Welcome to NTHRYS TECHNOLOGIES
Pronounciation NTHRYS = "en - thrice "
NTHRYS is a research entity concentrating in the development of various technologies under the fields of Biotechnology, Robotics, Statistics & Environmental Sciences. Apart from the research activities NTHRYS has designed various services, products, student services [projects & training] in the recent years.
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|Inspiring Quotes from Great Indians
“We are all pencils in the hand of God writing love letters to the world.” – Mother Teresa, Founder of The Order of the Missionaries of Charity
“Woman is the companion of man, gifted with equal mental capacity.” - Mohandas K. Gandhi, prominent political and ideological leader of India - Father of The Nation
“When you look at the stars and the galaxy, you feel that you are not just from any particular piece of land, but from the solar system.” - Kalpana Chawla, Indian American Scientist and Astronaut
“My grandfather once told me that there were two kinds of people: those who the work and those who take the credit. He told me to try to be in the first group, there was much less competition” - Indira Gandhi
“Take up one idea. Make that one idea in your life – think of it, dream of it, live on that idea. Let the brain, muscles, nerves, every part of your body, and just leave every other idea alone. This is the way to success, that is way great spiritual giants are produced.” - Swami Vivekananda
“Remember that the greatest crime is to compromise with injustice and wrong.” - Subhash Chander Bose
Recently added services:
- Academic assistance service for the departments of Biotechnology & Bioinformatics [Practical & Projects assistance]
- Statistical Analysis for Archeology Research
Recently started research activities:
- Hyperthyroidism Research.
- Oligodendroglioma Research.
- Anti Global warming strategies study.
Already started as well as completed Research Activities:
Research Projects in Pipeline:
- Human ASPM Gene [IQ] Studies
- p53 Gene Studies
- Anti Thymocyte Globulin production studies. [Immunosupressor]
- Antibody - Nanofibre interaction studies
- Thyroid Research
- Antiviral research for HIV & HPV infections
- Marine Eco System revival studies
- Oligodendroglioma research
- Biopesticides Production Standardizations
- Biofertilizers Productiion Standardizations
- and many more...
Completed Projects under Biotechnology:
From the past few years NTHRYS BIOTECH LABS have completed the following projects:
- Isolations & Purifications of Human, Bovine, Goat & Rabbit IgG [Whole, F(ab)2, Fc & Domains] for diagnostic, Therapeutic & Research applications.
- Production of Jatropha & Pongamia based Biodiesel [B100 - FAME & VOME].
- Studies on the effects of various parametres involved in the production of amylases, proteases & organic acids from Fungal strains.
- Extraction of Chitin & Chitosan from various marine & terrestrial sources.
- Studies on the usage of human fetal serum as an alternative source for animal tissue culturing.
- 197 Auto Immune Disorders Analysis
Newly Started Facilities
- Methanotroph cultivation facility.
- Polyclonal Antibody Production facility.
- Human cell Receptor epitope database.
Newly added team members at NTHRYS
- Dr. Sabitha
Other Team members
- Dr. Sreedhar Bhattar
- Balaji S Rao - Visit Blog
- V. Vijaya Lakshmi
- Anusha Peruri
- Naga Rekha
Newly joined students / Scholars
- 1632 Nanda kumar
- 1631 Sandesh Kumar
- 1630 Avanija
- 1629 M.Asma Begum
- 1627 Vasu Dev
- 1626 Afreen Banu
- 1625 Md.Yasser Ali
- 1624 Manas Gajjela
- 1623 Deepthi Gajjela
- 1622 Chaitanya Gajjela
- 1621 Vasundhara
- 1620 Karthik
- 1619 Sai naresh
- 1618 Puneeth
- 1617 C.Ramya krishna
- 1616 S.Vijay Kumar
- 1615 R.Kiran Kumar
- 1614 Ch.Selyush
- 1613 Chinmayee
- 1612 Vivek kumar
- 1611 Pinki Gajbhiye
- 1610 G.Saikrishna
- 1609 S.Gopinath
- 1608 Malini.M
- 1607 Raad Raheem Tolee
- 1606 Jaiveer singh
- 1605 Shilpa Mishra
- 1604 Mranali Gupta
- 1603 VSN.Kiran
- 1602 N.Swapna
- 1601 K.Reshma raj
- 1600 P.Venkat datta
- 1599 K.Venugopal
- 1598 Ammar Mousa Mandal
- 1597 Karrar
- 1596 Sami
- 1595 Naser hameed salin
- 1594 Othman thamer musa
- 1593 Ali hussein alwan
- 1592 Osama abdul munem khayri
- 1591 M.Preethi
- 1590 K.Kalyan kumar
- 1589 K. Rambabu
- 1588 K. Rajashekhar Reddy
- 1587 M. Naveen raj kumar
- 1586 B. Rajasekhar Reddy
- 1585-Zina murshd kadim
- 1584-ali moaid raheem
- 1582-Saad muslim hantoosh
- 1581-Ahmed khazaal hato
- 1580-Zeyad tareq
- 1579-Ahmed abdul zahrahabeeb
- 1578-Hayder hashim joudah
- 1577-G navitha mathew
- 1576-Beulah bernice.e
- 1570-Nawa kadem
- 1561-Manal el jatih mohamed mohamed siyam
- 1560-Eiman mubarak mohammed al sheikh ali
- 1556-M.E.V prasad
- 1555-N.Vinay kumar
- 1554-C.R. naveen kumar reddy
- 1553-D.vishnu nandan
- 1551-Abhishek singh
- 1550-G.N.V.D prasad
- 1549-A.pranay kumar
- 1548-Arinze oduah
- 1547-Dhruv maniar
- 1546-Sharif sayyed
- 1545-V.Vijaya lakshmi
- 1543-Pallavi khatawkar
- 1542-Sneha s kagale
- 1541-Nafea mchayd
- 1540-Mohamed sidiq shaikh eldin
- Openings for Research Guides
- Openings for Freelance marketing professional
- Openings for Embedded systems technicains
- Opening for Receptionist
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Spacecraft touches down successfully, but not where expected
Nature News doi: 10.1038/nature.2013.14377
Christin, Koch | Susann, Müller | Hauke, Harms | Falk, Harnisch
Nature Biotechnology 31, 844 (2013).
