Publications & Theses mentored

Publications

Vasnik S, Sikdar SK. Cholinergic-receptor-independent modulation of intrinsic resonance in the rat subiculum neurons through inhibition of hyperpolarization-activated cyclic nucleotide-gated channels. Acta Physiologica (2020, in press). Chatterjee A, Yadav S, Sikdar SK, Selvaraja SK. Compact ring resonator enhanced silicon metal-semiconductor-metal photodetector in SiN-on-SOI platform. Opt Express 28(22):33644-33655, 2020 (DOI: 10.1364/OE.400864, PMID: 33115024).
Mukherjee, S., Sikdar, S.K. Intracellular activation of full-length human TREK-1 channel by hypoxia, high lactate, and low pH denotes polymodal integration by ischemic factors. Pflugers Arch - Eur J Physiol. 2020 (https://doi.org/10.1007/s00424-020-02471-5.
Katyare N, Sikdar SK. Theta resonance and synaptic modulation scale activity patterns in the medial entorhinal cortex stellate cells.Ann. N.Y. Acad. Sci., 1478: 92-112, 2020 (https://doi.org/10.1111/nyas.14434).
Jorwal P, Sikdar SK. Lactate reduces epileptiform activity through HCA1 and GIRK channel activation in rat subicular neurons in an in vitro model. Epilepsia 60(12):2370-2385, 2019 (DOI: 10.1111/epi.16389 PMID: 31755997).
Dasgupta D, Sikdar SK. Heterogeneous network dynamics in an Excitatory-Inhibitory network model by distinct intrinsic mechanisms in the Fast spiking interneurons. Brain Research 1714:27-44,2019. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.brainres.2019.02.013.
Selvaraja, SK, Chatterjee A, Saumitra, Sikdar SK. High-Speed Waveguide Integrated Silicon Photodetector on SiN-SOI Platform for Short Reach Datacom. Optics Letters 44: 1682-1685, 2019(https://doi.org/10.1364/OL.44.001682, PMID: 30933121).
George JB, Abraham GM, Amrutur B, Sikdar SK Random Neuronal Networks show homeostatic regulation of global activity while showing persistent changes in specific connectivity paths to theta burst stimuli. Scientific Reports, 8:16568, 2018,| DOI:10.1038/s41598-018-34634-x.
Metri V, Ghatak S, Raha S, Sikdar SK. Patch Clamp Data Driven Stochastic Modeling and Simulation of hTREK1 Potassium Ion Channel Gating. Chemical Physics 516,182-190,2018. doi: https://doi.org/10.1016/ j.chemphys.2018.07.030
Choudhury N, Sikdar SK. 17beta-estradiol potentiates TREK1 channel activity through G protein-coupled estrogen receptor.J Steroid Biochem Mol Biol. 183:94-105, 2018 doi: 10.1016/j.jsbmb.2018.06.001, Jun 2018.
George, JB; Abraham, GM; Rashid, Z; Amrutur,B; Sikdar SK. Random neuronal ensembles can inherently do context dependent coarse conjunctive encoding of input stimulus without any specific training. Scientific Reports, 8(1):1403, 1-10, 2018. DOI: 10.1038/s41598-018-19462-3.
Verma I, Rashid Z, Sikdar SK and Seshagiri PB. Efficient neural differentiation of mouse pluripotent stem cells in a serum-free medium and development of a novel strategy for enrichment of neural cells. Int J Dev Neurosci., 61:112-124, 2017.
Singh HJ, Saumitra., Singh, V.R.,Sikdar SK., Jayaprakash B. and Ghosh A. Circular Differential Two-Photon Luminescence from Helically Arranged Plasmonic Nanoparticles. ACS Photonics, 3 (5): 863-868, 2016.
Banerjee A, Ghatak S. & Sikdar SK. L-Lactate mediates neuroprotection against ischaemia by increasing TREK1 channel expression in rat hippocampal astrocytes in vitro. J Neurochem. 138(2): 265-281, 2016. doi: 10.1111/jnc.13638. PMID: 27062641.
