J. Renuka Devi, N. Karpagam, Padmini sahoo, “Cancer fighting Crucifers,” Advanced Biotech, 5(7), pp.16-22, 2007.
J Renuka Devi , R Naveen Prasad , Karpagam Murali, M Bavanilatha and Subha, Structural Analysis Monoamine Oxidase of Parkinson’s Disease,” Advanced Biotech,6( 6), 25-27, 2007
Naveen Prasad R, Renuka Devi J, Karpagam Murali, Johanna Rajkumar and Parthasarathy N, “A Novel Method of Designing RNA Vaccines with RNAi Targets to Tackle Dengue Virus,” International Journal of Biotechnology and Biochemistry 4 (2), pp.191–200, 2008
J. Renuka Devi and E. Berla Thangam, “Extraction and Separation of Glucosinolates from Brassica oleraceae var rubra,” Advances in Biological Research, 4(6), pp.309-313, 2010.
J. Renuka Devi and E. Berla Thangam, “Mechanism of anticancer activity of Sulforaphane from Brassica oleracea in the HEp-2 Human Epithelial carcinoma cell line,” Asian Pacific Journal of Cancer Prevention, 13(5), pp.2095 -2100, 2012 [PMID: 22901176].
J. Renuka Devi and E. Berla Thangam, “Studies on antioxidant and antimicrobial activities of Purified Sulforaphane from Brassica oleraceae var rubra,” Journal of Pharmacy research, 5(7), pp.3582-3584, 2012
J. Renuka Devi and E. Berla Thangam, “Prediction of various apoptotic proteins with Sulforaphane isolated from Brassica oleraceae using docking studies,” International Journal of Research in Pharmaceutical Sciences, 4(1), pp. 65-69, 2013.
Bavanilatha Muthiah, Inbakandan A, Renuka Devi J, “Invivo toxicity studies of biosynthesised silver nano particles using Brassica oleraceae in Zebra fish model” International Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences,7(2), pp. 425-430, 2015.
J Renuka devi, G Nandhinidevi, M Bavanilatha, T Kavitha Bharathy, M Jameela Banu, S Kanimozhi, “Three-dimensional quantitative structure activity relationships modeling studies of phytochemicals from brassicaceae as potent inhibitors against tumor inflammation,” Asian Journal of Pharmaceutical and Clinical Research,10(1),2017.
J Renukadevi, G Nandhinidevi, M Bavanilatha, H Tharani, R Sathiyabhama, S Vasumathi, “Pharmacophore modelling of Brassicaceae members as a potent HIF (hypoxia inducible factor) inhibitors involved in cancer angiogenesis, IN PRESS.
Tamilnadu Pharmaceutical Sciences Welfare Trust – M.Pharm student scholarship for the project work entitled “Enzymatic modification and Product evaluation of Various Pulses to improve the nutritional quality”
College first rank in B. Pharm degree exam conducted by The Tamilnadu Dr.M.G.R Medical University, Chennai.
Qualified Gate 2003 with percentile score 85.61 conducted by Indian Institute of Technology, Madras.
School first in X Matriculation board examinations conducted by Board of Matriculation Education, Madras.