Publications (Google Scholar)

66.Kashyap, Mrinal, Sukanya Chakraborty, Anamika Kumari, Anshuman Rai, Sunita Varjani, and Vandana Vinayak*. “Strategies and challenges to enhance commercial viability of algal biorefineries for biofuel production.” Bioresource Technology (2023): 129551.ISSN 0960-8524. IF ~12

65.Khan, Mohd Jahir, Ankesh Ahirwar, Vandana Sirotiya, Anshuman Rai, Sunita Varjani, and Vandana Vinayak*. “Nanoengineering TiO2 for evaluating performance in dye sensitized solar cells with natural dyes.” RSC Advances 13, no. 32 (2023): 22630-22638.ISSN 2046-2069. IF 4.03

64.Mourya, M., Khan, M.J., Sirotiya, V., Ahirwar, A., Schoefs, B., Marchand, J., Varjani, S. and Vinayak, V.*, 2023. Enhancing the biochemical growth of Haematococcus pluvialis by mitigation of broad-spectrum light stress in wastewater cultures. RSC advances13(26), pp.17611-17620.ISSN 2046-2069. IF 4.03

63.Chakraborty#, S., Bashir#, Y., Sirotiya, V., Ahirwar, A., Das, S. and Vinayak, V.#, 2023. Role of bacterial quorum sensing and quenching mechanism in the efficient operation of microbial electrochemical technologies: A state-of-the-art review. Heliyon.ISSN 2405-8440 (Online)IF 3.77

62.Vinayak V*, Sirotiya V, Khandelwal P, Rai A, Jadhav DA, Pugazhendhi A, Schoefs B, Marchand J, Chae KJ. Recent trends in engineering algae for biohydrogen production: State of art strategies. Fuel. 2023 Sep 15;348:128636.  ISSN 0016-2361. IF 8.035         

61.Chakraborty, Sukanya, Vandana Sirotiya, Anshuman Rai, Sunita Varjani, and Vandana Vinayak*. “Catalyst in algal refinery: A way towards production of high-quality biofuel.” Sustainable Chemistry and Pharmacy 33 June (2023): 101092.ISSN 2352-5541., IF 5.464

60.Nair, A., Ahirwar, A., Singh, S., Lodhi, R., Lodhi, A., Rai, A., … & Vinayak, V*. (2023). Astaxanthin as a King of Ketocarotenoids: Structure, Synthesis, Accumulation, Bioavailability and Antioxidant Properties. Marine Drugs21(3), 176. ISSN 16603397.IF 6.0

59.Kumar, Mukesh, Sneha Sabu, Vishambhar Sangela, Mukesh Meena, Vishnu D. Rajput, Tatiana Minkina, and Vandana Vinayak. “The mechanism of nanoparticle toxicity to cyanobacteria.” Archives of Microbiology 205, no. 1 (2023): 1-10. ISSN 0302-8933 (print) 1432-072X (web). IF 2.5

58. Ahirwar, Ankesh, Swati Das, Sovik Das, Yung-Hun Yang, Shashi Kant Bhatia, Vandana Vinayak*, and Makarand Madhao Ghangrekar. “Photosynthetic microbial fuel cell for bioenergy and valuable production: A review of circular bio-economy approach.” Algal Research (2023): 102973.ISSN 2211-9264. IF 5.276

57. Sangela, Vishambhar, Mukesh Kumar, Sunita Choudhary, Vinod Singh Gour, Mukesh Meena, and Vandana Vinayak, Harish. “Effect of nitrogen, phosphorus and sodium bicarbonate on lipid production and fatty acid profile in Coelastrella terrestris.” Biocatalysis and Agricultural Biotechnology (2022): 102518.ISSN 1878-8181. IF-4.26

56. Jadhav, Dipak A., Ashvini D. Chendake, Vandana Vinayak, Abdulaziz Atabani, Mohammad Ali Abdelkareem, and Kyu-Jung Chae. “Scale-up of the bioelectrochemical system: Strategic perspectives and normalization of performance indices.” Bioresource Technology (2022): 127935.ISSN 0960-8524. IF-~12