Ghatak, S. & Sikdar, S.K. Lactate modulates the intracellular pH sensitivity of human TREK1 channels. Pflugers Arch. 468(5): 825-836, 2016 PMID: 26843094
Ghatak, S; Banerjee, A. & Sikdar, S.K. Ischaemic concentrations of lactate increase TREK1 channel activity by interacting with a single histidine residue in the carboxy terminal domain. Journal of Physiology (Lond.) 594:59-81, 2016.
Dutta, A; Gautam, R; Chatterjee, S; Ariese, F; Sikdar, S.K.; Umapathy, S.Ascorbate protects neurons against oxidative stress-A Raman Microspectroscopic study. ACS Chemical Neuroscience 6:1794-1801, 2015.
Kancherla AK, Meesala S, Jorwal P, Palanisamy R, Sikdar SK, Sarma SP. A disulfide stabilized beta-sandwich defines the structure of a new cysteine framework M-superfamily conotoxin. ACS Chem Biol. 10:1847-1860, 2015.
Ankolekar, SM & Sikdar, SK. Early Postnatal Exposure to Lithium In Vitro Induces Changes in AMPAR mEPSCs and Vesicular Recycling at Hippocampal Glutamatergic Synapses. J Biosci.40:339-54, 2015.
George,J.B., Abraham, G.M., Amrutur, B and Sikdar,S.K. Robot Navigation Using Neuro-electronic Hybrid Systems, 2015 28th International Conference on VLSI Design, Bangalore, 2015, pp. 93-98. doi: 10.1109/VLSID.2015.21
Nag, S, Sikdar, S.K., Thakor, N.V., Rao, V.R.and Sharma, D. Sensing of Stimulus Artifact Suppressed Signals from Electrode Interfaces", Sensors Journal, IEEE, 15: 3734-3742, 2015.
B. Rashmi Rao, Navakanta Bhat, S. K. Sikdar. Thick PECVD Germanium Films for MEMS Application. In: Physics of Semiconductor Devices. Editors: V.K. Jain, Abhishek Verma, Springer Verlag, pg. 469-471, 2014.
Kanuj Kumar, Vijay Natarajan, S. K. Sikdar, and Kalyan V. Srinivas. An interactive framework for reconstructing 3D neuronal structures. ICVGIP conference, 2014,pgs. 1-8 (Conference paper).
Dasgupta D and Sikdar SK. Calcium permeable AMPA receptor-dependent long lasting plasticity of intrinsic excitability in fast spiking interneurons of the dentate gyrus decreases inhibition in the granule cell layer. Hippocampus, 25: 269285, 2015. doi: 10.1002/hipo.22371
George JB, Abraham GM, Singh K, Ankolekar SM, Amrutur B, Sikdar SK. Input coding for neuro-electronic hybrid systems. Biosystems, 126C:1-11,2014.
Pandey, A. and Sikdar, S.K. Depression biased non-Hebbian spike-timing-dependent synaptic plasticity in the rat subiculum. The Journal of Physiology (Lond.) 2014 Jun 6. [Epub ahead of print] PMID: 24907304
Sah, N. and Sikdar, S.K. Tonic current through GABA-A receptors and HCN channels modulate resonance properties of rat subicular pyramidal neurons. Eur J Neurosci., 40:2241-54, 2014.
Chatterjee, S. and Sikdar, S.K. Corticosterone treatment results in enhanced release of peptidergic vesicles in astrocytes via cytoskeletal rearrangements. Glia, 61:2050-62, 2013.
Chatterjee, S. and Sikdar, S.K. Corticosterone targets distinct steps of synaptic transmission via concentration specific activation of Mineralocorticoid and Glucocorticoid receptors. J Neurochem. doi: 10.1111/jnc.12478. [Epub ahead of print], 2013.
Raghavan M, Amrutur B, Narayanan R, Sikdar SK. Synconset waves and chains: spiking onsets in synchronous populations predict and are predicted by network structure. PLoS One, 8(10):e74910. doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0074910, 2013.
Sah, N. and Sikdar, S.K. Transition in subicular burst firing neurons from epileptiform activity to suppressed state by feedforward inhibition.Eur J Neurosci. 38:2542-2556, 2013.
