Prof. Pulok K. Mukherjee: Profile

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Prof. Pulok K. Mukherjee

Prof. Pulok K. Mukherjee

                  PhD, FWAST, FRSC, FNASc 

Director, IBSD 

Others: Professor (on lien), Dept. of Pharmaceutical Technology, Jadavpur University, Kolkata - 700 032, India 

Phone: +91-385-2446121(Office) 

Email: director[dot]ibsd[at]nic[dot]in; pulokm[at]gmail[at]com


Personal Page: pulokmukherjee.in

Academic and professional qualifications:

  • 1997: PhD (Pharmacy) Jadavpur University, Kolkata, India  
  • 1993: M. Pharm, Jadavpur University, Kolkata, India  
  • 1991: B. Pharm, Jadavpur University, Kolkata, India 

Research involvement with international universities and research centre:

  1. Post Doctoral Research Fellow at the Center for Drug Research [LACDR], Leiden University, The Netherlands, worked in the field of chemo profiling and quality evaluation of medicinal plants and metabolites. 
  2. Visiting Scientist at the Pharmaceutical Science Research division of King’s College London, London, UK at the King’s College London in the field of natural product research for drug development of Acetyl cholinesterase inhibitors from natural resources 
  3. Visiting scientist at the Centre for Pharmacognosy and Phytotherapy, School of Pharmacy, University of London in the field of natural product research for safety evaluation and validation. 

Awards and Professional recognition

  • 2018: FNASc (Fellow of the National Academy of Sciences, India)
  • 2007: FRSC (Fellow of the Royal Society of Chemistry, UK)
  • 2018: NASI - Reliance Industries Platinum Jubilee Award, National Academy of Sciences, India 
  • 2018: Birbal Sahni Birth Century Award, Indian Science Congress, India 
  • 2015: TATA innovation Fellowship, Dept. of Biotechnology, Govt. of India
  • 2015: TWAS Visiting Expert Award, The World Academy of Sciences, Italy
  • 2007: Biotechnology Overseas Award, Dept. of Biotechnology, Govt. of India
  • 1999: BOYSCAST Fellowship, Dept. of Science & Technology, Ministry of Science & Technology, Govt. of India
  • 2016: IASTAM Award, Indian Ass. for the Study of Traditional Asian, India
  • 2014: Col. Ram Nath Chopra Oration award, Indian Pharmacological Society, India.
  • 2007: The Fujii Otsuka Award, Tokushima University, Japan
  • 2017: Guest editor of Journal of Ethnopharmacology, a special issue on Ayurveda, published from, Elsevier Science.
  • 2006: DIA-Out Standing Service Award, Drug Information Association, USA 
  • 2003: DIA Research Grant Award, Drug Information Association, USA
  • 2010 onwards: Advisor, American Herbal Pharmacopoeia; 3051 Brown's Lane; Soquel, CA 95073 USA, 2010.
  • 2015: APTI- Best Pharmaceutical Scientist of the Year, Association of Pharmaceutical Teachers’ of India (APTI), India
  • 2003 onwards: Associate Editor, Journal of Ethnopharmacology, Elsevier Science, the Netherlands 
  • 2020: Guest editor of Journal of Ethnopharmacology, a special issue on Ashwagandha (upcoming), 
  • 2015: Guest editor of Indian Journal of Traditional Knowledge, special issue on “Ethnopharmacology and Validation of Traditional Medicine”, [NISCAIR], CSIR, New Delhi.
  • 2009: Guest editor of Indian Journal of Traditional Knowledge, special issue on “Traditional knowledge of the Northeast India”, [NISCAIR], CSIR, New Delhi.
  • 2009: Guest editor of Drug Information Journal, special issue on “Natural Health Products”, Drug Information Association [DIA], USA
  • 2014 onwards: Secretary, Society for Ethnopharmacology, India, For details please visit: www.ethnopharmacology.in.
  • 2019 onwards: President, International Society for Ethnopharmacology, Swithzerland, For details please visit: www.ethnopharmacology.org 

Publication Summary:

Book [authored / edited]

06

 } 26

Book Chapter contributed

20

Research/Review papers in International peer reviewed impact Journals:

169

 } Total: 221

Research/Review papers in National [Indian] Peer reviewed Journal:

52

Cumulative impact factor

257.5

Books/ Book Chapters

26

According to Google Citations database:

  • h-Index – 62 i10-index – 330.
  • Total Citation for over 20656 times


Research Expertise:

Medicinal Plant research, Traditional Medicine inspired drug development, Bioprospecting of natural products, Value added formulation with from botanicals, Phytodelivery systems, Translational research aspects of medicinal plants, LC-MS/MS based Metabolomic study, High throughput screening of botanicals, Quality evaluation and validation of ethnomedicine, Quality related safety aspects, Network pharmacology, Synergy Research, System Biology related aspects.

Research Interests/Highlights:
I have been working for over 22 years in different areas of natural product studies, Ethnopharmacology, ethnomedicine and evidence-based validation of herbs used in AYUSH, India. My research/academic works highlights on traditional medicine inspired drug discovery from Indian medicinal plants to make them available from ‘Farm to Pharma’. My research career on validation of medicinal plants from Indian systems of medicine, their formulation and standardization, which are useful bio-prospecting tools for the traditional medicine-based drug discovery programme. My experience and expertise is very broad, particularly on the evaluation and validation of drugs and pharmaceuticals, chemical processing of medicinal plants for their chemo-profiling, quality evaluation, safety documentation, marker analysis related to the bio-prospecting of medicinal plants, and the pharmacological activity of constituents for various biological activities through multi-disciplinary research approaches. I have published more than 220 publications in peer reviewed impact journals, several patents, authored/edited 6 books and 20 book chapters. Several national and international collaborations among researchers in interdisciplinary, multidisciplinary, and trans-disciplinary aspects with several Universities and Industries was made by me to share knowledge and experiences in various fields of research related to botanicals with major emphasis on the followings:

  • Chemo-profiling and marker analysis for quality evaluation of herbs and herbal formulations 
  • Extraction and other downstream procedures for evaluation of botanicals
  • Bioassay guided isolation and leasd development frpm medicinal plants
  • Bioprospecting of natural products through multi disciplinary approach
  • Evidence based validation and documentation of herbs used in ancient Indian systems of medicine 
  • Formulation development of herbal medicinal plants for therapeutic benefits for better health care
  • LC-MS/MS based Metabolomic study and marker profiling of medicinal plants 
  • Network pharmacology of herbal drugs and traditional formulations to understand the mechanism of action.
  • Evaluation of synergy to study the molecular interactions for pharmacological actions.
  • Quality control and standardization of natural products
  • Traditional systems of medicines and harmonization
  • Development of herbal drug delivery systems with plant extracts and metabolites of therapeutic importance
  • Novel phytodelivery system for development of efficacious phytopharmaceuticals 
  • High throughput screening methodologies for evaluation of medicinal plants 
  • Scientific validation of traditional claims with translational research approach.
  • Scientific validation and development of safe & efficacious phytopharmaceuticals
  • Herbal therapeutics – pharmacokinetics and utilization of herbal drugs
  • Development and evaluation of nutraceutical and dietary supplements 
  • Harmonization of regulatory requirements to ensure quality, safety and efficacy of the herbal products.

Editor/Editorial board member of the following peer reviewed journals

  • Associate Editor, Journal of Ethnopharmacology, International journal on botanical research, published by Elsevier Science, the Netherlands 2003 onwards.
  • Associate Editor, Frontiers in Pharmacoogy (Ethnopharmacology).
  • Phytomedicine - Member of the editorial Board, an International Journal of Phytotherapy and Phytopharmacology; published by Elsevier Science, the Netherlands. 
  • Phytochemical Analysis, Member of the editorial Board, an International journal on development, improvement, validation of analytical methodology in plant sciences; published by John Wiley & Sons Ltd., U.K.
  • Synergy, Member of the editorial Board, an international journal on application of the principle of "synergy" at the molecular, cellular and organismic levels in the prevention and treatment of disease; published by Elsevier Science, the Netherlands. 
  • Journal of Integrative Medicine (JIM), Member of the editorial Board, an international journal to promote complementary and alternative medicine (CAM), published by Elsevier Science. 
  • Journal of Pharmaceutical Analysis, Member of the editorial Board,  an International journal, on quantitative and qualitative technique in pharmaceutical analysis, published by Elsevier on behalf of Xi'an Jiaotong University, China. 
  • Indian Journal of Traditional Knowledge [IJTK], Member of the editorial Board, Journal on biological activities of the materials from plants, animals and minerals, used in AYUSH and Folk-remedies, published by National Institute of Science Communication & Information Resources, CSIR, New Delhi. Medicinal & Aromatic Plants Abstracts.
  • Indian Drugs, Member of the editorial Board,  an Indian journal on Pharmaceutical Technology, published by Indian Drug Manufacturers' Association, Worli, Mumbai, India. 
  • Indian Journal of Pharmaceutical Education and Research (IJPER), Member of the editorial Board, Indian journal on pharmaceutical technology and research, published by Association of Pharmaceutical Teachers of India (APTI).
  • World Journal of Traditional Chinese Medicine (WJTCM), Member of the editorial Board,  an International Journal on progress in clinical efficacy and action mechanism of Traditional Medicine; Published from World Federation of Chinese Medicine Societies, China. 
  • Medicinal & Aromatic Plants Abstracts, Member of the editorial Board,  Journal covering global current literature on all aspects of medicinal, aromatic and allied plants, published by National Institute of Science Communication & Information Resources, CSIR, New Delhi.  

Phytopharmaceutical mission, ethnobotany, ethnopharmacology & drug discovery

Research Summary:
We are working on the production and chemical processing of economically important Medicinal and aromatic plants (MAPs) particularly on the bioprospecting of plants and their constituents. Our work on metabolomic analysis for development of MAPs is useful for their value addition, reinforcement, and sustainable development. We aim to strengthen the chemical and therapeutic claims of MAPs in Indian traditional system of medicine through scientific evaluation and evidence-based validation through biological and chemical sciences. We have been working on several translational aspects for MAPs for their assessment through bio-analytical techniques, bioassay guided isolation, enzyme inhibition, pharmacological and microbiological assays. Research contributions by me and my team along with the translational aspects in the field of MAPs with the products/process developed along with the publications made, is being highlighted as follows:

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Translational Research on MAPs – Traditional Medicine inspired approach approach for development of Processes/ products from MAPs:
We are in the quest to find leads from MAPs and working on the development of innovative cutting-edge research technologies through industry-Institute partnership for enhancement of safe and efficacious natural medicines. Based on our research contribution; several products/processes have been developed and explored by many industries through University-Industry collaborations:

  • Anti-ageing formulation developed in collaboration with Parker Robinson Pvt. Ltd., Kolkata, which is being marketed.
  • Another research finding on anti-hyper pigmentation has been opted by Emami Ltd., Kolkata for the development of “Varnya” formulation.
  • One of our technologies has been transferred to Albert David Ltd., Kolkata for quality evaluation and standardization of herbal products.
  • Research findings of our group have also been acclaimed by several other industries including Indian National Drug Company Ltd, Kolkata, Pure Lotus Partners Inc., Springville, Utah, USA etc.


Leveraging innovation for development of value-added products from therapeutically potent lead components:
My group has generated new idea and nurture innovation to develop cutting technology for quality evaluation and scientific validation of medicinal plants. We have established technologies for value added herbal formulation – ‘Herbosomes’ to increase the bioavailability of therapeutically potent bio-actives from medicinal plants having lowered half-life. This value-added herbal formulation has been developed for better absorption and therapeutic potentials of bio-actives, which has been patented.

  • “A Process of Preparing a Herbal Composition for the Management of Insomnia/Stress and Product thereof’’- P. K Mukherjee, S. Rai, Kakali Mukherjee and KFH Nazeer Ahamed, B.P. Saha and S. Roy Chowdhury, Indian Patent No –221881.
  • “A Process of Preparing Herbosomes with Andrographolide having Better Hepato protective Activity and Product thereof” P. K. Mukherjee, Kuntal Maiti, Kakali Mukherjee and BishnuPada Saha; Indian Patent No- 234595.


