Kokati Venkata Bhaskara Rao

Kokati Venkata Bhaskara Rao

VIT University

H-index: 44

Asia-India

About Kokati Venkata Bhaskara Rao

Kokati Venkata Bhaskara Rao, With an exceptional h-index of 44 and a recent h-index of 30 (since 2020), a distinguished researcher at VIT University, specializes in the field of Bioactive compounds, Medicinal plants, Bioremidiation.

His recent articles reflect a diverse array of research interests and contributions to the field:

Sensitizing effect of Yb3+ ions on 1.53 µm broadband and 548nm upconversion green emissions of Er3+-doped TeO2–WO3–GeO2 glasses

Extraction and Characterization of Beta-glucan Methyl Esters Derived From UV-mutated Marine Yeast and their Applications in Cosmetics

A comprehensive review of biosurfactant production and its uses in the pharmaceutical industry

Antibacterial activity and biogenesis of silver and zinc nanoparticles by Streptomyces sp. strain ANB 1 isolated from marine water of Port Blair

Biodegradation of commercial textile reactive dye mixtures by industrial effluent adapted bacterial consortium VITPBC6: a potential technique for treating textile effluents

Bi2O3-B2O3-CaF2-EuF3 glass–ceramics for lighting applications

Emission spectroscopy of Sm3+ ion-activated zinc phosphate glass for reddish-orange lighting applications

Bioremediation of reactive orange 16 by industrial effluent-adapted bacterial consortium VITPBC6: process optimization using response surface methodology (RSM), enzyme kinetics …

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44

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30

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Bioactive compounds

Medicinal plants

Bioremidiation

Top articles of Kokati Venkata Bhaskara Rao

Sensitizing effect of Yb3+ ions on 1.53 µm broadband and 548nm upconversion green emissions of Er3+-doped TeO2–WO3–GeO2 glasses

Authors

BC Jamalaiah,Sk Nayab Rasool,K Venkata Rao,K Pavani,MJ Soares,G Viswanadha

Journal

Materials Research Bulletin

Published Date

2024/3/1

The Er3+-doped transparent glasses were the significant materials to design solid state visible lasers, near infrared lasers, upconverters, sensors and fiber amplifiers. The effect of Yb3+ sensitization on 1.53 µm broadband and 548 nm upconversion green emissions in TeO2–WO3–GeO2–ErF3–YbF3 (TWGErYb) glasses were studied. They were characterized through structural, optical absorption, near infrared and upconversion studies. The Judd-Ofelt theory was adopted to estimate several spectroscopic and radiative parameters. The laser characteristic parameters such as stimulated emission cross sections, gain band widths, figure of merit and quantum efficiencies were evaluated. Conveying the energy from Yb3+ to Er3+ ions and the reasons for non-radiative losses were highlighted. The quenching in luminescence of 1.53 µm broadband, the 548 nm upconversion green emissions and the enhanced decay …

Extraction and Characterization of Beta-glucan Methyl Esters Derived From UV-mutated Marine Yeast and their Applications in Cosmetics

Authors

Anwesha Sarkar,Angelin Mary Philip,Darshali P Thakker,KV Bhaskara Rao

Journal

Thalassas: An International Journal of Marine Sciences

Published Date

2024/2/3

Beta-glucan is a natural polysaccharide, abundantly present in the cell walls of several fungi, majorly in mushrooms, yeasts and many bacterial species. It can be used in the cosmetics industry as it has good anti-aging, wound healing and antioxidant properties. Marine yeasts were isolated from the backwater samples derived from Andaman-Nicobar Islands, India and screened for beta-glucan production. Among 38 yeast isolates, 5 isolates could produce beta-glucan and they were further chosen for UV mutagenesis at different time intervals for strain improvement. Mutated marine yeast isolate DAMB1 was found to be producing the highest amount of beta-glucan (1.67 gm/100 ml). Further, potential isolates were characterized microscopically and checked for their antioxidant activity and anti-bacterial activity against bacterial pathogens. The beta-glucan compounds exhibited good antioxidant activity as well as …

A comprehensive review of biosurfactant production and its uses in the pharmaceutical industry

