ICMR - NICED


ICMR-National Institute of Cholera and Enteric Diseases

आई सी एम आर - राष्ट्रीय कॉलरा और आंत्र रोग संस्थान

Department of Health Research, Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, Government of India
स्वास्थ्य अनुसंधान विभाग, स्वास्थ्य और परिवार कल्याण मंत्रालय, भारत सरकार

NICED : Scientists

Dr. Sandipan Ganguly

Dr. Sandipan Ganguly

Dr. Sandipan Ganguly is the Senior Research Officer in Division of Parasitology. Previously he was a Post Doctoral Faculty in Saint Louis University School of Medicine for two years. He is a Chemistry Major (1996) and Biochemistry post graduate (1998) from University of Calcutta. Dr. Ganguly has acquired his PhD degree also from University of Calcutta and has joined NICED in 2005.

His publications include many scientific papers in renowned International journals, one cover page photograph and one book chapter. He has attended more than 17 National and 15 International symposiums and workshops and presented papers on various infectious diseases issues.

Dr. Ganguly has been working on various aspects of enteric parasitology with special emphasis on molecular and cellular aspects of pathogenesity in these parasites. His major present focus is on the molecular analyses of rRNA biogenesis, mechanism of its formation and its use as a drug target in Giardiasis. Study the effects of oxidative stress on microaerophilic Giardia at its cellular, genome, proteome and metabolomic level, molecular diagnosis of enteric parasites, molecular epidemiology of Coccisides and other enteric parasites in immunocompromized patients. He has visited Gunma University, Keio University, Tokai University and Okayama University, Japan under JICA training program in 2007 and National Institute of Health, Bethesda, Maryland, USA in 2008.

He is an invited lecturer and paper setter and examiner in several Universities like Departments of Microbiology, Zoology, Environmental sciences, Calcutta University. West Bengal University of Technology. Guide for PhD students from University of Calcutta, Utkal University, Jadavpur University. He is a member of The Indian Science Congress Association, Society for Biological Chemists, India, Indian Society for Parasitology, India and Immunology study group, West Bengal, India.

He has achieved several prestigious awards of National and International repute including the Young Scientist Award (2003) from International Union of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology (IUBMB) and presented his work during 2nd Human Proteomics and 19th International Congress of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology in Montreal, Canada. Dr. Ganguly has been awarded by DST Fast track Young Scientist Award (2005-2006) from Department of Science and Technology, Govt. of India and Sir Sriram Award (2007-2008) from National Academy of Medical Sciences, India. He has also been awarded by the Best Poster Award in 15th National Congress of Parasitology, in 2001 at Jodhpur, India and Best Poster Award in Frontiers in Molecular Biology in 2003 at Kolkata.

Dr. Ganguly is an invited expert to deliver radio talks in All India Radio on topics of public interest in infectious gastrointestinal diseases. He has conducted several training programs and workshops including CDC International workshop on diarrheal parasites (2008) for doctors and researchers. He has attended several training courses in molecular biology, immunology, cell biology, biotechnology and bioinformatics and participated in several investigations on infectious diseases and parasitic diarrhea. He is an invited reviewer of National and International journals like Parasitology International.

General Information
Name Dr. Sandipan Ganguly
Educational Qualification M.Sc., Ph.D.
Designation Scientist E
Division Parasitology
Specialization Molecular Biology
Date of joining ICMR 19th October 2005
Email : gangulys@icmr.org.in , sandipanganguly@hotmail.com

Profile

Research Experience

Dr. Sandipan Ganguly is presently working as Scientist E, Department of Parasitology at ICMR-NICED. His Post-Doctoral training is from Saint Louis University, USA, Gunma University and Keio University, Japan. He has been working on various aspects of enteric parasitology with special emphasis on molecular and cellular aspects of pathogenicity in enteric parasites and rational drug designing and targeting. His publications include more than 45 scientific papers in renowned International journals, one cover page photograph and nine book chapters. He is life member of The Indian Science Congress Association, Society for Biological Chemists, Indian Society for Parasitology, Indian Academy of Tropical Parasitology, and Indian Society for Translational Research. He is a guide of more than 10 PhD students from India, and Indian guide and teacher for the Howard Hughes Medical Institute Science for Life Extramural Program, USA and trained molecular biology students from Florida University, USA in his lab at NICED..

