Dr. Sushama Chaphalkar

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Dr. Sushama Chaphalkar, Director.
Education M.Sc. Ph.D.
Email Id director@vsbt.res.in
Address Baramati,Tal:Baramati.Dist:solapur

Research

Lab Member

PUBLICATIONS

  • Trivikram Deshpande,SushamaChaphalkar.Molecular for vaccines development in tick (Vector) and from Tick pathogens for effective tick control at International conference on Host-Pathogen interaction, published by Nature India Publication 2014.
  • NandkumarKhaire,SandipSutariya,SushamaChaphalkar. Dictysteliumdiscoideum; a novertrbrate Host in analysis of Host pathogens interaction at International conference on Host-Pathogen interaction, published by Nature India Publication 2014.
  • Amit Gupta and Sushama R Chaphalkar.Flow cytometric analysis of immunoadjuvant activity of Emblicaofficinalis on human whole blood. World Journal of Pharmaceutical research 2015; 4(2): 1063- 1071.
  • Amit Gupta and Sushama R Chaphalkar. Flow cytometry based assay of formulation from Syzygiumcuminiin human whole blood and gylcosylated red blood cells. Journal of Pharma research 2015, 3 (12): 265 - 270.
  • Amit Gupta and Sushama R Chaphalkar. Impact of Rickettsia disease on immune system. International Journal of Current trends in Pharmaceutical research 2015, 3(2): 758 – 762.
  • Amit Gupta and Sushama R Chaphalkar. Inhibitory potential of aqueous extract of Ficusbengalensis on human peripheral blood mononuclear cells. Journal of Pharma research 2014; 3(11): 250 – 253.
  • Amit Gupta and Pallavi R Khamkarand, Sushama R Chaphalkar.Inhibition of nitric oxide production and proinflammatory cytokines by aqueous extract of Terminaliaarjuna in human peripheral blood mononuclear cells. International Journal of pharmaceutical and biological science archive 2014, 2 (8) 2014, 29-33.
  • Amit Gupta and Sushama R Chaphalkar. Immunorestorative and anti-inflammatory activity of leaf aqueous extract of Calotropis gigantean using flow cytometry.International Journal of drug discovery and life sciences 2014, 4(4): 761 – 765.
  • Amit Gupta and Sushama R Chaphalkar. Anti-inflammatory activity of aqueous extract of leaves of Prosopisspicigera. International Journal of Research inpharmacy and life sciences 2015, 3(1): 829 – 834
  • Amit Gupta and Pallavi R Khamkarand, Sushama R Chaphalkar. In vitro anti-inflammatory activities of root aqueous extract of Mesuaferreain human whole blood and peripheral blood mononuclear cells using flow cytometry. International Journal of pharmacy and life sciences 2014; 5(10): 3903 – 3909.
  • Amit Gupta, Ramesh B Jagtap and Sushama R Chaphalkar.Anti-viral activity of Azadirachtaindicaleavesagainst Newcastle disease virus: A study by in vitro and in vivo immunological approach. International Journal of Current trends in Pharmaceutical research 2014; 2(6): 494 - 501.
  • Amit Gupta and Pallavi R Khamkar and, Sushama R Chaphalkar. Immunomodulatory and anti-inflammatory activity of aqueous extract of leaf, stem and root of Ficusreligiosa on human whole blood and peripheral blood mononuclear cells. International Journal of Medicine and Pharmaceutical research 2014, 2(4): 732 - 739.
  • Amit Gupta and Pallavi R Khamkar and, Sushama R Chaphalkar. Anti-inflammatory activity of aqueous extract of Mimusopselengi on human whole blood and peripheral blood mononuclear cells. International Journal of Current trends in Pharmaceutical research 2014, 2(5): 638 – 645.
  • Amit Gupta and Pallavi R Khamkar and, Sushama R Chaphalkar. Review on medicinal plants to target and inhibit the epidermal growth factor receptor signaling in cancer and tissue repair therapy. International Journal of Advances in Pharmacy, Biology and chemistry 2014; 3(1): 210- 213.
  • Amit Gupta and Pallavi R Khamkar and, Sushama R Chaphalkar. Applications and uses of active ingredients from medicinal plants. Indian Journal of novel drug delivery 2014, 6(2): 106 – 111.
  • Amit Gupta and Pallavi R Khamkar and, Sushama R Chaphalkar. Symbiosis of toll like receptors and dendritic cells in vaccine development. World Journal of Pharmacy and Biotechnology 2014, 1(1): 01–04.

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