UM-DAE-CEBS Publications 2022

1 Curcumin, a potential initiator of apoptosis via direct interactions with Bcl-xL and Bid
S. Singh, C. A. Barnes, J. S. D’Souza, R. V. Hosur and P. Mishra
PROTEINS: Structure, Function, and Bioinformatics, 90 (2022) 455-464.

2 Strategic optimization of conditions for the solubilization of GST-tagged amphipathic
helix-containing ciliary proteins overexpressed as inclusion bodies in E. coli.
A. A. Shendge and J. S. D’Souza Microbial Cell Factories, 21 (2022) 258.

3 Editorial : Heterologous protein expression and production platforms: The how, now and wow of it.
Volume II J. S. D'Souza, S. B Ghag and Dong-Yup Lee
Bioengineering and Biotechnology, 2 (2022) 1222.

4 Editorial: Non-apoptotic cell death mechanisms and their therapeutic significance
M. Lopus, J. S. D'Souza and R. Aneja
Front Cell Dev Biol, 10 (2022) 990285.

5 Proteomic and metabolomic profiling combined with in vitro studies reveal the
antiproliferative mechanism of silver nanoparticles in MDA-MB-231 breast carcinoma cells
J. G. Nirmala, K. Meher and M. Lopus J. Mat. Chem. B., 10 (2022) 2148-2159.

6 Ashwagandha-polyphenols-functionalized gold nanoparticles facilitate apoptosis
by perturbing microtubule assembly dynamics in breast cancer cells
K. Meher, H. Paithankar, R. V. Hosur and M. Lopus J. Drug Deliv. Sci. Tech., 70 (2022) 103225.

7 Targeting disorders in unstructured and structured proteins in various diseases
S. Choudhary, M. Lopus and R. V. Hosur
Biophys. Chem., 281 (2022) 106742.

8 In vitro characterization and molecular dynamic simulation of shikonin
as a tubulin-targeted anticancer agent
G. Radha, P. K. Naik and M. Lopus Comput. Biol. Med., 147 (2022) 105789.

9 Ashwagandha : A potential source for cancer therapeutics
K. Meher and M. Lopus
Scientific India, 10 (2022) 12-19.

10 Shooting cancer with magic bullets: Promises and challenges of antibody-drug conjugates.
M. Lopus
Resonance, 7 (2022) 1127-1130.

11 Algal polysaccharide’s potential to combat respiratory infections caused by Klebsiella
pneumoniae and Serratia marcesceens biofilms J. Vishwakarma, B. Waghela, B. Falcao and S. L. Vavilala
Appl. Biochem. Biotechnol., 194 (2022) 671-693.

12 Ebselen’s potential to inhibit planktonic and biofilm growth of Neisseria mucosa
S. A. Shaikh, K. I. Priyadarsini and S. L. Vavilala
Curr. Chem. Biol., 16 (2022) 61-69.

13 Molecular insights into the jasmonate signaling and associated defense responses
against wilt caused by Fusarium oxysporum L. B. Fernandes and S. B. Ghag
Plant Physiol. Biochem., 174 (2022) 22-34.

14 Genome-wide in silico characterization and stress induced expression analysis
of BcL- 2 associated athanogene (BAG) family in Musa spp.
A. Dash and S. B. Ghag Scientific Reports, 12 (2022) 625.

15 In silico insight of cell-death-related proteins in photosynthetic cyanobacteria.
S. B. Ghag and J. S. D’Souza
Arch. Microbiol. 204 (2022) 511.

16 Selenium and platinum compounds in cancer therapy:
Potentiality of their progeny as future chemotherapeutics
K. I. Priyadarsini and V. K. Jain Curr. Chem. Biol., 16 (2022) 1-11.

17 Unravelling the molecular interactions of diselenodipropionic acid (DSePA)
with human serum albumin (HAS) S. A. M. Shaikh, S. L. Gawali, V. K. Jain and K. I. Priyadarsini
New J. Chem., 46 (2022) 10560-10567.

18 Electronic effects of ligand on the core of tetraorganodistannoxanes
N. Kushwah, A. Wadawale, G. Kedarnath, K. R. S.
Chandrakumar and V. K. Jain Polyhedron, 226 (2022) 116074.

19 peri-N-amine-perylenes, with and without phenyl bridge:
Photophysical studies and their OLED applications S. J. N. Dixit, C. V. Gupta, G. S. Naidu,
S. Bose and N. Agarwal J. Photochem. Photobio. A: Chem., 426 (2021) 113710-113718.

20 Ultrafast dynamics of photoinduced electron transfer
in bay-aryl-substituted perylene diimide derivatives
S. J. N. Dixit, S. Chacko, B. Manna and N. Agarwal J. Phys. Chem. B, 126 (2022) 5908-5919.

21 Voltage tuneable white light generation from combined
emission of monomer and electromer in phenanthroimidazole based OLED
C. V. Gupta, S. J. N. Dixit, N. Agarwal and S. Bose. J. Photochem. Photobio. A: Chem., 429 (2022) 113922.

