Rekha Dixit
Rekha Dixit
Associate Professor of Biotechnology, Subharti University
Verified email at subharti.org
TitleCited byYear
The tomato genome sequence provides insights into fleshy fruit evolution
TTG Consortium
Nature 485 (7400), 635-641, 2012
19692012
The sequence of rice chromosomes 11 and 12, rich in disease resistance genes and recent gene duplications
T consortia
BMC Biology 3, 20, 2005
98*2005
A snapshot of the emerging tomato genome sequence
LA Mueller, RK Lankhorst, SD Tanksley, JJ Giovannoni, R White, ...
The Plant Genome 2 (1), 78-92, 2009
842009
Single-copy genes define a conserved order between rice and wheat for understanding differences caused by duplication, deletion, and transposition of genes
NK Singh, V Dalal, K Batra, BK Singh, G Chitra, A Singh, IA Ghazi, ...
Functional & integrative genomics 7 (1), 17-35, 2007
632007
Computational identification of miRNAs in medicinal plant Senecio vulgaris (Groundsel)
S Sahu, A Khushwaha, R Dixit
Bioinformation 7 (8), 375, 2011
162011
Organization and post-transcriptional processing of the psb B operon from chloroplasts of Populus deltoides
R Dixit, PK Trivedi, P Nath, PV Sane
Current genetics 36 (3), 165-172, 1999
151999
Effect of feeding sorghum instead of maize on the performance of broilers
R Dixit, RPS Baghel
Indian Journal of Animal Nutrition 14 (4), 272-274, 1997
71997
RiceMetaSys for salt and drought stress responsive genes in rice: a web interface for crop improvement
M Sandhu, V Sureshkumar, C Prakash, R Dixit, AU Solanke, TR Sharma, ...
BMC bioinformatics 18 (1), 432, 2017
62017
Computational Identification of MicroRNAs and Their Targets from Finger Millet (Eleusinecoracana)
S Usha, MN Jyothi, B Suchithra, R Dixit, DV Rai
Interdisciplinary Sciences: Computational Life Sciences 9 (1), 72-79, 2017
52017
Accumulation of Defence Response‐related and Unique Expressed Sequence Tags during the Incompatible Interaction in the Oryza sativa–Magnaporthe oryzae Pathosystem
R Dixit, A Bhargava, V Dalal, P Plaha, NK Singh, TR Sharma
Journal of phytopathology 157 (7‐8), 483-489, 2009
52009
Characterization ofpetB andpetD genes of thePopulus deltoides chloroplastpsbB operon
R Dixit, P Trivedi, P Nath, PV Sane
Plant molecular biology reporter 20 (4), 357-368, 2002
52002
Nucleophilic Scission of thioester linkages and conformational changes in human plasma low-density lipoproteins.
KRSR Singh Shyam, Gupta Jaya
Indian Journal of Biochemistry and Biophysics 9, 65-69, 1992
4*1992
Identification of microRNAs and their targets in Finger millet by high throughput sequencing
S Usha, MN Jyothi, N Sharadamma, R Dixit, VR Devaraj
Gene 574 (2), 210-216, 2015
32015
Physiochemical analysis of heavy metals in soil and ground water of industrial area Partapur, Meerut (U.P.)
DRRD Arvind Kumar
International Journal of Bioassays 3 (08), 3256-3259, 2014
22014
In Silico Analysis of Banana Plant to Explore the Possibilities of Generating Valuable By-Products During Its Fiber Extraction
S Chauhan, S Sahu, R Dixit, A Sharma
International Journal of Science Innovations and Discoveries 4 (1), 62-70, 2014
22014
Computational identification and functional annotation of miRNAs in medicinal plant Helianthus petiolaris
S Sahu, DB Singh, KK Yadav, DV Rai, R Dixit
Network Modeling Analysis in Health Informatics and Bioinformatics 2 (4 …, 2013
22013
In silico miRNAs target identification in Burma agrimony
S Sahu, R Dixit
Int J Contemp Res Eng Technol 1, 82, 2011
22011
Development of an acetanilide/benzoic acid eutectic phase change material based thermal energy storage unit for a passive water heating system
K Purohit, VVS Murty, RC Dixit, A Sharma
Bulletin of Materials Science 42 (3), 119, 2019
12019
A study to evaluate the effect of silver nanoparticles synthesized by Sonchus asper on fenugreek plant
N Kapoor, A Kaisar, R Dixit, NP Singh, J Singh
Journal of Pharmacognosy and Phytochemistry 7 (5), 1144-1149, 2018
12018
PHYSICAL MAPPING OF GENOME AND GENES
R Dixit, DV Jayanand, R Agarwal, A Pundhir
J. Biol. Engg. Res. & Rev 1 (1), 6-11, 2014
12014
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