Development of leads from MAPS based on Traditional Medicine inspired approaches leading to synergy research in traditional Indian medicine -value addition to MAPs
We have been working on the exploration and development of the synergy in medicinal and aromatic plants with Traditional Medicine inspired approaches. This work focused on the combinatory and synergistic interactions of compounds and drugs made from traditional Indian medicinal plants through network pharmacology, validation of biological activity, omics techniques, multilevel systemic interaction with targets gene, protein, pathways. We have performed a well-defined work on “Studies on Rhizomes of Nelumbo nucifera Gaertn. (Family- Nymphaeaceae)” relating to phytochemical, pharmacological, antimicrobial studies on its rhizomes, leading to several potential publications and patent made by CSIR:

  • “A Process for Isolation of Betulinic Acid useful as Anti-HIV, Anti-tumoral and Melanoma-Specific Cytotoxic Agent” - Pulok K. Mukherjee, M. Pal and B.P. Saha by Intellectual Property Management Division, CSIR, New Delhi (International patent – No- WO03011891).


Quality control and Standardization of MAPs - Evidence Based Validation
Chemoprofiling and quality evaluation of medicinal plants are of great importance in developing herbal formulation in both industrial and research aspects. Standardisation of plant extract is necessary to ensure the content uniformity of major biomarkers present in it. We have been working on the development of marker profiles of herbs related to analytical, bio-analytical techniques for MAPs with therapeutic importance. Our work focused on the development of quality control profile of MAPs through validated analytical technique, especially HPLC, HPTLC etc. We have performed marker profiling and standardization of sevral MAPs with suitable validated analytical methods and resulted with several impact peer reviewed publications.

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Documentation and Value addition of Maps
We have been working on ethnobilogical studies to explore many traditional and folklore medicines being used by the tribal people or traditional heathcare practitionesr from time immemorial. The ethnography, phytochemical and therapeutic uses as well as the anthropological perspectives of the traditional medicine has also been studied and validated through translational research approach. Based on the expertise, I have authored/edited several books, which provides new information on the research and development of MAPs - through cultivation of high yielding verities to phyto chemistry to value added formulation development, with major emphasis on the quality evaluation and validation of natural resources for preventative or healing purposes.

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Ethnopharmacology and Ethnomedicine: validation of traditional claim -Bioprospecting of natural resources – Ethnopharmacology, ethnomedicines for development of MAPs for development of therapeutically potent lead, value added products based on Traditional Medicine inspired approaches 

High throughput screening for metabolic and lifestyle related disorder of MAPs 

We have been working on the exploration of leads from MAPs having therapeutic potential through in-vitro enzyme inhibition assay. To explore the biological activity of medicinal plants, enzymes are considered as excellent targets for pharmacological intervention, owing to their essential role in life processes and pathophysiology. Our work focusing on the validation and development of leads useful for the prevention and management of metabolic and lifestyle related diseases. We are in contentious quest to establish the concept of “your food is your medicine”. Our research findings have been published in reputed peer reviewed journals.

Evaluating of anti-tyrosinase inhibitory potential of MAPs:

We have been working on the development of leads from botanicals and formulate value added product for skin whitening based on Ayurvedic concept. These research findings are being explored by Industrial partner Emami Ltd., Kolkata through a collaborative research project on “Varnya formulation” leading to product development. 

Exploring anti-ageing leads from MAPs:

We have been working on the development of botanicals leads having anti-ageing potential. Several components have been screened and evaluated in this context for their hyaluronidase, elastase, and matrix-metalloproteinase inhibitory activities. This work has been explored by the industries through the Department of Science & Technology, Govt. of India and Industry sponsored project at the Jadavpur University. Our research findings have been reported in reputed peer reviewed journal. Products have been developed, marketed and technology transferred to the industrial partner Parkar Robinson Pvt. Ltd., Kolkata. 

Development of value-added herbal formulation, bio-analytical parameters, bioavailability, and pharmacokinetic evaluation: 

We have developed and patented the techniques for value added herbal formulation – ‘Herbosomes’ to increase the bioavailability of therapeutically potent plant secondary metabolites having lower half life. Herbosomes are a value-added herbal formulation developed by our group for better absorption and therapeutic potentials. We have developed an improved process of preparing herbosomes, which is a value added herbal drugs delivery system to sustain the action and also to increase the bioavailability of several therapeutically important phytomolecules like betulinic acid, ursolic acid, catechine, ferulic acid, curcumin, quercetin, naringenin, hesperetin etc.

Exploring anti-infective, immune modulatory, potential of MAPs

We have performed a well-defined work on “Studies on Rhizomes of Nelumbo nucifera Gaertn. (Family-Nymphaeaceae)” relating to phytochemical, pharmacological, antimicrobial studies on its rhizomes leads to several potential publications and patent has been made by CSIR (International patent – No- WO03011891) entitled “A Process for Isolation of Betulinic Acid useful as Anti-HIV, Anti-tumoral and Melanoma-Specific Cytotoxic Agent”. Based on the traditional and folklore uses, extract of several MAPs along with their active phyto-constituents have evaluated for their pharmaco-therapeutic activities. Our group has been working in the field of medicinal plant research including phytochemical, phyto-pharmacological, antimicrobial, antiviral, anti-leshmenia,  hypoglycaemic, antiallergic and immune modulatory evaluation of  different plant species along with their active phyto-constitutents. 

Exploring anti-allergic leads from natural products:

My research group has been working to identify the potentially active anti-allergic molecules from medicinal plants for clinically approved lead. We have screened and evaluated several medicinal plants in search of novel lead, including the investigation of different parameters including ?-hexosaminidase inhibition release, estimation of interleukins expression in RBL-2H3 cells followed by the mRNA expression profile and suppression of HDC gene. Research outcomes through this collaborative program between Tokushima University, Japan and Jadavpur University, Kolkata, India.

Drug development for Alzheimer’s diseases as AChE inhibitors:

Our research for development of leads from MAPs against cognitive disorder especially acetyl cholinesterase [AChE] inhibitors for Alzheimer’s disease (AD), is one of the major research highlights of our team. We have developed several bioactivity guided isolation techniques for screening of natural AChE inhibitors through the evaluation of anti-acetyl cholinesterase activity. We have evolved several screening techniques for the development of acetyl cholinesterase inhibitors from MAPs and spices for their potential therapeutic efficacy. 


Metabolomics study in MAPs

The emerging field of metabolomics has become an important strategy for quality evaluation and identification of major plant metabolites. Our study on Metabolomics aiming towards the comprehensive analysis of numerous targeted as well as non-targeted metabolites in plant extracts. Several developed analytical, bio-analytical techniques especially through LC-MS/MS, GC/MS resulted with identification and characterization of phytomolecules to explore secondary metabolite diversity of MAPs. Our work on UPLC-QTOF-MS and GC-MS analysis of some medicinal plants have resulted several impact publications.

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Exploring Synergy and network pharmacology in MAPs 

We have been exploring the synergistic actions/effects of medicinal and aromatic plants and their active compounds, including the mechanistic principles of synergy and the use of network analysis. This is an effective and suitable modern bioinformatics approaches to develop phyto-pharmaceuticals from botanicals. This work focused on the combinatory and synergistic interactions of compounds and drugs made from traditional Indian medicinal plants through network pharmacology, validation of biological activity, omics techniques, multilevel systemic interaction with targets gene, protein, pathways. This is very helpful in translational research to develop multi-target approaches, which are increasingly applied to treat complex diseases with herbal medicine. Further it helps to elucidate the combinatory actions in context of the theoretical basis, experimental design and quantification of synergy. I am also associated with the Synergy forum, University of Bonn, Germany for promotion of medicinal plants through metabolomic studies with their chemical and biological perspectives.

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Safety evaluation of herbal medicine
We are working on various parameters related to drug safety with special emphasis to MAPs including an overview on pharmacovigilance, safety study, risk management on drug and pharmaceuticals including value added formulations and dietary supplements. Our research work on safety evaluation of herbs and polyherbal formulation through metabolism mediated herb-drug interaction, is one of his potential approaches in the field of pharmaco-vigilance study on herbal medicines. These safety prospects include the CYP450 modulating enzyme mediated interaction of herbal medicine and presence of contaminants such as heavy metals, persistent pesticides and mostly for the evaluation of CYP450 enzyme predominance. We are involved in assessing the safety of MAPs through various models on drug modulating enzymes. 
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Dissemination of Knowledge for promotion and development of MAPs: 
We have been working extensively on dissemination of knowledge for promotion of ethnopharmacology, ethno-medicine and Medicinal and aromatic plant research at large. several very effective and successful International/ National conferences/ workshops/symposiums/ congress with the involvement of the renowned scientists and resource persons all over the world has been organized by my group to develop national international collaborations and coordination in the field of MAPs.

Books, Patents and Research Publications in peer reviewed impact journals:


Book [authored / edited]

06

 

} 26

 

Book Chapter contributed

20

Research/Review papers in International peer reviewed impact Journals:

169

 

} Total: 221

Research/Review papers in National [Indian] Peer reviewed Journal:

52

Cumulative impact factor

254

Books/ Book Chapters

26

According to Google Citations database:

·         h-Index – 62; i10-index – 330

·         Total Citation for over 20656 times

 

Patents: 03

  1. “A Process for Isolation of Betulinic Acid useful as Anti-HIV, Anti-tumoral and Melanoma-Specific Cytotoxic Agent” - Pulok K. Mukherjee, M. Pal and B.P. Saha by Intellectual Property Management Division, CSIR, New Delhi (International patent – No- WO03011891).
  2. “A Process of Preparing a Herbal Composition for the Management of Insomnia/Stress and Product thereof’’- P. K Mukherjee, S. Rai, Kakali Mukherjee and KFH Nazeer Ahamed, B.P. Saha and S. Roy Chowdhury, Indian Patent No –221881.
  3. “A Process of Preparing Herbosomes with Andrographolide having Better Hepatoprotective Activity and Product thereof” P. K. Mukherjee, Kuntal Maiti, Kakali Mukherjee and Bishnu Pada Saha; Indian Patent No- 234595.

Numbers of Books Authored/Edited/Contributed Chapters: 26

(A)  List of Books: Authored/Edited: 06

  1. Mukherjee Pulok K. [Authored]. “Quality Control and Evaluation of Herbal Drugs”, Elsevier Science, USA, 2019, 784 pages, ISBN 978-0-12-813374-3.
  2. Mukherjee Pulok K, Ghosh Dilip [Edited], “Natural Medicines, clinical efficiency, safety and quality”, CRC Press Taylor and Francis group, 2019, 605 pages, ISBN: 978-1-138-73306-0
  3. Mukherjee Pulok K., [Edited] “Evidence based validation of herbal medicine”, Elsevier Science, USA, 2015, 557 pages, ISBN: 978-0-12-800874-4. 
  4. Mukherjee Pulok K., Peter J. Houghton (Edited), “Evaluation of Herbal Medicinal Products - Perspectives of Quality, Safety and Efficacy” Pharmaceutical Press, Royal Pharmaceutical Society of Great Britain, UK, 2009, 501 pages, ISBN 978-0-85368-751-0. 
  5. Mukherjee Pulok K. and Verpoorte Rob. (Edited) “GMP in Herbal Drugs” - Eastern Publishers (Business Horizons Ltd.) New Delhi 2003, 400 pages, ISBN 81-900788-5-2. 
  6. Mukherjee Pulok K [Edited], “Promotion and Development of Botanicals with International Coordination” –Allied Book Agency, Kolkata, India, 2005, 510 pages. 

