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Quantitative proteomics of hamster lung tissues infected with SARS-CoV-2 reveal host factors having implication in the disease pathogenesis and severity.

Voddu Suresh, Varshasnata Mohanty, Kiran Avula, Arup Ghosh, Bharati Singh, Rajendra Kumar Reddy, Deepti Parida, Amol Ratnakar Suryawanshi, Sunil Kumar Raghav, Soma Chattopadhyay, Punit Prasad, Rajeeb Kumar Swain, Rupesh Dash, Ajay Parida, Gulam Hussain Syed, Shantibhusan Senapati,

Syrian golden hamsters (Mesocricetus auratus) infected by severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2) manifests lung pathology. In this study, efforts were made to check the infectivity of a local SARS-CoV-2 isolate in a self-limiting and non-lethal hamster model and evaluate the differential expression of lung proteins during acute infection ... Read more >>

FASEB J (FASEB journal : official publication of the Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology)
[2021, 35(7):e21713]

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Zbtb10 transcription factor is crucial for murine cDC1 activation and cytokine secretion.

Shuchi Smita, Arup Ghosh, Viplov Kumar Biswas, Abdul Ahad, Sreeparna Podder, Atimukta Jha, Kaushik Sen, Hans Acha-Orbea, Sunil K Raghav,

Dendritic cell (DC) activation and cytokine production is tightly regulated. In this study, we found that Zbtb10 expression is activation dependent and it is essential for the immunogenic function of cDC1. Zbtb10 knockdown (KD) significantly reduced the expression of co-stimulatory genes CD80 and CD86 along with cytokines including IL-12, IL-6, ... Read more >>

Eur J Immunol (European journal of immunology)
[2021, 51(5):1126-1142]

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SARS-CoV-2 specific immune-signature in direct contacts of COVID-19 cases protect them from contracting disease: A Retrospective Study

Sunil Raghav, Kaushik Sen, Arup Ghosh, Sudeshna Datta, Abdul Ahad, Atimukta Jha, Sanchari Chatterjee, Sandhya Suranjika, Soumya Sengupta, Gargee Bhattacharya, Omprakash Shriwas, Kiran Avula, Jayasingh Kshatri, Punit Prasad, Ajay Parida,

The response to SARS-CoV-2 is largely impacted by the level of exposure and the status of immunity. The nature of protection shown by direct contacts of COVID-19 positive patients is quite intriguing to note. We aimed to study the immune differences reinforcing contact individuals in circumventing the disease. Our observation ... Read more >>

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Potential role of host-mediated RNA editing in intra-host variability of SARS-CoV-2 genomes

Ankit Pathak, Saman Fatihi, Tahseen Abbas, Bharathram Uppili, Gyan Prakash Mishra, Arup Ghosh, Sofia Banu, Rahul Bhoyar, Abhinav Jain, Mohit Kumar Divakar, Mohamed Imran, Mohammed Faruq, Divya Tej Sowpati, Sunil Raghav, Lipi Thukral, Mitali Mukerji,

<h4>ABSTRACT</h4> Since its zoonotic transmission in the human host, the SARS-CoV-2 virus has infected millions and has diversified extensively. A hallmark feature of viral system survival is their continuous evolution and adaptation within the host. RNA editing via APOBEC and ADAR family of enzymes has been recently implicated as the ... Read more >>

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Physiological responses of the green microalga Acutodesmus dimorphus to temperature induced oxidative stress conditions

Kaumeel Chokshi, Imran Pancha, Khanjan Trivedi, Rahulkumar Maurya, Arup Ghosh, Sandhya Mishra,

Temperature is the most critical factor that directly affects the physiological functioning and metabolic activities of any organism. With rising global temperature, understanding the heat stress response of an organism is critically important. In the present study, we investigated differences in the early changes occurring upon heat stress in the ... Read more >>

Physiol Plant (Physiologia plantarum)
[2020, 170(4):462-473]

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Differential mitochondrial genome in patients with Rheumatoid Arthritis.

Kumar Sagar Jaiswal, Shweta Khanna, Arup Ghosh, Prasanta Padhan, Sunil Kumar Raghav, Bhawna Gupta,

<h4>Background</h4>Mitochondria play an important role in cell survival, function and lineage differentiation. Changes in mitochondrial DNA (mtDNA) may control mitochondrial functions and thus may impart an alternative cellular state thereby leading to a disease condition in the body. Rheumatoid arthritis (RA) is a chronic inflammatory autoimmune disease wherein immune cells ... Read more >>

Autoimmunity (Autoimmunity)
[2021, 54(1):1-12]

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Physiological responses of the green microalga Acutodesmus dimorphus to temperature induced oxidative stress conditions.

