Ph.D., State University of New York at Buffalo, 2008
B.E., University of Roorkee, 1998
Phone: 91-512-2597605 (office)
Our major research interest is molecular dynamics. Here, we attempt to
understand complex biological phenomena from first principles then apply
mathematical analysis to gain insight into how different components of
biological systems interact. From analysis and mathematical modeling, we
answer questions that may be significant for experimentalists.
R. (2017) "Aberration in NFkB-IkB binding may cause two states of NFkB activity", CURRENT SCIENCE 113(11) DOI:10.18520/cs/v113/i11/2168-2174.
R. (2016) "Central role of PI3KSYK interaction in fibrinogen-induced
lamellipodia and filopodia formation in platelets", FEBS Open Bio DOI:10.1002/2211-5463.12149.
R (2016) "Model Predicts That MKP1 and TAB1 Regulate p38α Nuclear Pulse and Its Basal Activity Through Positive and Negative Feedback Loops in Repsonse to IL-1", PLoS ONE
R (2013) "Signal Oscillation Is Another Reason for Variability in Microarray-Based Gene Expression Quantification", PLoS ONE 8(1): e54753.
Gupta S, Singh R (2012)
"Analysis of the Virus Dynamics Model Reveals
That Early Treatment of HCV Infection May Lead to the Sustained Virological Response",
PLoS ONE 7(7): e41209.
R., Nitsche, J.M. and Andreadis, S.T. (2009) “An
Integrated Reaction-Transport Model for DNA Surface
Hybridization: Implications for DNA Micro arrays”,
Annals of Biomedical Engineering, 2009
Singh, R., Lei, P., and Andreadis, S. T. (2009).
“PKC-delta binds to E-cadherin and mediates EGF induced
cell-scattering”, Experimental cell research,July,
Singh, R. and Andreadis, S. T. (2007). “EGF receptor
activation decreases retroviral gene transfer through
protein kinase C-delta.” Molecular Therapy 2007