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Biochemistry & nutrition / Scientist

Dr. Niladri Sekhar Chatterjee 8129030807 niladri.sekhar.chatterjee@gmail.com

  

Area of Research
  • Marine biopolymers
  • Food Chemistry
  • Mass spectrometry
Education
  • M.Sc. in Agricultural Chemicals, IARI, New Delhi

  • Ph.D. in Agricultural Chemicals, IARI, New Delhi

Current projects

  • Marine Biomolecules - Characterisation and Utilisation for Nutraceuticals, Biomedical and Industrial Applications. (IXX11693)

  •  Food Safety Hazards of Fish and Fishery Products : Assessment and Mitigation Measures (IXX12596)

  • Extraction and Purification of Marine Bio-molecules and thier Derivatives for Nutritional and Industrial Applications (OXX02257)-Funded by CMLRE

  • Nutrient profiling and evaluation of fish as a dietary component (OXX02533)-Funded by ICAR outreach activity

  • Establishment of Agri Business Incubation Centre (OXX03498)-Funded by ICAR

Awards and recognitions
  • Indian Council of Agricultural Research, Junior Research Fellowship.

  • Indian Agricultural Research Institute M.Sc. Gold Medal.

  • Department of Science and Technology, India, INSPIRE Fellowship for Ph.D.

Publications (Best 5 publications)
  • Chatterjee N.S., Utture S., Banerjee K., AhammedShabeer T.P., KambleN.,Mathew S. and Ashok Kumar K. (2015). Multiresidue analysis of multiclass pesticides and polyaromatic hydrocarbons in fatty fish by gas chromatography tandem mass spectrometry and evaluation of matrix effect. Food Chemistry, http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.foodchem.2015.09.014. Impact factor 3.391.

  • Chatterjee N.S., Panda S.K., Navitha M., Asha K.K., Anandan R. and Mathew S. (2015). Vanillic acid and coumaric acid grafted chitosan derivatives: improved grafting ratio and potential application in functional food. Journal of Food Science and Technology, DOI 10.1007/s13197-015-1874-4. Impact factor 2.203

  • Chatterjee N.S., Anandan R., Navitha M., Asha K.K., Ashok Kumar K., Mathew S. and Ravishankar C.N. (2015). Development of thiamine and pyridoxine loaded ferulic acid-grafted chitosan microspheres for dietary supplementation. Journal of Food Science and Technology, DOI 10.1007/s13197-015-2044-4. Impact factor 2.203.

  • Anandan R., Chatterjee N.S., Sivakumar R., Mathew S., Asha K.K. and Ganesan B. (2015). Dietary chitosan supplementation ameliorates isoproterenol-induced aberrations in membrane-bound ATPases and mineral status of rat myocardium. Biological Trace Element Research, DOI 10.1007/s12011-015-0289-4. Impact factor 1.748.

  • Chatterjee N.S., Banerjee K., Utture S., Kamble N., Rao B.M., Panda S.K. and Mathew S. (2015). Assessment of polyaromatic hydrocarbons and pesticide residues in domestic and imported pangasius (Pangasianodonhypophthalmus) fish in India. Journal of the Science of Food and Agriculture, DOI 10.1002/jsfa.7352. Impact factor 1.714.

 


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