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Murali Sreepathi Food Microbiology Division, Defence Food Research Laboratory, India
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Venkataramana Mudili Toxicology and Immunology Division, DRDO-BU-Centre for Life Sciences, India
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Chandranayaka Siddaiah Department of Biotechnology, Mysore University, India
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Nirmaladevi Dhamodaran Department of Microbiology and Biotechnology, Bangalore University, India
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Naveen Kumar Kalagatur
  • Food Microbiology Division, Defence Food Research Laboratory, India
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  • 1 Author merit

Education

M.Sc. in Microbiology, Sri Venkateswara University, India, 2009.

Current position

Pursuing PhD in Biotechnology, University of Mysore, Mysore, India.

Publications

  1. George, E., Kasipandi, M., Vekataramana, M., Kumar, K. N., Allen, J. A., Parimelazhagan, T. and Gopalan, N. (2016). In vitro anti-oxidant and cytotoxic analysis of Pogostemon mollis Benth. Bangladesh Journal of Pharmacology,11(1), 148-158.
  2. Kumar, K. N., Venkataramana, M., Allen, J. A., Chandranayaka, S., Murali, H. S. and Batra, H. V. (2016). Role of Curcuma longa L. essential oil in controlling the growth and zearalenone production of Fusarium graminearum. LWT-Food Science and Technology, 69, 522-528.
  3. Kalagatur, N. K., Mudili, V., Siddaiah, C., Gupta, V. K., Natarajan, G., Sreepathi, M. H., Vardhan, B. H. and Putcha, V. L. (2015). Antagonistic activity of Ocimum sanctum L. essential oil on growth and zearalenone production by Fusarium graminearum in maize grains. Front Microbiol 6: 892.
  4. Mudili, V., Siddaih, C. N., Nagesh, M., Garapati, P., Naveen Kumar, K., Murali, H. S., Yli Mattila, T. and Batra, H. V. (2014). Mould incidence and mycotoxin contamination in freshly harvested maize kernels originated from India. J Sci Food Agric 94(13): 2674-2683.
1 Protocol published
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 ...