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Current Faculty Publications

  1. Augustine R and Bisht NC (2017) Regulation of glucosinolate metabolism: From model plant Arabidopsis thaliana to Brassica crops. In: Ramawat KG, Merillon Jean-Michel (eds), Reference Series in Phytochemistry: Glucosinolates, Springer International Publishing, Switzerland, pp 163-199.

  2. Balyan S, Kumar M, Mutum RD, Raghuvanshi U, Agarwal P, Mathur S and Raghuvanshi S (2017) Identification of miRNA-mediated drought responsive multi-tiered regulatory network in drought tolerant rice, Nagina 22. Scientific Reports 7: 15446.

  3. Bandyopadhyay T, Mehra P, Hairat S and Giri J (2017) Morpho-physiological and transcriptome profiling reveal novel zinc deficiency-responsive genes in rice. Functional & Integrative Genomics 17: 565-581

  4. Bandyopadhyay T, Muthamilarasan M and Prasad M (2017) Millets for next generation climate-smart agriculture. Frontiers in Plant Science 8: 1266.

  5. Barua P, Gayen D, Lande NV, Chakraborty S and Chakraborty N (2017) Global proteomic profiling and identification of stress-responsive proteins using two-dimensional gel electrophoresis. Methods in Molecular Biology 1631: 163-179.

  6. Bhadouria J, Singh AP, Mehra P, Verma L, Srivastawa R, Parida SK and Giri J (2017) Identification of purple acid phosphatases in chickpea and potential roles of CaPAP7 in seed phytate accumulation. Scientific Reports 7: 11012.

  7. Bhattacharjee A, Sharma R and Jain M (2017) Over-expression of OsHOX24 confers enhanced susceptibility to abiotic stresses in transgenic rice via modulating stress-responsive gene expression. Frontiers in Plant Science 8: 628.

  8. Chaliha C, Nath BK, Verma PK and Kalita E (2017) Synthesis of functionalized Cu:ZnS nanosystems and its antibacterial potential. Arab. J. Chem. (In Press).

  9. Choudhary A, Gupta A, Ramegowda V and Senthil-Kumar M (2017) Transcriptomic changes under combined drought and nonhost bacteria reveal novel and robust defenses in Arabidopsis thaliana. Environmental and Experimental Botany 139 : 152-164.

  10. Daware AV, Srivastava R, Singh AK, Parida SK and Tyagi AK (2017) Regional association analysis of metaQTLs delineates candidate grain size genes in rice. Frontiers in Plant Science 8: 807.

  11. Dwivedi V, Parida SK, Chattopadhyay D (2017) A repeat length variation in myo-inositol monophosphatase gene contributes to seed size trait in chickpea. Scientific Reports. 7:4764

  12. Elagamey E, Narula K, Sinha A, Ghosh S, Abdellatef MAE, Chakraborty N and Chakraborty S (2017) Quantitative extracellular matrix proteomics suggests cell wall reprogramming in host-specific immunity during vascular wilt caused by Fusarium oxysporum in chickpea. Proteomics (In Press).

  13. Elagamey E, Sinha A, Narula K, Abdellatef MAE, Chakraborty N and Chakraborty S (2017) Molecular dissection of extracellular matrix proteome reveals discrete mechanism regulating Verticillium dahliae triggered vascular wilt disease in potato. Proteomics (In Press).

  14. Fatima U and Senthil-Kumar M (2017) Tissue water status and bacterial pathogen infection: how they are correlated?. In: Senthil-Kumar M (ed), Plant Tolerance to Individual and Concurrent Stresses, Springer (India) Pvt. Ltd., pp 165-178.

  15. Garg R, Singh VK, Rajkumar MS, Kumar V and Jain M (2017) Global transcriptome and co-expression network analyses reveal cultivar-specific molecular signatures associated with seed development and seed size/weight determination in chickpea. Plant Journal  (In Press).

  16. Ghosh S, Kanwar P and Jha G (2017) Alterations in rice chloroplast integrity, photosynthesis and metabolome associated with pathogenesis of Rhizoctonia solaniScientific Reports 7: 41610.

  17. Ghosh S, Kaushik A, Khurana S, Varshney A, Singh AK, Dahiya P, Thakur JK, Sarin SK, Gupta D, Malhotra P, Mukherjee SK and Bhatnagar RK (2017) An RNAi-based high-throughput screening assay to identify small molecule inhibitors of hepatitis B virus replication. Journal of Biological Chemistry 292: 12577 - 12588.