Authors: Ryan A Langlois, Randy A Albrecht, Brian Kimble, Troy Sutton, Jillian S Shapiro, Courtney Finch, Matthew Angel, Mark A Chua, Ana Silvia Gonzalez-Reiche, Kemin Xu, Daniel Perez, Adolfo García-Sastre & Benjamin R tenOever
Recent gain-of-function studies in influenza A virus H5N1 strains revealed that as few as three-amino-acid changes in the hemagglutinin protein confer the capacity for viral transmission between ferrets. As transmission between ferrets is considered a surrogate indicator of transmissibility between humans, these studies raised concerns about the risks of gain-of-function influenza A virus research. Here we present an approach to strengthen the biosafety of gain-of-function influenza experiments. We exploit species-specific endogenous small RNAs to restrict influenza A virus tropism. In particular, we found that the microRNA miR-192 was expressed in primary human respiratory tract epithelial cells as well as in mouse lungs but absent from the ferret respiratory tract. Incorporation of miR-192 target sites into influenza A virus did not prevent influenza replication and transmissibility in ferrets, but did attenuate influenza pathogenicity in mice. This molecular biocontainment approach should be applicable beyond influenza A virus to minimize the risk of experiments involving other pathogenic viruses.
Ancient ice ages that shaped modern caribou populations may foretell animals' fate in a warmer world.
Nature News doi: 10.1038/nature.2013.14376
Joseph A., Rosenthal | Linxiao, Chen | Jenny L., Baker | David, Putnam | Matthew P., DeLisa
Ancient jars hold residue of 2,500-year-old vintage.
Nature News doi: 10.1038/nature.2013.13119
Authors: Shuzhao Li, Nadine Rouphael, Sai Duraisingham, Sandra Romero-Steiner, Scott Presnell, Carl Davis, Daniel S Schmidt, Scott E Johnson, Andrea Milton, Gowrisankar Rajam, Sudhir Kasturi, George M Carlone, Charlie Quinn, Damien Chaussabel, A Karolina Palucka, Mark J Mulligan, Rafi Ahmed, David S Stephens, Helder I Nakaya & Bali Pulendran
Complex 3D interfacial arrangements of cells are found in several in vivo biosystems such as blood vasculature, renal glomeruli, and intestinal villi. Current tissue engineering techniques fail to develop suitable 3D microenvironments to evaluate the concurrent effects of complex topography and cell encapsulation. There is a need to develop new fabrication approaches that control cell density and distribution within complex 3D features. In this work, we present a dynamic projection printing process that allows rapid construction of complex 3D structures using custom-defined computer-aided-design (CAD) files. Gelatin-methacrylate (GelMA) constructs featuring user-defined spiral, pyramid, flower, and dome micro-geometries were fabricated with and without encapsulated cells. Encapsulated cells demonstrate good cell viability across all geometries both on the scaffold surface and internal to the structures. Cells respond to geometric cues individually as well as collectively throughout the larger-scale patterns. Time-lapse observations also reveal the dynamic nature of mechanical interactions between cells and micro-geometry. When compared to conventional cell-seeding, cell encapsulation within complex 3D patterned scaffolds provides long-term control over proliferation, cell morphology, and geometric guidance. Overall, this biofabrication technique offers a flexible platform to evaluate cell interactions with complex 3D micro-features, with the ability to scale-up towards high-throughput screening platforms. Biotechnol. Bioeng. © 2013 Wiley Periodicals, Inc.