Dr. Santosh Kumar Dubey

Professor
Ph.D. (BHU)
Contact Information:
Tel. +91 9923568466 Fax:+91-542-2368174
Email Id:santosh.dubey@bhu.ac.in;santoshdubey.gu@gmail.com

 
 
Academic Qualifications:
 
S. No.DegreeInstitutionYear
1.B.Sc.Gorakhpur University1978
2.M.Sc.Gorakhpur University1981
2.Ph. D.Banaras Hindu University1987
 
 
Professional Employments:

S. No.Name of the Post Name of the DepartmentName of the Inst./UnivDuration
8.ProfessorDepartment of BotanyBanaras Hindu University (India)2017-Present
7.ProfessorDepartment of MicrobiologyGoa University (India)2006-2017
6.Associate ProfessorDepartment of MicrobiologyGoa University (India) 1996-2006
5.Research AssociateDepartment of ChemistryUniversity of Nevada, Las Vegas (USA)1995-1996
4.Research Associate Department of Oral BiologyState Univ of New York, Buffalo, (USA)1993-1995
3.Research AssociateDepartment of BiologyClarkson Univ, Potsdam,New York (USA)1991-1993
2.Research AssociateDepartment of BotanyBanaras Hindu University (India)1991 (Jan.)-1991(Aug.)
1.ScientistPolution Control DivisionMinistry of Environment and Forests, Govt. of India1989-1991(Jan.)

Area of specialization:Environmental and Molecular Microbiology
 

Our field of research is focused on diverse aspects of Environmental & Molecular Microbiology which include the following :
1. Study resistance mechanisms in heavy metal (Pb, Cd, Hg), metalloid (As, Te, Se) and organometal (TBTCl) resistant bacteria.
2. Study to assess bioremediative potential of heavy metal/ metalloid/ organometal (TBTCl) resistant bacteria.
3. Development and characterization of luminescent bacterial sensors for toxic metals/metalloids/ organometals using recombinant DNA technology.
4. Bioprospecting of terrestrial and marine bacteria for industrially important enzymes viz. protease, cellulase, lipase, amylase and antimicrobial metabolites using culture dependent and metagenomic approach .
5. Biosynthesis of Selenium and Tellurium nanoparticles using cyanobacteria and marine bacteria, their biological characterization and applications.

Awards & Recognitions:

a) Pool Scientistship from Council of Scientific and Industrial Research, Govt. of India.

b)Research Associateship from Council of Scientific and Industrial Research, Govt. of India.

c) National Overseas Scholarship (PDF) awarded by Department of Education M/O Human Resource Development, Govt. of India.

d) Post Doctoral Associateship offered by Clarkson University, Potsdam, New York, USA.

e) Post Doctoral Associateship offered by University at Buffalo, Buffalo, New York, USA.

f) Post Doctoral Associateship offered by Roswell Park Cancer Institute, Buffalo, New York, USA.

g) Post Doctoral Associateship offered by University of Nevada Las Vegas, Las Vegas, USA.

h) Visiting Scientistship from Centre of Marine Environmental Studies, Ehime University, Matsuyama, Japan (March 1st to 8th, 2003).

i) Visiting Scientistship from Centre of Marine Environmental Studies, Ehime University, Matsuyama, Japan (January 11th to 15th, 2004).

j) JSPS invitation fellowship awarded by JSPS, Govt. of Japan (Duration: November, 17th 2004-September, 16th 2005) to work at Centre of Marine Environmental Studies, Ehime University, Matsuyama, Japan.

