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Infrastructure

The department is equipped with well-established state of art laboratories. The list of the laboratories are given in below:

Biochemistry Laboratory

  • Apply basic principles of chemistry to biological systems and molecular biology.
  • Correlate molecular structure and interactions present in proteins, nucleic acids, carbohydrates and lipids
  • Perform procedure to characterize the biomolecules using microscopy.
  • Understand the gross histology, structure and functions of various organs of the human body
  • Implement the physiological tests and appreciate the interlinked mechanisms in the maintenance of normal functioning of human body
  • Perform basic physiological and pharmacological experiments and to record and interpret the results for its clinical significance.

 

Pharmaceutical chemistry Laboratory

  • Apply safe laboratory practices in the preparation of reagents, handling and storage of chemicals.
  • Identify/confirm the unknown organic compounds by melting point determination, pKa, boiling point, Viscosity etc.
  • Carry out quality control tests for fine chemicals and bulk drugs.
  • Implement the knowledge of chemistry in designing the synthetic scheme of organic compounds.
  • Demonstrate feasible synthesis of some important class of drugs using chemical reactions.
  • Develop the reaction mechanism and orientation of chemical bonds in the synthesis of major industrial compounds.

 

Microbiology Laboratory

  • Understand the advanced technical information pertaining to laboratory bio-safety and preventive measures from pathogenic microorganism.
  • Develop the minimum skills to work on several important techniques using equipment for the study of microorganisms. Microscopically examine living microorganisms.
  • Familiar with the types of laboratory equipment and culture media needed to develop and maintain pure cultures.
  • Carry out the technique for aseptic removal and transfer of microorganisms for subculturing.
  • Determine the cultural characteristics of microorganisms as an aid in identifying and classifying organisms into taxonomic groups.
  • Practical use of the compound microscope for visualization of cellular morphology from stained slide preparations.

 

Molecular Biology and Genetic Engineering Laboratory

  • Describe the main principles, methods for preparation and cloning of DNA in various

organisms.

  • Express clearly about the gene amplification and methods for analysis of DNA, such as
  • hybridization, restriction analysis and gene expressions.
  • Express clearly about the analysis of protein expressions.

 

Physical Pharmaceutics Laboratory

  • Characterize and evaluate the properties of powders by suitable methods
  • Plan and carryout the determination of interfacial property of liquids. .
  • Plan and carryout the determination of viscosity,
  • Plan and carryout the physical stability study of suspension and emulsion dosage forms..
  • Plan and carryout the, preparation of buffer and to determine the buffer capacity and
  • isotonicity of solutions
  • Calculate the rate constant and order of reactions

 

Analytical Methods and Instrumentation Laboratory

 

  • Discuss the principle, theory and instrumentation of UV/Visible spectroscopy; Applications in pharmaceuticals.
  • Describe the principle, instrumentation and operation of AAS; Difference between AAS and FES; Applications in pharmaceuticals.
  • Illustrate the principle and instrumentation of IR and NMR spectroscopy; Applications in pharmaceuticals.
  • Discuss the basic principle, instrumentation and ionization methods of Mass spectroscopy; Applications in pharmaceuticals.
  • Describe the principle, instrumentation, solvents and packing materials of CC, TLC and HPLC; Applications in pharmaceuticals.
  • Apply the theoretical knowledge of instruments, new analytical methods may be developed and validated for the screening of various pharmaceutical agents.

 

Physiology and Pharmacology Laboratory

 

  • Acquire knowledge on handling of Laboratory animals.
  • Implement the physiological tests and appreciate the interlinked mechanisms in the maintenance of normal functioning of human body
  • Perform basic physiological and pharmacological experiments and to record and interpret the results for its clinical significance.
  • Demonstrate laboratory procedures used to examine anatomical structures and evaluate physiological functions of each organ system
  • Interpret graphs of anatomical and physiological data.
  • Apply the methods to evaluate the potency of drugs, toxicity of drugs in animal models.

 

Medicinal Chemistry Laboratory

  • Develop the ability to suggest suitable techniques to synthesis different drug molecules
  • Master a variety of synthetic techniques including purification methods and should gain the
  • Ability to design a synthetic scheme for a proposed drug molecule.
  • Demonstrate how to conduct chemical reactions within medicinal chemistry context and

scientific report.

 

Bioprocess Engineering Laboratory

  • Describe the fundamental concepts of bioprocessing, Understand the difference between
  • bioprocesses and chemical processes, Bioprocess design and operation and would be
  • able to select the bioreactor
  • Demonstrate bioprocesses in a bacterium, fungi or yeast, and their energy metabolism and
  • carbon sources through various parameters.
  • Evaluate and optimize the nutritional requirements.

 

Formulation and Dosage Forms Laboratory

  • Acquire knowledge to prepare and evaluate various liquid, semi-solid dosage forms
  • Acquire knowledge to prepare and evaluate solid dosage forms and parenteral dosage forms
  • Experiment and interpret the granule manufacturing process
  • Demonstrate the concepts in formulation and evaluation of capsules
  • Apply the knowledge to formulate new dosage forms
  • Experiment various quality control parameters of pharmaceutical dosage forms

 

 

Biopharmaceutics and Pharmacokinetics Laboratory

  • Perform dissolution studies for the modified dosage forms.
  • Estimate various pharmacokinetic parameters using plasma and urine drug level data.
  • Predict the effects of dosage form design and routes of drug administration on drug levels in body.

 

                                   

Special Software’s

  • ORCAD PCB suite with USB Dongle
  • IAR Embedded work bench for MSP430 and ARM with USB dongle
  • Network simulator NS-2
  • IAR Embedded work bench LIC 140-C-IAR systems
  • SIMATIC HMI Automation simulation software SIMIT Simulation V9.1
  • Cadence CD cadence licence file Advanced micro Devices Ltd
  • ETAP 7 with Dongle
  • Network simulator (VI)
  • 89C51 Software
  • 89C51 Software
  • Mipower with dongle
  • PSCAD
  • Power world simulator

Application Software Packages:

  • AVR with kit
  • 89C51 Cross “C” compiler for 51 family
  • MATLAB
  • PIC cross “C” compiler for PIC series (MP Lab)
  • ARM cross “C” compiler for ARM (5 user)
  • LAB VIEW
  • Xilinx 9.1 (open source)
  • CC Studio (open Source)
  • Keil uvision
  • Proteus
  • LTspice
  • Pspice
  • RF flow
  • Multisim
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