Monika Sachdev
  • Endocrinology Division, Central Drug Research Institute (Council of Scientific and Industrial Research), India
Research focus
  • Cell biology
Personal information


Ph.D. in Animal Sciences, Hyderabad Central University, Hyderabad, 2004

Current position

Senior Scientist at the Central Drug Research Institute (CDRI), Lucknow in the Division of Endocrinology


Corresponding Author

  1. Kar, P., Agnihotri, S. K., Sharma, A., Sachan, R., Lal Bhatt, M. and Sachdev, M. (2012). A protocol for stripping and reprobing of Western blots originally developed with colorimetric substrate TMB. Electrophoresis 33(19-20): 3062-3065.
  2. Singh, P., Agnihotri, S. K., Tewari, M. C., Kumar, S., Sachdev, M. and Tripathi, R. K. (2012). HIV-1 Nef breaches placental barrier in rat model. PLoS One 7(12): e51518.

First Author

  1. Sachdev, M., Mandal, A., Mulders, S., Digilio, L. C., Panneerdoss, S., Suryavathi, V., Pires, E., Klotz, K. L., Hermens, L., Herrero, M. B., Flickinger, C. J., van Duin, M. and Herr, J. C. (2012). Oocyte specific oolemmal SAS1B involved in sperm binding through intra-acrosomal SLLP1 during fertilization. Dev Biol 363(1): 40-51.
  2. Mammalian RNA Binding Proteins ECAT1 and HOEP19 Reveal Oocyte Prepatterning Locus. Biology of Reproduction 2008: 78: 163: 463
  3. Sachdev, M., Sankaranarayanan, R., Reddanna, P., Thangaraj, K. and Singh, L. (2005). Major histocompatibility complex class I polymorphism in Asiatic lions. Tissue Antigens 66(1): 9-18.


  1. Arabinda, M., Monika, S., Laura, C. D., Charles, J., Flickinger. and John, C. Herr. (2008). Identification of an Oolemmal Receptor for the Sperm Acrosomal Ligand, SLLP1. Biology of Reproduction 78: 69: 72.
  2. Sreenath, A. S., Kumar, K. R., Reddy, G. V., Sreedevi, B., Praveen, D., Monika, S., Sudha, S., Reddy, M. G. and Reddanna, P. (2005). Evidence for the association of synaptotagmin with glutathione S-transferases: implications for a novel function in human breast cancer. Clin Biochem 38(5): 436-443.
  3. Shivaji, S., Kholkute, S. D., Verma, S. K., Gaur, A., Umapathy, G., Singh, A., Sontakke, S., Shailaja, K., Reddy, A., Monika, S., Sivaram, V., Jyotsna, B., Bala, S., Ahmed, M. S., Bala, A., Chandrashekar, B. V., Gupta, S., Prakash, S. and Singh, L. (2003). Conservation of wild animals by assisted reproduction and molecular marker technology. Indian J Exp Biol 41(7): 710-723.
  4. Chiurillo, M. A., Sachdeva, M., Dole, V. S., Yepes, Y., Miliani, E., Vazquez, L., Rojas, A., Crisante, G., Guevara, P., Anez, N., Madhubala, R. and Ramirez, J. L. (2001). Detection of Leishmania causing visceral leishmaniasis in the Old and New Worlds by a polymerase chain reaction assay based on telomeric sequences. Am J Trop Med Hyg 65(5): 573-582.
  5. Kapoor, P., Sachdev, M. and Madhubala, R. (2000). Inhibition of glutathione synthesis as a chemotherapeutic strategy for leishmaniasis. Trop Med Int Health 5(6): 438-442.
  6. Kapoor, P., Sachdeva, M. and Madhubala, R. (1999). Effect of the microtubule stabilising agent taxol on leishmanial protozoan parasites in vitro. FEMS Microbiol Lett 176(2): 429-435.

Book Chapter

  1. Immunological considerations in conservation of wild animals
    You deserve, we conserve: A biotechnological approach to wildlife conservation: I. K. International Publishing House
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