Any additional information:

a) Life Member of Association of Microbiologists of India since 2007 .

b) Member, Institutional Biosafety committee, Goa University.

c) Reviewer for Current Science, Separation Science and Technology, Journal of Toxicology and Environmental Health Sciences, African Journal of Microbiology Sciences, Current Microbiology, International Biodegradation & Biodeterioration

d) Nominated Associate graduate faculty by the Department of Chemistry, University of Nevada Las Vegas, USA to teach Bioane)alytical and Environmental Toxicology during spring semester -1997.

f) Taught Environmental Toxicology and Toxicity Assessment (CHE-201 & ENV-201) in the Deptt. of Chemistry at University of Nevada Las Vegas, USA during Fall semester -1996.

g) Taught Industrial Microbiology and Computer application at Master level in the Dept of Microbiology, Goa University for few academic session.

h) Designed a new course on Genetic Engineering for M.Sc Microbiology program of Goa Univeristy in 1999 and taught the course.

i) Nominated Coordinator, Departmental Research Support (under special Assistance programme of UGC) in Microbiology, Goa University by honorable V.C. , Goa University .

j) V.C. Nominee (Subject Expert) for several Faculty Research Committees in Biotechnology, Zoology and Botany Dept. of Goa University.

k) Chairman, Dept. of Microbiology, Goa University (2007-2008, 2011-2014).

l) Chairman, Board of Studies in Microbiology at Goa University (2007-2008, 2011- 2014).

m) Chairman, Board of Examiners in Microbiology at Goa University (2007-08, 2011- 2014).

n) Convener, D E C in Microbiology at Goa University (2010-12).

o) Member, Board of Studies in Microbiology at Goa University (2009-2011).

p) Invited speaker and Co-Chair in ICMEMB organized by Barkatullah University Bhopal (July 1-3, 2011).

q) Expert Member, Affiliation Inquiry Committee for Regional Center of Biotechnology, Gurgaon, NCR, New Delhi (23rd Nov. 2011)

r) Expert Member, Affiliation Inquiry Committee for National Institute of Malaria Research, Dwarka, New Delhi (24th Nov. 2011)

s) Resource Person for Refresher course in Plant Sciences (December 1-2, 2011) organized by academic staff college, Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi(U.P.)

t) Member , Expert Committee of UGC for Screening of new projects and assessment of ongoing projects in Microbiology (November 2012; February 2013)

u) Member , Expert committee appointed by MHRD for preparation of Glossary in Botany (May, 2013)

v) Member, Programme Advisory committee of UGC for assessment of DRS-SAP programme of Microbiology in M. S. University , Baroda since 2014.

w) Invited Talk in Life sciences symposium organized by Biosciences group, BARC, Mumbai ,Maharashtra (Feb. 3-5, 2015)

x) Invited Talk in National conference on Biotechnology and Human welfare: New Vistas organized by department of Biotechnology, Purvanchal University, Jaunpur, U.P. (March 21-22, 2015).

y) Invited Talk in 58th Annual conference of Association of Microbiologists of India-2017 and International symposium on Microbes for sustainable development: Scope and applications organized by Department of Environmental Microbiology, Babasaheb Bhimrao Ambedkar University, Lucknow , U.P. and Association of Microbiologists of India (November 16-19, 2017).

z) Co-chair of a session in Symposium on Advances in Biology of Algae and Cyanobacteria organized by CAS in Botany, Institute of Science, Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi, U.P. (February, 8-9, 2018).

a1) Mentored 11 students for Ph.D. degree in Microbiology at Goa University,Goa.

 
Current Research Projects:
 

S. No.Name of the Project DurationSource of FundingAmount of Funding (Rs)
1. . Biochemical characterization of Tributyltin chloride (TBTC) resistant bacteria from marine environment of Goa , India and isolation of genes encoding enzyme(s) for TBTC resistance (degradation). (P.I) 2008-2010DBT, New Delhi17.09 lacs