55. Hou, Jinbo, Arivalagan Pugazhendhi, Raveendran Sindhu, Vandana Vinayak, Nguyen Chi Thanh, Kathirvel Brindhadevi, Nguyen Thuy Lan Chi, and Deyi Yuan. “An assessment of biochar as a potential amendment to enhance plant nutrient uptake.” Environmental Research 214 (2022): 113909.ISSN 0013-9351. IF-8.4

54. Rai, Ira, Ankesh Ahirwar, Anshuman Rai, Sunita Varjani, and Vandana Vinayak*. “Biowaste recycling strategies for regenerative life support system: An overview.” Sustainable Energy Technologies and Assessments 53 (2022): 102525.ISSN 22131388. IF-7.632

53. Rai, A., Sirotiya, V., Mourya, M., Khan, M.J., Ahirwar, A., Sharma, A.K., Kawatra, R., Marchand, J., Schoefs, B., Varjani, S. and Vinayak, V*., 2022. Sustainable treatment of dye wastewater by recycling microalgal and diatom biogenic materials: Biorefinery perspectives. Chemosphere, p.135371.ISSN 0045-6535. IF-9

52. Deka, R., Shreya, S., Mourya, M., Sirotiya, V., Rai, A., Khan, M.J., Ahirwar, A., Schoefs, B., Bilal, M., Saratale, G.D. ,Marchand, J.,R.J Saratale, Sunita Varjani and Vandana Vinayak* 2022. A techno-economic approach for eliminating dye pollutants from industrial effluent employing microalgae through microbial fuel cells: Barriers and perspectives. Environmental Research, p.113454. ISSN 0013-9351. IF-8.4

51. Ahirwar, Ankesh, Mohd Jahir Khan, Vandana Sirotiya, Megha Mourya, Anshuman Rai, Benoit Schoefs, Justine Marchand, Sunita Varjani, and Vandana Vinayak. “Pulsed Electric Field–Assisted Cell Permeabilization of Microalgae (Haematococcus pluvialis) for Milking of Value-Added Compounds.” BioEnergy Research (2022) 16: 311-324. ISSN 19391242, 19391234. IF-3.8

50. Ankesh Ahirwar, Khusboo Khesherwani, Rahul Deka, Shreya Muthukumar, M. Jahir Khan, Anshuman Rai, Vandana Vinayak*, S. Varjani, K.B Joshi, Shruti Morjaria. “Microalgal drugs: A promising therapeutic reserve for future”. Journal of Biotechnology (2022).349:32-46. ISSN 0168-1656.IF-3.595

49. Bhatia, Shashi Kant, Vishal Ahuja, Neha Chandel, Sanjeet Mehariya, Pradeep Kumar, Vandana Vinayak, Ganesh Dattatraya Saratale, Tirath Raj, Sang-Hyoun Kim, and Yung-Hun Yang. “An overview on microalgal-bacterial granular consortia for resource recovery and wastewater treatment.” Bioresource Technology (2022). 351: 127028. ISSN 0960-8524. IF-~12

48. Sirotiya, V., Ahirwar, A., Mourya, M., Khan, M.J., Rai, A., Kwatra, R., Sharma, A.K., Schoefs, B., Marchand, J., Varjani, S. and Vinayak, V.*, 2022. Astaxanthin bioaccumulation in microalgae under environmental stress simulated in industrial effluents highlighting prospects of Haematococcus pluvialis: knowledge gaps and prospective approaches. Phytochemistry Reviews, pp.1-26. ISSN 15687767, 1572980X. IF-8

48.Vinayak V, Bhaskar PV, Pandey LK and Khan MJ. 2021. Diatoms the living jewels their biodiversity, phycosphere and associated phenotypic plasticity: a lesson to learn from current pandemic of corona virus. In: Biodiversity: Issues and Challenges in the Indian Context. Springer . 385-429. Singapore: Springer Nature Singapore, 2022. ISBN-10 : ‎9811697760

47. Khan MJ, Suryavanshi VJ, Joshi KB, Gangadharan P, Vinayak V*. (2022).Photosynthetic microalgal microbial fuel cells and its future upscaling aspects. In Handbook of Algal Biofuels 2022 Jan 1 (pp. 363-384). ISBN: 9780128237649. Elsevier.

