Prof. Dr. Neelam  Verma
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Prof. Dr. Neelam Verma

Professor
Punjabi University, India


Highest Degree
Ph.D. in Environmental Pollution from Punjabi University, India

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Area of Interest:

Biomedical Sciences
100%
Environmental Biotechnology
62%
Medical Biotechnology
90%
Molecular Modeling
75%
Biosensor
55%

Research Publications in Numbers

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Selected Publications

  1. Verma, N., A.K. Singh and N. Saini 2017. Synthesis and characterization of ZnS quantum dots and application for development of arginine biosensor. Sens. Biosens. Res., 15: 41-45.
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  2. Verma, N. and R. Sharma, 2017. Bioremediation of toxic heavy metals: A patent review. Recent Pat. Biotechnol., 11: 171-187.
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  3. Sharma, R., J. Singh and N. Verma, 2017. Biosurfactant Production and Biodesulphurization: Integrated Approach for Fuel Processing. Adv. Biotech. Micro, .
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  4. Verma, N., R. Sharma and S. Kumar, 2016. Advancement towards microfluidic approach to develop economical disposable optical biosensor for lead detection. Austin J. Biosens. Bioelectron., .
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  5. Verma, N., R. Sharma and R. Kaur, 2016. Microbial desulphurizationa study of dibenzothiophene and crude oil by a soil isolate. Int. J. Sci. Res. Methodol., 4: 133-145.
  6. Verma, N., N. Kaur and A.K. Singh, 2016. Study of rs699 SNP of hypertensive patients with gold surface immobilized molecular beacon biosensor. Int. J. Recent Sci. Res., 7: 10276-10281.
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  7. Verma, N. and G. Kaur, 2016. Zinc finger peptide based optic sensor for detection of zinc ions. Biosens. Bioelectron., 86: 466-477.
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  8. Singh, K., Monika and N, Verma, 2016. AIDBD: Autoimmune and inflammatory diseases biomarkers databases. J. Protein Proteomics, 7: 213-220.
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  9. Kumar, S., N. Verma and A.K. Singh, 2016. Development of cadmium specific recombinant biosensor and its application in milk samples. Sens. Actuators B, 240: 248-254.
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  10. Garcha, S., N. Verma and S.K. Brar, 2016. Isolation, characterization and identification of microorganisms from unorganized dairy sector wastewater and sludge samples and evaluation oftheir biodegradability. Water Res. Ind., 16: 19-28.
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  11. Verma, N., A.K. Singh and P. Kaur, 2015. Biosensor based on ion selective electrode for the detection of L-arginine in fruit juices. J. Anal. Chem., 70: 1111-1115.
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  12. Verma, N. and A. Bhardwaj, 2015. Biosensor technology for pesticides-a review. Applied Biochem. Biotechnol., 175: 3093-3119.
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  13. Kaur, G. and N. Verma, 2015. Nature curing cancer – review on structural modification studies with natural active compounds having anti-tumor efficiency. Biotechol. Rep., 6: 64-78.
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  14. Kaur, G. and N. Verma, 2015. Fragment based drug discovery-cancer perspective. J. Sci. Res. Pharm., 4: 37-43.
  15. Hardeep K. and N. Verma, 2015. High throughput optical biosensor for monitoring Pb(II) ions in milk through fluorescence based microarray approach. J. Biosens. Bioelectron., .
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  16. Verma, N., J. Saini, S. Virk and M. Kataria 2014. Microbial production and optimization of media for organophosphate hydrolase. Pharm. Innovation J., 3: 71-76.
  17. Singh, K., Monika and N. Verma, 2014. Gastrointestinal and cardiovascular risk of non-steroidal anti-inflametory drugs (NSAIDs): time to translate knowledge into practice. Res. J. Pharma. Technol., 7: 575-580.
