Dr. Manubolu is a Postdoctoral Researcher with research interests in identification and characterization of cyanotoxins in water and food, including fish, to understand the bioaccumulation and biotransformation of cyanotoxins in food web. His research interests also include oxidative stress, fatty acid metabolism and obesity.
Identification and characterization of cyanotoxins, phenols and flavonoids by LC-MS
Biodegradation of cyanotoxins
Protein purification and characterization
Fatty acid metabolism and obesity
Oxidative stress mechanisms
Postdoctoral Research Associate, Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, Uppsala, Sweden.
PhD, Biochemistry, Sri Venkateswara University, India.
MS, Biochemistry, Bharathidasan University, India.
BS, Biology, Sri Venkateswara University, India.
Manubolu M, Eklund S, Dutta PC and Molmolof K (2014) Variable exposure and response to algal toxins in cattle on pasture in the Baltic coastal zone. International Journal of Environmental Research 8:733-740.
Manubolu M, Samanthi RP, Madawala, Dutta PC and Molmolof K (2014) In vitro Biodegradation of cyanotoxins in the rumen fluid of cattle. BMC Veterinary Research 10: 110.
Manubolu M, Goodla L, Ravilla S, Thanasekharan J, Dutta PC, Kjell Malmlöf and Vijayasarathi Reddy (2014) Protective effect of Actiniopteris radiata (Sw.) Link. against CCl4 induced oxidative stress in albino rats. Journal of Ethanopharmacology 153:744-752.
Samanthi RP, Manubolu M, Michaela Asp, Dutta PC and Molmolof K (2015) Effects of a novel hybrid lipid molecule containing lauric and α-lipoic acid on lipid metabolism in diet induced obese mice. J Obes Weight Loss Ther 5:(2):1-9.
Bo.Xu, Manubolu M, Dutta PC and Molmolof K (2013) The anorectic response to growth hormone in obese rats is associated with increased ketogenesis. Journal of Molecular and Integrative Physiology 3:80-82.