Kaumeel Chokshi, Imran Pancha, Khanjan Trivedi, Rahulkumar Maurya, Arup Ghosh, Sandhya Mishra,

Temperature is the most critical factor that directly affects the physiological functioning and metabolic activities of any organism. With rising global temperature, understanding the heat stress response of an organism is critically important. In the present study, we investigated differences in the early changes occurring upon heat stress in the ... Read more >>

Physiol Plant (Physiologia plantarum)
[2020, 170(4):462-473]

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PAN-INDIA 1000 SARS-CoV-2 RNA Genome Sequencing Reveals Important Insights into the Outbreak

Arindam Maitra, Sunil Raghav, Ashwin Dalal, Farhan Ali, Vanessa Molin Paynter, Dhiraj Paul, Nidhan Biswas, Arup Ghosh, Kunal Jani, Sreedhar Chinnaswamy, Sanghamitra Pati, Arvind Sahu, Debashis Mitra, Manoj Kumar Bhat, Satyajit Mayor, Apurva Sarin, Yogesh Sauche, Aswin Sai Narain Seshasayee, Dasaradhi Palakodeti, Murali Bashyam, Ajay Parida, Saumitra Das, ,

The PAN-INDIA 1000 SARS-CoV-2 RNA Genome Sequencing Consortium has achieved its initial goal of completing the sequencing of 1000 SARS-CoV-2 genomes from nasopharyngeal and oropharyngeal swabs collected from individuals testing positive for COVID-19 by Real Time PCR. The samples were collected across 10 states covering different zones within India. Given ... Read more >>

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Altered mitochondrial proteome and functional dynamics in patients with rheumatoid arthritis.

Shweta Khanna, Prasanta Padhan, Kumar S Jaiswal, Ankit P Jain, Arup Ghosh, Archana Tripathy, Harsha Gowda, Sunil K Raghav, Bhawna Gupta,

The autoimmune inflammatory disease, Rheumatoid arthritis (RA), has known imbalances in energy metabolism and superoxide levels thus may have an etiology associated with mitochondrial dysfunction. We thus evaluated the presence of a differential mitochondrial proteome as well as other characteristics including mitochondrial mass, membrane potential (Ψm), total cellular ATP and ... Read more >>

Mitochondrion (Mitochondrion)
[2020, 54:8-14]

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BedSect: An Integrated Web Server Application to Perform Intersection, Visualization, and Functional Annotation of Genomic Regions From Multiple Datasets.

Gyan Prakash Mishra, Arup Ghosh, Atimukta Jha, Sunil Kumar Raghav,

A large number of genomic regions, such as transcription factor binding sites (TFBSs) captured from next generation sequencing (NGS) data analyses or those available from the public resource database ENCODE, are generally overlapped to answer a variety of biological questions. Though several command-line tools are available to perform such an ... Read more >>

Front Genet (Frontiers in genetics)
[2020, 11:3]

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Temperature Dependence of the Spin Seebeck Effect in a Mixed Valent Manganite.

Avirup De, Arup Ghosh, Rajesh Mandal, Satishchandra Ogale, Sunil Nair,

We report on temperature dependent measurements of the longitudinal spin Seebeck effect (LSSE) in the mixed valent manganite La_{0.7}Ca_{0.3}MnO_{3}. By disentangling the contribution arising due to the anisotropic Nernst effect, we observe that in the low temperature regime, the LSSE exhibits a T^{0.5} dependence, which matches well with that predicted ... Read more >>

Phys Rev Lett (Physical review letters)
[2020, 124(1):017203]

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Bedsect: An integrated web server application to perform intersection, visualization and functional annotation of genomic regions from multiple datasets

Gyan Prakash Mishra, Arup Ghosh, Atimukta Jha, Sunil Kumar Raghav,

A large number of genomic regions captured during next generation sequencing (NGS) data analyses are generally overlapped to answer a variety of biological questions. Though several command-line tools are available to perform such analysis, there is lack of a comprehensive web server application to perform the genomic region intersections from ... Read more >>

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Barrierless Proton Transfer in the Weak C-H···O Hydrogen Bonded Methacrolein Dimer upon Nonresonant Multiphoton Ionization in the Gas Phase.