46. Khan MJ, Gordon R, Varjani S, Vinayak V*. Employing newly developed plastic bubble wrap technique for biofuel production from diatoms cultivated in discarded plastic waste. (2022).  Science of The Total Environment. 2022 Feb 5. 823 :153667. ISSN 0048-9697.IF-11

45. A. Rai, M.J. Khan, A. Ahirwar, R.Deka, N. Singh, B. Schoefs, J. Marchand, S. Varjani and Vandana Vinayak*. (2022). Hydrogen economy and storage by nanoporous microalgae diatom: Special emphasis on designing photobioreactors. International Journal of Hydrogen Energy.47(100).PP:42099-42121.ISSN 0360-3199. IF-7.1

44. Katiyar K., Khan M.J., Shukla P., Vinayak V*. (2022) Pollen Digital Image Mapping and Its Symmetrical Correlation Using MATLAB. In: Kumar A., Choudhury B., Dayanandan S., Khan M.L. (eds) Molecular Genetics and Genomics Tools in Biodiversity Conservation. Springer, Singapore. ISBN-10 ‏ : ‎ 9811660042

43.Mourya, M., Khan, M.J., Ahirwar, A., Schoefs, B., Marchand, J., Rai, A., Varjani, S., Rajendran, K., Banu, J.R., Vinayak, V., 2022. Latest trends and developments in microalgae as potential source for biofuels: The case of diatoms. Fuel, 314, pp:122738 .ISSN 0016-2361. IF 8.035

42. Khan, M. J., S. Das, Vinayak, V.* , D. Pant and M.M Ghangrekar (2021). Live Diatom cells as potential biocatalyst in a microbial fuel cell for harvesting continuous diafuel, carotenoids and bioelectricity. Chemosphere,291; 132841.ISSN 0045-6535.IF 9

41. COVER PAGE Vandana Vinayak*. Photosystem I P700 Chlorophyll a Apoprotein A1 as PCR Marker to Identify Diatoms and their Associated Lineage. Journal Of Eukaryotic Microbiology (2021). :10665234, 15507408. IF 3.880

40. Khan, M.J., Pugazhendhi, A., Schoefs, B., Marchand, J., Rai, A. and Vinayak, V.,* 2021. Perovskite-based solar cells fabricated from TiO2 nanoparticles hybridized with biomaterials from mollusc and diatoms. Chemosphere, 291,  p.132692.ISSN 0045-6535. IF 9

39. Khan, M. J., Rai. A, Ahirwar, A., Sirotiya. V, Maurya. M, Mishra, S,, Schoefs, Marchand, J., Bhatia.S , S. Varjani & Vinayak, V.* (2021). Diatom microalgae as smart nanocontainers for biosensing water pollutants: Recent trends and innovations. (2021). Bioengineered ,12(2):9531-49. ISSN 21655987, 21655979. IF 3.269

38. Khan, M. J. & Vinayak, V.* (2021). Micro to nanoorateness of diatoms from geographically distant origins of the globe. Book Diatom Microscopy. Wiley Scrinever. Also selected for the COVER PAGEOF BOOK.PP 179-219. ISBN:9781119711537 |Online ISBN:9781119711568

37. Khan, M. J., Singh, N., Mishra, S., Ahirwar, A., Bast, F., Schoefs, Marchand, J., Rajendran, K., Banu, J.R., Saratale, G.D. and Saratale, R.G., S. Varjani & Vinayak, V.* (2021). Impact of light on microalgal photosynthetic microbial fuel cells and removal of pollutants by nanoadsorbent biopolymers: Updates, challenges and innovations. Chemosphere, 132589.ISSN 0045-6535. IF 9

36.Ahirwar, A., Meignen, G., Khan, M., Khan, N., Rai, A., Schoefs, B., Marchand, J., Varjani, S. and Vinayak, V.*, 2021. Nanotechnological approaches to disrupt the rigid cell walled microalgae grown in wastewater for value-added biocompounds: commercial applications, challenges, and breakthrough. Biomass Conversion and Biorefinery, pp.1-26.ISSN 2190-6823. IF 4.987

