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Latest Articles Published in the Journal:
Volume 2, Issue 1, Year 2021
1.Dhakane, R., Bichkule, K., & Jadhav, L. (2021). Microbial Robots to Treat the third Degree Burnt Patients: Review. International Journal of Microbial Science, 1(1), 1-9.
2.Khavate, M. & Jagtap, S. (2021). Can Phytochemicals Hinder the Spread of Covid-19 that Created International Health? International Journal of Microbial Science, 2(1), 10-11.
3.Deshpande, A., & Lokhande, A. (2021). Synergism with an antibacterial activity or chemical composition of extracted essential oils of Croton pulegiodorus and Croton tetradnius against Staphylococcus aureus. International Journal of Microbial Science, 2(1), 12-13.
4. Deshpande, A., & Lokhande, A. (2021). Is remdesivir unique remedy to combat newly arrived COVID-19 pandemic? International Journal of Microbial Science, 2(1), 14-15.
5.Mohite, P. (2021). Third Wave of COVID-19: Facts and Mysteries. International Journal of Microbial Science, 2(1), 16-18.
6. Mohite, P. (2021). Sustainable Agronomic Practices: a Hyperaccumulator Plant and its Associated Health Impacts. International Journal of Microbial Science, 2(1), 19-21.
7. Lokhande, S. (2021). Does high-dose steroid therapy support health issues by mucoromycosis in India? International Journal of Microbial Science 2(1), 22-23.
8. Marigoudar J, Abraham J. Seasonal Variation and Size Distribution in the Intramural Fungal Spore Concentration of Residential House in Bengaluru and their role in Respiratory Allergy. Int J Micro Sci. 2021; 2(1):24-28. DOI: https://doi.org/10.55347/theijms.v2i1.10
9.Shinde A, Sirsat PB, Naik A, Shete P, Bichkule K, Jadhav AS, Pawade ED, Korade AV, Jain A. Mitochondrial Cytochrome c Oxidase Subunit I (COI) Gene for Identification of Stink Bugs: Review. Int J Micro Sci. 2021;2(1):29-35.
10.Sirsat PB, Chandan C, Dhongade P, Bhamare A, Anarse S, Kadam SS. Health Problems by Alcoholic beverages in Village Ukhalgaon, Taluka Shrigonda, District Ahmednagar, Maharashtra, India. 2021 December; 2(1):36-37.DOI:https://doi.org/10.55347/theijms.v2i1.9
Current Issue: Volume 3, Issue 1, Year 2022
1. Phule M, Rajguru S, Singh D, Jambhulkar S, Mishra A, Kasi M, Upadhye VJ, Shaikh IM, Sirsat PB, Shinde A, Neela FA. Hidden Story of Diseased Milking Animals from Uruli Kanchan, Taluka Haveli, District Pune, Maharashtra State of India. Int J Micro Sci. 2022; 3(1):1-4.
2. Murarkar K, Mankar S, Warthi S, Kapse Y, Kataria K, Moon J, Ganvir K. Young Patient’s Chronic Fever. Int J Micro Sci. 2022;3(1):5-7.
3.Pawar KR, Mali GV. Biodegradation Study of an Organophosphorus Insecticide–Quinalphos by Novel Sphingobacterium mizutaii strain DSM 11724. 2022 July; 3(1):8-16.DOI:https://doi.org/10.55347/theijms.v3i1.2
4.Jagdale P, Shinde S, Jadhav A, Bhamare A, Pawar B, Survase A. Variants of SARS-CoV-2. Int. J. Micro.Sci.2022;3(1):29-32 DOI:https://doi.org/10.55347/theijms.v3i1.3
5.Shirsat, H. Tinospora cordifolia as A Potential Anti-HIV Herb. Int J Micro. Sci.2022;3(1):33-41.DOI: https://doi.org/10.55347/theijms.v3i1.4
6.Khan AF. The Deterioration of Organophosphorous Insecticides by Sphingobacterium mizutaii. Int. J. Micro.Sci.2022;3(1):42-43.
7.Kadam SS, Karne SD, Maybhate MN, Maniyar AR, Gore AA, Jafarzadeh E, Mehta HH. Support by Potato Dextrose Agar for Fungal and Bacterial Growth at 40c. Int. J. Micro.Sci.2022;3(1):44-46.
8.Sirsat PB, Manikandan S, Mariappan S, Mariappan GP, Umaiyorubagam M, Jadhav A, Kadam SS. Monkeypox in India and its Myths. Int.J.Micro.Sci.2022; 3(1):47-49. DOI:https://doi.org/10.55347/theijms.v3i1.7
9.Khalse B, Ghule S, Lad D, Phatke S, Khadke J, Shivarkar P, Darade G. Ringozone: The slaughterhouse of atopic dermatitis. Int J Micro Sci. 2022;3(1):50-52. DOI:
Warghane A, Jaiswal V. In silico comparative analysis of ‘Candidatus Liberibacter asiaticus’ isolates based on the Tandem Repeat Variability in a Genomic Locus (CLIBASIA_01645) of Maharashtra and Assam, India. Int. J. Micro.Sci.2022;3(1):54-59.
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