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All India Institute Of Medical Sciences, New Delhi
कॉल सेंटर:  011-26589142

Dr. Siddhartha Kundu

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Room No. 3027B, Department of Biochemistry,
AIIMS, Ansari Nagar, New Delhi – 110029
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+91-11-26596514; +91-9818054915
https://orcid.org/0000-0003-3962-776X
https://loop.frontiersin.org/people/174292/overview
Mathematical and Computational Biochemistry
Mathematical models of macromolecules and complex biochemical systems

Mathematical and Theoretical Bioinformatics
Theoretical Biophysics
Biologically relevant big data analytics

Educational qualifications

Degree

Subject

University/Institution

Year

PhD

Computational Biology & Bioinformatics

School of Computational and Integrative Sciences (SCIS),

Jawaharlal Nehru University,New Mehrauli Road, New Delhi 110067

2014-2018

MD

Biochemistry

All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS),

Ansari Nagar, New Delhi 110029

1999-2001

MBBS

Pre-&Para-/Medical/ Surgical subjects

University College of Medical Sciences (UCMS),

Dilshad Garden, New Delhi 110095

1992-1996

Memberships

1.

Society for Mathematical Biology (SMB)

 

2.

European Society for Mathematical and Theoretical Biology (ESMTB)

 

3.

Biophysical Society (BPS)

 

Research publications (complete citations)

2019

  1. Kundu S#*. Insights into the mechanism(s) of digestion of crystalline cellulose by plant class C GH9 endoglucanases. J Mol Model. 2019 Jul 23;25(8):240. doi:10.1007/s00894-019-4133-1. PubMed PMID: 31338614.

2018

  1. Kundu S#*. Mathematical basis of predicting dominant function in protein sequences by a generic HMM-ANN algorithm. ActaBiotheor. 2018 Jun;66(2):135-148. doi: 10.1007/s10441-018-9327-x. Epub 2018 Apr 26. PubMed PMID: 29700659
  2. Kundu S*, Sharma R*. Origin, evolution, and divergence of plant class C GH9 endoglucanases. BMC Evol. Biol. 2018 May 30;18(1):79. doi:10.1186/s12862-018-1185-2. PubMed PMID: 29848310; PubMed Central PMCID:PMC5977491

2017

  1. Kundu S#*. Mathematical basis of improved protein subfamily classification by a HMM-based sequence filter. Math Biosci. 2017 Nov;293:75-80. doi:10.1016/j.mbs.2017.09.001. Epub 2017 Sep 13. PubMed PMID: 28916136

2016

  1. Kundu S*, Sharma R*. In silico Identification and Taxonomic Distribution of Plant Class C GH9 Endoglucanases. Front Plant Sci. 2016 Aug 12;7:1185. doi:10.3389/fpls.2016.01185. eCollection 2016. PMID: 27570528; PMCID: PMC4981690.
  2. Kundu S#*. Stochastic modelling suggests that an elevated superoxide anion-hydrogen peroxide ratio can drive extravascular phagocyte transmigration by lamellipodium formation. J Theor Biol. 2016 Oct 21;407:143-54. doi:10.1016/j.jtbi.2016.07.002. Epub 2016 Jul 2. PubMed PMID: 27380944.

2015

  1. Kundu S#*. Co-operative intermolecular kinetics of 2-oxoglutarate dependent dioxygenases may be essential for system-level regulation of plant cell physiology. Front Plant Sci. 2015 Jul 15;6:489. doi: 10.3389/fpls.2015.00489. eCollection 2015. PMID: 26236316; PMCID: PMC4502536.
  2. Kundu S#*. Unity in diversity, a systems approach to regulating plant cellphysiology by 2-oxoglutarate-dependent dioxygenases. Front Plant Sci. 2015 Mar 11;6:98. doi: 10.3389/fpls.2015.00098. eCollection 2015. PMID: 25814993; PMCID: PMC4356072.