(B) Book chapters contributed: 20 

  1. Mukherjee Pulok K., Kar Amit, Banerjee Subhadip, Katiyar C.K. Antidiabetic natural products. Annual reports in Medicinal Chemistry-Medicinal Natural Products: A Disease- Focused Approach, Satyajit D Sarkar and Lutfun Nahar, Academic Press, Elsevier, PP. 373-405, ISBN: 978-0-12-821019-2.
  2. Mukherjee Pulok K., Harwansh Ranjit K., Bahadur Shiv, Chanda Joydeb, Biswas Sayan, Banerjee Subhadip. Enzyme inhibition assay for metabolic disorders—exploring leads from medicinal plants; Animal Biotechnology: Models in Discovery and Translation,2nd Edition, Ashish S. Verma and Anchal Singh, Academia Press, Elsevier, PP. 631-652: ISBN 978-0-12-416002-6.
  3. Mukherjee Pulok K, Banerjee Subhadip, Kar Amit, Chanda Joydeb. Drugs from Our Ancestors: Tradition to Innovation in; Herbal medicine in India, Saikat Sen, Raja Chakraborty, Springer, Singapore, 2019. PP. 263- 280: ISBN: 978-981-13-7247-6.
  4. Mukherjee Pulok K, Harwansh RK, Bahadur S, Duraipandiyan V, Dhabi NA. Factors to Consider in Development of Nutraceutical and Dietary Supplements, in; Pharmacognosy; Fundamentals, Applications and Strategies, Simone Badal & Rupika Delgoda (Eds) Academic Press, Tokyo, Japan, 2017. Pp. 653–661: ISBN: 978-0-12-802104-0.  
  5. Mukherjee Pulok K, Chaudhary SK, Bahadur S, Debnath PK. Ethnopharmacology and Integrative Medicine: An Indian Perspective, In; Ethnopharmacology, Michael Heinrich & Anna Jagor (Edt.), Wiley Blackbell, 2015. pp. 279-292. ISBN: 9781118930748.  
  6. Mukherjee Pulok K., Maity N., Nema N. K., Sarkar B. K. “Natural Matrix-Metallo-proteinase Inhibitors - Leads from Herbal Resources” in: Studies in Natural Products Chemistry, Atta-ur- Rahman (Ed.), Elsevier Science, Amsterdam, 2013, Vol 36, 91- 113. ISBN: 978-0-444-62615-8. 
  7. Mukherjee Pulok K., Nema N. K., Pandit, S. Mukherjee K. “Indian Medicinal Plants with Hypoglycaemic Potential” in: Bioactive Food as Dietary Interventions for Diabetes, Ronald R. Watson (Ed.), Academic Press, San Diego USA, 2013, 235-264. ISBN: 978-0-12-397153-1. 
  8. Mukherjee Pulok K., Chaudhary S.K., Nema N.K. “Botanicals as Angiotensin Converting Enzyme (ACE) inhibitors Useful in Hypertension” in: Nutritional and Therapeutic Interventions for Heart Disease, Nilanjana Maulik (Ed), CRC Press, New York USA, 2013, 541 -559.  ISBN: 13: 978-1-4398-8200-9.
  9. Mukherjee Pulok K., Venkatesh M, Gantait A. “Ayurveda in Modern Medicine: Development and Modification of Bioactivity” in: Comprehensive Natural Products -II -Chemistry and Biology, Mander, L., Lui, H.W. (Ed), Elsevier Science, Oxford, 2010; Vol 3, 479–507. ISBN: 978-0-08-045381-1.
  10. MukherjeePulok K. “Plant Products with Hypocholesterolemic Potentials” in: Advances in Food and Nutrition Research, Steve L Taylor (Ed), Elsevier Science, USA, 2003, Vol 47, 277-338, ISBN 0-12-016447-7.
  11. Mukherjee Pulok K, Satheesh Kumar N., Bhadra S., Ponnusankar S. “Exploring the CNS active potentials of some Indian spices” in: Spices: The Elixir of Life, A.K. De (Ed.)  DK Fine Art Press, New Delhi, 2011. 
  12. Mukherjee Pulok K., Nema NK, Dalai MK, Biswas R. “Healthcare through Herbal Medicine- Strategies for Development of Natural Products, Way Forward”in: Proceeding of National Seminar on Scope & development of Natural Products by Erstwhile Belonia College, South Tripura, India, 2011. ISBN-978-81-89742-51-5.
  13. MukherjeePulok K. “Exploring Green Resources for Drug Development through Ethno botany” in: Chemistry for Green Environment, Srivastava MM, Sanghi R (Eds), Narosa Publishing House, New Delhi, India, 2005, 287-301, ISBN 81-7319-620-6.
  14. MukherjeePulok K. and Mukherjee K. “Evaluation of Botanical-Perspectives of Quality Safety and Efficacy” in: Advances in Medicinal Plants, N.D. Prajapati, Tarun Prajapati and Sushma Jaypura (Eds), Vol 1, Asian Medicinal Plants & Health Care Trust, 2005, 87-110, ISBN 89-89070-06-1.
  15. MukherjeePulok K. and Wahile A. “Perspectives of Safety for Natural Health Products” in: Herbal Drugs - A Twenty first Century Perspectives, Rakesh K Sharma and Rajesh Arora (Eds), Jaypee Brothers Medicinal Publishers Ltd., New Delhi, 2006, 50-59, ISBN 81-8061-850-1.
  16. Mukherjee Pulok K., Kumar V., Houghton P. J. “Quality of Natural health products through marker profiling; Promotion and International Coordination” in Ethnopharmacology Recent Trends, P. Pushpangadan, V. George, K.K. Janardhanan (Eds), Daya Publishing House, New Delhi, India, 2008 , 86-99, ISBN10 81-7035-564-8.
  17. Mukherjee Pulok K., Ponnusankar S., Venkatesh M "Ethno medicine in Complementary Therapeutics" in: Ethno-medicine: A Source of Complementary Therapeutics, D. Chattopadhyay [Ed], Research Signpost, Trivandrum, Kerala, 2010, 29-52, ISBN: 978-81-308-0390-6.
  18. Mukherjee Pulok K., Ponnusankar S., “Exploring Pharmacovigilance for Traditional Herbal Medicines” In: Comprehensive Bioactive Natural Products: Quality Control & Standardization, V. K. Gupta, S.C. Taneja and B.D.Gupta [Eds], Vol-8, Studium Press LLC, USA, 2010: 248-280. ISBN: 1933699582.
  19. Mukherjee Pulok K., Venkatesh M., Wahile A., Paul P., “Meandering safety of Natural Health Products” In: Recent Advances in Herbal Drug Research and Therapy, A. Ray and K. Gulati [Eds]. I.K. International Publishing House Pvt., Ltd, New Delhi, India, 2010: 20 – 34. ISBN: 978-93-80026-97-8.
  20. Mukherjee Pulok K. and Houghton, P.J. 2009. “The worldwide phenomenon of increased use of herbal products: Opportunity and threats” In: Houghton, P.J., Mukherjee, P.K. [Eds.]. Evaluation of Herbal Medicinal Products-Perspectives on Quality, Safety and Efficacy. Pharmaceutical Press, Royal Pharmaceutical Society of Great Britain. 3-12. 