35. Kunal Seth, A Kumar, Rajesh P. Rastogi, Mukesh Meena, Vandana Vinayak* and Harish*. Bioprospecting of fucoxanthin from diatoms — Challenges and perspectives. 2021.Algal Research. Available online 3 September 2021
2211-9264. 2211-9264. IF 5.276

38.AnkeshAhirwar,GurvanMeignen,Mohd.Jahirkhan,VandanaSirotiya,HarishcMatteoScarsini,SylvainRoux,JustineMarchand,BenoîtSchoefs,VandanaVinayak*.Light modulates transcriptomic dynamics upregulating astaxanthin accumulation in Haematococcus: A review, Bioresource Technology(2021). 0960-8524. IF ~12

34. Vandana Vinayak*, Mohd. Jahir Khan, Anupam Nath Jha and Harish. Photosystem I P700 Chlorophyll a Apoprotein A1 as PCR Marker to Identify Diatoms and their Associated Lineage. Journal Of Eukaryotic Microbiology (2021). 3.346

33. Yadav, Geetanjali, Arpit Mishra, Parthasarathi Ghosh, Raveendran Sindhu, Vandana Vinayak, and Arivalagan Pugazhendhi. “Technical, economic and environmental feasibility of resource recovery technologies from wastewater.” Science of The Total Environment (2021): 149022.ISSN 0048-9697.IF 11

32. Vinayak, Vandana, Mohd Jahir Khan, Sunita Varjani, Ganesh Dattatraya Saratale, Rijuta Ganesh Saratale, and Shashi Kant Bhatia. “Microbial fuel cells for remediation of environmental pollutants and value addition: Special focus on coupling diatom microbial fuel cells with photocatalytic and photoelectric fuel cells.” Journal of Biotechnology (2021).ISSN 0975-0967.IF 3.595

 31. Khan MJ, Mangesh H, Ahirwar A, Schoefs B, Pugazhendhi A, Varjani S, Rajendran K, Bhatia SK, Saratale GD, Saratale RG, Vinayak V.* Insights into diatom microalgal farming for treatment of wastewater and pretreatment of algal cells by ultrasonication for value creation. Environmental Research. 2021 Jul 2:111550.ISSN 0013-9351.IF 8.4