Authors

Sriya Das,KV Bhaskara Rao

Published Date

2024/2

Biosurfactants are naturally occurring, surface-active chemicals generated by microorganisms and have attracted interest recently because of their numerous industrial uses. Compared to their chemical equivalents, they exhibit qualities that include lower toxic levels, increased biodegradable properties, and unique physiochemical properties. Due to these traits, biosurfactants have become attractive substitutes for synthetic surfactants in the pharmaceutical industry. In-depth research has been done in the last few decades, demonstrating their vast use in various industries. This review article includes a thorough description of the various types of biosurfactants and their production processes. The production process discussed here is from oil-contaminated waste, agro-industrial waste, dairy, and sugar industry waste, and also how biosurfactants can be produced from animal fat. Various purification methods such as …

Antibacterial activity and biogenesis of silver and zinc nanoparticles by Streptomyces sp. strain ANB 1 isolated from marine water of Port Blair

Authors

N Hassan,A Kumari,P Saha,KV Rao

Published Date

2024

The uncontrolled and random misuse of commercial antibiotics has led to the ever-increasing rise in drug resistant bacteria. There is still a lag between the development of novel drugs and the emergence of drug resistant microorganisms. Thus, multi-drug resistant microorganisms pose a serious threat to the human race. The marine environment has a great biodiversity and is largely unexplored. It has proved to be an excellent source for isolating microorganisms that produce secondary metabolites with unique properties. In the present study, the focus was to appraise the hostile behavior of marine environment and isolate actinomycetes, which are capable of having antibacterial activity and also to synthesise metallic nanoparticles. Biogenic metal nanoparticles bear immense potential as an alternative to conventional antibiotics. Out of 15 actinobacterial isolates, ANB 1 identified as Streptomyces sp. strain ANB 1 showed the most efficient antagonistic activity against the clinical pathogens Klebsiella sp., Proteus sp., Escherichia coli, Pseudomonas sp. and Bacillus sp. The inhibition zones varied in diameter from 5 – 20 mm. Further, Streptomyces sp. strain ANB 1 successfully synthesised silver and zinc nanoparticles, which were characterised by the formation of characteristic peaks in the UV-Vis spectrophotometer. The nanoparticles thus produced bear immense potential as an alternative to treat multi-drug resistant pathogens.

Biodegradation of commercial textile reactive dye mixtures by industrial effluent adapted bacterial consortium VITPBC6: a potential technique for treating textile effluents

Authors

Purbasha Saha,Kokati Venkata Bhaskara Rao

Journal

Biodegradation

Published Date

2023/9/1

Textile industries release major fraction of dyestuffs in effluents leading to a major environmental concern. These effluents often contain more than one dyestuff, which complicates dye degradation. In this study ten reactive dyes (Reactive Yellow 145, Reactive Yellow 160, Reactive Orange 16, Reactive Orange 107, Reactive Red 195, Reactive Blue 21, Reactive Blue 198, Reactive Blue 221, Reactive Blue 250, and Reactive Black 5) that are used in textile industries were subjected to biodegradation by a bacterial consortium VITPBC6, formulated in our previous study. Consortium VITPBC6 caused single dye degradation of all the mentioned dyes except for Reactive Yellow 160. Further, VITPBC6 efficiently degraded a five-dye mixture (Reactive Red 195, Reactive Orange 16, Reactive Black 5, Reactive Blue 221, and Reactive Blue 250). Kinetic studies revealed that the five-dye mixture was decolorized by VITPBC6 …

Bi2O3-B2O3-CaF2-EuF3 glass–ceramics for lighting applications

Authors

BC Jamalaiah,N Madhu,Shaik Annar,K Venkata Rao,K Pavani

Journal

Journal of Materials Science: Materials in Electronics

Published Date

2023/3

The Bi2O3-B2O3-CaF2-EuF3 (BiBCEu) glass and glass–ceramics were prepared by controlled heat treatment method for orange-red laser sources and characterized through X-ray diffraction, Fourier transform infrared, Raman, transmission electron microscopy, photoluminescence excitation, emission and luminescence decay studies. Up on 396 nm excitation, the BiBCEu glass–ceramics containing Bi3B5O12 and CaF2 nanocrystallites exhibit an enhanced orange-red luminescence through Eu3+:5D0 → 7F2 (616 nm) transition. The radiative parameters such as radiative emission probability rate (AR), luminescence branching ratio (βR) and radiative decay time (τR) were determined using the intensities of Eu3+: 5D0 → 7FJ (J = 1, 2, 4) emission transitions following the Judd–Ofelt theory. The chromaticity coordinates of BiBCEu glass–ceramic heat treated at 575 °C for 10 h are situated in the orange-red …

