Dr. Ramesh  Londonkar

Dr. Ramesh Londonkar

Professor
Gulbarga University, India


Highest Degree
Ph.D. in Biotechnology from Gulbarga University, India

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Biography

Dr. Ramesh Londonkar is currently working as Professor in Department of Biotechnology Gulbarga University Gulbarga India. He obtained his Ph.D. in Biotechnology from same University. He was awarded UGC Common wealth Academic Staff Fellowship 2004, to visit United Kingdom for three months, awarded DBT-CREST Fellowship 2011 to Visit United States of America for Six months, awarded ICMR Senior Research Fellowship, awarded Gulbarga University Student Fellowship, and awarded Man of the Year 2002 Award from American Biographical Society. He has published 51 Research papers in various National and International reputed Journals and 7 books contributed as author/co-author. He also attended 2 international symposium and 21 National Conference, Seminar and workshops. He supervised 7 M.Phil, 5 PhD students, 8 PhD currently in his supervision. He also delivered 39 invited lectures. He is life member of Indian Society for Comparative Animal Physiology (ISCAP), Indian Society for the study of Reproduction and Fertility (ISSRF), Ethological Society of India (ESI), Indian Science of Congress, Red Cross society of India, GUPTA, Advanced Pharmaceutical Screening Interest Group, Advisory Committee of HKDB, Gulbarga University Advisory Committee, HKDB Advisory Committee, and society for Advancement in Biological Sciences, Bangalore. He is also serving as reviewer for scientific journals.

Area of Interest:

Pharmacology and Toxicology
100%
Phytochemical
62%
Pharmaceutical Biotechnology
90%
Bioinformatics
75%
Toxicology
55%

Education

2000

Ph.D.

Gulbarga University, India

Biotechnology

Selected Publications

  1. Nayaka, H.B. and R.L. Londonkar, 2015. Phytochemical screening and potential in vitro anti-bacterial activity of Aegle marmelos leaf extract against gram negative pathogenic bacteria. Int. J. Pharmaceut. Clin. Res., 7: 64-67.
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  2. Waghmare, T.E. and R.L. Londonkar, 2014. Study of physicochemical and hematological effects of Bheema river water on Albino rat (Rattus norvegicus). IOSR J. Environ. Sci. Toxicol. Food Technol., 8: 35-39.
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  3. Umesh, M.K., C.B. Sanjeevkumar,, H.B. Nayaka and R. Londonkar, 2014. Evaluation of in vitro anti-thrombolytic activity and cytotoxicity potential of Typha angustifolia L. leaves extracts. Int. J. Pharm. Pharmaceut. Sci., 6: 81-85.
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  4. Shivasharanappa, K. and R. Londonkar, 2014. Protective and therapeutic effects of the Indian medicinal plant Ficus glomerata in CCL4-induced liver damage. World J. Pharmaceut. Res., 3: 2016-2116.

  5. Shivasharanappa, K. and R. Londonkar, 2014. Isolation, purification and spectral characterization of flavonoid from fruits of Ficus glomerata. World J. Pharmaceut. Res., 3: 2168-2177.

  6. Shivasharanappa, K. and R. Londonkar, 2014. Evaluation of total phenolic content and free radical scavenging activity of Ficus glomerata Roxb. Int. J. Pharma. Clin. Res., 6: 133-137.
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  7. Shivasharanappa, K. and R. Londonkar, 2014. Clot lysis and antimitotic study of Ficus glomerata Roxb fruit extracts. ISRN Pharmacol. 10.1155/2014/975303.
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  8. Nayaka, H.B., R.L. Londonkar, M.K. Umesh and A. Tukappa, 2014. antibacterial attributes of apigenin, isolated from Portulaca oleracea L. Int. J. Bacteriol. 10.1155/2014/175851.
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  9. Nayak, H.B., R.L. Londonkar and M.K. Umesh, 2014. Evaluation of potential antifertility activity of total flavonoids, isolated from Portulaca oleracea L. on female albino rats. Int. J. PharmTech Res., 6: 783-793.
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  10. Nayak, H.B., R.L. Londonkar and M.K. Umesh, 2014. Evaluation of Portulaca oleracea L for anti-fertility effect in female albino rats. Int. J. Pharm. Pharmaceut. Sci., 6: 86-89.
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  11. Jayashree, V.H. and R. Londonkar, 2014. Comparative phytochemical studies and antimicrobial potential of fruit extracts of Feronia limonia Linn. Int. J. Pharm. Pharmaceut. Sci., 6: 731-734.
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  12. Jayashree, V.H and R. Londonkar, 2014. Evaluation of anti-inflammatory activity and toxicity of Feronia limonia L in acute inflammatory model in rats. Int. J. Pharmaceut. Sci. Rev. Res., 25: 303-306.

