|Prof Surajit Bhattacharyya is currently in the School of Biological Sciences since 2005. He received his Bachelor degree in Agricultural Sciences from India, Master in Biotechnology from India and Ph.D. degrees from the Indian Institute of Science, India respectively. His research interests include Strutural Biology using NMR spectroscopy, and drug design. He has done significant research work his research areas and published over 23 top quality international conference and journal papers. He has been often invited as a referee and reviewer for a number of premier journals, including Biochemistry, Langumur, Biopolymers, BBA etc.|
- NMR Microspectroscopy Using Microprobe Chips
- Solution structures of peptides and protein fragments in complex with lipopolysaccharide by nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) spectroscopy : Towards a rational development of anti-sepsis drugs
- Stability, folding and interactions of the sterile alpha-motifs (SAM Domains) from signaling cascades of yeast
- Structure and Dynamics of Membrane active Viral Proteins by NMR Spectroscopy
- Structures and Interactions of Potent Antimicrobial Peptides with Lipopolysaccharide
- The molecular and structural bsis of leukocyte b2 integrins signalling
- A Bhunia, A, Ramamoorthy, S, Bhattacharjya. (2009). Helical Hairpin Structure of a Potent Antimicrobial Peptide MSI-594 in Lipopolysaccharide Micelles by NMR. Chemistry - A European Journal, .
- A. Bhunia, H. Mohanram, P.N. Domadia, J. Torres, and S. Bhattacharjya. (2009). Designed beta-boomerang antiendotoxic and antimicrobial peptides: Structures and activities in lipopolysaccharide. Journal of Biological Chemistry, .
- A Bhunia, H Mohanram, S Bhattacharjya. (2009). NMR structural studies of the Ste11 SAM domain in the dodecyl phosphocholine micelle. Proteins: Structure, Function, and Bioinformatics, 74, 328-343.
- A, Bhunia, H, Mohanram, S, Bhattacharjya. (2009). Lipopolysaccharide bound structures of the active fragments of fowlicidin-1, a cathelicidin family of antimicrobial and antiendotoxic peptide from chicken, determined by transferred nuclear Overhauser effect spectroscopy. Biopolymers: Peptide Science, 92, 9-22.
- A Bhunia, X, Tang, H, Mohanram, S Tan, S, Bhattacharjya. (2009). NMR solution conformations and interactions of integrin L2 cytoplasmic tails. Journal of Biological Chemistry, 284, 3873-3884.