Research Interests

The main focus of his work is to study different molecular and cellular aspects of biochemistry in enteric parasites. Which can be used for rational drug designing and targeting in different systems. Studies on these aspects will be useful in future for fighting against very primitive but extant gastrointestinal disease like giardiasis, amoebiasis etc. His present focus is on pathogenicity and drug targeting in Giardiasis, pathogenic detection of Entamoeba from high resolution sequencing, new molecular diagnosis and molecular epidemiology of Coccidians and other enteric parasites. He is also involved in Soil Transmitted Helminth prevalence mapping in India and its research.

Membership/ Fellow of Professional Societies/ Associations

  • Indian Society for Parasitology
  • The Indian Science Congress Association
  • Society for Biological Chemists, India
  • Indian Academy of Tropical Parasitology.
  • Indian Society for Translational Research.

Awards:

  • Awarded Merit Scholarship in All India Science Aptitude and Talent Search Test in 1984
  • Awarded Merit Scholarship in All India Science Aptitude and Talent Search Test in 1988.
  • Awarded the Best Presentation Award in 15th National Congress of Parasitology, October 2001, Jodhpur, India.
  • Awarded Best Presentation Award in Frontiers in Molecular Biology organized by Department of Biophysics and Molecular Biology, University of Calcutta. 2003.
  • Awarded Young Scientist Award by International Union of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, Montreal, Canada in 2003.
  • Awarded DST Fast Track Young Scientist Award 2005-2006.
  • Sir Sriram award from National Academy of Medical Sciences for the year 2007-2008.
  • Top Reviewer Honor (2009-10) from Parasitology International journal published by Elsevier.
  • Recipient of Bharat Jyoti Award for the year 2011.
  • Recipient of Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation Keystone Symposia on Drug discovery in Parasitic Diseases Travel award for 2012.
  • Recipient of Mother Teresa Gold Medal Award for outstanding achievement and service in the field of health research.
  • Recipient of Glory of India Award for outstanding achievement and service in the field of health research.
  • All India Radio interviews as a resource person on different infectious diseases from 2007 till date.

Affiliation to Scientific and Technical Committees/Forums:

  • Reviewer of different peer reviewed International Journals viz. Parasitology International, Epidemiology and Infection, Chemotherapy, Indian Journal of Gastroenterology etc.
  • Advisory committee member of Department of Microbiology at Saint Xavier’s College, Kolkata (Autonomous).
  • Govt. of India expert committee member under Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, Government of India for conducting STH Mapping and deworming program in India. 2014.
     

Projects

Extramural

  • State wise prevalence mapping of soil transmitted helminthes in Indian children to support health impact evaluation. A ministry of health and family welfare, Govt. of India initiative through NCDC. Funded by WHO and DTWi
  • Differential pathogenesis of Giardia: Role of Giardia Virus. Funded by: National Institute of Infectious Diseases, Japan.
  • Identification and Molecular Characterization of Common Enteric Parasites in Kolkata with Special Reference to Entamoeba spp. Funded by ICMR
  • Characterization of the Pathogenic Factors of Local Isolates of Giardia lamblia. Funded by ICMR
  • Isolation and molecular characterization of Tenascin in Giardia and its role in pathogenicity. Funded by CSIR.
  • Human pulmonary paragonimiasis in crab eating communities and smear negative suspected TB cases from some states of India. Funded by ICMR (Co-PI)

Intramural

  • Isolation and genetic characterization of local enteric protozoan isolates and comparison with reference strains
  • Identification and molecular characterization of common enteric parasites from active surveillance in an infectious disease hospital, Kolkata.

Finished Projects

  • Studies on the Redox Homeostasis and antioxidant signaling in Giardia lamblia. Funded by Okayama University, Japan
  • Oxidative stress regulation in microaerophilic Giardia lamblia. Funded by: Okayama University, Japan
  • Surveillance of Diarrhoeal Disease in the ID Hospital Kolkata.(Co PI). Funded by: Okayama University, Japan
  • Study the prevalence and genetic characterization of Entamoeba histolytica reference strains from Kolkata, India. Funded by: Japan Health Sciences Foundation, Japan.
  • To study the presence of common enteric parasites found during regular hand washing. Funded by: Research Foundation of City University of New York, USA.
  • Studies on helminthic infections in children among different communities in West Bengal. Funded by: Children International, Kansas City, USA.
  • Studies on rRNA processing in Giardia Lamblia. Funded by: Department of Science and Technology, India.
  • Studies on Differential Expression of High Oxygen Induced Proteins in Giardia lamblia. Funded by: Okayama University, Japan.
  • Incidence of Cryptosporidium in Children among different hospitals in Kolkata. Funded by: Emerging and Reemerging Infectious Diseases and Disease Surveillance - CDC, USA.
  • Role of phosphoinositides in intracellular trafficking of Giardia lamblia (Co PI). Funded by: Council of Scientific and Industrial Research, India.
  • Studies on Lipid signaling, involving Apoptosis, under Oxidative Stress in Giardia lamblia. Funded by CSIR.

