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E V Soniya, PhD

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+91-471-2529454

evsoniya@rgcb.res.in

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E V Soniya, PhD

Scientist F

+91-471-2529454

evsoniya@rgcb.res.in

  • Profile

    • PhD from Department of Botany, University of Kerala (1995)
    • May 1995 – April 1997, Central Tuber Crops Research Institute, Thiruvananthapuram
    • April 1997 – till date, Rajiv Gandhi Centre for Biotechnology
    • 2007-2008 INSA/DFG visiting Scientist in Max Planck Institute of Chemical Ecology, Jena, Germany
    • Fellow, Kerala Academy of Sciences
    • Indian Society of Cell Biology
    • Society for Plant physiology and Biochemistry
    • Kerala Academy of Sciences
    • Society for Biotechnologists (INDIA)
    • National Academy of Science India
  • Research

    • Molecular Characterization of Plant Type III Polyketide Synthase Involved in the Biosynthesis of Medicinally Important Phenyl propanoids
    • Characterisation of microRNAs in stress regulation from black pepper
    • A database on Polyketide Synthases using structural bioinformatic methods (www.type3pks.in)

    Extramural Grants

    SL.No.Title of ProjectFunding agencyDuration
    1Evaluation of differentially expressed miRNAs during biotic stress in black pepper Council for Scientific and Industrial Research2011-2014
    2Identification and functional validation of Type III PKS from A. marmelos involved in anthranilic acid derived alkaloid biosynthesisDepartment of Science and Technology, Government of India2012-2015

    Vivek P.J, Resmi M.S, Tara G Menon & Mallika. V Won third prize in the Biotechnology Entrepreneurship Student teams (BEST2010) (http://www.ableindia.in/best/index.php) Competition, a national level Life Science Entrepreneurship Development program which is sponsored by the Department of Biotechnology. Ministry of Science and Technology, Government of India and is administered by ABLE - India.

