were found to bind preferentially to adenosine triphosphate (ATP), among all other common anions and biologically...
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