Emission spectroscopy of Sm3+ ion-activated zinc phosphate glass for reddish-orange lighting applications

Authors

S Vidya Sagar,S Babu,K Venkata Rao

Journal

Journal of Materials Science: Materials in Electronics

Published Date

2023/11

This work focuses on studying the photoluminescence properties of Sm3+ ion-activated zinc phosphate (ZnP) glasses for visible reddish-orange illumination applications. A conventional melt-quenching method was used to synthesize ZnP glasses with (60-x) P2O5–20ZnO–10LiF–10SrO–xSm2O3 compositions, where x = (0.1, 0.5, 1.0, 1.5, and 2.0). Structural characterization by X-ray diffraction (XRD) confirmed the amorphous nature of the synthesized glasses, whereas Fourier-transform infrared spectroscopy (FTIR) revealed characteristic phosphate groups. The optical properties were assessed using absorption and photoluminescence spectroscopy, along with decay-lifetime measurements. Applying the Judd–Ofelt (J–O) theory, the spectral intensities (femp and fqun) and intensity parameters (Ω2, Ω4, and Ω6) were derived from the absorption spectra, showing a trend of Ω4 > Ω6 > Ω2. From the obtained J …

Bioremediation of reactive orange 16 by industrial effluent-adapted bacterial consortium VITPBC6: process optimization using response surface methodology (RSM), enzyme kinetics …

Authors

Purbasha Saha,Akella Sivaramakrishna,Kokati Venkata Bhaskara Rao

Journal

Environmental Science and Pollution Research

Published Date

2023/3

Textile effluent is one of the most hazardous industrial pollutant sources. It is generated in huge volumes and contains a wide array of toxicants. Reactive azo dyes, which are xenobiotic compounds, are predominantly utilized by textile industries for dyeing cotton, viscose, wool, and silk. The conventional physicochemical treatments used by industrial effluent treatment plants are ineffective in dye degradation. The present study thus attempted to find a potential treatment for reactive azo dyes. A novel bacterial consortium VITPBC6 was constructed with the most potent and compatible reactive orange 16 (RO-16) decolorizing isolates of tannery and textile effluents, and the isolates were identified as Bacillus flexus VITSP6, Bacillus paraflexus VITSPB7, Bacillus megaterium VITSPB9, Bacillus firmus VITEPB1, B. flexus VITEPB2, and Bacillus aryabhattai VITEPB3. The physicochemical factors of RO-16 decolorization …

Green emission characteristics of Er3+-doped TeO2-WO3-GeO2 glasses through up and down conversion processes

Authors

G Pullaiah,K Venkata Rao,BC Jamalaiah,A Surya Narayana Reddy

Journal

Journal of Non-Crystalline Solids

Published Date

2023/9/1

Different concentrations of Er3+ions doped TeO2-WO3-GeO2 transparent oxyfluoride glassy materials were fabricated by conventional melt quench method and analyzed through X-ray diffraction, Fourier Transform infrared, scanning electron microscope and energy dispersive X-ray, photoluminescence-excitation, visible emission and luminescence decay studies. Various physical, structural, spectroscopic and laser characteristic parameters were evaluated following the Judd-Ofelt theory. The studied glasses were capable of emitting intense green luminescence through (2H11/2,4S3/2) → 4I15/2 transitions. The emission of green luminescence was studied through down-conversion process at 377 nm excitation and up-conversion process at 980 nm excitation. The color coordinates were found to fall in the green region of chromaticity diagram and close to the European Broadcosting Union green illuminant. The …

Unraveling anticancer potential of a novel serine protease inhibitor from marine yeast Candida parapsilosis ABS1 against colorectal and breast cancer cells

