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BIOTECHNOLOGY

Overview

 
Human Resource  

Bioinformation Up to date -a monthly New Letter

Vol.3 No.1 Jan 2010 Vol.7 No. 1 2014
Vol.2 No.2 Feb 2009 Vol.4 No.2 2011 Vol. 5 No. 2 2012 Vol. 6 No. 2 2013
Vol.2 No.3 Mar 2009 Vol.4 No.3 2011 Vol.5 No.3 2012 Vol. 6 No.3 2013 Vol. 7 No. 3 2014
Vol.2 No.4 Apr 2009 Vol.4 No.4 2011 Vol.5 No.4 2012 Vol. 6 No. 4 2013  
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Vol.1 No.1 June 2008 Vol.2 No.6 Jun 2009 Vol.4 No.6 2011 Vol.5 No.6 2012 Vol. 6 No. 6 2013  
Vol.1 No.2 July 2008 Vol. 2 No.7 Jly 2009 Vol.4 No.7 2011 Vol.5 No.7 2012 Vol.6 No.7 2013  
Vol.1 No.3 Aug 2008 Vol.2 No.8 Aug 2009 Vol.4 No.8 2011 Vol.5 No.8 2012 Vol.6 No. 8 2013  
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Project:Creation of Bioinformatics infrastructure Facility for the Promotion of Biology Teaching through Bioinformatics

Funding Agency :      Department of Biotechnology

Bioinformatics is a critical tool in designing the molecular biology experiments. Our bioinformatics work/research can be classified under these major approaches: (i) genomics - sequencing and comparative study of genomes to identify gene and genome functionality, (ii) proteomics - identification and characterization of protein related properties and reconstruction of metabolic and regulatory pathways, (iii) application to the development of drugs and anti-microbial agents; (iv) analysis based upon the available experimental wet-lab data, (v) the use of mathematical modeling/data analysis to get new information, and (vi) an integrated approach that integrates search techniques with mathematical modeling. The major impact of bioinformatics research will be to automate the genome sequencing, development of databases for microorganisms, antomated genome comparisons to identify the genome function, the development of statistical techniques, clustering techniques and data mining techniques to derive protein­ protein and protein-DNA interactions, and the sequence comparison to understand the microbial evolution. The development of bioinformatics techniques will enhance the speed of biological discovery by automated analysis of large number of microbial genomes. The development of bioinformatics techniques have potential to facilitate (i) the discovery of causes of crops' disease, and (ii) improved cost effective agents for bioremediation; (iii) database development for microbes; (iv) easy database management for researcher in proteomics/genomics data search and analysis and reference database search; (v) partial sequence of DNA and sequence data analysis for finding the closest homo logs for the microbe in NCBI data bank etc.

 

 

HUMAN RESOURCE  
Area Coordinator, Biological science details

Dr Balagopalan  Unni
Ph D (Biochemistry)
Chief Scientist  & Area Coordinator
ID No. 118

bgunni@rrljorhat.res.in
Ph : +91 0376-2370317 extn 2341
Fax : 0376- 2370011

Area’s of Interest : Biochemistry, Molecular biology Biotechnology.
Head of Department    

Dr Tarun Chandra Bora
Ph D (Soil microbiology)
Chief Scientist & Head
ID No. 192

tcbora@rrljorhat.res.in /tcbora 2000@yahoo.co.in
Ph : +91 0376-2370056
Fax : 0376- 2370011

Area’s of Interest : Screening of microbial metabolites, Microbial bio-prospecting, etc

Scientists
 

 

Dr Rajib Lochan  Bezbaruah
Ph D (Microbial enzyme)
Senior Principal Scientist
ID No. 167

bezbaruahrl@rrljorhat.res.in /rlbez@yahoo.com
Ph : +91 0376-2370007
Fax : 0376- 2370011

Area’s of Interest : Microbial enzyme

Dr Sawlang Borsingh Wann
M Sc (Biochemistry),Ph.D(life Sci)
Principal Scientist
ID No. 1020
 
Wannsb@rrljorhat.res.in
Ph : +91 0376- 2372771/2372951
Fax : 0376- 2370011

Area’s of Interest : Biotechnology, Biochemistry, Microbiology,  Molecular biology

Dr Hari Prasanna Deka Boruah
Ph D (Biotechnology)
Senior Scientist
ID No. 882

dekabaruahhp@rrljorhat.res.in;hpdekabaruah@yahoo.com
Ph : +91 0376-2370121
Fax : 0376- 2370011

Area’s of Interest : Screening of microbial metabolites, Microbial bio-prospecting, etc

Dr Ratul Saikia
Ph D (Biotechnology)
Senior Scientist
ID No. 1058

saikia_ratul@rrljorhat.res.in /rsaikia19@gmail.com
Ph : + 91-0376-2370121extn 2344
Fax : 0376- 2370011

Area’s of Interest Bacterial Genomics, Molecular plant-microbe interactions

Dr Mangminlun Khongsai
Ph D (Botany)
Scientist
ID No. 1061

khongsai_m@rrljorhat.res.in /lkhongsai@gmail.com 
Ph : + 91-0376-2370121
Fax : 0376- 2370011

Area’s of Interest : Microbial ecology, Microbial enzyme & technology

Technical Officers

Shri Ajit Chandra  Kakoty
B Sc
Senior Technical Officer III
ID No. 533

kakotya@rrljorhat.res.in
Ph : + 91-0376-2370121 extn 2341
Fax : 0376- 2370011

Area’s of Interest :  Biotechnology

Ms Archana Yadav
M Sc (Biochemistry)
Technical Officer
ID No. 1005
yadava@rrljorhat.res.in
Ph : + 91-0376-2370121 extn 2341
Fax : 0376- 2370011

Area’s of Interest :  Biotechnology

Ms Polakshi Bordoloi,
M Sc
Technical Officer
ID No.

Ph : + 91-0376-2370121 extn 2341
Fax : 0376- 2370011

Area’s of Interest :  Biotechnology
     
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