Fields of interest:
Food chemistry, Food Technology, Food preservation, Nutrition, Postharvest physiology, Phytochemistry, and Biochemistry
Kalita and S. S. Jayanty. (2014) Comparison of Polyphenol Content and Antioxidant Capacity of Colored Potato Tubers, Pomegranate, and Blueberries. Journal of Food Processing and Technology, 5: 1-7.
Kalita, D. G. Holm, and S. S. Jayanty. (2013). Role of poyphenols in acryalmide formation in the fried products of potato tubers with colored flesh, Food Research International, 54: 753-759.
Kalita and S. S. Jayanty. (2013). Reduction of acrylamide formation by vanadium salt in potato French fries and chips. Food Chemistry,138: 644-649.
Kalita, B. Radaram, B. Brooks, P. P. Kannam, and X. Zhao. (2011). Photocatalytic Oxidation of hydrocarbons with water by ruthenium complexes, ChemCatChem, 3:571-573.
J. Boruah, D. Kalita, S. P. Das, S. Paul, and N. S. Islam. (2011). Polymer anchored peroxocompounds of vanadium (V) and molybdenum (VI): Synthesis, stability, and their activities with alkaline phosphatase and catalase Inorganic Chemistry 50: 8046-8062.
Kalita, S. P Das, and N. S. Islam. (2009). Kinetics of inhibition of rabbit intestine alkaline phosphatase by heteroligand peroxo complexes of vanadium (V) and tungsten (VI). Biological Trace Element Research 128: 200-219.
K. Haldar, S. Banerjee, K. Naskar, D. Kalita, N. S. Islam, and S. Roy. (2009). Sub-optimal dose of sodium antimony Gluconate(SAG)-diperoxovanadate combination clears organ parasites from BALB/c mice infected with antimony resistant Leishmania donovani by expanding antileishmanial T-cell repertoire and increasing IFN-y to IL-10 ratio. Experimental Parasitology, 122: 145-154.
Kalita, S. Sarmah, S. P. Das, , A. Patowary, D. Baishya, S. Baruah, and N. S. Islam. (2008). Synthesis, characterization, reactivity and antibacterial activity of new peroxovanadium (V) complexes anchored to soluble polymers. Reactive and Functional Polymers, 68:876-90.
D. Kalita, R. C. Deka and N. S. Islam. (2007). Density functional study of structure and reactivity of a dinuclear peroxovanadate (V) complex. Inorganic Chemistry Communications, 10: 45-48.