National Institute of Malaria Research

(Indian Council of Medical Research)

Home
About Us
Field Stations
Research & Training
Publications
Audio-Visual Unit
Scientists' Directory
Library
Vacancies
Tender Notices
Contacts

Back Next1993 | 1994 | 1995 | 1996 | 1997 | 1998 | 1999 | 2000 | 2001 | 2002 | 2003 | 2004 | 2005 | 2006 | 2007 | 2009 | 2010 | 2011

List of Publications- 1994

  1. Adak, T., S.K. Subbarao, V.P. Sharma and S.R.V. Rao.  Lactate dehydrogenase allozyme differentiation of species in the An. culicifacies complex.  Med. Vet. Entomol., 8: 137-140.

  2. Adak, T., C.P. Batra, P.K. Mittal and V.P. Sharma. Epidemiological study of malaria outbreak in a hotel construction site of Delhi. Indian J. Malariol., 31: 126-131.

  3. Adak, T., C.P. Batra and C.P. Pillai. Raising mother stocks and maintenance of larvivorous fishes hatcheries in Delhi. In Larvivorous Fishes of Inland Ecosystems: Proceedings of the MRC-CICFRI Workshop. Eds. V.P. Sharma and Apurba Ghosh (Malaria Research Centre, Delhi): 141-146.

  4. Ansari, M.A. and R.K. Razdan.  Repellent action of Cymbopogan martinii Stapf var. sofia oil against mosquitoes.  Indian J. Malariol., 31: 95-102.

  5. Ansari, M.A. and R.K. Razdan. Field trials of Esbiothrin-impregnated ropes in Ramgarh village, Dadri PHC, District Ghaziabad (U.P.). Indian J. Malariol., 31: 57-64.

  6. Ansari, M.A. and R.K. Razdan. Malaria in canal irrigated villages in Distt. Ghaziabad (U.P.), India. Bull. Environ. Sci., XII: 35-38.

  7. Ansari, M.A., R.K. Razdan and P.K. Mittal. Mosquito control in wells using larvivorous fish Poecilia reticulata in Razapur PHC, District Ghaziabad, U.P.  In Larvivorous Fishes of Inland Ecosystems: Procee-dings of the MRC-CICFRI Workshop. Eds. V.P. Sharma and Apurba Ghosh (Malaria Research Centre, Delhi): 135-140.

  8. Bhatt, R.M., H.C. Srivastava and P.K. Pujara. Biology of malaria vectors in central Gujarat. Indian J. Malariol., 31: 65-76.

  9. Bhattacharya, P.R.  Expression of parasporal crystal protein (d-endotoxin) gene(s) of Bacillus thuringiensis var. israelensis in sporogenic and asporogenic mutant strains of Bacillus cereus. J. Biosci., 19(2): 145-153.

  10. Biswas, S., A. Roy and Q.B. Saxena. Strain and serum dependent variability in the growth of P. falciparum in vitro. J. Basic Appl. Bio. Med., 2(3): 17-22.

  11. Biswas, S. and Y.D. Sharma. Enhanced expression of Plasmodium falciparum heat shock protein PfHSP70-I at higher temperatures and parasite survival. FEMS Microbiol. Lett., 124: 425-430.

  12. Chand, S.K. and R.S. Yadav. Use of Oreochromis mossambicus (Peters) in controlling mosquito breeding in cow dung pits. In Proceedings of the MRC-CICFRI Workshop on Larvivorous Fishes of Inland Ecosystems. Eds. V.P. Sharma and Apurba Ghosh (Malaria Research Centre, Delhi): 115-120.

  13. Chandrahas, R.K. and T. Venkataramanaiah. Control of mosquito breeding in Madras City using larvivorous fishes. In Proceedings of the MRC-CICFRI Workshop on Larvivorous Fishes of Inland Ecosystems. Eds. V.P. Sharma and Apurba Ghosh (Malaria Research Centre, Delhi): 47-60.