22 Understanding the partitioning of polyamines in micelles
and delivery to the carrier protein: Thermodynamic approach
Tinku, A. K. Prajapati and S. Choudhary J. Mol. Liquids, 346 (2022) 118303.

23 A thermodynamic approach to understand the partitioning
of tetracycline family antibiotics in individual and mixed micellar systems
Tinku and S. Choudhary J. Chem. Thermodyn., 165 (2022) 106664.

24 Functional foods and bioactive compounds in the
management of neurodegenerative diseases: editorial
S. Choudhary Int. J. Food Sci. Technol., 57 (2022) 1440-1441.

25 Physicochemical insights into the micelle-based drug-delivery
of bioactive compounds to the carrier protein
Tinku, P. Gautam and S. Choudhary New J. Chem., 46 (2022) 19124.

26 Thiolate-assisted copper(I) catalyzed C–S cross coupling
of thiols with aryl iodides: scope, kinetics and mechanism
S. P. Bakare and M. Patil, New. J. Chem., 46 (2022) 6283 - 6295.

27 In vitro, in vivo and in silico rationale for the muscle loss due to therapeutic drugs
used in the treatment of Mycobacterium tuberculosis infection
S. Pathak, N. Deori, A. Sharma, S. Nagotu and A. Kale J. Biomol. Struct. Dynam., 40 (2022) 44-60.

28 Dynamics in condensed phase for systems involving
functions obeying Gaussian statistics
A. Samanta and S. K. Ghosh J. Indian Chem. Soc., 99 (2022) 100290. 29.

29 Some approximate formulae from the ancient times
S. G. Dani
The Mathematics Consortium Bulletin, 3 (2022) 23-32.

30 Diophantine approximation with nonsingular integral transformations
S. G. Dani
Mathematical Research Letters, 28 (2021), 1661-1677.

31 Two pioneering nineteenth century Indian contributors to the history of mathematics,
S. G. Dani
The mathematics Consortium Bulletin, 4 (2) (2022) 1.

32 Emergence of an island of extreme nuclear isomerism at high excitation near 208Pb
S. G. Wahid, S. K. Tandel, S. Suman, P. C. Srivastava, A. Kumar, P. Chowdhury, F. G.
Kondev, R. V. F. Janssens, M. P. Carpenter, T. Lauritsen, D. Seweryniak and S. Zhu Physics Letters B, 832 (2022) 137262.

33 Isomers in 203Tl and core excitations built on a five-nucleon-hole structure
V. Bothe, S. K. Tandel, S. G. Wahid, P. C. Srivastava, B. Bhoy, P. Chowdhury, R. V. F. Janssens,
F. G. Kondev, M. P. Carpenter, T. Lauritsen, D. Seweryniak and S. Zhu, Physical Review C, 105 (2022) 044327.

34 Toxic and carcinogenic constituents of jewellery in the Indian
retail market determined using x-ray fluorescence
N. Rathore and S. K. Tandel X-Ray Spectrometry, 51 (2022) 2.

35 Level structure in the transitional nucleus 215Fr K. Yadav, A. Y. Deo, Madhu, Pragati, P. C. Srivastava,
S. K. Tandel, S. G. Wahid, S. Kumar, S. Muralithar, R. P. Singh, I. Bala, S. S. Bhattacharjee,
R. Garg, S. Chakraborty, S. Rai and A. K. Jain Physical Review C, 105 (2022) 034307.

36 Evolution of nuclear structure through isomerism in 216Fr Madhu, K. Yadav, A. Y. Deo, Pragati, P. C. Srivastava,
S. K. Tandel, S. G. Wahid, S. Kumar, S. Muralithar, R. P. Singh, I. Bala, S. S. Bhattacharjee, R. Garg, S. Chakraborty,
S. Rai and A. K. Jain, Physical Review C, 105 (2022) 034308.

37 Successive neutron alignments in the yrast, negative-parity band of oblate-deformed 199Tl
S. Suman, S. K. Tandel, S. G. Wahid, Manu T., M. Hemalatha, B. Maheshwari, A. K. Jain, P. Chowdhury, R. V. F. Janssens,
F. G. Kondev, M. P. Carpenter, T. Lauritsen and D. Seweryniak Physical Review C, 106 (2022) 024316.

38 Detection of nitrogenous and nitro-aromatic compound with thin
gold films roughened by cold argon plasma as SERS-active substrate
V. Awasthi, R. Goel, P. Rai, S. K. Dubey. Surface and Interfaces 28 (2022) 10156

39 Subpicosecond pre-plasma dynamics of a high contrast, ultraintense laser-solid interaction
A. Dulat, C. Aparajit, A. Choudhary, A. D. Lad, Y. M Ved, B. S. Paradkar, G. R. Kumar
Optics Letters, 47 (2022) 5684.

40 AstroSat observation of X-ray dips and state transition
in the Black Hole candidate MAXI J1803-298 A. Jana, S. Naik, G. K. Jaisawal, B. Chhotaray,
N. Kumari and S. Gupta Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, 511 (2022) 3922-3936.

