Citation indices

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Total No of Papers

136

Citations

3795

h-index

34

i10-index

68

PUBLICATIONS

 

1. Total Number of Publications: 136, 

2. Patent: 2,

3. Book: 14 (Book Chapters),

4. GenBank submission: 35,

5. Microbial strains:

a)      Geomicrobium sp. EMB2 (MTCC 10310)

b)      Pseudomonas aeruginosa PseA (MTCC 10634)

c)      Enterobacter cloacae EMB19 (MTCC 10649)

d)     Bacillus cereus EMB20 (MTCC 10650)

e)      Bacillus sp. EMB9 (MTCC 11953)

f)       Marinobacter sp. EMB8 (MTCC 12013)

 

RESEARCH PUBLICATIONS 

 

S. No.

Title

Year

136.

Shubhrima Ghosh and S.K. KhareBiodegradation of 7-Ketocholesterol by Rhodococcus erythropolis MTCC 3951:Process optimization and enzymatic insights” Chemistry and Physics of Lipids https://doi.org/10.1016/j.chemphyslip.2017.05.008

2017

135.

Radhika Gupta, Ayesha Sadaf, Jasneet Grewal and S. K. KhareDeep eutectic solvents compatible Aspergillus niger cellulase and its utility in situ pre-treatment and saccharification of wheat straw" Manuscript accepted in Journal of Energy and Environmental Sustainability

2017

134.

Ayesha Sadaf, Arti Kumari  and S. K. Khare “Potential of ionic liquids for inhibiting the growth and β-lactamase production by Bacillus cereus EMB20” International Journal of Biological Macromolecules doi: 10.1016/j.ijbiomac.2017.10.053

2017

133.

 Arti Kumari, S.K. Khare and Jayanta KunduAdverse effect of CdTe quantum dots on the cell membrane of Bacillus subtilis: insight from microscopy” Nano-structures and Nano-objects https://doi.org/10.1016/j.nanoso.2017.08.003

2017

132.

Ayesha Sadaf and S.K. Khare “Efficacy of ionic liquids on the growth and simultaneous xylanase production by Sporotrichum thermophile: membrane integrity, composition and morphological investigation” RSC Advances 7, 21114–21123

2017

131.

R. Hemamalini, Rajeshwari Sinha and S. K. Khare “Comparative proteomic insights on responses of Gram-positive and Gram-negative halophilic bacteria grown in two different salt concentrations” Curr. Proteomics, 14, doi: 10.2174/1570164614666170619085912

2017

130.

Ayesha Sadaf, Rajeshwari Sinha and S. K. KhareStructure and Functional Characterisation of a Distinctive β-Lactamase from an Environmental Strain EMB20 of Bacillus cereus” Appl Biochem Biotechnol doi 10.1007/s12010-017-2539-8

2017

129.

Neerja Yadav, Munishwar Nath Gupta, S.K. Khare, “Three phase partitioning and spectroscopic characterization of bioactive constituent from halophilic Bacillus subtilis EMB M15”. Bioresource Technology, 242:283-286.

2017

128.

Mehak Baweja, Puneet Kumar Singh, Ayesha Sadaf, Rameshwar Tiwari, Lata Nain, S.K. Khare, Pratyoosh Shukla, Cost effective characterization process and molecular dynamic simulation of detergent compatible alkaline protease from Bacillus pumilus strain MP27’’ Process Biochemistry, 58:199–203

2017

127.

S Bajaj, S Sagar, S.K. Khare, DK Singh “Biodegradation of γ-hexachlorocyclohexane (lindane) by halophilic bacterium Chromohalobacter sp. LD2 isolated from HCH dumpsite”: Int Biodeterior Biodegradation,122, 23-28

2017

126.

Jasneet Grewal, Razi Ahmad and S.K. KhareDevelopment of cellulase-nanoconjugates with enhanced ionic liquid and thermal stability for in situ lignocellulose saccharificationBioresource Technology, 242:236-243.

2017

125.

 

Arti Pal, Razi Ahmad, Sangeeta Negi and S.K. Khare "Biodegradation of waste grease by Penicillium chrysogenum for production of fatty acid"  Bioresource Technology, 226: 31–38

 

2017

 

124.

 

Amrik Bhattacharya and S.K. Khare “Biodegradation of 4-chlorobiphenyl by using induced cells and cell extract of Burkholderia xenovorans.” Bioremediation, DOI: 10.1080/10889868.2017.1282940

           

2017

123.

 

Jasneet Grewal and S. K. Khare “2-Pyrrolidone synthesis from γ-aminobutyric acid produced by Lactobacillus brevis under solid-state fermentation utilizing toxic deoiled cottonseed cake” Bioprocess Biosystem Engineering, 40: 145-152  

 

2017

122.