  18. Singh, K., Monika and N. Verma, 2014. 3-Dimentional QSAR and molecular docking studies of a series of indole analogues as inhibitors of human non- pancreatic secretory phospholipase A2. Int. J. Res. Med. Sci., 2: 995-1002.
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  19. Singh, K., Monika and N. Verma 2014. 3-Dimentional QSAR and molecular docking studies of tetrasubsituted pyrazole derivatives as inhibitors of cyclooxiginase-2. Int. J. Res. Med. Sci., 2: 612-619.
  20. Singh, A.K. and N. Verma, 2014. Quartz Crystal Microbalance based approach for food quality. Curr. Biotechnol., 2: 127-132.
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  21. Kaur, H., S. Kumar and N. Verma, 2014. Enzyme-based colorimetric and potentiometric biosensor for detecting Pb (II) Ions in milk. Braz. Arch. Biol. Technol., 57: 613-619.
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  22. Garcha, S., N. Verma and S.K. Brar 2014. Comparative study on pollution potential of dairy wastewater generated by organized and unorganized sector. Asian J. Microbiol. Biotech. Environ. Sci., 16: 1051-1056.
  23. Verma, N., N.A. Singh, N. Kumar, V. Kumar and H.V. Raghu, 2013. Development of field level chromogenic assay for aflatoxin M1 detection in milk. Adv. Dairy Res., .
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  24. Verma, N., N.A. Singh, N. Kumar and H.V. Raghu, 2013. Screening of different media for sporulation of Bacillus megaterium. Int. J. Microbiol. Res. Rev., 1: 068-073.
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  25. Verma, N., M. Kataria, K. Kumar and J. Saini 2013. TEOS hydrosol gel-chitosan matrix based biosensor for monitoring asparagine in various fruit juices. Ann. Biol. Res., 4: 265-270.
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  26. Verma, N., M. Bansal, H. Perrot and S. Kumar 2013. Miniaturized fiber- optic biosensor to monitor asparagine in clinical samples. Adv. Applied Sci. Res., 4: 165-172.
  27. Verma, N. and N. Trehan, 2013. Synthesis and characterization of molecularly imprinted polymers for quercetin. J. Biomimetics Biomater. Tissue Eng., 17: 71-78.
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  28. Verma, N. and N. Trehan, 2013. HPLC analysis of methanolic extract of herbs for quercetin content. J. Pharmacogn. Phytochem., 2: 159-162.
  29. Verma, N. and A.K. Singh, 2013. Development of biological oxygen demand biosensor for monitoring the fermentation industry effluents. ISRN Biotechnol. 10.5402/2013/236062.
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  30. Trehan, N., N. Verma and B. Kaur 2013. Effect of solvent on the synthesis of molecularly Imprinted polymer for quercetin. World J. Pharm. Res., 2: 1782-1792.
  31. Kumar, K., M. Kataria and N. Verma, 2013. Plant asparaginase-based asparagine biosensor for leukemia. Artif. cells Nanomed. Biotechnol., 41: 184-188.
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  32. Kaur, A. and N. Verma, 2013. Role of insulin as facilitating transporter for glucose in miniaturized screen printed electrode. Discovery Proteins, 1: 30-33.
  33. Kaur, A. and N. Verma, 2013. Miniaturized Screen printed electrode of electrochemical biosensor for monitoring insulin in diabetic patients. Discovery Sci., 4: 9-14.
  34. Kaur, A. and N. Verma, 2013. A Biosensor Comparison of response of immobilization of Red Blood cells in the free system and in fixed system. Discovery Biotechnol., 3: 17-17.
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  35. Verma, N., R.K. Minhas, S. Kumar, 2012. Simple, qualitative cum quantitative, user friendly biosensor for analysis of Urea. Adv. Applied Sci. Res., 3: 135-141.
  36. Verma, N., M. Kataria, K. Kumar and J. Saini 2012. Comparative study of L-asparaginase from different types of Withania somnifera (L) dhonal and its purification. J. Nat. Prod. Plant Res.., 2: 475-481.