List of publications in peer reviewed journals: 221

  1. Kar A, Mukherjee Pulok K, Saha S, Banerjee S, Goswami D, Matsabisa MG, Charoensub R, Duangyod T. “Metabolite profiling and evaluation of CYP450 interaction potential of ‘Trimada’- An Ayurvedic formulation” Journal of Ethnopharmacology (2020)doi.org/10.1016/j.jep.2020.113457
  2. Biswas S, Mukherjee PK, Kar A, Banerjee S, Charoensub R, Duangyod T. Optimized piperine-phospholipid complex with enhanced bioavailability and hepatoprotective activity Pharmaceutical Development and Technology (2020)[Accepted]
  3. Banerjee S, Kar A, Mukherjee PK, Haldar PK, Sharma N, Katiyar CK. Immunoprotective potential of Ayurvedic herb Kalmegh (Andrographis paniculata) against respiratory viral infections- LC-MS/MS and Network Pharmacology analysis. Phytochemical analysis (2020). [Accepted]
  4. Singha S, Biswas S, Dasgupta B, Kar A, Mukherjee Pulok K Standardization of some plants of cucurbitaceae family by validated High performance thin-layer chromatography (HPTLC) JPC – Journal of Planar Chromatography – Modern TLC(2020)Accepted for Publication.
  5. Chanda J, Mukherjee Pulok K., Kar A, Maitra PK, Singha S, Halder P K, Gajbhiye R, Vishnuvardh R LC–QTOF–MS-based metabolite profiling and evaluation of?-glucosidase inhibitory kinetics of Coccinia grandis fruit Biomedical Chromatography (2020)https://doi.org/10.1002/bmc.4950
  6. Chanda J, Mukherjee Pulok K., Biswas R, Singha S, Kar A, Halder P K, Lagenaria siceraria and it's bioactive constituents in carbonic anhydrase inhibition: A bioactivity guided LC–MS/MSApproach Phytochemical Analysis (2020) https://doi.org/10.1002/pca.2975
  7. Mukherjee Pulok K , Biswas S, Banerjee S, Das B, Kar A, Katiyar C. K. Withania somnifera (L.) Dunal - Modern perspectives of an ancient Rasayana from Ayurveda Journal of Ethnopharmacology (2020)doi.org/10.1016/j.jep.2020.113157
  8. Das B, Kar A, Matsabisab MG, Mukherjee Pulok K. Anti-Cholinesterase Potential of Standardized Extract of PHELA a Traditional South African Medicine Formulation Journal of Herbal Medicine (2019)Volume 22, 100348doi.org/10.1016/j.hermed.2020.100348
  9. Biswas S, Harwansh R K, Kar A, Mukherjee Pulok K. Validated high-performance thin-layer chromatographic method for the simultaneous determination of quercetin, rutin, and gallic acid in Amaranthus tricolor L. JPC - Journal of Planar Chromatography - Modern TLC, Akadémiai Kiadó, Budapest (2019); doi: 10.1556/1006.2019.32.2.7.
  10. Sharma Akanksha, Katiyar Chandra Kant, Banerjee Subhadip, Chanda Joydeb, Kar Amit, Biswas Sayan, Mukherjee Pulok K. RP-HPLC and HPTLC Methods for Analysis of Selected Herbs Used as Complexion Promoters in Ayurveda and Unani Systems of Medicine Journal of AOAC International, AOAC International (2019); doi:10.5740/jaoacint.19-0290
  11. Banerjee S, BhattacharjeeP, Kar A, Mukherjee Pulok K. LC-MS/MS analysis and Network Pharmacology of Trigonella foenum-graecum- a plant from Ayurveda against Hyperlipidemia and Hyperglycemia with combination synergy Phytomedicine, Elsevier (2019); doi: 10.1016/j.phymed.2019.152944.
  12. Chanda J, Mukherjee Pulok K, Biswas R, Malakar D, Pillai M Study of pancreatic lipase inhibition kinetics and LC-QTOF-MS based identification of bioactive constituents of Momordica charantia fruits Biomedical Chromatography (2019);33(4): e4463
  13. Biswas S and Mukherjee Pulok K Validated High-Performance Thin-LayerChromatographic–Densitometric Method for the Isolationand Standardization of Ayapanin in Ayapana triplinervis Journal of Planar Chromatography (2019) 32: 1 (1-6)
  14. Biswas S, Mukherjee Pulok K., Harwansh R K., Bannerjee S, Bhattacharjee P Enhanced bioavailability and hepatoprotectivity of optimized ursolicacid–phospholipid complex Drug Development and Industrial Pharmacy (2019), 45(6), 946-958
  15. A.Bala, P.K.Mukherjee F.C.Braga, M.G.Matsabisa Comparative inhibition of MCF-7 breast cancer cell growth, invasion and angiogenesis by Cannabis sativa L. sourced from sixteen different geographic locations South African Journal of Botany (2018)119, 154-162Impact factor: 1.504
  16. Chanda J, Mukherjee Pulok K, Biswas R, Biswas S, Tiwari AK, Pargaonkar A. UPLC-QTOF-MS analysis of a carbonic anhydrase inhibiting extract and fractions of Luffa acutangula (L.) Roxb (ridge gourd). Phytochemical Analysis (2018), 30(2):148-155 doi.org/10.1002/pca.2800
  17. Mukherjee Pulok K, Banerjee S, Kar A Exploring Synergy in Ayurveda and Traditional Indian Systems of Medicine Synergy, 7 (2018), 30-33
  18. Goswami D., Mahapatra, AD, Banerjee S, Kar A, Ojha D, Mukherjee Pulok K, Chattopadhyay D Boswellia serrata oleo-gum-resin and ?-boswellic acid inhibits HSV-1 infection in vitro through modulation of NF-?B and p38 MAP kinase signalling Phytomedicine 51 (2018) 94–103
  19. Mukherjee Pulok K, Biswas R., Sharma A., Banerjee S, Biswas S, Katiyar CK. Validation of medicinal herbs for anti-tyrosinase potential Journal of Herbal Medicine, doi.org/10.1016/j.hermed.2018.09.002
  20. Nag M, Chanda J, Biswas R, Al-Dhabi N A, Duraipandiyan V, Banerji P., Mukherjee Pulok K Validation of Capsaicin in Indian Capsicum Species Through RP-HPLC Indian Journal of Pharmaceutical Education and Research, 2017; 51(2):337-342
  21. Biswas, R. Chanda, J., Kar, A., Mukherjee, Pulok K. Tyrosinase inhibitory mechanism of betulinic acid from Dillenia indica Food Chemistry, 2017, 232, 689-696
  22. Harwansh, RK., Mukherjee, Pulok K., Biswas, S. Nanoemulsion as a novel carrier system for improvement of betulinic acid oral bioavailability and hepatoprotective activity Journal of Molecular Liquids, 2017, 237, 361-371
  23. Mukherjee Pulok K, Bahadu S. Harwansh RK, Biswas S, Banerjee S. Paradigm shift in natural product research: traditional medicine inspired approaches Phytochemistry Reviews, 2017, DOI 10.1007/s11101-016-9489-6
  24. Bahadur S, Mukherjee Pulok K,Pandit S, Ahmmed SKM, Kar A. Herb-drug interaction potential of Berberis aristata through cytochrome P450 inhibition assay Synergy, 2017, 4, 1–7
  25. Mukherjee Pulok K, Harwansh RK, Bahadur S, Banerjee S, Kar A, Chanda J, Biswas S, Ahmmed M, Katiyar CK. Development of Ayurveda – Tradition to trend Journal of Ethnopharmacology, 2017, 197, 10-24.
  26. Kar A, Pandit S, Mukherjee K, Bahadur S, Mukherjee Polok K. Safety assessment of selected medicinal food plants used in Ayurveda through CYP450 enzyme inhibition study Journal of Science and Food Agricultural. 2017, 97, 333-340
  27. Katiyar CK, Mukherjee Pulok K Some excerpts from Charaka Samhita – An ancient treatise on Ayurveda & healthy living Journal of Ethnopharmacology, 2017. 3-9.
  28. Katoch D, Sharma JS, Banerjee S, Biswas R, Das B, GoswamiD, Harwansh RK, Katiyar CK, Mukherjee P. K. Government policies and initiatives for development of Ayurveda Journal of Ethnopharmacology, 2017, 197, 25.31.
  29. Harwansh RK, Mukherjee Pulok K, Kar A, Bahadur S, Al-Dhabi NA, Duraipandiyan V. Enhancement of photoprotection potential of catechin loaded nanoemulsion gel against UVA induced oxidative stress Journal of Photochemistry & Photobiology, B: Biology, 160 2016, 318–329.
  30. Bahadur S, Mukherjee Pulok K. Ahmmed SKM, Kar A, Harwansh RK, Pandit S. Metabolism-mediated interaction potential of standardized extract of Tinospora cordifolia through rat and human liver microsomes Indian Journal of Pharmacology, 2016, 48: 576-81.
  31. Mukherjee Pulok K.  Harwansh1RK, Bahadur S, Biswas S, Kuchibhatla LN, Tetali SD, Raghavendra AS. Metabolomics of medicinal plants – a versatile tool for standardization of herbal products and quality evaluation of Ayurvedic formulations Current Science,  2016, 111, 1624-1630
  32. Biswas R, Mukherjee Pulok K, Kar A, Bahadur S, Harwansh RK, Biswas S, Al-Dhabi NA, Duraipandiyan V. Evaluation of Ubtan–A traditional indian skin care formulation Journal of Ethnopharmacology, 2016, 192, 283-291.
  33. Biswas R, Mukherjee Pulok K, Chaudhary SK. Tyrosinase inhibition kinetic studies of standardized extract of Berberis aristata Natural Product Research, 2016, 30,1451-54
  34. Goswami D, Mukherjee Pulok K, Kar A, Ojha D, Roy S, Chattopadhyay D. Screening of ethnomedicinal plants of diverse culture for antiviral potentials Indian Journal of Traditional Knowledge, 2016, 15, 474-481
  35. Ahmmed SK, Mukherjee Pulok K, Bahadur S, Harwansh RK, Kar A, Al-Dhabi N, Duraipandiya V. CYP450 mediated inhibition potential of Swertia chirata: An herb from Indian traditional medicine Journal of Ethnopharmacology, 2016;78, 34–39.
  36. Mukherjee Pulok K, , Harwansh RK, Bahadur S, Banerjee S, Kar A. Evidence Based Validation of Indian Traditional Medicine – Way Forward World Journal of Traditional Chinese Medicine, 2016, 2, 48-61.
  37. Shill MC, Mizuguchi H, Karmakar S, Kadota T, Mukherjee Pulok K, Kitamura Y, Kashiwada Y, Nemoto H, Takeda N, Fukui H. A novel benzofuran, 4-methoxybenzofuran-5-carboxamide, from Tephrosia purpurea suppressed histamine H1 receptor gene expression through a protein kinase C-?-dependent signaling pathway International Immunopharmacology, 2016, 30, 18-26.
  38. Harwansh RK, Mukherjee Pulok K, Bahadur S, Biswas R. Enhanced permeability of ferulic acid loaded nanoemulsion based gel through skin against UVA mediated oxidative stress Life Sciences 141, 2015, 202–211.
  39. Biswas R, Mukherjee Pulok K, Dalai MK, Mandal PK, Nag M. Tyrosinase inhibitory potential of purpurin in Rubia cordifolia-A bioactivity guided approach Industrial Crops and Products, 2015, 74, 319–326
  40. Thakur CP, Narayan S, Bahadur S, Thakur M, Pandey S, Kumar P, Misra P, Mukherjee Pulok K, Mitra DK. Anti-leishmanial activity of Agave americana L.– A traditional Indian medicinal plant Indian Journal of Traditional Knowledge, 2015, 14, 658-663.
  41. Shill MK, Das AK, Itou T, Karmakar S, Mukherjee Pulok K, Mizuguchi H, Kashiwada Y, Fukui H, Nemoto H. The isolation and synthesis of a novel benzofuran compound from Tephrosia purpurea, and the synthesis of several related derivatives, which suppress histamine H1 receptor gene expression Bioorganic & Medicinal Chemistry, 2015, 20, 6869-6874.
  42. Nag M, Mukherjee Pulok K, Chanda J, Biswas R, Harwansh RK, Al-Dhabi NA, Duraipandiyan V. Plant developed analytical profile of Stereospermum suaveolens in Indian Traditional Knowledge Indian Journal of Traditional Knowledge, 2015, 14, 590-594
  43. Ahmmed SKM, Mukherjee Pulok K., Bahadur S, Kar A, Al-Dhabi NA, Duraipandiyan V. Inhibition potential of Moringa oleifera Lam. on drug metabolizing enzymes Indian Journal of Traditional Knowledge, 2015, 14, 614-619
  44. Kar A, Mukherjee Pulok K, Saha S, Bahadur S, Ahmmed SKM, Pandit S. Possible herb-drug interaction of Morus alba L.- a potential anti-diabetic plant from Indian Traditional medicine Indian Journal of Traditional Knowledge, 2015, 14, 626-631
  45. Bahadur S, Mukherjee K, Kar A, Ahmmed SKM, Mukherjee Pulok K, Al-Dhabi NA, Duraipandiyan V. Evaluation of food-drug interaction potential of Aegle marmelos (L.) Corrêa through metabolism mediated cytochrome P450 inhibition assay Indian Journal of Traditional Knowledge, 2015, 14, 643-649
  46. Ahmmed SK, Mukherjee Pulok K, Bahadur S, Kar A, Mukherjee k. Interaction potential of Trigonella foenum graceum through CYP450 mediated inhibition Indian journal of Pharmacology, 2015, 47, 530-534.
  47. Sarkar R, Mondal C, Bera R, Chakraborty S, Barik R, Roy P, Kumar A, Yadav KK, Choudhury J, Chaudhary SK, Samanta SK, Karmakar S, Das S, Mukherjee Pulok K., Mukherjee J, Sen T. Antimicrobial properties of Kalanchoe blossfeldiana: a focus on drug resistance with particular reference to quorum sensing-mediated bacterial biofilm formation Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmacology, 2015, 67, 951-962.