Authors

Anwesha Sarkar,Bhaskara Rao KV

Journal

World Journal of Microbiology and Biotechnology

Published Date

2023/6/10

The study was planned to isolate a serine protease inhibitor compound with anticancer potential against colorectal and breast cancer cells from marine yeast. Protease enzymes play a crucial role in the mechanism of life-threatening diseases like cancer, malaria and AIDS. Hence, blocking these enzymes with potential inhibitors can be an efficient approach in drug therapy for these diseases. A total of 12 marine yeast isolates, recovered from mangrove swamps of Sundarbans, India, showed inhibition activity against trypsin. The yeast isolate ABS1 showed highest inhibition activity (89%). The optimum conditions for protease inhibitor production were found to be glucose, ammonium phosphate, pH 7.0, 30 °C and 2 M NaCl. The PI protein from yeast isolate ABS1 was purified using ethyl acetate extraction and anion exchange chromatography. The purified protein was characterized using denaturing SDS-PAGE …

EPS-mediated biosynthesis of nanoparticles by Bacillus stratosphericus A07, their characterization and potential application in azo dye degradation

Authors

Athulya Anil,KG Sanjeev,Neethu Kamarudheen,Priyanka Mary Sebastian,KV Bhaskara Rao

Journal

Archives of Microbiology

Published Date

2023/2

Microbial exopolysaccharides (EPS) are biocompatible, biodegradable, and less toxic substances secreted outside the cell. They adsorb metal cations to its surface, making it another captivating property, which helps in stabilizing and biosynthesizing metal nanoparticles. Owing to these properties, we adopted bacterial EPS toward the green synthesis of nanoparticles and its application in the removal of azo dyes. Extracted EPS weighed 2.6 mg/mL from the most potential isolate A07 with 385 μg/mg of the carbohydrate content. The top three isolates were subjected to nanoparticle synthesis via the intracellular method and, by their extracted EPS, silver nanoparticles (AgNP) with the size around 87 nm were successfully produced by both methods mediated by the most potent isolate. The nanoparticles were characterized by UV–Vis spectroscopy, X-ray diffraction studies, atomic force microscopy, and FT-IR analysis …

Enzymatic biodegradation, kinetic study, and detoxification of Reactive Red-195 by Halomonas meridiana isolated from Marine Sediments of Andaman Sea, India

Authors

Purbasha Saha,Sonal Madliya,Anmol Khare,Ikshita Subudhi,Kokati Venkata Bhaskara Rao

Journal

Environmental Technology

Published Date

2023/7/29

Azo dyes are a significant class of hazardous chemicals that are extensively utilised in diverse industries. Industries that manufacture and consume reactive azo dyes generate hyper-saline wastewater. The ability of halotolerant bacteria to thrive under extreme environmental conditions thus makes them a potential candidate for reactive azo dye degradation. An efficient halotolerant bacterium (isolate SAIBP-6) with the capability to degrade 87.15% of azo dye Reactive Red 195 (RR-195) was isolated from sea sediment and identified as Halomonas meridiana SAIBP-6. Strain SAIBP-6 maintained potential decolourisation under a wide range of environmental conditions viz. 35–45°C temperature, 50–450 mg/L RR-195, pH 7–9, and 50–150 g/L NaCl. However, maximum decolourisation occurred at 40°C, 200 mg/L RR-195 dye, pH 9, and 50 g/L NaCl, under static conditions. Tyrosinase and azoreductase were responsible …

Protease inhibitors as a potential agent against visceral Leishmaniasis: A review to inspire future study

Authors

Veena Sreedharan,KV Bhaskara Rao

Published Date

2023/3/13

Leishmaniasis is transmitted by sandfly which carries the intracellular protozoa in their midgut. Among visceral, cutaneous and mucocutaneous leishmaniasis, visceral type that is caused by Leishmania donovani is the most lethal one. Findings of leishmanial structure and species took place in 19th century and was initiated by Donovan. Leishmaniasis is still a major concern of health issues in many endemic countries in Asia, Africa, the Americas, and the Mediterranean region. Worldwide1.5-2 million new cases of cutaneous leishmaniasis and 500,000 cases of visceral leishmaniasis are reported each year. Leishmaniasis is endemic in nearly 90 countries worldwide and close to 12 million new cases of leishmaniasis are reported worldwide annually. Studies on antileishmanial drug development is of major concern as leishmaniasis are the second largest parasitic killer in the world and the available drugs are either toxic or costly. The major surface GP63 protease, also known as Zinc- metalloproteases present on the surface of leishmanial promastigotes, can be targeted for drug development. Protease inhibitors targeting such surface proteases show promising results. Different protease inhibitors have been isolated from marine actinobacteria against many infectious diseases. Metabolites produced by these actinobacteria may have greater importance for the discovery and development of new antileishmanial drugs. Hence, this review discusses the background, current situation, treatment, and protease inhibitors from marine actinobacteria for drug development against GP63 molecules.

