Dr. Atul Kumar Singh
Dr. Atul Kumar Singh
Senior Scientist, IIT Delhi
Verified email at iitb.ac.in
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Bifunctional polysulfone-chitosan composite hollow fiber membrane for bioartificial liver
RS Teotia, D Kalita, AK Singh, SK Verma, SS Kadam, JR Bellare
ACS Biomaterials Science & Engineering 1 (6), 372-381, 2015
282015
Ovariectomized rats with established osteopenia have diminished mesenchymal stem cells in the bone marrow and impaired homing, osteoinduction and bone regeneration at the …
D Tewari, MP Khan, N Sagar, SP China, AK Singh, SC Kheruka, S Barai, ...
Stem Cell Reviews and Reports 11 (2), 309-321, 2015
282015
A review on herbicide 2, 4-D damage reports in wheat (Triticum aestivum L.)
S Kumar, AK Singh
Journal of Chemical and Pharmaceutical Research 2 (6), 118-124, 2010
222010
Metabolic pathway analysis and molecular docking analysis for identification of putative drug targets in Toxoplasma gondii: novel approach
B Gautam, G Singh, G Wadhwa, R Farmer, S Singh, AK Singh, PA Jain, ...
Bioinformation 8 (3), 134, 2012
212012
Insight into Trichomonas vaginalis genome evolution through metabolic pathways comparison
S Singh, G Singh, N Sagar, PK Yadav, PA Jain, B Gautam, G Wadhwa
Bioinformation 8 (4), 189, 2012
152012
Improved hemodialysis with hemocompatible polyethersulfone hollow fiber membranes: In vitro performance
SK Verma, A Modi, AK Singh, R Teotia, J Bellare
Journal of Biomedical Materials Research Part B: Applied Biomaterials 106 (3 …, 2018
142018
Bioconductive 3D nano-composite constructs with tunable elasticity to initiate stem cell growth and induce bone mineralization
N Sagar, K Khanna, VS Sardesai, AK Singh, M Temgire, MP Kalita, ...
Materials Science and Engineering: C 69, 700-714, 2016
132016
Antibacterial and phyto-chemical analysis of some medicinal plants and their efficacy on multidrug resistant bacteria
S Kumar, AK Singh, SK Verma, R Misra, C Seniya
J. Pure Appl. Microbiol 7, 2191-2204, 2013
112013
Prediction and analysis of paralogous proteins in Trichomonas vaginalis genome
S Singh, G Singh, AK Singh, G Gautam, R Farmer, SS Lodhi, G Wadhwa
Bioinformation 6 (1), 31, 2011
112011
Functionally coated polyethersulfone hollow fiber membranes: A substrate for enhanced HepG2/C3A functions
SK Verma, A Modi, AK Singh, R Teotia, S Kadam, J Bellare
Colloids and Surfaces B: Biointerfaces 164, 358-369, 2018
102018
Porosity and compatibility of novel polysulfone-/vitamin E-TPGS-grafted composite membrane
R Teotia, SK Verma, D Kalita, AK Singh, G Dahe, J Bellare
Journal of Materials Science 52 (20), 12513-12523, 2017
92017
Cross-correlative 3D micro-structural investigation of human bone processed into bone allografts
AK Singh, AL Gajiwala, RK Rai, MP Khan, C Singh, T Barbhuyan, ...
Materials Science and Engineering: C 62, 574-584, 2016
92016
Odanacatib restores trabecular bone of skeletally mature female rabbits with osteopenia but induces brittleness of cortical bone: a comparative study of the investigational …
MP Khan, AK Singh, AK Singh, P Shrivastava, MC Tiwari, GK Nagar, ...
Journal of Bone and Mineral Research 31 (3), 615-629, 2016
92016
3D structure generation, virtual screening and docking of human Ras-associated binding (Rab3A) protein involved in tumourigenesis
SS Lodhi, R Farmer, AK Singh, YK Jaiswal, G Wadhwa
Molecular biology reports 41 (6), 3951-3959, 2014
82014
Islet encapsulated implantable composite hollow fiber membrane based device: a bioartificial pancreas
RS Teotia, S Kadam, AK Singh, SK Verma, A Bahulekar, S Kanetkar, ...
Materials Science and Engineering: C 77, 857-866, 2017
72017
Statistical analysis of differential gene expression profile for colon cancer
SS Lodhi, R Farmer, AK Singh, M Wadhwa, YK Jaiswal, G Wadhwa
NISCAIR-CSIR, India, 2012
32012
Bioglass Based Nano-Materials for Bone Tissue Engineering
P Shrivastava, AK Singh, R Teotia, S Dalai, P Sharma, S Vijayalakshmi, ...
Advanced Science Letters 20 (5-6), 1129-1134, 2014
2014
Membrane for Bioartificial Liver Teotia
BPCCH Fiber
Rohit S, 372-381, 0
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