Dr. Rajesh  Pandiyan

Dr. Rajesh Pandiyan

Assistant Professor
Karpagam University, India


Highest Degree
Ph.D. in Microbiology from Bharathidasan University, India

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Biography

Dr. Rajesh Pandiyan obtained his Ph.D. in Biochemistry from Bharathidasan University, India in 2013. His area of interest related to Microbiology (Anti-microbial Activity and Microbial Disease Control), Pharmacology (Anti-inflammatory, Anti-arthritic, Anti-ulcer, Anti-diabetic, Anti-cancer, Wound Healing Activity, Hepatoprotective and Alcoholic Liver Disease), Biochemistry (Histological Sectioning and Biochemical Analysis), Phytochemistry (Isolation and Characterization), Pharmacognosy (Plant Standardization - Monograph Preparation), Toxicology (Toxicity Assessment of Herbal and Synthetic Products), and Molecular Analysis (Identify the Disease Modification). He was received Young Scientist awards competition attended, Awards and honors received for poster presentation, and Awards and honors received for oral presentation. He also gives 37 poster presentations in national and international conferences, and 9 oral presentations in national conferences. He has published (22) articles in national and international journals, (3) communications, and (3) book chapters contributed as author/co-author. He is also Editor Chief and Associate Editor in international journals. He is also serving as reviewer of several international journals. He is professional member of American Organization for Journal Publications, American Chemical Society (for Journals and Careers), and Springer (for Journal Publications).

Area of Interest:

Pharmacology and Toxicology
100%
Pharmacognosy
62%
Biochemistry
90%
Microbiology
75%
Cancer Biology
55%

Education

2013

Ph.D.

Bharathidasan University, India

Microbiology

Selected Publications

  1. Pandiyan, R., S. Mahalingam and Y.H. Ahn, 2019. Antibacterial and photocatalytic activity of hydrothermally synthesized SnO2 doped GO and CNT under visible light irradiation. J. Photochem. Photobiol. B: Biol., 191: 18-25.
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  2. Ayyaru, S., R. Pandiyan and Y.H. Ahn, 2019. Fabrication and characterization of anti-fouling and non-toxic polyvinylidene fluoride-sulphonated carbon nanotube ultrafiltration membranes for membrane bioreactors applications. Chem. Eng. Res. Des., 142: 176-188.
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  3. Pandiyan, R., S. Ayyaru and Y.H. Ahn, 2018. Non-toxic properties of TiO2 and STiO2 nanocomposite PES ultrafiltration membranes for application in membrane-based environmental biotechnology. Ecotoxicol. Environ. Saf., 158: 248-255.
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  4. Krishnan, N., B. Velramar, R. Pandiyan and R.K. Velu, 2018. Anti-pseudomonal and anti-endotoxic effects of surfactin-stabilized biogenic silver nanocubes ameliorated wound repair in streptozotocin-induced diabetic mice. Artif. Cells Nanomed. Biotechnol., 46: 488-499.
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  5. Krishnan, N., B. Velramar, B. Ramatchandirin, G.C. Abraham, N. Duraisamy, R. Pandiyan and R.K. Velu, 2018. Effect of biogenic silver nanocubes on matrix metalloproteinases 2 and 9 expressions in hyperglycemic skin injury and its impact in early wound healing in streptozotocin-induced diabetic mice. Mater. Sci. Eng.: C, 91: 146-152.
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  6. Naidu, P.B., V.S. Uddandrao, R.R. Naik, S. Pothani and P.K. Munipally et al., 2016. Effects of S-allylcysteine on biomarkers of the polyol pathway in rats with type 2 diabetes. Can. J. Diabet., 40: 442-448.
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  7. Naidu, P.B., V.S. Uddandrao, R.R. Naik, P. Suresh and B. Meriga et al., 2016. Ameliorative potential of gingerol: Promising modulation of inflammatory factors and lipid marker enzymes expressions in HFD induced obesity in rats. Mol. Cell. Endocrinol., 419: 139-147.
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  8. Balasubramanian, V., R. Rajaram and P. Rajesh, 2016. Antifouling potentials of mangrove Rhizophora apiculata against Vibrio alginolyticus strainVBM-01. Indian J. Geo- Mar. Sci., 43: 1654-1661.