Raghavan M, Amrutur B, Srinivas KV, Sikdar SK. A study of epileptogenic network structures in rat hippocampal cultures using first spike latencies during synchronization events. Physical Biol. 2012 Oct;9(5):056002. doi: 10.1088/1478-3975/9/5/056002. Epub 2012 Aug 10.
Nayak, T.K., Dana, S., Raha, S. and Sikdar, S.K. Activator induced dynamic disorder and molecular memory in human two-pore domain hTREK1 K+ channel. Jl. Chem. Biol. 4: 69-84, 2011.
Kamal, H., Rajan, K., Srinivas, K.V. and Sikdar, S.K. Analysis of connectivity map: Control to glutamate injured and phenobarbital treated neuronal network. Applied Physics Letts. 96: 163704, 3pgs. 2010.
Rajan, K., Hassan, K. and Sikdar, S.K. A real-time clustering system for spatio-temporal signals from network of neurons. Proceedings IEEE, TENCON, Singapore, 6 pgs. 2009.
Nayak, T.K., Harinath, S., Nama, S., Somasundaram, K. and Sikdar, S.K. Inhibition of human two-pore domain K+ channel TREK1 by local anesthetic lidocaine: negative cooperativity and half-of-the-sites saturation kinetics. Mol. Pharmacol., 76: 903-917, 2009.
Srinivas, K.V. & Sikdar, S.K. Epileptiform activity induces distance dependent alterations of the Ca2+ extrusion mechanism in the apical dendrites of subicular pyramidal neurons. Eur. J. Neurosci. 28, 2195-2212, 2008.
Padmashri, R. & Sikdar, S.K. Glutamate transporter blockade affects Ca2+ responses in astrocytes. Neuroscience, 151: 56-62, 2008.
Rao, S.P. & Sikdar, S.K. Acute treatment with 17?-estradiol attenuates astrocyte-astrocyte and astrocyte-neuron communication. Glia : 1680-1689, 2007.
Nayak, T.K. & Sikdar, S.K. Time dependent molecular memory in single voltage gated sodium channel. J. Membrane Biol. 219: 19-36, 2007.
Majumdar S, Sikdar SK.Periodicity in Na(+) channel properties alters excitability of a model neuron. Biochem Biophys Res Commun.359:908-914, 2007.
Srinivas KV, Jain R, Saurav S, Sikdar SK.Small-world network topology of hippocampal neuronal network is lost, in an in vitro glutamate injury model of epilepsy. Eur. J Neurosci. 25:3276-3286, 2007.
Padmashri R, Sikdar SK. Glutamate pretreatment affects Ca(2+) signaling in processes of astrocyte pairs. J. Neurochem. 100, 105-117, 2007.
Sabareesh V, Gowd KH, Ramasamy P, Sudarslal S, Krishnan KS, Sikdar SK, Balaram P. Characterization of contryphans from Conus loroisii and Conus amadis that target calcium channels. Peptides. 27:2647-2654, 2006.
Majumdar, S. & Sikdar, S.K. G-protein activation modulates pseudo-periodic oscillation of Na channel. Biochem. Biophys. Res. Comm. 347:444-451, 2006.
Rao, S.P. & Sikdar, S.K. Astrocytes in 17|*beta*|-estradiol treated mixed hippocampal cultures show attenuated calcium response to neuronal activity. Glia, 53:817-26., 2006.
Majumdar, S. & Sikdar, S.K. Fast pseudo-periodic oscillations in the rat brain voltage-gated sodium cahnnel a subunit. Jl. Memb. Biol., 208:1-14, 2005.
Padmashri R, Ganguly A, Mondal PP, Rajan K, Sikdar SK. Kynurenate treatment of autaptic hippocampal microcultures affect localized voltage-dependent calcium diffusion in the dendrites. Cell Calcium. 39:247-58,2006.
Gowd KH, Sabareesh V, Sudarslal S, Iengar P, Franklin B, Fernando A, Dewan K, Ramaswami M, Sarma SP, Sikdar S, Balaram P, Krishnan KS. Novel peptides of therapeutic promise from Indian conidae. Ann N Y Acad Sci. 1056: 462-473, 2005.
Sikdar SK, Kreft M, Pangrsic T, Grilc S, Zorec R. FM1-43 measurements of local exocytotic events in rat melanotrophs. FEBS Lett. 579: 6575-6580, 2005.