 
List of 10 major Publications:
  1. Sharma, Jaya, Kashif, Shamim, Santosh Kumar Dubey and Ram Murti Meena 2017. Metallothionein assisted periplasmic lead sequestration as lead sulphite by Providencia vermicola strain SJ2A. Science of the Total Environment 579: 359-65. (IF: 4.9, CI: 08)
  2. Dnyanada S. Khanolkar, Santosh Kumar Dubey and Milind Mohan Naik 2015. Biotransformation of tributyltin chloride to less toxic dibutyltin dichloride and monobutyltin trichloride by Klebsiella pneumoniae strain SD9. International Biodeterioration and Biodegradation 104: 212-218. (IF: 2.962, CI: 09)
  3. Milind Mohan Naik and Santosh Kumar Dubey 2014. Review- Lead Resistant Bacteria: Lead resistance mechanisms, their applications in lead bioremediation and biomonitoring. Ecotoxicology and Environmental Safety 98: 1-7. (IF: 3.743, CI: 79)
  4. Naik, Milind, Anju Pandey and Santosh Kumar Dubey 2012. Pseudomonas aeruginosa strain WI-1 from Mandovi estuary possesses metallothionein to alleviate lead toxicity and promotes plant growth. Ecotoxicology and Environmental Safety 79: 129-133. (IF: 3.743, CI: 55)
  5. Naik, Milind Mohan, Pandey, Anju and Santosh Kumar Dubey 2012. Biological characterization of lead - enhanced exopolysacharide produced by a lead resistant Enterobacter cloacae strain P2B. Biodegradation 23(5): 775-783. (IF: 2.021, CI:41)
  6. P. V. Bramhachari and S. K. Dubey 2006. Isolation and characterization of exopolysaccharide produced by Vibrio harveyi strain VB23. Letters in Applied Microbiology 43: 571-577. (IF: 1.57, CI: 87)
  7. Naik, Milind, Khanolkar, Dnyanada, and Santosh Kumar Dubey 2012. Lead resistant Providencia alcalifaciens strain 2EA bioprecipitates Pb 2+ as Lead phosphate. Letters in Applied Microbiology 56: 99-104. (IF: 1.57, CI: 27)
  8. Milind Mohan Naik and S. K. Dubey 2011. Lead - enhanced siderophore production and alteration in cell morphology in a Pb- resistant Pseudomonas aeruginosa strain 4EA. Current Microbiology 62: 409-414. (IF: 1.322, CI: 54)
  9. Santosh K. Dubey, Tsutomu Tokashiki, and S. Suzuki 2006. Microarray mediated transcriptome analysis of the tributyltin (TBT) resistant bacterium, Pseudomonas aeruginosa 25W in the presence of TBT. The Journal of Microbiology 44: 200 -205. (IF: 1.924, CI: 20)
  10. Holmes, D. S., S. K. Dubey, and S. S. Gangolli. 1994. Development of biosensors for the detection of mercury and copper ions. Environmental Geochemistry and Health 16: 229-233. (IF: 2.616, CI : 27)
Full List of Publications:
Referred Scientific Articles in International Journal of repute:
  1. Dubey, S. K. and L. C. Rai 1987. Effect of chromium and tin on survival, growth, carbon fixation, heterocyst differentiation, nitrogenase, nitrate reductase and glutamine synthetase activities of Anabaena doliolum. Journal of Plant Physiology 130: 165-172. (IF : 3.121, CI: 26)
  2. Rai, L.C. and S. K. Dubey 1989. Chromium toxicity in cyanobacteria: Possible role of carbon sources in toxicity amelioration. Microbios 55: 193-203.(CI: 04)
  3. Rai, L. C. and S. K. Dubey 1989. Impact of chromium and tin on a nitrogen fixing cyanobacterium, Anabaena doliolum:Interaction with bivalent Cations. Ecotoxicology and Environmental Safety 17: 94-104. (IF: 3.743;CI:14)