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  37. Verma, N., M. Bansal and S. Kumar, 2012. Whole cell based miniaturized fiber optic biosensor to monitor L-asparagine. Adv. Applied Sci. Res., 3: 809-814.
  38. Verma, N. and K. Gurpreet, 2012. In-silico anti-cancer drug designing for NF-κB and estrogen receptor inhibition. Int. J. Biol. Pharm. Allied Sci. (IJBPAS), 1: 231-242.
  39. Monika, N. Verma and K. Singh, 2012. Autoimmune and inflammatory diseases biomarkers. Int. J. Biomed. Adv. Res., 3: 215-224.
  40. Kumar, K., and N. Verma, 2012. Various sources and applications of L- asparaginase. Asian J. Biochem. Pharma. Res., 2: 197-205.
  41. Kumar, K., Suninda, S. Punia and N. Verma, 2012. Media optimization for the production of anti-leukemic enzyme L-Asparaginase from E.coli K- 12. Annal. Biol. Res., 3: 4828-4837.
  42. Kumar, A. and N. Verma, 2012. A comparative phylogenetic analysis of medicinal plant Tribulus terrestris in Northwest India revealed by RAPD and ISSR markers. Biodiversitas: J. Biol. Divers., 13: 107-113.
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  43. Kaur, A. and N. Verma, 2012. Proteomics: A hallmark tool for identification of Biomarker (LIPASE) in type I and II diabetes mellitus patients. Adv. Applied Sci. Res., 3: 1842-1847.
  44. Kaur, A. and N. Verma, 2012. Electrochemical biosensor for monitoring insulin in Normal individuals and diabetic mellitus patients. Adv. Applied Sci. Res., 3: 389-395.
  45. Verma, N., K. Sachin and K. Hardeep. 2011. Whole cell based disposable biosensor for cadmium detection in milk. Adv. Applied Sci. Res., 2: 354-363.
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  46. Verma, N., K. Hardeep and K. Sachin, 2011. Whole cell based electrochemical biosensor for monitoring lead in milk. Biotechnology, 10: 259-266.
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  47. Verma, N., H. Kaur and S. Kumar, 2011. A multipurpose biopolymer membrane for heavy metal preconcentration and enzyme immobilization. J. Biol. Sci.., 11: 388-393.
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  48. Verma, N., K. Sachin and K. Hardeep, 2010. Fiber optic biosensor for the detection of Cd in milk. J. Biosens. Bioelectron., 10.4172/2155-6210.1000102.
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  49. Verma, N., A. Kumar, M. Saggu, G. Kaur, M. Singh, V. Kumar and U. Kumar 2009. Phytochemical analysis and antimicrobial activity of crude extract of Tribulus terrestris fruits: A known medicinal weed. Adv. Plant Sci., 22: 155-158.
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  50. Singh, J. and N. Verma, 2009. Partition of glucose oxidase from Aspergillus niger in aqueus two-phase systems based on salt and polyethylene glycol. Brazillian Arch. Biol. Technol., 53: 1051-1056.
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  51. Kumar, A., N. Verma and M.I.S. Sagoo, 2009. Isolation of genomic DNA for RAPD marker and PCR amplification analysis from Gokharu (Tribulus terrestris (L.) R.Br.) A proven antiaging herb. Agric. Res. Link, 53: 5-7.
  52. Kaur, G., N. Verma and D.N. Wheatley, 2009. Production and purification of arginase with enhanced enzyme activity by an efficient recombinant E. Coli system. Rom. Biotechnol. Lett., 14: 4333-4340.
  53. Verma, N., M. Mittal and R.K. Verma, 2008. QSAR Studies on structuraaly similar Oxalyl aryl benzoic acid derivatives as antidiabetic agents. Calicut Med. J., Vol. 6., .
  54. Verma, N., G. Kaur and D.N. Wheatley, 2008. Comparision of various cell disruption methods for the extraction of arginase from Neurospora crassa. Res. J. Biotechnol., 3: 39-44.