 

Rahul Sakla, R. Hemamalini, Pranaw Kumar and S.K. Khare “Effect of CeO2 Nanoparticles on Germination and Total Proteins Pattern of Brassica nigra Seeds” Current Bionanotechnology, 2:122-126

 

2016

121.

 

R. Hemamalini  and  S.K. KharePurification and characterization of active aggregates of an organic solvent tolerant lipase from Marinobacter sp. EMB5” Insights in Enzyme Research, 1:1-8

 

2016

120.

Amrik Bhattacharya, S.K. Khare, “Sustainable Options for Mitigation of Major Toxicants Originating from Electronic Wastes (E-wastes)” Current Science, 111:1946-1954

2016

119.

Ayesha Sadaf, Vivek K. Morya, S.K. Khare, “Applicability of Sporotrichum thermophile xylanase in the in situ saccharification of wheat straw pre-treated with ionic liquids” Process Biochemistry, 51:2090-2096

 

2016

118.

Shubhrima Ghosh and S.K. KhareBiodegradation of cytotoxic 7-Ketocholesterol by Pseudomonas aeruginosa PseABioresource Technology, 213:44-49

2016

117.

Neerja, Jasneet Grewal, Amrik Bhattacharya, Sumit Kumar, D.K. Singh and S.K. Khare “Biodegradation of 1,1,1-trichloro-2,2-bis (4-chlorophenyl) ethane (DDT) by using Serratia marcescens NCIM 2919” Journal of Environmental Science and Health, 5:1-8.

2016

116.

 

Sumit Kumar and S.K. Khare “Halophiles as a source of polyextremophilic α-amylase for industrial applications” AIMS Microbiology 2(1): 1-26. doi: 10.3934/microbiol.2016.1.1

 

2016

115.

 

Rajeshwari Sinha, R. Hemamalini  and  S.K. Khare “Proteomic investigations on interaction of silver nanoparticles with halophilic Bacillus sp. EMB9” Current Bionanotechnology 1(2): 116-124.

2015

114.

 

R.  Hemamalini  and  S.K. KhareSecretome analysis of a Pseudomonas aeruginosa strain grown under high alkane stress” Current Proteomics, 12(3): 202 – 208

 

2015

113.

S.K. Khare, Ashok Pandey, Christian Larroche “Current perspectives in enzymatic saccharification of lignocellulosic biomass” Biochemical Engineering Journal, (102): 38-44.

 

2015

112.

Sumit Kumar and S.K. Khare, “Chloride activated halophilic α­amylase from Marinobacter sp. EMB8: Production optimization and nanoimmobilization for efficient starch hydrolysis”. Enzyme Research, Article ID 859485.

2015

111.

 Sumit Kumar, Rizwan Hasan Khan and S.K. Khare, “Structural elucidation and molecular characterization of Marinobacter sp. α-amylase”. Preparative biochemistry and biotechnology, DOI: 10.1080/10826068.2015.1015564

2015

110.

Rajeshwari Sinha and S.K. Khare, “Immobilization of halophilic Bacillus sp. EMB9 protease on functionalized silica nanoparticles and application in whey protein hydrolysis". Bioprocess and Biosystems Engineering, (38): 739-748

2015

109.

Rajeshwari Sinha and S.K. Khare, “Effect of organic solvents on structure and activity of moderately halophilic Bacillus sp. EMB9 protease”. Extremophile, 18 (6):1057-1066.

2014

108.

Shivani Chaturvedi, Suaib Luqman and S.K. Khare, “Facet of isoflavone, phenol and flavonoid content in soybean (Glycine max Merrill) varieties under dissimilar processing conditions”. Annals of Phytomedicine, 3(1): 50-55

2014

107.

R. Hemamalini and S.K. Khare, “A proteomic approach to understand the role of the outer membrane porins in the organic solvent-tolerance of Pseudomonas aeruginosa PseA”. PLOS ONE 9 (8): e103788, DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0103788.

2014

106.

Rajeshwari Sinha and S.K. Khare, “Structural changes in halophilic and non-halophilic proteases in response to chaotropic reagents”. The Protein Journal, 33: 394-402

2014

105.

Suaib Luqman, Syed Ibrahim Rizvi, André-Michael Beer, S.K. Khare and Pinar Atukeren, “Efficacy of herbal drugs in human diseases and disorders. Evidence-based complementary and alternative medicine”. (Editorial Article) Article ID 273676.

2014

104.

Gorakh Nath Gupta, Seweta Srivastava, S.K. Khare and Veeru Prakash, “Role of phosphate solubilizing bacteria in crop growth and disease management. Journal of Pure and Applied Microbiology, 8(1): 461-474.

2014

103.

Arvind Sinha, Amit Singh, Sumit Kumar, S.K. Khare and A. Ramanan, “Microbial mineralization of struvite: A promising process to overcome phosphate sequestering crisis”. Water Research, 54:33-43

2014

102.