  14. Dev, V. Breeding habitats of anopheline mosquitoes in Assam. Indian J. Malariol., 31: 31‑34.

  15. Dev, V. and B. Shahi. A preliminary report on larvivorous fishes in Sonapur PHC District Kamrup, Assam. In Larvivorous Fishes of Inland Ecosystems: Proceedings of the MRC-CICFRI Workshop. Eds. V.P. Sharma and Apurba Ghosh (Malaria Research Centre, Delhi): 147-151.

  16. Dev, V., B. Shahi and V.P. Sharma. Field trials with insecticides impregnated bednets for malaria control in Assam. In Tropical Diseases, Molecular Biology and Control Strategies. Eds. Sushil Kumar, A.K. Sen, G.P. Dutta and R.N. Sharma (Publications and Information Directorate, CISR, New Delhi): 387-396.

  17. Dev, V. and S.K. Sharma.  Utility of Poecilia reticulata Peters for the control of mosquito breeding in polluted drains in Assam, India. Ann. Med. Entomol. (Raipur, India), 3: 1-2.

  18. Dev, V. and S. Phookan. Subject wise chronological bibliography of malaria research in the northeastern region of India. Ann. Med. Entomol. (Raipur, India), 3: 3-11.

  19. Dhiman, R.C. and V.P. Sharma. Evaluation of neem oil as Sandfly (Phlebotomus papatasi Scopoli) repellent in an oriental sore endemic area in Rajasthan. Southeast Asian J. Trop. Med. Pub. Hlth., 25(3): 608-610.

  20. Dua, V.K., Reema Sarin and V.P. Sharma. Sulphadoxine concentrations in plasma, red blood cells and whole blood in healthy and Plasmodium falciparum malaria cases after treatment with Fansidar using high per-formance liquid chromatography. J. Pharma. Biomed. Analysis, 12(10): 1317-1323.

  21. Dua, V.K., C.S. Pant and V.P. Sharma. HCH residues in rain water from Hardwar, India.  Bull. Environ. Contam. Toxicol., 52: 797-801.

  22. Dua, V.K. and S.K. Sharma. Use of Guppy and Gambusia fishes for control of mosquito breeding at BHEL Industrial complex, Hardwar (U.P.). In Proceedings of the MRC-CICFRI Workshop Larvivorous Fishes of Inland Ecosystems. Eds. V.P. Sharma and Apurba Ghosh (Malaria Research Centre, Delhi): 35-45.

  23. Eapen, A. and R.K. Chandrahas.  Man biting rate of culicine mosquitoes in Cochin city.  Indian J. Malariol., 31: 132-135.

  24. Giri, A. and M.K. Das. Response of P. falciparum to chloroquine in Car Nicobar Island. Indian J. Malariol., 31: 27-30.

  25. Gupta, D.K. and R.C. Sharma. Mixed fish culture of carp with Guppy (Poecilia reticulata) in malaria control in Kheda district, Gujarat. In Larvivorous Fishes of Inland Ecosystems: Proceedings of MRC-CICFRI Workshop. Eds. V.P. Sharma and Apurba Ghosh (Malaria Research Centre, Delhi): 121-126.

  26. Gupta, D.K. and R.C. Sharma. Mass culture techniques of larvivorous fish Poecilia reticulata.  In Larvivorous Fishes of Inland Ecosystems: Proceedings of MRC-CICFRI Workshop. Eds. V.P. Sharma and Apurba Ghosh (Malaria Research Centre, Delhi): 21-24.

  27. Haq, S. and R.N. Prasad. Mass culture of Gambusia affinis for mosquito control. In Larvivorous Fishes of Inland Ecosystems: Proceedings of the MRC-CICFRI Workshop. Eds. V.P. Sharma and Apurba Ghosh (Malaria Research Centre, Delhi):  219-224.

  28. Jana-Kara, B.R., T. Adak, C.F. Curtis and V.P. Sharma. Laboratory studies of pyrethroid-netting combinations to kill mosquitoes. Indian J. Malariol., 31: 1-11.

