Manish Kumar
Manish Kumar
Professor, Department of Biosciences and Bioengineering, IIT Guwahati
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BosR (BB0647) governs virulence expression in Borrelia burgdorferi
Z Ouyang, M Kumar, T Kariu, S Haq, M Goldberg, U Pal, MV Norgard
Molecular microbiology 74 (6), 1331-1343, 2009
Identification of aquifer-recharge zones and sources in an urban development area(Delhi, India), by correlating isotopic tracers with hydrological features
M Kumar, MS Rao, B Kumar, A Ramanathan
Hydrogeology journal 19 (2), 463-474, 2011
BB0323 Function Is Essential for Borrelia burgdorferi Virulence and Persistence through Tick-Rodent Transmission Cycle
X Zhang, X Yang, M Kumar, U Pal
The Journal of infectious diseases 200 (8), 1318-1330, 2009
Borrelia burgdorferi complement regulator-acquiring surface protein 2 does not contribute to complement resistance or host infectivity
AS Coleman, X Yang, M Kumar, X Zhang, K Promnares, D Shroder, ...
PloS one 3 (8), 3010e, 2008
Activation of the RpoN-RpoS regulatory pathway during the enzootic life cycle of Borrelia burgdorferi
Z Ouyang, S Narasimhan, G Neelakanta, M Kumar, U Pal, E Fikrig, ...
BMC microbiology 12, 1-9, 2012
Borrelia burgdorferi small lipoprotein Lp6.6 is a member of multiple protein complexes in the outer membrane and facilitates pathogen transmission from ticks to mice
K Promnares, M Kumar, DY Shroder, X Zhang, JF Anderson, U Pal
Molecular microbiology 74 (1), 112-125, 2009
A Differential Role for BB0365 in the Persistence of Borrelia burgdorferi in Mice and Ticks
U Pal, J Dai, X Li, G Neelakanta, P Luo, M Kumar, P Wang, X Yang, ...
The Journal of infectious diseases 197 (1), 148-155, 2008
BBA52 Facilitates Borrelia burgdorferi Transmission from Feeding Ticks to Murine Hosts
M Kumar, X Yang, AS Coleman, U Pal
The Journal of infectious diseases 201 (7), 1084-1095, 2010
Borrelia burgdorferi BBA52 is a potential target for transmission blocking Lyme disease vaccine
M Kumar, S Kaur, T Kariu, X Yang, I Bossis, JF Anderson, U Pal
Vaccine 29 (48), 9012-9019, 2011
Constraints in adoption of improved techniques of kitchen gardening
S Sethy, S Sarkar, M Kumar
Indian Research Journal of Extension Education 10 (2), 89-92, 2010
Current practices and research updates on diabetes mellitus in canine.
P Kumar, RR Kumari, M Kumar, S Kumar, A Chakrabarti
Veterinary World 7 (11), 2014
Dual nuclease activity of a Cas2 protein in CRISPR–Cas subtype I‐B of Leptospira interrogans
B Dixit, KK Ghosh, G Fernandes, P Kumar, P Gogoi, M Kumar
FEBS letters 590 (7), 1002-1016, 2016
A host-restricted viral vector for antigen-specific immunization against Lyme disease pathogen
S Xiao, M Kumar, X Yang, M Akkoyunlu, PL Collins, SK Samal, U Pal
Vaccine 29 (32), 5294-5303, 2011
Evaluation of a novel outer membrane surface-exposed protein, LIC13341 of Leptospira, as an adhesin and serodiagnostic candidate marker for leptospirosis
KK Ghosh, A Prakash, P Shrivastav, V Balamurugan, M Kumar
Microbiology 164 (8), 1023-1037, 2018
Role of Supramolecule ErpY-Like Lipoprotein of Leptospira in Thrombin-Catalyzed Fibrin Clot Inhibition and Binding to Complement Factors H and I, and Its …
KK Ghosh, A Prakash, A Dhara, MS Hussain, P Shrivastav, P Kumar, ...
Infection and Immunity 87 (12), 10.1128/iai. 00536-19, 2019
Rapid and efficient removal of ionic impurities from graphene oxide through hollow fiber diafiltration
P Bhunia, M Kumar, S De
Separation and Purification Technology 209, 103-111, 2019
The CRISPR-associated Cas4 protein from Leptospira interrogans demonstrate versatile nuclease activity
B Dixit, V Anand, MS Hussain, M Kumar
Current Research in Microbial Sciences 2, 100040, 2021
Evaluation of sporozoite and macroschizont antigen (Spm2) of Theileria annulata for its diagnostic potential
HS Prabhakaran, KK Ghosh, RR Kumari, P Kumar, M Kumar
Ticks and Tick-Borne Diseases 12 (4), 101691, 2021
Emergence and transboundary spread of lumpy skin disease in South Asia
P Kumar, RR Kumari, S Devi, MK Tripathi, J Singh, R Kumar, M Kumar
Abdallah FM, El Damaty HM and Kotb G F, 1150-58, 2018
Borrelia burgdorferi BBI39 paralogs are targets of protective immunity inducing microbicidal responses and reducing pathogen persistence either in hosts or in the vector.
UP Preeti Singh, Deepshikha Verma, Brian T Backstedt, Simarjot Kaur, Manish ...
The Journal of infectious diseases, 2017
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