  18. Gupta A and Senthil-Kumar M (2017) Concurrent stresses are perceived as new state of stress by the plants: overview of impact of abiotic and biotic stress combinations. In: Senthil-Kumar M (ed), Plant Tolerance to Individual and Concurrent Stresses, Springer (India) Pvt. Ltd., pp 1-15.

  19. Gupta A and Senthil-Kumar M (2017) Transcriptome changes in Arabidopsis thaliana infected with Pseudomonas syringae during drought recovery. Scientific Reports 7: 9124.

  20. Gupta A, Hisano H, Hojo Y, Matsuura T, Ikeda Y, Mori IC and Senthil-Kumar M (2017) Global profiling of phytohormone dynamics during combined drought and pathogen stress in Arabidopsis thaliana reveals ABA and JA as major regulators. Scientific Reports 7: 4017.

  21. Gupta S, Nawaz K, Parween S, Roy R, Sahu K, Pole AK, Khandal H, Srivastava R, Parida SK and Chattopadhyay D (2017) Draft genome sequence of Cicer reticulatum L., the wild progenitor of chickpea provides a resource for agronomic trait improvement. DNA Res. 24:  1-10.

  22. Irfan M and Datta A (2017) Improving food nutritional quality and productivity through genetic engineering.  International Journal of Cell Science & Molecular Biology 2: 555576.

  23. Kamthan A, Kamthan M and Datta A (2017) Biotechnology for drug discovery and crop improvement. The Nucleus 60: 237-242.

  24. Kamthan A, Kamthan M and Datta A (2017) Expression of C-5 sterol desaturase from an edible mushroom in fisson yeast enhances its ethanol and thermotolerance. PLoS One 12: e0173381.

  25. Kaundal A, Ramu VS, Oh S, Lee S, Pant B, Lee HK, Rojas CM, Senthil-Kumar M and Mysore KS (2017) General Control Non-repressible-4 (GCN4) degrades 14-3-3 and the RIN4 complex to regulate stomatal aperture with implications on nonhost disease resistance and drought tolerance. The Plant Cell 29: 2233-2248.

  26. Khandal H, Parween S, Roy R, Meena MK, Chattopadhyay D. (2017) MicroRNA profiling provides insights into post-transcriptional regulation of gene expression in chickpea root apex under salinity and water deficiency. Scientific Reports. 7:4632

  27. Kumar A and Sarkar AK (2017) Apple CALCINEURIN B-LIKE PROTEIN10 genes have evolved to be novel targets of miR167s through sequence variation. Current Science 112 : 147-150.

  28. Kumar P, Augustine R, Singh AK and Bisht NC (2017) Feeding behaviour of generalist pests on Brassica juncea: implication for manipulation of glucosinolate biosynthesis pathway for enhanced resistance.Plant, Cell & Environment  40: 2109 - 2120.

  29. Kumar R, Barman A, Phukan T, Kabyashree K, Singh N, Jha G, Sonti RV, Genin S and Ray RK (2017) Ralstonia solanacearum virulence in tomato seedlings inoculated by leaf clipping. Plant Pathology 66: 835-841.

  30. Kumar R, Sharma A, Chandel I and Bisht NC (2017) Pattern of expression and interaction specificity of multiple G-protein beta (Gβ) subunit isoforms with their potential target proteins reveal functional dominance of BjuGβ1 in the allotetraploid Brassica juncea. Plant Physiology and Biochemistry 118: 22-30.

  31. Kumar S, Kumari R, Pandey R and Sharma V (2017) Ebola virus disease: Biology, diagnosis, treatment and prevention of epidemics. Proceedings of the Indian National Science Academy 83: 103-149.

  32. Kumari A and Gupta KJ (2017) VisiSens technique to measure internal oxygen and respiration in barley roots. Methods in Molecular Biology 1670: 39-45.

  33. Kumari A, Preston GM and Gupta KJ (2017) Measurement of oxygen status in Arabidopsis leaves undergoing the hypersensitive response during Pseudomonas infection. Methods in Molecular Biology 1670: 71-76.

  34. Kushwah S and Laxmi A (2017) The interaction between glucose and cytokinin signaling in controlling Arabidopsis thaliana seedling root growth and development. Plant Signaling & Behavior (In Press).

  35. Lande NV, Subba P, Barua P, Gayen D, Keshava Prasad TS, Chakraborty S and Chakraborty N (2017) Dissecting the chloroplast proteome of chickpea (Cicer arietinum L.) provides new insights into classical and non-classical functions. Journal of Proteomics (In Press).

  36. Lee S, Senthil-Kumar M, Kang M, Rojas CM, Tang Y, Oh S, Choudhury SR, Lee HK, Ishiga Y, Allen RD, Pandey S and Mysore KS (2017) The small GTPase, nucleolar GTP-binding protein 1 (NOG1), has a novel role in plant innate immunity. Scientific Reports 7: 9260.

