Dr Ahmad Ali


  1. Kumar, D., and Ali, A. 2019. Antiglycation and Antiaggregation potential of Thymoquinine. Natural Volatiles and Essential Oils. 6 (1): 25-33
  2. Qazi, F., Varshney, P., and Ali, A. 2018. Perspective of nitrate assimilation and of bioremediation in Spirulina platensis (a non-nitrogen fixing cyanobacterium): an overview. Journal of Environmental Biology. 35: 547-557. http://doi.org/10.22438/jeb/39/5/MS-172.
  3. Ahire, K., Kumar, D., Ali, A. 2018. Differential glycation of Arginine and Lysine by Glucose and inhibition by Acesulfame potassium. Journal of BioScience and Biotechnology. 7 (1): 11-15
  4. Jha P, Momin AR, Kumar D, Ali A. 2018. Reversal of glycoxidative damage of DNA and protein by antioxidants. Annals of Phytomedicine. 7(1): 101-105.
  5. Bhatkalkar, S. Kumar, D. Ali, A. Sachar, S. 2018. Surface Dynamics Associated with Zinc Oxide Nanoparticles and Biomolecules in Presence of Surfactants. Journal of Molecular Liquids. 268: 1-10.
  6. Pandey, R., Kumar, D., Ali, A. 2018. Nigella sativa seed extracts prevent the glycation of protein and DNA. Current Perspectives on Medicinal and Aromatic Plants (CUPMAP). 1: 1-7.
  7. Ali, A., More, T., Hoonjan, A. K., Sivakami, S. 2017. Antiglycating potential of Acesulfame potassium: An artificial sweetener. Applied Physiology, Nutrition and Metabolism. 42(10):1054-1063. http://dx.doi.org/10.1139/apnm-2017-0119.
  8. Ali, A., Devrukhkar, J. 2016. In vitro study on glycation of plasma proteins   with artificial sweeteners (sweeteners induced glycation). Acta Biologica Szegediensis. 60(2):65-70.
  9. Banan, P., Ali, A. 2016. Preventive effect of Phenolic Acids on in vitro Glycation. Annals of Phytomedicine. 5(2):1-5
  10. Ali, A., Sharma, R. 2015. A comparative study on the role of Lysine and BSA in Glycation-induced damage to DNA. Bioscience Bioengineering. Communication. 1: 38-43
  11. Ali, A., Sharma, R., and Sivakami, S. 2014. Role of Natural Compounds in the Prevention of DNA and Proteins damage by Glycation. Bionano Frontiers. 7(12). 25-30
  12. Qazi, F., Varshney, P., Ali, A., Ahmad, A. 2013. Dissecting the role of Glycine Betaine in plants under abiotic stress. Plant Stress. 7(1): 8-18
  13. Ali, A., Sivakami, S., Raghuram, N. 2011. Effect of light, nitrate, and tungstate on the activity of nitrate reductase in Rice. Research Dimension. 1(3): 47-55
  14. Ali, A, Raghuram, N., Sivakami, S. 2010. Differential regulation of nitrate assimilatory enzyme by Methionine sulfoximine in rice. Journal of Advances in Science and Technology. 13(3): 97-101
  15. Ali, A., Jha, P., Singh, K. S., Raghuram, N. 2008. Spirulina nitrate-assimilating enzymes (NR, NiR, GS) have higher specific activities and are more stable than those of rice. Physiology and Molecular Biology of Plants. 14(3): 179-182. (doi:10.1007/s12298-008-0017-z)
  16. Ali, A., Sivakami, S., Raghuram, N. 2007. Effect of Nitrate, Nitrite, Ammonium, Glutamate, Glutamine and 2-oxoglutarate on the RNA Levels and Enzyme Activities of Nitrate Reductase and Nitrite Reductase in Rice. Physiology and Molecular Biology of Plants. 13(1): 17-25.
  17. Jha, P., Ali, A., Raghuram, N. 2007. Nitrate induction of nitrate reductase and its regulation by downstream N metabolites in Spirulina platensis. Physiology and Molecular Biology of Plants. 13(2): 163-167.
  18. Ali, A., Sivakami, S., Raghuram, N. 2007. Regulation of activity and transcript levels of NR in Rice (Oryza sativa): Roles of Protein Kinase and G-proteins. Plant Science. 172(2): 406-413 (doi:10.1016/j.plantsci.2006.10.003)

Book Chapters


1. Khatri, S., Ali, A. 2019. Prevention of Glycoxidation mediated DNA damage by Phenolic compounds. LAP Lambert Academic Publishing Mauritius.



  1. Khatri, S., Paramanya, A., Ali, A. 2019. Phenolic acids and their health promoting activity. In Plant and Human Health, Volume 2 - Phytochemistry andMolecular Aspects, Dr. Munir Ozturk and Dr. Khalid Rehman Hakeem (Eds.).  Springer Nature Switzerland. Pp. 661-680.
  2. Paramanya, A., Jha, P., Ali, A. 2019. Bioactive compounds in Spirulina sp.: Applications and potential health effects. In Next Generation research in Aquaculture, J K Sundaray and M A Rather (Eds.) Narendra Publishing House, Delhi. Pp. 197-218.
  3. Jha, P., Ali, A. 2019. Bio-nanoparticles in the treatment of glycation-induced secondary complications of diabetes. In Nanomaterials and Plant Potential; Azamal Husen and Muhammad Iqbal (Eds.). Springer Nature Switzerland. Pp. 299-316
  4. Lochab, S., Ali, A. Jha, P., Sharma, V., Abbey, D., and Raghuram, N. (2010). Assay methods for nitrate assimilatory enzymes in Spirulina (Arthrospira). In Protocols on Algal and cyanobacterial Research, Bagchi, S.N. Kleinber, D. and Mohanty, P. (Eds). Narosa, New Delhi, Pp. 179-189.
  5. Tariq, M., Ali, A. 2019. Plant derived natural products as anti-glycating agents. “Pharmacological Perspectives of Low Molecular Weight Ligands”
    Editors: Debarshi Kar Mahapatra,
    Sanjay Kumar Bharti, Apple Academic Press, Ontario, Canada.
  6. Ali, A., Paramanya, A., Prairna, Doukani, K., Zehra, S. 2019. Antioxidants in glycation related diseases. In Oxidative Stress and Antioxidant Defense: Biomedical Value in Health and Diseases, Md. Sahab Uddin and Aman Upaganlawar (Eds.). NOVA Science Publishers,  Hauppauge, USA. Accepted.



  • Rubab, U., Kumar, D., Ali, A. Assessment of antiglycating and anti-aggregation potentials of Nigella sativa. Submitted to Turkish Journal of Biology.
  • Shah, S. A. Suji, G., Ali, A., Bhor V. M., Sivakami, S. Methyl Glyoxal binding to bovine liver Catalase results in loss of activity and Heme dislocation. Submitted to Trends in Peptide and Protein Sciences.

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