A fast and sensitive spectrophotometric method for the determination of hydrazine in atazanavir sulfate drug substance

Authors

Ramakant Sharma,Manmeet Singh Saluja

Journal

Latin American Journal of Pharmacy: A Life Science Journal

Published Date

2023/12/27

This abstract introduces an analytical methodology that has been developed the determination of hydrazine in atazanavir sulfate drug substance. The proposed technique was motivated by the rising need for analysis of the reported genotoxic structural concerns, such as hydrazine, and consequently the quantification by a cost-effective manner. Atazanavir's active ingredient, hydrazine, was coupled with p-dimethylaminobenzaldehyde (DMAB) in an acidic medium to provide the basis for this technique. This technique is advantageous because to its high sensitivity, narrow selectivity, speed, and cheap cost per analysis.

Isolation of Actinobacteria from Seaweeds

Authors

Apsara S Babu,Kokati Venkata Bhaskara Rao

Journal

Methods in Actinobacteriology

Published Date

2022

The marine environment has become a promising source of microorganisms with the ability to produce novel bioactive compounds having pharmaceutical and clinical applications. For the past few years, isolation of bioactive compounds from marine actinomycetes has increased to a greater extent. Marine algae or ocean weeds remain a less explored source in search of actinobacteria producing secondary metabolites. In this chapter, we discuss the isolation techniques of actinobacteria from seaweeds.

Approaches in Bioremediation of Dioxins and Dioxin-Like Compounds-A Review on Current and Future Prospects.

Authors

Priyanka Mary Sebastian,KV Rao

Published Date

2022/9/1

Waste generation is becoming increasingly prominent in the environmental arena due to the increase in population and living standards of life. Dioxin and Dioxin-related compounds are a set of hazardous chemicals that are ubiquitously distributed. Polychlorinated dioxins are introduced into our surroundings by both spontaneous and induced activities like combustion, incineration of waste, recycling of e-waste, and paper and pesticide manufacturing. They are chloroaromatic compounds that are found to be lethal and possess carcinogenic properties and are one of the primary examples of persistent environmental pollutants (POP). Removal of these compounds from the environment is very challenging due to their recalcitrant nature. An alternative technique is the use of microbial technology which includes the use of bacteria and fungi to detoxify the dioxins that are considered to be a more effective, economical, and environmentally sustainable alternative. Different microbial interactions were studied for their degradation potential. Polychlorinated dibenzo-p-dioxin and furans (PCDD/F) are found to be degraded by bacteria by adopting either aerobic or anaerobic pathways and the details regarding the diversity, distribution, bioremediation potential, metabolic pathway have been analyzed. This review provides an overview of the source of contamination, its potential toxicity assessment, and various bioremediation techniques that are employed are discussed in detail. It also highlights the nanoremediation technique-a promising tool in which nanoparticles are used in the treatment of toxic organic pollutants.

Isolation of Actinobacteria from Sponges

Authors

Neethu Kamarudheen,Kokati Venkata Bhaskara Rao

Journal

Methods in Actinobacteriology

Published Date

2022

Amidst plethora of marine microbes, actinobacteria, the prolific antibiotic producers, play a very substantial role. Being active endosymbionts of sponges, actinobacteria are crucial in providing several important secondary metabolites of industrial and pharmacological significance. Sponges, the oldest multicellular sessile feeders, can hold large volumes of actinobacteria and are one of the largest habitats for isolation following marine water. In the chapter, we discuss the isolation technique, several isolation media, and analysis of actinobacteria from sponges.