  37. Majee M, Wu S, Salaita L, Gingerich D, Dirk LMA, Chappell J, Hunt AG, Vierstra R and Downie AB (2017) A misannotated locus positively influencing Arabidopsis seed germination is deconvoluted using multiple methods, including surrogate splicing. Plant Gene 10: 74-85.

  38. Malik N, Agarwal P and Tyagi A (2017) Emerging functions of multi-protein complex Mediator with special emphasis on plants. Critical Reviews in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology (In Press).

  39. Mallik B, Dwivedi MK, Mushtaq Z, Kumari M, Verma PK and Kumar V (2017) Regulation of neuromuscular junction organization by Rab2 and its effector ICA69 in Drosophila. Development 144:  2032-2044.

  40. Mehra P, Pandey BK and Giri J (2017) Improvement of phosphate acquisition and utilization by a secretory purple acid phosphatase (OsPAP21b) in rice. Plant Biotechnology Journal 15: 1054-1067.

  41. Mishra BS, Jamsheer K M, Singh D, Sharma M and Laxmi A (2017) Genome-wide identification and expression, protein-protein interaction and evolutionary analysis of the seed plant-specific BIG GRAIN and BIG GRAIN LIKE gene family. Frontiers in Plant Science 8: 1812.

  42. Mishra D, Shekhar S, Agrawal L, Chakraborty S and Chakraborty N (2017) Cultivar-specific high temperature stress responses in bread wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) associated with physicochemical traits and defense pathways. Food Chemistry 221:  1077-1087.

  43. Mtunguja MK, Ranjan A, Laswai HS, Muzanila Y, Ndunguru J and Sinha NR (2017) Genetic diversity of farmer-preferred cassava landraces in Tanzania based on morphological descriptors and single nucleotide polymorphisms. Plant Genetic Resources 15:  138-146.

  44. Mur LAJ, Simpson C, Kumari A, Gupta AK and Gupta KJ (2017) Moving nitrogen to the centre of plant defence against pathogens. Ann. Bot. 119:  703-709.

  45. Muthamilarasan M and Prasad M (2017) Genetic determinants of drought stress tolerance in Setaria. In: Doust A, Diao X (eds), Genetics and Genomics of Setaria. Springer International Publishing, Switzerland, pp 267-289.

  46. Nivedita, Verma PK and Upadhyaya KC (2017) Lectin protein kinase is induced in plant roots in response to the endophytic fungus, Piriformospora indica. Plant Molecular Biology Reporter 35: 323-332.

  47. Nag P, Aggarwal PR, Ghosh S, Narula K, Tayal R, Maheshwari N, Chakraborty N and Chakraborty S (2017) Interplay of neuronal and non-neuronal genes regulates intestinal DAF-16-mediated immune response during Fusarium infection of Caenorhabditis elegans. Cell Death Discovery 3: 17073.

  48. Pandey BK, Mehra P, Verma L, Bhadouria J and Giri J (2017) OsHAD1, a haloacid dehalogenase-like APase enhances phosphate accumulation. Plant Physiology 174: 2316-2332.

  49. Pandey C, Augustine R, Panthri M, Zia I, Bisht NC and Gupta M (2017) Arsenic affects the production of glucosinolate, thiol and phytochemical compounds: A comparison of two Brassica cultivars. Plant Physiology and Biochemistry  111: 144-154.

  50. Pandey G, Yadav CB, Sahu PP, Muthamilarasan M and Prasad M (2017) Salinity induced differential methylation patterns in contrasting cultivars of foxtail millet (Setaria italica L.). Plant Cell Reports 36: 759-772.

  51. Pandey P and Senthil-Kumar M (2017) Plant responses to combined drought and pathogen infection: current understanding on the role of phytohormones. In: Senthil-Kumar M (ed), Plant Tolerance to Individual and Concurrent Stresses, Springer (India) Pvt. Ltd.  pp 133 -149.

  52. Pandey P, Irulappan VM, Bagavathiannan MV and Senthil-Kumar M (2017) Impact of combined abiotic and biotic stresses on plant growth and avenues for crop improvement by exploiting physio-morphological traits. Front. Plant Sc. 8: 537.

  53. Pandey S, Kumari A, Bharadwaj C and Gupta KJ (2017) Measurement of respiration and internal oxygen in germinating Cicer arietinum L. seeds using optic microsensor. Methods in Molecular Biology 1670: 57-62.