  1. Gupta AK, Seth K, Maheshwari K, Baroliya PK, Meena M, Kumar A, Vinayak V. Biosynthesis and extraction of high-value carotenoid from algae. Frontiers in Bioscience (Landmark Edition). 2021 May 1;26(6):171-90.ISSN 1093-4715.IF 4.249
  2. Vandana Vinayak*. 2020“ Chloroplast gene markers detect diatom DNA in a drowned mice establishing drowning as a cause of death. Journal of Electrophoresis. 1(24), pp.2144-2148. ISSN:1522-2683.IF 3.595
  3. Khan, Mohd Jahir, Nisha Bawra, Aayush Verma, Vikas Kumar, Arivalagan Pugazhendhi, Khasthi Ballabh Joshi and Vandana Vinayak*. 2020 “ Cultivation of diatom Pinnularia saprophila for lipid production. A comparison of methods for harvesting the lipid from the cells.”Bioresource Technology (2020):12129.ISSN 0960-8524 IF~12
  4. Singh, R, Khan, M.J Rane, Gajbhaiye, A., Vinayak, V*. and Joshi K.B*., 2020. Biofabrication of Diatom Surface by Tyrosine Metal Complexes: Smart Microcontainers to Inhibit Bacterial Growth. Chemistry Select, 5(10), pp.2091-3097.ISSN 2365-6549.IF 2.307
  5. Vandana Vinayak* and Anshuman Rai. 2020. MALDITOF the Fourth Generation Techniques Still at Its Infancy to Identify Forensically Important Insects. Forensic DNA Typing: Principles, Applications and Advancements. 10.1007/978-981-15-6655-4. Springer Nature. Pp676 .ISBN-10 ‏ : ‎ 9811566542(Bookchapter)
  6. Vandana Vinayak*, Mohd. Jahir Khan and Khashthi Ballabh Joshi. 2020. Nanoengineerning diatoms in microfluidic lab on chip devices. In Applications of Multifunctional Nanomaterials vol. 3; Elsevier (In press). (Bookchapter)
  7. Mohd Jahir Khan, Prashant Shukla, P.V Bhaskar, Khasthi Ballabh Joshi and Vandana Vinayak*. 2020 Extrapolysaccharides directed embellishment of diatoms triggered on plastics and other marine litter. Scientific Reports. Nature ISSN:2045-2322. IF 5.516
  8. Vandana Vinayak*. 2020 Alga as economically sustainable food in space missions. Circular Bio economy: Integrated Approaches for sustainability. ELSEVIER. PP 517-540. ISBN: 9780128216644. (Bookchapter)
  9. Mohd Jahir Khan, Ramesh Singh, Khashti Ballabh Joshi* and Vandana Vinayak*. 2019. TiO2 doped polydimethylsiloxane (PDMS) and Luffa cylindrica based photocatalytic nanosponge to absorb and desorb oil in diatom solar panels . RSC ADVANCES. 9, 22410 – 22416 DOI: 10.1039/c9ra03821c . ISSN 2046-2069 .IF 4.036
  10. Ramesh Singh, Vishal kumar, Vandana Vinayak* and Khashti Ballabh Joshi*. 2019 . Gold ions mediated diproline peptide nanocarpets inhibits bacterial growth. Chemistry select. Publisher Wiley. Chemistry Select 4, no.19 5810-5816.ISSN 2365-6549. IF 2.307
  11. Ankesh Ahirwar, Shradhey Gupta, Mrinal Kashyap, Prashant Shukla and Vandana Vinayak*.2019. Differential cell viability in Nitzschia palea on exposure to different organic and inorganic environment effluents. International Journal of Environmental Science and Technology. Springer nature 17(1), 493-504.  ISSN 1735-1472.IF 3.519
  12. MohdM.Ghobara, Nirmal Mazumder, Vandana Vinayak, Louisa Reissig, Ille C. Gebeshuber, Mary Ann Tiffany, Richard Gordon. 2019. On Light and Diatoms: A Photonics and Photobiology Review Diatoms: Biology and Applications. Publisher: WILEY-SCRIVENER USA.PP127-188, VOL-1(Bookchapter).ISBN 9781119370734 (ePDF).
  13.  Ramesh    Singh,Narendra    Kumar    Mishra,    Vikas     Kumar,     Vandana     Vinayak*,     and Khashti Ballabh Joshi*. 2018. Transition Metal Ion–Mediated Tyrosine-Based Short Peptide Amphiphile Nanostructures Inhibit Bacterial Growth. ChemBioChem, 19, 1 – 9. Online ISSN:1439-7633. ISSN 14394227. Very Important paper.IF 3.461
  14.  Vandana Vinayak*, Khashti Ballabh Joshi and Priyangsu Manab Sarma. 2019. “Diafuel©(diatom biofuel) vs Electric vehicles a basic comparison: A high potential renewable energy source to make India energy independent .”In: Diatoms: Fundamentals & Applications [Volume 1 in the series: Diatoms: Biology & Applications, series editors: Richard Gordon & Joseph Seckbach]. Ed.: J.Seckbach & R. Gordon. Beverly, MA, USA, Wiley-Scrivener. PP537-582, VOL-1. SBN 9781119370734 (ePDF). (Bookchapter)
  15. Vandana Vinayak* and Shristy Gautam . 2019. A molecular approach of diatom test in Forensic Science [Volume 1 in the series: Diatoms: Biology & Applications, series editors: Richard Gordon & Joseph Seckbach]. Ed.: J. Seckbach & R. Gordon. Beverly, MA, USA, Wiley-Scrivener.Vol1.Ch-18, pp435-470. ISBN 9781119370734 (ePDF)(Bookchapter)
