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Dr. Ravi Kant Upadhyay

Professor, Department of Zoology
M.Sc. M. M. Phil, Ph D
S.NO.ExamSpecialityInstitute/UniversityYear
1 B.Sc.ZoologyAgra University, Agra1986
2 MScZoology Agra University, Agra1988
3 M.Phil.ZoologyAgra University, Agra1990
4 PhDZoology, Insect BiochemistryUniversity of Delhi1997
  • Entomology
  • Fishries
  • Insect Biochemistry & Immunology
S.NO.DesignationCollege/InstituteFromToTotal Exp.
1 ProfessorDepartment of Zoology06/04/2016 01/12/2022 (Till) 6 Years 8 Months
2 Associate professorDepartment of Zoology06/04/2013 05/04/2016 3 Years 0 Months
3 ReaderDepartment of Zoology06/04/2010 05/04/2013 3 Years 0 Months
4 Senior lecturerDepartment of Zoology06/04/2005 05/04/2010 5 Years 0 Months
5 LecturerDepartment of Zoology06/04/2001 05/04/2005 4 Years 0 Months
6 LecturerInstitute of Basic Sciences, Agra University, Agra. 13/10/1997 30/06/2000 2 Years 8 Months
S.NO.YearTitle of the professional development ProgrammeDate and Duration (from – to)
1 2015Organized a two days capacity building ICT workshop on March 21st and 22nd 2015 to launch Integratin Spoken Tutorial Project (ISTP) in collaboration with IIT Bombay, March 21st and 22nd 2015
2 2015Organized a U.G.C sponsored refresher course on “Uses and applications of IT” 25th of June 2015 to 15th of July 2015

Teaching

UG Experience: 16 Year(s)
Courses
  • Ecology
  • Evolution
  • Animal Physiology
  • Biotechnology

PG Experience: 19 Year(s)
Courses
  • Tools and techniques
  • Comparative embryology
  • Immunology
  • Gene expression

Research

Total Research Experience: 30
  • Entomology
  • Fishries
  • Insect Biochemistry & Immunology
  
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Recently published: (Recent to past)

 

1. Upadhyay R. K.  and  PrajapatiKK (2020). Effects of paper wasp (Polistesflavus) venom toxins on lactic dehydrogenase (LDH) and acetylcholinesterase (AChE) activity in blood serum, liver and muscles of albino mice.World Journal of Advanced Research and Reviews. 06(01); 173-184.

 

2. Upadhyay R. K. (2020). Thermal-Aroma-Organic-Carbon-Fusion Therapy: An Open AirConventional Method for clearance of nasal air passage, trachea, lungs andimmunity boosting against Influenza Virus, . Intern. J. Zool. Invest. 6(1): 71-00, 2020.  https://doi.org/10.33745/ijzi.2020.v06i01.007.

 

3. UpadhyayR.K. (2020), Coronavirus transmission-- accidental risks, facts and challengeswith special reference to India: A review. Intern. J. Zool. Invest. 6 (1):196-216, 2020. https://doi.org/10.33745/ijzi.2020.v06i01.016

 

4. UpadhyayR.K.  (2020 Pharmaceutical, insecticidal,and therapeutic potential of Amaltash (Cassia fistula family:Caesalpinioideae), International Journal of Green Pharmacy • Jul-Sep 2020 • 14(3): 1-14.

 

5. Upadhyay R. K.(2020) Markers for Global Climate Change and Its Impact on Social, Biologicaland Ecological Systems: A Review, American Journal of Climate Change, 2020,9:1-45.

 

6. Upadhyay R. K.(2020). Pharmaceutical, insecticidal, and therapeutic potential of Amaltash(Cassia fistula family: Caesalpinioideae, International Journal of GreenPharmacy • Jul-Sep 2020 • 14 (3) | 1.

 

7. Upadhyay R. K. andShweta Pandey (2020). Fish venom toxins: natural source of pharmaceuticals andtherapeutic agents. International Journal of Pharmacy and PharmaceuticalSciences, Accepted for publication.

8. Upadhyay R. K. (2020). Anti-hyperlipidemicand cardioprotective effects of plant natural products: A review

9. Upadhyay R. K. and Gupta Ravi Kumar (2019) Effects of purified venom toxins from spider Crossopriza lyoni onhematological parameters in albino mice. WJPPS  Vol 8, Issue 3,  1454-1467

 

10. Upadhyay R. K.  and Krishna Kumar Prajapati 2019 Wasp Polistes flavus venom induced GOT and GPT alterations in the serum,liver and muscles of Albino mice. WJPPS/13650/8/2019

 

11. Upadhyay R. K.and Prajapati KK  2019 Effects ofpurified paper (yellow) wasp (Polistes flavus) venomtoxins on phosphatase enzyme activity in blood serum, liver and gastrocnemiusmuscle tissue of albino mice, Intern. J. Zool. Invest. 5 (1): 01-15.

 

12. Upadhyay R. K.  2019. Stem cell therapy for management of acute pancreatitis. Sc.iFed   Journal on StemCells. 1:1

 

13. Upadhyay R. K.and Prajapati KK  2019  In vivoeffects of the purified venom of Polistesflavus on blood bio-molecules in albino mice. Accepted for publication inCanadian Journal of Biomedical Research and Technology.

 

14. Upadhayay Ravi Kant and Gupta Ravi Kumar Spider Crossopriza lyoni purified venom toxininduced bio-molecular alterations in blood of albino mice. Intern. J. Zool.Invest. 5 (1): 60-73

 

15. Upadhyay R. K. (2019).Emerging Concepts in Medicinal Chemistry for Development of High Potency Drugsand Diagnostics. Open Access J Oncol 2019, 2(1): 180007.

 

16. Ravi Kant Upadhyay (2019.  Clinical Issues Related to Safe Procurement ofOrgan Transplants, Its Successes, Failures and Alternatives. SF J Stem Cell 2:1

 

 

 17.  R.K. Upadhyay 2018. Stem cell therapy for management of acute pancreatitis.SciFed Journal on Stem Cells. 1:1-10.

 

18. . R.K.Upadhyay 2018. Mitochondrial Ca2+ levels lowerdown rate of metabolic diseases and cardiomyopathies. Journal ofStem Cell Research & Therapeutics.  

 

 19. .R.K. Upadhyay 2018. Lipoproteins as carrier vehicles.Journal of Stem Cell Research & Therapeutics. 2018;4(3):52‒62.  

 

20. R.K. Upadhyay 2018.AnimalVenom Derived Toxins are Novel Analgesics for Treatment of Arthritis. Journalof Molecular Sciences. Vol.2 No.1:6, pp1-10.

 

21. . Upadhyay R. K. and Ravi Kumar Gupta2018. Spider venom toxins, its purification,

solubilization,and antimicrobial activity. InternationalJournal of Green Pharmacy. International Journal of Green Pharmacy. Jan-Mar 2018 (Suppl) •12 (1): : S200

 

 

22.. KrishnaKumar Prajapati and Ravi Kant Upadhyay, 2018. Wasp venom toxin inducedhematological changes in albino mice. World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research. DOI: 10.20959/wjpr20165-6125

 

23. Ravi KantUpadhyay, 2018. Use of animal venom peptides/toxins in cancer therapeutics. Current Trends in BiomedicalEngineering & Biosciences

 

24.  Upadhyay RK (2017).  Role of Calcium Bio-Minerals in RegenerativeMedicine and Tissue Engineering. J  StemCell Res Ther 2(6): 00081. DOI: 10.15406/jsrt.2017.02.00081

 

25. . Upadhyay RK . Scope andReliability of Modern to Ancient System of Medicine: A Need to Develop BestPractices, Formulations and  Scaling forBetter Health Care. Curr Trends Biomedical Eng & Biosci. 2017; 4(5):555648. DOI: 10.19080/CTBEB.2017.04.555648.

 

26. Upadhyay RK   and Prajapati K. K. 2017. Yellow wasp wasp Polistesflavus Venom Protein, Its Purification, Solubilization and Antimicrobial  Activity. Biomed J Sci & Tech Res.1(1)-2017. BJSTR.MS.ID.000141.

 

27. R.K. Upadhyay2017. Corneal defects/disorders and stem cell therapeutics. Glob J IntellectDev Disabil. 2017; 3(1): 555603.

 

28.  .R.K. Upadhyay 2017. Cell Replacement Therapyfor Optic Nerve Disorders. (2017) J Stem Cell Regen Biol 3(2):  1- 13.

 

29. Upadhyay RK (2016) Neonatal Eye Defects and its Stem CellTherapeutics. Int J Stem Cell Res Transplant. 04(6), 195-215. DOI : dx.doi.org/10.19070/2328-3548-1600032

 

30.  Ravi Kant Upadhyay. 2017. Cell ReplacementTherapy for Optic Nerve Disorders. (2017) J Stem Cell Regen Biol 3(1): 145-157.

 

31. R.K. Upadhyay2017. Role of biologicalscaffolds, hydro gels and stem cells in tissue regeneration therapy" Advances in Tissue Engineering &Regenerative Medicine, 21(2):00020. Doi:10.15406/atroa.2017.00020.

 

32 . Ravi Kant Upadhyay,2017. Use of polysaccharide hydrogels in drugdelivery and tissue engineering . Advances in Tissue Engineering &Regenerative Medicine. 2(2): 00022. DOI:10.15406/atroa.2017.02.00022.

 

33. R.K. Upadhyay 2017. Tulsi: A holy plant with high medicinal andtherapeutic value, International Journalof Green Pharmacy, Jan-March 2017 Suppl. Issue. 11(1)  S1-S11.

 

34. R.K. Upadhyay 2017. Nutritional, therapeutic, and pharmaceutical potential ofplant gums: A review, International Journal of Green Pharmacy 11 (1) S30-S48.

 

35. R.K. Upadhyay 2017. Radiation therapeutics and its acute effects on human body. 2017, 5(2), 36-61. DOI:10.12691/jephh-5-2-2.

 

36. R.K. Upadhyay 2017. Nutritionaland Therapeutic Potential of Allium Vegetables.  Journal of Nutritional Therapeutics, 2017,6, 18-37. DOI: https://doi.org/10.6000/1929-5634.2017.06.01.3.

 

37. R.K. Upadhyay 2017. Garlicinducedapoptosis, cell cycle check points and inhibitionof cancer cell 

proliferation.  Journal of Cancer Research and Treatment.2017,5(2), 35-54. DOI: 10.12691/jcrt-5-2-2.

           

       

38. R.K. Upadhyay 2017. Stem Cell Therapeutics of Acute LiverDiseases, Transplantation, and Regeneration . J Cell Sci Ther 8: 275. doi:10.4172/2157-7013. 1000275

    

39. R.K.Upadhyay 2017. Upadhyay RK (2017) Chronic Kidney Diseases and NanoparticleTherapeutics. J Tissue Sci Eng 8: 209. Doi: 10.4172/2157-7552.1000209

 

40. Upadhyay RK (2017) Confluence ofbiological researches for cure and therapeutics: an initiative from moleculesto medicine. J Biol Med Res. Vol.1 No.1: e005.

 

41. R.K. Upadhyay 2017. Therapeutic andnutraceutical properties of Cinnamomum tamala. Journal of Research&  Reviews. 6:3 2017.      

                 

            42. R.K. Upadhyay 2017. Plant pigments as dietary anticancer agents,accepted for publication in International Journal of Green Pharmacy. Jan-Mar 2018 (Suppl) •12 (1)|

 

43. R.K.Upadhyay 2017. Nutraceutical, therapeutic and pharmaceutical potential of Aloevera.  Plant pigments as dietary anticancer agents, International Journal ofGreen Pharmacy. Jan-Mar2018 (Suppl) • 12 (1)| S70

 

 

44. R.K. Upadhyay, 2016.  Anti-arthritic potential of plant naturalproducts; its use injoint pain medications and anti-inflammatory drug formulations InternationalJournal of Green Pharmacy,  Jul-Sep 2016(Suppl)  10 (3) | S1. (Peer reviewed)

 

45.Ravi Kant Upadhyay. 2016. Anti-diabeticpotential of plant natural products: A review. International   

Journal   of Green International Journal of Green Pharmacy,Jul-Sep 2016 (Suppl) , 10 (3):S1-S18.

