Moonmee Bharadwaz

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Plant growth promoting rhizobacteria (PGPR) are beneficial rhizobacteria which enhance plant growth as well as the productivity by a variety of mechanisms PGPR were isolated from the rhizosphere region of som plants (Machilus bombycina King) maintained at the Central Muga Eri Research and Training Institute, Lahdoigarh, Jorhat. A bacterial based(More)
BACKGROUND COPD may develop due to variation in the functioning of antioxidants along with smoking and environmental factors in genetically susceptible individuals. Since there are different views about the antioxidants responsible for detoxifying xenobiotic compound in the human body whose functional variation may lead to obstructive disease, this(More)
Staphylocoagulase, a protein produced by S. aureus, play major role in blood coagulation and investigations are in advance to discover more staphylocoagulase producing species. The present study demonstrates the identification of a coagulase producing bacteria and isolation, purification and characterization of the protein. The bacteria was identified using(More)
The populations residing near polluted sites are more prone to various types of diseases. The important causes of air pollution are the suspended particulate matter, respirable suspended particulate matter, sulfur dioxide and nitrogen dioxide. As limited information is available enumerating the effect of these pollutants on liver physiology of the(More)
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