Research Paper

Published Research Papers :

1. Drug Discovery and Development Division

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Balkrishna et al. (2020) Application of Zebrafish Model in the Suppression of Drug-Induced Cardiac Hypertrophy by Traditional Indian Medicine Yogendra Ras. Biomolecules.

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Balkrishna et al. (2020). Calcio-herbal formulation, Divya-Swasari-Ras, alleviates chronic inflammation and suppresses airway remodelling in mouse model of allergic asthma by modulating pro-inflammatory cytokine response. Biomed Pharmacother. 126: 110063.

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Balkrishna et al. (2020). Phytochemical Profile, Pharmacological Attributes and Medicinal Properties of Convolvulus prostratus - A Cognitive Enhancer Herb for the Management of Neurodegenerative Etiologies. Front Pharmacol. 11: 171.

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Balkrishna et al., (2020). Super Critical Fluid Extracted Fatty Acids from Withania somnifera Seeds Repair Psoriasis-Like Skin Lesions and Attenuate Pro-Inflammatory Cytokines (TNF-a and IL-6) Release. Biomolecules. 10(2). pii: E185.

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Balkrishna et al., (2020). Characterization and Anti-Cancerous Effect of Putranjiva roxburghii Seed Extract Mediated Silver Nanoparticles on Human Colon (HCT-116), Pancreatic (PANC-1) and Breast (MDA-MB 231) Cancer Cell Lines: A Comparative Study. Int J Nanomedicine. 15: 573-585.

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Balkrishna et al. (2020). Polyherbal Medicine Divya Sarva-Kalp-Kwath Ameliorates Persistent Carbon Tetrachloride-Induced Biochemical and Histopathological Liver Impairments in Wistar Rats. Frontier in Pharmacology 11:288

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Balkrishna et al. (2019). Anti-Acetylcholinesterase Activities of Mono-Herbal Extracts and Exhibited Synergistic Effects of the Phytoconstituents: A Biochemical and Computational Study. Molecules. 2019 Nov 18;24(22). pii: E4175.

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Balkrishna et al. (2019). Cytokines Driven Anti-Inflammatory and Anti-Psoriasis Like Efficacies of Nutraceutical Sea Buckthorn (Hippophae rhamnoides) Oil. Front Pharmacol. 10:1186.

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Balkrishna et al. (2019). Anti-Inflammatory and Anti-Arthritic Efficacies of an Indian Traditional Herbo-Mineral Medicine "Divya Amvatari Ras" in Collagen Antibody-Induced Arthritis (CAIA) Mouse Model Through Modulation of IL-6/IL-1ß/TNF-a/NF?B Signaling. Front Pharmacol. 10:659.

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Balkrishna et al. (2019). Herbo-mineral formulation 'Ashwashila' attenuates rheumatoid arthritis symptoms in collagen-antibody-induced arthritis (CAIA) mice model. Sci Rep. 9(1):8025.

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Balkrishna et al. (2020) Comparative COX I Molecular Docking of Phyto-chemicals (Flavonoids, Alkaloids, Lignans and Terpenoids) for Anti-platelet Aggregation Dynamics. Current Computer-aided Drug Design

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Balkrishna et al. (2020) Validation of a Novel Zebrafish Model of Dengue Virus (DENV-3) Pathology Using the Pentaherbal Medicine Denguenil Vati.  Biomolecules. 10. 7. 971

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Balkrishna et al. (2020). Herbal Decoction Divya-Swasari-Kwath Attenuates Airway Inflammation and Remodelling Through Nrf-2 Mediated Antioxidant Lung Defence in Mouse Model of Allergic Asthma. Phytomedicine. 153295

2. Yoga Research Division

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Telles et al. (2020). Body temperature in practitioners of a yoga breathing technique considered to be heat generating (Accepted)

2)

Sharma et al. (2020). Yoga as an add on therapy in the management of migraine. 2020. Indian J Community Medicine. (Accepted).