  4. Dubey, S.K. and L. C. Rai 1989.Toxicity of chromium and tin to Anabaena doliolum: interaction with sulphur containing aminoacids and thiols. Biology of metals 2: 55-60. (IF: 2.183, CI: 9)
  5. Dubey, S.K. and L. C. Rai 1989. Protective effects of certain natural and synthetic complexans on the toxicity of chromium and tin to nitrogen fixing cyanobacterium, Anabaena doliolum. Biomedical and Environmental Sciences 2: 271-281.(IF: 2.204; CI:02).
  6. Dubey, S.K. and L. C. Rai 1990. Impact of chromium and tin on a nitrogen fixing Cyanobacterium, Anabaena doliolum: Regulation of toxicity by certain environmental factors. Biomedical and Environmental Sciences 3: 240-249. (IF: 2.204, CI: 10)
  7. Rai, L.C., M. Raizada, N. Mallick, Y. Husainy, A.K. Singh and S. K. Dubey 1990. Effect of four heavy metals on the biology of Nostoc muscorum. Biology of Metals 2(4) : 229-234. (IF: 2.183, CI: 36)
  8. Dubey, S. K., and L. C. Rai 1990. Toxicity of chromium and tin to Anabaena doliolum: interaction with bivalent cations. Biology of metals 4: 15-21. (IF: 2.183 ,CI: 04)
  9. Rai, L.C., S. K. Dubey and N. Mallick 1992. Influence of chromium on some physiological variables of Anabaena doliolum : interaction with metabolic inhibitors. Biometals 5: 13-16. (IF: 2.183 , CI:16)
  10. Dubey, S. K., Gangolli, S. S. and D. S. Holmes 1993. Development of biosensors to measure metal ion bioavailability in environmental samples. Journal of North Eastern Geology 15: 88-94.(CI:06)
  11. Holmes, David S. , Dubey, Santosh K. and Seema Gangolli 1993. Development of biosensors to measure metal ion bioavailabililty in mining and metal wastes. In: Biohydrometallurgical Technologies Vol II (Torma, A. E., Apel, M. L. and Brierley, C. L.). The minerals, metals and materials society, Philadelphia, USA, pp. 659 - 666. (CI: 8)
  12. Holmes, D. S., S. K. Dubey, and S. S. Gangolli. 1994. Development of biosensors for the detection of mercury and copper ions. Environmental Geochemistry and Health 16: 229-233. (IF: 2.616, CI:27)
  13. Dubey, S. K., Holmes, D. S. 1995. Review- Biological cyanide destruction mediated by microorganism. World Journal of Microbiology and Biotechnology 11: 257-265. (IF: 1.658, CI:119)
  14. Roy,U., Dubey, S. K. and Bhosle, S. 2001. Characterization of exopolymers produced by Sphingomonas sp. utilizing tributyltin chloride(TBTC). In: Proceedings of International conference on industrial pollution and control technologies (ICIPACT-2001) held in Hyderabad, A.P., India, pp. 639-642.
  15. Dubey, S. K., Holmes, D. S., Rao, G. R. and Gangolli, S. 2002. Detection and measurement of ultra-trace levels of mercury and copper by genetically engineered microbial sensors. In: Recent Advances in Environmental Science (Ed. Hiremath, K. G.), Discovery Publishing House, New Delhi, India pp. 245-255.
  16. Dubey, S. K. and Roy, U 2003. Biodegradation of tri-butyltins (Organotins) by marine bacteria. Applied Organometallic Chemistry 17: 3-8. (IF: 2.319, CI: 117)
  17. Roy, U., S. K. Dubey and S. Bhosle 2004. Tributyltin chloride utilizing bacteria from marine ecosystem of west coast of India. Current Science 86 (5): 702-705. (IF: 0.9, CI: 19)
  18. Dubey, S. K. and P.V. Bramhachari 2004. Cyanobacteria in heavy metal polluted environment: Environmental Biotechnology perspective. In: Biotechnological Applications of Cyanobacteria (Ed. Singh, K.), pp. 225-244.