Rajeshwari Sinha and S.K. Khare, “Protective role of salt in catalysis and maintaining structure of halophilic proteins against denaturation”. Frontiers in Microbiology, 5:165.

2014

101.

Ayesha Sadaf and S.K. Khare, “Production of Sporotrichum thermophile xylanase by solid state fermentation utilizing deoiled Jatropha curcas seed cake and its application in xylooligosachharide synthesis”. Bioresource Technology, 153: 126–130

2014

100.

Chetna Joshi, S.K. Khare and M. N. Gupta, “Applications of solid-state fermentation process in biological detoxification of industrial wastes”. Current Biochemical Engineering, 1:35-49.

2014

99.

Rajeshwari Sinha and S.K. Khare, “Differential interactions of halophilic and nonhalophilic proteases with nanoparticles”. Sustainable Chemical Processes, 2(1):4

2014

98.

Gorakh Nath Gupta, Seweta Srivastava, S.K. Khare and Veeru Prakash,” Extremophiles: An overview of microorganism from extreme environment”. International Journal of Agriculture, Environment & Biotechnology, 7(2): 371-380.

2014

97.

Arvind Sinha and S.K. Khare, “Manganese: its speciation, pollution and microbial mitigation”. International Journal of Applied Sciences and Biotechnology, 1(4): 162-170.

2013

96.

Rajeshwari Sinha, A. K. Srivastava and S.K. Khare, “Efficient proteolysis and application of an alkaline protease from halophilic Bacillus sp. EMB9”. Preparative Biochemistry and Biotechnology, 44(7): 680-696.

2013

95.

Arvind Sinha, Sumit Kumar and S.K. Khare, “Biochemical basis of mercury remediation and bioaccumulation by Enterobacter sp. EMB21”. Applied Biochemistry and Biotechnology, 169: 256-267.

2013

94.

Rajeshwari Sinha and S.K. Khare, “Characterization of detergent compatible protease of a halophilic Bacillus sp. EMB9: Differential role of metal ions in stability and activity”. Bioresource Technology, 45: 357-361.

2013

93.

Rajeshwari Sinha and S.K. Khare, “Molecular basis of nanotoxicity and interaction of microbial cells with nanoparticles”. Current Biotechnology, 2: 64-72. (Most Cited Article: http://benthamscience.com/journals/current-biotechnology/most-cited-articles/#top)

2013

92.

Santosh Kumar Singh, S.K. Singh, V.R. Tripathi, S.K. Khare and S.K. Garg, “Downstream processing, characterization and structure-function relationship of solvent-, detergent-, psychro-, thermo-, alkalistable metalloprotease from metal-, solvent-tolerant psychrotrophic Pseudomonas putida SKG-1 isolate”. Biotechnology progress. 29(1): 99-108.

2013

91.

Chetna Joshi and S.K. Khare, “Purification, characterization and structural analysis of lipase of Pseudomonas aeruginosa PseA produced during solid-state fermentation of deoiled Jatropha seed cake”. Biocatalysis and Agricultural Biotechnology 2: 32-37.

2013

90.

Sumit  Kumar, Ram Karan, Sanjay  Kapoor, S.P. Singh and S.K. Khare, “Screening and isolation of halophilic bacteria producing industrially important enzymes”. Brazilian Journal Microbiology. 43: 1595-1603. (Most Cited Article: https://www.journals.elsevier.com/brazilian-journal-of-microbiology/most-cited-articles)

2012

89.

Rajeshwari Sinha and S.K. Khare, “Isolation and characterization of halophilic Virgibacillus sp. EMB13: purification and characterization of its protease for detergent application”. Indian Journal of Biotechnology. 11: 416-426. 

2012

88.

Arvind Sinha and S.K. Khare, “Mercury bioremediation by mercury accumulating Enterobacter sp. cells and its alginate immobilized application”. Biodegradation. 23: 25-34.

2012

87.

Shivani Chaturvedi, R. Hemamalini and S.K. Khare, “Effect of processing conditions on saponin content and antioxidant activity of Indian varieties of soybean (Glycine max Linn.). Annals of Phytomedicine. 1: 62-68.

2012

86.

Sunil Kumar, Anisha Mathur, Varsha Singh, Suchismita Nandy, S.K. Khare and Sangeeta Negi, “Bioremediation of waste cooking oil using a novel lipase produced by Penicillium chrysogenum SNP5 grown in solid medium containing waste grease. Bioresource Technology. 120:300-304.

2012

85.

Sumit Kumar and S.K. Khare, “Purification and characterization of maltooligosaccharide-forming α-amylase from moderately halophilic Marinobacter sp. EMB8”. Bioresource Technology. 116:247-251.

2012

84.

Chetna Joshi and S.K. Khare, “Induction of xylanase in thermophilic fungi Scytalidium thermophilum and Sporotrichum thermophile”. Brazilian Archives of Biology and Technology. 55:21-27.