3)

Telles et al. (2020). Body Temperature and Energy Expenditure During and After Yoga Breathing Practices Traditionally Described as Cooling. Medical Science Monitor Basic Research, 26, e920107.

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Telles et al. (2019). The Impact of Yoga on Teachers' Self-Rated Emotions. BMC Research Notes, 12(1), 680.

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Gupta et al. (2019). Performance in a Corsi Block-tapping Task following High-frequency Yoga Breathing or Breath Awareness. International Journal of Yoga, 12(3), 247–251.

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Telles et al. (2019). Immediate Effect of a Yoga Breathing Practice on Attention and Anxiety in Pre-Teen Children. Children (Basel, Switzerland), 6(7), 84.

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Telles et al. (2019). Mental Wellbeing, Quality of Life, and Perception of Chronic Illness in Yoga-Experienced Compared with Yoga-Naïve Patients. Medical Science Monitor Basic Research, 25, 153–163.

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Telles et al. (2019). Changes in Shape and Size Discrimination and State Anxiety after Alternate-Nostril Yoga Breathing and Breath Awareness in One Session Each. Medical Science Monitor Basic Research, 25, 121–127.

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Telles et al. (2019). Quality of Life in Yoga Experienced and Yoga Naïve Asian Indian Adults with Obesity. Journal of obesity, 2019, 9895074.

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Telles et al. (2019). Yoga as a Holistic Treatment for Chronic Illnesses: Minimizing adverse events and safety concerns. Frontiers in Psychology, 10:661.

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Telles et al. (2019). Effect of yoga on vigilance, self-ratedhave sleep and state anxiety in Border Security Force personnel in India. Work, 63(2):243-251.

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Gulati et al. (2019). Self Esteem and Performance in Attentional Tasks in School Children after 4½ Months of Yoga. International Journal of Yoga, 12(2):158-161.

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Telles et al. (2018). Anthropometric variables as predictors of aspects of quality of life in persons with central obesity. BMC Research Notes, 11(1):680

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Pal et al. (2018). Neurophysiological Changes Determined by the EEG with Yoga Breathing Practices: A Mini Review. EC Neurology, 10(9).

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Telles et al. (2018). Twelve Weeks of Yoga or Nutritional Advice for Centrally Obese Adult Females. Frontiers in Endocrinology, 9:466.

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Gupta et al. (2018). A Brief Overview of Yoga for Children with Physical and Mental Needs. EC Pediatrics, 7(8): 807-809.

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Telles et al. (2018). Changes in vigilance, self rated sleep and state anxiety in military personnel in India following yoga. BMC Research Notes, 11: 518.

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Telles et al. (2018). A Brief Overview of Yoga for Respiratory Disorders. EC Pulmonology and Respiratory Medicine, 7.8 (2018): 554-556.

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Telles et al. (2018). Increased Mental Well-being and Reduced State Anxiety in Teachers After Participation in a Residential Yoga Program. Medical Science Monitor Basic Research, 24: 105–112.

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Telles et al. (2018). The association between the Lipid Profile and Fasting Blood Glucose with Weight Related Outcomes in Healthy Obese Adults. BMC Research Notes, 11(1):383.

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Telles et al. (2018). Changes in reaction time after yoga bellows type breathing in healthy female volunteers. International Journal of Yoga, 11(3):224-230

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Gupta et al. (2018). Stress and coping strategies: The impact on health. Yoga Mimansa, 50(1):20-26.

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Telles et al. (2017). Alternate-Nostril Yoga Breathing Reduced Blood Pressure While Increasing Performance in a Vigilance Test. Medical Science Monitor Basic Research, 23:392-398.

24)

Balkrishna et al. (2017). The anatomy of the skin: concepts from ayurveda and computational modelling. Indian Journal of Clinical Anatomy and Physiology, 5(1).

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Telles et al. (2017). Characteristics of Yoga Practitioners, Motivators and Yoga Techniques of Choice: A Cross-sectional Study. Frontiers in Public Health, 5, 184.

