Name Dr. Rupnarayan Sett

Designation Scientist "D"
Qualification M. Sc. (Cytogenetics), Ph. D. (Molecular Cell Biology)
Experience 21 years
Subject Area Environmental Biotechnology
Publication 40
  1. Down regulation of mannose receptors on macrophages after infection with Leishmania donovani. N. Basu, R. Sett and P.K. Das, Biochemical Journal ( USA ), 277: 451 - 456, 1991.

  2. Macrophage directed delivery of antileishmanial drug through specific receptor system. P. Chakrabarty, N. Basu, R. Sett and P.K. Das, Indian Journal of Chemistry, 30B: 127 - 132, 1991.

  3. Chromosome preparation from human bone-marrow: Technique modified for immediate clinical investigation. R. Sett. Folia Biologica ( Poland ), 40: 101 - 102, 1992.

  4. Evaluation of chromosomal aberration in an “ALL” patient at different phases of chemotherapy. R. Sett. Cell and Chromosome Research, 14: 41 - 44, 1992.

  5. Vaccine development: Approaches and progress. M. Chatterjee, R. Sett and P.K. Das, Indian Journal of Pharmacology, 24: 138 - 144, 1992.

  6. Potential of doxorubicin as an antileishmanial agent. R. Sett, N. Basu, A.K. Ghosh and P.K. Das. Journal of Parasitology ( USA ), 78: 350 - 354, 1992.

  7. Macrophage directed delivery of doxorubicin conjugated to neoglycoprotein using leishmaniasis as the model disease. R. Sett, K. Sarkar and P.K. Das, Journal of Infectious Diseases ( USA ), 168: 994 - 999, 1993.

  8. Pharmacokinetics and biodistribution of methotrexate conjugated to mannosyl human serum albumin. R. Sett, H.S. Sarkar and P.K. Das, Journal of Antimicrobial Chemotherapy ( UK ), 31: 151 - 159, 1993.

  9. Prognostic evaluation of chromosomal aberration in acute lymphoblastic leukaemia. R. Sett. Journal of Human Ecology, 5: 225 - 227, 1994.

  10. Alterations in serum immunoglobulin levels after splenectomy in thalassaemia. S. Sett and R. Sett. Journal of Human Ecology, 6: 55 - 56, 1995.

  11. Kala-azar in India : A brief account, Leishmania-macrophage interactions and antileishmanial chemotherapy. M. Kundu and R. Sett. Journal of Human Ecology, 7: 101 - 114, 1996.

  12. Gene manipulation: Its impact on tree improvement. M. Kundu and R. Sett. Journal of Human Ecology, 8: 21 - 31, 1997.

  13. Effect of pretreatment on germination and seedling vigour in Alstonia scholaris. M. Kundu and R. Sett. Seed Research, 25: 16 - 18, 1997.

  14. Regeneration through organogenesis in rattan. M. Kundu and R. Sett. Plant Cell, Tissue and Organ Culture (The Netherlands ), 59: 219 - 222, 1999.

  15. Preventive drives on Calopepla leayana Latr: The monophagous defoliator of Gmelina arborea Roxb. R. Sett, B. Kalita, R. Rajak and S. Singh. Myforest, 36: 87 - 90, 2000.

  16. Bacillus thuringiensis var. Kurstaki potentially kills larvae of Calopepla leayana Latr. - The gamhar defoliator. G. Sharma & R. Sett. In: Recent Trends In Insect Pest Control To Enhance Forest Productivity. (Ed: P.K. Shukla and K.C. Joshi). TFRI, Jabalpur , 2000.

  17. Potential of Bacillus thuringiensis sub sp. Kurstaki in protection of Gmelina arborea Roxb. R. Sett & G. Sharma. Journal of Entomological Research, 25: 283 - 288, 2001.

  18. Can Bacillus thuringiensis be introduced in forest tree protection? R. Sett. In Proceedings of Workshop on “Application of Improved Technology for Afforestation in North East India .” (Ed. K.G. Prasad and B. Goala). RFRI, Jorhat, 2001.

  19. Micropropagation of Indian Ginseng (Panax pseudoginseng Wall): A                 proposition to save an endangered commercial and medicinal plant. R. Sett and P. Sharma. Journal of Human Ecology, 12: 201 - 205, 2001.

  20. Regeneration of plantlets through organogenesis in Calamus tenuis. R. Sett, P. Sharma and M. Kundu. Indian Journal of Plant Physiology, 7: 358 - 361, 2002.

