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Te Tari Moromoroiti me te Ārai Mate

Arpita Roy


Current research:

PhD Thesis: 

"Investigating the relationship between host Tuba and the exocyst complex in cell-to-cell spread of Listeria"

Supervisors: Associate Professor Keith Ireton


Achievements:

2019: University of Otago Doctoral Scholarship


 

Publications:

Shishir, A., Roy, A., Islam, N., Rahman, A., Khan, S. N., & Hoq, M. (2014). Abundance and diversity of Bacillus thuringiensis in Bangladesh and their cry genes profile. Frontiers in Environmental Science, 2, 20.

Kabir, S. M., Rahman, M., Khatun, A., Saha, S., Roy, A., Rashid, A. H., ... & Mahmud, A. (2016). Total flavonoids content and reducing power assay of twelve common Bangladeshi leafy vegetables. Pharmacologyonline, 3, 6.

Roy, A., Kabir, S. R., & Chowdhury, F. F. K. (2017). Efficiency determination of commonly used disinfectants over seven days of storage. European Journal of Biomedical, 4(3), 456-460.