  9. Rajesh, P., S. Chandru and V.R. Kannan, 2015. Capparis Genus (Capers)-A Critical Review on Bio-active Phytochemicals as Phytomedicine and its Pharmacology. In: Bioactive Phytochemicals: Perspectives for Modern Medicine-Volume 3, Gupta, V.K. (Ed.). Daya Publishing House, New Delhi, ISBN: 9789351246749, pp: 17-92.

  10. Nivas, D., N. Ramesh, V. Krishnakumar, P. Rajesh, E.K. Solomon and V.R. Kannan, 2015. Distribution, isolation and characterization of lytic bacteriophages against multi-drug resistant and extended-spectrum of &Βeta;-lactamase producing pathogens from hospital effluents. Asian J. Pharm. Clin. Res., 8: 384-389.
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  11. Balasubramanian, V., P. Rajesh, R. Rajaram and V.R. Kannan, 2015. A Review on Rhizophora Genus: Therapeutically Important Perspective Phytochemical Constituents. In: Bioactive Phytochemicals: Perspectives for Modern Medicine-Volume 3, Gupta, V.K. (Ed.). Daya Publishing House, New Delhi, ISBN: 9789351246749, pp: 211-234.

  12. Chandru, S., A.J. Hephzibah, P. Rajesh and V.R. Kannan, 2013. Screening, Evaluation of Vibriocidal Activity and Characterization of Bioactive Substance from Marine Cyanobacteria. Afr. J. Microbiol. Res., 7: 1681-1687.
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  13. Rajesh, P., V.R. Kannan, S. Latha and P. Selvamani, 2012. Phytochemical and Pharmacological Profile of Plants Belonging to Strychnos Genus-A Review. In: Bioactive Phytochemicals: Perspectives for Modern Medicine-Volume 1, Gupta, V.K. (Ed.). Daya Publishing House, New Delhi, ISBN-13: 978-8170359647, pp: 277-329.

  14. Kannan, V.R., T. Karpagavalli, P. Rajesh and E.K. Solomon, 2012. Phytochemical and Antibacterial Patterns in Traditional Health Care Plants of Cynodon dactylon (L.) pers. and Azadirachta indica A. Juss. Int. J. Medicobiological Res., 1: 328-332.
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  15. Kannan, V.R., G.S. Rajasekar, P. Rajesh, V. Balasubramanian and N. Ramesh et al., 2012. Anti-diabetic activity on ethanolic extracts of fruits of Terminalia chebula retz. alloxan induced diabetic rats. Am. J. Drug Discov. Dev., 2: 135-142.
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  16. Kannan, V.R., C.S. Sumathi, V. Balasubramanian, N. Ramesh and P. Rajesh, 2012. Exploration of Defense Mechanisms on Endophytic Microbial Isolates from Selected Traditional Medicinal Plants. Int. J. Medicobiological Res., 1: 315-320.
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  17. Kannan, V.R., S. Suganya, E.K. Solomon, V. Balasubramanian, N. Ramesh and P. Rajesh, 2011. Analysis of interaction between arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi and their helper bacteria by Milpa model. Res. Plant Biol., 1: 48-62.

  18. Kannan, V.R., M. Mathan, P. Rajesh, C.S. Sumathi, V. Balasubramanian, N. Ramesh and E.K. Solomon, 2011. Phytochemical screening and anti-diabetic efficacy in fruit extracts of Momordica charantia L. by using alloxan induced wistar albino diabetic rats. J. Pharm. Res. Clin. Pract., 1: 88-93.

  19. Kalimuthu, S., S. Latha, P. Selvamani, P. Rajesh, B. Balamurugan and T.M. Chandrasekar, 2011. Isolation, characterization and antibacterial evaluation on long chain fatty acids from Limnophila polystachya Benth. Asian J. Chem., 23: 791-794.

  20. Thambidurai, M., P. Rajesh, B. Balamurugan and V.R. Kannan, 2010. In-vitro anti-oxidant and anti-microbial study on Cassia auriculata Linn. Int. J. Pharma Biosci., 1: 1-7.

  21. Rajesh, P., V.R. Kannan and M. Thambidurai, 2010. Anti-cancer activity on Stevia rebaudiana Bertoni. using Swiss albino mice in erlisch acsites induced carcinoma. J. Curr. Biotica, 3: 549-554.

