Seethapathy G. Saroja
Seethapathy G. Saroja
Postdoctoral fellow at University of Mississippi, USA
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India's scientific publication in predatory journals: need for regulating quality of Indian science and education
GS Seethapathy, JUS Kumar, AS Hareesha
Current Science, 1759-1764, 2016
Assessing product adulteration in natural health products for laxative yielding plants, Cassia, Senna, and Chamaecrista, in Southern India using DNA barcoding
GS Seethapathy, D Ganesh, JU Santhosh Kumar, U Senthilkumar, ...
International Journal of Legal Medicine 129, 693-700, 2015
Species Adulteration in the Herbal Trade: Causes, Consequences and Mitigation
R Srirama, JUS Kumar, GS Seethapathy, SG Newmaster, S Ragupathy, ...
Drug Safety, 1-11, 2017
DNA barcoding and NMR spectroscopy-based assessment of species adulteration in the raw herbal trade of Saraca asoca (Roxb.) Willd, an important medicinal plant
SKJ Urumarudappa, N Gogna, SG Newmaster, K Venkatarangaiah, ...
International journal of legal medicine 130, 1457-1470, 2016
DNA metabarcoding authentication of Ayurvedic herbal products on the European market raises concerns of quality and fidelity
GS Seethapathy, AC Raclariu-Manolica, JA Anmarkrud, H Wangensteen, ...
Frontiers in plant science 10, 68, 2019
Authentication of Garcinia fruits and food supplements using DNA barcoding and NMR spectroscopy
GS Seethapathy, M Tadesse, SKJ Urumarudappa, S V. Gunaga, ...
Scientific Reports 8 (1), 10561, 2018
Assessment of adulteration in raw herbal trade of important medicinal plants of India using DNA barcoding
JU Santhosh Kumar, V Krishna, GS Seethapathy, R Ganesan, ...
3 Biotech 8 (3), 1-8, 2018
DNA barcoding to assess species adulteration in raw drug trade of “Bala”(genus: Sida L.) herbal products in South India
JUS Kumar, V Krishna, GS Seethapathy, U Senthilkumar, S Ragupathy, ...
Biochemical Systematics and Ecology 61, 501-509, 2015
nrDNA ITS sequence based SCAR marker to authenticate Aconitum heterophyllum and Cyperus rotundus in Ayurvedic raw drug source and prepared herbal products
GS Seethapathy, SP Balasubramani, P Venkatasubramanian
Food chemistry 145, 1015-1020, 2014
Ethnobotany of dioecious species: Traditional knowledge on dioecious plants in India
GS Seethapathy, K Ravikumar, BS Paulsen, HJ de Boer, H Wangensteen
Journal of ethnopharmacology 221, 56-64, 2018
NMR technique and methodology in botanical health product analysis and quality control
J Zhao, M Wang, SG Saroja, IA Khan
Journal of Pharmaceutical and Biomedical Analysis 207, 114376, 2022
DNA barcoding of Momordica species and assessment of adulteration in Momordica herbal products, an anti-diabetic drug
JUS Kumar, M Ramakrishan, GS Seethapathy, V Krishna, RU Shaanker, ...
Plant Gene 22, 100227, 2020
Nuclear ribosomal DNA-ITS region based molecular markers to distinguish botanical entities traded as ‘Vidari’
SP Balasubramani, GS Seethapathy, P Venkatasubramanian
Journal of Herbal Medicine 1 (3-4), 83-89, 2011
Quantifying an online wildlife trade using a web crawler
S Masters, A Bastien, M Panagiotis, GS Seethapathy, S Maarten, ...
Biodiversity and Conservation, 1-15, 2022
Ethnopharmacology, biological activities and chemical compounds of Canarium strictum: An important resin-yielding medicinal tree in India
GS Seethapathy, WW Christian, R Kaliamoorthy, JB Hugo, W Helle
Fitoterapia, 104920, 2021
Skyggesidene ved åpen publisering: indiske forskere utnyttes av røvertidsskrifter
GS Seethapathy, A Ingvild, W Helle
Nytt Norsk Tidsskrift 33 (2), 165-173, 2017
Characterization of Calea ternifolia and its Adulterant Chromolaena odorata Using Macro-Microscopy, HPTLC and UHPLC-UV–MS
V Raman, YH Wang, SG Saroja, J Zhao, J Manfron, B Avula, ...
Revista Brasileira de Farmacognosia, 1-12, 2023
Value chains and DNA barcoding for the identification of antiinfective medicinal plants
S G Saroja, U Remya, U Santhosh Kumar J, C Xiaoyan, P Jiangnan
Medicinal Plants as Anti-Infectives, 361-381, 2022
Ethnobotany, phytochemistry and DNA metabarcoding studies on Indian traditional medicine
GS Seethapathy
University of Oslo, Norway, 2019
Gender in Plants: do you know male and female plants, and what is your choice while using it for medicine or timber?
GS Seethapathy
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