Santosh Kumar Dubey
Santosh Kumar Dubey
Professor, CAS in Botany,Banaras Hindu University,Varanasi-221005,India
Verified email at bhu.ac.in
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Biodegradation of tributyltins (organotins) by marine bacteria
SK Dubey, U Roy
Applied Organometallic Chemistry 17 (1), 3-8, 2003
1702003
Lead resistant bacteria: lead resistance mechanisms, their applications in lead bioremediation and biomonitoring
MM Naik, SK Dubey
Ecotoxicology and Environmental Safety 98, 1-7, 2013
1602013
Biological cyanide destruction mediated by microorganisms
SK Dubey, DS Holmes
World Journal of Microbiology and Biotechnology 11 (3), 257-265, 1995
1581995
Isolation and characterization of exopolysaccharide produced by Vibrio harveyi strain VB23
PV Bramhachari, SK Dubey
Letters in applied microbiology 43 (5), 571-577, 2006
1372006
Isolation and characterization of mucous exopolysaccharide (EPS) produced by Vibrio furnissii strain VB0S3
PV Bramhachari, PBK Kishor, R Ramadevi, BR Rao, SK Dubey
Korean Society for Microbiology and Biotechnology, 2007
1122007
Pseudomonas aeruginosa strain WI-1 from Mandovi estuary possesses metallothionein to alleviate lead toxicity and promotes plant growth
MM Naik, A Pandey, SK Dubey
Ecotoxicology and environmental safety 79, 129-133, 2012
772012
Lead-enhanced siderophore production and alteration in cell morphology in a Pb-resistant Pseudomonas aeruginosa strain 4EA
MM Naik, SK Dubey
Current microbiology 62 (2), 409-414, 2011
742011
Biological characterization of lead-enhanced exopolysaccharide produced by a lead resistant Enterobacter cloacae strain P2B
MM Naik, A Pandey, SK Dubey
Biodegradation 23 (5), 775-783, 2012
592012
Lead‐resistant Providencia alcalifaciens strain 2EA bioprecipitates Pb+2 as lead phosphate
MM Naik, D Khanolkar, SK Dubey
Letters in applied microbiology 56 (2), 99-104, 2013
412013
Biological characterization of lead-resistant bacteria to explore role of bacterial metallothionein in lead resistance
MM Naik, K Shamim, SK Dubey
Current Science, 426-429, 2012
412012
Effect of four heavy metals on the biology of Nostoc muscorum
LC Rai, M Raizada, N Mallick, Y Husaini, AK Singh, SK Dubey
Biology of Metals 2 (4), 229-234, 1990
391990
Organic metabolites produced by Vibrio parahaemolyticus strain An3 isolated from Goan mullet inhibit bacterial fish pathogens
A Pandey, MM Naik, SK Dubey
African Journal of Biotechnology 9 (42), 7134-7140, 2010
342010
Effect of chromium and tin on survival, growth, carbon fixation, heterocyst differentiation, nitrogenase, nitrate reductase and glutamine synthetase activities of Anabaena doliolum
SK Dubey, LC Rai
Journal of plant physiology 130 (2-3), 165-172, 1987
311987
Antibacterial activity of silver‐doped manganese dioxide nanoparticles on multidrug‐resistant bacteria
RK Kunkalekar, MM Naik, SK Dubey, AV Salker
Journal of Chemical Technology & Biotechnology 88 (5), 873-877, 2013
272013
Development of biosensors for the detection of mercury and copper ions
DS Holmes, SK Dubey, S Gangolli
Environmental geochemistry and health 16 (3-4), 229-233, 1994
271994
Tributyltin chloride-utilizing bacteria from marine ecosystem of west coast of India
U Roy, SK Dubey, S Bhosle
Current Science, 702-705, 2004
252004
Rapid and specific detection of luminous and non-luminous Vibrio harveyi isolates by PCR amplification
PVB Chari, SK Dubey
Current Science, 1105-1108, 2006
242006
Microarray-mediated transcriptome analysis of the tributyltin (TBT)-resistant bacterium Pseudomonas aeruginosa 25W in the presence of TBT
SK Dubey, T Tokashiki, S Suzuki
JOURNAL OF MICROBIOLOGY-SEOUL- 44 (2), 200, 2006
232006
Metallothionein assisted periplasmic lead sequestration as lead sulfite by Providencia vermicola strain SJ2A
J Sharma, K Shamim, SK Dubey, RM Meena
Science of The Total Environment 579, 359-365, 2017
222017
Isolation and identification of Aeromonas caviae strain KS-1 as TBTC-and lead-resistant estuarine bacteria
K Shamim, MM Naik, A Pandey, SK Dubey
Environmental monitoring and assessment 185 (6), 5243-5249, 2013
212013
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