In Drug Discovery: Exploration and Exploitation of Indian biodiversity in search of anti peptic ulcer lead(s) in preclinical experimental models.
In Gastric ulcer research: Ussing chamber model using frog gastric mucosa, in vitro culture and general microbiological work with Helicobacter pylori, in vivo H. pylori infection (SS1 strain) in C57BL/6J mice, isolation and activity evaluation with gastric H+ , K+ -ATPase from pig stomach, isolation of pure viable parietal cell from rabbit gastric mucosa, several in vivo gastric ulcer models in Sprague-dawley rats. Culturing different cancer cell lines in vitro
Member of antipeptic ulcer research team in the CSIR-coordinated Network programme (COR-23) on ‘Discovery, Development and Commercialization of Bioactive Molecules and Traditional Preparations’ (Since 2003).
Research related to Food biological chemistry and Quality analysis including anti-nutrients, Microbiology of Food
List of Publications:
Hota Samiran, Chatterjee Annalakshmi (2019). Traditional and indigenous uses of plants for treatment of Urinary Disorders by the tribes in Jhargram district of West Bengal. Education, Research and Analysis. 6(1):26-32
Jalan Megha, Nandi Soumya, Chatterjee Annalakshmi (2018). Development and Sensory Evaluation of Fermented Tea using Yeast and Sunlight as a source of Vitamin D. Education, Research and Analysis. 5(1.2):14-19
Agrawal Pratyasha, Chatterjee Annalakshmi (2018). Edible Oil Consumption among Housewives in Kolkata. Education, Research and Analysis. 5(1.3):103-107.
Ray Sayani, Chatterjee Annalakshmi (2017). Nutritional and Biological Importance of the Weed Echinochloa colona : A Review. International Journal of Food Science and Biotechnology. 2(2): 31-37.
Hota Samiran, Chatterjee Annalakshmi (2016). Traditional Knowledge and Use of Medicinal Plants for Gastro-intestinal Disorders by Tribal People in Paschim Medinipur District of West Bengal. International Journal of Pharma Sciences. 6(3):1571-1576.