2012

83.

Arvind Sinha, K.K. Pant and S.K. Khare, “Studies on mercury bioremediation by alginate immobilized mercury tolerant Bacillus sp. Cells”. International Biodeterioration and Biodegradation. 71:1-8.

2012

82.

Ruchi Gaur and S. K. Khare, “Solvent tolerant Pseudomonads as a source of novel lipases for applications in non-aqueous systems”. Biocatalysis and Biotransformation. 29(5): 161–171.

2011

81.

Santosh Kumar Singh, S.K. Singh, V.R. Tripathi, S.K. Khare and S.K. Garg, “Comparative one-factor-at-a-time, response surface (statistical) and bench-scale bioreactor level optimization of thermoalkaline protease production from a psychrotrophic Pseudomonas putida SKG-1 isolate”. Microbial Cell Factories.10:114.

2011

80.

Santosh Kumar Singh, S.K. Singh, V.R. Tripathi, S.K. Khare and S.K. Garg, “A novel psychrotrophic, solvent tolerant Pseudomonas putida SKG-1 and solvent stability of its psychro-thermoalkalistable protease”. Process Biochemistry. 46: 1430-1435.

2011

79.

Arvind Sinha, Vidya Nand Singh, Bodh Raj Mehta and S.K. Khare, “Synthesis and characterization of monodispersed orthorhombic manganese oxide nanoparticles produced by Bacillus sp. cells simultaneous to its bioremediation”. Journal of Hazardous Materials. 192: 620–627.

2011

78.

Surender Singh, Livleen Shukla, S.K. Khare and Lata Nain, “Detection and characterization of new thermostable endoglucanase from Aspergillus awamori strain F 18”. Journal of  Mycology and Plant Pathology. 41(1):97-103.

2011

77.

Chetna Joshi, Priyanka Mathur and S. K. Khare, “Degradation of phorbol esters by Pseudomonas aeruginosa PseA during solid-state fermentation of deoiled Jatropha curcas seed cake”. Bioresource Technology. 102:4815-4819.

2011

76.

Ram Karan and S. K. Khare, “Stability of haloalkaliphilic Geomicrobium sp. protease modulated by salt”. Biochemistry (Moscow). 76(6):686-693.

2011

75.

Arvind Sinha and S. K. Khare, “Mercury bioaccumulation and simultaneous nanoparticle synthesis by Enterobacter sp. Cells”. Bioresource Technology. 102:4281-4284.

2011

74.

Ram Karan, Raj Kumar Mohan Singh, S. Kapoor and S. K. Khare, “Gene identification and molecular characterization of solvent stable protease from a moderately haloalkaliphilic bacterium Geomicrobium sp. EMB2”. Journal of Microbiology and Biotechnology. 21(2):129-135.

2011

73.

Ram Karan, S. P. Singh, S. Kapoor and S. K. Khare, “A novel organic solvent tolerant protease from a newly isolated Geomicrobium sp. EMB2 (MTCC 10310): production optimization by response surface methodology”. New Biotechnology. 28:136-145.

2011

72.

Chetna Joshi and S. K. Khare, “Utilization of deoiled Jatropha curcas seed cake for production of xylanase from thermophilic Scytalidium thermophilum”. Bioresource Technology. 102(2):1722-1726.

2011

71.

Rajeshwari Sinha, Ram Karan, Arvind Sinha and S. K. Khare, “Interaction and Nanotoxic effect of ZnO and Ag nanoparticles on mesophilic and halophilic bacterial cells”. Bioresource Technology. 102(2):1516–1520.

2011

70.

Ruchi Gaur and S. K. Khare, “Statistical optimization of palm oil hydrolysis by Pseudomonas aeruginosa PseA lipase. Asia-Pacific Journal of Chemical Engineering. 6(1):147-153.

2011

69.

Shivani Chaturvedi, Balraj Singh, Lata Nain, S. K.  Khare, A. K.  Pandey and Santosh Satya, “Evaluation of hydrolytic enzymes in bioaugmented compost of Jatropha cake under aerobic and partial anaerobic conditions”. Annals of Microbiology. 60:685-691.

2010

68.

Rachna Khurana, Ram Karan, Anand Kumar and S. K. Khare, “Antioxidant and Antimicrobial Activities in Some Indian Herbal Plants: Protective Effect Against Free Radical Mediated DNA Damage”. Journal of Plant Biochemistry and Biotechnology. 19:229-233.

2010

67.

Ram Karan and S. K. Khare, “Purification and characterization of a solvent stable protease from Geomicrobium sp. EMB2”. Environmental Technology. 31:1061-1072.

2010

66.

Ruchi Gaur, Tripti Grover, S. Kapoor and S. K. Khare, “Purification and characterization of a solvent stable aminopeptidase from Pseudomonas aeruginosa: Cloning and analysis of aminopeptidase gene conferring solvent stability”. Process Biochemistry. 45:757-764.