Senthil Kumar, G., Ramasamy, P., Sikdar, S.K., Sarma, S.P. Overexpression, purification, and pharmacological activity of a biosynthetically derived conopeptide. Biochem Biophys. Res. Commun. 335: 965-972, 2005.
Sarma, S.P, Senthil Kumar, G., Sudarslal,S., Iengar, P., Ramasamy, P., Sikdar, S.K., Krishnan, K.S., Balaram, P. Solution structure of d-Am2766: a highly hydrophobic d-conotoxin from Conus amadis that inhibits neuronal voltage-gated sodium channels. Chemistry and Biodiversity, 2: 535-556, 2005.
Harinath, S., Sikdar, S.K.Inhibition of human TREK-1 channels by caffeine and theophylline. Epilepsy Research, 64: 127-135, 2005.
Rao SP, Sikdar SK. Estradiol-induced changes in the activity of hippocampal neurons in network culture are suppressed by co-incubation with gabapentin. Brain Res., 1022:126-36, 2004.
Majumdar S, Foster G, Sikdar SK. Induction of pseudo-periodic oscillation in voltage-gated sodium channel properties is dependent on the duration of prolonged depolarization.Eur J Neurosci. 20:127-43, 2004.
Sudarslal S, Singaravadivelan G, Ramasamy P, Ananda K, Sarma SP, Sikdar SK, Krishnan KS, Balaram P. A novel 13 residue acyclic peptide from the marine snail, Conus monile, targets potassium channels. Biochem Biophys Res Commun.;317:682-688, 2004.
Harinath S, Sikdar SK. Trichloroethanol enhances the activity of recombinant human TREK-1 and TRAAK channels.Neuropharmacology.;46:750-760, 2004.
Padmashri R, Chakrabarti KS, Sahal D, Mahalakshmi R, Sarma SP, Sikdar SK. Functional characterization of the pentapeptide QYNAD on rNav1.2 channels and its NMR structure. Pflugers Arch. (Eur. Journal of Physiology); 447:895-907, 2004.
Sudarslal S, Majumdar S, Ramasamy P, Dhawan R, Pal PP, Ramaswami M, Lala AK, Sikdar SK, Sarma SP, Krishnan KS, Balaram P. Sodium channel modulating activity in a delta-conotoxin from an Indian marine snail. FEBS Lett. 553:209-212, 2003.
Ramesh J, Ghosh JK, Swaminathan CP, Ramasamy P, Surolia A, Sikdar SK, Easwaran KR. Related Studies on the aggregation and possible channel formation in membranes of a cyclic hexapeptide, cyclo (D-Ala-L-Pro-L-Ala)2. J Pept Res.;61:63-70, 2003.
Poberaj I, Rupnik M, Kreft M, Sikdar SK, Zorec R. Modeling excess retrieval in rat melanotroph membrane capacitance records.Biophys Jl. 82:226-232, 2002.
Ghatpande AS, Rao S, Sikdar SK. Tetrapentylammonium block of chloramine-T and veratridine modified rat brain type IIA sodium channels. Br J Pharmacol. 132:1755-1760, 2001.
Tiwari, J.K. & Sikdar, S.K. The kinetics of a non-inactivating K+ current in ?T3-1 pituitary gonadotropes is not affected by holding potential. Brain Research : 873: 218-224, 2000.
Rupnik, M, Kreft, M., Sikdar, S.K., Grilc, S, Romih, R, Zupancic, G., Martin, T.F.J. and Zorec, R. Rapid Regulated Dense-Core Vesicle Exocytosis Requires CAPS, Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. (USA), 97: 5627-5632, 2000
Rao, S. & Sikdar, S.K. Modification of ?-subunit of RIIA sodium channels by aconitine, Pflugers Arch. (European Jl. Physiology) 439: 349-355, 2000.
Kreft, M, Gasman S, Chasserot-Golaz S, Kuster V, Rupnik M, Sikdar SK, Bader M, Zorec R. The heterotrimeric Gi(3) protein acts in slow but not in fast exocytosis of rat melanotrophs.Jl. Cell Sci., 112 :4143-50, 1999.