 

46. R.K. Upadhyay 2016. Toxic effectsof Cassia alata on biochemical andenzymatic parameters of Triboilum castanaeum. Vol 5(8), 1255-1274. (Peer reviewed)

 

47.R. K. Upadhyay, 2016  Use of stem cellsin congenital heart diseases.  Journal ofStem Cell Research & Therapeutics  ,DOI: 10.15406/jsrt.2016.01.00021.(Peer reviewed)

 

48.R. K. Upadhyay, 2016. Neonatal eye defects and its stem cell therapeutics.  IntJ Stem Cell Res Transplant 04(6), 195-215. (Peer reviewed)

 

49.R.K. Upadhyay, 2016. Botanicals, its safe usage for control of insects andenvironmental management.  InternationalJournal of Zoological Investigations, 2(1):58-102. (Peer reviewed)

 

50. Prajapati,K.K. and Upadhyay, R.K. (2016) Antimicrobial Activity of Purified Toxins fromYellow Wasp Polistes flavus (Vespidae)against Certain Bacteria and Fungi,  Journal of Biosciences and Medicines  4, 95-104. http://dx.doi.org/10.4236/jbm.2016.47010. (Peerreviewed)

 

51. Upadhyay, R.K.and Gupta, R.K. (2016) Antimicrobial Activity of Purified Toxins from Crossoprizalyoni (Spider) againstCertain Bacteria and Fungi. Journal ofBiosciences and Medicines  4, 1-9.http://dx.doi.org/10.4236/jbm.2016.48001. (Peerreviewed)

 

52.R. K. Upadhyay, 2016. Emergence of Drug Resistance in Plasmodiun falciparum: Reasons of its Dispersal andTransmission  in Different ClimaticRegions of the World: a Review,  ClinicalMicrobiology and Infectious diseases . Vol (1):45-55. (Peer reviewed)

 

53.R. K. Upadhyay, 2016. Garlic. A source herbal medicine and Cancer Therapy,World Journal of  Pharmaceutical Research5(4):1794-1839. (Peer reviewed)

 

54.R. K. Upadhyay, (2016) Garlic: A potential source of pharmaceuticals andpesticides, International Journal of Green Pharmacy, 10(1): S1-S28.

 

55.R. K. Upadhyay, Nutraceutical, pharmaceutical and therapeutic uses of Allium cepa: International Journal ofGreen Pharmacy 2016);10(1): S46-S64.(Peer reviewed)

 

56. R. K. Upadhyay, Use of stem cells indental implants and enamel regenerative therapies, Insight in Stem cells ,(2016); 2(1):9-27. (Peer reviewed)

 

57. R. K. Upadhyay, Bel plant: A source ofpharmaceuticals and ethno medicines, International Journal of Green Pharmacy 2016; 9(4):204-222. (Peer reviewed)

 

5. R. K. Upadhyay, 2016. Garlic: A source of herbal medicines for cancerTherapy, World Journal of  PharmaceuticalResearch, 5(4):1794-1839. SJIF Impactfactor 6.805 (Peer reviewed)

 

59. R. K. Upadhyay, and Ravi Kumar Gupta, 2016, Spider venom toxins, itsbiological effects and allergic immune responses, A review, World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research, 5(5):88-131. SJIF Impact factor6.805 (Peer reviewed)

 

60. Ravi Kant Upadhyay* andKrishna Kumar Prajapati  Wasp venomgenerated toxic effects, allergic immune responses and immunotherapy.World Journal of  PharmaceuticalResearch, (5):451-501. SJIF Impact factor 6.805 (Peer reviewed).e 5, Issue 5, 451-501.

 

61. R. K. Upadhyay2016. Garlic: A potential source of pharmaceuticals and pesticides,International Journal of Green Pharmacy, 10(1): (2016);10(1): S1-S28. A review (Peer reviewed)

 

62. R. K. Upadhyay2016. Nutraceutical, pharmaceutical and therapeutic uses of Allium cepa: International Journal ofGreen Pharmacy, 10(1): S46-S64. (Peerreviewed)

 

63. R. K. Upadhyay,2016.Use of stem cells in dental implants and enamel regenerative therapies.Insight in Stem cells. 2(1):9 (Peerreviewed)

 

64. R. K.Upadhyay, 2015.  Bel plant: A source ofpharmaceuticals and ethno medicines , International Journal of Green Pharmacy,9(4):204-222. (Peer reviewed)

 

65. R. K. Upadhyay 2015. Antimicrobial activity of fruit latexes from ten laticiferousplants. American Journal of Plant Sciences 6, 483-499.doi: 10.4236/ajps.2015.63053 (Impact factor 0.96). Manuscript ID: 2601898. (Peer reviewed)

 

66. R. K. Upadhyay 2015.  Botanicals; safe usage in pest control andenvironmental management, American Journal of Plant Sciences and coming inFebruary 2015 issue. (Impact factor 0.96). Manuscript ID:2601904.(Peer reviewed).

 

67. R. K. Upadhyay 2015. Epidemiology,disease transmission and pathogenesis caused by Japanese encephalitis virus:its prevention and control. Accepted for publication in American Journal ofInfectious diseases and Microbiology. 01/2015; 3(31):38-64.Manuscript ID:10011900097. (Peer reviewed).

 

68. R. K. Upadhyay 2015.Cleome viscosa Linn. A natural source of pharmaceuticals andpesticides. International Journal of Green Pharmacy. 9(2):71-85. (Peer reviewed)

 

69. R. K. Upadhyay 2015.Emerging riskbiomarkers in cardiovascular diseases and disorders. Article ID 971453. Journal of lipids 04/2015; 2015,:1-50. (Peer reviewed)

 

70. R. K.Upadhyay. 2015. GC-MS analysis and in vitro antimicrobial susceptibility of Foenicum vulgare seed essential oil. American Journal of Plant Sciences, 2015;06(07)1058-1068DOI 10.4236/ajps.2015.67110.(Peer reviewed).

 

71. R. K. Upadhyay2015. Role of regeneration in tissue repairing and therapies. Journal ofRegenerative Medicine & Tissue Engineering. Volume 4 | Article 1, pp 1-30.,Doi:10:7243/2050-1218-4-1. (Peerreviewed)

 

72. R. K. Upadhyay(2014). Immuno-cytochemical localization of cholesterol binding proteins in S. gregaria (Forskal). African Journal of Biotechnology. Vol 13 (28), pp2884-2896, 9 Jul 2014. (Impact factor 0.547) (Peer reviewed)

 

73. Ravi KantUpadhyay, (2014). Evaluation of antibacterial and antifungal activity of olive(Olea europaea) essential oil, International Journal of GreenPharmacy. 2014;8:180-186. (Peerreviewed)

 

74. Ravi KantUpadhyay, (2014). Ethnomedicinal, pharmaceutical and pesticidal uses of Calotropis procera (Aiton) (Family: Asclepiadaceae), International Journal of GreenPharamcy.2014; 8;135-146. (Peer reviewed)

 

75. Ravi KantUpadhyay (2014). Drug delivery systems,CNS protection and the blood brain barrier,  Biomed Research International. Vol 2014,article ID 869269, 37pages , http://dx.org/10.1155/2014.  (Impactfactor 2.76) (Peer reviewed)

 

76. Ravi KantUpadhyay (2014).  Evolution of newvariants/mutants of JE virus, its effect on neurovirulence, antigenicity, hostimmune responses and disease transmission in endemic areas. Journal of Viruses,Volume 2013, Article ID 830396, 24 pages. http//dx.doi.org/10.5402/2013/830396.Peer reviewed

 

77. Ravi KantUpadhyay (2014) Endothelial transport, CNS protection and BBB. InternationalScholarly Research Notices, Vol. 2014. Article ID 309404, 39 pages.http;//dx.doi.org/10.1155/2014/209404. (Peerreviewed)

 

78. R. K. Upadhyay(2014). Flower visiting, nectar feeding and oviposition behavioralresponses in

lepidopteran,hymenopteran and dipteran pollen collecting insect vectors,  International Journal of Chemical andBiochemical Sciences IJCBS, 5(2014):26-37. (Peerreviewed)

 

79. R. K.Upadhyay (2013). Bio-efficacy oflatex extracts from plant species Thevetianerifolia, and Artocarpus heterophyllus, Ficus glomerata and Calotropis procera onsurvival, feeding, development and reproductive behavior of Spodoptera litura (F.) Noctuidae:Lepidoptera).International Journal of Chemical and Biochemical Sciences, IJCBS,4(2013):86-98. (Peer reviewed)

 

80. R. K.Upadhyay (2013), Biomarkers in Japanese Encephalitis: A review. Biomed ResearchInternational.http://dx.doi.org/.55/2013/59290. (Impact factor 2.76) (Peer reviewed)

 

81. R. K.Upadhyay (2013), Japanese Encephalitis Virus generated neurovirulence,antigenicity and host immune responses, ISRN Virology, volume 13 ID 80396. 24pages. (Peer reviewed)

 

82. R. K. Upadhyay,(2013). Effects of plant latex based anti-termite formulations on Indian Whitetermite Odontoterems obesus(Isoptera: Termitidae) in sub-tropical high infestation areas. Open journal ofAnimal Sciences Vol.3, no. 4, pp. 281-294,(Impact factor 0.77), (Peer reviewed)

 

83. R. K.Upadhyay, Shoeb Ahmad, G.G.H.A Shadab, (2013). Effects of Asian honey bee (Apis cerana) venom on dynamics of bloodbiochemical parameters of hepatic function in albino rats. World Journal ofPharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences, 2(5): 3255-3261. (Peer reviewed)

 

84. R. K Upadhyay.(2013). Latex and plant food allergens, its clinical effects anddiagnosis: A review InternationalJournal of Chemical and Biochemical Sciences. 3:120-131. (Peer reviewed)

 

85. R.K. Upadhyay (2013).Insecticidal activities of (Capparis decidua: Capparidaceae) a DesertShrub: a Review. World Journal of Zoology. 8(1):75-93. (Peer reviewed)

 

86. Ravi Kant Upadhyay and  Neeraj Yadav (2012).Insecticidal potential  of aqueous andsolvent extracts of Cassia fistula, Cleome viscose and Capparis decidua against Callosobruchuschinensis L. (Coleoptera: Bruchidae), International Journal of Chemical and Biochemical Sciences,1(2012):91-98. (Peer reviewed)

 

87. R. K.Upadhyay. (2012). Plant latex: its toxicity and defense against herbivorousinsects: A review, International Journal of Current Research 4(01): 5-10.Review article. (Peer reviewed)

 

88. R. K. Upadhyay (2012). Kareel plant: A natural source of medicines andnutrients. .  International Journal of Green Pharmacy.DOI:10.4103/0973-8258,94344. Pp. 255-265. Review article. (Peer reviewed), (Impact factor TM 2.667India)

 

89. R. K. Upadhyay 2012. Toxic effects of Cassia alata on biochemical andenzymatic parameters of Triboliumcastaneum. Accepted for publication in African Journal of Food,Agriculture, Nutritional and Development. (AJFAND)(Peer Reviewed Journal).

 

90. R. K. Upadhyay 2012. Insecticidalpotential of Capparis decidua to Rhizopertha dominica (Fabr.)(Coleoptera: Bostrichidae). World Journal of Agriculture Science 8(3):269-279. (Peer reviewed).