2012

  1. Kundu S#*. Distribution and prediction of catalytic domains in 2-oxoglutarate dependent dioxygenases. BMC Res Notes. 2012 Aug 4;5:410. doi:10.1186/1756-0500-5-410. PMID: 22862831; PMCID: PMC3475032.

2011

  1. Kundu S*, Subodh S. Gradient sensing in vectorialchemotaxis – a novel role for Reactive Oxygen Species. International Journal of Trends in Medicine. 2011 1; 54-59.

2002

  1. Singh N, Khanna N, Sharma H, Kundu S, Azmi S. Insights into the molecular mechanism of apoptosis induced by TNF-alpha in mouse epidermal JB6-derived RT-101cells. BiochemBiophys Res Commun. 2002 Jul 5;295(1):24-30. PMID:12083761
 

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Positions held

Position

Subject/Work

University/Institution

Year

Assistant Professor

Biochemistry

All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS),
Ansari Nagar, New Delhi 110029

10/2019 -

Associate Professor

Biochemistry

Army College of Medical Sciences (ACMS),
Brar Square, Delhi Cantt., New Delhi – 110010

2015-2018

Dr. Baba SahebAmbedkar Medical College and Hospital (BSAMCH), Govt. of NCT of Delhi, Rohini, Delhi 110085 2018-2019

Assistant Professor

Biochemistry

Army College of Medical Sciences (ACMS),
Brar Square, Delhi Cantt.,New Delhi – 110010

2009-2014

Scientist ‘D’ (Medical)

Program Officer

Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR),
V. RamalingaswamiBhawan,

Ansari Nagar, New Delhi 110029

07-10/2019

Senior Level Consultant

Program Director

Information Technology Research Academy (ITRA),
Digital India Corporation (formerly Media Lab Asia),
Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology,

C-DOT campus, New Delhi 110030
2016-2017

Research Consultant

Computational Biology

India Research Labs (IRL) IBM 2002-2003

Research Associate/Fellow/Scientist

PostDoctoral work

International Center for Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology (ICGEB)

05-10/2014

National Institute of Immunology (NII) 2005-2008
ICMR-National Institute of Pathology (NIOP) 2003-2004
Indian Institute of Technology Delhi (IITD) 01-05/2002

Dr. Pramod Kumar Gautam

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Name of Faculty Member: Dr. Pramod Kumar Gautam

Designation: Assistant Professor

Address: Room No 3027-B, Teaching block, Department of Biochemistry, 
                All India Institute of Medical Sciences, Ansari Nagar, New Delhi-110029

Official Phone: 011-26546514

Email id: यह ईमेल पता spambots से संरक्षित किया जा रहा है. आप जावास्क्रिप्ट यह देखने के सक्षम होना चाहिए. ; यह ईमेल पता spambots से संरक्षित किया जा रहा है. आप जावास्क्रिप्ट यह देखने के सक्षम होना चाहिए.

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Short Biography

Academic Details

Degree

Subject

University/ Institution

Year

B.Sc.

Chemistry, Botany, Zoology

D. D. U. Gorakhpur University, Gorakhpur

2004

M.Sc.

Biochemistry

V.B.S.PU. Jaunpur

2006

Ph.D.

Biochemistry

Banaras Hindu University

2014

 

 

Positions held:

Position

Department

University/ Institution

Dates

Assistant Professor

Biochemistry

AIIMS, New Delhi

December2016-present

Post Doc Fellow

Biochemistry

Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi

2014-2016

 

GRANTS AND FELLOWSHIPS:

  • 2016-DST Research Grant (ongoing)

Award/Honors

  • Best Poster Presentation Awarded, International Symposium on Cancer Biology, Nov 14-16, 2011, National Institute of Immunology, New Delhi, India.
  •  DST Inspire Faculty award in the year 2016

 