Ghatpande, A.S. & Sikdar, S.K. Voltage dependent gating of veratridine modified RIIA Na+ channel ?-subunit expressed heterologously in CHO cells. Pflugers Arch. (Eur. Journal of Physiology) , 438: 378-383, 1999.
Tiwari, J.K. & Sikdar, S.K. Temperature dependent conformational changes in a voltage gated potassium channel. Eur. Biophys. Jl., 28:338-345, 1999.
Sikdar, S.K., Kreft, M. & Zorec, R. Modulation of the unitary exocytic event amplitude by cAMP in rat melanotrophs. Journal of Physiology, 511: 851-859, 1998.
Tiwari, J.K. & Sikdar, S.K. Voltage gated Na+ channels contribute to membrane voltage fluctuation in ?T3-1 pituitary gonadotroph cells. Neuroscience Letts. 242: 167-171, 1998.
Ghosh, J.K., Sarkar, S.N. & Sikdar, S.K. Spectroscopic studies of the interactions of the pyrethroid insecticide fenvalerate with gramicidin. Biochemistry & Molecular Biol. International, 44: 1083-1092, 1998.
Ghatpande, A.S. & Sikdar, S.K. Competition for binding between veratridine and KIFMK: An open channel blocking peptide of the RIIA sodium channel. Journal of Membrane Biology, 160: 177-182, 1997.
Tiwari, J.K., Adhikari, A. & Sikdar, S.K. A large conductance Ca2+ activated K+ channel in aT3-1 pituitary gonadotrophs. Current Science, 70, 849-853, 1996.
Sarkar, S.N., Adhikari, A. & Sikdar, S.K. Kinetic characterization of rat brain type IIA sodium channel alpha-subunit stably expressed in a somatic cell line. Journal of Physiology, 488, 633-645, 1995.
Sarkar, S.N. & Sikdar, S.K. High level stable expression of rat brain type IIA sodium channel alpha subunit in CHO cells. Current Science, 67: 196-199, 1994.
Sarkar, S.N., Balasubramanian, S.V. & Sikdar, S.K. Effect of fenvalerate, a pyrethroid insecticide on membrane fluidity. Biochem. Biophys. Acta 1147: 137-142, 1993.
Sarkar,S.N., Haldar, S. & Sikdar, S.K. Effect of the pyrethroid insecticide fenvalerate on sodium current of rat dorsal root ganglion neuron.Current Science, 64 : 260-262, 1993.
Sikdar, S.K. Membrane ionic channels and neurological disorders. In: Lectures in Neurobiology. Eds. Tandon, P.N., Bijlani, V.P. and Wadhwa, S. Wiley Eastern Limited, New Delhi, pp. 67-73, 1992.
Balasubramanian, S.V., Sikdar, S.K. & Easwaran, K.R.K. Bilayers containing calcium ionophore A23187 forms channels. Biochem. Biophys. Res. Comm., 189: 1038-1042, 1992.
Kato, M., Hoyland, J., Sikdar, S.K. & Mason, W.T. Dynamic video imaging of control pathways for intracellular Ca in rat anterior piuitary cells in response to growth hormone releasing factor. Journal of Physiology, 447: 171-191, 1992.
Sikdar, S.K., Legendre, P., Dupouy, B. & Vincent, J.D. Maturation of a transient outward potassium current in mouse foetal hypothalamic neurons in culture. Journal of Neuroscience, 43: 503-511, 1991.
Zorec, R., Sikdar, S.K & Mason, W.T. Increased cytosolic calcium stimulates exocytosis in bovine lactotrophs: Direct evidence from changes in membrane capacitance. Journal of General Physiology, 97: 473-497, 1991.
Sikdar, S.K., Zorec, R., Mason, W.T. cAMP directly facilitates Ca-induced exocytosis in bovine lactotrophs, FEBS Letts. 273: 150-154, 1990.
Sikdar, S.K., Zorec, R., Brown, D. & Mason, W.T. Dual effects of G-protein activation on Ca-dependent exocytosis in bovine lactotrophs. FEBS Letts. 253: 88-92, 1989.
