Research articles


1. Pant, D.R., Bhattarai T., Beck, E and Fettig, S (2009) Genetic transformation of Nepalese wheat (Triticum aestivum,L) cultivars with ipt gene under the regulation of a senescence induced promoter from maize. Pak. J. Biol. Sci., 12(2):101-109

2. Ranjit, M and Bhattarai, T (2009) Prospect of Biotechnology research and innovation for Development of Nepal. Proceeding of the fifth National conference on Science and Technology, Nov. 10-12, 2008 organized by Nepal Academy of Science and Technology: 154-169


1. JoshiB,  Bhatt MR,  Sharma D, Joshi J , Malla R, Sreerama L (2011): Lignocellulosic ethanol production: Current practices  and recent developments. A review  Published In Biotechnology and Molecular Biology Review.

2. Joshi, B, Sah GP, Basnet  BB,  Bhatt M, Sharma D,Subedi K, padney J, Malla R (2011); Phytochemical extraction and antimicrobial properties  of different medicinal plants: Ocimum sanctum (Tulsi),  Eugenia caryophyllata (Clove), Achyranthes bidentata (Datiwan) and Azadirachta indica (Neem) in Journal of Microbiology and Antimicrobials Vol. 3(1), pp. 1-7,

2012 1. Bhattarai, T. Ranjit, S and Ranjit, M (2012) Production of virus free pre-basic seed tubers from meristem culture of two potato cultivars: MS 42.3 and Local Red Round, cultivated in Kathmandu valley JIOST: 131-142.

1. Chhipi Shrestha, J. K., T. Bhattarai, J. Sijapati1, N. Rana1, J. Maharjan1, D. S. Rawal1, B. B. Raskoti3, S. Shrestha (2013)  Assessment of Genetic Diversity in Nepalese Populations of Swertia chirayita (Roxb. Ex Fleming) H. Karst Using RAPD-PCR Technique. American Journal of Plant Sciences, 4: 1617-1628  

2. Malla, Rajani (2013) Phosphatase polymorphism between members of closely related microorganisms. J Nep Biotec Assoc 3: 8-13

3. Pant, Deepak R. and Bhattarai, Tribikram (2013) Optimization of callus induction from immature embryos in two Nepalese Spring wheat cultivars: Effects of MS macro nutrients, sugar and 2,4-Dichlorophenoxy acetic acid concentration. J Nep Biotec Assoc 3: 20-25

4. Sharma, A. B., Sapkota R., Katuwal, A. and Malla,R (2013) Effects of Storage Temperature and multiple freezing thawing on stability of goat polyclonal antibody J Nep Biotec Assoc 3: 49-52.

krishnadasmanandhar.jpgThe shape of country is defined by the higher educations and the research activities adapted by it for the production of potential human resources which may abruptly bring new approaches for nation. While we talk about science and technology in the prospective of Nepal, it has yet to follow the world trend.

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