Journal of Microbiology Research

Journal of Microbiology Research aims to publish all the latest and outstanding research articles, reviews and letters in all areas of major importance to techniques of microbiology and applied research. It publishes high quality research and review papers on novel aspects of microbiology, including environmental, food, agricultural, medical, pharmaceutical, veterinary, soil, water and biodeterioration.


PhD Student, NEHU, India

Research Areas

Environmental microbiology, Molecular biology, Protein Biochemistry

Publications: Conferences/Workshops/Symposiums/Journals/Books

[1]  M.M. Phukan, R.S. Chutia, R.Kumar, Kalita D., B.K. Konwar and R. Kataki (2013) “Assessment of antimicrobial activity of bio-oil from Pongamia glabra VENT (Koroch), Mesua ferrea L. (Nahar) and Parachlorella spp deoiled cake”, Int. J. of Pharm. and Biol. Sc. (USA), Vol. 4(4): 910 - 918.(IF.- 0.67).
[2]  Kalita D and Saikia J.C.(2012) “Ethonomedicinal, Antibacterial and Antifungal Potentiality of Centella asiatica, Nerium indicum and Cuscuta reflexa - Widely Used In Tiwa Tribe of Morigaon district of Assam, India.” Int. J. of Phytomedicine.Vol.4(3), 2012.(I.F.- 0.98).
[3]  Pathak M. J., Kalita D, Verma T.K., and D. Sankari,(2012), “Antimicrobial properties of marine bacteria isolated from the bay of Bengal against phytopathogens.” Int. J. of Pharma. and Pharm. Sc., Vol. 4(4). I.F.- 1.65.
[4]  Kalita D., Jagat Ch. Saikia, Ambarish. S. S., and Anmol. G.K. (2011), “Antimicrobial Activity of leaf extract of two medicinal plants of Boghora hill (Morigaon) Assam against human and plant pathogens”. The Bioscan, 7(2) : 271-274, 2012.
[5]  Kalita D. and Dr. Baruah, P.K.(2013) “Isolation and characterization of PCP degrading bacterial strains of paper mill effluent of Morigaon district, Assam.” Res. J. of Contemporary Concern,Vol.8, pp.- 82-87, India.
[6]  Saikia J.C., Kushre D. and Kalita D. (2011) , “Anti bacterial activity of some medicinal plants of Assam”, national seminar on “Plants Resource Management and Conservation Strategies in N.E. Region.”, proceedings, ISBN: 978-93-81139-47-9, Deptt. Of Botany, Cotton College, Assam.
[7]  Kalita D., Saikia J.C. and Boruah M. S. (2011) “Comparative Study of Herbal Antibacterial with Synthetic Antibiotic.”, International seminar on “Bioresoureses and Human Sustenance.”, proceedings, ISBN: 978-93-82384-36-6, Deptt. Of Zoology, Cotton College, Assam.
[8]  Kalita D., Sidangi A. and Anmol, G.K. (2011), “Antibacterial Activity of Medicinal Plants of India”, 3rd International Conference on “Climate Change, Forest Resources and Environment” abstract of papers, paper no.- J17 , page- 208 , Deptt. of Environmental Science, University of Kerala, Thiruvananthapuram- 695581, Kerala, India.
[9]  Saikia J.C, Kalita D. and Devi A. (2011) “ Antibacterial Activity of Some Medicinal Plants.”, International seminar on “Bioresoureses and Human Sustenance.”, proceedings, ISBN: 978-93-82384-36-6, page- 175, Deptt. of Zoology, Cotton College, Assam.
[10]  S.R. Joshi, Debajit Kalita, Macmillan Nongkhlaw, Pynskhem Swer and Rakshak Kumar (2014) “Metal-microbe interaction and bioremediation”, DOI 10.1007/978-3-319-07665-2_12, ed. Radionuclide Contamination and Remediation Through Plants, Dr. Dharmendra Kumar Gupta and Clemens Walther, ISBN 978-3-319-07664-5, Springer, Switzerland, Pg.- 235-251.