Students

  • JRF - Mr. Sanjib Kr. Sardar, Ms. Ajanta Ghosal, Mr. Md. Maimoon Maruf, Mr. Tapas Haldar.
    SRF - Mrs. Rituparna Sarkar.

Awards

  • Awarded Merit Scholarship in All India Science Aptitude and Talent Search Test in 1984
  • Awarded Merit Scholarship in All India Science Aptitude and Talent Search Test in 1988.
  • Awarded the Best Presentation Award in 15th National Congress of Parasitology, October 2001, Jodhpur, India.
  • Awarded Best Presentation Award in Frontiers in Molecular Biology organized by Department of Biophysics and Molecular Biology, University of Calcutta. 2003.
  • Awarded Young Scientist Award by International Union of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, Montreal, Canada in 2003.
  • Awarded DST Fast Track Young Scientist Award 2005-2006.
  • All India Radio interviews as a resource person on different infectious diseases from 2007 till date.
  • Resource person & technical expert in Laser Scanning Confocal Microscopy, FLIM, FCS etc. at different Govt. Research Organizations across India.
  • Sir Sriram award from National Academy of Medical Sciences for the year 2007-2008.
  • Top Reviewer Honor (2009-10) from Parasitology International journal published by Elsevier.
  • Reviewer of different peer reviewed International Journals viz. Parasitology International, Epidemiology and Infection, Chemotherapy, Indian Journal of Gastroenterology etc.
  • Advisory committee member of Department of Microbiology at Saint Xaviers College, Kolkata (Autonomous).

Travel to foreign countries to attend conference/ meetings :

  • Participated and presented a research paper on "Role of pyruvate in oxidative stress relief in Giardia" in the "Annual Asian-African Research Forum" organized by the Japan Initiative for Global Research Network on Infectious Diseases held in Sendai, Japan during January 20-22, 2014.
  • Participated and presented a research paper in Okayama University Forum for Emerging Enteric Diseases in Okayama, Japan during January 24-25, 2014.
  • Participated in International Congress of Parasitology" held in Mexico City, Mexico during August 10-14, 2014, and presented a paper entitled "Surveillance and genetic diversity of enteric parasites in Kolkata."
  • Invited participation in a short term training on "Axenization of Enteric Protists" at Dept. of Parasitology in the National Institute of Infectious Diseases (NIID), Tokyo during Jan 14th-27th 2016.
  • Invited participation and presentation of research work in "Japan India Bilateral Meeting on the collaborative research projects" and the International Seminar on Infectious Diseases at the National Institute of Infectious Diseases (NIID), Tokyo during Jan 25th-27th 2016.
  • Invited participation in a short term training on "drug efficacy against enteric protozoa" from December 13th to 15th 2017 and presentation of the results on the joint research project on the enteric protozoan infections at Dept. of Parasitology in the National Institute of Infectious Diseases (NIID), Tokyo.
  • Participated in International Congress of Parasitology" held in Daegu, Korea during August 19-23, 2018, and presented a paper entitled "Prevalence mapping of Soil Transmitted Helminthes in Eastern and North Eastern India."
  • Invited participation in a short term training on "in vivo testing of chemotherapeutics against Giardia in animal model" from December 18th to 21th 2018 and presentation of the results on the joint research project on the enteric protozoan infections at Dept. of Parasitology in the National Institute of Infectious Diseases (NIID), Tokyo..