  54. Pandey S, Kumari A and Gupta KJ (2017) Isolation of physiologically active and intact mitochondria from chickpea. Methods in Molecular Biology 1670: 77-85.

  55. Parida SK, Srivastava R and Bajaj D (2017) A genome-wide mQTL-seq scan identifies potential molecular signatures regulating plant height in chickpea. Plant Mol. Biol. Rep.  35:  273-286.

  56. Pathak PK and Gupta KJ (2017) Using an oxygen microsensor to measure oxygen dynamics in tomato plants in response to Pseudomonas syringae infection. Methods in Molecular Biology 1670: 63-69.

  57. Patra B, Kon Y, Yadav G, Sevold AW, Frumkin JP, Vallabhajosyula RR, Hintze A, Østman B, Schossau J, Bhan A, Marzolf B, Tamashiro JK, Kaur A, Baliga NS, Grayhack EJ, Adami C, Galas DJ, Raval A, Phizicky EM and Ray A (2017) A genome wide dosage suppressor network reveals genomic robustness. Nucl. Acids Res.  45: 255-270.

  58. Pradhan S, Kant C, Verma S and Bhatia S (2017) Genome-wide analysis of the CCCH zinc finger family identifies tissue specific and stress responsive candidates in chickpea (Cicer arietinum L.). PLoS One 12: e0180469.

  59. Prakash P, Zeeshan M, Saini E, Muneer A, Khurana S, Chourasia BK, Deshmukh A, Kaur I, Dabral S, Singh N, Anam Z, Chaurasiya A, Kaushik S, Dahiya P, Kalamuddin M, Thakur JK, Mohmmed A, Ranganathan A and Malhotra P (2017) Human Cyclophilin B forms part of a multi-protein complex during erythrocyte invasion by Plasmodium falciparum. Nature Communications 8: 1548.

  60. Purayannur S, Kumar K, Kaladhar VC, Verma PK (2017) Phylogenomic analysis of MKKs and MAPKs from 16 legumes and detection of interacting pairs in chickpea divulge MAPK signalling modules. Scientific Reports 7: 5026.

  61. Purayannur S, Kumar K and Verma PK (2017) Genetic engineering to improve biotic stress tolerance in plants. In: MZ Abdin, U Khantwal, M Kamaluddin and Athar Ali (eds), Plant Biotechnology: Principles and Applications, Springer Nature, Singapore, pp 207-232.

  62. Ranjan R, Khurana R, Malik N, Badoni S, Parida SK, Kapoor S and Tyagi AK (2017) bHLH142 regulates various metabolic pathway-related genes to affect pollen development and anther dehiscence in rice. Scientific Reports 7: 43397.

  63. Ramegowda V, Gill US, Sivalingam PN, Gupta A, Gupta C, Govind G, Nataraja KN, Pereira A, Udayakumar M, Mysore KS and Senthil-Kumar M (2017) GBF3 transcription factor imparts drought tolerance in Arabidopsis thaliana. Scientific Reports 7: 9148.

  64. Ramesh SV, Sahu PP, Prasad M, Praveen S and Pappu HR (2017) Geminiviruses and plant hosts: a closer examination of the molecular arms race. Viruses 9: 256.

  65. Sahu KK and Chattopadhyay D (2017) Genome-wide sequence variations between wild and cultivated tomato species revisited by whole genome sequence mapping. BMC Genomics 18: 430.

  66. Sahu PP, Sharma N and Prasad M (2017) Plant's defense and survival strategies versus pathogen's anti-defense and infection capabilities: The hormone-based mechanisms. In: Pandey G (ed), Mechanism of Plant Hormone Signaling under Stress. JohnWiley & Sons, pp  389 -414.

  67. Salvi P, Kamble NU and Majee M (2017) Stress inducible galactinol synthase of chickpea (CaGolS) implicates in heat and oxidative stress tolerance through reducing stress induced excessive reactive oxygen species accumulation. Plant and Cell Physiology (In Press).

  68. Sardar A, Nandi AK and Chattopadhyay D (2017) CBL-interacting protein kinase 6 negatively regulates immune response to Pseudomonas syringae in Arabidopsis. Journal of Experimental Botany (In Press).

  69. Samanta S and Thakur JK (2017) Characterization of mediator complex and its associated proteins from rice. Methods in Molecular Biology 1629: 123-140.

  70. Senthil-Kumar M (ed) Plant Tolerance to Individual and Concurrent Stresses, Springer (India) Pvt. Ltd., pp 1-178.

  71. Sharma G, Giri J and Tyagi AK (2017) Sub-functionalization in rice gene families with regulatory roles in abiotic stress responses. Critical Reviews in Plant Sciences  35:  231-285.

