Journal Articles

  1. & Morphophysical dynamics of human endometrial cells during decidualization. Nanomedicine: Nanotechnology, Biology and Medicine
  2. & Ultrasensitive environmental assessment of xeno-estrogens in water samples using label-free graphene immunosensors. Analytical Biochemistry 548, 102-108.
  3. & Electrochemical impedence spectroscopy enabled CA125 detection; toward early ovarian cancer diagnosis using graphene biosensors. Journal of Interdisciplinary Nanomedicine 3(2), 82-88.
  4. & Exosomes as Reconfigurable Therapeutic Systems. Trends in Molecular Medicine 23(7), 636-650.
  5. & Chromophores in operative surgery: Current practice and rationalized development. Journal of Controlled Release 249, 123-130.
  6. Polyaniline-graphene based α-amylase biosensor with a linear dynamic range in excess of 6 orders of magnitude. Biosensors and Bioelectronics 85, 395-402.
  7. & Antibody–drug conjugates and other nanomedicines: the frontier of gynaecological cancer treatment. Interface Focus 6(6), 20160054
  8. & Clinical applications of amylase: Novel perspectives. Surgery 160(1), 26-37.
  9. & Polymer therapeutics in surgery: the next frontier. Journal of Interdisciplinary Nanomedicine 1(1), 19-29.
  10. Tumor necrosis factor-α and interferon-γ stimulate MUC16 (CA125) expression in breast, endometrial and ovarian cancers through NFκB. Oncotarget
  11. & A three-dimensional model of primary bovine endometrium using an electrospun scaffold. Biofabrication 7(2), 025010
  12. & Label-free human chorionic gonadotropin detection at picogram levels using oriented antibodies bound to graphene screen printed electrodes. Journal of Materials Chemistry B
  13. & Epitaxial graphene immunosensor for human chorionic gonadotropin. Sensors and Actuators B: Chemical 190, 723-729.
  14. & Suppression of Mediator is regulated by Cdk8-dependent Grr1 turnover of the Med3 coactivator. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 111(7), 2500-2505.
  15. & In vitro growth factor-induced bio engineering of mature articular cartilage. Biomaterials 34(5), 1478-1487.
  16. & Patterning of Antibodies Using Flexographic Printing. Langmuir 28(25), 9878
  17. et. al. Loss of WT1 Expression in the Endometrium of Infertile PCOS Patients: A Hyperandrogenic Effect?. The Journal of Clinical Endocrinology & Metabolism 97(3), 957-966.
  18. & iNOS Activation Regulates β-catenin Association with Its Partners in Endothelial Cells. PLoS ONE 7(12), e52964
  19. Interleukin-1β enhances cartilage to cartilage integration. European Cells and Materials 22, 190-201.
  20. & Atomic force microscopy comes of age. Biol Cell, 133-143.
  21. & Optimized sample preparation for high-resolution AFM characterization of fixed human cells. Journal of Microscopy 240(2), 111-121.
  22. & PAH-Domain-Specific Interactions of the Arabidopsis Transcription Coregulator SIN3-LIKE1 (SNL1) with Telomere-Binding Protein 1 and ALWAYS EARLY2 Myb-DNA Binding Factors. Journal of Molecular Biology 395(5), 937-949.
  23. et. al. MUC1 as a Discriminator between Endometrium from Fertile and Infertile Patients with PCOS and Endometriosis. Journal of Clinical Endocrinology & Metabolism 95(12), 5320-5329.
  24. & Progesterone induces nano-scale molecular modifications on endometrial epithelial cell surfaces. Biology of the Cell 101(8), 481-493.
  25. et. al. L-Selectin ligands in human endometrium: comparison of fertile and infertile subjects. Human Reproduction 24(11), 2767-2777.
  26. & Toll-like receptor and antimicrobial peptide expression in the bovine endometrium. Reproductive Biology and Endocrinology 6(1), 53
  27. & The Transcription Corepressor LEUNIG Interacts with the Histone Deacetylase HDA19 and Mediator Components MED14 (SWP) and CDK8 (HEN3) To Repress Transcription. Molecular and Cellular Biology 27(15), 5306-5315.
  28. & Ultra-high resolution imaging of DNA and nucleosomes using non-contact atomic force microscopy. FEBS Letters 579(7), 1702-1706.
  29. & Transcriptional repression of target genes by LEUNIG and SEUSS, two interacting regulatory proteins for Arabidopsis flower development. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 101(31), 11494-11499.
  30. & Sfl1 functions via the co-repressor Ssn6-Tup1 and the cAMP-dependent protein kinase Tpk2. Journal of Molecular Biology 309(5), 1007-1015.
  31. & The DNA-binding activity of Gal4 is inhibited by methylation of the Gal4 binding site in plant chromatin. The Plant Journal 23(1), 143-157.
  32. Hrs1/Med3 Is a Cyc8-Tup1 Corepressor Target in the RNA Polymerase II Holoenzyme. Journal of Biological Chemistry 275(12), 8397-8403.
  33. & Transcription activation mediated by the bZIP factor SPA on the endosperm box is modulated by ESBF-1 in vitro. The Plant Journal 19(2), 173-181.
  34. The Tup1-Cyc8 Protein Complex Can Shift from a Transcriptional Co-repressor to a Transcriptional Co-activator. Journal of Biological Chemistry 274(1), 205-210.
  35. & Isolation and characterisation of cDNA clones representing the genes encoding the major tuber storage protein (dioscorin) of yam (Dioscorea cayenensis Lam.). Plant Molecular Biology 28(3), 369-380.

Book Chapters

  1. & Nanoscience and Nanotechnology for Human Health. In Nanoscience and Nanotechnology for Human Health. (pp. 359-374). Wiley.