  29. Kabilan, Lalitha. The host immune responses in Plasmodium falciparum: Part II T-cell regulation of human immune responses to Pf155/RESA, a well defined blood-stage antigen of Plasmodium falciparum. Indian J. Malariol., 31: 12-20. 

  30. Kabilan, Lalitha, V.P. Sharma, P. Kaur, S.K. Ghosh, R.S. Yadav and V.S. Chauhan. Cellular and humoral immune responses to well defined blood stage antigens (major merozoite surface antigen) of Plasmodium falciparum in adults from an Indian zone where malaria is endemic. Infect. Immun., 62(2): 685-691.

  31. Kumar, Ashwani, V.P. Sharma, P.K. Sumodan, D. Thavaselvam and R.H. Kamat. Malaria control by utilizing Bacillus sphaericus (strain B-101, serotype H5a, H5b) against Anopheles stephensi in Panaji, Goa.  J. Amer. Mosq. Contr. Assoc., 10(4): 534-539.          

  32. Kumar, Pawan, B.B. Ivanov, L. Kabilan and D.N. Rao. Construction of a synthetic immunogen use of the natural immunomodulator polytuftsin in malaria vaccines against RESA antigen of Plasmodium falciparum. Vaccine, 12(9): 819-824.

  33. Kumar, Pawan, A.M. Khan and M.A. Ansari. Evaluation of potential efficacy of Bacillus thuringiensis H-14 (IPS.78 and R-153-78) against larvae of Anopheles culicifacies (Giles). Indian J. Syst. Entomol., 11(1): 1-3.

  34. Kumari, Roop and V.P. Sharma.  Resting and biting habits of Anopheles sundaicus in Car Nicobar Islands. Indian J. Malariol., 31: 103-114.

  35. Lobo, C.A.,  S.K. Kar, B. Ravindaran, L. Kabilan and Shobhona Sharma. Novel protein of Plasmodium falciparum identified by differential immunoscreening using immune and patient sera. Infect.  Immun.,  62(2):  651-656.

  36. Malhotra, M.S. and V.P. Sharma. Use of Gambusia affinis in bioenvironmental control of mosquitoes in Haldwani, district Nainital, U.P. In: Larvivorous Fishes of Inland Ecosystems: Proceedings of the MRC-CICFRI Workshop. Eds. V.P. Sharma and Apurba Ghosh (Malaria Research Centre, Delhi): 83-98.

  37. Malhotra, M.S. and Aruna Srivastava. Diagnostic features of malaria transmission in Nadiad using remote sensing and geographic information system. In GIS for Health and Environment (IDRC, Canada): 109-114.

  38. Manavalan, P., S. Adiga, K. Radha Krishnan, M.G. Chandrashekhar, M.A. Ansari, R.C. Dhiman, B.N. Nagpal and V.P. Sharma. Monitoring of mosquitogenic conditions around Delhi using Indian Remote Sensing Satellite data. In Proceedings of XV Asian Congress on Remote Sensing, II: 81‑87.

  39. Mishra, N.C., L. Kabilan and A. Sharma. Oxidative stress and malaria-infected erythrocytes. Indian J. Malariol., 31: 77-87.

  40. Mittal, P.K., T. Adak and V.P. Sharma. Comparative toxicity of certain mosquitocidal compounds to larvivorous fish Poecilia reticulata. Indian J. Malariol., 31: 43-47.

  41. Nanda, N., H. Joshi, Sarala K. Subbarao and V.P. Sharma. Two site-immunoradiometric assay (IRMA): Detection, efficiency and procedural modifications.  J. Amer. Mosq. Contr. Assoc., 10: 225-227.

  42. Pattanayak, S., V.P. Sharma, N.L. Kalra, V.S. Orlov and R.S. Sharma. Malaria paradigms in India and control strategies. Indian J. Malariol., 31: 141-199.

