Molecular Biology Group made the bridge between the clinical practice and laboratory expertise. The major focus of this group is to identify molecular marker for early detection of cancer. In addition, this division is also involved in human resource development by providing training and conducting workshop to clinical & basic researcher.
Our research group is focused primarily on functional genomics and epigenetics to understand the molecular mechanism for the development of cancers. The different approaches are
Mainly focus on:
Disease of Interest are:
We are working on signaling pathways of several proteins that have been associated with many cancers including breast, cervical and oral and other cancers. Signalling pathways has been emerging as a key cellular event that links chronic inflammation to cancer and frequently reported in majority of cancers. However, the cellular events responsible for constitutively active signaling and modulation of its downstream cellular effects remained a poorly-defined area and demanded better understanding for its effective therapeutic targeting. Although there are a number of positive and negative protein regulators that control expression and activity of signalling pathways.
Focus Area of Research
Our molecular biology group is working on therapeutic and preventive bioactive compounds of natural origin are significant due to their elevated margin of safety and desired range of efficacy. The major class of such bioactive compounds demonstrated protective effect against certain carcinoma cells. several natural herbal antioxidant agents are shown to have a wide range of pharmacological effects including antimicrobial, anti-inflammatory and antiproliferative activity against cancer cells such as cervical, breast and oral and other associated cancer cells.
Focus Area of Research
Human Resource Development
Scientist 'G' & Coordinator(Molecular Genetics & Biochemistry)
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Scientist 'E'(Molecular Oncology)
Scientist 'E'(Molecular Genetics & Biochemistry)
Scientist 'D'(Molecular Diagnostics)
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Technical Officer-B( Molecular Diagnostics)
Last updated on 11 October, 2019