  • Publications

    Journal

    1. Asha Srinivasan and E. V. Soniya (2016). The sRNAome mining revealed existence of unique signature small RNAs derived from 5.8SrRNA from Piper nigrum and other plant lineages. Nature Scientific Reports. | 7:41052 | DOI: 10.1038/srep41052
    2. Vivek PJ, Resmi MS, Sreekumar S, Sivakumar KC, Tuteja N and Soniya EV (2017) Calcium-Dependent Protein Kinase in Ginger Binds with Importin-α through Its Junction Domain for Nuclear Localization, and Further Interacts with NAC Transcription Factor. Frontiers in Plant Science. 7:1909. doi: 10.3389/fpls.2016.01909
    3. Aiswarya G, Mallika V, Lovely jael P and Soniya EV (2016) Nitric oxide as a bioactive molecule in the regulation of chalcone synthase during jasmonic acid mediated defense signaling in ginger. Plant cell tissue and organ culture. DOI 10.1007/s11240-016-1129-8
    4. Aiswarya G, Mallika V, Luis AJ Mur, Soniya EV (2016) Ectopic expression and functional characterization of type III polyketide synthase mutants from Emblica officinalis Gaertn. Plant cell reports. 35 (10) 2077-90
    5. Asha S, Soniya E V (2016).Transfer RNA Derived Small RNAs Targeting Defense Responsive Genes Are Induced during Phytophthora capsiciInfection in Black Pepper (Piper nigrum L.).Frontiers in Plant Science. 2016 Jun 1;7:767.
    6. Mallika V, Aiswarya G, Gincy P T, Remakanthan A, Soniya E V (2016). Molecular evolutionary and structural insight into the selection pressure and characteristic features of type III Polyketide synthases repertoire in Zingiberaceae. Development Genes and Evolution. 2.226(4):269-85.
    7. Asha S, Sweda Sreekumar, Soniya E V. Unravelling the complexity of microRNA-mediated gene regulation in black pepper (Piper nigrum L.) using high-throughput small RNA profiling (2016).Plant Cell Reports . 35(1):53-63.
    8. Resmi MS, Vivek PJ, Soniya EV (2015). Over-expression of bael quinolone synthase in tobacco improves plant vigor under favorable conditions, drought, or salt stress. FEBS Letters 589(3):332-341.
    9. Asha Srinivasan, Sweda Sreekumar, E. V. Soniya (2015). Unravelling the complexity of microRNA-mediated gene regulation in black pepper (Piper nigrum L.) using highthroughput small RNA profiling.Plant Cell Reports. 35:53-63, 2016
    10. Tara G Menon and E V Soniya (2014). Isolation and characterisation of salt induced genes from Rhizophora apiculata Blume, a true mangrove by suppression subtractive hybridisation. Current Science Vol. 107(4): 650.
    11. EK Radhakrishnan, Smitha V. Bava, Sai Shyam Narayanan, Lekshmi R. Nath, Arun Kumar T. Thulasidasan,Eppurathu Vasudevan Soniya , Ruby John Anto (2014). [6]-Gingerol Induces Caspase-Dependent Apoptosis and Prevents PMA-Induced Proliferation in Colon Cancer Cells by Inhibiting MAPK/AP-1 Signaling. PLoS ONE 9(8): e104401. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0104401.
    12. Vivek PJ, Tuteja N, Soniya EV (2013). CDPK1 from ginger promotes salinity and drought stress tolerance without yield penalty by improving growth and photosynthesis in Nicotiana tabacum. PLoS One. Oct 23; 8(10):e76392.
    13. M S Resmi, Priyanka Verma, Rajesh S. Gokhale and E V Soniya(2013). Identification and characterization of a Type III polyketide synthase involved in quinolone alkaloid biosynthesis from Aegle marmelos Corr. Journal of Biological Chemistry 288: 7271-7281.
    14. Nisha Joy, Asha S, Mallika V and E V Soniya (2013). De novo transcriptome sequencing reveals a considerable bias in the incidence of Simple Sequence Repeats towards the downstream of 'pre-miRNAs' of black pepper. Plos One 8(3): e56694.
    15. Remakanthan, Tara G Menon and E V Soniya (2013). Somatic embryogenesis in banana (Musa acuminata AAA cv. Grand Naine): Effect of explant and culture conditions. In Vitro Cellular and Developmental Biology - Plant. DOI: 10.1007/s 11627-013-9546-4.
    16. Asha S, Nisha Joy and E.V.Soniya (2013). In silico Characterization and Phylogenetic analysis of two Evolutionarily Conserved miRNAs (miR166 and miR171) from Black pepper (Piper nigrum L.). Plant Molecular Biology Reporter 31: 707-718.
    17. Nisha Joy and E.V.Soniya (2012). Identification of a miRNA candidate reflects the possible significance of transcribed microsatellites in the hairpin precursors of black pepper. Functional & Integrative Genomics 12:387-395.
    18. Sindhu C Unni, P J Vivek, T T Maju, Rintu T Varghese and E V Soniya (2012). Molecular cloning and Characterization of fruit specific promoter from Cucumis sativusL.. American Journal of Molecular Biology PP.132-139.
    19. Resmi, M.S., Soniya, E.V (2011). Molecular cloning and differential expressions of two cDNA encoding Type III polyketide synthase in different tissues of Curcuma longa L., Gene : 491 (2012) 278-283
    20. Sudha C.G, T.V. Sherina, V.P. Anu Anand, J.V. Reji, P. Padmesh and E V Soniya (2012). Agrobacterium rhizogenes mediated transformation of the medicinal plant Decalepis arayalaphthra and production of 2-hydroxy-4-methoxy benzaldehyde. Plant Cell Tiss Organ Culture.
    21. Nisha Joy, V. P. Prasanth and E. V. Soniya (2011). Microsatellite based analysis of genetic diversity of popular black pepper genotypes in South India, Genetica: Vol: 139, (8), 1033-1043
    22. Mallika. V, Sivakumar K.C and Soniya E.V. (2011). Evolutionary implications and physicochemical analyses of selected proteins from Type III polyketide synthase family. Evolutionary Bioinformatics. 2011; 7: 41-53.
