Name

Dr . Jaseer Muhamed CJ

Present Designation

Scientist 'B '

Education Qualification

Ph. D.

Contact Number

+91 9048420669

Email Address

jaseermuhamed{AT}gmail.{DOT}com     

Membership/Fellowships

-

Awards/Honors

ICMR JRF, CSIR JRF, DBT-Research Associateship

Foreign Visits

China, Italy

Research Interest

Cardiovascular toxicity

Number of Publications

(a) International Journal- 07 (b) National Journal- Nil

Selected Publications

  1. Muhamed J, Rajan A, Surendran A, Jaleel A, Anilkumar TV. Comparative profiling of extractable proteins in extracellular matrices of porcine cholecyst and jejunum intended for preparation of tissue engineering scaffolds. Journal of biomedical materials research Part B, Applied biomaterials. 2015. Epub 2015/11/08.
  2. Revi D, Vineetha VP, Muhamed J, Surendran GC, Rajan A, Kumary TV, et al. Wound healing potential of scaffolds prepared from porcine jejunum and urinary bladder by a non-detergent/enzymatic method. Journal of biomaterials applications. 2015;29(9):1218-29.
  3. Muhamed J, Revi D, Rajan A, Anilkumar TV. Comparative local immunogenic potential of scaffolds prepared from porcine cholecyst, jejunum, and urinary bladder in rat subcutaneous model. Journal of biomedical materials research Part B, Applied biomaterials. 2015;103(6):1302-11.
  4. Muhamed J, Revi D, Rajan A, Geetha S, Anilkumar TV. Biocompatibility and Immunophenotypic Characterization of a Porcine Cholecyst-derived Scaffold Implanted in Rats. Toxicologic pathology. 2015;43(4):536-45.
  5. Anilkumar TV, Vineetha VP, Revi D, Muhamed J, Rajan A. Biomaterial properties of cholecyst-derived scaffold recovered by a non-detergent/enzymatic method. Journal of biomedical materials research Part B, Applied biomaterials. 2014;102(7):1506-16.
  6. Muhamed J, Revi D, Joseph R, Anilkumar T. Phenotypic modulation of cell types around implanted polyethylene terephthalate fabric in rabbit muscle. Toxicologic pathology. 2013;41(3):497-507.
  7. Anilkumar TV, Muhamed J, Jose A, Jyothi A, Mohanan PV, Krishnan LK. Advantages of hyaluronic acid as a component of fibrin sheet for care of acute wound. Biologicals : journal of the International Association of Biological Standardization. 2011;39(2):81-8.