Membership of Society

  • Life Member of The Science Advisory Board
  • Life member of the Indian Immunology Society
  • Member of the International Society of Exercise and Immunology
  •  Member of the American Academy of Allergy, Asthma & Immunology (AAAI).
  • Member of the Clinical Immunological Society.

o   Life Member of Cancer Immunotherapy (CIMT), Germany

    Editorial Board Membership

  • RED FLOWER PUBLICATION Ltd In the 2016
  • Member of Editorial Board of IRA publication form 2016

 

Research Focus of the Lab

  • Modulating and targeting HSP70 in lymphoma
  • Implication of Nanoparticles-Peptide Complex in Cancer Therapy
    • Targeting Stem cell for immunotherapy
    • Developing HSP based diagnostic Kit for Pre-stage of diagnosis of diseases.
    • Targeting cell  based ( Mɸ/DCs/NK cell/Treg)  immunotherapy

 

Positions Available

We are seeking applications from motivated, goal-oriented individuals with excellent academic background and having their own fellowships. Candidates with experience in Immunology/ Cancer Biology/Immunotherapy/ Drug delivery are encouraged to contact and send their CV along with a cover letter at  यह ईमेल पता spambots से संरक्षित किया जा रहा है. आप जावास्क्रिप्ट यह देखने के सक्षम होना चाहिए.

 Key publications

  1. Gautam PK, Deepak P, Kumar S, Acharya A. Role of macrophage in tumor microenvironment: prospect in cancer immunotherapy. Euro. J. Inflammation. (2013) 10(1): 1-14.
  2. Gautam PK, Maurya BN, Kumar S, Deepak P, Kumar S Jr, Tomar MS, Acharya A Progressive growth of a murine T cell lymphoma alters population kinetics and cell viability of macrophages in a tumor-bearing host. Tumor Biol.  (2013). 34:827–836.
  3. Kumar S, Deepak P, Kumar S, Gautam PK, Acharya A.  A benzophenanthridine alkaloid, chelerythrine induces apoptosis in vitro in a Dalton’s Lymphoma.. J Cancer Res Ther. (2013) 9(4):693-700.
  4. P. K. Gautam & Arbind Acharya. Morphological effects of autologous hsp70 on peritoneal macrophages in a murine T cell lymphoma. Tumor Biol., (2013). 34:3407–3415.
  5. Pramod K. Gautam & Arbind Acharya Suppressed expression of homotypic multinucleation, extracellular domains of CD172α (SIRP-α) and CD47 (IAP) receptor in TAMs up-regulated by Hsp70-peptide complex in Dalton’s lymphoma.. Scan J Immunol.,(2014). 80; 22-35.
  6. Pramod Kumar Gautam & Arbind Acharya. Antigenic Hsp70–peptide upregulate altered cell surface MHC class I expression in TAMs and increases anti-tumor function in Dalton’s lymphoma bearing mice.  Tumor Biol., (2015). 36:2023–2032.
  7. Pramod K. Gautam & Arbind Acharya Antigenic Hsp70-peptide upregulate altered suppressed expression of docking receptor ICAM-1 in TAMs increases in Dalton's lymphoma bearing mice.. IJRST., (2015)., 5(III) :86-105.
  8. Pramod K. Gautam & Arbind Acharya Suppressed expression of CD80 (b7.1) and CD86 (b7.2) receptors in tams up-regulated by autologous hsp70– peptide complex in dalton’s lymphoma bearing balb/c mice IJRST., (2015)., 5(III):106-127.
  9. Pramod Kumar Gautam, Sanjay Kumar, Arbind Acharya. Non-mammalian Animals as Experimental Models for Modern Scientific Research. IJAREAS. (2015). 67-76.
  10. Sanjay Kumar, Pramod Kumar Gautam, Munendra Singh Tomar, Arbind Acharya. CD28 mediated T cell responses is upregulated by exogenous application of autologous hsp70-peptide complex intumor bearing mice. Immunol Res (2016) 64:313–323.