 

91. R. K. Upadhyay 2012. Insecticidal andoviposition inhibition efficacy of Capparisdecidua to Sitophilous oryzaeLinn. (Coleoptera: Curculionidae). International Journal of Chemical andBiochemical Sciences. 2: 14-23.(Peer reviewed)

 

92. R. K.Upadhyay, and Shoeb Ahmad. (2012). Ethno-medicinal plants and theirpharmaceutical potential. Journal of Pharmacy Research. 2,5(4):2162-2173. Review article. (Peer reviewed), (Impact factor TM 2.667 India).

 

93. R.K. Upadhyay 2011. Plantlatex:  a natural source ofpharmaceuticals and pesticides: A review. International Journal of Green Pharmacy,. Vol 5(3) 169-180. Review article. (Peer reviewed)

 

94. R. K.Upadhyay and Shoeb Ahmad 2011. Japanese encephalitis virus (JEV): it’sepidemiology, disease and vector control with special reference to immunesurveillance and safety measures: A review. Journal of Pharmacy Research.  4(8):2490-2499. Review article. (Peer reviewed)

 

95. R. KUpadhyay and Shoeb Ahmad 2011. Management strategies for control of storedgrain insect pests in farmer stores and public warehouses. World Journal ofAgricultural Sciences, 7(5):549-2011. Review article. (Peer reviewed)

 

96. R. KUpadhyay and Shoeb Ahmad. (2011). A review on spider toxins a useful source ofpharmacological peptides. Journal of Pharmacy Research. 4(4): 1169-1172. Review article. (Peer reviewed), (Impactfactor TM 2.667 India)

 

97. R. K.Upadhyay, and Shoeb Ahmad. (2011). Production of polyclonal antibodies againstIndian honeybee (Apis indica) venomtoxins and it’s efficacy in reversal of toxic effects. African Journal ofBiotechnology. 10(53):10991-11003.Impact Factor 0.573, (Peer reviewed)

 

98. R. K.Upadhyay, (2011). Emergence of drug resistance in microbes, its dissemination and targetmodification of antibiotics: a life threatening problem to human society.International Journal of Pharamceutical and Biomedical Sciences. Vol.2(4), 2011, 119-137. Review article.

 

99. R. K.Upadhyay. (2011). Symbiotic and non-symbiotic micro flora of termite gut: aunique nonhuman agricultural system that can recyclephoto-synthetically fixed carbon and nutrients. Journal of Pharmacy Research.4(4): 1161-1166. Review article. (Peer reviewed), (Impact factor TM 2.667India).

 

100. R. K.Upadhyay (2011). Plant natural products: Their pharmaceutical potential againstdiseases and drug resistant microbial pathogens. Journal of Pharmacy Research.4(4): 1179-1185. (Impact factor TM 2.667India)

 

101. R. K.Upadhyay, Partibha Dwivedi and Shoeb Ahmad. (2011). Antifungal activity of 16plant essential oils against S.cerevisiae,Rhizopus stolonifer and Aspergillus flavus. Journal of PharmacyResearch. 4(4): 1153-1156. (Impactfactor TM 2.667 India)

 

102. Ravi KantUpadhyay, Gayatri Jaiswal, Shoeb Ahmad, Leena Khanna and Subhash Chand Jain(2011). Anti-termite activities of C. decidua extracts and pure compoundsagainst Indian white termite Odontotermesobesus (Isoptera: Odontotermitidae). Psyche: A Journal of EntomologyHindawi Publishing Corporation,  ArticleID 820245, 9 pages, (Peer reviewed).

 

103. R. K.Upadhyay, Rajani Tripathi and Shoeb Ahmad. 2011. Antimicrobial activity of twoIndian Medicinal plants Tinosporacordifolia (Family: Menispermeaceae) and Cassia fistula ( Family Caesalpinaceae) against human pathogenicbacteria. Journalof Pharmacy Research 4(1), 167-170. (Impactfactor TM 2.667 India)

 

104. R. KUpadhyay, Neeraj Yadav, Shoeb Ahmad (2011). Insecticidal potential of Capparis decidua on biochemical andenzymatic parameters of Triboliumcastaneum (Herbst). Acta Universitatis Sapientiae Agriculture andEnvironment. 3: 45-67.

 

105. R. KUpadhyay, Neeraj Yadav, Shoeb Ahmad (2011). Assessment of toxic effects ofsolvent and aqueous extracts of Capparisdecidua on biochemical and enzymatic parameters of Callosobruchus chinensis L. (Coleoptera: Bruchidae). ActaUniversitatis Sapientiae Agriculture and Environment. 3: 68-92.

 

106. R. KUpadhyay and Shoeb Ahmad (2011). Biochemical and enzymatic alterations in miceinjected with honeybee (Apis indica)venom gland extract. Journal of Pharmacy Research. 4(7):1965-1972. (Impact factor TM 2.667 India)

 

107. R. KUpadhyay, Neeraj Yadav, Shoeb Ahmad (2011).Toxic effects of solvent and aqueousextracts of Cassia alata againstbio-molecules and enzymatic parameters of Callosobruchuschinensis L. (Coleoptera: Bruchidae:). Pelagia Research Library, Advances in Applied Science Research,  2 (2): 367-381.

 

108. R. K.Upadhyay (2010). Animal proteins and peptides: Anticancer and antimicrobialpotential. Journal of Pharmacy Research. 3(12) Review article. (Impactfactor TM 2.667 India)

 

109. R. K.Upadhyay and Shoeb Ahmad (2010). Allergic and toxic responses of insect venomand it’s immunotherapy. Journal of Pharmacy Research. 3(12):3123-3128. Review article. (Impact factor TM 2.667India)

 

110. R. K. Upadhyay, Gayatri Jaiswal and Shoeb Ahmad (2010.).Anti-termite efficacy of Capparis deciduaand its combinatorial mixtures for the control of Indian white termite Odontotermes obesus (Isoptera:Odontotermitidae) in Indian soil. Journal of Applied Science andEnvironmental Management. 14(3):101-105.Peer reviewed)

 

111. R. K.Upadhyay Gayatri Jaiswal and Shoeb Ahmad. (2010). Biochemical and enzymaticalterations after application of fipronil, thiomethoxam and malathion to Odontotermes obesus (Isoptera:Termitidae). Acta Universitatis Sapientiae Agriculture and Environment. 2,58-79. Peer reviewed)

 

112. R. K.Upadhyay Gayatri Jaiswal and Shoeb Ahmad (2010). Termiticidal effects of Capparis decidua on biochemical andenzymatic parameters of Odontotermesobesus (Isoptera: Termitidae). Acta Universitatis Sapientiae Agricultureand Environment. 2, 80-110. Peerreviewed)

 

113. R. K.Upadhyay, Pratibha Dwivedi and Shoeb Ahmad (2010). Screening of antibacterialactivity of six plant essential oils against pathogenic bacterial strains.Asian Journal of Medical Sciences 2(3):152-158. (Impact factor 0.995). Peer reviewed)

 

114. R. K.Upadhyay, Shoeb Ahmad, Rajani Tripathi Leena Rohtagi and Subhash C. Jain.(2010). Screening of antimicrobial potential of extracts and pure compoundsisolated from Capparis decidua.Journal of Medicinal Plants Research. 4(6), 439-445. Impact factor 0.244, (Peerreviewed)

 

115. R. K.Upadhyay, Pratibha Dwivedi and Shoeb Ahmad. (2010). Antimicrobial activity ofphoto-activated cow urine against certain pathogenic bacterial strains. AfricanJournal of Biotechnology. 9(4): 518-522.Impactfactor 0.65. (Peer reviewed)

 

116. R. K.Upadhyay. (2010). Essential oils: Anti-microbial,anti-helminthic, anti-vitral,anti-cancer and anti-insect properties. Journal of Applied Biosciences. 36(1):1-22. Review article. (Peer reviewed)

 

117. R. K.Upadhyay and S. Ahmad (2010). Effects of honeybee (Apis indica) venom toxins on hematological parameters in albinomice. Journal of Applied Biosciences. 36(1): 58-63. (Peer reviewed)

 

118. R. K.Upadhyay and Gayatri Jaiswal. (2009). Termite management: control methods andstrategies. Journal of Applied Biosciences. 35(2): 110-126.  Review article.  (Peer reviewed)

 

119. R K Upadhyay and M. K. Chaubey(2008).  Biochemical and enzymaticchanges after black scorpion Heterometrousfastigiousus Couzin envenomation in experimental albino mice. Journal ofapplied Toxicology, 28:874-884. (Peerreviewed). Impact factor 3.174.

 

120. R. K. Upadhayay and Shoeb Ahmad (2008):Antimicrobial activity of purified honeybee toxins against seven bacteria. JAppl. Bioscience., 34(2): 157-162. (Peerreviewed)

 

121. Upadhyay, R. K. 2008. Animal toxins:action mechanism and pharmacological effects. J.  AppliedBioscience, 34 (1): 18-35. Reviewarticle. (Peer reviewed)

 

122. R. K. Upadhyay and Agarwal H. C. (2008).Role of lipoproteins in cholesterol trafficking in insects- A Review. Journalof Applied Biosciences. Appl. Bioscience. 33(2): 96-110. Review article. (Peer reviewed)

 

123. R. K. Upadhyay and S. Ahmad. (2008).Isolation, purification and characterization of venom toxins from Indian RedScorpion, Mesobuthus tamulus. Journal of Cell and Tissue Research 8(1)1297-1302. (Peer reviewed)

 

124. Upadhyay,R. K, Ahmad, S, Jaiswal, G, Dwivedi P. and Tripathi, R.  (2008). Antimicrobial effects of Cleomeviscosa and Trigonella foenum graecum seed extracts. Journal of Celland Tissue Research.8 (2), 1355-1360. (Peerreviewed)

 

125. R. K. Upadhyay and Gayatri Jaiswal(2007). Biochemical alterations in blood parameters by marble stone dust incraft workers. Journal of Cell and Tissue Research 7(2): 1141-116. (Peer reviewed)

 

126. R. K. Upadhyay and Gayatri Jaiswal andNeeraj Yadav. (2007). Toxicity, repellency and oviposition inhibition activityof some essential oils against Callosobruchus chinensis. J of AppliedBiosciences. 33(1): 21-26. (Peerreviewed)

 

127. R. K.Upadhyay and Gayatri Jaiswal (2007). Evaluation of biological activities of Pipernigrum oil against Triboliumcastaneum. Bulletin of Insectology 60(1): 57-61. (Peer reviewed), Impactfactor 0.722.

 

128. R. K.Upadhyay, (2007) Bioethical issues related to clinical use of human cells,tissues and organs. Bioinformatics India Journal, Vol. 2 Issue-2, 93-101. (Peer reviewed) 

 

129. R. K.Upadhyay Leena Rohtagi, Mukesh K Chaubey and Subhash C Jain. (2006).Ovipositional responses of the pulse beetle, Bruchus chinensis(Coleoptera: Bruchidae) to extracts and compounds of Capparis decidua. Journal of Agricultural and foodChemistry. 54: 9747-9751. (Peer reviewed),  Impact factor3.107.

 

130. R. K. Upadhyay, S. C Jain, M. K. Pandeyand Rohtash Kumar. (2006). Alkaloids from Toddalia aculeata.  Phytochemistry. 67:1005-1010. (Peerreviewed),  (Impact factor 3.35)

 

131. R. K. Upadhyay and Amit Vashistha(2006)  Polyploidy: Genetic improvementof plants and animals.   Journal ofApplied Biosciences. 32(2): 126-134. (Peer reviewed),  Reviewarticle.

 

132. R.K. Upadhyay, H.C. Agarwal, and R. Dhar(2005). Electrophoretic separation of cholesterol binding proteins.  Journal of Applied Biosciences. 31(1); 1-14.(Peer reviewed), 

 

133. R.K. Upadhyay (2004). Role of socialgenes in socialization of insects. Biological Memoirs.  2004. Vol 31: 47-58.  Review article. (Peer reviewed), 

 

134. R. K. Upadhyay (2003). Computationalanalysis of evolutionary divergence of scorpion toxins. Indian Journal ofBiochemistry and Biophysics 40: 51-58. (Peer reviewed),  Impact factor 1.077.