2010

65.

S. Mitra, S.K.Khare, and R. Singh, “Alkaline lipase production from Enterobacter aerogenes by solid-state fermentation of agro-industrial wastes”. International Journal of Environment and Waste Management 5 (3), 410-418           

2010

64.

Ruchi Gaur and S. K. Khare, “Cellular response mechanisms in Pseudomonas aeruginosa PseA during growth in organic solvents”. Letters in Applied Microbiology. 49(3):372-377.

2009

63.

Anshu Gupta and S. K. Khare, “Enzymes from solvent tolerant microbes: Useful biocatalysts for non-aqueous enzymology”. Critical Reviews in Biotechnology. 29:44-54.

2009

62.

S. K. Khare, A. Kumar and T. M. Kuo, “Lipase-catalyzed production of a bioactive fatty amide derivative of 7, 10-dihydroxy-8 (E)-octadecenoic acid”. Bioresource Technology. 100(3):1482-1485.

2009

61.

Ruchi Gaur, Anshu Gupta and S. K. Khare, “Purification and characterization of a solvent tolerant lipase from Pseudomonas aeruginosa PseA”. Process Biochemistry. 43(10):1040-1046

2008

60.

Ruchi Gaur, Gorakh Nath Gupta, Vamsikrishnan and S. K. Khare, “Protein-Coated Microcrystals of Pseudomonas aeruginosa PseA lipase”. Applied Biochemistry and Biotechnology. 151:160-166.

2008

59.

M. S. Dodia, C. M. Rawal, H. G. Bhimani, R. H. Joshi, S. K. Khare and S. P. Singh, “Purification and stability characteristics of an alkaline serine protease from a newly isolated Haloalkaliphilic bacterium sp. AH-6”. Journal of industrial microbiology and biotechnology. 35:121-123.

2008

58.

Nilkamal Mahanta, Anshu Gupta and S. K. Khare, “Production of protease and lipase by solvent tolerant Pseudomonas aeruginosa PseA in solid-state fermentation using Jatropha curcas seed cake as substrate”. Bioresource Technology. 99:1729-35.

2008

57.

Ruchi Gaur, Anshu Gupta and S. K. Khare, “Lipase from solvent tolerant Pseudomonas aeruginosa strain: Production Optimization by RSM and application”. Bioresource Technology. 99:4796-4802. (IF: 4.75)

2008

56.

Anshu Gupta and S. K. Khare, “Enhanced production and characterization of solvent stable protease from solvent tolerant Pseudomonas aeruginosa PseA”. Enzyme and Microbial Technology. 42(1):1-16.

2007

55.

Anshu Gupta, Swatismita Ray, S. Kapoor and S. K. Khare, “Solvent stable Pseudomonas aeruginosa PseA protease gene: Identification, molecular characterization, phylogenetic and bioinformatics analysis to study reasons for solvent stability”. Journal of molecular microbiology and biotechnology. 15(4):234-243.

2007

54.

Ruchi Gaur, Aparna Sharma, S. K. Khare and M. N. Gupta, “A novel process for extraction of edible oils. Enzyme assisted three phase partitioning (EATPP)”. Bioresource Technology. 98(3):696-699.

2007

53.

P.C. Bargale, S.K. Khare, N. Tayade, and S. Kawade, “Effect of enzymetic treatment on oil recovery of soybean”. Journal of Dairying, Foods and Home Sciences. 26 (1): 15-17.

2007

52.

Anshu Gupta and S. K. Khare, “A protease stable in organic solvents from solvent tolerant strain of Pseudomonas aeruginosa”. Bioresource Technology. 97:1788-1793.

2006

51.

Ruchi Gaur, Hema Pant, Ruchi Jain and S. K. Khare, “Galacto-oligosaccharide synthesis by immobilized Aspergillus oryzae β –galactosidase”. Food Chemistry 97:426-430.

2006

50.

Anshu Gupta, Rajni Singh, S. K. Khare and M. N. Gupta, “A solvent tolerant isolate of Enterobacter aerogenes”. Bioresource Technology. 97:99-103.

2006

49.

Anshu Gupta, R. K. Patel, Ipsita Roy, S. P. Singh, S. K. Khare and M. N. Gupta, “One step purification and characterization of an alkaline protease from haloalkaliphilic Bacillus sp.”. Journal of Chromatography-A. 1075: 103-108.

2005

48.

Anshu Gupta, Ipsita Roy, S. K. Khare and M. N. Gupta, “Purification and characterization of a solvent stable protease from   Pseudomonas aeruginosa PseA, Journal of Chromatography-A, 1069: 155-161. (IF: 4.61)

2005

47.