  48. Mukherjee Pulok K, Nema NK, Bhadra S, Mukherjee D, Braga FC, Matsabisa MG. Immunomodulatory leads from medicinal plants Indian Journal of Traditional Knowledge, 2014, 13, 235-254
  49. Chaudhary, S.K., De, A., Bhadra, S., Mukherjee, Pulok K. Angiotensin-converting enzyme (ACE) inhibition potential of standardized Mucuna pruriens seed extract Pharmaceutical biology, 2015; 53 (11):1614-20
  50. Harwansh RK, Mukherjee K, Bhadra S, Kar A, Bahadur S, Mitra A, Mukherjee Pulok K Cytochrome P450 inhibitory potential and RP-HPLC standardization of Trikatu - A Rasayana from Indian Ayurveda Journal of Ethnopharmacology, 2014, 153, 674–681
  51. Chanda, J., Mukherjee, Pulok K., Harwansh R., Bhadra, S., Chaudhary S.K., Choudhury, S. RP-HPLC simultaneous estimation of betulinic acid and ursolic acid inCarissa spinarum Natural Product Research, 2014; 28 (21): 1926-8
  52. Dalai, MK., Bhadra, S., Bandyopadhyay, A.,Mukherjee, Pulok K. Evaluation of anti-cholinesterase activity of the standardized extract of Piper betel L. leaf Orient Pharm Exp Med, 2014 14:31–35
  53. Dalai, MK., Bhadra, S., Chaudhary, S.K., Bandyopadhyay, A., Mukherjee, Pulok K. Anti-cholinesterase potential of Cinnamomum tamala (Buch- Ham) T. Nees & Eberm leaves Indian Journal of Traditional Knowledge, 2014, 13, 691-697
  54. Chaudhary SK, Mukherjee Pulok K, Maity N, Nema NK, Bhadra S, Saha BP Ocimum sanctum L. a potential angiotensin converting enzyme (ACE) inhibitor useful in hypertension Indian Journal of Natural Products and Resources, 2014, 5, 83-87.
  55. Mukherjee Pulok K, Bahadur, S., Harwansh R. K., Chaudhary, S.K. Shifting paradigm for validation of medicinal plants in Indian traditional medicine Indian drugs, 2014, 51, (08), 1-10.
  56. Mukherjee Pulok K, Nema NK, Maity N, Mukherjee K, Harwansh RK Phytochemical and therapeutic profile of Aloe vera Journal of Natural Remedies, 2014, 14, 1-26.
  57. Sarkar R, Chaudhary SK, Sharma A, Yadav KK, Nema NK, Sekhoacha M, Karmakar S, Braga FC, Matsabisa MG, Mukherjee Pulok K, Sen T Anti-biofilm activity of Marula – a study with the standardized bark extract Journal of Ethnopharmacology, 2014154, 170-5.
  58. Mukherjee Pulok K Ethnopharmacology and integrative medicine Journal of Ayurveda and Integrative Medicine, 2014, 1, 13-22.
  59. Bhattacharyya S, Majhi S, Saha BP, Mukherjee Pulok K Chlorogenic acid–phospholipid complex improve protection against UVA induced oxidative stress Journal of Photochemistry and Photobiology B: Biology, 2014, 130, 293–298
  60. Bhattacharyya S, Ahammed SKM, Saha BP, Mukherjee Pulok K The gallic acid–phospholipid complex improved the antioxidant potential of gallic acid by enhancing its bioavailability AAPS PharmSciTech, 2013, 14, 1025-1033
  61. Bhattacharyya S, Ahmmed SKM, Saha BP, Mukherjee Pulok K Soya phospholipid complex of mangiferin enhances its hepatoprotective activity by improving its bioavailability and pharmacokinetics Journal of the Science of Food and Agriculture, 2013, 94, 1380-8
  62. Dalai MK, Bhadra S, Bandyopadhyay A, Mukherjee Pulok K Evaluation of anti-cholinesterase activity of the standardized extract of Piper betel L. leaf Oriental Pharmacy and Experimental Medicine, 2013, 14, 31-35.
  63. Chaudhary SK, Maity N, Bhadra S, Nema NK, B. P. Saha. Mukherjee Pulok K Angiotensin Converting Enzyme inhibition activity from the essential oils of Indian spices Natural Product Communications, 2013, 8, 671 – 672
  64. Chaudhary SK, Mukherjee Pulok K, Maity N, De AK, Bhadra S, Saha BP Evaluation of Angiotensin converting enzyme inhibition and anti-oxidant activity of Piper longum L. Indian Journal of Traditional Knowledge, 2013, 12, 478-482
  65. Das S, Mukherjee H, Ahmed SKM, Haldar PK, Mandal AB, Mahapatra A, Mukherjee Pulok K, Chakraborti S, Chattopadhyay D Evaluation of an ethnomedicinal combination containing Semecarpus kurzii and Hernandia peltata used for the management of inflammation Pharmaceutical Biology, 2013, 51, 677-685
  66. Nema NK, Maity N, Sarkar BK, Mukherjee Pulok K Matrix metalloproteinase, Hyaluronidase & Elastase inhibitory potential of standardized extract of Centella asiatica (L.) Pharmaceutical Biology, 2013 51, 1182-1187
  67. Mukherjee, PulokK. Harwansh, R. K., Bahadur S, Standardization and chemo-profiling of herbal medicine through marker analysis Pharma Review, November-December, 2013
  68. Mukherjee H, Ojha D, Bag P, Chandel HS, Bhattacharyya S, Mukherjee Pulok K, Chattopadhyay D Anti-herpes virus activities of Achyranthes aspera: An Indian ethnomedicine, and its triterpene acid Microbiological Research, 2013, 168, 238–244
  69. Mukherjee Pulok K, Nema NK, Maity N, Sarkar BK Phytochemical and therapeutic potential of Cucumber. Fitoterapia, 2013, 84, 227–236
  70. Mukherjee Pulok K, Nema NK, Venkatesh P, Debnath PK Changing scenario for promotion and development of Ayurveda - way forward Journal of Ethnopharmacology, 2012, 143, 424-434.
  71. Maity N, Nema NK, Sarkar BK, Mukherjee Pulok K Standardized Clitoria ternatea leaf extract as Hyaluronidase, Elastase and Matrix-metalloproteinase-1 inhibitor Indian Journal of Pharmacology, 2012, 44, 584-587.
  72. Nema NK, Maity N, Sarkar BK, Mukherjee Pulok K Determination of trace and heavy metals in some commonly used medicinal herbs in Ayurveda Toxicology and Industrial Health, 2014, 30: 964-968.
  73. Chaudhary SK, Mukherjee Pulok K, Nema NK, Bhadra S, Saha BP ACE inhibition activity of standardized extract and fractions of Terminalia bellerica. Oriental Pharmacy & Experimental Medicine 2012, 12, 273–277.
  74. Gantait A, Maji A, Barman T, Banerji P, Venkatesh P, Mukherjee Pulok K Estimation of capsaicin through scanning densitometry and evaluation of different varieties of capsicum in India Natural Product Research 2012, 26, 216-222
  75. Pandit S, Mukherjee Pulok K. Mukherjee K, Gajbhiye R, Venkatesh M, Ponnusankar S, Bhadra S Cytochrome P450 inhibitory potential of selected Indian spices-possible food drug interaction Food Research International, 2012, 45, 69–74
  76. Bhadra S, Mukherjee Pulok K, Bandyopadhyay A Cholinesterase inhibition activity of Marsilea quadrifolia Linn. an edible leafy vegetable from West Bengal, India Natural Product Research, 2012, 26, 1519-1522
  77. Maity N, Nema NK, Mythies K. Sellamuthu, Sarkar BK, Mukherjee Pulok K Simultaneous estimation of hydroxychavicol and chlorogenic acid from Piper betel L. through RP-HPLC Natural Product Research, 2012 , 26, 1939–1941
  78. Mukherjee Pulok K, Maity N, Nema NK, Sarkar BK Bioactive compounds from natural resources against skin aging. Phytomedicine, 2011, 9, 64-73.
  79. Mukherjee Pulok K, Ponnusankar S, Pandit S, Hazam PK, Ahmmed M, Mukherjee K. Botanicals as medicinal food and their effects on drug metabolizing enzymes Food & Chemical Toxicology, 2011,49, 3142-53.
  80. Nurul IM, Mizuguchi H, Shahriar M, Venkatesh P, Maeyama K, Mukherjee Pulok K, Hattori M, Choudhari S, Takeda N, Fukui H Albizia lebbeck suppresses histamine signaling by the inhibition of histamine H 1 receptor and histidine decarboxylase gene transcriptions International Immunopharmacology 2011, 11, 1766-1772
  81. Gantait A, Barman T, Mukherjee Pulok K Validated method for estimation of curcumin in turmeric powder Indian Journal of Traditional Knowledge, 2011, 10, 247-250
  82. Maity N, Nema NK, Abedy MK, Sarkar BK, Mukherjee Pulok K Exploring Tagetes erecta Linn flower for the elastase, hyaluronidase and MMP-1inhibitory activity Journal of Ethnopharmacology, 2011, 137, 1300– 1305
  83. Mukherjee Pulok K, Ponnusankar S, Venkatesh P Synergy in herbal medicinal products: Concept to realization Indian Journal of Pharmaceutical Education and Research, 2011, 45, 210 -217
  84. Pandit S, Bandyopadhyay A, Ponnusankar S, Ota S, Mukherjee Pulok K Exploring the possible metabolism mediated interaction of Glycyrrhiza glabra extract with CYP3A4 and CYP2D6 Phytotherapy Research, 2011 25, 1429-1434
  85. Pandit S, Mukherjee Pulok K, Gantait A, Ponnusankar S, Bhadra S Quantification of ?-asarone in Acorus calamus by validated HPTLC densitometric method Journal of Planar Chromatography - Modern TLC, 2011, 24, 541-544
  86. Venkatesh P, Mukherjee Pulok K, Pal BC Acridanone alkaloid in Baliospermum montanum – evaluation of its effect against anaphylaxis Planta Medica, 2011, 77, 1–3
  87. Mukherjee K, Venkatesh M, Venkatesh P, Saha BP, Mukherjee Pulok K Effect of soy phosphatidyl choline on the bioavailability and nutritional health benefits of resveratrol. Food Research International, 2011, 44, 1088-1093.
  88. Nema NK, Maity N, Sarkar BK, Mukherjee Pulok K Cucumis sativus fruit-potential antioxidant, anti-hyaluronidase, and anti-elastase agent Arch of Dermatology Research, 2011, 303, 247-52.
  89. Ponnusankar S, Pandit S, Babu R, Bandyopadhyay A, Mukherjee Pulok K Cytochrome P 450 inhibitory potential of triphla-a rasayana from Ayurveda Journal of Ethnopharmacology, 2011, 133, 120-125
  90. Ponnusankar S, Pandit S, Venkatesh M, Bandyopadhyay A, Mukherjee Pulok K Cytochrome P450 inhibition assay for standardized extract of Terminalia chebula Retz. Phytotherapy Rresearch,2011, 25, 151–154.
  91. Mukherjee Pulok K, Ponnusankar S, Venkatesh P, Gantait A, Pal BC Marker profiling: An approach for quality evaluation of Indian Medicinal Plants Drug Information Journal, 2011, 45, 1-14.
  92. Mukherjee Pulok K, Kumar SN, Venkatesh P, Venkatesh M Lead finding for acetyl cholinesterase inhibitors from natural origin: structure activity relationship and scope Mini Reviews in Medicinal Chemistry, 2011, 11, 247-262.
  93. Bhadra S, Mukherjee Pulok K, Kumar NS, Bandyopadhyay A Anticholinesterase activity of standardized extract of Illicium verum Hook. f. fruits Fitoterapia, 2011, 82, 342-346.
  94. Pandit S, Mukherjee Pulok K, Ponnusankar S, Venkatesh M, Srikanth N Metabolism mediated interaction of ?- asarone and Acorus calamus with CYP3A4 and CYP2D6 Fitoterapia, 2011, 82, 369-74.
  95. Pandit S, Kumar M, Ponnusankar S, Pal BC, Mukherjee Pulok K RP-HPLC-DAD for simulataneous estimation of Mahanine and Mahanambine in Murraya Koenigii Biomedical Chromatography 2011, 25, 959-962.
  96. Maiti K, Mukherjee K, Venkatesh M, Saha BP, Mukherjee Pulok K Enhancing bioavailability and hepatoprotective activity of andrographolide from Andrographis paniculata, a well-known medicinal food, through its herbosome Journal of Science and Food Agriculture, 2010, 90, 43–51.
  97. Venkatesh P, Mukherjee P, Mukherjee Pulok K, Bandyopadhyay A, Mizuguchi H, Fukui H Potential of Baliospermum montanum against compound 48/80 induced systemic anaphylaxis in mice Pharmaceutical Biology, 2010, 48, 1213-1217.
  98. Mukherjee Pulok K, Venkatesh P, Ponnusankar S Ethnopharmacology and integrative medicine – Let the history tell the future Journal of Ayurveda and Integrative Medicine, 2010, 1, 100-109
  99. A. Gantait, S. Pandit. Nema NK, Mukherjee Pulok K Quantification of glycyrrhizin in Glycyrrhiza glabra extract by validated HPTLC densitometry Journal of AOAC International, 2010, 93, 492-495
  100. Gantait A, Roy P, Nema NK, Dutta PK, Mukherjee Pulok K A validated method for standardization of the bark of Clerodendron serratum Natural Product Communication, 2010, 5, 863-866
  101. Gantait A, Sahu A, Venkatesh P, Dutta PK, Mukherjee Pulok K Isolation of Taraxerol from Coccinia grandis, and Its standardization Journal of Planar Chromatography, 2010, 23, 323–325
  102. Mukherjee D, Kumar NS, Khatua T, Mukherjee Pulok K Rapid validated HPTLC method for estimation of Betulinic acid in Nelumbo nucifera (Nympahaeaceae) rhizome extract Phytochemical Analysis, 2010, 21, 556-560