 

135. R.K. Upadhyay (2003). Ecological foodhabits, aggression and home range in Presbytis entellus entellus (Dufresne)Indian Journal of Applied and Pure Biology. 18(1): 111-126. (Peer reviewed) 

 

136. R.K. Upadhyay, R. Dhar and H. C.Agarwal, (2002). Protein mediated cholesterol absorption in Locusts Schistocercagregaria (Forskal) and Locusta migratoria (Linn). Indian Journal ofExperimental Biology. Vol 40. 158-167. (Peer reviewed). Impact factor 0.753. 

 

137. R.K. Upadhyay. (2002). Assessment ofprogressive independence and dominance in non- human primate Presbytisentellus entellus (Dufresne) Indian Journal of Applied and PureBiology.17(2)92-102. (Peerreviewed) 

 

138. R. K. Upadhyay (2002). Evolutionarydivergence and chemical homologies in the web spider toxin family. IndianJournal of Applied and Pure Biology 17(1):1-6. (Peer reviewed) 

 

139. R.K. Upadhyay, Atri Gupta and P N Saxena(2001). Effect of zectran on biochemical parameters of Passer domesticus.Journal of Scientific and Industrial Research Vol 60, 668-674. (Peer reviewed), Impact factor 0.500. 

 

140. R. K. Upadhyay (2001). Gene therapy and genetic disorders.Published in JSIR 60,668-674. Review article. (Peer reviewed). Impact factor 0.500. 

 

141. R. K. Upadhyay (2002). Human genomesequencing, annotations and corrections, Published in JSIR 10(2): 165-174. Reviewarticle. (Peer reviewed) 

 

142. R.K. Upadhyay, R. Dhar and H.C. Agarwal(2000). Characterization of cholesterol binding sites in Schistocercagregaria and insect cell lines. Published in Journal of Scientific andIndustrial Research, 59:845-851. (Peerreviewed), Impact factor 0.500. 

 

143. R. K. Upadhyay (2000). Chemical homologyand phylogenetic divergence of certain animal cytotoxins Oriental Journal ofChemistry, 16(3): 481-488. (Peerreviewed) 

 

144. R.K. Upadhyay, R.B. Singh, H.C. Agarwal(1999). Organic synthesis of cholesterol amine. Published in Oriental Journalof Chemistry, 15(2) 307-310. (Peerreviewed) 

 

145. R. K.Upadhyay and H.C. Agarwal (1997). Cholesterol absorption in midgut oflocusts.  JSIR 5(2) 85-93. (Peer reviewed), Impact factor 0.500. 

 

146. R.K.Upadhyay and K.K. Gaur (1989). Certainstudies of vocalization in common Hanuman Lan

gur, Presbytisentellus entellus (Dufresne). J. Agri. Sci. Res. 31: 61 - 63. (Peer reviewed) 

 

147. R.K.Upadhyay and K.K. Gaur (1990). Group leading behavior of common Hanuman Langur Presbytis entellus entellus (Dufresne).J Agri Sci. Res. 32: 71 - 74, 1990. (Peerreviewed) 

 

 

 

Articles published:

 

1. R. K. Upadhyay 2002. Edible vaccines.Published in Vigyan Pragati Magazin. pp: 38-42.

 

2. R. K. Upadhyay, 2002. Animal toxins: theirmechanism of action. Published in Science Reporter.

 

3. R. K. Upadhyay, 2002, DNA computers:Published in Vigyan Pragati published by NISCOM, New Delhi.

 

4. R. K. Upadhyay, 2001, Biotechnology amultifaceted Science. Products and sources. Indian Research Journal of SocialSciences 6(1): 29-39.

 

5. R. K. Upadhyay, 2002. Role ofbiotechnology in Indian Agriculture. Vigyan Garima Sindhu. 40:96-102.

 

6. R. K. Upadhyay, 2003. Plant toxins.Allergic reactions and neurological problems. CURE, 9-14.

 

7. R. K. Upadhyay.2004. Biosensors: their uses and applications. Published in Bioinformatics India Journal, 2 (4): 67-72.

           8. R. K. Upadhyay, 2020. कोरोना वाइरस संक्रमण को रोकने के लिए ताप-सुँगन्ध विधि” Jubilee Post daily     

                Digital News paper, Lucknow.  5 May 2020.

 

           9. R. K. Upadhyay, 2020. Challengesand facts of community transmission, A composite thermal-aroma-organic-carbonfusion therapy for control of  corona fluvirus, Jubilee Post daily Digital News paper,Lucknow.  4-06-20.

 

        10. R. K. Upadhyay, 2020.   Issues ofmigrant workers with reference to Covid-19. 05-06-2020.

 

        11. R. K. Upadhyay, 2020. Coronavirusis not a natural virus; it is behaving like a silent and active bio-weapon, Jubilee Post daily Digital News paper, Lucknow.  23-06-2020

 

        12. R. K. Upadhyay, 2020. टिड्डी दल कामला एकभया संकट:नियंत्रण के उपाय, Jubilee Post daily Digital Newspaper, Lucknow.   10-7-2020.

 

13. R. K. Upadhyay, 2020.ब्यूबोनिकप्लेग:मानवइतिहासमेंसबसेखतरनाकसंक्रामकमहामारी20-7-2020 JubileePost daily Digital News paper, Lucknow. 

 

14. R. K. Upadhyay, 2020. जापानी इन्सेफ्लाइटिस (दिमागी बुखार): लक्षण, उपचार एवं रोकथाम के उपाय। 27-7-2020 Jubilee Post daily Digital News paper, Lucknow. 

 

15. R. K. Upadhyay, 2020. डेंगू ('हड्डीतोड़' बुखार)एक प्राणघातक संक्रामक बीमारी: लक्षण, उपचार एवं रोकथाम के उपाय।13-08-2020, JubileePost daily Digital News paper, Lucknow

 

 


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Recently published: (Recent to past)

 

1. Upadhyay R. K.  and  PrajapatiKK (2020). Effects of paper wasp (Polistesflavus) venom toxins on lactic dehydrogenase (LDH) and acetylcholinesterase (AChE) activity in blood serum, liver and muscles of albino mice.World Journal of Advanced Research and Reviews. 06(01); 173-184.

 

2. Upadhyay R. K. (2020). Thermal-Aroma-Organic-Carbon-Fusion Therapy: An Open AirConventional Method for clearance of nasal air passage, trachea, lungs andimmunity boosting against Influenza Virus, . Intern. J. Zool. Invest. 6(1): 71-00, 2020.  https://doi.org/10.33745/ijzi.2020.v06i01.007.

 

3. UpadhyayR.K. (2020), Coronavirus transmission-- accidental risks, facts and challengeswith special reference to India: A review. Intern. J. Zool. Invest. 6 (1):196-216, 2020. https://doi.org/10.33745/ijzi.2020.v06i01.016

 

4. UpadhyayR.K.  (2020 Pharmaceutical, insecticidal,and therapeutic potential of Amaltash (Cassia fistula family:Caesalpinioideae), International Journal of Green Pharmacy • Jul-Sep 2020 • 14(3): 1-14.

 

5. Upadhyay R. K.(2020) Markers for Global Climate Change and Its Impact on Social, Biologicaland Ecological Systems: A Review, American Journal of Climate Change, 2020,9:1-45.

 

6. Upadhyay R. K.(2020). Pharmaceutical, insecticidal, and therapeutic potential of Amaltash(Cassia fistula family: Caesalpinioideae, International Journal of GreenPharmacy • Jul-Sep 2020 • 14 (3) | 1.

 

7. Upadhyay R. K. andShweta Pandey (2020). Fish venom toxins: natural source of pharmaceuticals andtherapeutic agents. International Journal of Pharmacy and PharmaceuticalSciences, Accepted for publication.

8. Upadhyay R. K. (2020). Anti-hyperlipidemicand cardioprotective effects of plant natural products: A review

9. Upadhyay R. K. and Gupta Ravi Kumar (2019) Effects of purified venom toxins from spider Crossopriza lyoni onhematological parameters in albino mice. WJPPS  Vol 8, Issue 3,  1454-1467

 

10. Upadhyay R. K.  and Krishna Kumar Prajapati 2019 Wasp Polistes flavus venom induced GOT and GPT alterations in the serum,liver and muscles of Albino mice. WJPPS/13650/8/2019

 

11. Upadhyay R. K.and Prajapati KK  2019 Effects ofpurified paper (yellow) wasp (Polistes flavus) venomtoxins on phosphatase enzyme activity in blood serum, liver and gastrocnemiusmuscle tissue of albino mice, Intern. J. Zool. Invest. 5 (1): 01-15.

 

12. Upadhyay R. K.  2019. Stem cell therapy for management of acute pancreatitis. Sc.iFed   Journal on StemCells. 1:1

 

13. Upadhyay R. K.and Prajapati KK  2019  In vivoeffects of the purified venom of Polistesflavus on blood bio-molecules in albino mice. Accepted for publication inCanadian Journal of Biomedical Research and Technology.

 

14. Upadhayay Ravi Kant and Gupta Ravi Kumar Spider Crossopriza lyoni purified venom toxininduced bio-molecular alterations in blood of albino mice. Intern. J. Zool.Invest. 5 (1): 60-73

 

15. Upadhyay R. K. (2019).Emerging Concepts in Medicinal Chemistry for Development of High Potency Drugsand Diagnostics. Open Access J Oncol 2019, 2(1): 180007.

 

16. Ravi Kant Upadhyay (2019.  Clinical Issues Related to Safe Procurement ofOrgan Transplants, Its Successes, Failures and Alternatives. SF J Stem Cell 2:1

 

 

 17.  R.K. Upadhyay 2018. Stem cell therapy for management of acute pancreatitis.SciFed Journal on Stem Cells. 1:1-10.

 

18. . R.K.Upadhyay 2018. Mitochondrial Ca2+ levels lowerdown rate of metabolic diseases and cardiomyopathies. Journal ofStem Cell Research & Therapeutics.  

 

 19. .R.K. Upadhyay 2018. Lipoproteins as carrier vehicles.Journal of Stem Cell Research & Therapeutics. 2018;4(3):52‒62.  

 

20. R.K. Upadhyay 2018.AnimalVenom Derived Toxins are Novel Analgesics for Treatment of Arthritis. Journalof Molecular Sciences. Vol.2 No.1:6, pp1-10.

 

21. . Upadhyay R. K. and Ravi Kumar Gupta2018. Spider venom toxins, its purification,

solubilization,and antimicrobial activity. InternationalJournal of Green Pharmacy. International Journal of Green Pharmacy. Jan-Mar 2018 (Suppl) •12 (1): : S200

 

 

22.. KrishnaKumar Prajapati and Ravi Kant Upadhyay, 2018. Wasp venom toxin inducedhematological changes in albino mice. World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research. DOI: 10.20959/wjpr20165-6125

 

23. Ravi KantUpadhyay, 2018. Use of animal venom peptides/toxins in cancer therapeutics. Current Trends in BiomedicalEngineering & Biosciences

 

24.  Upadhyay RK (2017).  Role of Calcium Bio-Minerals in RegenerativeMedicine and Tissue Engineering. J  StemCell Res Ther 2(6): 00081. DOI: 10.15406/jsrt.2017.02.00081

 

25. . Upadhyay RK . Scope andReliability of Modern to Ancient System of Medicine: A Need to Develop BestPractices, Formulations and  Scaling forBetter Health Care. Curr Trends Biomedical Eng & Biosci. 2017; 4(5):555648. DOI: 10.19080/CTBEB.2017.04.555648.