Ishizuka, S., Sikdar, S.K., Yasui, S., Oyama, Y. & Akaike, N. alpha-chloralose opens the chloride channel of frog isolated sensory neurons. Brain Research, 498: 181-184, 1989.
Mason, W.T., Sikdar, S.K., Zorec, R., Akerman, S., Rawlings, S., Cheek, T., Moreton, R. & Berridge, M.J. Ion channels, intracellular calcium and exocytosis: control of hormone secretion in cultured bovine pituitary lactotrophs. In: Secretion and its control. C.M. Armstrong and G.S. Oxford, editors. The Rockefeller University Press, Society of General Physiologists Series, Secretion and its Control, pp. 225-238, 1989.
Srinathsinghji, D.J.S., Heavens, R.P. & Sikdar, S.K. Stimulation of dopamine release by activation of the voltage-sensitive sodium channel by scorpion venom neurotoxin. Brain Research, 489, 369-372, 1989.
Mason, W.T. & Sikdar, S.K. Characteristics of voltage gated Ca2+ currents in ovine gonadotrophs. Journal of Physiology, 415: 367-391, 1989.
Sikdar, S.K., McIntosh, R.P. & Mason, W.T. Differential regulation by cyclic AMP, Ca2+ and GnRH of a large conductance K+ channel in ovine gonadotrophs. Brain Research, 496: 113-123, 1989.
Mason, W.T., Rawlings, S.R., Cobbett, P., Sikdar, S.K., Zorec, R., Akerman, S., Benham,C.D., Berridge, M.J., Cheek, T. & Moreton, R.B. Control of secretion in anterior pituitary cells-linking ion channels, messengers and exocytosis. Journal of Experimental Biology, 139: 287-316, 1988.
Mason, W.T. & Sikdar, S.K. Characterization of voltage gated sodium channels in ovine gonadotrophs: relation to hormone secretion. Journal of Physiology, 399: 493-517, 1988.
Srinathsinghji, D.J.S., Heavens, R.P. & Sikdar, S.K. In vivo studies on the dopamine re-uptake mechanism in the striatum of the rat: effects of benztropine, sodium and ouabain. Brain Research, 438: 399-403, 1988.
Akaike, N., Maruyama, T., Sikdar, S.K. & Yasui, S. Sodium-dependent suppression of gamma aminobutyric-acid-gated chloride currents in internally perfused frog sensory neurons. Journal of Physiology, 392: 543-562, 1987.
Sikdar, S.K., Waring, D.W. & Mason, W.T. Voltage activated ionic currents in gonadotrophs of the ovine pars tuberalis. Neuroscience Letters, 71: 95-100, 1986.
Sikdar, S.K., Oomura, Y. & Inokuchi, A. Effects of mazindol on rat lateral hypothalamic neurons. Brain Research Bulletin, 16: 15-17, 1986.
Sikdar, S.K. & Oomura, Y. Selective inhibition of glucose-sensitive neurons in rat lateral hypothalamus by noxious stimuli and morphine. Journal of Neurophysiology, 53: 17-31, 1985.
Inoue, M., Oomura, Y., Aou, S., Nishino, H. & Sikdar, S.K. Reward related neuronal activity in monkey dorsolateral prefrontal cortex during feeding behavior.Brain Research, 326: 307-312, 1985.
Oomura, Y. and Sikdar, S.K. Effects of noxious heat and morphine on feeding related lateral hypothalamic glucose-sensitive neurons. In: Current Topics in Pain Research and Therapy, Eds. Yokota, T. and R. Dubner, Excerpta Medica, Amsterdam, p33-43, 1983.
Inoue, M., Oomura, Y., Nishino, H., Aou, S., Sikdar, S.K., Hynes, M., Mizuno,Y. and Katafuchi, T. Cholinergic role in monkey dorsolateral prefrontal cortex during bar press feeding behavior. Brain Research, 278: 185-194, 1983.
Aou, S., Oomura, Y., Nishino, H., Ono, T., Yamabe, K., Sikdar, S.K., Noda, T. and Inoue, M. Functional heterogeneity of single neuronal activity in the monkey dorsolateral prefrontal cortex. Brain Research, 260: 121-124, 1983.
