Amrita Faculty Publish Paper on the Effect of Natural Product Clove Bud Oil on Pathogenic Pseudomonas aeruginosa Virulence and Host Response

Amrita School of Biotechnology faculty and students recently published a journal paper in the high impact Nature publishing group’s Scientific Reports.

Amrita School of Biotechnology's Study Proves 44% Meat Sold in Hyderabad Markets to be Contaminated

A research study carried by researchers from Amrita School of Biotechnology, Osmania University’s Microbiology Department and SLS Cell Cure Technologies, revealed that mutton, chicken, beef and fish sold in Hyderabad markets are highly bacterial contaminant due to bad handling by meat sellers. 
 

Amrita School of Biotechnology's Research Proves Non-Veg Sold in Hyderabad Markets to be Highly Contaminated

A research study carried by researchers from Amrita School of Biotechnology, Osmania University’s Microbiology Department and SLS Cell Cure Technologies, revealed that mutton, chicken, beef and fish sold in Hyderabad markets are highly bacterial contaminant due to bad handling by meat sellers.