 

26. Upadhyay RK   and Prajapati K. K. 2017. Yellow wasp wasp Polistesflavus Venom Protein, Its Purification, Solubilization and Antimicrobial  Activity. Biomed J Sci & Tech Res.1(1)-2017. BJSTR.MS.ID.000141.

 

27. R.K. Upadhyay2017. Corneal defects/disorders and stem cell therapeutics. Glob J IntellectDev Disabil. 2017; 3(1): 555603.

 

28.  .R.K. Upadhyay 2017. Cell Replacement Therapyfor Optic Nerve Disorders. (2017) J Stem Cell Regen Biol 3(2):  1- 13.

 

29. Upadhyay RK (2016) Neonatal Eye Defects and its Stem CellTherapeutics. Int J Stem Cell Res Transplant. 04(6), 195-215. DOI : dx.doi.org/10.19070/2328-3548-1600032

 

30.  Ravi Kant Upadhyay. 2017. Cell ReplacementTherapy for Optic Nerve Disorders. (2017) J Stem Cell Regen Biol 3(1): 145-157.

 

31. R.K. Upadhyay2017. Role of biologicalscaffolds, hydro gels and stem cells in tissue regeneration therapy" Advances in Tissue Engineering &Regenerative Medicine, 21(2):00020. Doi:10.15406/atroa.2017.00020.

 

32 . Ravi Kant Upadhyay,2017. Use of polysaccharide hydrogels in drugdelivery and tissue engineering . Advances in Tissue Engineering &Regenerative Medicine. 2(2): 00022. DOI:10.15406/atroa.2017.02.00022.

 

33. R.K. Upadhyay 2017. Tulsi: A holy plant with high medicinal andtherapeutic value, International Journalof Green Pharmacy, Jan-March 2017 Suppl. Issue. 11(1)  S1-S11.

 

34. R.K. Upadhyay 2017. Nutritional, therapeutic, and pharmaceutical potential ofplant gums: A review, International Journal of Green Pharmacy 11 (1) S30-S48.

 

35. R.K. Upadhyay 2017. Radiation therapeutics and its acute effects on human body. 2017, 5(2), 36-61. DOI:10.12691/jephh-5-2-2.

 

36. R.K. Upadhyay 2017. Nutritionaland Therapeutic Potential of Allium Vegetables.  Journal of Nutritional Therapeutics, 2017,6, 18-37. DOI: https://doi.org/10.6000/1929-5634.2017.06.01.3.

 

37. R.K. Upadhyay 2017. Garlicinducedapoptosis, cell cycle check points and inhibitionof cancer cell 

proliferation.  Journal of Cancer Research and Treatment.2017,5(2), 35-54. DOI: 10.12691/jcrt-5-2-2.

           

       

38. R.K. Upadhyay 2017. Stem Cell Therapeutics of Acute LiverDiseases, Transplantation, and Regeneration . J Cell Sci Ther 8: 275. doi:10.4172/2157-7013. 1000275

    

39. R.K.Upadhyay 2017. Upadhyay RK (2017) Chronic Kidney Diseases and NanoparticleTherapeutics. J Tissue Sci Eng 8: 209. Doi: 10.4172/2157-7552.1000209

 

40. Upadhyay RK (2017) Confluence ofbiological researches for cure and therapeutics: an initiative from moleculesto medicine. J Biol Med Res. Vol.1 No.1: e005.

 

41. R.K. Upadhyay 2017. Therapeutic andnutraceutical properties of Cinnamomum tamala. Journal of Research&  Reviews. 6:3 2017.      

                 

            42. R.K. Upadhyay 2017. Plant pigments as dietary anticancer agents,accepted for publication in International Journal of Green Pharmacy. Jan-Mar 2018 (Suppl) •12 (1)|

 

43. R.K.Upadhyay 2017. Nutraceutical, therapeutic and pharmaceutical potential of Aloevera.  Plant pigments as dietary anticancer agents, International Journal ofGreen Pharmacy. Jan-Mar2018 (Suppl) • 12 (1)| S70

 

 

44. R.K. Upadhyay, 2016.  Anti-arthritic potential of plant naturalproducts; its use injoint pain medications and anti-inflammatory drug formulations InternationalJournal of Green Pharmacy,  Jul-Sep 2016(Suppl)  10 (3) | S1. (Peer reviewed)

 

45.Ravi Kant Upadhyay. 2016. Anti-diabeticpotential of plant natural products: A review. International   

Journal   of Green International Journal of Green Pharmacy,Jul-Sep 2016 (Suppl) , 10 (3):S1-S18.

 

46. R.K. Upadhyay 2016. Toxic effectsof Cassia alata on biochemical andenzymatic parameters of Triboilum castanaeum. Vol 5(8), 1255-1274. (Peer reviewed)

 

47.R. K. Upadhyay, 2016  Use of stem cellsin congenital heart diseases.  Journal ofStem Cell Research & Therapeutics  ,DOI: 10.15406/jsrt.2016.01.00021.(Peer reviewed)

 

48.R. K. Upadhyay, 2016. Neonatal eye defects and its stem cell therapeutics.  IntJ Stem Cell Res Transplant 04(6), 195-215. (Peer reviewed)

 

49.R.K. Upadhyay, 2016. Botanicals, its safe usage for control of insects andenvironmental management.  InternationalJournal of Zoological Investigations, 2(1):58-102. (Peer reviewed)

 

50. Prajapati,K.K. and Upadhyay, R.K. (2016) Antimicrobial Activity of Purified Toxins fromYellow Wasp Polistes flavus (Vespidae)against Certain Bacteria and Fungi,  Journal of Biosciences and Medicines  4, 95-104. http://dx.doi.org/10.4236/jbm.2016.47010. (Peerreviewed)

 

51. Upadhyay, R.K.and Gupta, R.K. (2016) Antimicrobial Activity of Purified Toxins from Crossoprizalyoni (Spider) againstCertain Bacteria and Fungi. Journal ofBiosciences and Medicines  4, 1-9.http://dx.doi.org/10.4236/jbm.2016.48001. (Peerreviewed)

 

52.R. K. Upadhyay, 2016. Emergence of Drug Resistance in Plasmodiun falciparum: Reasons of its Dispersal andTransmission  in Different ClimaticRegions of the World: a Review,  ClinicalMicrobiology and Infectious diseases . Vol (1):45-55. (Peer reviewed)

 

53.R. K. Upadhyay, 2016. Garlic. A source herbal medicine and Cancer Therapy,World Journal of  Pharmaceutical Research5(4):1794-1839. (Peer reviewed)

 

54.R. K. Upadhyay, (2016) Garlic: A potential source of pharmaceuticals andpesticides, International Journal of Green Pharmacy, 10(1): S1-S28.

 

55.R. K. Upadhyay, Nutraceutical, pharmaceutical and therapeutic uses of Allium cepa: International Journal ofGreen Pharmacy 2016);10(1): S46-S64.(Peer reviewed)

 

56. R. K. Upadhyay, Use of stem cells indental implants and enamel regenerative therapies, Insight in Stem cells ,(2016); 2(1):9-27. (Peer reviewed)

 

57. R. K. Upadhyay, Bel plant: A source ofpharmaceuticals and ethno medicines, International Journal of Green Pharmacy 2016; 9(4):204-222. (Peer reviewed)

 

5. R. K. Upadhyay, 2016. Garlic: A source of herbal medicines for cancerTherapy, World Journal of  PharmaceuticalResearch, 5(4):1794-1839. SJIF Impactfactor 6.805 (Peer reviewed)

 

59. R. K. Upadhyay, and Ravi Kumar Gupta, 2016, Spider venom toxins, itsbiological effects and allergic immune responses, A review, World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research, 5(5):88-131. SJIF Impact factor6.805 (Peer reviewed)

 

60. Ravi Kant Upadhyay* andKrishna Kumar Prajapati  Wasp venomgenerated toxic effects, allergic immune responses and immunotherapy.World Journal of  PharmaceuticalResearch, (5):451-501. SJIF Impact factor 6.805 (Peer reviewed).e 5, Issue 5, 451-501.

 

61. R. K. Upadhyay2016. Garlic: A potential source of pharmaceuticals and pesticides,International Journal of Green Pharmacy, 10(1): (2016);10(1): S1-S28. A review (Peer reviewed)

 

62. R. K. Upadhyay2016. Nutraceutical, pharmaceutical and therapeutic uses of Allium cepa: International Journal ofGreen Pharmacy, 10(1): S46-S64. (Peerreviewed)

 

63. R. K. Upadhyay,2016.Use of stem cells in dental implants and enamel regenerative therapies.Insight in Stem cells. 2(1):9 (Peerreviewed)

 

64. R. K.Upadhyay, 2015.  Bel plant: A source ofpharmaceuticals and ethno medicines , International Journal of Green Pharmacy,9(4):204-222. (Peer reviewed)

 

65. R. K. Upadhyay 2015. Antimicrobial activity of fruit latexes from ten laticiferousplants. American Journal of Plant Sciences 6, 483-499.doi: 10.4236/ajps.2015.63053 (Impact factor 0.96). Manuscript ID: 2601898. (Peer reviewed)

 

66. R. K. Upadhyay 2015.  Botanicals; safe usage in pest control andenvironmental management, American Journal of Plant Sciences and coming inFebruary 2015 issue. (Impact factor 0.96). Manuscript ID:2601904.(Peer reviewed).

 

67. R. K. Upadhyay 2015. Epidemiology,disease transmission and pathogenesis caused by Japanese encephalitis virus:its prevention and control. Accepted for publication in American Journal ofInfectious diseases and Microbiology. 01/2015; 3(31):38-64.Manuscript ID:10011900097. (Peer reviewed).

 

68. R. K. Upadhyay 2015.Cleome viscosa Linn. A natural source of pharmaceuticals andpesticides. International Journal of Green Pharmacy. 9(2):71-85. (Peer reviewed)

 

69. R. K. Upadhyay 2015.Emerging riskbiomarkers in cardiovascular diseases and disorders. Article ID 971453. Journal of lipids 04/2015; 2015,:1-50. (Peer reviewed)

 

70. R. K.Upadhyay. 2015. GC-MS analysis and in vitro antimicrobial susceptibility of Foenicum vulgare seed essential oil. American Journal of Plant Sciences, 2015;06(07)1058-1068DOI 10.4236/ajps.2015.67110.(Peer reviewed).

