T. Bagchi - CV

                                       Dr. T. Bagchi

                                       Professor of Immunology                  


Education      : M.Sc Biochemistry in 1977        

                              M.Sc Cell Biology in 1986

                              Ph.D Veterinary Medical Sciences

                              (Immunology) in 1990

Date of Birth : November 17, 1953

Contact : (0265)-2794396; 2357073             My Research Lab


Email : mailforbagchi@yahoo.com; bagchi@msubiotech.ac.in

Research interest :

Probiotics - Studying molecular basis of host bacteria interactions.

Tuberculosis - Studies on vaccines/diagnostics.

Immunobiology - Lipid rafts in macrophage-bacteria interactions, antigen presentation in autoimmune diseases, mesenchymal stem cells.

Publications  :

  1. Bam Marpe and Bagchi, T. (2009) Absence of TRP-2 (tyrosine related protein-2/dopachrome tautomerase) transcripts in PBMCs from vitiligo patients. Scandinavian Journal of Immunology.  (accepted).
  2. Rana, S.K. and Bagchi, T. (2008) Partial sequence analysis of VP1 of Indian isolates of foot-and-mouth disease virus type Asia-1. Virus Genes  37 : 60-68.
  3. Rana, S.K. and Bagchi, T (2008) Development and characterization of monoclonal antibodies against FMD  virus type Asia-1 and determination of antigenic variation in the field strains. Vet. Immunol. Immunopath.  122 : 241-249.
  4. Naazneen Surti, sachin Naik, Tamishraha Bagchi., B.S. Dwarkanath and Ambikandan Misra (2008) Intracellular delivery of nanoparticles of an antiasthmatic drug. AAPS PharmSciTech  9 : 217-223.
  5. Surti, N., Naik, S., Bagchi, T. and Misra, A.N. (2007) Assessment of in vitro  antiproliferative activity after intracellular drug delivery from wheat germ agglutinin-conjugated budesonide nanoparticles. J. Biomed. Nanotechnol.  3 : 1-7.
  6. Pranav, J. Shah, Viral V. Jogani, Pushpa Mishra, Anil K Mishra, Tamishraha Bagchi and Ambikanandan R, Misra (2007) Role of 99mTc-mannitol and 99mTc-PEG in the assessment of Paracellular integrity of cell monolayers. Nuclear Medicine Communications  28:653-659.
  7. Shah, P., Jogani, V., Mishra, P., Mishra, A.K., Bagchi, T. and Misra A.N. (2008) In vitro assessment of ascyclovir permeation across cell monolayers in the presence of absorption enhancers. Drug Development and Industrial Pharmacy. 34(3) : 279-288.
  8. Shah, P., Jogani, V., Mishra, P., Mishra, A.K., Bagchi, T. and Misra, A.N. (2007) Modulation of ganciclovir intestinal absorption in presence of absorption enhancers. J. Pharmaceutical Sciences. 96 : 2710-2722.
  9. Shajil, E.M., Chatterjee, S., Agrawal, D., Bagchi, T. and Begum, R. (2006) Vitiligo : Pathomechanisms and genetic polymorphism of susceptible genes. Ind. J. Exp. Biol.  44 : 526-539.
  10. Shah, P., Jogani, V., Bagchi, T. and Misra, A.N. (2006) Role of Caco-2 cell monolayers in prediction of intestinal drug absorption. Biotechnology Progress  22: 186-198.
  11. Bagchi, T. (2000)  Partial purification of Cry 1A toxin-binding proteins from Helicoverpa armigera  larval midgut. World Journal of Microbiology and Biotechnology  16 : 635-640.
  12. Gupta, S.K., Bagchi, T., Deshmukh, U., Gupta, R., Bagavant, H and Shamim, M. (1992) Monoclonal antibodies : their production and applications - a review. Proc. Indian  Natl.  Sci. Acad.  58(1) : 41-56.
  13. Roop, R.M., Jeffers, G., Bagchi, T., Walker, J., Enright, F.M. and Schurig, G.G. (1991) Experimental infection of goat fetuses in utero with a stable rough mutant of Brucella abortus. Research in Veterinary Science.  51 : 123-127.
  14. Schurig, G.G., Roop. R,M., Bagchi, T., Boyle, S., Buhrman, D. and Sriranganathan, N. (1991) Biological properties of RB51: a stable rough strain of Brucella abortusVeterinary Microbiology  28 : 171-188.
  15. Roop, R.M., Moore, D.P., Bagchi, T. and Schurig, G.G. (1987) Rapid identification of smooth Brucella  species with a monoclonal antibody. J. Clinical Microbiology  25 : 2090-2093.
  16. Bagchi, T., Larson, D.E. and Sells, B.H. (1987) Cytoskeletal association of muscle-specific mRNAs in differentiating L6 rat myoblasts. Experimental Cell Research  168 : 160-172.

Membership :

bullet Life member of Society of Biological Chemists (India)
bullet Life member of Association of Microbiologists of India

Conferences/Workshops/Talks attended (Last 5 years) :

  1. Emerging trends in molecular biology, Medicine and diagnosis, Vadodara, 2004.
  2. Lecture series on "Protein Delivery and Challenges" TIFAC-CORE, Vadodara, 2004.
  3. International symposium on molecular medicine, Comed Biotech, Vadodara 2003.
  4. International symposium on molecular biology, allergy and immunology, Sun Pharmaceuticals, Vadodara 2002.
  5. International symposium on molecular medicine, Sun Pharmaceuticals, 2000.
  6. Society of Biological Chemists (India) Dept. of Microbiology and Biotechnology centre, Annual meeting 1999.

Research Projects :

Sr. No. Project Title Funding Agency Period
1 Study of Lactobacillus adhesion to caco-2 cells Dept. of Biotechnology, New Delhi 2006-2009
2 PCR based CTL assay for screening recombinant MTB antigens. Dept. of Biotechnology, New Delhi 2007-2010
3 Study of Bacillus thruringiensis toxin-larval gut protein interaction towards development of a more effective biopesticide Department of Science and Technology, New Delhi 2003-2006
4 Molecular analysis of H. armigera  susceptibility to Bacillus thuringiensis  toxin. Department of Science and Technology, New Delhi 1996-1999
5 Development and characterization of monoclonal antibodies against Brucella abortis  and Blue tongue virus NDDB, Anand 1998-2002
6 Purification and Characterization of larval midgut receptor specific for Bacillus thuringiensis  toxin M.S. University of Baroda, Vadodara 1994

Copyright 2002
Bioinformatics Centre , Dept. of Microbiology and Biotechnology Centre
M.S. University of Baroda, Baroda, India 390002 Phone:91-0265-2794396 , Fax: 91-265-2792508

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