Synthetic Biology publications
COMPUTATIONAL / EXPERIMENTAL
19. tREPs - a new class of functional t RNA encoded peptides
ACS Omega 2022, 7, 22, 18361–18373 (Chakrabarti A et al)
18. Building Biofoundry India: Challenges and Path Forward
Synth. Biol (Oxf) 2021, 6(1):y`sab015 (Panda & Dhar)
17. Exploring the potential of genome editing CRISPR-Cas9 technology
Gene. 2017: 599, 1-18 (Singh V et al)
16. Novel group-based QSAR and combinatorial design of CK-1δ inhibitors as neuroprotective agents
BMC Bioinformatics. 2016: 17(Suppl 19):515 (Joshi K et al)
15. Systems and Synthetic Biology
Springer, 2015, Singh & Dhar
14. Functional Annotation of Novel Peptides Generated from the non-expressing genome of D. melanogaster
Bioinformation 2017: 13(1):17-20 (Varughese D et al)
13. Making novel proteins from pseudogenes
Bioinformatics. 2015: 31(1):33-9 (Shidhi PR et al)
12. In silico study of peptide inhibitors against BACE
Sys. Synth.Biol. J. 2015 9: 67-72 (Raj N et al)
11. Computational identification of novel microRNAs and their targets in the malarial vector A. stephensi
Sys & Synth.Biol J 2015: 9: 11-7 (Krishnan R et al)
10. Metabolic Engineering of Biosynthetic Pathway for Production of Renewable biofuels
Appl Biochem Biotechnol 2014: 172, 1158-1171 (Singh V et al)
9. Discovering Novel Anti-Malarial peptides from the Not-coding genome - A Working Hypothesis
Curr Synth Sys Biol 2013, 1:1 (Joshi M et al)
8. Synthetic biology and biomediated synthesis of organic chemicals
In the “Impact of scientific developments on the chemical weapons convention” IUPAC technical report.
Smallwood K, Trapp R, Mathews R, Schmidt B, Sydnes LK, 2013, (Dhar PK)
7. Will recombinant DNA technology become obsolete?
Nature India, Dec 2012 (Dhar PK)
6. Emerging trends in synthetic biology.
In the “Trends in Science and Technology Relevant to the Biological & Toxin Weapons Convention”.
US National Academies of Sciences. 2011, ISBN-13:978-0-309-20929-8, (Dhar PK)
5. Synthetic Biology in India and Japan.
In the “Synthetic Biology from Science to Governance” European Science Commission meeting, Brussels.
2010 (Dhar PK). The report described our work “potentially ground breaking”
4. Hacking the genetic code.
Nature India, Aug 2011 (Dhar PK)
3. Making a genome.
Nature India, April 2011 (Dhar PK)
2. Building momentum for systems and synthetic biology in India.
Sys Syn Biol. 2010: 4, 237-40. (Krishnan R et al)
1. Synthesizing non-natural parts from natural genomic template
J. Biol. Engg. 2009: 3, 2 (Dhar PK et al)
7. Synthetic biology and biodiversity
Asian Biotech Dev. Review 2022: 24 (1), 81-88 (Sharma et al)
6. Navigating the technology landscape in Synthetic Biology
Asian Biotech Dev. Review 2021: 23 (3), 13-21 (Verma & Dhar)
5. Regulating risks in synthetic biology
Asian Biotech Dev. Review 2021: 23 (3)101-112 (Sathyarajan S et al)
4. Running and managing shared resources for scientific research: A model from biofoundry.
Asian Biotech Dev. Review 2021: 23 (accepted, Panda & Dhar)
3. What is Synthetic Biology?
Asian Biotech Dev Review 2021: 23 93), 5-12 (Das & Dhar)
2. Synthetic Biology and the responsible futures.
BioVoice 2016: 2, 28-30 (Dhar PK et al)
1. Exploring the Future of Synthetic Biology in India and its probable pathways from Infancy to Maturity.
Curr Synthetic Sys Biol 2013, 1: 106 (Singh & Dhar)