Over the years, IBAB has built and nurtured collaborations with academic and corporate colleagues. As the institute expands its activities into newer areas, it is keen to develop new collaborations, both nationally and internationally. Several such collaborations are in the pipeline.

  • EXTERNAL COLLABORATIONS
  • INTERNAL COLLABORATIONS

KSHITISH ACHARYA

  1. Ankur Hospital, Bengaluru: Transcriptomic markers for a type of male infertility
  2. NIRRH, Mumbai: Phosphorylation studies in the context of asthenozoospermia
  3. Shodhaka Life Sciences Pvt. Ltd.: Development/improvement of databases/tools and NGS data analysis
  4. Kidwai Memorial Institute of Oncology: Estrogen-mediated signalling in cervical cancer
  5. Computer Science Department, University of Mysore: Promoter analysis using non-alignment methods

BIBHA CHOUDHARY

  1. Sri Sathya Sai Institute of Higher Learning: Genetically inherited diseases which have unusual bearing on CVD and developmental issues
  2. Indian Institute of Science: Impact of RAGs during brain development, function and gliomagenesis- a study to evaluate nonstandard roles of RAGs in normal functioning and pathogenesis of brain

C. M. GUPTA

  1. Central Drug Research Institute: Structural and Functional studies on Actin binding protein from Leishmania donovani.

SHUBHADA HEGDE

  1. Indian Institute of Science: Large-scale analyses of ChIP-Seq data in Mycobacterium tuberculosis

S. S. SHIVAKUMARA

  1. Sri Sathya Sai Institute of Higher Learning: Characterization of mobilizable antibiotic resistance determinants in uropathogenic Escherichia coli
  2. Indian Institute of Science: Characterization of altered redox balance in pathogenic bacteria

SUBHA SRINIVASAN

  1. Indian Institute of Science: Study of alternative splicing in yeast
  2. Indian Institute of Science: Impact of RAGs during brain development, function and gliomagenesis – a study to evaluate nonstandard roles of RAGs in normal functioning and pathogenesis of brain

S. THIYAGARAJAN

  1. CHG: Structural and computational analysis of mutations in MPS patients
  2. NIMHANS: In silico studies on identifying inhibitors of sirtuins from human
  3. Montana State University: Analysis of the regulatory roles of paralogues of ArsR in bacterial systems
  4. Florida International University: Structural studies of arsenic responsive regulatory proteins in microbial systems
  5. Lund University: Structural and computational studies of the redox sensing protein Rex from S. agalactiae

N. YATHINDRA

  1. Indian Institute of Science [Computational modelling of inhibitors against ligases and anti-apoptotic proteins.
  1. Dr. Kshitish Acharya and Dr. R Srivatsan
  2. Dr. C. M. Gupta, Dr. S. Thiyagarajan and Dr. Satish Tammana
  3. Dr. Gayatri Saberwal and Dr. R. Srivatsan
  4. Dr. Gayatri Saberwal and Dr. H Subramanya
  5. Dr. Subha Srinivasan and Dr. Bibha Choudhary
  6. Dr. Subha Srinivasan, Dr. Bibha Choudhary and Dr. R Srivatsan
  7. Dr. Subha Srinivasan, Dr. Bibha Choudhary and Prof. N Yathindra


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