Rahul Kumar Plant Microbes Interaction Lab, National Institute of Plant Genome Research
2 protocols

Gopaljee Jha NIPGR
1 protocol

Srayan Ghosh 1 protocol

Joyati Das 1 protocol

Research focus
  • Microbiology
  • 1 Author merit


PhD, ICGEB, India, 2017

Current position

Research Associate, Plant Microbes Interaction Lab, National Institute of Plant Genome Research, India


  1. Swain, D. M., Yadav, S. K., Tyagi, I., Kumar, R., Kumar, R., Ghosh, S., Das, J. and Jha, G. (2017). A prophage tail-like protein is deployed by Burkholderia bacteria to feed on fungi. Nat Commun 8(1): 404.
  2. Saifi, S. K., Passricha, N., Swain, D. M. and Tuteja, N. (2017). Prediction of cis-regulatory elements for a detailed insight of RuvB family genes from Oryza sativa. Oryza 54: 137-149.
  3. Swain, D. M., Sahoo, R. K., Tripathy, B. C. and Tuteja, N. (2017). RGG1 transgenic rice plants and their physiological characteristics in relation to salinity stress. Oryza 54: 13-20.
  4. Swain, D. M., Sahoo, R. K., Srivastava, V. K., Tripathy, B. C., Tuteja, R. and Tuteja, N. (2017). Function of heterotrimeric G-protein gamma subunit RGG1 in providing salinity stress tolerance in rice by elevating detoxification of ROS. Planta 245(2): 367-383.
  5. Swain, D. M., Sahoo, R. K., Tripathy, B. C. and Tuteja, N. (2016). Isolation and characterization of the promoter of RGG1 gene using Agrobacterium-mediated transient assay. Oryza 53: 126-135.
  6. Sahoo, R. K., Ansari, M. W., Tuteja, R. and Tuteja, N. (2015). Salt tolerant SUV3 overexpressing transgenic rice plants conserve physicochemical properties and microbial communities of rhizosphere. Chemosphere 119: 1040-1047.
  7. Mahender, A., Swain, D. M., Subudhi, H. N. and Rao, G. J. N. (2012). Molecular analysis of native Manipur rice accessions for resistance against blast. African journal of biotechnology 11: 1321-1329.
1 Protocol published
Bacteria-fungal Confrontation and Fungal Growth Prevention Assay
There are some bacteria which can grow and multiply at the cost of living fungal biomass. They can potentially utilize fungi as a source of nutrients to forage over them. Such phenomenon is known as bacterial mycophagy, however, its mechanistic ...
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