  72. Shimray PW, Bajaj D, Srivastava R, Daware A, Upadhyaya HD, Kumar R, Bharadwaj C, Tyagi AK and Parida SK (2017) Identifying transcription factor genes associated with yield traits in chickpea. Plant Molecular Biology Reporter (In Press).

  73. Singh A, Roy S, Singh S, Das SS, Gautam V, Yadav S, Kumar A, Singh A, Samantha S and Sarkar AK (2017) Phytohormonal crosstalk modulates the expression of miR166/165s, target Class III HD-ZIPsM, and KANADI genes during root growth in Arabidopsis thaliana. Scientific Reports 7: 3408.

  74. Singh M, Gupta A and Laxmi A (2017) Striking the right chord: Signaling enigma during root gravitropism. Frontiers in Plant Science 8: 1304.

  75. Singh P and Sinha AK (2017) Interplay between auxin and cytokinin and its impact on mitogen activated protein kinase (MAPK). Methods Mol. Biol. 1569: 93-100.

  76. Singh RK, Sahu PP, Muthamilarasan M, Dhaka A and Prasad M (2017) Genomics-assisted breeding for improving stress tolerance of graminaceous crops to biotic and abiotic stresses: Progress and prospects. In: Senthil-Kumar M (ed),  Plant Tolerance to Individual and Concurrent Stresses.  Springer International Publishing, Switzerland.  pp 59 -81.

  77. Singh S, Singh A, Yadav S, Gautam V, Singh A and Sarkar AK (2017) Sirtinol, a Sir2 protein inhibitor, affects stem cell maintenance and root development in Arabidopsis thaliana by modulating auxin-cytokinin signaling components. Scientific Reports 7: 42450.

  78. Singh VK, Rajkumar MS, Garg R and Jain M (2017) Genome-wide identification and co-expression network analysis provide insights into the roles of auxin response factor gene family in chickpea. Scientific Reports 7: 10895.

  79. Sinha R, Gupta A and Senthil-Kumar M (2017) Concurrent drought stress and vascular pathogen infection induce common and distinct transcriptomic responses in chickpea. Front. Plant Sc. 8: 333.

  80. Soda N, Verma L and Giri J (2017) CRISPR-Cas9 based plant genome editing: Significance, opportunities and recent advances. Plant Physiology and Biochemistry (In Press).

  81. Srivastava R, Upadhyaya HD, Kumar R, Daware A, Basu U, Shimray PW, Tripathi S, Bharadwaj C, Tyagi AK, Parida SK (2017) A multiple QTL-Seq strategy delineates potential genomic loci governing flowering time in chickpea. Frontiers in Plant Science 8: 1105.

  82. Srivastava V and Verma PK (2017) The plant LIM proteins: unlocking the hidden attractions. Planta (In Press).

  83. Swain DM, Yadav SK, Tyagi I, Kumar R, Kumar R, Ghosh S, Das J and Jha G (2017) A prophage tail-like protein is deployed by Burkholderia bacteria to feed on fungi. Nature Communications 8: 404.

  84. Tiwari S, Lata C, Chauhan PS, Prasad V and Prasad M (2017) A functional genomic perspective on drought signalling and its cross talk with various phytohormone-mediated signalling pathways in plants. Current Genomics (Accepted).

  85. Thakore D, Srivastava AK and Sinha AK (2017) Mass production of Ajmalicine by bioreactor cultivation of hairy roots of  Catharanthus roseusBiochemical Engineering J. 119: 84-91.

  86. Upadhyaya HD, Bajaj D, Srivastava R, Daware A, Basu U, Tripathi S, Bharadwaj C, Tyagi AK and Parida SK (2017) Genetic dissection of plant growth habit in chickpea. Functional & Integrative Genomics (In Press).

  87. Verma S, Gazara RK and Verma PK (2017) Transcription factor repertoire of necrotrophic fungal phytopathogen Ascochyta rabiei: predominance of MYB transcription factors as potential regulators of secretome. Frontiers in Plant Sciences 8: 1037.

  88. Vishwakarma A and Gupta KJ (2017) Isolation and structural studies of mitochondria from pea roots. Methods in Molecular Biology 1670: 87-95.

  89. Wany A, Kumari A and Gupta KJ (2017) Nitric oxide is essential for the development of aerenchyma in wheat roots under hypoxic stress. Plant, Cell & Environment (In Press).

  90. Yadav A, Thakur JK and Yadav G (2017) KIXBASE: A comprehensive web resource for identification and exploration of KIX domains. Scientific Reports 7: 14924.

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