  103. Mukherjee D, Khatua TN, Venkatesh P, Saha BP, Mukherjee Pulok K Immunomodulatory potential of rhizome and seed extracts of Nelumbo nucifera Gaertn Journal of Ethnopharmacology, 2010, 128, 490-494.
  104. Mukherjee D, Biswas A, Bhadra S, Venkatesh P, Biswas T, Saha BP, Mukherjee Pulok K Exploring the potential of Nelumbo nucifera rhizome on membrane stabilization, mast cell protection, nitric oxide synthesis and expression of co-stimulatory molecules Immunopharmacology and Immunotoxicology, 2010, 32, 466-472.
  105. Mukherjee Pulok K, Venkatesh P, Venkatesh M, Ponnusa S, Khan Y Strategies for revitalization of traditional medicine Chinese Herbal Medicines, 2010, 2, 1-15.
  106. Kumar NS, Mukherjee Pulok K, Bhadra S, Saha BP, Pal BC Acetylcholinesterase inhibitory potential of a carbazole alkaloid, mahanimbine, from M.koenigi Phytotherapy Research, 2010, 24, 629-631.
  107. Kumar NS, Mukherjee Pulok K, Bhadra S, Saha BP Acetylcholinesterase enzyme inhibitory potential of standardized extract of Trigonella foenum graecum L and its constituents Phytomedicine, 2010, 17, 292-295.
  108. Venkatesh P, Mukherjee Pulok K, Kumar NS, Bandyopadhyay A, Fukui H, Mizuguchi H, Islam N Anti-allergic activity of standardized extract of Albizia lebbeck with reference to catechin as a phytomarker Immunopharmacology and Immunotoxicology 2010, 32, 272-276.
  109. Mukherjee Pulok K, Saravanan S, Nema NK Herbs from the Himalayas-enumeration of the ethno medicinal plants Journal of Hill Reserch 2009, 22, 50-67.
  110. Sahoo AK, Narayanan N, Kumar NS, Rajan S, Mukherjee Pulok K Phytochemical and therapeutic potentials of Morinda tinctoria Roxb. (Indian mulberry) Oriental Pharmacy and Experimental Medicine 2009, 2, 101-105
  111. Venkatesh P, Mukherjee Pulok K, Kumar NS, Nema NK,Bandyopadhyay A, Fukui H, Mizuguchi H Mast cell stabilization and antihistaminic potentials of Curculigo orchioides rhizomes J. Ethnopharmacology 2009, 126, 434-436.
  112. Maiti K, Mukherjee K, Venkatesh M, Mukherjee Pulok K Exploring the effect of Hesperetin-HSPC complex - a novel drug delivery system on the in-vitro release, therapeutic efficacy and pharmacokinetics AAPS PharmSciTech, 2009, 10, 943-950.
  113. Mukherjee Pulok K, Sahoo AK, Narayanan N, Kumar NS, Pousankar S Lead finding from medicinal plants with hepatoprotective potentials Expert Opinion on Drug Discovery, 2009, 4, 545-576.
  114. Venkatesh M, Maiti K, Mukherjee K, Mukherjee Pulok K Enhanced oral bioavailability and antioxidant profile of Ellagic acid by phospholipids Journal of Agricultural & Food Chemistry, 2009, 57, 4559–4565.
  115. Mukherjee Pulok K, Venkatesh M, Maiti K, Mukherjee K, Saha BP Value Added Herbal Drug Delivery Systems - Perspectives and Developments Indian Journal of Pharmaceutical Education and Research,2009, 43, 329-337.
  116. Mukherjee Pulok K, Mukherjee D, Maji AK, Rai S, Heinrich M The sacred lotus Nelumbo nucifera – Phytochemical and Therapeutic Profile Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmacology, 2009, 61, 407–422.
  117. Kumar V, Mukherjee K, Kumar S, Mal M, Mukherjee Pulok K Validation of HPTLC method for the analysis of taraxerol in Clitoria ternatea Phytochemical Analysis, 2008, 19, 244-250.
  118. Mukherjee Pulok K, Kumar NS, Heinrich M Plant Made Pharmaceuticals (PMPs) - Development of Natural Health Products from Bio-Diversity Indian Journal of Pharmaceutical Education & Research, 2008, 42, 113-121.
  119. Sahoo AK, Narayanan N, Rajan S, Mukherjee Pulok K A Flavonoid Glycoside from the Leaves of Morinda tinctoria Natural Product Communication, 2008, 3, 1495-1496.
  120. Mukherjee Pulok K, Ponnusankar S, Bhadra S, Pandit S, Venkatesh M Confluencing Strategies for the Development of Botanicals The Pharma Review, 2008,12, 114-125.
  121. Mukherjee Pulok K, Rai S, Bhattacharya S, Wahile A, Saha BP Marker analysis of polyherbal formulation, Triphala-A well known Indian Traditional Medicine Indian Journal of Traditional knowledge, 2008, 7, 379-383.
  122. Mukherjee Pulok K, Kumar V, Kumar NS, Heinrich M The Ayurvedic medicine Clitoria ternatea - from traditional use to scientific assessment Journal of Ethnopharmacology, 2008, 120, 291-301.
  123. Mukherjee Pulok K, Kumar SN, Heinrich M Plant Made Pharmaceuticals (PMPs) - Development of Natural Health Products from Bio-Diversity Indian Journal of Pharmaceutical Education & Research, 42(2), 2008, 113-121.
  124. Raja S, Ahamed KFH, Kumar V, Mukherjee K, Bandyopadhyay A, Mukherjee Pulok K Antioxidant effect of Cytisus scoparius against carbon tetrachloride treated liver injury in rats Journal of Ethnopharmacology, 2007, 109, 41–47.
  125. Maiti K, Mukherjee K, Gantait A, Saha BP, Mukherjee Pulok K Curcumin-phospholipid complex: Preparation, therapeutic evaluation and pharmacokinetic study in rats International Journal of Pharmaceutics, 2007, 330, 155-163.
  126. Ponnusankar S, Venkatesh P, Venkatesh M, Mandal SC, Mukherjee Pulok K. Herbal drug require Pharmacovigilance study – need and reality Pharma Review, December 2007, 6 , 31,113-120
  127. Mukherjee Pulok K, Kumar V, Mal M, Houghton PJ In vitro acetylcholinesterase inhibitory activity of essential oil and its main constituents of Acorus calamus Planta Medica, 2007, 73, 285-288.
  128. Mukherjee Pulok K, Ahamed N, Kumar V, Mukherjee K, Houghton PJ Protective effect of biflavones from Araucaria bidwillii Hook in rat cerebral ischemia/reperfusion induced oxidative stress Behavioural Brain Research, 2007, 178, 221-228. Impact factor: 3.002
  129. Rajan S, Sethuraman M, Mukherjee Pulok K, Badami S Anti implantation activity of Schleichera oleosa [Lour] and Tephrosia pupurea [L] in female albino rats Geobios, 2007, 34, 153-156.
  130. Mukherjee Pulok K, Kumar V, Mal M, Houghton PJ Acetyl cholinesterase inhibitors from plants Phytomedicine, 2007, 14, 289-300.
  131. Mukherjee Pulok K, Kumar V, Mal M, Houghton PJ Acorus calamus – scientific validation of Ayurvedic tradition from natural resources Pharmaceutical Biology 2007, 45, 651-666.
  132. Mukherjee Pulok K, Kumar V, Houghton PJ Screening of Indian medicinal plants for acetyl cholinesterase inhibitory activity Phytotherapy Research, 2007, 21, 1142-1145
  133. Mukherjee Pulok K, Rai S, Kumar V, Mukherjee K, Hylands PJ, Hider RC Plants of Indian origin in Drug discovery Expert opinion in Drug Discovery, Informa Health Care, UK. 2007, 2, 633-657.
  134. Mukherjee Pulok K, Venkatesh M, Kumar V An overview on the development in regulation and control of medicinal and aromatic plants in the Indian system of medicine Boletín Latinoamericanl del Caribe de Plantas Medicinales y Aromáticas, 2007, 6, 129 –136.
  135. Mukherjee Pulok K, Wahile A, Kumar V, Rai S, Mukherjee K Marker Profiling for A Few Botanicals used for hepatoprotection in Indian System of Medicine Drug Information Journal, 2006, 40, 131-139
  136. Rai S, Wahile A, Mukherjee K, Saha BP, Mukherjee Pulok K Antioxidant activity of Nelumbo Nucifera (Sacred Lotus) seeds Journal of Ethnopharmacology, 2006, 104, 322–327.
  137. Mukherjee Pulok K, Rai S, Bhattacharyya S, Debnath PK, Biswas TK, Jana U, Pandit S, Saha BP, Paul PK Clinical study of ‘Triphala’ – A Well known Phytomedicine from India Iranian Journal of Pharmacology & Therapeutics, 2006, 5, 51-54
  138. Mukherjee Pulok K, Wahile A Integrated approaches towards drug development from Ayurveda and other Indian System of Medicines Journal of Ethnopharmacology, Elsevier Science, Ireland 2006,103, 25-35.
  139. Raja S, Haja NA, Venkatesan K, Mukherjee K, Saha BP, Bandyopadhyay A Mukherjee Pulok K Cytisus scoparius link- A natural antioxidant BMC Complementary and Alternative Medicine, 2006, 6, 8
  140. Maiti K, Gantait A, Mukherjee K, Saha BP, Mukherjee Pulok K Therapeutic Potentials of Andrographolide from Andrographis paniculata: A review Journal of Natural Remedies, India, 2006, 6, 1-13.
  141. Mukherjee Pulok K, Maiti K, Mukherjee K, Houghton PJ Leads from Indian medicinal plants with hypoglycemic potentials Journal of Ethnopharmacology, 2006, 106, 1-28.
  142. Maiti K, Mukherjee K, Gantait A, Saha BP, Mukherjee Pulok K Enhanced therapeutic potential of naringenin–phospholipid complex in rats J. Pharmacy and Pharmacology, 2006, 58, 1227–1233.
  143. RaiS, Mukherjee K, Mal M, Wahile A, Saha BP, Mukherjee Pulok K Determination of 6-gingerol in ginger (Zingiber officinale) using high-performance thin-layer chromatography J. Separation Science, 2006; 29, 2292-5.
  144. Ahamed KFHN, Kumar V, Manikandan L, Wahile AM, Mukherjee K, Saha BP, Mukherjee Pulok K Brine shrimp lethality and cytotoxicity assay of Araucaria bidwillii Hook. in human carcinoma cell lines Oriental Pharmacy and Experimental Medicine, Korea, 2005, 5, 21-28.
  145. Raja S, Ahamed KFHN, Mukherjee K, Bandyopadhyay A, Mukherjee Pulok K Antioxidant potential of Aerial part of Asclepias curassavica. Linn (Family –Asclepiadaceae) Journal of Oriental Pharmacy and Experimental Medicine (OPEM), 2005, 5, 92-99.
  146. Mukherjee K, Maiti K, Gantait A, Ahamed KFHN, Saha BP, Mukherjee Pulok K Enhanced therapeutic benefit of quercetin phospholipids complex in carbon tetra chloride induced acute liver injury in rats Iranian Journal of Pharmacology and Therapeutics, 2005, 4, 84-90.
  147. Rai S, Mal M, Wahile A, Mukherjee Pulok K Therapeutic potentials and untoward effects of Piper betle Journal of Oriental Pharmacy and Experimental Medicine (OPEM), 2005 5, 272-282.
  148. Raja S, Ahamed HN, Kumar V, Mukherjee K, Bandyopadhyay A, Mukherjee Pulok K Exploring the Effect of Asclepias curassavica on markers of oxidative stress in rats Evidence Based Integrative Medicine 2005, 2, 87-89.
  149. Tamizhmani T, Mukherjee Pulok K, Manimaran S, Subburaju T, Suresh B Antimicribial potential of certain Medicinal plants available in western ghats of India Hamdard Medicus 2005, 3, 66-70.
  150. Mukherjee Pulok K, Kumar MR, Mukherjee K, Saha BP Evaluation of wound healing activity of some herbal formulations Phytotherapy Research 2003, 17, 265-268.
  151. Banerjee SK, Mukherjee Pulok K, Maulik SK Garlic as an Antioxidant: the Good, the Bad and the Ugly Phytotherapy Research 2003, 17, 97-106.
  152. Mukherjee Pulok K Exploring Botanicals in Indian System of Medicine – Regulatory Perspectives Clinical Research and Regulatory Affairs J. 2003, 20, 249-263, Marcel Dekker Inc.
  153. Mukherjee Pulok K, Verpoorte R Phytobiotechnology in the Development of Herbal Drug Indian J. Pharmaceutical Education, 2003, 37, 187-198.
  154. Vijayan P, Kumar SV, Mukherjee Pulok K, Suresh B In vitro cytotoxicity and antitumour properties of Hypericum mysorense and Hypericum patulum Phytotherapy Research, 2003, 17, 952-956.
  155. Mukherjee Pulok K, Wahile A, Ahmed AFHN, Rajan S Hypericum source of natural antimicrobials Oriental Pharmacy and Experimental Medicine, Korea, 2003, 3, 111-122.
  156. Mukherjee K, Saha BP, Mukherjee Pulok K Psychopharmacological Profiles of Leucas lavandulaefolia Rees Phytotherapy Research, 2002, 16, 696-699.Impact factor: 3.092
  157. Mukherjee Pulok K, Saritha GS, Suresh B Antimicrobial potentials of two different Hypericum species available in India Phytotherapy Research, 2002, 16, 692-695.Impact factor: 3.092
  158. Mukherjee K, Saha BP, Mukherjee Pulok K Evaluation of antipyretic potential of Leucas lavandulaefolia (Labiatae) aerial part extract Phytotherapy Research, 2002, 16, 686-688. Impact factor: 3.092
  159. Rajan S, Sethuraman M, Mukherjee Pulok K Ethnobiology of the Nilgiri Hills, India Phytotherapy Research, 2002, 16, 98-116. Impact factor: 3.092
  160. Mukherjee Pulok K Problems and prospects for the GMP in herbal drugs in Indian Systems of Medicine Drug Information Journal, 2002, 63, 6635-644.
  161. Pulok K. Mukherjee Phytopharmacology in the Evaluation of Herbal Drugs Journal of Pharmaceutical Research, 2002, 1, 2, 45-54