 

71. R. K. Upadhyay2015. Role of regeneration in tissue repairing and therapies. Journal ofRegenerative Medicine & Tissue Engineering. Volume 4 | Article 1, pp 1-30.,Doi:10:7243/2050-1218-4-1. (Peerreviewed)

 

72. R. K. Upadhyay(2014). Immuno-cytochemical localization of cholesterol binding proteins in S. gregaria (Forskal). African Journal of Biotechnology. Vol 13 (28), pp2884-2896, 9 Jul 2014. (Impact factor 0.547) (Peer reviewed)

 

73. Ravi KantUpadhyay, (2014). Evaluation of antibacterial and antifungal activity of olive(Olea europaea) essential oil, International Journal of GreenPharmacy. 2014;8:180-186. (Peerreviewed)

 

74. Ravi KantUpadhyay, (2014). Ethnomedicinal, pharmaceutical and pesticidal uses of Calotropis procera (Aiton) (Family: Asclepiadaceae), International Journal of GreenPharamcy.2014; 8;135-146. (Peer reviewed)

 

75. Ravi KantUpadhyay (2014). Drug delivery systems,CNS protection and the blood brain barrier,  Biomed Research International. Vol 2014,article ID 869269, 37pages , http://dx.org/10.1155/2014.  (Impactfactor 2.76) (Peer reviewed)

 

76. Ravi KantUpadhyay (2014).  Evolution of newvariants/mutants of JE virus, its effect on neurovirulence, antigenicity, hostimmune responses and disease transmission in endemic areas. Journal of Viruses,Volume 2013, Article ID 830396, 24 pages. http//dx.doi.org/10.5402/2013/830396.Peer reviewed

 

77. Ravi KantUpadhyay (2014) Endothelial transport, CNS protection and BBB. InternationalScholarly Research Notices, Vol. 2014. Article ID 309404, 39 pages.http;//dx.doi.org/10.1155/2014/209404. (Peerreviewed)

 

78. R. K. Upadhyay(2014). Flower visiting, nectar feeding and oviposition behavioralresponses in

lepidopteran,hymenopteran and dipteran pollen collecting insect vectors,  International Journal of Chemical andBiochemical Sciences IJCBS, 5(2014):26-37. (Peerreviewed)

 

79. R. K.Upadhyay (2013). Bio-efficacy oflatex extracts from plant species Thevetianerifolia, and Artocarpus heterophyllus, Ficus glomerata and Calotropis procera onsurvival, feeding, development and reproductive behavior of Spodoptera litura (F.) Noctuidae:Lepidoptera).International Journal of Chemical and Biochemical Sciences, IJCBS,4(2013):86-98. (Peer reviewed)

 

80. R. K.Upadhyay (2013), Biomarkers in Japanese Encephalitis: A review. Biomed ResearchInternational.http://dx.doi.org/.55/2013/59290. (Impact factor 2.76) (Peer reviewed)

 

81. R. K.Upadhyay (2013), Japanese Encephalitis Virus generated neurovirulence,antigenicity and host immune responses, ISRN Virology, volume 13 ID 80396. 24pages. (Peer reviewed)

 

82. R. K. Upadhyay,(2013). Effects of plant latex based anti-termite formulations on Indian Whitetermite Odontoterems obesus(Isoptera: Termitidae) in sub-tropical high infestation areas. Open journal ofAnimal Sciences Vol.3, no. 4, pp. 281-294,(Impact factor 0.77), (Peer reviewed)

 

83. R. K.Upadhyay, Shoeb Ahmad, G.G.H.A Shadab, (2013). Effects of Asian honey bee (Apis cerana) venom on dynamics of bloodbiochemical parameters of hepatic function in albino rats. World Journal ofPharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences, 2(5): 3255-3261. (Peer reviewed)

 

84. R. K Upadhyay.(2013). Latex and plant food allergens, its clinical effects anddiagnosis: A review InternationalJournal of Chemical and Biochemical Sciences. 3:120-131. (Peer reviewed)

 

85. R.K. Upadhyay (2013).Insecticidal activities of (Capparis decidua: Capparidaceae) a DesertShrub: a Review. World Journal of Zoology. 8(1):75-93. (Peer reviewed)

 

86. Ravi Kant Upadhyay and  Neeraj Yadav (2012).Insecticidal potential  of aqueous andsolvent extracts of Cassia fistula, Cleome viscose and Capparis decidua against Callosobruchuschinensis L. (Coleoptera: Bruchidae), International Journal of Chemical and Biochemical Sciences,1(2012):91-98. (Peer reviewed)

 

87. R. K.Upadhyay. (2012). Plant latex: its toxicity and defense against herbivorousinsects: A review, International Journal of Current Research 4(01): 5-10.Review article. (Peer reviewed)

 

88. R. K. Upadhyay (2012). Kareel plant: A natural source of medicines andnutrients. .  International Journal of Green Pharmacy.DOI:10.4103/0973-8258,94344. Pp. 255-265. Review article. (Peer reviewed), (Impact factor TM 2.667India)

 

89. R. K. Upadhyay 2012. Toxic effects of Cassia alata on biochemical andenzymatic parameters of Triboliumcastaneum. Accepted for publication in African Journal of Food,Agriculture, Nutritional and Development. (AJFAND)(Peer Reviewed Journal).

 

90. R. K. Upadhyay 2012. Insecticidalpotential of Capparis decidua to Rhizopertha dominica (Fabr.)(Coleoptera: Bostrichidae). World Journal of Agriculture Science 8(3):269-279. (Peer reviewed).

 

91. R. K. Upadhyay 2012. Insecticidal andoviposition inhibition efficacy of Capparisdecidua to Sitophilous oryzaeLinn. (Coleoptera: Curculionidae). International Journal of Chemical andBiochemical Sciences. 2: 14-23.(Peer reviewed)

 

92. R. K.Upadhyay, and Shoeb Ahmad. (2012). Ethno-medicinal plants and theirpharmaceutical potential. Journal of Pharmacy Research. 2,5(4):2162-2173. Review article. (Peer reviewed), (Impact factor TM 2.667 India).

 

93. R.K. Upadhyay 2011. Plantlatex:  a natural source ofpharmaceuticals and pesticides: A review. International Journal of Green Pharmacy,. Vol 5(3) 169-180. Review article. (Peer reviewed)

 

94. R. K.Upadhyay and Shoeb Ahmad 2011. Japanese encephalitis virus (JEV): it’sepidemiology, disease and vector control with special reference to immunesurveillance and safety measures: A review. Journal of Pharmacy Research.  4(8):2490-2499. Review article. (Peer reviewed)

 

95. R. KUpadhyay and Shoeb Ahmad 2011. Management strategies for control of storedgrain insect pests in farmer stores and public warehouses. World Journal ofAgricultural Sciences, 7(5):549-2011. Review article. (Peer reviewed)

 

96. R. KUpadhyay and Shoeb Ahmad. (2011). A review on spider toxins a useful source ofpharmacological peptides. Journal of Pharmacy Research. 4(4): 1169-1172. Review article. (Peer reviewed), (Impactfactor TM 2.667 India)

 

97. R. K.Upadhyay, and Shoeb Ahmad. (2011). Production of polyclonal antibodies againstIndian honeybee (Apis indica) venomtoxins and it’s efficacy in reversal of toxic effects. African Journal ofBiotechnology. 10(53):10991-11003.Impact Factor 0.573, (Peer reviewed)

 

98. R. K.Upadhyay, (2011). Emergence of drug resistance in microbes, its dissemination and targetmodification of antibiotics: a life threatening problem to human society.International Journal of Pharamceutical and Biomedical Sciences. Vol.2(4), 2011, 119-137. Review article.

 

99. R. K.Upadhyay. (2011). Symbiotic and non-symbiotic micro flora of termite gut: aunique nonhuman agricultural system that can recyclephoto-synthetically fixed carbon and nutrients. Journal of Pharmacy Research.4(4): 1161-1166. Review article. (Peer reviewed), (Impact factor TM 2.667India).

 

100. R. K.Upadhyay (2011). Plant natural products: Their pharmaceutical potential againstdiseases and drug resistant microbial pathogens. Journal of Pharmacy Research.4(4): 1179-1185. (Impact factor TM 2.667India)

 

101. R. K.Upadhyay, Partibha Dwivedi and Shoeb Ahmad. (2011). Antifungal activity of 16plant essential oils against S.cerevisiae,Rhizopus stolonifer and Aspergillus flavus. Journal of PharmacyResearch. 4(4): 1153-1156. (Impactfactor TM 2.667 India)

 

102. Ravi KantUpadhyay, Gayatri Jaiswal, Shoeb Ahmad, Leena Khanna and Subhash Chand Jain(2011). Anti-termite activities of C. decidua extracts and pure compoundsagainst Indian white termite Odontotermesobesus (Isoptera: Odontotermitidae). Psyche: A Journal of EntomologyHindawi Publishing Corporation,  ArticleID 820245, 9 pages, (Peer reviewed).

 

103. R. K.Upadhyay, Rajani Tripathi and Shoeb Ahmad. 2011. Antimicrobial activity of twoIndian Medicinal plants Tinosporacordifolia (Family: Menispermeaceae) and Cassia fistula ( Family Caesalpinaceae) against human pathogenicbacteria. Journalof Pharmacy Research 4(1), 167-170. (Impactfactor TM 2.667 India)

 

104. R. KUpadhyay, Neeraj Yadav, Shoeb Ahmad (2011). Insecticidal potential of Capparis decidua on biochemical andenzymatic parameters of Triboliumcastaneum (Herbst). Acta Universitatis Sapientiae Agriculture andEnvironment. 3: 45-67.

 

105. R. KUpadhyay, Neeraj Yadav, Shoeb Ahmad (2011). Assessment of toxic effects ofsolvent and aqueous extracts of Capparisdecidua on biochemical and enzymatic parameters of Callosobruchus chinensis L. (Coleoptera: Bruchidae). ActaUniversitatis Sapientiae Agriculture and Environment. 3: 68-92.

 

106. R. KUpadhyay and Shoeb Ahmad (2011). Biochemical and enzymatic alterations in miceinjected with honeybee (Apis indica)venom gland extract. Journal of Pharmacy Research. 4(7):1965-1972. (Impact factor TM 2.667 India)

 

107. R. KUpadhyay, Neeraj Yadav, Shoeb Ahmad (2011).Toxic effects of solvent and aqueousextracts of Cassia alata againstbio-molecules and enzymatic parameters of Callosobruchuschinensis L. (Coleoptera: Bruchidae:). Pelagia Research Library, Advances in Applied Science Research,  2 (2): 367-381.

 

108. R. K.Upadhyay (2010). Animal proteins and peptides: Anticancer and antimicrobialpotential. Journal of Pharmacy Research. 3(12) Review article. (Impactfactor TM 2.667 India)

 

109. R. K.Upadhyay and Shoeb Ahmad (2010). Allergic and toxic responses of insect venomand it’s immunotherapy. Journal of Pharmacy Research. 3(12):3123-3128. Review article. (Impact factor TM 2.667India)

 

110. R. K. Upadhyay, Gayatri Jaiswal and Shoeb Ahmad (2010.).Anti-termite efficacy of Capparis deciduaand its combinatorial mixtures for the control of Indian white termite Odontotermes obesus (Isoptera:Odontotermitidae) in Indian soil. Journal of Applied Science andEnvironmental Management. 14(3):101-105.Peer reviewed)

 

111. R. K.Upadhyay Gayatri Jaiswal and Shoeb Ahmad. (2010). Biochemical and enzymaticalterations after application of fipronil, thiomethoxam and malathion to Odontotermes obesus (Isoptera:Termitidae). Acta Universitatis Sapientiae Agriculture and Environment. 2,58-79. Peer reviewed)

 

112. R. K.Upadhyay Gayatri Jaiswal and Shoeb Ahmad (2010). Termiticidal effects of Capparis decidua on biochemical andenzymatic parameters of Odontotermesobesus (Isoptera: Termitidae). Acta Universitatis Sapientiae Agricultureand Environment. 2, 80-110. Peerreviewed)

 

113. R. K.Upadhyay, Pratibha Dwivedi and Shoeb Ahmad (2010). Screening of antibacterialactivity of six plant essential oils against pathogenic bacterial strains.Asian Journal of Medical Sciences 2(3):152-158. (Impact factor 0.995). Peer reviewed)

 

114. R. K.Upadhyay, Shoeb Ahmad, Rajani Tripathi Leena Rohtagi and Subhash C. Jain.(2010). Screening of antimicrobial potential of extracts and pure compoundsisolated from Capparis decidua.Journal of Medicinal Plants Research. 4(6), 439-445. Impact factor 0.244, (Peerreviewed)

 

115. R. K.Upadhyay, Pratibha Dwivedi and Shoeb Ahmad. (2010). Antimicrobial activity ofphoto-activated cow urine against certain pathogenic bacterial strains. AfricanJournal of Biotechnology. 9(4): 518-522.Impactfactor 0.65. (Peer reviewed)

 

116. R. K.Upadhyay. (2010). Essential oils: Anti-microbial,anti-helminthic, anti-vitral,anti-cancer and anti-insect properties. Journal of Applied Biosciences. 36(1):1-22. Review article. (Peer reviewed)

 

117. R. K.Upadhyay and S. Ahmad (2010). Effects of honeybee (Apis indica) venom toxins on hematological parameters in albinomice. Journal of Applied Biosciences. 36(1): 58-63. (Peer reviewed)

 

118. R. K.Upadhyay and Gayatri Jaiswal. (2009). Termite management: control methods andstrategies. Journal of Applied Biosciences. 35(2): 110-126.  Review article.  (Peer reviewed)

 

119. R K Upadhyay and M. K. Chaubey(2008).  Biochemical and enzymaticchanges after black scorpion Heterometrousfastigiousus Couzin envenomation in experimental albino mice. Journal ofapplied Toxicology, 28:874-884. (Peerreviewed). Impact factor 3.174.