Ruchi Gaur, Lata and S.K. Khare, “Immobilization of xylan-degrading enzymes from Scytalidium thermophilum on Eudragit L-100”. World Journal of Microbiology and Biotechnology. 21: 1123-1128.

2005

46.

R. Singh, A. Jain, S. Panwar, D. Gupta, and S.K. Khare, “Antimicrobial activity of some natural dyes”. Dye and Pigments, 66 (2): 99-102.

2005

45.

D. Gupta, S.K. Khare, and A. Laha, “Antimicrobial properties of natural dyes against gram negative bacteria”. Coluration Technology. 120:167-171.

2004

44.

S.R. Shenoy, M. Khalid, A. Gupta, R. Singh, S.K. Khare, and M.N. Gupta, “Purification of an Enterobacter aerogenes plasmid DNA using MnCl2 as compaction agent”. Analytical Biochemistry. 321(2): 256-258.

2003

43.

S.K. Khare, T. Maruyama, M. Nakajima and T.M. Kuo, “Modification of Chromobacterium viscosum lipase by stearic acid”. Journal of Plant Biochemistry and Biotechnology. 12: 73-76. (IF: 0.414)

2003

42.

I. Roy, A. Gupta, S.K. Khare, V.S. Bisaria and M.N. Gupta, “Immobilization of xylan degrading enzymes from Melanocarpus albomyces II S-68 on the smart polymer eudragit L-100”. Applied Microbiology and Biotechnology. 61: 309-313.

2003

41.

A. Gupta, I. Roy, S.K. Khare, V.S. Bisaria and M.N. Gupta, “One-step purification of xylanase from Melanocarpus albomyces and ethylene glycol as a soluble additive for enhancing its thermal stability”. Biotechnology Letters. 24: 2005-2009. (IF: 1.636)

2002

40.

A. Gupta, R. Singh, S.K. Khare, M.N. Gupta, “An extracellular alkaline lipase from Enterobacter aerogenes”. Indian Journal of Microbiology. 42: 263-265.

2002

39.

A. Sharma, S.K. Khare and M.N. Gupta, “Three phase partitioning for extraction of oil from soybean meal”. Bioresource Technology. 85 (3): 327-329.

2002

38.

A. Sharma, S.K. Khare and M.N. Gupta, “Enzyme-assisted aqueous extraction process of rice bran oil”. Journal of the American Oil Chemists' Society. 79: 215-218.

2002

37.

A.P. Gandhi, K. Jha and S.K. Khare, “Application of HACCP system for the production of edible grade soymeal”. Journal of Food Science and Technology. 38 (1): 68-70.

2001

36.

A.P. Gandhi, S.K. Khare and K. Jha, “Determination of residual hexane and microbiological studies in deoiled soybean meal”. Journal of Food Science and Technology. 38 (3): 260-262.

2001

35.

A. Sharma, S.K. Khare and M.N. Gupta, “Enzyme-assisted aqueous extraction process of peanut oil, Journal of the American Oil Chemists' Society. 78: 949-951.

2001

34.

S. Teotia, R. Lata, S.K. Khare and M.N. Gupta, “One step purification of glucoamylase by affinity precipitation with alginate”. Journal of molecular recognition. 14: 295-299.

2001

33.

A. Sharma, S.K. Khare and M.N. Gupta, “Hydrolysis of rice-hull by crosslinked   A. niger cellulose”. Bioresource Technology. 78:281-284.

2001

32.

S. Teotia, S.K. Khare and M.N. Gupta, “An efficient purification process for sweet potato beta-amylase by affinity precipitation with alginate”. Enzyme and Microbial Technology. 28 : 792-795.

2001

31.

S.K. Khare, H.  Nabetani, and M. Nakajima, “Lipase catalyzed inter esterification reactions & their industrial applications”. Indian Food Industry, 19: 29-35.

2000

30.

K.C. Joshi, P.C. Bargale and S.K. Khare, Studies on small-scale production of lecithin from vegetable oils. Journal of Dairying Foods & Home Sciences. 19(2):81-87, 2000

2000

29.

S.K. Khare and M. Nakajima, “Immobilization of Rhizopus japonicus lipase on celite and its application for enrichment of docosahexaenoic acid in soybean oil”. Food Chemistry. 68:153-157.

2000

28.

S.K.  Khare, K. Jha, and A.P. Gandhi, Glucoamylase production from solid state fermentation of okara. Journal of Dairying Foods & Home Sciences.17: 85-90

1996

27.

K. Jha, S.K. Khare, and A.P. Gandhi, “Production of Single cell protein by solid state fermentation of soyhull”. Journal of Dairying Foods & Home Sciences. 15:209-213

1996).

26.

S.K. Khare, K. Jha, and A.P. Gandhi, “Soybean-an anticarcinogenic food”. Invention Intelligence. 31(9):418-419.

1996

25.