  19. P.V. Bramhachari and Santosh Kumar Dubey 2006. Rapid and specific detection of luminous and non-luminous Vibrio harveyi isolates by PCR amplification. Current Science 90 (8): 1105- 1108. (IF: 0.9 , CI: 20)
  20. Santosh K. Dubey, Tsutomu Tokashiki, and S. Suzuki 2006. Microarray mediated transcriptome analysis of the tributyltin (TBT) resistant bacterium, Pseudomonas aeruginosa 25W in the presence of TBT. The Journal of Microbiology 44: 200 -205. (IF: 1.924, CI: 20)
  21. P. V. Bramhachari and S. K. Dubey 2006. Isolation and characterization of exopolysaccharide produced by Vibrio harveyi strain VB23. Letters in Applied Microbiology 43: 571-577. (IF: 1.57, CI: 87)
  22. P. V. Bramhachari, P.B. Kavikishor, Ranadheer Kumar, B. Rama Rao and S. K. Dubey 2007. Isolation and characterization of Mucus exopolysaccharide produced by Vibrio furnissii strain VB053. Journal of Microbiology and Biotechnology 17 (1): 44-51. (IF: 1.75, CI: 67)
  23. R. Krishnamurthy, L. Cabral, Vidya, R. and Santosh Kumar Dubey 2007. Isolation and biological characterization of a TBTC degrading marine bacterium, Vibrio sp. from Bombay high oil field, India. Current Science 93(8): 1073-1074. (IF:0.9)
  24. Vidya, R. and S. K. Dubey 2009. Expression of TBTCl-induced periplasmic proteins in a Tributyltin chloride resistant, marine sediment bacterium, Alcaligenes sp. Current Science 97(12): 1717-1718. (IF: 0.9; CI: 05)
  25. Fukushima, K., Dubey, Santosh K., and S. Suzuki 2009. Quantitative analysis of expression of Tributyltin (TBT)- regulated genes in TBT resistant Pseudomonas aeruginosa 25W. In: Interdisciplinary Studies on Environmental Chemistry-Environmental Research in Asia (Eds. Obayashi, Y., Isobe, T., Subramaniam, A., Suzuki, S. and Tanabe, S.) pp. 163-166, TERRAPUB Press, Japan. (CI: 03)
  26. P.V. Bramhachari and S. K. Dubey 2010. Biochemistry, Molecular Biology of Bacterial Bioluminescence and Applications of Lux genes. In:Cellular and Biochemical Sciences (Ed.Tripathi, G.), International Publishers, New Delhi, India.
  27. Pandey, Anju, Naik, Milind M. and S. K. Dubey 2010. Organic metabolites produced by Vibrio parahaemolyticus strain An3 isolated from Goan mullet inhibit bacterial fish pathogens. African Journal of Biotechnology 9(42): 7134-7140. (IF: 0.8, CI: 27)
  28. Pandey, Anju, Naik, Milind and Santosh Kumar Dubey 2010. Hemolysin, protease and EPS producing pathogenic Aeromonas hydrophila strain An4 shows antibacterial activity against marine bacterial fish pathogens. Journal of Marine Biology 40: 1-7. (CI: 54)
  29. Milind Mohan Naik and S. K. Dubey 2011. Lead - enhanced siderophore production and alteration in cell morphology in a Pb- resistant Pseudomona aeruginosa strain 4EA. Current Microbiology 62: 409-414.(IF: 1.322, CI: 47)
  30. Pandey, Anju, Naik, Milind and Santosh Kumar Dubey 2011. Biological characterization of marine fish pathogen, Acinetobacter sp. strain An2 producing antimicrobial metabolites. Journal of Scientific and Industrial Research 70: 135-141. (IF: 0.5; CI: 05))
  31. Naik, Milind Mohan, Pandey, Anju and S. K. Dubey 2011. Bioremediation of metals mediated by marine bacteria. In: Microorganisms in Environmental Management-Microbes and Environment (Eds. Prakash, A., Satyanarayana, T. and B. N. Johri), Springer. DOI:10.1007/978-94-007-2228-6. (CI: 10)