 

120. R. K. Upadhayay and Shoeb Ahmad (2008):Antimicrobial activity of purified honeybee toxins against seven bacteria. JAppl. Bioscience., 34(2): 157-162. (Peerreviewed)

 

121. Upadhyay, R. K. 2008. Animal toxins:action mechanism and pharmacological effects. J.  AppliedBioscience, 34 (1): 18-35. Reviewarticle. (Peer reviewed)

 

122. R. K. Upadhyay and Agarwal H. C. (2008).Role of lipoproteins in cholesterol trafficking in insects- A Review. Journalof Applied Biosciences. Appl. Bioscience. 33(2): 96-110. Review article. (Peer reviewed)

 

123. R. K. Upadhyay and S. Ahmad. (2008).Isolation, purification and characterization of venom toxins from Indian RedScorpion, Mesobuthus tamulus. Journal of Cell and Tissue Research 8(1)1297-1302. (Peer reviewed)

 

124. Upadhyay,R. K, Ahmad, S, Jaiswal, G, Dwivedi P. and Tripathi, R.  (2008). Antimicrobial effects of Cleomeviscosa and Trigonella foenum graecum seed extracts. Journal of Celland Tissue Research.8 (2), 1355-1360. (Peerreviewed)

 

125. R. K. Upadhyay and Gayatri Jaiswal(2007). Biochemical alterations in blood parameters by marble stone dust incraft workers. Journal of Cell and Tissue Research 7(2): 1141-116. (Peer reviewed)

 

126. R. K. Upadhyay and Gayatri Jaiswal andNeeraj Yadav. (2007). Toxicity, repellency and oviposition inhibition activityof some essential oils against Callosobruchus chinensis. J of AppliedBiosciences. 33(1): 21-26. (Peerreviewed)

 

127. R. K.Upadhyay and Gayatri Jaiswal (2007). Evaluation of biological activities of Pipernigrum oil against Triboliumcastaneum. Bulletin of Insectology 60(1): 57-61. (Peer reviewed), Impactfactor 0.722.

 

128. R. K.Upadhyay, (2007) Bioethical issues related to clinical use of human cells,tissues and organs. Bioinformatics India Journal, Vol. 2 Issue-2, 93-101. (Peer reviewed) 

 

129. R. K.Upadhyay Leena Rohtagi, Mukesh K Chaubey and Subhash C Jain. (2006).Ovipositional responses of the pulse beetle, Bruchus chinensis(Coleoptera: Bruchidae) to extracts and compounds of Capparis decidua. Journal of Agricultural and foodChemistry. 54: 9747-9751. (Peer reviewed),  Impact factor3.107.

 

130. R. K. Upadhyay, S. C Jain, M. K. Pandeyand Rohtash Kumar. (2006). Alkaloids from Toddalia aculeata.  Phytochemistry. 67:1005-1010. (Peerreviewed),  (Impact factor 3.35)

 

131. R. K. Upadhyay and Amit Vashistha(2006)  Polyploidy: Genetic improvementof plants and animals.   Journal ofApplied Biosciences. 32(2): 126-134. (Peer reviewed),  Reviewarticle.

 

132. R.K. Upadhyay, H.C. Agarwal, and R. Dhar(2005). Electrophoretic separation of cholesterol binding proteins.  Journal of Applied Biosciences. 31(1); 1-14.(Peer reviewed), 

 

133. R.K. Upadhyay (2004). Role of socialgenes in socialization of insects. Biological Memoirs.  2004. Vol 31: 47-58.  Review article. (Peer reviewed), 

 

134. R. K. Upadhyay (2003). Computationalanalysis of evolutionary divergence of scorpion toxins. Indian Journal ofBiochemistry and Biophysics 40: 51-58. (Peer reviewed),  Impact factor 1.077.

 

135. R.K. Upadhyay (2003). Ecological foodhabits, aggression and home range in Presbytis entellus entellus (Dufresne)Indian Journal of Applied and Pure Biology. 18(1): 111-126. (Peer reviewed) 

 

136. R.K. Upadhyay, R. Dhar and H. C.Agarwal, (2002). Protein mediated cholesterol absorption in Locusts Schistocercagregaria (Forskal) and Locusta migratoria (Linn). Indian Journal ofExperimental Biology. Vol 40. 158-167. (Peer reviewed). Impact factor 0.753. 

 

137. R.K. Upadhyay. (2002). Assessment ofprogressive independence and dominance in non- human primate Presbytisentellus entellus (Dufresne) Indian Journal of Applied and PureBiology.17(2)92-102. (Peerreviewed) 

 

138. R. K. Upadhyay (2002). Evolutionarydivergence and chemical homologies in the web spider toxin family. IndianJournal of Applied and Pure Biology 17(1):1-6. (Peer reviewed) 

 

139. R.K. Upadhyay, Atri Gupta and P N Saxena(2001). Effect of zectran on biochemical parameters of Passer domesticus.Journal of Scientific and Industrial Research Vol 60, 668-674. (Peer reviewed), Impact factor 0.500. 

 

140. R. K. Upadhyay (2001). Gene therapy and genetic disorders.Published in JSIR 60,668-674. Review article. (Peer reviewed). Impact factor 0.500. 

 

141. R. K. Upadhyay (2002). Human genomesequencing, annotations and corrections, Published in JSIR 10(2): 165-174. Reviewarticle. (Peer reviewed) 

 

142. R.K. Upadhyay, R. Dhar and H.C. Agarwal(2000). Characterization of cholesterol binding sites in Schistocercagregaria and insect cell lines. Published in Journal of Scientific andIndustrial Research, 59:845-851. (Peerreviewed), Impact factor 0.500. 

 

143. R. K. Upadhyay (2000). Chemical homologyand phylogenetic divergence of certain animal cytotoxins Oriental Journal ofChemistry, 16(3): 481-488. (Peerreviewed) 

 

144. R.K. Upadhyay, R.B. Singh, H.C. Agarwal(1999). Organic synthesis of cholesterol amine. Published in Oriental Journalof Chemistry, 15(2) 307-310. (Peerreviewed) 

 

145. R. K.Upadhyay and H.C. Agarwal (1997). Cholesterol absorption in midgut oflocusts.  JSIR 5(2) 85-93. (Peer reviewed), Impact factor 0.500. 

 

146. R.K.Upadhyay and K.K. Gaur (1989). Certainstudies of vocalization in common Hanuman Lan

gur, Presbytisentellus entellus (Dufresne). J. Agri. Sci. Res. 31: 61 - 63. (Peer reviewed) 

 

147. R.K.Upadhyay and K.K. Gaur (1990). Group leading behavior of common Hanuman Langur Presbytis entellus entellus (Dufresne).J Agri Sci. Res. 32: 71 - 74, 1990. (Peerreviewed) 

 

 

 

Articles published:

 

1. R. K. Upadhyay 2002. Edible vaccines.Published in Vigyan Pragati Magazin. pp: 38-42.

 

2. R. K. Upadhyay, 2002. Animal toxins: theirmechanism of action. Published in Science Reporter.

 

3. R. K. Upadhyay, 2002, DNA computers:Published in Vigyan Pragati published by NISCOM, New Delhi.

 

4. R. K. Upadhyay, 2001, Biotechnology amultifaceted Science. Products and sources. Indian Research Journal of SocialSciences 6(1): 29-39.

 

5. R. K. Upadhyay, 2002. Role ofbiotechnology in Indian Agriculture. Vigyan Garima Sindhu. 40:96-102.

 

6. R. K. Upadhyay, 2003. Plant toxins.Allergic reactions and neurological problems. CURE, 9-14.

 

7. R. K. Upadhyay.2004. Biosensors: their uses and applications. Published in Bioinformatics India Journal, 2 (4): 67-72.

           8. R. K. Upadhyay, 2020. कोरोना वाइरस संक्रमण को रोकने के लिए ताप-सुँगन्ध विधि” Jubilee Post daily     

                Digital News paper, Lucknow.  5 May 2020.

 

           9. R. K. Upadhyay, 2020. Challengesand facts of community transmission, A composite thermal-aroma-organic-carbonfusion therapy for control of  corona fluvirus, Jubilee Post daily Digital News paper,Lucknow.  4-06-20.

 

        10. R. K. Upadhyay, 2020.   Issues ofmigrant workers with reference to Covid-19. 05-06-2020.

 

        11. R. K. Upadhyay, 2020. Coronavirusis not a natural virus; it is behaving like a silent and active bio-weapon, Jubilee Post daily Digital News paper, Lucknow.  23-06-2020

 

        12. R. K. Upadhyay, 2020. टिड्डी दल कामला एकभया संकट:नियंत्रण के उपाय, Jubilee Post daily Digital Newspaper, Lucknow.   10-7-2020.

 

13. R. K. Upadhyay, 2020.ब्यूबोनिकप्लेग:मानवइतिहासमेंसबसेखतरनाकसंक्रामकमहामारी20-7-2020 JubileePost daily Digital News paper, Lucknow. 

 

14. R. K. Upadhyay, 2020. जापानी इन्सेफ्लाइटिस (दिमागी बुखार): लक्षण, उपचार एवं रोकथाम के उपाय। 27-7-2020 Jubilee Post daily Digital News paper, Lucknow. 

 

15. R. K. Upadhyay, 2020. डेंगू ('हड्डीतोड़' बुखार)एक प्राणघातक संक्रामक बीमारी: लक्षण, उपचार एवं रोकथाम के उपाय।13-08-2020, JubileePost daily Digital News paper, Lucknow

 

 