Publications

2018

  1. Raj D, P. Chowdhury, R. Sarkar, Y. Saito-Nakano, K. Okamoto, S. Dutta, T. Nozaki, S. Ganguly. 2018. Pyruvate Protects Giardia Trophozoites from Cysteine-Ascorbate Deprived Medium Induced Cytotoxicity. Korean J Parasitol. 56(1):1-9. Pubmed  
  2. Datta SP, K. Jana, A. Mondal, S. Ganguly, S. Sarkar. 2018. Multiple paralogues of α-SNAP in Giardia lamblia exhibit independent subcellular localization and redistribution during encystation and stress. Parasit Vectors. 11(1):539. Pubmed

2017

  1. Ganguly S, A. Malhotra, M. Chowdhuri, A. Ghosal, S.K. Sardar, et al. (2017). Intractable Seizure in a Case of Primary Amoebic Meningoencephalitis caused by the Free Living Amoeba Naegleria Fowleri. Arch Parasitol 1:114. 
  2. Ganguly S, S. Barkataki, S. Karmakar, P. Sanga, K. Boopathi, K. Kanagasabai, P. Kamaraj, P. Chowdhury, R. Sarkar, D. Raj, L. James, S. Dutta, R. Sehgal, P. Jha, M. Murhekar. 2017. High prevalence of soil-transmitted helminth infections among primary school children, Uttar Pradesh, India, 2015. Infect Dis Poverty. 6(1):139. 

2016

  1. Das K., P. Chowdhury, T. Nozaki and S. Ganguly. 2016. Genetic characterization of Entamoeba histolytica reveals a significant association of parasite genotype with disease outcome. J Adv Biotechnol. 6:798-806

2015

  1. Sinha A, A. Ray, S. Ganguly, S. Ghosh Dastidar and S. Sarkar. 2015. Variation in the ribosome interacting loop of the Sec61α from Giardia lamblia. Biol Direct10:56. Pubmed
  2. Das K, P. Chowdhury, S. Ganguly. 2015. Internal Transcribed Spacer 1 (ITS1) based sequence typing reveals phylogenetically distinct Ascaris population. ComputStructBiotechnol J. 13:478-483 Pubmed
  3. Raj D, P. Saini, T. Nozaki, S. Ganguly. 2015. Involvement of pyruvate on oxidative stress management in the microaerophilic protozoan parasite Giardia lamblia. Int J Adv Res 3(4): 1148-1166

2014

  1. Das K, S Ganguly. 2014. Evolutionary genomics and population structure of Entamoebahistolytica. Comp Struc Biotech J 12: 26-33. Pubmed
  2. Patil SR, FB Arnold, AL Salvatore, B Briceno, S Ganguly, JM Colford Jr, PJ Gertler. 2014. The Effect of India's Total Sanitation Campaign on Defecation Behaviors and Child Health in Rural Madhya Pradesh: A Cluster Randomized Controlled Trial. PLoS Med. 26;11(8):e1001709 Pubmed
  3. Mukherjee AK, P Chowdhury, K Rajendran, T Nozaki, and S Ganguly. 2014. Association between Giardia duodenalis and Coinfection with Other Diarrhea-Causing Pathogens in India. Biomed Res Int. 2014;2014:786480. Pubmed
  4. Panda S, AK Deb, MC Sarkar, T Ramamurthy, S Ganguly, P Pradhan, A Chakraborty, S Desai, MD Gupte and R. Dhere. 2014. Factors associated with diarrhoea in young children and incidence of symptomatic rotavirus infection in rural West Bengal, India. EpidemInfec. 142(9):1848-58 Pubmed
  5. Das K, AK Mukherjee, P Chowdhury, R Sehgal, MK Bhattacharya, T Hashimoto, T Nozaki and S Ganguly. 2014. Multilocus sequence typing system (MLST) reveals a significant association of Entamoebahistolytica genetic patterns with disease outcome. Parasitology International 63: 308-314 Pubmed
  6. Raj D, E Ghosh, T Nozaki and S Ganguly. 2014. Differential Gene Expression in Giardia lamblia under Oxidative Stress: Significance in Drug Designing and Eukaryotic Evolution. Gene 535: 131-139. Pubmed