  162. Mukherjee Pulok K, Mukherjee K, Lokkerbol ACJH, Verpoorte R, Suresh B Flavonoid content of Eupatorium glandulosum and Colebroke oppositifolia Journal of Natural Remedies, 1, 2001, 21-24.
  163. Mukherjee Pulok K, Saritha GS, Suresh B Antibacterial spectrum of Hypericum hookerianum Fitoterapia, 2001, 72, 558-560.
  164. Mukherjee Pulok K, Suresh B, Verpoorte R CNS active potentials of some Hypericum Species of India Phytomedicine, 2001, 8, 331-337.
  165. Mukherjee Pulok K Evaluation of Indian Traditional Medicine Drug Information J., 2001, 35, 623-631.
  166. Mukherjee Pulok K, Verpoorte R, Suresh B Evaluation of in vivo Wound healing Activity of Hypericum patulum (Family- Hypericaceae) Leaf Extract on Different Wound Models in Rats J. Ethnopharmacology, 2000, 70, 315-321.
  167. Sinha S, Mukherjee Pulok K, Mukherjee K, Pal M, Saha BP Evaluation of antipyretic potential of Nelumbo nucifera stalk extract Phytotherapy Research, 2000, 14, 272-274.
  168. Mukherjee Pulok K, Suresh B The evaluation of wound healing potential of Hypericum hookerianum leaf and stem extract J. Alternative and Complementary Medicine, 6, 2000, 61-69.
  169. Murugesan T, Ghosh L, Mukherjee Pulok K., Pal M, Saha BP Evaluation of antitussive potential of Jussiaea sufforticosa Linn. extract in albino mice Phytotherapy Research, 14, 2000, 541-542.
  170. Mukherjee Pulok K, Suresh B Studies on in vivo wound healing activity of leaf extract of Hypericum mysorense with different wound models in rats Natural Product Science, 6, 2000, 73-78.
  171. Bhakta T, Mukherjee Pulok K, Saha K, Pal M, Saha BP Evaluation of anti-inflammatory effects of Cassia fistula (Leguminosae) J. Herbs, Spices & Medicinal Plants, 1999, 6, 67-72.
  172. Mukherjee Pulok K, Gunasekharan R, SP, Duraswami B, Elango K, Suresh B Studies on antibacterial potential of Crptostegia grandiflora R. Br. (Asclepiadaceae) extract Phytotherapy Research, 1999, 13, 70-72
  173. Mukherjee Pulok K, Saha K, Mandal SC, Pal M, Saha BP Screening of anti-diarrhoeal profiles of some plant extracts of a specific region of West Bengal, India J. Ethnopharmacology, 1998, 60, 85-89.
  174. Bhakta T, Mukherjee Pulok K, Mukherjee K, Pal M, Saha BP Studies on Antitussive Activity of Cassia fistula (Leguminosae) Leaf Extract J. Pharmaceutical Biology 1998, 36, 140-14.
  175. Bhakta T, Mukherjee Pulok K, Mukherjee K, Saha BP, Pal M Studies on in vivo wound healing activity of Cassia fistula leaf extract Natural Product Science, 1998, 4, 84-87.
  176. Mukherjee Pulok K, Mukherjee K, Bhattacharya S, Saha BP, Pal M Studies on the anti-inflammatory effects of Drymaria cordata Willd Natural Product Sciences, 1998, 4(2), 91-94.
  177. Mukherjee Pulok K, Gopal TK, Subburaju T, Dhanbal SP, Duraswami B, Elango K, Suresh B Studies on the anti-diarrhoeal profiles of Bauhinia purpurea Linn leaves (Fam. Caesalpiniaceae) extract Natural Product Sciences, 1998, 4(4), 234-237.
  178. Maity TK, Mandal SC, Mukherjee Pulok K, Saha K, Das J, Pal M, Saha BP Studies on anti-inflammatory effect of Cassia tora leaf extract(Fam. Leguminosae) Phytotherapy Research, 1998, 12(3), 221-223.
  179. Mukherjee Pulok K, Saha K, Bhattacharya S, Giri SN, Pal M, Saha BP Antibacterial evaluation of Drymaria cordata Willd (Family - Caryophyllaceae) extract Phytotherapy Research, 1997, 11, 249-250.
  180. Mukherjee Pulok K, Saha K, Das J, Pal M and Saha BP Studies on the Anti-inflammatory Activity of Rhizomes of Nelumbo nucifera Planta Medica, 1997, 63, 367-369.
  181. Mukherjee Pulok K, Saha K, Bhattacharya S, Giri SN, Pal M, Saha BP Studies on Antitussive Activity of Drymaria cordata Willd (Carryophyllaceae) J. Ethnopharmacology, 1997, 56, 77-80.
  182. Saha K, Mukherjee Pulok K, Das J, Pal M, Saha BP Wound healing Activity of Leucas lavandulaefolia Rees J. Ethnopharmacology, 1997, 56, 139-144
  183. Saha K, Mukherjee Pulok K, Murugesan T, Saha BP, Pal M Studies on in vivo antitussive activity of Leucas lavandulaefolia using a cough model induced by Sulfur dioxide gas in mice J. Ethnopharmacology, 1997, 57, 89-92.
  184. Mandal SC, Mukherjee Pulok K, Das J, Saha K, Pal M, Saha BP Hypoglycaemic activity of Ficus recemosa Linn. (Fam. Moraceae) leaves in Streptozotocin induced diabetic rats Natural Product Sciences, 1997, 3, 38-41.
  185. Mandal SC, Mukherjee Pulok K, Saha K, Saha BP, Pal M Antidiarrhoeal evaluation of Ficus recemosa leaf extract Natural Product Sciences, 1997, 3, 100-103.
  186. Saha K, Mukherjee Pulok K, Pal M, Saha BP Medicinal properties and chemical constituents of Leucas lavandulaefolia Rees, A review J. Medicinal and Aromatic Plants, 1997, 19, 1045-1048.
  187. Saha K. Mukherjee Pulok K, Das J, Mandal SC, Pal M, Saha BP Hypoglycaemic activity of Leucas lavandulaefolia Rees in streptozotocin induced diabetic rats Phytotherapy Research 1997, 11, 463-465.
  188. Mukherjee Pulok K, Saha K, Pal M, B. P. Saha Effect of Nelumbo nucifera Rhizomes extract on blood sugar level in rats Journal of Ethnopharmacology, 1997, 58, 207-213.
  189. Maity TK, Mandal SC, Mukherjee Pulok K, Saha K, Saha BP, Das J, M.Pal Evaluation of hepatoprotective potential of Cassia tora leaf extract Natural Product Science, 1997, 3, 122-126.
  190. Bhakta T, Mukherjee Pulok K, Saha K, Saha BP, Pal M Hypoglycaemic activity of Cassia fistula Linn (Leguminosae) Leaf (Methanol Extract) in Alloxen-induced Diabetic Rats Journal of Ethnobotany, 1997, 9, 35-38.
  191. Mandal SC, Mukherjee Pulok K, Saha K, Das J, Pal M, Saha BP Hypoglycemic activity of Ficus recemosa L. (Moraceae) Leaves in Streptozotocin-induced diabetic Rats Natural Product Sciences, 1997, 3, 38-41.
  192. Mukherjee Pulok K, Das J, Saha K, Pal M, Saha BP Diuretic activity of the Rhizomes of Nelumbo nucifera Gaertn (Fam. Nymphaeaceae) Phytotherapy Research, 1996, 10, 424-425.Impact factor: 3.092
  193. Mukherjee Pulok K, Saha K, Balasubramanian R, Pal M, Saha BP Studies on the Psychopharmacological effects of Nelumbo nucifera Gaertn Rhizome extract Journal of Ethnopharmacology, 1996, 54, 63-67.Impact Factor: 3.414
  194. Mukherjee Pulok K, Saha K, Das J, Giri SN, Pal M, Saha BP Studies on Antipyretic Activity of Nelumbo nucifera Rhizome Extract Indian J. Experimental Biology, 1996, 82, 274-276.
  195. Mukherjee Pulok K, Giri SN, Saha K, Pal M, Saha BP Pharmaceutical Application of Starch Obtained from Rhizome of Nelumbo nucifera Gaertn (Fam. Nymphaeaceae) Indian J. Pharmaceutical Sciences, 1996, Vol. 58(2), pp. 59-66.
  196. Pal SK, Mukherjee Pulok K, Saha K, Pal M, Saha BP Studies on some Psycho-pharmacological Actions of Moringa oleifera Lam. (Moringaceae) Leaf Extract Phytotherapy research, 1996, 10, 402-405.
  197. Mukherjee Pulok K, Saha K, Das J, Pal M, Saha BP Antifungal Screening of Cassia tora Linn (Fam. Leguminosae) Phytotherapy Research, 1996, 10, 521-522.
  198. Mukherjee Pulok K, M. R Kumar, Saha K, Giri SN, Pal M, Saha BP Preparation and Evaluation of Tincture of Gymnema Sylvestre (Family Asclepiadaceae) by Physico-chemical, Thin layer Chromatographic and Spectroscopic Characteristics Journal of Scientific and Industrial Research, 1996, 55, 178-181.
  199. Mukherjee Pulok K, Saha K, Perumal P, Pal SK, Pal M, Saha BP Preparation and Evaluation of Tincture of Leucas Lavandulaefolia Ress. (Family Labiatae) by Co-chemical and Thin layer Chromatographic Characteristics Journal of Scientific and Industrial Research, 1996, 55, 286-288.
  200. Mukherjee Pulok K, Balasubramanian R, Das J, Saha K, Pal M, Saha BP Preparation and Evaluation of a Herbal Uterine Tonic Phytotherapy Research, 1996, 10, 619-621.
  201. Pal SK. Mukherjee Pulok K, Saha K, Pal M, Saha BP Some Pharmacognostical Characteristics of Moringa oleifera Lam. Leaves Ancient Science of Life, 1996, 15, 288-292.
  202. Mandol SC, Mukherjee Pulok K, Pal M, Saha BP Some Pharmacognostical Characteristics of Asparagus recemosus Willd Roots Ancient Science of Life, 1996, 15, 282-285.
  203. Mukherjee Pulok K, Balasubramanian R, Saha K, Pal M, Saha BP A Review of Nelumbo nucifera Gaertn Ancient Science of Life, 1996, 15, 268-276.
  204. Saha K, Mukherjee Pulok K, Das J, Mandal SC, Saha BP, Pal M Anti-inflammatory Evaluation of Leucas lavandulaefolia Rees Extract Natural Product Sciences, Korea, 1996, 2, 119-122.
  205. Chowdhury RS, Mukherjee Pulok K, Pal M, Gupta BK Preparation and evaluation of oral controlled-released multiple emulsion system of Naproxen Research and Industry, 1995, 40, 99-101.
  206. Pal SK, Mukherjee Pulok K, Pal M, Saha BP Estimation of Embeline in Embelia ribes Burm.(Fam. Myrsinaceae) Leaf and in formulation by Spectrophotometric method Research and Industry, 1995, 40, 118-120.
  207. Saha K, Mukherjee Pulok K, Mandal SC, Pal M, Saha BP Antibacterial activity of Leucas lavandulaefolia Rees. (Labiatae) Indian Drugs, 1995, 32, 402-402.
  208. Mukherjee Pulok K, Venkatesan M, Saha K, Bhattacharya S, Pal M, Saha BP Preparation and characterization of Tincture of Drymaria cordata Willed (Family- Caryophyllaceae) by Co-chemical Characteristics Research and Industry, 1995, 40, 97-98.Impact factor:0.735
  209. Mukherjee Pulok K, Bhakta T, Saha BP, Pal S, Pal M, Das AK Studies on anticholesterolmic activity of a fraction of Azadirachta indica leaf extrct in rats Ancient Science of Life, 1995, 3, 150-153.
  210. Pal SK, Mukherjee Pulok K, Saha BP Studies on the anti-ulcer activity of Moringa oleifera leaf extract on gastric ulcer models in rats Phytotherapy Research, 1995, 9, 463-465.Impact factor: 3.092
  211. Pal SK, Mukherjee Pulok K, Saha K, Pal M, Saha BP Antimicrobial action of the leaf extract of Moringa oleifera Lam Ancient Science of Life, 1995, 14, 197-199.
  212. Mukherjee Pulok K, Das J, Balasubramanian R, Saha K, Pal M, Saha BP Antidiarrhoeal evaluation of Nelumbo nucifera Rhizome extract Indian J. Pharmacology, 1995, 27, 262-264.
  213. Mukherjee Pulok K, Balasubramanian R, Saha K, Pal M, Saha BP Antibacterial efficiency of Nelumbo nucifera (Nymphaeaceae) Rhizome extract Indian Drugs, 1995, 32, 274-276.
  214. Mukherjee Pulok K, Giri SN, Saha K, Pal M, Saha BP Antifungal screening of Nelumbo nucifera (Nymphaeaceae) Rhizome extract Indian J. Microbiology, 1995, 35, 320-327
  215. Mukherjee Pulok K, Giri SN, Saha K, Pal M, Saha BP Isolation, estimation and characterization of starch from rhizome of Nelumbo nucifera Gaertn. (Fam. Nymphaeaceae) Indian Drugs, 1995, 32, 392-397.
  216. Mukherjee Pulok K, Pal SK, Saha K, Saha BP Hypoglycemic activity of Nelumbo nucifera Rhizome (Methanolic Extract) In streptozotocin induced diabetic Rats Phytotherapy Research, 1995, 9, 522-524.
  217. Mukherjee Pulok K, Bhakta T, Saha BP, Pal S, Pal M, Das AK Protective effect of fraction of Azadirachta indica leaf extract on carbon tetrachloride induced hepatotoxicity Ancient Science of Life, 1994, 14, 71-76.
  218. Pal SK, Mukherjee Pulok K, Saha BP Co-chemical and Thin-layer Chromatographic characterization of the trepared tincture of Moringa oleifera Lam. (Fam. Moringaceae) Research and Industry, 1994, 39, 191-193.
  219. Pal SK, Mukherjee Pulok K, Saha BP, Pal M Studies on pH, total solid content and colour of tinctures of Embelia ribes Burm. (F. Myrsinaceae) prepared by different strengths of alcohol Research and Industry, 1994, 39, 253-254.
  220. Pal SK, Mukherjee Pulok K, Saha BP Characterization of tinctures prepared from plant and animal resources by co-chemical and thin layer chromatographic behaviour Research and Industry, 1994, 39, 16-17.
  221. Mukherjee Pulok K, S.K. Pal, Saha BP Studies on some co-chemical properties of tincture of Nelumbo nucifera Gaertn (Fam. Nymphaeaceae) Research and Industry, 1993, 38, 264-265.