Ongoing projects:

  1. Role of Macrophage in the regulation of Bone and Blood forming stem cell and progenitor cells migration and development” (DST Funded)2017-07-31

Dr. Rakhee Yadav

Name of Faculty Member: Dr. Rakhee Yadav

Designation: Assistant Professor

Address: Room No. 3027B, Department of Biochemistry, Third Floor, Main Teaching Block, AIIMS, New Delhi-110029

Official Phone: 011-26546514

Email id: यह ईमेल पता spambots से संरक्षित किया जा रहा है. आप जावास्क्रिप्ट यह देखने के सक्षम होना चाहिए.

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Academic Details

Degree

Subject

University/ Institution

Year

MBBS

 

Pt. BD Sharma PGIMS, MD University, Rohtak, Haryana

1998-2003

MD

Biochemistry

PGIMS, Rohtak, Pt BD Sharma University of Health Sciences, Rohatk, Haryana

2008-2011

 

Positions held

 

Position

Department

University/ Institution

Dates

Senior Resident

Biochemistry

VMMC and Safdarjung Hospital, New Delhi

08/08/2011- 12/01/2014

Assistant Professor

Biochemistry

SGT Medical College and Hospital; SGT University, Gurgaon (Haryana)

16/01/2014- 09/11/2016

Assistant Professor

Biochemistry

AIIMS, New Delhi

21/11/2016 onwards

 

Notable Awards and Society Memberships

  • Permanent member of AMBI (Association of Medical biochemists of India)
  • Life member of the International Forum of Teachers (IFT) of the UNESCO Chair in Bioethics (Haifa).
  • Trained on Medical Laboratories Quality Management System and Internal Audit as per ISO:15189 at National Institute of Training for Standardization, Bureau of Indian Standards.

Research Focus of the Lab

Presently the area of my interest is to elucidate the underlying cellular mechanisms contributing towards the chronic inflammatory state via the activation of an array of overlapping metabolic and inflammatory cross-talks in the adipose tissue of the obese individuals.

Obesity is a major problem worldwide that increases the risk for a wide range of diseases like diabetes and cardiovascular diseases. The reason why obesity is so closely associated with inflammation and insulin resistance is not completely understood.

An increased Endoplasmic Reticulum (ER) stress in obese individuals may be one of the underlying causes of the inflammatory state and insulin resistance in this metabolically dynamic and complex tissue. So, my current projects cater towards exploring the role of ER stress in obesity induced adipose tissue dysfunction and inflammation

Positions Available (Add a note if you are interested in taking JRF/SRF/Research trainees/MBBS summer fellows)

Applications from motivated, goal-oriented individuals with excellent academic background and experience in molecular biology and immunology having their own fellowships are welcome.

Key publications

  1. Bansal SK, Yadav R. A study of the extended lipid profile including Oxidized LDL, Small dense LDL, Lipoprotein (a) and Apolipoproteinsin the assessment of cardiovascular risk in hypothyroid patients. Journal of Clinical and Diagnostic Research 2016; 10(6): BC04-BC08.
  2. Yadav R, Bansal SK, Karunanand B, Pasha EH, Kumar B, Shastry SP. Association of Thyroid Disorders with the Hormones of Anterior Pituitary in Female Infertility. Annals of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine 2016; 3(4): A340-A346.
  3. Bansal SK, Yadav R, Tanwar R, Chitkara A, Khurana N. Non-Conventional Lipid Parameters for the Assessment of Cardiovascular Risk in Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus Patients in North India. Indian Journal of Health Sciences and Care 2016; 3(2): 49-54.
  4. Ghalaut VS, Yadav R, Dahiya K, Abrol P, Ghalaut PS, Dhankhar R. Levels Of Homocysteine, Folic Acid And Vitamin B12In Patients With Paediatric Acute Lymphoblastic Leukaemia. Australasian Medical Journal 2012; 5(4): 245-246.
  5. Yadav R, Verma SK, Bhartiya JP, Nandkeoliar MK. Changing Trends In Diagnostic Criteria Of Diabetes Mellitus: An Overview. Int  J Pharma Bio Sci 2013 Apr;4(2): 434-444.
  6. Yadav R, Verma SK, Bhartiya JP, Nandkeoliar MK. The Evaluation OfSerum Amylase In The Patients Of Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus, With A Possible Correlation With The Pancreatic Functions. J Clin Diagnostic Res. 2013;7(7):1291-1294.
  7. Yadav R, Bansal SK, Karunanand B, Yadav BK, Arora J. A Comparative Study of Methods of Estimation of LDL-Cholesterol: Direct vs Friedewald’s Formula and Their Impact on Risk Assessment for Coronary Artery Diseases. Indian Journal of Health Sciences and Care 2015;2(1):30-5.