2013

  1. Karmakar S, AK Mukherjee, and S Ganguly. Electroporation of snoRNA in Giardia lamblia. 2013. Global J Bio Agri Health Sci. 2(4):20-21
  2. Ghosh A, S Karmakar, AK Mukherjee, D Raj, K Das, S Sarkar, T Nozaki, and S Ganguly. 2013. The splicosomal protein SnRNP F binds to both U3 and U14 class of snoRNA in Giardia lamblia. Global J Bio Agri Health Sci. 2(3):178-184.
  3. Mukherjee AK, P Chowdhury, K Das, D Raj, S Karmakar and S Ganguly. 2013. Helminth burden among school going children of southern Bengal, India: A survey report. Global J Bio Agri Health Sci. 2(3):189-191
  4. Karmakar S, D Raj and S Ganguly. 2013. Identification of the N-terminal Glycinearginine Rich (GAR) Domain in Giardia lambliaFibrillarin and Evidence of its Essentiality for snoRNA Binding. Int.J. Trop. Dis. Health 3(4): 318-327.
  5. Mukherjee AK, S Karmakar, D Raj and S Ganguly. 2013. Multi-locus Genotyping Reveals High Occurrence of Mixed Assemblages in Giardia duodenalis within a Limited Geographical Boundary. British Microbiology Research Journal, 3(2): 190-197
  6. Khalid IM, KA Talukder, M Aslam, R Haque, S Ganguly, IJ Azmi, MS Hossain, AK Mukherjee, D Raj, I Ahmed, J Kamal, JR Rubino, AN Kamal. 2013. Natural contamination of human hands with enteric parasites in Indian Subcontinent. World J Clin Infect Dis. 3(2): 13-19
  7. Li W, V Cama, FO Akinbo, S Ganguly, NM Kiulia, X Zhang, L Xiao. 2013. Multilocus sequence typing of Enterocytozoonbieneusi: Lack of geographic segregation and existence of genetically isolated sub-populations. Infect Genet Evol. 19;14C:111-119. Pubmed

2012

  1. Pativada M, SM Nataraju, B Ganesh, K Rajendran, T Ramamurthy, S Ganguly, MK Bhattacharya, M Ghosh, N Kobayashi, T Krishnan. 2012. Emerging trends in the epidemiology of human astrovirus infection among infants, children and adults hospitalized with acute watery diarrhea in Kolkata, India. Infection Genetics and Evolution12: 1685-1693 Pubmed

2011

  1. Khan SM, C Debnath, AK Pramanik, L Xiao, T Nozaki and S Ganguly. 2011. Molecular evidence for zoonotic transmission of Giardia duodenalis among dairy farm workers in West Bengal, India. Vet Parasitol. 178: 342-345
  2. Sinha A, S Mandal, S Banerjee, A Ghosh, S Ganguly, A K Sil and S Sarkar. 2011. Identification and Characterization of a FYVE Domain from the Early Diverging Eukaryote Giardia lamblia. Curr Microbiol 62:1179-1184
  3. Nataraju, S. M., M Pativada, D Chatterjee, MK Nayak, B Ganesh, MK Bhattacharya, T Ramamurthy, S Ganguly, DR Saha, K Rajendran, M Ghosh, N Kobayashi, T Krishnan. 2011. Molecular epidemiology of norovirus infections in children and adults: sequence analysis of region C indicates genetic diversity of NVGII strains in Kolkata, India. Epidemiol Infect. 19: 1-9. Pubmed

2010

  1. Mukherjee, A. K., K. Das, M. K. Bhattacharya, T. Nozaki, S. Ganguly. 2010. Trend of Entamoeba histolytica infestation in Kolkata. Gut Pathogens. 2: 12. Pubmed
  2. Nair G. B., T Ramamurthy., M. K Bhattacharya., T Krishnan., S Ganguly., K Rajendran., B Manna., M Ghosh., K Okamoto. and Y. Takeda. 2010. Emerging trends in etiology of diarrheal pathogens in hospitalized cases at the Infectious Diseases Hospital, Kolkata, India. GUT Pathogens. 2:4 Pubmed
  3. Nataraju, S. M., M Pativada, D Chatterjee, MK Nayak, B Ganesh, MK Bhattacharya, T Ramamurthy, S Ganguly, DR Saha, K Rajendran, M Ghosh, N Kobayashi, T Krishnan. 2010. Molecular epidemiology of norovirus infections in children and adults: sequence analysis of region C indicates genetic diversity of NVGII strains in Kolkata, India. Epidemiol Infect. 19: 1-9. Pubmed
  4. Khan, S. M., C Debnath, AK Pramanik, L Xiao, T Nozaki, S Ganguly. 2010. Molecular characterization and assessment of zoonotic transmission of Cryptosporidium from dairy cattle in West Bengal, India. Vet Parasitol. 171: 41-47. Pubmed
  5. Sarkar, S., R Banerjee, S Chanda, P Das, S Ganguly and S Pal. 2010. Effectiveness of inoculation with isolated Geobacillus strains in the thermophilic stage of vegetable waste composting. Bioresource Technology 101: 2892-2895. Pubmed
  6. Khan SM, C Debnath, AK Pramanik, L Xiao, T Nozaki and S Ganguly. 2010. Molecular characterization and assessment of zoonotic transmission of Cryptosporidium from dairy cattle in West Bengal, India. Vet Parasitol. 171: 41-47.
  7. Nair G. B., T Ramamurthy., M. K Bhattacharya., T Krishnan., S Ganguly., K Rajendran., B Manna., M Ghosh., K Okamoto. and Y. Takeda. 2010. Emerging trends in etiology of diarrheal pathogens in hospitalized cases at the Infectious Diseases Hospital, Kolkata, India. GUT Pathog. 2:4
  8. Sarkar S, R Banerjee, S Chanda, P Das, S Ganguly and S. Pal. 2010. Effectiveness of inoculation with isolated Geobacillus strains in the thermophilic stage of vegetable waste composting. Bioresour Technol 101: 2892-2895.