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Projects Ongoing and Completed: 37

(A). Ongoing EMR Projects: 06
(B). Projects Completed: 31

  • Department of Biotechnology (DBT), Govt. of India, New Delhi (DBT), DBT-AYUSH Subnetwork project entitled “Studies on anti-SARS-CoV-2 …….cell culture model of virus infection”(2020)
  • Department of Biotechnology (DBT), Govt. of India, New Delhi, Project entitled “Phytopharmaceutical …….for post kala-azar Dermal leishmaniasis (PKDL)” (2019)
  • Science & Engineering Research Board (SERB), Department of Science and Technology, New Delhi, Project entitled “Medicinal plants …….. Therapeutic Evaluation” (2018)
  • National Medicinal Plants Board, Ministry of AYUSH, New Delhi “Development of sensor probes …….. using Near Infrared Spectroscopy”. (2018)
  • Department of Science and Technology (DST), New Delhi, Project entitled “Investigation of traditional medicines ……. neurodegenerative Disease”. (2017)
  • Emami Ltd., Kolkata, Project entitled “Development and evaluation ….. Ayurvedic importance”.(2016) 

International and National invited scientific lectures: 191

    (A) International Invited Lectures: 45
    (B) National Invited Lectures: 146

PhD. and Post Graduate studies (M. Pharm) supervised [completed/ongoing]: 66

    (A) Ph.D. supervised (Completed / ongoing): 35
    (B) Post Graduate studies (M. Pharm) supervised (Completed / ongoing): 31

Academic collaboration: 08

    (A). National Instiute/University/ Organization: 04
    (B). International Institute / University/ Organization: 04

Industrial collaboration: 06

    (A). National Organization: 05
    (B). International Organization: 01

Conference, Seminar & Scientific workshops organized: 32

(A). National: 18

  • Organizing Secretary, National Seminar on “Translational research of traditionally used Indian Medicinal Plants with special reference to Tinospora cordifolia organized by School of Natural Product Studies, Jadavpur University, Kolkata, in association with the Society of Ethnopharmacology during September 7-8, 2019.
  • Organising Secretary, National Symposium on Promotion, and development of Indian medicinal plants with special reference- Brahmi (Bacopa monerii) organized by School of Natural Product Studies, Jadavpur University, Kolkata, in association with the Society of Ethnopharmacology, September 7-8, 2018.
  • Organising Secretary, National Seminar on “Ashwagnadha” and Conclave on local health tradition organized by School of Natural Product Studies, Jadavpur University, Kolkata, in association with the Society of Ethnopharmacology, September 9-10, 2017.
  • Organizing Secretary for the 3rd Convention of SFE – INDIA, and the National Seminar [2016] on “Analytical techniques for drug discovery & development form natural products” was organized by School of Natural Product Studies, Jadavpur University, Kolkata, in association with the Society of Ethnopharmacology, Kolkata, India, September 24, 2016.
  • Organizing Secretary for the 2nd Convention of SFE – INDIA, and the National Seminar [2015] on “Integrated Approaches for Promotion and Development of Herbal Medicine” was organized by School of Natural Product Studies, Jadavpur University, Kolkata, in association with the Society of Ethnopharmacology, Kolkata, India, from December 05-06, 2015. 
  • Organizing Secretary for the 1st Convention of SFE - INDIA and the National Seminar [2014] on “Opportunities in Medicinal Plant Research” was organized by School of Natural Product Studies, Jadavpur University, Kolkata, in association with the Society of Ethnopharmacology, Kolkata, India, from November 29-30, 2014. 
  • Organizing Secretary for the National Workshop [2013] on “Botanical identification and evaluation of Indian medicinal plants” November 20-26, 2013, Kolkata, India, organized by School of Natural Product Studies in association with Science Engineering Research Board (SERB), Department of Science and Technology (DST), New Delhi. 
  • Organizing Secretary for the Golden Jubilee Celebration by Department of Pharmaceutical Technology, Jadavpur University [2013] for commemorating its glorious 50 years of academic excellence since1963. The main focus of the golden jubilee celebration included scientific seminar on “Research and development in drugs and pharmaceuticals: An industrial perspective” along with the cultural program by alumni and professionals during February 23-24, 2013.
  • Organizing Secretary for the National Conference [2011] on “Emerging Trends in Natural Product Research” February 12-13, 2011, Kolkata, India organized by School of Natural Product Studies in association with Association of Pharmaceutical Teachers of India (APTI),  Federation of Indian Herbal Industry [FIHI] and Parker Robinson Pvt. Ltd. Kolkata. 
  • Organizing Secretary for the National Workshop [2010] on “Developing Quality Monographs for Pharmacopoeia for Herbs and Herbal Products” January 16-17, 2010, Kolkata, India organized by School of Natural Product Studies in association with Indian Pharmacopoeia Commission (IPC), National Medicinal Plants Board (NMPB), and Association of Pharmaceutical Teachers of India (APTI). 
  • Organizing Secretary for the National seminar [2009] on “Histamine H1 receptor gene expression in allergy and its suppression by natural medicines” February 23, 2009. Organized by School of Natural Product Studies Jadavpur University, in association with Association of Pharmaceutical Teachers of India [APTI], Bengal Branch.
  • Coordinator of the Pre-conference workshop of IPS international conference [2009] on “Fractionation and Standardization of Natural Products” for the ‘International Conference on Integrative & Personalized Medicine and 42nd Annual Conference of Indian Pharmacological Society’ December 9, 2009.
  • Organizing Secretary for the UGC Refresher Course [2008] on “Thrust Areas on Development of Natural Products” organized by School of Natural Product Studies, Jadavpur University & Academic Staff College, Jadavpur University during November 20-Dcember 10, 2008.
  • Organizing Secretary for the National workshop [2008] on ‘Natural Health Product-Opportunities and Challenges’ March 15, 2008, organized by School of Natural Product Studies, Jadavpur University.
  • Organizing Secretary for the National workshop [2008] on “Instrumental Chromatography and Drug Discovery” December 8, 2008, organized by School of Natural Product Studies Jadavpur University, in Association with Association of Pharmaceutical Teachers of India [APTI], Bengal Branch and Anchrom Enterprises (I) Pvt. Ltd, Mumbai. 
  • Coordinator of National Workshop [2003]: on “Contact program for talented school students” May 20-23, 2003 sponsored by Department of Science & Technology (DST), Govt. of India, New Delhi and organized by Jadavpur University, Kolkata.
  • Coordinator of National Workshop [2003]: on “Development of Capacity for Excellence in Science and Technology in India” May 12-21, 2000, supported by Department of Science & Technology (DST), Govt. of India, New Delhi and organized by JSS College of Pharmacy, Ooty.
  • Convenor of UGC Refresher Course [2002]: on “Trends in Drugs and Pharmaceuticals” September 10-30, 2002, supported with UGC and organized by Jadavpur University, Kolkata. 
  • Coordinator of Workshop [2001] on “Creativity Competitive Resources and Core of Excellence through” September 11- 20, 2001, supported with Department of Science & Technology (DST), Govt. of India, New Delhi and organized by JSS College of Pharmacy, Ooty.

(B). International: 14

  • Chairman (Scientific Services) in the 7th International Congress of Society for Ethnopharmacology (SFEC 2020) on “"Ethnopharmacology in development of scientifically validated quality products from Medicinal plants and Regulatory aspects” at Jamia Hamdard, New Delhi, India during February 15-17, 2020.
  • Chairman (Scientific Services) in the 6th International Congress of Society for Ethnopharmacology (SFEC 2019) on “Medicinal plants and Traditional Medicine: Ethnopharmacology at the interfaced of Local and Global needs” at Manipal Academy of Higher Education, Manipal, Karnataka, India during February 08-10, 2019.
  • Chair, Inbternational Ethnopharmacology Conclvae in the 8th World Ayurveda Congress (WAC) and Arogya Expo. on “Ethnopharmacology, ethno-medicine and traditional health practices: Learning from nature and our ancestor - Tradition meets Innovation” , was organized by Society for Ethnopharmacology in association with Vigyan Bharti Foundation, Banglore, India during December 16-17, 2018 at Ahmedabad, Gujarat, India.  
  • Co-ordinator, UK India Newton Bhabha Reseracher Links workshop on Scopes and challenges for the development of novel antimicrobial agents from ayurvedic medicinal plants to combat the problem of antimicrobial resistance jointly organized by School of Natural Product Studies, Jadavpur University, Kolkata and School of Health, Sports and Bioscience, University of East London, Stratford Campus, London at Jadavpur University during September 4-7, 2018.
  • Chairman (Scientific services) in 18th International congress of International Society for Ethnopharmacology (ISE) and 5th International congress of Society for Ethnopharmacology (SFE INDIA) on Ethnopharmacology and Drug Development: Innovation meets tradition at University of Dhaka, Bangladesh during January 13-15, 2018.
  • Chairman of the scientific committee for the 4th International Congress of the Society for Ethnopharmacology, India (SFEC-2017), Surat, on “Healthcare in 21st century: Prospectives of Ethnopharmacology & Medicinal Plant  Resaerch” being organized by Uka Tarsadia University, Bardoli, Surat, Gujarat, India during February 23-25, 2017. The congress has evidenced participation of over 1000 delegates from 20 countries with more than 500 scientific presentations. 
  • Organising Secretary of International Conclave on Ethnopharmacology in 7th World Ayurveda Congress & Arogya Expo, Kolkata, on "International Conclave on Ethno Pharmacology Traditional Health Practices”, being organized by Vigyan Bharti Foundation, Banglore, India during December 02-03, 2016. 
  • Chairman of the scientific committee for the 3rd International Congress of the Society for Ethnopharmacology (SFEC 2016), Raipur on "Ethnopharmacology and Evaluation of Medicinal Plants - Global Perspectives.” being organized by National Centre for Natural Resources (NCNR), Pt. Ravishankar Shukla University, Raipur, Chhattisgarh, India during February 19-21, 2016. The congress has evidenced participation of over 400 delegates from 15 countries with more than 300 scientific presentations. 
  • Chairman of the scientific committee for the 2nd International Congress of the Society for Ethnopharmacology, India (SFEC - 2015), on “Validation of Medicinal Plant and Traditional Medicine –Global Perspectives” was organized Rashtrasant Tukadoji Maharaj Nagpur University, Nagpur, Maharashtra, India, during February 20-22, 2015. The main focus of the congress was the opportunities and challenges for development and validation of medicinal plants and natural products. The congress has evidenced participation of over 700 delegates from 25 countries with more than 500 scientific presentations
  • Chairman of the scientific committee for the 1stInternational Congress of the Society for Ethnopharmacology (ICSE - 2014), on “Globalizing traditional medicines: Present and future prospects” was organized at Sri Ramachandra University, Chennai, India, during March 7-9, 2014. The main focus of the congress was the opportunities and challenges for development, promotion and globalization of medicinal plants and natural products. The congress has evidenced participation of over 700 delegates from 20 countries with more than 300 scientific presentations. 
  • Organizing Secretary for the 12th congress of the International Society for Ethnopharmacology [ISE-2012] for the 12th congress of the International Society for Ethnopharmacology [ISE-2012] on Traditional Medicines and Globalization–The Future of Ancient Systems of Medicine Kolkata, India from February 17-19, 2012. It was first ISE congress organized in India, to promote ‘Brand India’ focused on globalizing local knowledge and localizing global technologies in the area of traditional medicine. 12th congress of the International Society for Ethnopharmacology [ISE 2012] India turned out to be a saga of grand success involving the representatives from over 50 countries, 1000 delegates, with over 600 scientific presentations in the areas of natural products and traditional medicine inspired drug discovery and development. 
  • Chairman, Scientific committee for the International conference [2009] on “Herbal Medicine –Evaluation of Quality, Efficacy and Safety” held on February 26-28, 2009 at Bangalore, India. Jointly organized by School of Natural Product Studies, Jadavpur University, Rajib Gandhi Health University, Bangalore with Association of Pharmaceutical Teachers of India [APTI], Bangalore. More than 1400 participants from 24 different countries participated in this conference to highlight different aspects of natural product research and development.
  • Coordinator of the Pre-conference workshop of IPS international conference [2009] on “Fractionation and Standardization of Natural Products” for the ‘International Conference on Integrative & Personalized Medicine and 42nd Annual Conference of Indian Pharmacological Society’ December 9, 2009.
  • Organizing Secretary for the International Conference[2005] - on “Promotion and Development of Botanicals with International Coordination: Exploring quality, safety, efficacy and regulations” February 25-26, 2005, Kolkata, India,organized by School of Natural Product Studies, Department of Pharmaceutical Technology, Jadavpur University, Kolkata-700 032, with Drug Information association [DIA], USA and  Indian Institute of Chemical Biology, Kolkata. More than 400 participants from 14 different counties participated in this conference.