  55. Verma, N. and S. Kalra, 2008. Single step purification of D-Amino acid oxidase and Mpeg Conjugated-D-Amino acid oxidase from Trignopsis Variabilis by HPLC. Int. J. Biotechnol. Biochem. (IJBB), 4: 127-134.
  56. Singh, M., N. Verma, A.K. Garg and N. Redhu, 2008. Urea biosensors. Sens. Actuators B, 134: 345-351.
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  57. Kumar, A., N. Verma and M.I.S. Saggoo, 2008. Chromosome number and morphological variability in North Indian gokhru (Tribulus terrestris Linn.): A traditionally medicinal herb. Adv. Plant Sci., 21: 645-648.
  58. Verma, N., K. Kumar, G. Kaur and S. Anand, 2007. L-asparaginase: A promising chemotherapeutic agent. Crit. Rev. Biotechnol., 27: 45-62.
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  59. Verma, N., K. Kumar, G. Kaur and S. Anand, 2007. Enhanced activity of L- Asparaginase produced by genetically engineered recombinant E. coli cells. Res. J. Biotechnol., 2: 60-63.
  60. Verma, N., K. Kumar, G. Kaur and S. Anand, 2007. Asparagine Biosensor for Leukemia Based on L-asparaginase obtained from Erwinia carotovora. National J. life Sci., 4: 1-5.
  61. Verma, N., K. Kumar, G. Kaur and S. Anand, 2007. E.Coli K-12 asparaginase- based asparagine biosensor for leukemia. Artif. Cells Blood Substitutes Biotechnol., 35: 449-456.
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  62. Singh, J. and N. Verma, 2007. Enhancement of Glucose Oxidase Production from Aspergillus niger. BioTechnol.: Indian J., 1: 117-121.
  63. Kaur, V., A. Malik and N. Verma, 2007. Simultaneous spectrophotometric determination of cobalt and nickel by partial least square regression in micellar medium. Annili Chem.., 97: 237-249.
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  64. Kaur, V., A. Malik and N. Verma, 2007. Simultaneous determination of cobalt and nickel using MDTC as reagent by first and second derivative spectrophotometry. J. Chin. Chem. Soc., 54: 715-722.
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  65. Kaur, V., A. Malik and N. Verma, 2007. Derivative spectrophotometric determination of copper and palladium by using MDTC as a reagent. Anal. Lett., 40: 2360-2373.
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  66. Verma, N. and M. Singh, 2006. A Bacillus sphaericus based biosensor for monitoring nickel ions in industrial effluents and foods. J. Anal. Method Chem., 10.1155/JAMMC/2006/83427.
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  67. Malik, A., V. Kaur and N. Verma, 2006. A Review on solid phase microextraction-High performance liquid chromatography as a novel tool for the analysis of toxic metal ions. Talanta, 68: 842-849.
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  68. Kaur, V., A. Malik and N. Verma, 2006. Applications of solid phase microextraction for the determination of metallic and organometallic species. J. Sep. Sci, 29: 335-345.
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  69. Verma, N., M. Singh and V. Kumar, 2005. Development of an enzyme –based biosensor for monitoring copper ions in industrial effluents and food samples. Chem. Environ. Res., 14: 53-55.
  70. Verma, N. and Simmi, 2005. Comparitive account for biogas production from textile dye effluent using batch, upflow anaerobic or anaerobic baffled reactor. Chem, Environ. Res., 14: 47-52.
  71. Verma, N. and M. Singh, 2005. Biosensors for heavy metals. BioMetals, 18: 121-129.
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  72. Verma, N. and M. Singh 2005. Development of a yeast biosensor for monitoring mercuric ions in industrial effluents. Int J. Environ. Stud., 62: 3-3.
  73. Verma, N. and S.S. Dhillon, 2003. Biosensors for monitoring organophosphorus and carbamate pesticides in the environment-A Survey. Int. J. Environ. Stud., 60: 29-43.
