Dr. S.  Ramalakshmi

Dr. S. Ramalakshmi

Assistant Professor
Karpagam Academy of Higher Education, India


Highest Degree
Ph.D. in Microbiology from Madurai Kamaraj University, Madurai, Tamil Nadu, India

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Area of Interest:

Biomedical Sciences
100%
Microbiology
62%
Bacteriology
90%
Virology
75%
Immunology
55%

Selected Publications

  1. Ramya, E., J.C. Daniel, S. Ramalakshmi and R. Usha, 2018. Prevalence and risk factors of hepatitis C virus in Irula tribal community, Tamilnadu, India. J. Pure Applied Microbiol., 12: 1543-1552.
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  2. Prabu, K., A. Rajasekaran, D. Bharathi and S. Ramalakshmi, 2018. Anti-oxidant activity, phytochemical screening and HPLC profile of rare endemic Cordia diffusa. J. King Saud Univ.-Sci., (In Press). 10.1016/j.jksus.2018.04.025.
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  3. Ramya, E. and S. Ramalakshmi, 2017. Prevalence of Hepatitis B virus and associated risk factors in Irula tribal population. Asian J. Pharmaceut. Clin. Res., 10: 100-102.
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  4. Ramalakshmi, S. and K. Muthuchelian, 2017. Standardisation, synthesis and characterisation of nanodrug from Tabebuia rosea leaves for breast cancer. Int. J. ChemTech Res., 10: 824-833.
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  5. Ramalakshmi, S. and K. Muthuchelian, 2016. Studies on cytotoxic and phytotoxic potential of Mallotus tetracoccus (Roxb.) Kurz leaf extracts. Indian J. Applied Microbiol., 19: 33-42.
  6. Ramalakshmi, S. and K. Muthuchelian, 2016. Development of nanodrug for treatment of breast cancer using Mallotus tetracoccus leaves-standardisation, synthesis and characterisation. Nano Biomed. Eng., 8: 82-90.
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  7. Ramalakshmi, S. and K. Muthuchelian, 2015. Role of Chitin, Chitosan Nanoparticles and Nanoscaffolds in Nanomedicine. In: Bionanosciences, Muthuchelian, K. (Ed.). Write and Print Publications, New Delhi, India, ISBN-13: 9789384649364, pp: 247-278.
  8. Ramalakshmi, S. and K. Muthuchelian, 2015. Advances in Nanomedicine for Cancer Therapy. In: Bionanosciences, Muthuchelian, K. (Ed.). Write and Print Publications, New Delhi, India, ISBN-13: 9789384649364, pp: 153-176.
  9. Ramalakshmi, S and K. Muthuchelian, 2015. Phytotoxicity studies on leaf fractions of Tabebuia rosea (Bertol.) DC. Indian J. Sci., 15: 189-201.
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  10. Bharathi, D., S. Ramalakshmi, P.T. Kalaichelven and Akilakalaichelvan, 2015. Biological synthesis of silver nanoparticles by using leaf extract of Justicia adhatoda. Der Pharm. Lett., 7: 391-395.
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  11. Ramalakshmi, S. and K. Muthuchelian, 2013. Studies on cytotoxic, phytotoxic and volatile profile of the bark extract of the medicinal plant, Mallotus tetracoccus (Roxb.) Kurz. Afr. J. Biotechnol., 12: 6176-6184.
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  12. Parimala, P., S. Ramalakshmi and K. Muthuchelian, 2013. Comparative analysis of volatile constituents in Bacillus thuringiensis (Bt) cotton (RCH2 Bt) and non-Bt cotton by gas chromatography-mass spectrometry. Afr. J. Agric. Res., 8: 5093-5095.
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  13. Yogeswari, S., S. Ramalakshmi, R. Neelavathy and J. Muthumary, 2012. Identification and comparative studies of different volatile fractions from Monochaetia kansensis by GCMS. Global J. Pharmacol., 6: 65-71.
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  14. Ramalakshmi, S., N. Edaydulla, P. Ramesh and K. Muthuchelian, 2012. Investigation on cytotoxic, antioxidant, antimicrobial and volatile profile of Wrightia tinctoria (Roxb.) R. Br. flower used in Indian medicine. Asian Pac. J. Trop. Dis., 2: S68-S75.
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  15. Ramalakshmi, S., K. Muthuchelian and K. Swaminathan, 2012. Comparative studies on removal of fast green dye from aqueous solutions by activated carbon prepared from Gloriosa superba waste and Alternaria raphani fungal biomass. J. Environ. Sci. Technol., 5: 222-231.
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  16. Ramalakshmi, S. and K. Muthuchelian, 2012. Studies on cytotoxicity, phytotoxicity and volatile profile of flower extract of Tabebuia rosea (Bertol.) DC. Med. Plants-Int. J. Phytomed. Relat. Ind., 4: 154-161.
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  17. Ramalakshmi, S. and K. Muthuchelian, 2012. Evaluation of antioxidant potential and antimicrobial studies of bark of medicinal plant, Mallotus tetracoccus (Roxb.) Kurz. J. Med. Plants Res., 6: 5156-5165.
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  18. Ramalakshmi, S., R. Selvakumar, K. Muthuchelian and K. Swaminathan, 2011. Utilization of modified Gloriosa superba waste as an adsorbent for the removal of reactive dyes from aqueous solutions. World Applied Sci. J., 15: 415-421.
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  19. Ramalakshmi, S., K. Muthuchelian and K. Swaminathan, 2011. Kinetic and equilibrium studies on biosorption of reactive orange 107 dye from aqueous solution by native and treated fungus Alternaria raphani. J. Chem. Pharmaceut. Res., 3: 337-347.
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  20. Ramalakshmi, S., K. Muthuchelian and K. Swaminathan, 2011. Kinetic and equilibrium studies on biosorption of Reactive black5 dye from aqueous solution by native and treated fungus Alternaria raphani. J. Biosci. Res., 259: 239-248.
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  21. Ramalakshmi, S. and K. Muthuchelian, 2011. Cancer and oncogenes-an overview. Acad. J. Cancer Res., 4: 10-17.
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  22. Ramalakshmi, S. and K. Muthuchelian, 2011. Analysis of bioactive constituents from the leaves of Mallotus tetracoccus (Roxb.) Kurz, by gas chromatography-mass spectrometry. Int. J. Pharmaceut. Sci. Res., 2: 1449-1454.
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  23. Ramalakshmi, S. and K. Muthuchelian, 2011. Analysis of bioactive constituents from the ethanolic leaf extract of Tabebuia rosea (Bertol.) DC by gas chromatography-mass spectrometry. Int. J. ChemTech Res., 3: 1054-1059.
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  24. Rajeswari, N.R., S. Ramalakshmi and K. Muthuchelian, 2011. GC-MS analysis of bioactive components from the ethanolic leaf extract of Canthium dicoccum (Gaertn.) Teijsm & Binn. J. Chem. Pharmaceut. Res., 3: 792-798.
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  25. Bhat, M.S., P. Parimala, S. Ramalakshmi and K. Muthuchelian, 2011. In-vitro cytotoxic and genotoxicity studies of Cry1Ac toxin isolated from Bt cotton (RCH2 Bt) on human lymphocytes. Acad. J. Plant Sci., 4: 64-68.
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