Bedabrata Saha Department of Life Science and Bioinformatics, Assam University, India
1 protocol

Scott McAdam Purdue University
24 protocols

Reviewer
Ali Parsaeimehr
  • Post-Doc, Florida state university
Research focus
  • Plant science
  • Secondary metabolites,Tissue culture, CRISPR, Plant molecular biology, Bioenergy

Education

PhD, National academy of science of Armenia, 2012

Publications

Selected Publications:
1. A Parsaeimehr, E Mancera-Andrade, F R-Padilla, H. M. N. Iqbal, R Parra-Saldivar. A chemical approach to manipulate the algal growth, lipid content and high-value alpha-linolenic acid for biodiesel production. Algal research journal 2017, 26: 312-322.
2. E. I. Mancera-Andrade, A Parsaeimehr, A Arevalo-Gallegos, G Ascencio-Favela, R Parra-Saldivar. Microfluidics technology for drug delivery: A review. Frontiers in Bioscience, 2017, 10:74-91
3. M. Rahman Shah, G. Antonio Lutzu, A. Alam, P. K. Sarker, M. A. K. Chowdhury, A. Parsaeimehr,Y. Liang, M. Daroch. Microalgae in aqua feeds for a sustainable aquaculture industry. Journal of Applied Phycology, 2017 1-17.
4. A Parsaeimehr, Z Sun, X Dou and Y- F Chen. Simultaneous improvement in production of microalgal biodiesel and high-value alpha-linolenic acid by a single regulator acetylcholine. Biotechnology for biofuels, 2015, 8.1 (2015):11.
5. A Parsaeimehr, E Sargsyan and K Javidnia. Optimization the usage of L phenylalanine as a precursor for inducing ephedrine and pseudo - ephedrine in Ephedra proceraFisch et C.A. Mey suspension culture. Russian Journal of Biopharmaceuticals. 2012, 4 (1):3–10
6. A Parsaeimehr, E Sargsyan and A Vardanyan. Expression of secondary metabolites in Plants and their useful perspective. International Journal of the Bioflux Society ABAHBioflux.2011, 3(2):115-124.
7. A. Parsaeimehr, E Sargsyan and K Javidnia. A comparative study of the antibacterial, antifungal and antioxidant activity and total content of phenolic compounds of cell cultures and wild plants of three endemic species of Ephedra. Molecules 2010, 15 (3), 1668-1678.
8. A Parsaeimehr and E Sargsyan, Ephedra Alkaloids-Alkaloids derived by amination reaction: Phenylalanine derived (ephedrine, capsaicin). Handbook of Natural Products. ChapterNo.29, 1-14. Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg. 2013. ISBN: 9783642221453.
9. A Parsaeimehr, Y-F Chen and E Sargsyan. Bioactive molecules of Herbal extracts with Anti-infective and wound healing properties. Microbiology for surgical infections: diagnosis, prognosis and treatment. Elsevier2014. ISBN: 9780124116290.
10. A Parsaeimehr, G A Lutzu Algae as a novel source of antimicrobial compounds: current and future perspectives. Antibiotic Resistance. Elsevier 2016. ISBN: 9780128036426.
11. A Parsaeimehr,S O. Martinez-Chapa, R Parra-Saldívar. Medicinal plants versus skin infections: A survey from ancient to modern herbalism. In book: Natural compounds in treatment of skin and soft tissue infection. Elsevier 2016.
12. A Parsaeimehr, R Parra-Saldivar, H MN Iqbal, Natural products as immune system modulators, and against infections of the central nervous system. In the book. The Microbiology of Central Nervous System Infections, Elsevier 2018.
1 Protocol reviewed
GC-MS-Based Analysis of Methanol: Chloroform-extracted Fatty Acids from Plant Tissues
Authors:  Manish Kumar Patel, Shubhashis Das and Jitendra Kumar Thakur, date: 09/20/2018, view: 475, Q&A: 0
Fatty acids (FAs) are carboxylic acids with long aliphatic chains that may be straight, branched and saturated or unsaturated. Most of the naturally occurring plant FAs contains an even number of carbon (C4-C24). FAs are used in food and ...
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