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1 The 1st Georgia-tech International on conference on bio-informatics November 1997, Georgia, Atlanta, US The 1st Georgia-tech International on conference on bio-informatics November 1997, Georgia, Atlanta, US International19971st Georgia-techGeorgia Tech, Atlanta, US
2 Biological ChemistryNational Seminar on Biological ChemistryNational2005Advancing frontiers from March 22-23, 2005Department of Zoology
3 Second Indo-US Workshop on Green ChemistrySecond Indo-US Workshop on Green ChemistryInternational 20062006Department of Chemistry
4 Current Issues in Zoology & Environmental Science International Symposium on Current Issues in Zoology & Environmental Science National20062006Department of Zoology (Environmental Science) & Biotechnology D. D. U Gorakhpur University, Gorakhpur and Indian Academy of Environmental Sciences Hardwar, Uttarakhand.
5 Challenge for biosciences in 21st century Challenge for biosciences in 21st century National20112011Department of Zoology, Shiva Pati Post Graduate college, Shohratgargh, Siddharthnagar U.P. India.
6 National Symposium on Advances in Zoology and Environmental Science, International Symposium on Current Issues in Zoology & Environmental Science National20132013Department of Zoology
7 National Symposium on Advances in Zoology and Environmental Science, National Symposium on Advances in Zoology and Environmental Science, National20132013Department of Zoology, D D U Gorakhpur University, Gorakhpur
8 National Symposium on Advances in Zoology and Environmental Science, National Symposium on Advances in Zoology and Environmental Science, National20132013Department of Zoology, D D U Gorakhpur University, Gorakhpur
9 National Symposium on Advances in Zoology and Environmental Science, National Symposium on Advances in Zoology and Environmental Science, National20132013Department of Zoology, D D U Gorakhpur University, Gorakhpur
10 National Symposium on Advances in Zoology and Environmental Science, National Symposium on Advances in Zoology and Environmental Science, National20132013Department of Zoology, D D U Gorakhpur University, Gorakhpur
11 Ist U.P. Science CongressNational, Ist U.P. Science CongressNational20132013 D D U Gorakhpur University, Gorakhpur
S.NO.Title of the paperConference/Workshop etc NameConference/Workshop etc TypeOrganised byDate:Place
1 Evaluation of antibacterial and antifungal activity of latexes from selected Indian plant species.International Conference, Harmony 11-13th November, 2013NationalNational Association of Environmentalists and Department of Zoology, D.D U Gorakhpur University, Gorakhpur. 11-13th November 2013Department of Zoology, D D U Gorakhpur University
2 Effects of plant latex based anti-termite formulations on Indian white termite Odontotermes obesus (Isoptera:Odontotermitidae) in sub-tropical high infestation areas. XXXVI Annual Conference of the Indian Botanical; Society October 18-20, 2013.NationalDepartment of Botany, D D U Gorakhpur University, Indian Botanical Society October 18-20, 2013.Department of Botany, D D U Gorakhpur University
3 Isolation and purification of wasp venom toxins and immunotherapyNational Conference on “Man and Biosphere 9-10 February 2016NationalDepartment of Zoology, Marwar Business School, Gorakhpur, 273009. U.P. 9-10 February 2016Department of Zoology, Marwar Business School, Gorakhpur, 273009. U.P.
4 Isolation and purification of spider venom toxins and immunotherapyNational Conference on “Man and Biosphere” 9-10 February 2016NationalDepartment of Zoology, Marwar Business School, Gorakhpur, 273009. U.P. 9-10 February 2016Department of Zoology, Marwar Business School, Gorakhpur, 273009. U.P.
5 Polistes falvus; The Yellow Wasp Venom Toxin Induced Hematological Alteration in Albino MiceAdvances in Biological and Environmental Research for Human Welfare” & 6th Annual Session of Society of Life Sciences. (ICABERHW-2018) 16-18 november, 2018NationalDepartment of Zoology, D D U Gorakhpur University, Gorakhpur16-18 November, 2018Department of Zoology, D D U Gorakhpur University
6 Yellow wasp venom toxin causes hematological alteration in albino mice.” National Conference in Life Science and Current Environmental issues NCLEI-19, NationalDepartment of Zoology, Marwar Business School, Gorakhpur, 273009. U.P.March 1 & 2nd, 2019Department of Zoology, Marwar Business School, Gorakhpur, 273009. U.P.
7 Effects of the purified venom of Crossopriza lyoni (Spider) on the blood bio-molecules of albino miceNational Conference in Life Science and Current Environmental issues NCLEI-19, NationalDepartment of Zoology, Marwar Business School, Gorakhpur, 273009. U.P.March 1 & 2nd, 2019Department of Zoology, Marwar Business School, Gorakhpur, 273009. U.P.
  
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  1. Cells and organs of immune system, Delivered on 19-09-14, Refresher Course on Life Science in Relation to human health. Department of Botany & Academic staff College, D D U Gorakhpur University, Gorakhpur.

 

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  1. Immunity, diseases and human health, Delivered on 19-09-14, Refresher Course on Life Science in Relation to human health. Department of Botany & Academic staff College, D D U Gorakhpur University, Gorakhpur


3
  1. Blend of phenomenology and scientific approaches in Yoga and Meditation” delivered on 09-06-15, 100th orientation course” organized by Academic Staff College (Human Resource Development Centre) D D U Gorakhpur University, Gorakhpur, 273009. U.P.

 

4
  1. Science and Metaphysics its role in exploration of reality” delivered on 09-06-15 at 100th orientation course” organized by Academic Staff College (Human Resource Development Centre) D D U Gorakhpur University, Gorakhpur, 273009. U.P.
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  1. Biological information system, its natural integration and coordination” delivered on 02-07-15 Refresher Course on “Information Technology” organized by Academic Staff College (Human Resource Development Centre) D D U Gorakhpur University, Gorakhpur, 273009. U.P.
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  1. Communication patterns and information response system” delivered on 04-07-15, Refresher Course on “Information Technology” organized by Academic Staff College (Human Resource Development Centre)  D D U Gorakhpur University, Gorakhpur, 273009. U.P.

 

7

Immune responses, its role in bodydefense” delivered on 06-07-15, Refresher Course on “Information Technology”organized by Academic Staff College(Human Resource DevelopmentCentre)  D D U Gorakhpur University, Gorakhpur, 273009. U.P.


8

Japanese Encephalitis Virusgenerated neurovirulence, antigenicity and host immune responses, delivered on09-02-16 at National Conference “Man and Biosphere” organized by Department ofZoology,  Marwar Business School, Gorakhpur, 273009. U.P.


9

Epidemiology and control of Japaneseencephalitis”, delivered on 101th Orientation course” organized by AcademicStaff College (Human Resource Development Centre)  D D U GorakhpurUniversity, Gorakhpur, 273009. U.P.


10

Vaccine for Japanese encephalitiscontrol” delivered on 101th Orientation course” organized by Academic StaffCollege (Human Resource Development Centre) D D U Gorakhpur University,Gorakhpur, 273009. U.P.


11

Japanese encephalitis generated pathogenesis, delivered on102th Orientation course” organized by at Academic Staff College (HumanResource Development Centre) D D U Gorakhpur University, Gorakhpur, 273009.U.P.


12

Bioterrorism and development ofcounter strategies” delivered on 102th Orientation course” organized byAcademic Staff College (Human Resource Development Centre) D D U GorakhpurUniversity, Gorakhpur, 273009. U.P.


13 Howto increase skillfulness of employees in modern technological age, Delivered on30-02-2016 Seminar on “Skillfulness of employees in modern technological age”Human Resource Development Centre) D. D. U. Gorakhpur University
14

Natural immune defense to various pathogenic diseases”Delivered on 19th of June 2016, 103, in Orientationcourse, Human Resource Development Centre) D. D. U. Gorakhpur University. 


15

Bioinformatics; its uses and applications” Delivered on 3rd ofJuly 2016, Refresher Course on Information and communication Technology. HumanResource Development Centre) D. D. U. Gorakhpur University. 


16

Research Methodology” Delivered on 12th of July 2016, in 2ndRefresher Course on Information and communication Technology. Human ResourceDevelopment Centre) D. D. U. Gorakhpur University.


17

Communication skills and its applications” Delivered on 17th ofNovember 2016, Short term refresher course on Communication skills organized byHuman Resource Development Centre D. D. U. Gorakhpur University.


18

Immune defense Delivered on 17th of January2017 in 103 orientation course organized by Human Resource development centreD. D. U. Gorakhpur University.


19

Antibodies and their therapeutic applications, on 17th ofJanuary 2017 in 103 orientation course organized by Human Resource developmentcentre D. D. U. Gorakhpur University.


20

International conference on structure and dynamics ofbio-molecules, 27-28 January 2017, Organized by Department of Physics , Spidervenom toxin, purification, characterization of its biological effects on albinomice; Wasp toxin peptides: biological effects and production of polyclonal antibodies.


21

Sustainable development: Concept and goals, on 17th ofFebruary in 1st refresher course on Environmental Science,organized by Human Resource development centre D. D. U. Gorakhpur University.


22

Vaccines: , delivered on 26-03-17 at National Conference“Current problems and Challenges of environmental in 21st Century”organized by Department of Zoology,  Marwar Business School,Gorakhpur, 273009. U.P.


23

Scientific approaches in yoga and meditation, on 31st ofMay 2017 refresher course on Communication, organized by Human Resourcedevelopment centre D. D. U. Gorakhpur University.


24

Advances in Biological and Environmental Research for humanwelfare (ICABERHW) & 6th Annual Session of Society of Life Sciences. 16-18Nov. 2018.


25

Evolution of species and populations” lectured delivered atM.P. P. G. College Jungal Dhusan, Gorakhpur, February 21, 2020


26

Use of enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay (ELISA) indiagnostics WORKSHOP ON TOOLS AND TECHNIQUES IN LIFE SCIENCES, March 25-26,2019,  Organized by Department of Zoology, D D U GorakhpurUniversity, Gorakhpur.


27

Biological Communication, its role in improvement oflearning behavior” on 19th of November 2019 in 106orientation course organized by Human Resource development centre D. D. U.Gorakhpur University.


28

Animal toxins as anti-cancer agents” organized by Departmentof Zoology,  National Conference on Life Science and EnvironmentalIssues NCLEI-19, March 1 & 2nd, 2019. Marwar Business School, Gorakhpur,273009. U.P.


29

Thermal-Aroma-Organic-Carbon-Fusion Therapy: An Open AirConventional Method for Clearance of Nasal Air Passage, Trachea, Lungs andImmunity Boosting Against Influenza Virus “Leveraging Science andTechnology to Combat COVID-19” Webinar organized by Faculty of Science D D UGorakhpur University, Gorakhpur May 23-24 2020,


30

Thermal-Aroma-Organic-Carbon-FusionTherapy: An Open Air Conventional Method for Clearance of Nasal Air Passage,Trachea, Lungs and Immunity Boosting Against Influenza Virus Webinarorganized by Govt. V.Y.T. PG. Autonomous College, Durg “RECENTPROBLEM AND PROSPECTS OF COVID-19” on May 31 (Sunday), 2020


S.NO.Name of the principal InvestigatorDurationName of the Research ProjectAmount/Fund receivedName of funding agencyYear of sanctionStatus (Complted /Ongoing)
1 Ravi Kant Upadhyay3 yearsProduction of polyclonal antibodies against animal toxins by using natural and synthetic toxin peptides6,78,560=00 Grant no. 3-62/2002 (SR-II),UGC2002Completed
2 Ravi Kant Upadhyay3 yearsCharacterization and immunocytochemical localization of cholesterol binding proteins12,26,000=00 Grant no. 37(1320)/08-EMR-II CSIR2008Completed
3 Ravi Kant Upadhyay3 yearsAntibacterial and antifungal activity of certain plant essential oils and their major constituents against drug resistant pathogens6,52,800=00Grant no. 34-417/2008 2008Completed
 

Ø  LifeMember of Society for Applied Bioscience

Ø  LifeMember of  Association of Indian ScienceCongress

Ø  LifeMember of Aphidological Society of India


  • Currently Enrolled: 7
  • Awarded:              7

S.NO.Scholar NameThesis TitleYear of Award
1 Mukesh Kumar ChaubeyIsolation,Purification,and characterization of animal toxins and production of polyclonal antibodies against toxin peptides 2007
2 Shoeb AhamadProduction of polyclonal antibodies against honey bee toxin peptides 2009
3 Gayatri JaiswalEvaluation of antifeedant, repellent and toxic activities of certain plant extracts against termites2009
4 Pratibha DwevediEvaluation of antimicrobial activities of certain plant essential oils against pathogenic bacterial strains2010
5 Rajani TripathiEvaluation of antimicrobial activities of certain plant extracts2010
6 Krishna Kumar PrajapatiWasp toxin peptides: Biological effects and production of polyclonal antibodies2019
7 Ravi Kumar GuptaSpider toxin peptides: Biological effects and production of polyclonal antibodies”2019

Administrative Responsibility

S.NO.DescriptionFromToYear & Month
1 Member of Waste Management Committee27/11/2011  
2 Member of U.G.C committee12/11/201214/11/20131 Year 0 Month
3 Member of copy dispose off committee23/12/201221/02/20164 Year 10 Month
4 Member of NAAC Steering committee01/06/201409/02/20162 Year 4 Month
5 Nodal Officer ICT program26/11/201409/02/20162 Year 9 Month
6 Nodal Officer NIRF Program27/12/201407/02/20162 Year 10 Month
7 Member RUSA project17/08/201407/02/20162 Year 6 Month
8 Assistant proctor17/07/200923/01/20101 Year 6 Month

Awards & Fellowships

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