Drainage technologies for enhancing productivity of temporary waterlogged vertisols

Authors

Ramadhar Singh,KV Rao,RK Singh,KP Singh,SK Singh

Journal

Journal of Agricultural Engineering

Published Date

2022

A field study on Broad Bed and Furrows (BBF) to control surface waterlogging and mole drain to control temporary sub-surface water logging in Vertisols regions of Madhya Pradesh in soybean-wheat cropping system was conducted for a period of four years from 2016 to 2019. The BBF system comprising of 65 m length, 1.50 m spacing, and different depths (150 - 250 mm) resulted in 29–35% and 14–15% increase in soybean crop yield over control in normal and above normal rainfall (rainfall > 1050 mm) and below normal rainfall condition (rainfall < 750 mm), respectively. Mole drainage (MD) comprising of mole drains of 85 mm size formed at 4 m drain spacing and at a depth of 500 mm with 65 m lateral length resulted in 51% increase in soybean grain yield over the control under normal and above normal rainfall conditions. Soybean grain yield increased by 66- 74% under the treatment comprising of BBF …

Water productivity of capsicum and tomato under different growing environments

Authors

KV Rao,CK Saxena,CD Singh,Kumar Soni,Suchi Gangwar

Journal

Indian Journal of Ecology

Published Date

2022

Effect of growing environments and fertigation levels on capsicum and tomato crops were studied at Precision Farming Development Centre, ICAR-Central Institute of Agricultural Engineering, The experiments were designed with six treatments consisting of three growing environments namely open field, shade net and poly house with two levels of fertigation (100% and 80%) through the drip irrigation. Recommended dose of fertilizer 100% was found better in all the growing environments for both the crops as compared to 80%. Water productivity of capsicum under 100% drip fertigation treatment was 28.0, 17.1 and 9.6 kg/m3 respectively for growing environments of poly house, shade net house and open field cultivation. For tomato crops under these environments water productivities were as 18.4, 13.7 and 12.9 kg/m3 respectively. Since, there was no significant difference in the yield was observed between 100 …

An Overview of Protease Inhibitors: A New Wave of Drugs from Marine Actinobacteria

Authors

Veena Sreedharan,KV Bhaskara Rao

Published Date

2022/10/12

The key biomolecules that inhibit and thus regulate proteases are protease inhibitors. Beyond their importance in enzyme and structure studies, they have also been studied as potential drugs in recent years. An inhibition against several clinically critical pathogenic protease is their pharmacological significance. AIDS and hypertension have altered the perspective toward protease inhibitors in light of their clinical and commercial success. As part of this chapter, the authors discuss protease inhibitors originating from actinobacteria, a class of bacteria that produce a range of secondary metabolites. Actinobacteria-derived low-molecular-weight inhibitors of proteases, targeted at various classes of proteases that aid the onset and propagation of the pathological condition, are described. A couple rare actinobacteria are also involved in the production of protease inhibitors, even though Streptomyces sp. produces most of …

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The articles with the titles of

Sensitizing effect of Yb3+ ions on 1.53 µm broadband and 548nm upconversion green emissions of Er3+-doped TeO2–WO3–GeO2 glasses

Extraction and Characterization of Beta-glucan Methyl Esters Derived From UV-mutated Marine Yeast and their Applications in Cosmetics

A comprehensive review of biosurfactant production and its uses in the pharmaceutical industry

Antibacterial activity and biogenesis of silver and zinc nanoparticles by Streptomyces sp. strain ANB 1 isolated from marine water of Port Blair

Biodegradation of commercial textile reactive dye mixtures by industrial effluent adapted bacterial consortium VITPBC6: a potential technique for treating textile effluents

Bi2O3-B2O3-CaF2-EuF3 glass–ceramics for lighting applications

Emission spectroscopy of Sm3+ ion-activated zinc phosphate glass for reddish-orange lighting applications

Bioremediation of reactive orange 16 by industrial effluent-adapted bacterial consortium VITPBC6: process optimization using response surface methodology (RSM), enzyme kinetics …

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are the top articles of Kokati Venkata Bhaskara Rao at VIT University.

What are Kokati Venkata Bhaskara Rao's research interests?

The research interests of Kokati Venkata Bhaskara Rao are: Bioactive compounds, Medicinal plants, Bioremidiation

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Kokati Venkata Bhaskara Rao has 7,004 citations in total.

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The co-authors of Kokati Venkata Bhaskara Rao are Dr. Gaurav Kumar.

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