Dr.Riyaz Ahmad Mir

Name of Faculty Member: Dr.Riyaz Ahmad Mir

Designation: Assistant Professor

Address: 3rd floor Dept. of Biochemistry(Room no 3027-B)

Official Phone:01126546514

Email id: यह ईमेल पता spambots से संरक्षित किया जा रहा है. आप जावास्क्रिप्ट यह देखने के सक्षम होना चाहिए.

Academic Details

Degree

Subject

University/ Institution

Year

B.Sc.

Zoology, Botany, Chemistry, English

University of Kashmir

Hazratbal Srinagar

2002

M.Sc.

Biochemistry

University of Kashmir

Hazratbal Srinagar

2004

Ph.D

Biochemistry

AIIMS New Delhi

2011

 

Positions held:

 

Position

Department

University/ Institution

Dates

Postdoc Research Associate

Genetics Cell Biology and Anatomy

University Of Nebraska Medical Center Omaha NE,USA

2011-2014

Senior Research Associate

Genetics Cell Biology and Anatomy

University Of Nebraska Medical Center Omaha NE,USA

2014-2016

Assistant Professor

Biochemistry

AIIMS New Delhi

Nov2016—present

 

Awards and Society Memberships

Carl Storm international Diversity Fellowship (2009).

Research Focus of the Lab

The research focus of my lab is to understand how molecular chaperones regulate cell cycle , and how this machinery is disrupted during cancer. Another area of my research is how oncoproteins disrupt chaperone function.