    23. Mallika. V, Sivakumar K.C and Soniya E.V. (2011). PKSIII explorer: TSVM approach for predicting Type III polyketide synthase proteins. Bioinformation; 6(3):125-127
    1. Asha S, Mallika V and EV Soniya "Identification of gene candidates in nitric oxide signalling pathways and their miRNA mediated regulation during Phytophthora capsici infection in black pepper (Outstanding Poster Award). 'International Conference on Legacy of Nitric Oxide Discovery: Impact on Disease Biology' held at Rajiv Gandhi Centre for Biotechnology, Thiruvananthapuram. November 5-6, 2013
    1. Aiswarya G, Lovely Jael P and EV Soniya "Role of nitric oxide in the acclimation of Type III Polyketide synthase gene in Zingiber officinale under wound stress". 'International Conference on Legacy of Nitric Oxide Discovery: Impact on Disease Biology' held at Rajiv Gandhi Centre for Biotechnology, Thiruvananthapuram. November 5-6, 2013.
    2. Mallika V, Resmi MS and EV Soniya presented a poster "Structure based analysis of Nonchalcone forming type III polyketide synthase proteins and docking studies of putative ligands" in the International Conference on Biomolecular Forms and Functions (ICBFF 2013), held at Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore, 8th January to 12th January 2013.
    3. Tara G Menon and EV Soniya presented a paper titled "Rhizophora apiculata Blume, a true mangrove as a potential reservoir of gene involved in salt stress tolerance" in 25th Kerala Science Congress held at Technopark, Thiruvananthapuram during January 29th-February 1st, 2013.
    4. Asha S and EV Soniya "The spatio-temporal expression variation of miR171 under different environmental stress and its potential application in stress tolerance in black pepper (Piper nigrum L.)", in the National Symposium on ‘Innovative Approaches and Modern Technologies for Crop Productivity, Food Safety and Environmental Sustainability’ held at Thrissur, Kerala during 19 - 20th , November 2012.
    5. Aiswarya G, Mallika V and EV Soniya presented a paper "In silico analysis and homology modelling of chalcone synthase, a key enzyme involved in the biosynthesis of flavanoids from Emblica officinalis Gaertn." in International Conference on Advances in Plant Sciences (ICAPS2012), held at Chiang Mai, Thailand during November 14-18th, 2012.
    6. Tara G Menon and E V Soniya "Identification and cloning of Cytochrome P450/(S)-N-methylcoclaurine 3′-hydroxylase in mangrove Rhizophora apiculata Blume and its role in salt stress adaptation" at International Conference On Advances In Plant Sciences (ICAPS) in Thailand held during 14-18 November 2012
    7. Aiswarya G and EV Soniya (Best paper award) titled "Type III polyketide synthase gene from Embica officinalis Gaertn with potential role in secondary metabolite synthesis" in the International seminar Botanica 2012 held at SN College, Chempazhanthy during 7th-8th September 2012.
    8. EV Soniya, Nisha Joy and Asha S "A significant increase of micro RNAs indicates its regulatory role during pathogen attack in black pepper". 77th Cold Spring Harbor symposium on quantitative biology. The Biology of Plants. May 30- June 4, 2012 at Cold Spring Harbour, New York.
    9. Mallika V, Aiswarya G, Sivakumar KC and EV Soniya presented a poster (best poster award) “Structural analysis of chalcone synthase proteins from selected members of Zingiberaceae: An in silico approach” in the International conferences on Advances in Biological Sciences (ICABS 2012), held at Kannur, Kerala during March 15-17, 2012.
    1. Soniya. E. V., Manoj. P and Elango E. 2002.Partial sequence of HBV surface antigen from an Indian (Kerala) isolate. Accession no. AY090778.
    2. Radhakrishnan,E.K., Seetha,K. and Soniya. E. V.2003. Partial sequence of beta-actin from Zingiber officinale cDNA. Accession no. AY307163.
    3. Radhakrishnan,E.K. and Soniya. E. V.2003. Zingiber officinale Rosc. chalcone synthase mRNA, partial cds. Accession no. AY509195.
    4. Radhakrishnan,E.K. and Soniya. E. V. 2005. Zingiber officinale chalcone synthase mRNA, partial cds. Accession no. AY873969.
    5. Radhakrishnan,E.K. and Soniya. E. V. 2005. Zingiber officinale 4-coumarate:CoA ligase 1 mRNA, partial cds. Accession no. AY876936.
    6. Radhakrishnan,E.K. and Soniya. E. V. 2005. Alpinia galanga Chalcone synthase genomic DNA, partial sequence. Accession no. AY917131
    7. Radhakrishnan,E.K. and Soniya. E. V. 2006. Zingiber officinale calcium-dependent protein kinase mRNA, Partial cds. Accession no.DQ418480
    8. Radhakrishnan,E.K. and Soniya. E. V. 2006. Zingiber officinale phenylalanine ammonia lyase mRNA, partial cds. Accession no.DQ418481
    9. Radhakrishnan,E.K. and Soniya. E. V. 2006. Zingiber officinale geranylgeranyl diphosphate synthase mRNA, partial cds. Accession no.DQ418482
    10. Radhakrishnan,E.K. and Soniya. E. V. 2006. Zingiber officinale chloroplast chlorophyll a/b-binding protein mRNA, partial cds; nuclear gene for chloroplast product. Accession no.DQ418483
    11. Radhakrishnan,E.K. and Soniya. E. V. 2006. Zingiber officinale ATP synthase alpha chain mRNA, partial cds; chloroplast. Accession no. DQ418484
    12. Radhakrishnan,E.K. and Soniya. E. V. 2006. Zingiber officinale ribulose-1, 5- bisphosphate carboxylase/oxygenase small subunit mRNA, partial cds; chloroplast. Accession no.DQ418485
  • Team


