Hi, I am Maniramakrishnan Santhana Ramasamy, My LiveDNA is 91.344
 
   
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Dr. Maniramakrishnan Santhana Ramasamy
 
Highest Degree: Ph.D. in Biotechnology from Manonmaniam Sundaranar University, Tirunelveli, Tamil Nadu, India
 
Institute: PRIST University, Thanjavur, India
 
Area of Interest: Pharmacology and Toxicology
  •   Biotechnology
  •   Natural Products
  •   Pharmacology
  •   Neuropharmacology
 
URL: http://livedna.org/91.344
 
My SELECTED Publications
1:   Mandal, A.K., M.S. Ramasamy, V. Sabareesh, M.E. Openshaw, K.S. Krishnan and P. Balaram, 2007. Sequencing of T-superfamily conotoxins from Conus virgo: Pyroglutamic acid identification and disulfide arrangement by MALDI mass spectrometry. J. Am. Soc. Mass Spectrometry, 18: 1396-1404.
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2:   Murugan, A. and M.S. Ramasamy, 2002. Incidence of imposex in the muricid gastropod Chicoreus virgineus from Tuticorin, Southeast coast of India. J. Mar. Biol. Assoc. Ind., 45: 208-213.
3:   Murugan, A. and M.S. Ramasamy, 2003. Biofouling deterrent activity of the natural product from ascidian Distaplia nathensis. Ind. J. Mar. Sci., 32: 162-164.
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4:   Pannerselvam, V., M.S. Ramasamy, S. Murugesh and A. Murugan, 2008. Isolation and screening of surface associated bacteria for potential antibacterial activity from off tuticorin coast, Gulf of Mannar, South coast of India. Ann. Microbiol., 58: 605-609.
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5:   Rajasekaran, A., A. Murugan, P.R. Anand Vijay Kumar and M.S. Ramasamy, 2002. CNS depressant activity of the extract of the ascidian Distaplia nathensis. Proceedings of the National Seminar on Marine Biodiversity as a Source of Food and Medicine, Sept. 26–28, Suganthi Devadason marine research Institute, Tuticorin, Tamil Nadu, India, pp: 101-104.
6:   Ramasamy, M.S. and A. Murugan, 2002. Antifouling property and possible chemical defense strategies in the starfish Pentaceraster affinis from Tuticorin, South east coast of India. Proceedings of the National Seminar on Marine Biodiversity as a Source of Food and Medicine, Sept. 26–28, Suganthi Devadason marine research Institute, Tuticorin, Tamil Nadu, India, pp: 129-132.
7:   Ramasamy, M.S. and A. Murugan, 2002. Correlation between bacterial epibiosis and fouling deterrent activity of Distaplia nathensis and Polyclinum constellatum. Proceedings of the National Seminar on Marine Biodiversity as a Source of Food and Medicine, Sept. 26–28, Suganthi Devadason marine research Institute, Tuticorin, Tamil Nadu, India, pp: 165-167.
8:   Ramasamy, M.S. and A. Murugan, 2002. Imposex in muricid gastropod Thais biserialis from tuticorin harbour, Southeast coast of India. Ind. J. Mar. Sci., 31: 243-245.
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9:   Ramasamy, M.S. and A. Murugan, 2003. An investigation on the chemical antifouling defense in the marine algae Padina tetrastromatica hauck distributed in Tuticorin coast of Gulf of Mannar. Proceedings of the National Seminar on Reef Ecosystem Remediation, Sept. 24–26, Suganthi Devadason marine research Institute, Tuticorin, Tamil Nadu, India, pp: 168-172.
10:   Ramasamy, M.S. and A. Murugan, 2003. Chemical defense in ascidians Eudistoma viride and Didemnum psammathodes in Tuticorin, Southeast coast of India: Bacterial epibiosis and fouling deterrent activity. Ind. J. Mar. Sci., 32: 337-339.
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11:   Ramasamy, M.S. and A. Murugan, 2003. Potential antibacterial activity of the chemically defended egg mass of the muricid gastropod Chicoreus ramosus. Proceedings of the National Seminar on Reef Ecosystem Remediation, Sept. 24–26, Suganthi Devadason marine research Institute, Tuticorin, Tamil Nadu, India, pp: 173-177.
12:   Ramasamy, M.S. and A. Murugan, 2005. Potential antimicrofouling activity of marine molluscs from Tuticorin coast, South East of India against 40 biofilm bacteria. J. Shell fish Res., 24: 243-251.
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13:   Ramasamy, M.S. and A. Murugan, 2006. Antifouling activity of neritid gastropod extracts nerita albicilla and n.oryzarum from tuticorin coast, gulf of mannar, South East coast of India. Proceedings of the International Conference on Recent Advances in Marine Antifouling Technology, Nov. 68, National Institute of Ocean Technology, Chennai, Tamil nadu, India, pp: 91-101.
14:   Ramasamy, M.S. and A. Murugan, 2007. Fouling deterrent chemical defense in three muricid gastropod egg masses from South East coast of India. Biofouling, 23: 259-265.
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15:   Ramasamy, M.S. and S.S. Kumar, 2009. Anti inflammatory, antinociceptive and central nervous system depressant activities of marine bacterial extracts. J. Pharmaco. Toxicol., 4: 152-159.
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