  43. Pillai, C.R., Usha Devi and Q.Z. Hussain.  Role of macrophages in experimental malaria II.  Raising of anti-macrophage serum and purification of anti-macrophage antibody.  J. Basic Appl. Biomed., 2: 35‑40.

  44. Prasad, R.N., M.K. Das, K.J. Virk and S. Haq. Use of Gambusia affinis on large-scale for the control of malaria vector: An overview. In Larvivorous Fishes of Inland Ecosystems: Proceedings of the MRC-CICFRI Workshop. Eds. V.P. Sharma and Apurba Ghosh (Malaria Research Centre, Delhi): 69-82.

  45. Prasad, R.N.,  S.N. Sharma and S. Haq. Malaria control by Gambusia affinis in Dadraul PHC of Shahjahanpur District, U.P. In Larvivorous Fishes of Inland Ecosystems: Proceedings of the MRC-CICFRI Workshop. Eds. V.P. Sharma and Apurba Ghosh (Malaria Research Centre, Delhi): 99-104.

  46. Prasad, R.N. and V.P. Sharma. Control of rural malaria through bioenvironmental control strategy. In Tropical Diseases: Molecular Biology and Control Strategies. Eds. Sushil Kumar, A.K. Sen, G.P. Dutta,and R.N. Sharma (Publications and Information Directorate, Council of Scientific and Industrial Research, New Delhi):
    128-136.

  47. Rajnikant and R.M. Bhatt. Field evaluation of mosquito repellent action of neem oil. Indian J. Malariol., 31: 122-125.

  48. Ray, Pratima, M.A. Ansari and Y.D. Sharma. Plasmodium vivax: Immune response in a cross-section of the population in Delhi area of India. Amer. J. Trop. Med. Hyg., 51(4): 436-443.    

  49. Roy, A., V.P. Sharma and V.S. Chauhan. The use of peptide ELISA in determining malaria endemicity. J. Immunol. Meth., 167: 139-143.

  50. Sharma, A., N.C. Mishra and S. Biswas. Receptor heterogeneity and invasion of erythrocytes by Pf merozoites in Indian isolates. Indian J. Exptl. Biol., 32: 486-488.

  51. Sharma, V.P.  Malaria and aids. Nature (Lond.): 369‑700.

  52. Sharma, V.P. Role of fishes in vector control in India. In: Larvivorous Fishes of Inland Ecosystems: Proceedings of the MRC-CICFRI Workshop. Eds. V.P. Sharma and Apurba Ghosh (Malaria Research Centre, Delhi): 1-20.

  53. Sharma, V.P. and M.A. Ansari.  Personal protection from mosquitoes (Diptera: Culicidae) by burning neem oil in kerosene. J. Med. Entomol., 31(3): 505-507.          

  54. Sharma, V.P., Aruna Srivastava and B.N. Nagpal. A study of the relationship of rice cultivation and annual parasite incidence of malaria in India. Soc. Sci. Med., 38(1): 165-178.

  55. Singh, Neeru, A.K. Mishra, O.P. Singh, A. Jaiswal and M.T. Khan. Feasibility study of insecticide-impregnated bednets for malaria control in forested villages of district Mandla, M.P. Indian. J. Malariol., 31: 136-140.

  56. Singh, Neeru, O.P. Singh and A.K. Mishra. Mosquito Control in wells with larvivorous fishes in tribal area of Mandla, district Jabalpur, M.P. In Larvivorous Fishes of Inland Ecosystems: Proceedings of the MRC-CICFRI Workshop. Eds. V.P. Sharma and Apurba Ghosh (Malaria Research Centre, Delhi): 105-113.

  57. Subbarao, S.K., N. Nanda, K. Vasantha, V.K. Dua, M.S. Malhotra, R.S. Yadav and V.P. Sharma. Population cytogenetic evidence for three sibling species in Anopheles fluviatilis (Diptera: Culicidae).  Ann. Entomol. Soc. Amer., 87(1): 116-121.