S.K. Khare and K. Jha, “Application of fermentation technology in utilization of soybean processing byproducts”. Indian Food Packer. 50(1): 41-47.

1996

24.

K. Jha, S.K. Khare, and A.P. Gandhi, “Utilization of soyhull for Single Cell Protein production by solid state fermentation”. Journal of Dairying Foods & Home Sciences. 15: 209-213.

1996.

23.

K. Jha, S.K. Khare, and A.P. Gandhi, “Solid-state fermentation of Soyhull for the Production of Cellulase”. Bioresource Technology. 54(3): 321-322.

1995

22.

S.K.  Khare, K. Jha, and A.P. Gandhi, “Citric acid production from Okara (soy-residue) by solid state fermentation”. Bioresource Technology. 54(3): 323-325.

1995

21.

L.K. Sinha, S.K. Khare, and K. Jha, “Studies on okara fortified biscuits: preparation and nutritional evaluation”. Journal of Dairying Foods & Home Sciences. 14: 91-94.

1995

20.

S.K. Khare and K. Jha, “Applications of immobilized enzymes and cells in the processing of soymilk and soyfoods”.  Indian Food Industry. 14(6): 48-51.

1995

19.

R. Srivastava, Y.S. Rajput, S.K. Khare, R. Tyagi, and M.N. Gupta, “Purification and characterization of an acid phosphatase from Arachis hypogea”. Biochemistry Molecular Biology International. 35: 949-956.

1995

18.

R.E. Huber, M.N. Gupta, and S.K. Khare, “The active site and mechanism of the β -galactosidase from Escherichia coli”. International Journal of Biochemistry. 26(3): 309-318.

1994

17.

S.K.  Khare, K. Jha, and A.P. Gandhi, “Entrapment of wheat phytase in polyacrylamide gel and its application in soymilk phytate hydrolysis”. Biotechnology and Applied Biochemistry. 19: 193-198.

1994

16.

S.K.  Khare, K. Jha, and A.P. Gandhi, “Use of agarose entrapped Aspergillus niger cells for production of citric acid from soy whey”. Applied Microbiology and Biotechnology. 41: 571-573.

1994

15.

S.K.  Khare, K. Jha, and A.P. Gandhi, “Single cell protein production by solids state fermentation of okara (soy residue)”. Pollution Research. 13 (4): 417:420.

1994

14.

K. Jha, S.K. Khare, and A.P. Gandhi, “Antinutritional factors in oilseed legumes”. Advance in Agriculture Sciences. 2:141-168.

1994

13.

S.K.  Khare, K. Jha, and A.P. Gandhi, “Hydrolysis of flatulence causing galactosidase oligosaccharides of soymilk by polyacrylamide entrapped Aspergillus oryzae cells”. Food Chemistry. 51: 29-31.

1994

12.

S.K.  Khare, K. Jha, and A.P. Gandhi, “Preparation of soybean meal protein hydrolyzate by agarose-entrapped Bacillus subtilis cells”. Food Chemistry. 50: 121-123.

1994

11.

M.N. Nainwani, L.K. Sinha, A.P. Gandhi and S.K. Khare, “Preparation and characterization of dried soypulp powder”. Alternate Appropriate Technology Agriculture. 5 (1): 29-32.

1994

10.

S.K.  Khare, K. Jha, and A.P. Gandhi, “An assessment of trace metal binding capacity of soy hulls”. Agricultural and Biological Research. 9: 61-65.

1993

9.

S.K.  Khare, K. Jha, and A.P. Gandhi, “Physio-chemical and functional properties of okara protein isolates”. Journal of Dairying Foods & Home Sciences. 12(3): 132-136.

1993

8.

A.P. Gandhi, K. Jha, S.K Khare, and N. Ali, “Status of soymeal production and its utilization for human food in India”. SOPA Digest, Nov. 92: 21-25.

1992

7.

S.K.  Khare, S. Vaidya, and M.N. Gupta, “Entrapment of Proteins by aggregation within sephadex beads”. Applied Biochemistry and Biotechnology. 27(3): 205-216.

1991

6.

S.K. Khare, and M.N. Gupta, “An active and insoluble aggregate of E. coli β-galactosidase”. Biotechnology and Bioengineering. 35: 94-98.

1990

5.

V. Bhutani, S. Yadav, S.K. Khare, and A. Saxena, “Effect of light intensity on chlorophylls Zea mays chloroplast”. Environment & Ecology, 7: 261-264.

1989

4.

S.K. Khare, and M.N. Gupta, “Immobilization of E. coli β -galactosidase and its derivatives by polyacrylamide gel”. Biotechnology and Bioengineering. 31: 829-833

1988

3.

S.K. Khare, and M.N. Gupta, “Preparation of Con A- β -galactosidase and its application in lactose hydrolysis”. Journal of Bioscience. 13: 47-54.

1988

2.