2009

  1. Mukherjee A. K., M. K Bhattacharya.,. M Ghosh., K Rajendran.., and S. Ganguly. 2009. Hospital based surveillance study on the prevalence of Giardia lamblia, Cryptosporidium sp. and Entamoeba histolytica in Kolkata. BMC Research Notes, 2: 110.
  2. Ghosal A., R Bhowmik., R Banerjee., S Ganguly., S Yamasaki., T Ramamurthy., T Hamabata and N. S. Chatterjee. 2009. Characterization and the studies of cellular interaction of native colonization factor CS6 purified from a clinical isolate of enterotoxigenic Escherichia coli. Infect Immun 77: 2125- 2135.
  3. Ghosh, E., A. Ghosh, A. N. Ghosh, T. Nozaki and S. Ganguly. 2009. Oxidative stress induced cell cycle blockage and a protease-independent programmed cell death in microaerophilic Giardia lamblia. Drug Design, Development and Therapy. 3: 1-8.

2008

  1. Ghosh, A., E. Ghosh and S. Ganguly. 2008 Fibrillarin and rRNA processing in enteric parasite Giardia lamblia. Ind J. of Trop Para. 2: 66-74.
  2. Bhowmick, R., A. Ghosal, B. Das, H. Koley, D. R. Saha, S. Ganguly, R. K. Nandy, R. K. Bhadra, N. S. Chatterjee. 2008. Intestinal adherence of Vibrio cholerae involves a coordinated interaction between colonization GbpA and mucin. Infection & Immunity. 76: 4968-77. Pubmed

2007

  1. Dey, R., N. Majumder, S. Bhattacharjee, S. B. Majumdar, R. Banerjee, S. Ganguly, P. Das and S. Majumdar. 2007. Leishmania donovani Induced Ceramide As The Key Mediator of Akt Dephosphorylation In Murine Macrophages: Role of PKC (zeta) And Phosphatase. Infect. Immun. 75: 2136-2142. Pubmed

2006

  1. Das, P., S. Saha Roy, K. Mitra Dhar, P. Dutta, M. K. Bhattacharya, A. Sen, S. Ganguly, S. K. Bhattacharya, A. A. Lal and X. Lihua. 2006. Molecular Characterization of Cryptosporidium spp. in children in Kolkata, India. J. Clin. Microbiol. 44: 4246-4249. Pubmed

2004

  1. Ganguly, S., S. Ghosh, D. Chattopadhyay and P. Das. 2004. Antisense molecular beacon strategy for in situ visualization of snRNA and fibrillarin protein interaction in Giardia lamblia. RNA Biology. 1: 48-53. Pubmed

