Research and Development

Adithya Biotech Lab and Research Private Limited (ABLR)is the pioneer lab in Chhattisgarh to introduce tissue culture raised banana plant. Its the first commercial tissue culture lab established in the region in the year 1996.Since then ABLR has been producing and supplying good quality planting material such as tissue culture raised plants & vegetable seeds, to the local farmers.

Biotechnology is considered as a very advanced, complex and costly discipline of science in modern times. R&D lab established in the year 2011.We, at Aditya Biotech Lab & Research P. Ltd. (ABLR), have a dream to make use of Biotechnology at rural livelihood level by simplifying the latest techniques. The overall effort of ABLR is to train and enhance the capacity of any individual to become a biotech-entrepreneur and serve the mankind with sustainable prosperity.

The lab works with a mission to undertake world class research and development projects in biotechnology with an eye on utilization of bio-wealth of Chhattisgarh, and extend the technologies developed to the farmers spread across the length and breadth of the state.

The research division is manned by qualified, experienced and well trained scientists and managers of national and international repute. We have a team of scientists dedicated to Agronomy, Physiology, Entomology, Pathology, Seed technology and Biotechnology. These are well supported by several trained technicians.

ABLR lab has been recognized by

These 3 premier organizations have approved biotech research projects submitted by ABLR for grant support under various schemes.

Mission & Goals


Thrust Research Areas:


  • Deployment of novel and effective biotechnology tools such as molecular breeding/selection (MAB, MAS), transgenics, and genomics to accelerate the development of products. Concentrating to development of technologies for enhancing per unit area productivity of farmers.
  • The thrust of research at th R&D is to bring to bear the science of Plant Tissue Culture and Plant Molecular Biology in the development of novel crop plants via the usage of procedures like in vitro chemical mutagenesis, isolation and heterologous expression of genes for introduction of resistance for biotic and abiotic stresses, gene manipulations for enhanced biomass and crop yields.

Plant Biotech

  • Identification of DNA markers linked to elite traits of crop plants.
  • Marker assisted introgression.
  • Study on Effect of Biotic & Abiotic Stress on Cereals and Vegetable Crops.
  • Screening of Genotypes using Expression Profiling.

Plant Breeding

  • Development of hybrid seeds for vegetables, cereals and horticultural crops.
  • Development of abiotic and biotic stress resistant varieties.


  • Screening and isolation of cellulase and protease producing microbes.
  • Screening and characterization of local micro flora of the Chhattisgarh for their potential to develop new products and novel strains.
  • Study of different microbes useful for industrial waste degradation.
  • Study of colour producing microbes for extraction of organic colour.


  • Predicting Cellular Localization
  • Regulatory - motifs
  • Molecular – arrays
  • Expression data + motif discovery
  • Genome comparison
  • Predicting Gene-Gene (Protein-Protein) interactions
  • Methods for detecting trans-membrane helices
  • Secondary Structure Prediction
  • Constructing phylogenetic trees
  • Tandem repeats

DNA Diagnostics

  • Genetic fidelity testing of in-vitro propagated banana plants using molecular marker.
  • Virus testing and indexing of the in-vitro regenerated banana, sugarcane and potato plants for producing quality tissue culture plants.
  • Genetic purity testing of hybrid seeds using DNA/Protein markers.

Organic Farming

  • Cultivation and evaluation for yield of vegetable as well as cereal crops using various kinds of organic manure and biogas slurry.
  • Study of micro-flora present in bio manure and spent biogas slurry for identification of novel microbial strains for use as bio-fertilizers.


  • Biodiesel from Tree borne oil seeds.
  • Microalgae based biodiesel production.
  • Bioethanol production of cellulosic wastes.
  • Biogas production from dairy wastes.