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Telles et al. (2017). Hemisphere specific EEG related to alternate nostril yoga breathing. BMC Research Notes, 10 (1), 306

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Telles et al. (2017). A critical evaluation of Dead Sea Therapy in the management of psoriasis. Journal of Alternative, Complementary and Integrative medicine, 3, 33.

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Sharma et al. (2017). A comparision of the quality of life in obese persons based on experience of yoga practice. Indian Journal of Traditional Knowledge, 16 (suppl), 17-20.

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Bharadwaj et al. (2017). The inter-dependence between beliefs and feelings about a yagna: a correlational study. Indian Journal of Traditional Knowledge, 16 (suppl), 25-29.

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Telles et al. (2017). Yoga and Physiotherapy: Therapies Which Complement Each Other. Journal of Yoga and Phisiotherapy, 1(3).

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Telles, S. (2017). Yoga and Healthy Eating: The Underlying Mechanisms. Journal of Yoga & Physical Therapy, 7 (1), 128.

32)

Kumar et al. (2017). Phase change heat transfer during cryosurgery of lung cancer using hyperbolic heat conduction model. Computers in Biology and Medicine, 84, 20-29.

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Bhardwaj et al. (2017). Yoga practice in a school setting positively impacts self-esteem: a 13-month follow-up study. Indian Journal of Physiology and Pharmacology, 61(1), 76-79.

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Verma et al. (2017). Evaluation of the Protective Effects of Constituents of an Ayurveda Herbal Eye Drop Preparation in Albino Rabbits. International Journal of Medical Research Professionals, 3(1): 155-158.

3. Patanjali Herbal Research Department

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Balkrishna et al. (2020). Agricultural mobile apps used in India: Current status and gap analysis. Agricultural Science Digest, (D-5140). (Accepted)

2)

Balkrishna et al. (2020). Analysis of policy interventions in agriculture and ICT based mechanistic approach towards sustainability: An Indian perspective. Asian Journal of Agriculture and Rural Development. (Accepted)

3)

Balkrishna et al. (2018). New Plant Records to the Flora of Haryana. Indian Journal of Forestry.

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Balkrishna et al. (2018). Phytoresources of Morni Hills, Panchkula, Haryana. Indian Journal of Forestry.

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Balkrishna et al. (2018). Phytoetymology and ethnobotany of indigenous or introduced gymnosperms in India. International Journal of Unani and Integrative Medicine, 2(4), 44-51.

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Balkrishna et al. (2018). Life-form and Biological Spectrum of Morni Hills, Panchkula, Haryana. Indian Journal of Forestry, 41(3) 299-302. ISSN: 0971-9431. NAAS Rating 3.78 India.

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Balkrishna et al. (2018). Etymology of Endemic Plants of Uttarakhand, India. International Journal of Forest Usufructs Management, 19: 66-69. ISSN: 0972-3927. NAAS Rating 3.23 India.

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Balkrishna et al. (2018). Phyto-resources of Morni Hills, Panchkula, Haryana. Journal of Non-Timber Forest Products, 25(2) 91-98. ISSN: 0971-9415. NAAS Rating 3.59 India.

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Balkrishna et al. (2018). New Plant Records to the Flora of Haryana. Indian Journal of Forestry, 41(2) 117-127. ISSN: 0971-9431. NAAS Rating 3.78 India.

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Balkrishna et al. (2018). Medicinal Plants of Morni Hills, Shivalik Range, Panchkula, Haryana. Journal of Non-Timber Forest Products, 25(1) 1-14. ISSN: 0971-9415. NAAS Rating 3.59 India.

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Balkrishna et al. (2018). Medicinal Plants of Morni Hills, Shivalik Range, Panchkula, Haryana. Journal of Non-Timber Forest Products 25 (1) 1-14.

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Saxena et al. (2017). Diversity, Ethnomedicinal Knowledge and Conservation Status of Plant Species used by the People in a Part of District Tehri Garhwal, North West Himalaya. Bulletin of Environment, Pharmacology and Life Sciences.