2003

  1. Ganguly, S., S. Ghosh, D. Chattopadhyay and P. Das. 2003. Localization of fibrillarin and its role in formation of ribonucleoprotein particles with small nuclear RNAs for post-transcriptional modification of rRNA in Giardia lamblia. Mol. Cell. proteomics. 2: 633.
  2. Dasgupta, B., K. Roychoudhury, S. Ganguly, P. K. Sinha, S. Vimal, P. Das and S. Roy. 2003. Antileishmanial drugs cause up-regulation of interferon-gamma receptor 1, not only in the monocytes of visceral leishmaniasis cases but also in cultured THP1 cells. Annals of Trop. Med. Parasitol. 97: 245-257. Pubmed
  3. Sen, P., S. Mukherjee, G. Bhaumik, P. Das, S. Ganguly, N. Choudhury and S. Raha. 2003. Enhancement of catalase activity by repeatitive low grade H2O2 exposure protects fibroblasts from subsequent stress-induced apoptosis. Mut. Res. 529: 87-94. Pubmed
  4. Dasgupta, B., K. Roychoudhury, S. Ganguly, A. Akbar, P. Das and S. Roy. 2003. Infection of human mononuclear phagocytes and macrophage-like thp1 cells with Leishmania donovani results in modulation of expression of a subset of chemokines and a chemokine receptor. Scand. J. Immunol. 57: 366-374. Pubmed

2002

  1. Sengupta, K., PK Ghosh, S Ganguly, P Das, TK Mitra and KN Jalan. 2002. Identification of Entamoeba histolytica antigens in circulating immune complexes in amoebiasis patients. Journal of Health, Population and Nutrition. 20: 215-222. Pubmed

2000

  1. Sengupta, S., A Akbar, P Mukhopadhyay, S Ganguly, P Sen and P Das. 2000. Role of Excretory-Secretory Products of E. histolytica in Human Amoebiasis. Archives of medical research. 31-4: S226-S228. Pubmed
  2. Mukhopadhyay, P., S Sengupta, A Akbar, K Sengupta, S Bhattacharya, A Debnath, S Ganguly and P Das. 2000. Characterization of Plasma Membrane Associated Antigens of Diagnostic and Prophylactic Importance in Entamoeba histolytica. Archives of medical research 31-4: S21-S22. Pubmed

Book Chapters

  1. Dibyendu Raj, Sanjib kumar Sardar and Sandipan Ganguly. Giardia, Giardiasis and its zoonotic transmission. Book Chapter published in Advances in medico veterinary parasitology, an Indian perspective, edited by Arun Yadav, Veena Tandon and S L Hoti, Page 22-40, 2018, Published by Panima Publishing Corporation, New Delhi, India.
  2. Sujit K. Bhattacharya, Ajanta Ghosal, Sudeshna Ganguly, Sandipan Ganguly, Sabahat Azim and Shanta Dutta. Visceral Leishmaniasis. Book chapter published in Leishmania as re emerging disease. Edited by F. Afreen. Page 17-26 . 2018, Published by Intech open, London, UK
  3. Giardia and Giardiasis: An Overview On Recent Developments. Book chapter published in The Handbook of Microbial Bioresources, edited by V K Gupta, G D Sharma, M G Tuohy, R Gaur. Page 211-227, June 2016. Published by CABI, Boston, USA
  4. Ganguly S. Amoebiasis. 2015. Book chapter in Biology of foodborne parasites. Edited by Lihua Xiao, Una Ryan and Yaoyu Feng. Taylor & Francis, USA. 2015
  5. Bhattacharya SK and S Ganguly. Cholera. 2015. Book Chapter in API Textbook of Medicine. Edited by Y P Munjal.
  6. Sandipan Ganguly. Amoebiasis. 2015. Book chapter in Biology of foodborne parasites. Edited by Lihua Xiao, Una Ryan and Yaoyu Feng. Taylor Francis, USA.
  7. Sujit K Bhattacharya and Sandipan Ganguly. Cholera. 2014. Book Chapter in API Textbook of Medicine. Edite by Y P Munjal.
  8. Sandipan Ganguly and Sumallya Karmakar. Electroporation of snoRNA in Giardia lmblia. Microscopy: advances in scientific research and education (A. Mêndez - Vilas, Ed.). Formatex, Spain, 2014
  9. Mukherjee AK, P Chowdhury, MK Bhattacharya, T van Gool, T Nozaki and S Ganguly. 2011. TFT a novel stool collection procedure for enhanced microscopical detection of enteric parasites: First trial among parasite burden population in Kolkata. Book Chapter in Microscopy - Science Technology Applications and Education (MICROSCOPY BOOK SERIES - Number 4), Chapter 295. Published by Formatex, Spain. Editor: A. Mêndez-Vilas, J. Dìaz
  10. Sandipan Ganguly. 2007. Fluorescence Resonance Energy Transfer using molecular beacon as a probe, a new approach for in vivo macromolecular interaction study. Modern Research and Educational Topics in Microscopy, published by Formatex, Spain.

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