S.K. Khare, S. Yadav, A. Saxena, and V. Bhutani, “Inheritance of carotenoids in Zea mays chloroplast”. Vegetos, 1: 33-37.

1988

1.

S.K. Khare, and M.N. Gupta, “A crosslinked preparation of E. coli β-galactosidase”. Applied Biochemistry and Biotechnology. 16: 1-15.

1987

 

 

PATENTS

 

Details

Patent Application No.

Status

1.      Microbiological process for removal of phorbol esters

1845/DEL/2012 (India)

Granted

2.      A mercury accumulating Enterobacter sp. for mercury bioremediation

Application Filed

In process

 

BOOKS/ CHAPTERS

 

1.       Shubhrima Ghosh, Rameshwar Tiwari, R. Hemamalini and S.K. Khare (2017) Multi-omic approaches for mapping interactions among marine microbiomes: In Understanding Host-Microbiome Interactions - An Omics Approach. Springer, Heidelberg.

2.      Anchal Goel, Rajeshwari Sinha and S.K. Khare (2017) Immobilisation of A. oryzae beta- galactosidase on silico nano particles: Development of an effective biosensor for determination of lactose in milk whey: In Recent advances in Applied Microbiology. Springer, Heidelberg.

3.      Ayesha Sadaf, Jasneet Grewal and S.K. Khare (2017). Potential of ionic liquid tolerant cellulases and hemicellulases for the generation of cost effective biofuels and chemicals: Accepted in Waste Biorefineries. Elsevier Science, Amsterdam, The Netherlands

4.      Jasneet Grewal and S.K. Khare (2016), Lipases as biocatalyst for production of biolubricants: In Environmentally Friendly and Biobased Lubricants, pp 187-203. Taylor and Francis CRC Press, United States doi:10.1201/9781315373256-12

5.      Ruchi Gaur, R. Hemamalini and S.K. Khare (2016). Industrial Enzymes: Lipolytic enzymes:Lipase. In Production, Isolation and Purification of Industrial Products. Elsevier Science, Amsterdam, The Netherlands.

6.      R. Sinha and S.K. Khare, (2015) Interaction between nanoparticles and plants: Increasing evidence of phytotoxicity. In: Bio-Nanoparticles: Biosynthesis and Sustainable Biotechnological Implications, pp 255-272, John Wiley and Sons, USA.

7.      G. N. Gupta, S.K. Khare, and V. Prakash, (2015). Cold Active Lipase from Psychrophile and their Industrial Application. In: Microbial Biodiversity: A Boon For Agriculture Sustainability, pp 211-224, Biotech Books, India.

8.      Shivani Chaturvedi, R. Hemamalini and S.K. Khare (2014). Waste treatment in Food processing industries. In Women, Technology and Development. Published 2014. Daryaganj, New Delhi, India, Narosa Publishing House.

9.      A. Sinha, R. Sinha, and S.K. Khare, (2014). Heavy metal bioremediation and nanoparticle synthesis by metallophiles. In: Geomicrobiology and Biogeochemistry Soil Biology, Vol-39, pp 101-118, Springer, Heidelberg.

10.  R. Karan, S. Kumar, R. Sinha, and S.K. Khare, (2012). Halophilic microorganisms as source of novel enzymes. In: Microorganisms in Sustainable Agriculture and Biotechnology, pp 555-579, Springer, Germany. 

11.  R. Sinha, and S.K. Khare, (2012). Thermostable proteases In: Thermophiles in Environmental and Industrial Biotechnology, pp 859-880, Springer, Germany.

12.  S.K. Khare, (2007) Structure and function of biological macromolecules. In: E-book “Microbial physiology and biochemistry” NISCAIR (CSIR), New Delhi.

13.  M. Nakajima, B.  J. Snape, and S.K. Khare, (2000). Application of enzyme and membrane Technology in the processing of Fats and oils, In: Methods in Non-aqueous Enzymology, pp 70-89, Birkhauser Verlag AG Press, Basel, Switzerland.

14.  S.K. Khare, (1997). Introduction to Biotechnology and Genetic Engineering. In: XII Gen. Vocational Course Book. PASSIVE (NCERT), Bhopal.

MONOGRAPH

 

1.      S. Chaturvedi, and S. K. Khare, (2012), Reducing Wastages in Processed Food Sector” A monograph for Ministry of Food Processing Industries, Govt. of India.

TECHNICAL REPORTS

1.      S.K. Khare, UNU report “Biotechnological applications of lipases” United Nation University, Tokyo. May, 1998. CIAE Technical Report No. CIAE/SPU-21 (98) 98/168, Bhopal. pp 36.

2.      S.K. Khare, FAO report “Soybean Processing & Utilization” Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences, Beijing, China, Dec. 1994- CIAE Technical Report No. CIAE/SPU-17 (95) 95/168, Bhopal. pp 22.