  16. S. Gautam, M. Kashyap, Prashant Shukla, Vikas Namdeo, Khasti Ballabh Joshi* and Vandana Vinayak*. 2018. Fast Fourier infrared spectroscopy to characterize the biochemical composition in diatoms. Journal of Biosciences (Springer) Sept 2018, Vol 3 no-4). PP 717-729 (ISSN:0250-5991 (print) 0973-7138 (web)) IF 1.826
  17. Kumar, Vikas, Ramesh Singh, Shipra Thakur, Khashti Ballabh Joshi* and Vandana Vinayak*. “Doping of magnetite nanoparticles facilitates clean harvesting of diatom oil as biofuel for  sustainable energy.” Materials Research Express 5, no. 4 (2018): 045503. ISSN 2053-1591 (Online) IF 2.025
  18. Gupta, Shradhey, Mrinal Kashyap, Vikas Kumar, Priyanshu Jain, Vandana Vinayak*, and Khashti Ballabh Joshi*. “Peptide mediated facile fabrication of silver nanoparticles over living diatom surface and its application.” Journal of Molecular Liquids 249 (2018): 600-608.ISSN 0167-7322 IF 6.633
  19. Vinayak, V*., K.B. Joshi, R. Gordon & B. Schoefs (2017). Nanoengineering the diatom surface for   plausible applications. In:  Diatom Nanotechnology. D. Losic, (Ed.) London, Royal Society of Chemistry: pp55-78. ISBN: 978-1-78262-932-0.(Bookchapter)
  20. Gautam, S., Pandey, L. K., Vinayak, V.*, & Arya, A. (2017). Morphological and physiological alterations in the diatom Gomphonema pseudoaugur due to heavy metal stress. Ecological Indicators, Publisher Elsevier. 72, 67-76. ISSN: 1470-160XIF 6.263
  21. Vinayak, V.*, Kumar, V., Kashyap, M., Joshi, K. B., Gordon, R., & Schoefs, B. 2016. Fabrication of resonating microfluidic chamber for biofuel production in diatoms (Resonating device for biofuel production). IEEE Xplore . In Emerging Electronics (ICEE), 2016 3rd International Conference on (pp. 1- 6).
  22. Gautam, Shristy, Mrinal Kashyap, Shradhey Gupta, Vikas Kumar, Benoit Schoefs, Richard Gordon, Clayton Jeffryes, Khashti Ballabh Joshi, and Vandana Vinayak*. “Metabolic engineering of TiO2 nanoparticles in Nitzschia palea to form diatom nanotubes: an ingredient for solar cells to produce electricity and biofuel.” RSC Advances 6, no. 99 (2016): 97276-97284.  ISSN 2046-2069. IF 4.036
  23. Kumar, V., Gupta, S., Rathod, A., Vinayak, V.*, & Joshi, K. B*. (2016). Biomimetic fabrication of biotinylated peptide nanostructures upon diatom scaffold; a plausible model for sustainable energy. RSC Advances, 6(77), 73692-7369.  ISSN 2046-2069. IF 4.036
  24. Vinayak, Vandana, Kalina M. Manoylov, Hélène Gateau, Vincent Blanckaert, Josiane Hérault, Gaëlle Pencréac’h, Justine Marchand, Richard Gordon, and Benoît Schoefs* “Diatom milking: a review and new approaches.” Marine drugs 13, no. 5 (2015): 2629-2665. ISSN 1660-3397. IF 6.6
  25. Vinayak. V.*, Gordon. R, Gautam, S. and Rai. A, 2014. Discovery of Diatom which oozes oil .  Journal of Computational and Theoretical Nanoscience, American Science letters, 20(7), pp. 1256-1267(12).  ISSN: 1546-1955 (Print): EISSN: 1546-1963 (Online). IF 1.5
  26. Vandana Vinayak and A.K Dhawan*. 2010. PCR Primers for identification of high sucrose Saccharum genotypes. Springer: Physiol. Mol. Biol. Plants 2010; 16(1): 107-111. ISSN: 0971-5894 (Print) 0974-0430 (Online). IF 3.44
  27. Vandana Vinayak*, M.K Goyal, Anshuman Rai and Vichar Mishra. 2012.  Diatom test and drowning : Rape and murder case in India. Journal of forensic medicine and toxicology Vol. 29 No. 2, .100-103. ISSN 0973-9130 (Online). IF 0.5
  28. Vandana Vinayak*, R. Mehta, V.Mishra, M.K Goyal ,A.Rai, and A.Kumar. 2011. Drowning and aquatic dismemberment. Journal of forensic medicine and toxicology.Vol 28(2):76-78. ISSN 0973-9130 (Online). IF 0.5
  29. Vandana Vinayak*, M.K Goyal, V. Mishra and Anshuman Rai. 2010 Diatoms as a great tool in investigation of death due to drowning: a case study. Journal of Forensic Medicine and Toxicology. Vol 27. No.1: 51-54. ISSN 0973-9130 (Online). IF 0.5
  30. Vandana Vinayak, Ashok K. Dhawan* and V.K Gupta. April 2009. Efficacy of non purine cytokinins on shoot regeneration in vitro in sugarcane. Indian Journal of Biotechnology. NISCAIR Vol8, pp 227-231. ISSN: 0975-0967 (Online); 0972-5849 (Print). IF 0.4