    Dr. Nisha Joy, DST - WOS -A

    Elucidation of likely functions of tandem repeats in precursor sequences of miRNAs

    Microsatellites, also known as 'Simple Sequence Repeats' (SSRs) are short, tandem repeated DNA sequences occurring in both coding and non-coding regions of the genome. Till recently SSRs were considered as 'junk DNA' and were utilized as genetic markers. Later rapid accumulation of reports highlighting the direct effect during 'change in the number of SSR motifs in transcripts', brings the need for understanding the relevance of SSRs in non-coding genomic regions, especially in non-coding functional regulatory RNAs like the microRNAs (miRNAs). The biogenesis of miRNAs occur from primary miRNA transcripts known as 'pri-miRNAs' which will adopt a stem-loop secondary structure known as the ‘pre-miRNAs’, from which the mature functional 21-nucleotide duplex is excised by a RNase-III-type Dicer endonuclease. A study conducted across different species showed a conspicuous presence of SSRs in ‘pre-miRNA’ sequences. Previous studies in black pepper revealed that about 0.033% of the transcriptome constituted pre-miRNA candidates bearing SSRs. The existence of such repeats in 'pre-miRNAs' may have significant functions; perhaps affecting the biogenesis of miRNAs or their regulatory activity or any other unknown function that has to be untied. Hence, the current study aims to elucidate the possible functions of tandem repeat regions occurring in the hair-pin precursors of miRNAs

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    Dr. Nisha Joy, DST - WOS -A

    Elucidation of likely functions of tandem repeats in precursor sequences of miRNAs

    Microsatellites, also known as 'Simple Sequence Repeats' (SSRs) are short, tandem repeated DNA sequences occurring in both coding and non-coding regions of the genome. Till recently SSRs were considered as 'junk DNA' and were utilized as genetic markers. Later rapid accumulation of reports highlighting the direct effect during 'change in the number of SSR motifs in transcripts', brings the need for understanding the relevance of SSRs in non-coding genomic regions, especially in non-coding functional regulatory RNAs like the microRNAs (miRNAs). The biogenesis of miRNAs occur from primary miRNA transcripts known as 'pri-miRNAs' which will adopt a stem-loop secondary structure known as the 'pre-miRNAs', from which the mature functional 21-nucleotide duplex is excised by a RNase-III-type Dicer endonuclease. A study conducted across different species showed a conspicuous presence of SSRs in 'pre-miRNA' sequences. Previous studies in black pepper revealed that about 0.033% of the transcriptome constituted pre-miRNA candidates bearing SSRs. The existence of such repeats in 'pre-miRNAs' may have significant functions; perhaps affecting the biogenesis of miRNAs or their regulatory activity or any other unknown function that has to be untied. Hence, the current study aims to elucidate the possible functions of tandem repeat regions occurring in the hair-pin precursors of miRNAs

    Mallika V, PhD Student

    Structural characterization and bioinformatic analysis on selected members of Type III polyketide synthase family

    Polyketide synthases (PKSs) are family of multi-functional enzymes that produce a large class of secondary metabolites known as polyketides which possess pharmacologically important properties including antibiotic, antifungal, antitumor and immunosuppressive activities. Among the three different forms of PKSs (type I, II, and III), type III PKSs are structurally and mechanically distinct and can be easily distinguished by their physical composition. Type III PKSs are responsible for the synthesis of chalcone and stilbene, and chalcone synthases are reported to be the widely studied PKS. The Present study focuses on in silico analysis and computational structural biology aspects to elucidate the structural mechanism of type III PKSs from selected medicinal/spice plants. The objective also relies on molecular evolutionary approaches to explore the evolutionary mechanism behind the selected type III PKSs.

