Dr. Sarika  Gupta

Dr. Sarika Gupta

Assistant Professor
Banasthali Vidyapith, India


Highest Degree
Ph.D. in Seed Technology and Microbiology from University of Rajasthan, India

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Biography

Dr. Sarika Gupta is currently working as a Senior Assistant Professor at the Banasthali Vidyapith, Rajasthan, India. She is actively involved in research and academics from past 16 years. Dr. Sarika has established a startup firm as Greenathon and Company under DIPP, Government of India. She is serving as a fellow in Indian Botanical Society and Association of Microbiologists of India. She is currently the in-charge of ongoing scholarly project of DST-SERB, Government of India.

Area of Interest:

Molecular Sciences
100%
Microbiology
62%
Epidemiology
90%
Molecular Biology
75%
Medical Sciences
55%

Selected Publications

  1. Sharma, N., N. Louis and S. Gupta, 2017. Indigenous laccase producing microbes: A sustainable gateway to cleaner production in handmade paper industry in Jaipur region. Life Sci. Int. Res. J., 4: 42-46.
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  2. Mendiratta, M. and S. Gupta, 2017. Exploring the role of phytochemicals and antioxidants on antihyperglycemic potentials of Indian medicinal plants. Int. J. Gen. Med. Pharm., 6: 21-32.

  3. Gupta, S., A. Dubey and T. Singh, 2017. Phytopathological and transmission studies of Phyllactinia dalbergiae in Dalbergia sissoo Roxb. J. Mycopathological Res., 55: 51-53.
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  4. Gupta, S., A. Dubey and T. Singh, 2017. Phytopathological and transmission studies of Phyllactinia dalbergiae in Dalbergia sissoo Roxb. J. Mycopathol. Res., 55: 51-53.

  5. Gupta, S., A. Dubey and T. Singh, 2017. Fusarium semitectum as a dominant seed-borne pathogen in Albezzia lebbeck (Linn.) benth., its effect on location and transmission studies. Res. J. For., 11: 13-18.
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  6. Gupta, S., A. Dubey and T. Singh, 2017. Curvularia lunata as, a dominant seed-borne pathogen in Dalbergia sissoo Roxb: Its location in seed and its phytopathological effects. Afr. J. Plant Sci., 11: 203-208.
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  7. Gupta, S., A. Dubey and T. Singh, 2017. Curvularia lunata as, a dominant seed-borne pathogen in Dalbergia sissoo Roxb: Its location in seed and its phytopathological effects. Afr. J. Plant Sci., 11: 203-208.
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  8. Gupta, S. and M. Mendiratta, 2017. Antihyperglycemic protein lineage from Indian medicinal plants. Eur. J. Biomed. Pharm. Sci., 4: 482-489.

  9. De, I. and S. Gupta, 2017. Mitigation of the toxic effects of xenobiotics in mung seedlings by plant synergistic bacteria. J. Microbiol. Biotechnol. Food Sci., 6: 1161-1164.
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  10. De, I. and S. Gupta, 2016. Isolation and characterization of plant synergistic bacteria capable of degrading xenobiotics from oil spillage sites. 3 Biotech., 6: 193-193.
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  11. Saxena, J., V. Pant, M.M. Sharma, S. Gupta and A. Singh, 2015. Hunt for Cellulase Producing Fungi from Soil Samples. J. Pure Appl. Microbiol., 9: 2895-2902.
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  12. Gupta, S., S. Gupta and S. Gupta, 2015. Characterization of antihyperglycemic and antiretroviral components of Momordica charantia (Bitter melon). J. Chem. Pharmaceut. Res., 7: 793-797.
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  13. Gupta, S., A. Dongre, A.C. Pandey, R. Biswas and S. Gupta, 2015. Antibiogram of methicillin resistant staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) in healthcare settings. J. Chem. Pharma. Res., 7: 61-66.

