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Dr. Sangram Bagh

Associate Professor
Room No : Phase IV(Off), 3122(Lab)
Ext. : 4625
Email id : sangram.bagh[AT]
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  1. Sayak Mukhopadhyay , Kathakali Sarkar, Rajkamal Srivastava, Arijit Pal and Sangram Bagh*(2019)
    In-cell systems chemistry of a molecular genetic IMPLY gate and its integration in a 2- input-2-output integrated logic circuit. Bioconjugate Chemistry  (accepted) *Corresponding author

  2. Kathakali Sarkar, Sayak Mukhopadhyay, Deepro Bonnerjee, Rajkamal Srivastava and Sangram Bagh*(2019) A frame-shifted gene, which rescued its function by non-natural start codons and its application in constructing synthetic gene circuits. Journal of Biological Engineering, 2019 13:20, * corresponding author 
  3. Raktim Roy, Phani P. Shilpa and Sangram Bagh* (2016) A systems biology analysis unfolds the molecular pathways and networks of pathogenic bacteria in space flight and simulated microgravity condition, Astrobiology, 16, 677–689 * corresponding author ( This work has been selected and highlighted as a high impact article by the editorial board of the Astrobiology)
  4. Shounak Baksi, Sangram Bagh, Sandip Sarkar and Debashis Mukhopadhyay (2016) Systemic study of a natural feedback loop in Huntington's disease at the onset of nurodegeneration. 150, 46-51.
  5. Sayak Mukhopadhyay, Rohini Saha, Anbarasi Palanisamy, Madhurima Ghosh, Anupriya Biswas,Saheli Roy, Arijit Pal, Kathakali Sarkar and Sangram Bagh* (2016) A systems biology pipeline identifies new immune and disease related molecular signatures and networks in human cells during microgravity exposure, Scientific Reports, 6:25975, DOI: 10.1038/srep25975, * corresponding author.  (This work is highlighted in Nature India, May 2016, and in Times Of India, June 13, 2016 and in SINP Webpage ).
  6. Kerry Love, Sangram Bagh, Jonghoon Choi, and J. Christopher Love (2013) Microtools for single-cell analysis in biopharmaceutical development and manufacturing, Trends in Biotechnology , 31, 280-286 
  7. Sangram Bagh, Mahuya Mandal, and David R. McMillen (2011). An active intracellular device to prevent lethal viral effects in bacteria. Biotechnology and Bioengineering 108(3): 645-654 (selected as spotlight article, also highlighted in Biotec Vision, March 2011
  8. Jordan Ang, Sangram Bagh, Brian P. Ingalls, and David R. McMillen (2010). Considerations for using integral feedback control to construct a perfectly adapting synthetic gene network. Journal of Theoretical Biology 266(4): 723-738 
  9. Sangram Bagh, Mahuya Mandal, and David R. McMillen (2010). Minimal genetic device with multiple tunable functions. Physical Review E 82(2): 021911
  10.  Sangram Bagh and David R. McMillen (2009) , A synthetic genetic circuit whose signal-response curve is temperature-tunable from band-detection to sigmoidal behaviour Natural Computing, DOI: 10.1007/s11047-009-9167-3 
  11. Sangram Bagh, Mostafizur Mazumder, Ashok B. Movva, Tharsan Velauthapillai, Vandit Sardana, Len H. Lim, and David R. McMillen (2008), Plasmid-borne prokaryotic gene expression: sources of variability and system characterization, Phys Rev. E 77, 021919 (Highlighted in Biological Physicist, April, 2008
  12. Sangram Bagh and Matthew F. Paige (2006), Ensemble and Single-Molecule Fluorescence Spectroscopy of a Calcium-Ion Indicator Dye Journal of Physical Chemistry A, 110, 7057-7066 
  13. Sangram Bagh and Matthew Paige (2005), Construction and application of a Single molecule fluorescence microscope, Canadian Journal of Chemistry, 83, 435-442


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