Piyali Chatterjee, Arup K Ghosh, Monoj Samanta, Tapas Chakraborty,

Intermolecular proton transfer (IMPT) in a C-H···O hydrogen bonded dimer of an α,β-unsaturated aldehyde, methacrolein (MC), upon nonresonant multiphoton ionization by 532 nm laser pulses (10 ns), has been investigated using time-of-flight (TOF) mass spectrometry under supersonic cooling condition. The mass peaks corresponding to both the protonated molecular ion [(MC)H+] ... Read more >>

J Phys Chem A (The journal of physical chemistry. A)
[2018, 122(25):5563-5573]

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Salinity induced oxidative stress alters the physiological responses and improves the biofuel potential of green microalgae Acutodesmus dimorphus.

Kaumeel Chokshi, Imran Pancha, Arup Ghosh, Sandhya Mishra,

The main aim of the present study was to analyze salinity stress induced physiological and biochemical changes in a freshwater microalgae Acutodesmus dimorphus. During single-stage cultivation, the accumulations of lipids and carbohydrates increased with an increase in an initial salinity of the culture medium. The carbohydrate and lipid accumulations of ... Read more >>

Bioresour Technol (Bioresource technology)
[2017, 244(Pt 2):1376-1383]

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Nitrogen starvation-induced cellular crosstalk of ROS-scavenging antioxidants and phytohormone enhanced the biofuel potential of green microalga Acutodesmus dimorphus.

Kaumeel Chokshi, Imran Pancha, Arup Ghosh, Sandhya Mishra,

<h4>Background</h4>Microalgae accumulate a considerable amount of lipids and carbohydrate under nutrient-deficient conditions, which makes them one of the promising sustainable resources for biofuel production. In the present study, to obtain the biomass with higher lipid and carbohydrate contents, we implemented a short-term nitrogen starvation of 1, 2, and 3 days in ... Read more >>

Biotechnol Biofuels (Biotechnology for biofuels)
[2017, 10:60]

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EumicrobeDBLite: a lightweight genomic resource and analytic platform for draft oomycete genomes.

Arijit Panda, Diya Sen, Arup Ghosh, Akash Gupta, Mathu Malar C, Gyan Prakash Mishra, Deeksha Singh, Wenwu Ye, Brett M Tyler, Sucheta Tripathy,

We have developed EumicrobeDBLite-a lightweight comprehensive genome resource and sequence analysis platform for oomycete organisms. EumicrobeDBLite is a successor of the VBI Microbial Database (VMD) that was built using the Genome Unified Schema (GUS). In this version, GUS has been greatly simplified with the removal of many obsolete modules and ... Read more >>

Mol Plant Pathol (Molecular plant pathology)
[2018, 19(1):227-237]

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Hydrogen bond induced HF elimination from photoionized fluorophenol dimers in the gas phase.

Piyali Chatterjee, Arup K Ghosh, Tapas Chakraborty,

In this paper, we report finding of a remarkable chemical effect of hydrogen bonding, elimination of hydrogen fluoride (HF) from the hydrogen bonded dimers of 2-fluorophenol (2-FP) and 3-fluorophenol (3-FP), in a supersonic jet expansion upon multi-photon ionization using 4th harmonic wavelength (266 nm) of a Q-switched Nd:YAG laser, and ... Read more >>

J Chem Phys (The Journal of chemical physics)
[2017, 146(8):084310]

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EuMicrobedbLite: A lightweight genomic resource and analytic platform for draft oomycete genomes

Arijit Panda, Diya Sen, Arup Ghosh, Akash Gupta, Mathu Malar C, Gyan Prakash Mishra, Deeksha Singh, Wenwu Ye, Brett Tyler, Sucheta Tripathy,

We have developed EuMicrobedbLite A light weight comprehensive genome resource and sequence analysis platform for oomycete organisms. EuMicrobedbLite is a successor of the VBI Microbial Database (VMD) that was built using the Genome Unified Schema (GUS). In this version, the GUS schema has been greatly simplified with removal of many ... Read more >>

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Microalgal biomass generation by phycoremediation of dairy industry wastewater: An integrated approach towards sustainable biofuel production.