  32. Naik, Milind, Anju Pandey and Santosh Kumar Dubey 2012. Pseudomonas aeruginosa strain WI-1 from Mandovi estuary possesses metallothionein to alleviate lead toxicity and promotes plant growth. Ecotoxicology and Environmental Safety 79: 129-133. (IF: 3.743,CI: 42)
  33. Naik, Milind Mohan, Pandey, Anju and Santosh Kumar Dubey 2012. Biological characterization of lead - enhanced exopolysacharide produced by a lead resistant Enterobacter cloacae strain P2B. Biodegradation 23(5): 775-783. (IF:2.021, CI:30)
  34. Fukushima, K., Dubey, Santosh Kumar and Satoru Suzuki 2012. YgiW homologous gene from Pseudomonas aeruginosa 25 W is responsible for tributyltin resistance. Journal of General and Applied Microbiology 58: 283-289. (IF: 1.0, CI:15)
  35. Naik, Milind Mohan, Kashif Shamim and Dubey, Santosh Kumar 2012. Biological characterization of lead resistant bacteria to explore role of bacterial metallothionein in lead resistance .Current Science 103 (4):426-429. (IF: 0.9, CI: 22)
  36. Kunkalekar, R. K., Naik, M.M., Dubey, S. K. and A.V. Salkar 2012. Antibacterial activity of Silver-doped manganese dioxide nanoparticles on multi-drug resistant bacteria. Journal of Chemical Technology and Biotechnology 88: 873-877. (IF:3.135, CI: 17)
  37. Shamim, K., Naik, M.M., Pandey, Anju and Santosh Kumar Dubey 2012.Isolation and identification of Aeromonas caviae strain KS-1 as TBTC and Lead resistant estuarine bacteria. Environmental Monitoring and Assessment 185: 5243-5249. (IF: 1.687, CI: 13)
  38. Naik, Milind, Khanolkar, Dnyanada, and Santosh Kumar Dubey 2012. Lead resistant Providencia alcalifaciens strain 2EA bioprecipitates Pb 2+ as Lead phosphate. Letters in Applied Microbiology 56: 99-104. (IF: 1.57, CI:18)
  39. DíCosta, B., Shamim, K. and Dubey, S. K. 2013. Characterization of thermostable serine protease from Bacillus altitudinis strain BR1. Journal of Scientific and Industrial Research 72:166-171. (IF: 0.56; CI: 02)
  40. DíCosta, Brenda, Dnyanada Khanolkar and Santosh Kumar Dubey 2013. Partial purification and characterization of metalloprotease of halotolerant alkaliphilic bacterium, Bacillus cereus from coastal sediment of Goa, India. African Journal of Biotechnology 12(31): 4905-4914. (IF: 0.8; CI: 04)
  41. Naik, Milind, Dnyanada, Khanolkar, Brenda Dí Costa and Santosh Kumar Dubey 2013. P-type ATPase and MdrL efflux pump mediated lead and multi-drug resistance in estuarine bacterial isolates. Current Science 105(10): 1366-1372.(IF: 0.9, CI: 05)
  42. Milind Mohan Naik and Santosh Kumar Dubey 2014. Review- Lead Resistan Bacteria:Lead resistance mechanisms, their applications in lead bioremediation and biomonitoring. Ecotoxicology and Environmental Safety 98:1-7.(IF: 3.743, CI: 62)
  43. Prabhu, Meghnath, S. K. Dubey, S. K. Mutnuri and M. M. Naik 2014. One-pot rapid synthesis of face centred cubic silver nanoparticles using fermented cow urine, a nanoweapon against fungal and bacterial pathogens. Journal of Bionanoscience 8: 265-273. (CI: 07)
  44. Dnyanada Khanolkar, Milind Mohan Naik and Santosh Kumar Dubey 2015. Biotransformation of Tributyltin Chloride by Pseudomonas stutzeri strain DN2. Brazilian Journal of Microbiology 45(4): 1239-1245. (IF: 1.091, CI: 03)