  58. Subbarao, Sarala K. and V.P. Sharma. Strategies for malaria vector control in India. In Tropical Diseases Molecular Biology and Control Strategies. Eds. Sushil Kumar, A.K. Sen, G.P. Dutta and R.N. Sharma (Publication and information Directorate, CSIR, New Delhi): 377-386.

  59. Tiwari, S.N., Anil Prakash and A.K. Kulshrestha. A note on Anopheles culicifacies sibling species compo-sition in stone quarry belt of district Allahabad (U.P.). Indian J. Malariol., 31: 88‑91.

  60. Tiwari, S.N., Anil Prakash, S.K. Subbarao, Arati Roy, Hema Joshi and V.P. Sharma. Correlation of malaria endemicity with Anopheles culicifacies sibling species composition and malaria antibody profile in District Allahabad (U.P.). Indian J. Malariol., 31: 48-56.

  61. Tiwari, S.N. Evaluation of Colisa fasciatus for mosquito control in wells. In Larvivorous Fishes of Inland Ecosystems: Proceedings of the MRC-CICFRI Workshop. Eds. V.P. Sharma and Apurba Ghosh (Malaria Research Centre, Delhi): 127-134.

  62. Tyagi, P.K. and A.K. Kulshrestha. Mass production of lavivorous fishes in stone quarries. In Larvivorous Fishes of Inland Ecosystems: In Proceedings of the MRC-CICFRI Workshop. Eds. V.P. Sharma and Apurba Ghosh (Malaria Research Centre, Delhi): 153-156.

  63. Valecha, N. and S. Biswas. Effect of compound 87/209 on chloroquine resistant Plasmodium berghei in vivo in mice and Plasmodium falciparum in vitro. Indian J. Parasitol., 18(1): 33-36.

  64. Valecha, Neena, S. Biswas, V. Badoni, K.S. Bhandari and O.P. Sati. Antimalarial activity of Artemisia japonica, Artemisia mautima and Artemisia nilegarica. Indian J. Pharmacol., 26: 144-146. 

  65. Valecha, Neena and Sukla Biswas.  Modulation of resistance to chloroquine by ascorbic acid and cyproheptadine in Plasmodium berghei in vivo. Indian J. Exptl. Biol., 32: 757-758.

  66. Valecha, Neena, Aruna Srivastava and V.P. Sharma. Rational approach to the treatment of malaria.  Natl. Med. J. India, 7(6): 281-287.

  67. Virk, K.J., R.N. Prasad and V.P. Sharma. Relapse pattern of Plasmodium vivax cases treated with/without primaquine. In Tropical Diseases, Molecular Biology and Control Strategies. Eds. Sushil Kumar, A.K. Sen, G.P. Dutta, R.N. Sharma. (Publications and Information Directorate, Council of Scientific and Industrial Research, New Delhi): 252-255.

  68. Virk, K.J., R.N. Prasad and H. Prasad. Prevalence of intestinal parasites in rural areas of District Shahjahanpur. J. Com. Dis., 26:103-108.

  69. Virk, K.J., R.N. Prasad and G.D.P. Dutta. Efficacy of 5-days course of primaquine for control of Plasmodium vivax relapse in District Shahjahanpur (U.P.). Trop. Biomed., 11: 1-4.

  70. Yadav R.S. and M.K. Das. Role of Danio and Oryzias fishes in the control of mosquito breeding in rice fields. In Larvivorous Fishes of Inland Ecosystems: Proceedings of the MRC-CICFRI Workshop. Eds. V.P. Sharma and Apurba Ghosh (Malaria Research Centre, Delhi):  61-68.


Back Next1993 | 1994 | 1995 | 1996 | 1997 | 1998 | 1999 | 2000 | 2001 | 2002 | 2003 | 2004 | 2005 | 2006 | 2007 | 2009 | 2010 | 2011

• Home • About Us • Field Stations • Research & Training • Publications • Audio-Visual Unit • Scientists' Directory • Library • Vacancies • Tender Notices • Contacts •

National Institute of Malaria Research (ICMR), Sector 8, Dwarka, DELHI-110077 (India)