Mohan Kumar, V., Sikdar, S.K., Chhina, G.S. & Singh, B. Sensitivity of ventromedial hypothalamic units to rostral and caudal brain stem reticular inputs. Brain Research, 196: 530-535,1980.

Theses mentored

1. S.N. Sarkar Expression and Characterization Of Rat Brain Sodium Channels In CHO Cells (1995).
2. Tiwari, J.K. Kinetic and thermodynamic study of a non-inactivating K+ current in a gonadotroph cell line (1998).
3. Ghatpande, A.S. An electrophysiological study of Veratridine-modified Rat brain type IIA sodium channels and theirinteraction with open channel blocking compounds. (1999).
4. Sriparna Majumdar Pseudo-periodic oscillatory dependence of rat brain voltage gated sodium channel properties on prior depolarization, studied using whole cell patch clamp, wavelet analysis and single neuron simulation (2003).
5. Harinath, S. Pharmacological Modulation Of Recombinant Human Two-Pore Domain K+ Channels : Whole-Cell patch-Clamp Analysis (2005).
6. Padmashri, R. Intracellular Calcium Dynamics In Dendrites Of Hippocampal Neurons Rendered Epileptic And In Processes Of Astrocytes Following Glutamate Pretreatment (2006).
7. Shilpa P. Rao. Estradiol Induced Changes In Neuronal Excitability And Neuron-Astrocyte Signaling In Mixed Hippocampal Cultures (2007).
8. Kalyan V. Srinivas. Epileptiform Activity Induced Alterations In Ca2+ Dynamics And Network Physiology Of Hippocampal Neurons - In Vitro Studies (2008).
9. Nayak, T.K. Biophysical Studies On The Plastic And Cooperative Properties Of Single Voltage Gated Na+ And Leak K+ Ion Channels (2009).
10. Saswati Dana (Joint supervision with Prof. Soumyendu Raha). Computational Studies Of Uncertainty In Intra-Cellular Biochemical Reaction Systems (2009).
11. Shreya M. Ankolekar. Lithium Exposure Induced Changes at Glutamatergic Synapses in Hippocampal Neurons-Insights from in vitro Electrophysiology and Imaging Studies (2012).
12. Sreejata Chatterjee. Effect of the stress hormone corticosterone on the steps of synaptic transmission and astrocyte release (2013).
13. Nirnath Sah. GABA-A receptor mediated phasic and tonic inhibition in subicular pyramidal neurons (2013).
14. Anurag Pandey. Spike-timing dependent plasticity at excitatory synapses on the rat subicular pyramidal neurons (2014).
15. Mohan Raghavan (Joint supervision with Prof. A. Bharadwaj)First-spike-latency codes: Significance, relation to neuronal network structure and application to physiological recordings. (2014).
16. Debanjan Dasgupta. Plasticity of Intrinsic Excitability in Fast Spiking Neurons of the Dentate Gyrus and its implications for Neuronal Network Dynamics (2015).
17. Swagata Ghatak. Ischemic Concentrations of Lactate Increase TREK1 Channel Activity and Expression (2016).
18. Mahek Vijaykumar Mehta (MTech Thesis, Joint supervision with Prof. A. Bharadwaj). Ultrasound Excitation of neuronal cultures (2016).
19. Aditi Banerjee. Role of Lactate and TREK1 Channels in Neuroprotection during Cerebral Ischemia-in vitro study in Rat Hippocampus (2017).
20. Divyaratan Popli(MS Thesis, Joint supervision with Prof. A. Bharadwaj. Effect of ultrasound on neuronal network communication (2017).
21. Nasreen Choudhury. G-protein coupled Estrogen receptor (hGPER)-mediated action of 17beta-estradiol on hTREK1 potassium channel (2017).
22. Saumitra (Joint supervision with Prof. Ambarish Ghosh and Balaji J). Development and application of multi-photon microscopy in Neuroscience and Nano Science (2018).
23. Nupur Shailendra Katyare. Stimulus statistics and HCN current mediated resonance sets the scale of input-output mapping in Stellate cells of the Medial Entorhinal Cortex (2019).
24. Pooja Jorwal. Suppression of epileptiform activity by lactate through HCA1 and GIRK channel activation in rat subicular pyramidal neurons(2019).