Positions Available

Candidates with their own fellowship are welcome to join my lab

Key publications

  1. MohdSaleem Dar, Paramjeet Singh, Riyaz A. Mir,Mohd Jamal Dar.(2017) “Βeta­cateninN­terminaldomain:An enigmatic region prone to cancer causing mutations” Mutation Research Reviews in Mutation Research 773 : 122-33.
  2. Olou AA, Sarkar A, Bele A, Gurumurthy CB, Mir RA, Ammons SA, Mirza S, Saleem I, Urano F, Band H, Band V.(2017) “Mammalian ECD protein is a novel negative regulator of the PERK arm of unfolded protein response.”Mol Cell Biol Epubahead of print.
  3. Riyaz A. Mir, Jeff Lovelace, Nicholas P. Schafer, Peter D. Simone, AdmirKellezi, Carol Kolar, GaelleSpagnol,Paul L. Sorgen, Hamid Band, Vimla Bandand Gloria  E.O.Borgstahl. (2016) “Biophysical characterization and modeling of human Ecdysoneless (ECD) protein supports a scaffolding function.” AIMS BIOPHYSICS 3 (1): 146-162
  4. Mir RA, Bele A, Mirza S, Srivastava S, Olou A, Ammons SA, Kim JH, Gurumurthy CB, Qiu F, Band H, Band V. (2015) “A novel interaction of ECD protein with R2TP complexcomponent RUVBL1 is required for the functional role of ECD in cell cycle progression”.Mol Cell Biol.36(6):886-99.
  5. 5.      Belle A, Mirza S, Zhang Y, Ahmad Mir R, Lin S, Kim JH, Gurumurthy CB, West W, Qiu F, Band H, Band V. (2015)“The cell cycle regulator ecdysoneless cooperates with H-Ras to promote oncogenic transformation of human mammary epithelial cells”.Cell Cycle.14(7)990-1000
  6. 6.      Chaturvedi NK, Mir RA, Band V, Joshi SS, Guda C (2014)“Experimental validation of predicted subcellular localizations of human proteins”. BMC Res Notes 7:992-997
  7. Romsha Kumar, VishwasTripathi, Syed M Andrabi, NeeraNath, Riyaz A Mir, Shyam S Chauhan, KalpanaLuthra.CXCR7 mediated Giα independent activation of ERK and Akt promotes cell survival and chemotaxis in T cells. (Cell Immunol.  2012; 272(2): 230-41)
  8. Riyaz A Mir, Shyam.S Chauhan.Down regulation of a matrix degrading cysteine protease cathepsin L, by acetaldehyde: role of C/EBPα (PloS One2011; 6(6): e20768).
  9. Shivani Mittal, Riyaz A Mir, and Shyam S. Chauhan. Upregulation of human cathepsin L expression by transcriptional regulatory mechanism. (Biol. Chem.2011; 392(5):405-13).
  10. Riyaz A Mir*, R Katara *, A AShukla, N Singh,Shyam.SChauhan.Wild   Type p53-Dependent Transcriptional up Regulation of Cathepsin L Expression is mediated by C/EBPα in Human Glioblastoma Cells. (Biol Chem. 2010; 391(9):1031-40) * Equal authorship.

 

Dr. Pragyan Acharya

Left to right: K. David Raja, Dr. Pragyan Acharya, AkshayMunjal

 

Address: Room No. 3002,

                Teaching Block,

               AIIMS, New Delhi-29.

Phone:011- 26546431

Email id:dr.pragyan.acharyaATgmail.com

Social media links: https://in.linkedin.com/in/pragyan-acharya-40599b16

Academic Details:

Degree

Subject

University/ Institution

Year

Ph.D.

Biochemistry

Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore

2011

M.S.

Biological Sciences (specialization Biochemistry)

Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore

2004

B.Sc. (H)

Biochemistry

Sri Venkateswara College, Delhi University

2001

 

 

Positions held:

 

Position

Department

University/ Institution

Dates

Assistant Professor

Biochemistry

AIIMS, New Delhi

October 2015-present

Visiting fellow

NIAID

National Institutes of Health, USA

February 2012-October 2015

 

 

GRANTS AND FELLOWSHIPS:

  • 2016-DST Early Career Award
  • 2016 AIIMS- Intra Mural Grant
  • Grant for 2017 EMBO Global Exchange Lecture Course entitled Malaria Genomics and Public Health.

AWARDS AND HONORS

  • Fellows Award for Research Excellence 2015- sponsored by the NIH Scientific Directors, the Office of Intramural Training & Education and FelCom/NIH.
  • Fellowship in the Khorana Nirenberg Scholars Program (US-India Career Transition Award- sponsored by DBT, India and NIH, USA) 2011
  • Ranbaxy Science Scholar 2010
  • Integrated Ph.D. Fellowship by Indian Institute of Science: 2001-2009 

SOCIETY MEMBERSHIP

Indian Society of Translational Research

 

Research Focus of the Lab

The research focus of our laboratory is the identification of metabolite, protein and nucleic acid based biomarkers that have diagnostic or prognostic value in different diseases. At the moment, we are studying the following conditions specifically-

(1) Celiac disease- biomarker identification through proteomics approaches.

(2) Organ Failure in Acute-on-chronic liver failure: biomarker identification through metabolomics approaches.