41 Intranight variability of ultraviolet emission from powerful blazars
K. Chand, G. Krishna, A. Omar, H. Chand, S. Mishra, P. S. Bisht and S. Britzen
Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, 511 (2022) L13 – L18.

42 The twin radio galaxy TRG j104454+354055
G. Krishna, R. Joshi, D. Patra, X. Yang, L. C. Ho, P. J. Wiita and A. Omar
Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, 514 (2022) L36 - L40.

43 Discovery of x-shaped morphology of the giant radio galaxy 0503-286
P. Dabhade and G. Krishna
Astronomy & Astrophysics, 660 (2022) L10.

44 X-Shaped radio galaxy 3C 223.1: A ‘double boomerang’ with an anomalous spectral gradient
G. Krishna and P. Dabhade
Astronomy & Astrophysics, 663 (2022) L8.

45 Persistence of blazar state in flat-spectrum radio quasars
K. Chand and G. Krishna
Monthly Notices of the Royal Astron. Soc., 516 (2022), L18.

46 The radio source in Abell 980: A detached-Double-Double Radio Galaxy?
G. Krishna, S. Paul, S. Salunkhe and S. Sonkamble
Publications of the Astron. Soc. Australia, 39 (2022), e049.

47 Deciphering the ultra-steep-spectrum diffuse radio sources discovered in the cool-core cluster Abell 98
S. Salunkhe, S. Paul, G. Krishna; S. Sonkamble and S. Bhagat
Astronomy & Astrophysics, 664 (2022) 186.

48 A Study on the scattering of matter waves through slits
H. Singh and A. Bhagwat
Eur. Phys. J. Plus, 137 (2022) 1161.

49 Changes in the Near-surface Shear Layer of the Sun
H. M. Antia and S. Basu
Astrophysical Journal, 924 (2022) 19.

50 Improve background model for the large area X-ray proportional counter (LAXPC)
instrument on board AstroSat H. M. Antia, P. C. Agrawal, T. Katoch, R. K. Manchanda, K. Mukerjee and P. Shah
The Astrophysical Journal Supplement Series, 260:40 (2022) 7 pages.

51 Experimental evidence for oe production following neutron transfer in the 13C + 93Nb system
H. Kumawat, V. V. Parkar, T. N. Nag, R. Tripathi, V. Jha, S. Santra and S. Kailas.
Physical Review C, 105 (2022) 024611.

52 Elastic scattering and boron, lithium, and oe- particle production in the 9Be + 51V reaction
H. Kumawat, M. Prasanna, V. V. Parkar, C. joshi, A. Kundu, A. Pal, K. Ramachandran, S. Sutta, S. Santra and S. Kailas.
Physical Review C, 106 (2022) 024602.

53 Fusion systematics for weakly bound nuclei using neutron flow and collective degrees of freedom
S. Appannababu, V. V. Parkar, V. Jha and S. Kailas.
Physical Review C, 106 (2022) 054612.

54 Inclusive oe production for the 6Li + 51V system
C. Joshi, H. Kumawat, V. V. Parkar, D. Dutta, S. V. Suryanarayana, V. Jha, R. K. Singh, N. L. Singh and S. Kailas.
Physical review C, 105 (2022) 034615.

55 RAD@home citizen science discovery of an active galactic nucleus spewing a large unipolar radio bubble on to its merging companion galaxy
A. Hota, P. Dabhade, S. Vaddi, C. Konar, S. Pal, M. Gulati, C. S. Stalin, C. K. Avinash, A. Kumar, M. Rajoria and A.Purohit
MMNRAS, 517 (2022) L86-L91.

Papers in Press

1 Tryptone-stabilized silver nanoparticles’ potential to mitigate planktonic and biofilm growth forms of Serratia marcescens
P. Pandey, K. Meher, B. Falcao, M. Lopus and V. L. Sirisha
J Biol Inorg Chem, 10.1007/s00775-022-01977-w.

2 Combating planktonic and biofilm growth of Serratia marcescens by repurposing ebselen
A. S. Shaukat, P. Bharti, K. I. Priyadarsini and V. L. Sirisha
Int Microbiol, (2022),

3 Designing Climate-Resilient Crops for Sustainable Agriculture: A Silent Approach
S. B. Ghag, A. Anshu, M. V. Rajam and P. Suprasanna
J. Plant Growth Regul, (2022), DOI:

4 Nano-ayurvedic medicine and its potential in cancer treatment
M. Lopus
J. Integr. Med., Doi: 10.1016/j.joim.2022.12.001.

5 Brieva-Rook approximation for the central Exchange potential revisited
Wasi Haider, Syed Rafi, J. R. Rook and A. Bhagwat
Pramana: Journal of Physics, (2022).

Book Chapter

1 Omics technologies and breeding of horticultural crops
S. B. Ghag, T. R. Ganapathi, S. Mohan Jain, and P. Suprasanna
In: Omics in Horticultural Crops. Chapter 5. Academic Press (2022) 75-90.


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