  74. Verma, N. and M. Singh, 2003. A disposable microbial based biosensor for quality control in milk. Biosens. Bioelectron., 18: 1219-1224.
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  75. Singh P., N. Verma and S.S. Marwaha, 2002. Production of D-amino acid oxidase from Trigonopsis variabilis using cornsteep liquor. Asian J. Microbiol. Biotechnol. Environ. Sci., 4: 471-475.
  76. Kumar, R., N. Verma and A.L.J. Rao, 2002. Characterization and treatment of tannery effluent using batch or Anaerobic baffled reactor. Chem. Environ.Res., 11: 255-260.
  77. Charu, C. and N. Verma, 2002. Studies on the packed bed reactor for the treatment of paper and pulp mill effluent. Int. J. Environ. Stud., 59: 291-293.
  78. Verma, N., P. Singh and S.S. Marwaha, 2001. Sequential liquid-liquid extraction of D-amino acid oxidase from trigonopsis variabilis. Biotechnol. lett., 23: 1479-1483.
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  79. Verma, N., P. Singh and S.S. Marwaha, 2001. Role of amino acids in production of D-amino acid oxidase. J. Microbiol., 39: 229-231.
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  80. Verma, N. and J. Kaur, 2000. Stimulation of acetylcholinesterase activity with Nyctanthes arbortristis leaves extract in the malathion treated immunosuppressed mice. Int.. J. Environ. Stud., 58: 645-654.
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  81. Khosla, C. and N. Verma, 2000. Characterization and development of continuous system for the treatment of textile due effluent using natural resins. JPAS, 2: 235-237.
  82. Verma, N. and R. Kaur, 1999. Studies on the development of continuous system for the treatment of Hg(II) ions in industrial effluents using low cost adsorbents-groundnut shell powder,Albizzia lebbeckpods and immobilized viable microorganisms as polishers. Int. J. Environ. Stud., 56: 232-233.
  83. Verma, N. and P. Kumar, 1998. Development of a biological kit for scavenging silver ions from electroplating industrial effluents. Int. J. Environ. Stud., 55: 297-303.
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  84. Verma, N. and A.L.J. Rao, 1998. Polarographic determination of ziram and thiram pesticides and their residual analysis from tomatoes and apples. Indian Acad. Forensic Sci., 27: 26-30.
  85. Verma, N., Monica and R. Rehal, 1996. Biosorption of lead by alginate immobilized Anabaena variabilis. Ecol., Environ. Conserv., 2: 187-188.
  86. Verma, N., Gurpreet and R. Rehal, 1996. Studies on some cyanobacteria for the selection of bioindicator of nickel ions for industrial wastewater. Pollut. Res., 15: 75-77.
  87. Verma, N. and R. Rehal, 1996. Sorption of copper ions from industrial wastewater by Albizia lebbek pods. Curr. Res. Plant Sci., 2: 259-262.
  88. Verma, N. and R. Rehal, 1996. Removal of chromium ions by Albizzia lebbek pods. J. Ind. Pollut. Control, 12: 55-59.
  89. Kapoor, J., A.L.J. Rao and N. Verma, 1996. Maneb pesticide residual analysis from various food stuffs-Xylenol orange a sensitive reagent for its spectrophotometric determination. Curr. Res. Plant Sci., 2: 263-264.
  90. Verma, N., S. Batta and R. Rehal, 1995. Studies on some cyanobacteria for the selection of bioindicator and bioscavenger of chromium metal ions for industrial wastewater. Int. J. Environ. stud., 47: 211-215.
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  91. Verma, N., A. Kumar and J. Kapoor, 1995. Analytical methods for estimation of dithiocarbamates. Chem. Environ. Res., 4: 163-176.
