Karl Forchhammer
2 protocols

Anil Tripathi Institute of Science, School of Biotechnology, Institute of Science, Banaras Hindu University, 2004-2020
1 protocol

Anand Ballal 1 protocol

Amit Srivastava
  • Post-Doc, School of Biotechnology, Institute of Science, Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi-221005
Research focus
  • Molecular Microbiology, Stress Physiology, Applied Microbiology, Metabolic Engineering, Cyanobacterial Biology
  • 1 Author merit


PhD, Banaras Hindu University, 2017

Lab information

Anil Kumar Tripathi Lab: 2011-2017
Anand Ballal Lab: 2012
Karl Forchammer Lab: 2013-2015
Roman Sobotka Lab: 2017-Present Day



AK Rai, S Singh, S Dwivedi, AMIT SRIVASTAVA, P Pandey, S Kumar, B Singh, and AK Tripathi (2018) Expression of catalases in Azospirillum brasilense Sp7 is regulated by a network of OxyR and two RpoH paralogs including a regulatory cascade of RpoE1 and RpoH5. Applied and Environmental Microbiology [Contribution: Discovery of sensitive phenotype, bacterial assays, In-gel catalase assay]


AMIT SRIVASTAVA, K Brilisauer, AK Rai, A Ballal, K Forchhammer and AK Tripathi (2017) Downregulation of the alternative sigma factor SigJ confers a photoprotective phenotype to Anabaena PCC 7120. Plant and Cell Physiology (Research Highlight)



AMIT SRIVASTAVA and CET Vargas (2016) Genetically modified crops: A long way to go [Environmental Issues Surrounding Human Overpopulation] IGI Global, USA [Corresponding Author]


RK Singh, DK Trivedi and AMIT SRIVASTAVA (2012) Role of nematode-trapping fungi for crop improvement under adverse conditions [Crop Improvement under Adverse Conditions] Springer Science, New York, USA [Contribution: Performing and documenting antagonistic tests between nematophagous fungi and nematods, writing and submission of manuscript]



AMIT SRIVASTAVA, MB Villalobos and RK Singh (2019) Engineering photosynthetic microbes for sustainable bioenergy production [Contemporary Environmental Issues and Challenges in Era of Climate Change] Springer Nature (Accepted, final version submitted) [Corresponding Author]

1 Protocol published
Construction of Antisense RNA-mediated Gene Knock-down Strains in the Cyanobacterium Anabaena sp. PCC 7120
Authors:  Amit Srivastava, Anand Ballal, Karl Forchhammer and Anil Kumar Tripathi, date: 02/20/2020, view: 3114, Q&A: 0
Anabaena sp. PCC 7120 (hereafter Anabaena) is a model cyanobacterium to study nitrogen fixation, cellular differentiation and several other key biological functions that are analogous in plants. As with any other organism, many ...
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