  45. Dnyanada Khanolkar, S. K. Dubey and Milind Mohan Naik 2015. Tributyltin chloride (TBTCl)-enhanced Exopolysaccharide and Siderophore production in an estuarine Alcaligenes faecalis strain. Archives of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology 68: 612-621. (IF: 2.467, CI: 04)
  46. Dnyanada S. Khanolkar, Santosh Kumar Dubey and Milind Mohan Naik 2015. Biotransformation of tributyltin chloride to less toxic dibutyltin dichloride and monobutyltin trichloride by Klebsiella pneumoniae strain SD9. International Biodeterioration and Biodegradation 104 : 212-218. (IF: 2.962, CI: 06)
  47. Naik, Milind M. and S. K. Dubey 2016. Lead and mercury resistant marine bacteria and their application in lead and mercury bioremediation. In: Marine Pollution and Microbial Remediation (Eds. Naik, M. M. and Dubey, S. K.), pp. 29- 40, Springer, Singapore. (CI: 06)
  48. Naik, M.M. and Dubey, S. K. 2016. Marine Pollution and Microbial Remediation (Edited book), Springer, Singapore.(CI:19)
  49. Sharma, Jaya , Kashif Shamim, Santosh Kumar Dubey, Ram Murti Meena 2017. Metallothionein assisted periplasmic lead sequestration as lead sulfite by Providencia vermicola strain SJ2A. Science of the Total Environment 579:359-365. (IF:4.9;CI:03)
  50. Praveen Kumar, M.K., Shyama, S.K., Shamim K., Dubey, S. K., Dí Costa, A., Sonaye, B. H., Kadam, S. and R. C. Chaubey 2017. Effects of gamma radiation on the early developmental stages of Zebra fish (Danio rerio). Ecotoxicology and Environmental Safety 142 : 95Ė101. (IF: 3.743)
  51. Shamim, K, Sharma, J. and S. K. Dubey 2017. Rapid and efficient method to extract metagenomic DNA from estuarine sediments. 3 Biotech 7: 182-190. (IF: 1.3)
  52. Sharma, J.,Shamim, K. and S. K. Dubey 2018. Phosphatase mediated bioprecipitation of lead as pyromorphite by Achromobacter xylosoxidans. Journal of Environmental Management 217: 754-761. (IF: 4.005)
  53. Naik, M.M., Naik, S.P., Dubey, S. K., Bhat, C. and L.S. Charya 2018. Enhanced exopolysaccharide production and biofilm forming ability in methicillin resistant Staphylococcus sciuri isolated from dairy in response to acyl homoserine lactone (AHL). Journal of Food Science and Technology.https://doi.org/10.1007/s13197-018-3123- (IF: 1.797).
  54. Shamim, K.,Sharma, J., Mutnale, M., Dubey, S. K. and S. Mujawar 2018. Characterization of a metagenomic serine metalloprotease and molecular docking studies. Process Biochemistry 71: 69-75. (IF: 2.616)
  55. Salkar, K., Gadgil, V., S. K. Dubey, Naik, Milind Mohan and R. R. Pandey 2018. Largest freshwater lake Loktak in Manipur needs urgent conservation. Current Science 114(12): 2436-37. (IF:0.9)
  56. Vaigankar, D.C., Dubey, Santosh Kumar, Mujawar, S.Y., DíCosta, A. and S.K. Shyama 2018. Tellurite biotransformation and detoxification by Shewanella baltica with simultaneous synthesis of tellurium nanorods exhibiting photo-catalytic and anti-biofilm activity. Ecotoxicology and Environmental Safety 165: 516-26. (IF: 3.743)
  57. Mujawar, Sajiya Yusuf, Shamim, Kashif, Vaigankar, Diviya Chandrakant and Santosh Kumar Dubey 2018. Arsenite biotransformation and bioaccumulation by Klebsiella pneumoniae strain SSSW7 possessing arsenite oxidase (aioA) gene. BioMetal (Accepted) (IF: 2.478)

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