Publications


  1. Chandru, K., Gilbert ,A., Aono, M., Butch, C and Cleaves, H.J. (2016) Abiotic Availability of Thiolated Acetate Derivatives for the Origin of Life. Scientific Reports – 6, 29883 (11 pages) (Q1)-
    • “This article, in particular, has had a relatively large effect receiving among the top 5% of social media and other online attention of all research outputs ever tracked by Altmetric
  2. Scharf, C., Virgo, N., Cleaves, H.J., II, Aono, M., Aubert-Kato, N., Aydinoglu, A., Barahona, A., Barge, L.M., Benner, S.A., Biehl, M., Brasser, R., Butch, C.J., Chandru, K., Cronin, L., Danielache, S., Fischer, J., Hernlund, J., Hut, P., Ikegami, T., Kimura, J., Kobayashi, K., Mariscal, C., McGlynn, S., Menard, B., Packard, N., Pascal, R., Pereto, J., Rajamani, S., Sinapayen, L., Smith, E., Switzer, C., Takai, K., Tian, F., Ueno, Y., Voytek, M., Witkowski, O., and Yabuta, H. (2015) A strategy for origins of life research. Astrobiology. Vol.15 15,  (12 pages) (Q1)
  3. Chandru, K., Obayashi, Y., Kaneko, T., and Kobayashi, K .(2014). Formation of amino acid condensates partly having peptide bonds in a simulated submarine hydrothermal environment. Viva Origino  vol.41 (3) (10 pages)
  4. Chandru, K., Imai, E., Kaneko, T., Obayashi, Y and Kobayashi, K .(2013). Survivability and abiotic reactions of selected amino acids in different hydrothermal system simulators. Origins of life and Evolution of Biosphere 43(22) 99-108. (10 pages)
  5. Shahbazi, A., Zakaria, M.P.,Yap. C.K.,Tan, SG., Surip, S., Mohamad, C.A.R., Sakari, M., Bakhtiari,A.R., Bahry, P.S., Chandru, K., Mirsadeghi, S.A. (2010). Use of Different Tissues of  Perna Viridis  as Biomonitors of Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons (PAHs) in the Coastal Waters of Peninsular Malaysia. Environmental Forensics, Vol 11 (3), 248-263 (16 pages)
  6. Shahbazi, A,. Zakaria, M.P.,Yap. C.K., Surip, S., Bakhtiari, A.R., Chandru, K., Bahry, P.S., Sakari., M . (2010). Spatial distribution and sources of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) in green mussels (Perna viridis) from coastal areas of Peninsular Malaysia: implications for source identification of perylene. International Journal of Environmental and Analytical Chemistry. Vol 90 (1),14-30 (17 pages)
  7. Sakari, M., Zakaria, M.P., Mohamad. C.A.R., M.P., Lajis., Chandru, K.,Bahry, P.S., Mokhtar, M.B and Shahbazi, A. (2010) Urban vs. Marine Based Oil Pollution in the Strait of Johor, Malaysia: A Century Record. Soil and Sediment contamination, Vol 19 (6), 644-666 (23 pages)
  8. Sakari, M., Zakaria, M.P., Mohamad. C.A.R, Lajis. N.H., Chandru, K., Bahry, P.S., Shafiee, M.M and Anita, S (2010). The History of Petroleum Pollution in Malaysia; Urgent need for integrated Prevention Approach. EnviromentAsia 3 (special issue) 131-142 (12 pages)
  9. Bahry, P.S., Zakaria, M.P., Abdullah, A.M, Abdullah, D.K., Sakari, M., Chandru, K., Shahbazi, A. (2009). Forensics Characterisation of Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons and Hopanes in Aerosols from Peninsular Malaysia. Environmental Forensics, 10, 240-252 (13 pages)
  10. Sakari, M., Zakaria, M.P., Lajis. N.H., Mohamad. C.A.R., Bahry, P.S.,Anita and Chandru, K. (2008). Characterisation, Distribution, Sources and Origins of Aliphatic Hydrocarbons from Surface Sediment of Prai Strait, Penang, Malaysia: A Widespread Anthropogenic Input. EnviromentAsia 2, 1-14 (14 pages)
  11. Chandru, K., Zakaria, M.P., Anita, S., Shahbazi, A., Sakari, M., Bahry, P.S and Mohamad, C.A.R. (2008). Characterization of Alkanes, Hopanes and Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons (PAHs) in Tarballs collected from the East Coast of Peninsular Malaysia. Marine Pollution Bulletin 56 (5), 950-962 (12 pages) (Q1)
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