indranil dasgupta
indranil dasgupta
Professor, University of Delhi south Campus, New Delhi
Verified email at south.du.ac.in
TitleCited byYear
An analysis of the sequence of an infectious clone of rice tungro bacilliform virus, a plant pararetrovirus
JM Hay, MC Jones, ML Blakebrough, I Dasgupta, JW Davies, R Hull
Nucleic acids research 19 (10), 2615-2621, 1991
1521991
Virus-induced gene silencing: a versatile tool for discovery of gene functions in plants
A Purkayastha, I Dasgupta
Plant Physiology and Biochemistry 47 (11-12), 967-976, 2009
1462009
Genetic engineering for virus resistance
I Dasgupta, VG Malathi, SK Mukherjee
Current science 84 (3), 341-354, 2003
1072003
Rice tungro disease is caused by an RNA and a DNA virus
MC Jones, K Gough, I Dasgupta, BLS Rao, J Cliffe, R Qu, P Shen, ...
Journal of General Virology 72 (4), 757-761, 1991
961991
RNA-interference in rice against Rice tungro bacilliform virus results in its decreased accumulation in inoculated rice plants
H Tyagi, S Rajasubramaniam, MV Rajam, I Dasgupta
Transgenic research 17 (5), 897-904, 2008
902008
Rice tungro bacilliform virus DNA independently infects rice after Agrobacterium-mediated transfer
I Dasgupta, R Hull, S Eastop, C Poggi-Pollini, M Blakebrough, MI Boulton, ...
Journal of general virology 72 (6), 1215-1221, 1991
881991
Splicing in a plant pararetrovirus
J Fütterer, I Potrykus, MPV Brau, I Dasgupta, R Hull, T Hohn
Virology 198 (2), 663-670, 1994
711994
Virus-induced gene silencing in rice using a vector derived from a DNA virus
A Purkayastha, S Mathur, V Verma, S Sharma, I Dasgupta
Planta 232 (6), 1531-1540, 2010
692010
A novel approach for developing resistance in rice against phloem limited viruses by antagonizing the phloem feeding hemipteran vectors
P Saha, I Dasgupta, S Das
Plant molecular biology 62 (4-5), 735-752, 2006
632006
Begomovirus research in India: a critical appraisal and the way ahead
BK Borah, I Dasgupta
Journal of biosciences 37 (4), 791-806, 2012
472012
Variation in the genome of rice tungro bacilliform virus: molecular characterization of six isolates
Z Fan, G Dahal, I Dasgupta, J Hay, R Hull
Journal of General Virology 77 (5), 847-854, 1996
451996
Defective interfering DNAs of plant viruses
BL Patil, I Dasgupta
Critical reviews in plant sciences 25 (1), 47-64, 2006
442006
Both Indian cassava mosaic virus and Sri Lankan cassava mosaic virus are found in India and exhibit high variability as assessed by PCR-RFLP
BL Patil, S Rajasubramaniam, C Bagchi, I Dasgupta
Archives of virology 150 (2), 389-397, 2005
402005
Bacilliform DNA‐containing plant viruses in the tropics: commonalities within a genetically diverse group
BK Borah, S Sharma, R Kant, AMA Johnson, DVR Saigopal, I Dasgupta
Molecular plant pathology 14 (8), 759-771, 2013
392013
Biodiversity and recombination of cassava-infecting begomoviruses from southern India
D Rothenstein, D Haible, I Dasgupta, N Dutt, BL Patil, H Jeske
Archives of virology 151 (1), 55-69, 2006
382006
Molecular analysis of two complete rice tungro bacilliform virus genomic sequences from India
N Nath, S Mathur, I Dasgupta
Archives of virology 147 (6), 1173-1187, 2002
382002
Development of SYBR Green I based real-time PCR assays for quantitative detection of Rice tungro bacilliform virus and Rice tungro spherical virus
S Sharma, I Dasgupta
Journal of virological methods 181 (1), 86-92, 2012
372012
Identification of a second begomovirus, Sri Lankan cassava mosaic virus, causing cassava mosaic disease in India
N Dutt, RW Briddon, I Dasgupta
Archives of virology 150 (10), 2101-2108, 2005
362005
Deletion and recombination events between the DNA-A and DNA-B components of Indian cassava-infecting geminiviruses generate defective molecules in Nicotiana benthamiana
BL Patil, N Dutt, RW Briddon, SE Bull, D Rothenstein, BK Borah, ...
Virus research 124 (1-2), 59-67, 2007
352007
Regeneration and Agrobacterium-mediated transformation of a popular indica rice variety, ADT39
H Tyagi, S Rajasubramaniam, I Dasgupta
Current Science, 678-683, 2007
342007
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