  13. Hanchinalmath, J.V. and R. Londonkar, 2014. Isolation and identification of a flavone from fruit pulp of Feronia limonia. Int. J. Curr. Pharmaceut. Res., 6: 28-31.
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  14. Hanchinalmath, J.V. and R. Londonkar, 2014. Cytotoxic and apoptosis-inducing effect of luteolin isolated from Feronia limonia on HEPG2 cells. Biolife, 2: 1287-1292.
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  15. Hanchinalmath, J.V. and R. Londonkar, 2014. Anti hepatotoxicity studies of crude extract of Feronia limonia in CCL4 induced toxicity. World J. Pharm. Pharmaceut. Sci., 3: 1536-1546.
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  16. Hanchinalmath, J.V. and R. Londonkar, 2014. In-vitro antioxidant activity of Feronia limonia in rat testicular homogenate. Int. J. Pharmaceut. Sci. Rev. Res., 27: 168-171.
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  17. Hanchinalmath, J.V. and R. Londonkar, 2014. In vitro antioxidant activities of Feronia limonia Linn. Indo Am. J. Pharmaceut. Res., 4: 2937-2942.
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  18. Asha Tukappa, N.K., R.L. Londonkar and C.B. Sanjeev Kumar, 2014. Standardization of extraction process for Rumex vesicarius L. Int. J. Scient. Eng. Res., 5: 1061-1064.
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  19. Tukappa, A. and R.L. Londonkar, 2013. Evaluation of antibacterial and antioxidant activities of different methanol extract of Rumex vesicarius L. Am. J. Drug Discov. Dev., 3: 72-83.
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  20. Shivasharnappa, K., M.K. Umesh and R. Londonkar, 2013. Phytochemical screening and antimicrobial activities of Ficus glomerata Roxb fruit extracts. Int. J. Pharm. Pharm. Sci., 5: 372-375.
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  21. Londonkar, R.L., U.M. Kattegouda, K. Shivsharanappa and J.V. Hanchinalmath, 2013. Phytochemical screening and in vitro antimicrobial activity of Typha angustifolia Linn leaves extract against pathogenic gram negative micro organisms. J. Pharm. Res., 6: 280-283.
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  22. Londonkar, R.L. and H.B. Nayaka, 2013. Effect of ethanol extract of Portulaca oleracea L on ovulation and estrous cycle in female albino rats. J. Pharm. Res., 6: 431-436.
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  23. Londonkar, R. and N.K.A. Tukappa, 2013. Pharmacognostical evaluation and comparative phytochemical screening of Rumex vesicarius L. Int. J. Phytomed., 5: 146-153.
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  24. Londonkar, R.L., V.C. Reddy and A. Kamble, 2012. Effect of methanolic extract of Achyranthes aspera on allergy induced by potassium dichromate. Recent Res. Sci. Technol., 4: 49-51.
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  25. Londonkar, R.L. and H.B. Nayak, 2012. Anti-bacterial activity of total flavonoids of Portulaca oleracea L. Int. J. Phytomed., 4: 254-260.
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  26. Londonkar, R. and A. Kamble, 2012. Bioactive compound isolated from Pandanus odoratissimus Linn. J. Pharm. Res., 5: 3709-3713.
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  27. Londonkar, R. and A. Kamble, 2012. Anticarcinogenic activity of the methanolic extracts of Pandanus odoratissimus. J. Pharm. Res., 5: 3719-3721.
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  28. Londonkar, R.L. and H.B. Nayaka, 2011. Evaluation of anti implantation and abortificient properties of Portulaca oleracea L. in albino rats. Int. J. Pharma Bio Sci., 2: 501-508.
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  29. Londonkar, R., V.C. Reddy and K.A. Kumar, 2011. Potential antibacterial and antifungal activity of Achyranthes aspera L. Recent Res. Sci. Technol., 3: 53-57.
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  30. Londonkar, R. and H.B. Nayaka, 2011. Phytochemical and antimicrobial activities of Portulaca oleracea L. J. Pharm. Res., 4: 3553-3555.
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  31. Londonkar, R. and A. Kamble, 2011. Hepatotoxic and invivo antioxidant potential of Pandanus odoratissimus against carbon tetrachloride induced liver injury in rats. Oriental Pharm. Exp. Med., 11: 229-234.
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  32. Londonkar, R.L., A. Kamble and C. Reddy, 2010. Anti-inflammatory activity from plant extract of Pandanus odoratissimus. Int. J. Pharmacol., 6: 311-314.