(3) Severe P. falciparum and P. vivax malaria: A systems biology approach towards understanding pathogenesis and identifying metabolite biomarkers of severe disease.

When it is appropriate, the mechanisms of disease pathogenesis will also be explored.

 

List of Lab members (Including technicians and attendants)

1. K. David Raja, M.Sc. Student

2.AkshayMunjal, M.Sc. Student

3.Poornima Gola, Technician

 

Positions available currently:

  • 1 motivated JRF is required to work on the project titled “Investigating the association of Purine Salvage Pathway with Severe Malaria Outcomes”.
  • I am happy to consider short term trainees.

 

Key publications

 

Research Papers 

1. Acharya P, Chaubey S, Grover M, Tatu U. An Exported Heat Shock Protein 40 Associates with Pathogenesis-Related Knobs in Plasmodium falciparum Infected Erythrocytes. PLoS One. 2012;7(9):e44605. Epub 2012 Sep 7.

2. Acharya P*, Pallavi R*, Chandran S, Dandavate V, Sayeed SK, Rochani A, Acharya J, Middha S, Kochar S, Kochar D, Ghosh SK, Tatu U. Clinical proteomics of the neglected human malarial parasite Plasmodium vivax. PLoS One. 2011;6(10):e26623.  Epub 2011 Oct 20. PubMed PMID: 22028927; PubMed Central PMCID: PMC3197670.*These authors have contributed equally.

3. Acharya P*, Pallavi R*, Chandran S, Chakravarti H, Middha S, Acharya J, KocharS,  Kochar D, Subudhi A, Boopathi AP, Garg S, Das A, Tatu U. A glimpse into the clinical proteome of human malaria parasites Plasmodium falciparum    and    Plasmodium    vivax.    Proteomics    Clin    Appl.    2009 Nov; 3(11):1314-25. doi: *These authors have contributed equally.

Selected as “Editor’s Choice” in Science (2010) Vol. 327, pp 13.

4. Pallavi  R*,  Acharya  P*,  Chandran  S,  Daily  JP,  Tatu  U.  Chaperone expression profiles correlate with distinct physiological states of Plasmodium falciparum in malaria patients. Malar J. 2010 Aug 19;9: 236. PubMed PMID: 20719001. *These authors have contributed equally.

 5. PesceER,  Acharya P, Tatu U, Nicoll WS, Shonhai A, Hoppe HC, Blatch GL. The Plasmodium falciparum heat shock protein 40, Pfj4, associates with heat shock protein 70 and shows similar heat induction and localisation patterns. Int J Biochem Cell Biol. 2008;40(12):2914-26. Epub 2008 Jul 12.

 

Reviews

1. Acharya P, Kumar R, Tatu U. Chaperoning a cellular upheaval in malaria: heat shock proteins in Plasmodium falciparum. MolBiochemParasitol. 2007 Jun;153(2):85-94.

 

Book Chapters

1. Duffy P E,  Acharya P and Oleinikov A. Cytoadherence of the Malaria Parasite. Encyclopedia of Malaria. Springer Publications. (Accepted 2014)

2. Acharya P, Grover M and Tatu  U.Systems  Biology  of   Malaria  in Encyclopedia of Systems Biology. Springer Publications. 2013.

 

 

1. K. David Raja, M.Sc. Student

 

I did my graduation from Deshbandhu College, DU. I am trying to establish plasma derived nucleic acids as a source of biomarkers in Acute Chronic Liver Failure (ACLF). My current hobby is playing football and reading comics.

 

2. Akshay Munjal, M.Sc. Student

I did my graduation from Deshbandhu College, DU. I am trying to establish appropriate biomarkers for celiac disease using proteomics. My hobby is gardening. My field of interests is protein expression, purification and interaction studies.

 

3. Poornima Gola: Technician

Poornima helps with the general running of the lab and participates in indenting for materials and organizing help for the lab. She likes to read.

 

 

 

 

 

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