  22. Rajesh, P., V. Balasubramaniam, N. Ramesh and V.R. Kannan, 2010. A biochemical approach on Curcuma longa Linn. (Turmeric) against alcoholic liver diseases by using swiss albino mice and SDS-PAGE analysis. Int. J. Med. Res., 1: 6-17.

  23. Rajesh, P., S. Latha, P. Selvamani, A. Saraswathy and V.R. Kannan, 2010. Capparis sepiaria Linn. Pharmacognostical standardardization and toxicity profile with chemical compounds identification. Int. J. Phytomed., 2: 71-79.
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  24. Rajesh, P., S. Latha, P. Selvamani and V.R. Kannan, 2010. Capparis sepiaria Linn. pharmacognostical standardization and toxicity profile with chemical compounds identification. Int. J. Phytomedicine, 2: 71-79.
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  25. Rajesh, P., P. Selvamani, S. Latha and V.R. Kannan, 2010. A phytochemical and toxicoloigical studies on Capparis sepiaria Linn. J. Basic Clin. Pharm., 1: 41-46.

  26. Mahalakshmi, R., P. Rajesh, N. Ramesh, V. Balasubramanian and V.R. Kannan, 2010. Ibuprofen induced hepatotoxicity effect on Vitex negundo Linn. by using wistar albino rats. Int. J. Pharmacol., 6: 658-663.

  27. Latha, S., P. Selvamani, P. Rajesh, T.K. Pal, J.K. Gupta, L.K. Ghosh and D.J. Sen, 2010. Formulation and wound healing activity of seed extract of Annona reticulata. J. Indian Drugs, 47: 48-51.

  28. Kalimuthu, S., P. Rajesh, V.R. Kannan, B. Balamurugan and T.M. Chandrasekar, 2010. Antiulcer activity of methanolic extract of Acalypha indica Linn. (Euphorbiaceae) by pylorous ligture and Swim stress induced ulceration. J. Pharm. Res., 11: 2779-2783.

  29. Balamurugan, B., P. Rajesh, P. Selvamani and S. Latha, 2010. Hepatoprotective activity on Commiphora species and its poly-herbal capsule formulation. Int. J. Biol. Med. Res., 1: 30-35.
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  30. Rajesh, P., S. Latha, P. Selvamani, A. Saraswathy and V.R. Kannan, 2009. Role of Strychnos bicirohssa Benth. in Anti-inflammatory activity in experimental model by using wistar rats. J. Curr. Biotica., 3: 171-181.

  31. Rajesh, P., S. Latha, P. Selvamani, A. Saraswathy and V.R. Kannan, 2009. Role of Celosia polygonoids Juss. in the experimental model of inflammation in Wistar rats. J. Phytol., 1: 185-192.
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  32. Rajesh, P., S. Latha, P. Selvamani, A. Saraswathy and V.R. Kannan, 2009. Anti-inflammatory activity of crude ethanolic extract of Capparis sepiaria Linn. by using Wistar strain rats. Electr. J. Pharmacol. Therapy, 2: 45-50.

  33. Rajesh, P., S. Latha, P. Selvamani, A. Saraswathy and V.R. Kannan, 2009. Anti-inflammatory activity of crude ethanolic extract of Commiphora caudate (Wight and Arn) Engl. with its chemistry. Proceedings of the International Symposium on Emerging Trends in Biomedical and Nanobiotechnology: Relevance to Human Health, December 19-21, 2009, Department of Biotechnology and Nanotechnology, Acharya Nagarjuna University, Andra Pradesh, India -.

  34. Rajesh, P., P. Selvamani, S. Latha, A. Saraswathy and V.R. Kannan, 2009. A review on chemical and medicobiological applications of capparidaceae family. J. Pharm. Rev., 3: 378-387.
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  35. Pandiyan, R., R.K. Velu, S.K. Chandrasekaran and P. Bashiyam, 2009. Effect on extracts of Stevia rebaudiana bertoni. in ethanol induced gastric ulcer by using Wistar rats. J. Recent Res. Sci. Technol., 1: 127-130.
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  36. Pandiyan, R., L. Subbiah, S. Palanisamy, S. Ariyamuthu, T. Muthusamy and R.K. Velu, 2009. A wide array on anti-inflammatory study in an ethanolic extract of Pupalia lappaceae Juss. (Amaranthaceae) by using Wistar rats. Applied Applied Sci. Res., 1: 150-158.