Proteomics is the investigation of all the proteins and their various modifications that make up a system in a cell, tissue or an organism. As proteins are viral parts of living organisms with many functions, so the proteomics is more beneficial to genomics, because of representing the actual condition of a cell.

             At CAMB, the group is working on


  1. Enzymes, including amylases, proteinases, cellulases, polymerases etc, having industrial (food, textile, pharmaceutical, paper etc) and research importance, respectively. As microbes provide a potential replacement in absence or in insufficiency of human enzymes, so they can be easily produced in large quantities in a short period of time through genetic manipulation/s.
  2. Recombinant Proteins/Hormones/Growth Factor/s, including interferons, interleukins, cytokines etc. They are usually secreted by the cells and have a specific effect on the interactions and communications between the cells of immune system.
  3. Therapeutic Proteins, like Lectins, Thionins, RIPs, peptides etc., having anti bacterial, anti viral, anti fungal and anti cancer potential , serve to complement structural barrier against the infections, which still remains uncharted.

The Proteomics Group is mainly focusing on screening, isolation, purification, characterization, bioactivity and modification/s for their improvement and therapeutics, respectively. The group has a wonderful command and expertise in Micro/Molecular/Cell Biology, by using Cloning, Vector Construction, Expression, Mutation/s, Purification/s, Iso electric point (pI) determination for a protein, Immuno Blotting/s and Simple Sequence Repeats (SSR), studies/techniques, in microbes/cells and plants.


Provide testing facility for microbes/fungus, through microscopy, biochemical tests and PCR.

Assistant  Professor 
Incharge Proteomics Group
Phone office:0092 42 35293135