  33. Londonkar, R. and R.K. Ranirukmini, 2010. Antiulcerogenic study of different extracts of Butea frondosa Roxb in albino mice. J. Pharmacog., 1: 6-9.
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  34. Londonkar, R. and R.K. Ranirukmini, 2010. Antimicrobial activity of Butea frondosa Roxb. J. Pharmacog., 1: 1-5.
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  35. Hatti, S.S., R.L. Londonkar, S.B. Patil, A.K. Gangawane and C.S. Patil, 2010. Effect of Perionyx excavates vermiwash on the growth of plants. J. Crop Sci., 1: 1-5.
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  36. Hatti, S.S., R.L. Londonkar, S.B. Patil, A.K. Gangawane and C.S. Patil, 2010. Effect of Eisenia fetida vermin wash on the growth of plants. J. Crop Sci., 1: 6-10.

  37. Londonkar, R.L., J.P. Sharangouda and S.B. Patil, 2009. Analysis of antifertility activity and phytochemical studies of Pergularia daemia leaves in male albino rats. Natl. Prod.: Indian J., 5: 49-55.
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  38. Londonkar, R.L. and P. Poddar, 2009. Studies on activity of various extracts of Mentha arvensis Linn against drug induced gastric ulcer in mammals. World J. Gastrointestinal Oncol., 1: 82-88.
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  39. Londonkar, R.L. J.P. Sharangouda and S.B. Patil, 2009. Phytochemical and contraceptive property of Sida acuta Burm Fi. Ind. in albio rats. Int. J. Pharmatech Res., 1: 1260-1266.
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  40. Londonkar, R. and A. Kamble, 2009. Evaluation of free radical scavenging activity of Pandanus odoratissimus. Int. J. Pharmacol., 5: 377-380.
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  41. Giri, S., H. Hanumanagoud, R. Londonkar and K.M. Basawaraj, 2009. Synthesis and antimicrobial evaluation of 3-methoxy-5-nitro-2-(1,3,4-oxadiazolyl, 1,3,4-thiadiazolyl and 1,2,4-triazolyl) benzofurans. Indian J. Heterocyclic Chem., 19: 167-170.
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  42. Londonkar, R.L., J.P. Sharangouda and S.B. Patil, 2008. Morphine induced inhibition of the activities of accessory reproductive ducts in male rats. Oriental Pharmacy Exp. Med., 8: 67-72.
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  43. Londonkar, R.L., A. Sonar, S. Patil and S.B. Patil, 2000. Nicotine delays puberty in male rat. Pharm. Biol., 38: 291-297.
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  44. Sonar, A., R.L. Londonkar and S.B. Patil, 1998. Role of Non pituitary gonadotrophins on reproductive activities in female lizard calotes. Philipp. J. Sci., 127: 133-138.

  45. Reddy, S., R. Londonkar, Ravindra, S. Reddy and S.B. Patil, 1998. Testicular changes due to graded doses of nicotine in albino mice. Indian J. Physiol. Pharmacol., 42: 276-280.
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  46. Patil, S.R., Ravindra, S.R. Patil, R. Londonkar and S.B. Patil, 1998. Nicotine induced ovarian and uterine changes in albino mice. Indian J. Physiol. Pharmacol., 42: 503-508.
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  47. Patil, S., S.R. Patil, R.L. Londonkar and S.B. Patil, 1998. Effect of pethidine on spermatogenesis in albino rats. Indian J. Pharmacol., 30: 249-253.
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  48. Londonkar, R.L., P. Srinivasreddy, P. Somanathreddy and S.B. Patil, 1998. Nicotine induced inhibition of the activities of accessory reproductive ducts in male rats. J. Ethnopharmacol., 60: 215-221.
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  49. Hiremath, S.P., S. Badami, H.K.S. Swamy, S.B. Patil and R.L. Londonkar, 1997. Antiandrogenic effect of Striga orobanchioides. J. Ethnopharmacol., 56: 55-60.
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  50. Hiremath, S.P., H.S. Swamy, S.M. Badami, S.B. Patil and R.L. Londonkar, 1996. Postcoital antifertility activity of the plant Striga densiflora (Scrophulariaceae) on female albino rats. Pharm. Biol., 34: 48-52.
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  51. Hiremath, S.P., S. Badami, H.K.S. Swamy, S.B. Patil and R.L. Londonkar, 1994. Antifertility activity of Striga orobanchioides. Biol. Pharmaceut. Bull., 17: 1029-1031.
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  52. Patil, S.R., A. Sonar, R. Londonkar, S.R. Patil and S.B. Patil, 1988. Efficacy of exogenous gonadotropins on the maintenance of spermatogenesis in pethidine treated albino rats. Indian J. Physiol. Pharmacol., 42: 509-514.
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