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    Mallika V, PhD Student

    Structural characterization and bioinformatic analysis on selected members of Type III polyketide synthase family

    Polyketide synthases (PKSs) are family of multi-functional enzymes that produce a large class of secondary metabolites known as polyketides which possess pharmacologically important properties including antibiotic, antifungal, antitumor and immunosuppressive activities. Among the three different forms of PKSs (type I, II, and III), type III PKSs are structurally and mechanically distinct and can be easily distinguished by their physical composition. Type III PKSs are responsible for the synthesis of chalcone and stilbene, and chalcone synthases are reported to be the widely studied PKS. The Present study focuses on in silico analysis and computational structural biology aspects to elucidate the structural mechanism of type III PKSs from selected medicinal/spice plants. The objective also relies on molecular evolutionary approaches to explore the evolutionary mechanism behind the selected type III PKSs.

    Aiswarya G, PhD Student

    Isolation and Functional Characterization of Type III Polyketide synthase (PKS) from Emblica officinalis

    Plants contain a variety of secondary metabolites that play an important role in plant physiology and in herbal medicine. Among the secondary metabolites, the phenyl propanoids comprise flavonoids, stilbenes, tannins, lignans and lignins. The magnificent diversity of phenyl propanoids, in principle is the result of efficient modification and amplification of a very limited set of core structure derived from shikimate pathway. The plasticity of these compounds from the pathway is achieved by a set of enzymes organized into superfamilies like oxygenases, ligases, oxidoreductases and polyketide synthase (PKS). Of which polyketide synthase super family posses a significant role in the biosynthesis of secondary metabolites. The objective of the study relies on understanding the molecular biology of the complex biosynthetic pathways; elucidation and identification of enzyme complexes mainly type III polyketide synthase from medicinal plants. Functional analysis of the corresponding gene in heterologous systems through cloning and PCR strategies will lead to new opportunities in improving plant resistance, increasing the levels of nutraceuticals and utilizing transgenic plants for production of pharmaceuticals.

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    Aiswarya G, PhD Student

    Isolation and Functional Characterization of Type III Polyketide synthase (PKS) from Emblica officinalis

    Plants contain a variety of secondary metabolites that play an important role in plant physiology and in herbal medicine. Among the secondary metabolites, the phenyl propanoids comprise flavonoids, stilbenes, tannins, lignans and lignins. The magnificent diversity of phenyl propanoids, in principle is the result of efficient modification and amplification of a very limited set of core structure derived from shikimate pathway. The plasticity of these compounds from the pathway is achieved by a set of enzymes organized into superfamilies like oxygenases, ligases, oxidoreductases and polyketide synthase (PKS). Of which polyketide synthase super family posses a significant role in the biosynthesis of secondary metabolites. The objective of the study relies on understanding the molecular biology of the complex biosynthetic pathways; elucidation and identification of enzyme complexes mainly type III polyketide synthase from medicinal plants. Functional analysis of the corresponding gene in heterologous systems through cloning and PCR strategies will lead to new opportunities in improving plant resistance, increasing the levels of nutraceuticals and utilizing transgenic plants for production of pharmaceuticals.

    Kattupalli Divya, PhD Student

    Functional analysis of stress induced microRNAs and their targets in Piper nigrum L

    Black pepper (Piper nigrum L.), a perennial climbing vine grown extensively for its berries, is used as spice and in medicine. It is known as the "King of Spices" due to its pungent quality. India is considered as one of the leading producers, consumers and exporters of black pepper in the world. The major constraint in the black pepper production is Phytophthora foot rot ('quick wilt') caused by filamentous oomycetes, Phytophthora capsici. It is considered as one of the most serious threats to the black pepper cultivation in India. Increasing evidences suggest that microRNAs may play an important role in plant response to biotic and abiotic stresses. In this study, we are looking to find out the role of the miRNAs and their targets that play a major role in the stress responses.

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    Kattupalli Divya, PhD Student

    Functional analysis of stress induced microRNAs and their targets in Piper nigrum L

    Black pepper (Piper nigrum L.), a perennial climbing vine grown extensively for its berries, is used as spice and in medicine. It is known as the "King of Spices" due to its pungent quality. India is considered as one of the leading producers, consumers and exporters of black pepper in the world. The major constraint in the black pepper production is Phytophthora foot rot ('quick wilt') caused by filamentous oomycetes, Phytophthora capsici. It is considered as one of the most serious threats to the black pepper cultivation in India. Increasing evidences suggest that microRNAs may play an important role in plant response to biotic and abiotic stresses. In this study, we are looking to find out the role of the miRNAs and their targets that play a major role in the stress responses.