Patents/Trademarks/Accession numbers

9.Vandana Vinayak: NCBI:2023.

LOCUS       OQ619015                 714 bp    DNA     linear   PLN 19-MAR-2023
DEFINITION  Haematococcus lacustris strain NS4_E06.ab1 small subunit ribosomal
            RNA gene, partial sequence.

8. Vandana Vinayak: NCBI:2023.

LOCUS       OQ619014                 675 bp    DNA     linear   PLN 19-MAR-2023
DEFINITION  Haematococcus lacustris strain NS1_E01.ab1 small subunit ribosomal
            RNA gene, partial sequence.

7. Vandana Vinayak*, Mohd Jahir Khan and Richard Gordon. Construction of Diatom solar panels. Patent Filed. 2021

  1. VandanaVinayak*, Richard Gordon, KhashtiBallabh Joshi and Benoit Schoefs. “Diafuel.” 2018 Trademark application no 3778882. Trade Marks Journal No: 1846 , 23/04/2018 Class 4 (Granted)
  2. S Gautam and VandanaVinayak2017. NCBI BIOPROJECT Accession No. PRJNA341506. Sequence read archive Diadesmis isolate accession no. SRR5219722 and SRR5219724. National center of biotechnology information, United States of America.
  3. SGVV Raw sequence reads has been deposited in NCBI with BioProject Accession number: PRJNA385919, Biosample Accession number: SAMN06920680, Sequence Read Archives (SRA) Accession number: SRX2796165, SRX2796164, SRX2796163, SRX2796162, SRX2796161, SRX2796160, SRX2796159, SRX2796158, SRX2796157, SRX2796156 and sequence of Diadesmis isolate: DCSV | breed: EUKARYOTIC | cultivar: SHRISTY GAUTAM Raw sequence reads has been submitted in NCBI with BioProject Accession number: PRJNA341506, BiosampleAccesion number: SAMN05725685, Sequence read Archive (SRA) Accession number: SRX2795411, SRX2795407, SRX2795408, SRX2795406, SRX2795410, SRX2795409, SRX2529758, SRX2507813.
  4. Vinayak2012. NCBI Gene Bank Accession No. JX033703 347 bp DNA linear LN 26-JUN-2012 Definition Nitzschia palea strain nitz r1 16S ribosomal RNA gene, partial sequence; chloroplast. National centre of biotechnology information, United States of America.
  5. Vinayak2012.NCBI Gene Bank Accession No. JX033704 335 bp DNA linear PLN6-JUN-2012 Definition Nitzschia palea strain nitz r4 18S ribosomal RNA gene, partial sequence. National centre of biotechnology information, United States of America.
  6. Vandana Vinayak2011 Accession no. for depositing pure diatom strain “Nitzschiapalea” NMCC DV0101 at Department of Microbiology, North Maharashtra University Jalgaon.

Diatom Nano Engineering

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