Kaumeel Chokshi, Imran Pancha, Arup Ghosh, Sandhya Mishra,

Dairy wastewater collected from local dairy industry was used as a growth media (without any pre-treatment) for the cultivation of microalgae Acutodesmus dimorphus. The level of COD reduced over 90% (from 2593.33±277.37 to 215±7.07mg/L) after 4days of cultivation; whereas, ammoniacal nitrogen was consumed completely (277.4±10.75mg/L) after 6days of cultivation. Dry ... Read more >>

Bioresour Technol (Bioresource technology)
[2016, 221:455-460]

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Trait selection by path and principal component analysis in Jatropha curcas for enhanced oil yield

Sarnam Singh, Aruna Prakash, Arup Ghosh, Candace Wheeler, N.R. Chakraborty, P.K. Agarwal,

Path analysis was done on different morphological, physiological and oil quality traits of 15, six-years old candidate plus trees of Jatropha curcas to assess their direct and indirect effect on oil yield. Principal component analysis was subsequently done to assess the pattern of the variations in characters and segregate the ... Read more >>

(Industrial crops and products.)
[2016, 86:173-179]

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Non-isothermal pyrolysis of de-oiled microalgal biomass: Kinetics and evolved gas analysis.

Rahulkumar Maurya, Tonmoy Ghosh, Hitesh Saravaia, Chetan Paliwal, Arup Ghosh, Sandhya Mishra,

Non-isothermal (β=5, 10, 20, 35°C/min) pyrolysis of de-oiled microalgal biomass (DMB) of Chlorella variabilis was investigated by TGA-MS (30-900°C, Argon atmosphere) to understand thermal decomposition and evolved gas analysis (EGA). The results showed that three-stage thermal decomposition and three volatilization zone (100-400°C, 400-550°C and 600-750°C) of organic matters during pyrolysis. ... Read more >>

Bioresour Technol (Bioresource technology)
[2016, 221:251-261]

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Genetic variability, character association and divergence studies in Jatropha curcas for improvement in oil yield

Sarnam Singh, Aruna Prakash, Arup Ghosh, Candace Wheeler, N. R. Chakraborty, P. K. Agarwal,

KEY MESSAGE: Variability in traits of 15, diverse 6-year-old candidate plus trees of Jatropha curcas was determined to identify the best gain heritable traits correlating with oil yield for Jatropha improvement. Study was carried out on 15 6-year-old candidate plus trees of Jatropha curcas adapted on semi-arid wasteland with an ... Read more >>

Trees (Berl West) (Trees.)
[2016, 30(4):1163-1180]

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Applications of de-oiled microalgal biomass towards development of sustainable biorefinery.

Rahulkumar Maurya, Chetan Paliwal, Tonmoy Ghosh, Imran Pancha, Kaumeel Chokshi, Madhusree Mitra, Arup Ghosh, Sandhya Mishra,

In view of commercialization of microalgal biofuel, the de-oiled microalgal biomass (DMB) is a surplus by-product in the biorefinery process that needs to be exploited to make the process economically attractive and feasible. This DMB, rich in carbohydrates, proteins, and minerals, can be used as feed, fertilizer, and substrate for ... Read more >>

Bioresour Technol (Bioresource technology)
[2016, 214:787-796]

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Hydrolysate of lipid extracted microalgal biomass residue: An algal growth promoter and enhancer.

Rahulkumar Maurya, Chetan Paliwal, Kaumeel Chokshi, Imran Pancha, Tonmoy Ghosh, Gour Gopal Satpati, Ruma Pal, Arup Ghosh, Sandhya Mishra,

The present study demonstrates the utilization of the algal hydrolysate (AH) prepared from lipid extracted residual harmful bloom-forming cyanobacteria Lyngbya majuscula biomass, as a growth supplement for the cultivation of green microalgae Chlorella vulgaris. BG-11 replacements with AH in different proportions significantly affects the cell count, dry cell weight (DCW), ... Read more >>

Bioresour Technol (Bioresource technology)
[2016, 207:197-204]

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[A randomised comparative study of the effect of Airtraq optical laryngoscope vs. Macintosh laryngoscope on intraocular pressure in non-ophthalmic surgery].

Bikramjit Das, Rajiv Kumar Samal, Arup Ghosh, Ratul Kundu,

<h4>Background</h4>We compared intraocular pressure changes following laryngoscopy and intubation with conventional Macintosh blade and Airtraq optical laryngoscope.<h4>Methods</h4>Ninety adult patients were randomly assigned to study group or control group. Study group (n=45) - Airtraq laryngoscope was used for laryngoscopy. Control group (n=45) - conventional Macintosh laryngoscope was used for laryngoscopy. Preoperative ... Read more >>

Rev Bras Anestesiol (Revista brasileira de anestesiologia)
[2016, 66(1):19-23]

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