  21. Development of Aquilaria agallocha Roxb. Seeds: Acquisition of Germinability, Desiccation Sensitivity and Storage Response. M. Kundu and R. Sett. Indian Journal of Plant Physiology, 10: 362 - 366, 2005.

  22. Impact of eco-restoration on degraded forests of Niwas, West Mandla Division, MP. A.K. Bhowmick, R. Sett & S.K. Banerjee. Indian Agriculturist. 49: 39 - 51, 2005.

  23. The background why the forestry sector green-signaled the release of the Bt cotton. R. Sett. J. Interacademicia, 10: 437 - 443, 2006.

  24. Protection against insects and pests of forest plants – a helpline. R. Sett. In: Proceedings of “Short Term Training Course on Improving Forest Productivity Through Technological Means.” (Ed: Har Prasad). TFRI, Jabalpur , pgs. 1 – 11, 2005.

  25. Effects of climate change caused due to global warming. Biswas , S.C. and Sett, R. Sustainable Development. 2: 3 - 9, 2006.

  26. Flyash: Characteristics, environmental impact and possible utilization. Banerjee S.K. and Sett R. In: Pollution Management, Ed. P.C. Trivedi & S. Nehra, Pointer Publishers, Jaipur, pp. 51 - 76, 2007.

  27. The multipurpose plant and non-conventional Lac host Flemingia macrophylla grows better when intercropped with Dalbergia sissoo. R. Sett & R. Nayak. In: Biodiversity for Sustainable Development. Ed. P.C. Trivedi, Aaviskar Publishers, pgs. 208 - 215, 2007.

  28. Nitrogen dioxide and its phytotoxicity. R. Nayak, D. Biswal, S.K. Banerjee and R. Sett. In: Plant Physiology: Current Trends. Ed. P.C. Trivedi, Pointer Publishers, Jaipur, pgs. 363 - 375, 2007.

  29. Antifungal activity of some tree extracts on Fusarium oxysporum. R. Sett, Jamaluddin & D. Shrivastava. J. Tropical Forestry. 24: 70 - 78, 2008.

  30. Salt affected soil and its reclamation. R. Sett & S.K. Banerjee. In: Pollution & Bioremediation. Ed. P.C. Trivedi, Aaviskar Publishers, Jaipur. pgs. 116 - 129, 2008.

  31. Bioremediation of degraded site with special reference to Bhata and Lateritic Wastelands. S.K. Banerjee, R. Sett and A.K. Singh. In: Pollution & Bioremediation. Ed. P.C. Trivedi, Aaviskar Publishers, Jaipur. pgs. 214 - 239, 2008.

  32. Effect of Dust Pollution in Plants. R. Nayak, D. Biswal and R. Sett. In: Pollution & Bioremediation. Ed. P.C. Trivedi, Aaviskar Publishers, Jaipur. pgs. 47 - 56, 2008.

  33. Surface mining, its impact and bioremediation. S.K. Banerjee and R. Sett. In: Pollution & Bioremediation. Ed. P.C. Trivedi, Aaviskar Publishers, Jaipur. pgs. 269 - 299, 2008.

  34. Growth of tree saplings in flyash. R. Sett, S.K. Banerjee, R. Nayak and M. Kundu. In: Palaeobotany to Modern Botany. Ed. P.C. Trivedi. Pointer Publishers. Jaipur. pgs. 265 - 272, 2008.

  35. Vegetation succession, nutrient enrichment and microbial proliferation in mine spoils. S.K. Banerjee, R. Sett and T.K. Mishra. In: Palaeobotany to Modern Botany. Ed. P.C. Trivedi. Pointer Publishers. Jaipur. pgs. 216 - 244, 2008.

  36. Interaction of sulfur dioxide with vegetation. R. Nayak, D. Biswal and R. Sett. In: Pollution & Bioremediation. Ed. P.C. Trivedi. Aaviskar Publishers, Jaipur, pgs. 25 - 46, 2008.

  37. Acid rain and its effect on vegetation. R. Sett and S.C. Biswas. Sustainable Development. 2: 3 - 7, 2008.

  38. Nutrient concentration of some saplings growing on coal ash dyke and normal soil. R. Sett, A.K. Bhowmick and S.K. Banerjee (In Press: ‘Indian Journal of Forestry’).

  39. Atmospheric disturbances due to heavy emission from the sponge iron factories and its impact on vegetation and environment. R. Sett. IUFRO World Series Volume 24 APFISN, IUFRO, Vienna , 2009, pgs. 108-110.