    Sweda Sreekumar, PhD Student

    Exploration of key microRNAs controlling the synthesis of Bioactive compounds in Black pepper

    Black pepper, often referred to as "black gold", is used throughout the world for its unique flavour and a wide range of medicinal and biological activities. The medicinal significance of black pepper is attributed to the bioactive compounds produced via phenylpropanoid pathway especially the flavonoid polyphenolic antioxidants like piperine and related compounds. MicroRNAs are crucial for secondary metabolic pathways like phenylpropanoid pathway as they regulate the activity of key transcription factors and enzymes. They can be credibly employed for dissecting complex metabolic pathways effectively and rapidly. Detailed study of miRNAs helps in finding appropriate target genes for manipulation resulting in fostered levels of bioactive compounds. The major focus of the proposed study is to bring the research on bioactive compounds in black pepper like piperine to a highly exciting phase by exploring the role of microRNAs in regulating their production.

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    Sweda Sreekumar, PhD Student

    Exploration of key microRNAs controlling the synthesis of Bioactive compounds in Black pepper

    Black pepper, often referred to as "black gold", is used throughout the world for its unique flavour and a wide range of medicinal and biological activities. The medicinal significance of black pepper is attributed to the bioactive compounds produced via phenylpropanoid pathway especially the flavonoid polyphenolic antioxidants like piperine and related compounds. MicroRNAs are crucial for secondary metabolic pathways like phenylpropanoid pathway as they regulate the activity of key transcription factors and enzymes. They can be credibly employed for dissecting complex metabolic pathways effectively and rapidly. Detailed study of miRNAs helps in finding appropriate target genes for manipulation resulting in fostered levels of bioactive compounds. The major focus of the proposed study is to bring the research on bioactive compounds in black pepper like piperine to a highly exciting phase by exploring the role of microRNAs in regulating their production.

    Maimoonath Beevi Y.P, PhD Student

    Analysis of molecular communication between Piper nigrum L. and Phytophthora capsici in quick wilt disease.

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    Maimoonath Beevi Y.P, PhD Student

    Analysis of molecular communication between Piper nigrum L. and Phytophthora capsici in quick wilt disease.

    Aswathi.U, PhD Student

    A critical analysis of the role of small RNAs during different stress periods in Piper nigrum L.

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    Aswathi.U, PhD Student

    A critical analysis of the role of small RNAs during different stress periods in Piper nigrum <L.

    Sinsha Prakashan, Project Assistant

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    Sinsha Prakashan, Project Assistant

    Vijayalekshmi S.K ,Lab assistant

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    Vijayalekshmi S.K ,Lab assistant

    Kalapriya V.S ,Lab assistant

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    Kalapriya V.S ,Lab assistant

  • Alumni


    Dr. Radhakrishnan E.K

    Assistant Professor in Microbiology, School of Biosciences, M G University

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    radha

    Dr. Radhakrishnan E.K

    Assistant Professor in Microbiology, School of Biosciences, M G University

    Dr. Remakanthan A

    Assistant Professor at Department of Botany, SNGS College, Pattambi

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    rema

    Dr. Remakanthan A

    Assistant Professor at Department of Botany, SNGS College, Pattambi

    Dr. Gincy P Thottathil

    Post doctoral fellow, Centre for Chemical Biology, University Sains, Malaysia

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    jincy

    Dr. Gincy P Thottathil

    Post doctoral fellow, Centre for Chemical Biology, University Sains, Malaysia

    Dr. Asha Poorna

    DST-Woman Scientist Scheme, Tropical Botanical Garden and Research Institute

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    Dr. Asha Poorna

    DST-Woman Scientist Scheme, Tropical Botanical Garden and Research Institute

    Dr. Nisha Joy

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    Dr. Nisha Joy

    Dr. Sindhu C Unni

    Senior Program Officer, Kerala State Council for Science, Technology and Environment (KSCSTE)

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    Dr. Sindhu C Unni

    Senior Program Officer, Kerala State Council for Science, Technology and Environment (KSCSTE)

    Dr. Maju T.T

    Assistant Professor ,Government College , Pattambi

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    maju

    Dr. Maju T.T

    Assistant Professor ,Government College , Pattambi

    Dr. Asha S

    DST- IPR Woman Scientist

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    Dr. Asha S

    DST- IPR Woman Scientist

    Dr.Tara G Menon

    Research Associate, Department of computational Biology & Bioinformatics,University of Kerala

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    Dr.Tara G Menon

    Research Associate,Department of computational Biology & Bioinformatics,University of Kerala

    Lovely Jael P

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    Lovely Jael P