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Alok Sinha National Institute of Plant Genome Research, Aruna Asaf Ali Road, India
1 protocol
Coreviewers
Arsalan Daudi University of California
153 protocols

Priyanka Das Bose Institute
2 protocols

Reviewer
Arsheed Hussain Sheikh
  • National Institute of Plant Genome Research
Research focus
  • Plant science
Contributions
  • 1 Author merit
  • 1 Reviewer merit

Education

Ph.D. in Plant Stress Signaling, National Institute of Plant Genome Research (NIPGR), New Delhi, India, 2014

Current position

Research Fellow, School of Life Sciences, University of Warwick, Coventry, UK

Publications

  1. Raghuram, B., Sheikh, A. H., Rustagi, Y. and Sinha, A. K. (2015). MicroRNA biogenesis factor DRB1 is a phosphorylation target of mitogen activated protein kinase MPK3 in both rice and Arabidopsis. FEBS J 282(3): 521-536.
  2. Sheikh, A. H., Raghuram, B., Eschen-Lippold, L., Scheel, D., Lee, J. and Sinha, A. K. (2014). Agroinfiltration by cytokinin-producing Agrobacterium sp. strain GV3101 primes defense responses in Nicotiana tabacum. Mol Plant Microbe Interact 27(11): 1175-1185.
  3. Sheikh, A. H., Raghuram, B., Jalmi, S. K., Wankhede, D. P., Singh, P. and Sinha, A. K. (2013). Interaction between two rice mitogen activated protein kinases and its possible role in plant defense. BMC Plant Biol 13: 121.
  4. Sheikh, A. H., Ara, H. and Sinha, A. K. (2012). Mitogen activated protein kinases: A hunt for their physiological substrates in plants. Plant Stress 6 (Special Issue 1) Global Science Books 37-42.
1 Protocol published
Detection of Mitogen-activated Protein Kinase (MAPK) Activation upon Exogenous Chemical Application in Arabidopsis Protoplasts
Authors:  Arsheed Hussain Sheikh and Alok Krishna Sinha, date: 09/20/2015, view: 3017, Q&A: 0
The mitogen activated protein kinase cascade is a highly conserved signal pathway in plants. The exogenous chemicals, like hormones, can trigger a series of signalling cascades, including MAPK pathway, to modulate the plant physiology. Upon ...
1 Protocol reviewed
Antifungal and Zearalenone Inhibitory Activity of Ocimum sanctum L. Essential Oil on Fusarium graminearum Determined by UHPLC and RT-qPCR
Fusarium graminearum has been given special attention in the context of agricultural commodities due to its ability to grow in diverse climatic conditions, and to produce different mycotoxins including zearalenone (ZEA) and type-B ...
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