  14. Gupta, S., A. Chourey, D. Gupta, A. Agrawal and S. Gupta, 2015. Bio-control of clinical bacterial isolates associated with urinary tract infection using wild medicinal plant extract. J. Nat. Prod. Plant Resour., 5: 23-30.
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  15. Gupta, S. and D. Indranil, 2015. Analysis of Abiotic Stress Induced Metabolomic Changes in Vigna radiata. Universal J. Environ. Res. Technol., 5: 241-250.
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  16. Vijay, A., T. Kinra, Y.K. Vijay and S. Gupta, 2014. Electricity generation from mediator-less MFC with consortia of carbon-zinc electrodes and CNT Doped PEM. Helix, 1: 501-505.

  17. Saxena, J., M.M. Sharma, S. Gutpa and A. Singh, 2014. Emerging role of fungi in nanoparticle synthesis and their applications. World J. Pharm. Pharmaceut. Sci., 3: 1586-1613.
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  18. Sarika, G., A. Purva, R. Rahul and G. Saksham, 2014. Prevalence of dermatophytic infection and determining sensitivity of diagnostic procedures international. J. Pharm. Pharmaceut. Sci., 6: 35-38.

  19. Gupta, S., P. Kumar, T. Richharia and S. Gupta, 2014. Prevalence of Extended Spectrum Β-Lactamase (ESBL) organisms associated with clinical infections and their characterization through plasmid profiling. Am. J. Pharmatech. Res., 4: 219-228.

  20. Gupta, S., P. Agrawal, R. Rajawat and S. Gupta, 2014. Antifungal and phytochemical screening of wild medicinal plant extracts against fungal clinical isolates from dermatitis. Am. J. Pharmat. Res., 4: 754-766.

  21. Gupta, S. and B.L. Gupta, 2014. Evaluation of the incidences of dermatophillic infection in Rajasthan: Case studies from Rajasthan, India. Global J. Anesthesiol. Plastic Surg., 2: 16-19.

  22. Gupta, S. and B.L. Gupta, 2013. Evaluation of the incidences of dermatophillic infection in Rajastahan: Case studies from Rajasthan, India. Int. J. Med. Med. Sci., 5: 229-232.
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  23. Gupta, S., K. Kulshreshth and A. Datta, 2012. Bio-control of clinical fungal isolates associated with fungal keratitis using medicinal plant extracts. Int. J. Pharm. Pharmaceut. Sci., 4: 544-547.

  24. Vijay, A., T. Kinra and S. Gupta, 2011. Economic electricity generation from mediator-less microbial fuel cell with consortia of salt bridge and carbon rods. Indian J. Fundament. Applied Life Sci., 1: 121-125.

  25. Gupta, S., A. Dubey and T. Singh, 2011. Fusarium semitectum as a dominant seed-borne pathogen in Dalbergia sissoo Roxb., its location in seed and its phytopathological effects. Indian J. Fundament. Applied Life Sci., 1: 5-10.
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  26. Gupta, S., 2011. A Practical Book for 12th C.B.S.E. Vimal Publishing House, Jaipur, India.

  27. Dubey, A., S. Gupta and T. Singh, 2011. Induced vivipary in Sesamum indicum L. by seed borne infection of Phytophthora parasitica var. sesame. Indian J. Fundament. Applied Life Sci., 1: 185-188.

  28. Singh, A., K. Mathur, C. Rajasekaran, T. Kalaivani, S. Navneet and S. Gupta, 2008. In vitro propogation of Vigna sp. Plant tissue culture and molecular marker. J. Indian Phytopathol., 21: 307-313.

  29. Gupta, S. and T. Singh, 2006. Seed-borne mycoflora associated with Dalbergia sissoo Roxb. Seeds and their phytopathological effects. Indian J. For., 29: 301-304.

  30. Gupta, S. and A. Dubey, 2005. Microbiology and Biochemistry: A Practical Approach Series. High Text Publishers, Jaipur.

  31. Gupta, S. and A. Dubey, 2005. Microbiology and Biochemistry-A Practical Approach Series. High Text Publishers and Distributors, Jaipur, India, ISBN: 81-8375-000-1.