Daphika S Dkhar

Daphika S Dkhar
Indian Institute of Technology (Banaras Hindu University) Varanasi | BHU · School of Bio-Chemical Engineering

Master of Science

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Metallic dendrites, a class of three-dimensional nanostructured materials, have drawn a lot of interests in the recent years because of their interesting hierarchical structures and distinctive features. They are a hierarchical self-assembled array of primary, secondary, and terminal branches with a plethora of pointed ends, ridges, and edges. Thes...
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In recent years, an increasing amount of attention has been paid to utilizing dedicated waste biomass as a sustainable, cheap, and abundant fuel and material source. There is a tremendous opportunity for maximizing energy production by applying different reliable waste biomass as a renewable, affordable, and excellent resource. As a result of renew...
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Lab-on-a-chip (LOC) biosensors have recently piqued the interest of the research community as a result of its potential utility in personal healthcare and disease diagnostics. LOCs devices have been consistently developed over the last decades as merging microfluidics onto a single chip for performing many lab studies at the same time, such as bioc...
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Cancer is one of the major health‐related issues affecting the population worldwide and subsequently accounts for the second‐largest death. Genetic and epigenetic modifications in oncogenes or tumor suppressor genes affect the regulatory systems that lead to the initiation and progression of cancer. Conventional methods, including chemotherapy/radi...
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Antibodies play a crucial role in the defense mechanism countering pathogens or foreign antigens in eukaryotes. Its potential as an analytical and diagnostic tool has been exploited for over a century. It forms immunocomplexes with a specific antigen, which is the basis of immunoassays and aids in developing potent biosensors. Antibody-based sensor...
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Over the past decade, compared to all other macromolecules lipid-based nanocarriers have proven to be an excellent carrier and delivery system for various pharmaceutical drugs of poor bioavailability. In addition to that, they exhibit exceptional qualities such as minimal toxicity, economical scale-up production, great biocompatibility, and high dr...
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Reactive oxygen species are produced as a by-product of the animal cellular metabolism and play an important function in cell signaling. Uncontrolled reactive oxygen species production is coupled with the evolution of acute diseases, namely, diabetes, cancer, tumors, cardiovascular and several neurodegenerative diseases, metabolic disorders, inflam...
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Wearable devices have transformed the hourly analysis of events such as body signals and environmental risks into real‐time monitoring. Wearable sensors have facilitated the ability to obtain useful data by monitoring the physiological parameters and activities of an aided and a healthy individual. Wearable devices employ detectable biomarkers in t...
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The Ocean covers two‐third of our planet and has great biological heterogeneity. Marine organisms like algae, vertebrates, invertebrates, and microbes are known to provide many natural products with biological activities as well as potent sources of biomaterials for therapeutic, biomedical, biosensors, and climate stabilization. Over the years, the...
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Viral infections are becoming the foremost driver of morbidity, mortality and economic loss all around the world. Treatment for diseases associated to some deadly viruses are challenging tasks, due to lack of infrastructure, finance and availability of rapid, accurate and easy-to-use detection methods or devices. The emergence of biosensors has pro...

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