  92. Verma, N. and Monica, 1995. Binding of lead ions by Albizzia lebbek pods. Intern. J. Environ. Stud., 48: 178-178.
  93. Verma, N. and R. Rehal, 1994. Biosorption of ziram fungicide from wastewater. Int. J. Environ. Stud., 45: 180-180.
  94. Verma, N. and R. Rehal, 1994. Bioscavenging of copper ions from aqueous solutions with rice bran. Bioresour. technol., 49: 277-278.
  95. Verma, N., R. Rehal and A.L.J. Rao, 1993. Scavenging toxic heavy metal ions from industrial wastewater-A survey. Int. J. Environ. Stud., 43: 151-159.
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  96. Rao, A.L.J. and N. Verma, 1992. Polarographic determination of vapam (sodium monomethyldithiocarbamate). J. Indian Council Chem., 8: 51-52.
  97. Verma, N. and A.L.J. Rao, 1991. Residual pesticide analysis of methyl parathion (o, o- dimethyl o, p-nitrophenyl phosphorothionate) from cabbage by a spectrophotometric method. Indian J. Forensic Sci., 5: 155-157.
  98. Kumar, A.K., U. Gupta, N. Verma and A.L.J. Rao, 1991. Spectrophotometric determination of dithiocarbamate and xanthates. Indian J. Forensic Sci., 5: 123-129.
  99. Kaur, A., A.K. Malik, N. Verma and A.L.J. Rao, 1991. Removal of copper and lead from wastewater by adsorption of bottom ash. Indian J. Environ. Protect., 11: 433-435.
  100. Verma, N. and A.L.J. Rao, 1990. Determination of maneb pesticide by spectrophotometric method and its applications. Roune Chem., 35: 625-630.
  101. Rao, A.L.J. and N. Verma, 1990. Spectrophotometric determination of thiram by extraction of its molybdenum complex into isobutylmethyl ketone. Ind. Chem. Soc., 67: 1006-1007.
  102. Rao, A.L.J. and N. Verma, 1990. Spectrophotometric determination of copper in various parts of albino rats by solid liquid extraction techniques. Indian J. forensic Sci., 4: 41-45.
  103. Rao, A.L.J. and N. Verma, 1990. Polarographic determination of zineb and maneb pesticides. Bull. Electrochem., 6: 439-441.
  104. Rao, A.L.J. and N. Verma, 1990. Bottom ash for scavenging nickel metal ions from industrial wastewater. Indian J. Environ. Health, 32: 280-283.
  105. Rao, A.L.J. and N. Verma, 1989. Spectrophotometric determination of zinc bis ethylenedithiocarbamate (zineb). Talanta, 36: 1041-1043.
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  106. Rao, A.L.J. and N. Verma, 1989. Residual pesticide analysis of malathion (diethyl mercaptosuccinate, s-ester with o, o-dimethyl phosphorodithioate) from wheat grainsby a spectrophotometric method. Indian J. Forensic Sci., 4: 185-187.
  107. Rao, A.L.J. and N. Verma, 1988. Spectrophotometric method for the estimation of ziram (Zincdimethyl dithiocarbamate) fungicide residues. J. Inst. Chemist., 60: 332-332.
  108. Rao, A.L.J. and N. Verma, 1988. Spectrophotometric determination of disodium ethylenebisdithiocarbamate by extraction of its molybdenum complex into isobutylmethylketone. Ind. Chem. Soc., 65: 746-747.
  109. Rao, A.L.J. and N. Verma, 1988. Residual toxic pesticide analysis of dimethoate (o,o- dimethylphosphorodithioate) from tomatoes by a spectrophtometric method. Indian J. Forensic Sci., 2: 179-181.
  110. Rao, A.L.J. and N. Verma, 1985. Determination of Ferbam (Ferric dimethyl dithiocarbamate) residues in apples by a spectrophotometric method. Indian Acad. Forensic Sci., 24: 1-5.
  111. Rao, A.L.J. and N. Verma, 1983. Spectrophotometric determination of lead by solid liquid extraction technique from biological materials. Indian Acad. Forensic Sci., 23: 14-19.