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I am...
Biologist, Engineer
My research field or area of interest innanotechnology
Biological application of microfluidic devices
Nanotoxicology (Assessment of toxicity of nanomaterials; specifically quantum dots)
Culturing nerve cells in 3D scaffolds inside microfluidic devices
Cell-cell interactions
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My research interests include Tissue Engineering, Biomicrofluidics, Nanotoxicology and Neuroengineering.
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Mahto, S. K.; Charwat, V.; Ertl, P.; Rothen-Rutishauser, B.; Rhee, S. W.; Sznitman J. “Microfluidic Platforms for Advanced Risk Assessments of Nanomaterials” Nanotoxicology, 1-15 (2014). [Journal Impact Factor = 7.844 (in 2012)]

Mahto, S. K.; Tenenbaum-Katan, J.; Greenblum A.; Rothen-Rutishauser B.; Sznitman, J. “Microfluidic Shear Stress-regulated Surfactant Secretion in Alveolar Type II Cells In Vitro” American Journal of Physiology-Lung Cell and Molecular Biology, 306, L672-L683 (2014). [Journal Impact Factor = 3.523 (in 2012)]

Mahto, S. K.; Tenenbaum-Katan, J.; Sznitman, J. “Respiratory Physiology on a Chip” Scientifica, Volume 2012, Article ID 364054, 12 pages (2012).

Xiao, L.; Mahto, S. K.; Rhee, S. W. “Axon Orientation by Gradient of Cytochalasin D inside Microfluidic Device” Biochip Journal, 6, 335-341 (2012). [Journal Impact Factor = 0.82 (in 2012)]

Mahto, S. K.; Rhee, S. W. “A Multi-inlet Microfluidic Device fabricated for In Situ Detection of Multiple Cytotoxicity Endpoints” Biochip Journal, 6, 48-55 (2012). [Journal Impact Factor = 0.82 (in 2012)]

Mahto, S. K.; Song, H.; Rhee, S. W. “Functional Synapse Formation between Compartmentalized Cortical Neurons Cultured inside Microfluidic Devices” Biochip Journal, 5, 289-298 (2011). [Journal Impact Factor = 0.82 (in 2012)]

Mahto, S. K.; Vinod, T. P.; Kim, J.; Rhee, S. W. “Cytotoxic Potentials of Tellurium Nanowires in BALB/3T3 Fibroblast Cells” Bulletin of the Korean Chemical Society, 32, 3405-3410 (2011). [Journal Impact Factor = 0.982 (in 2012)]

Lee, E.; Jamal Ahamed, V. S.; Mahto, S. K.; Rhee, S. W.; Moon, S. S.; Hong, I. S. “Synthesis and Evaluation of Cytotoxic Effects of Hanultarin and its Derivatives” Bioorganic & Medicinal Chemistry Letters, 21, 6245-6248 (2011). [Journal Impact Factor = 2.338 (in 2012)]

Shin, H.*; Mahto, S. K.*; Rhee, S. W. “Exposure of BALB/3T3 Fibroblast Cells to Temporal Concentration Profile of Toxicant inside Microfluidic Devices” Biochip Journal, 5, 204-219 (2011). *Equal contribution. [Journal Impact Factor = 0.82 (in 2012)]

Mahto, S. K.; Yoon, T. H.; Rhee, S. W. “A New Perspective on In Vitro Assessment Method for Evaluating Quantum Dot Toxicity by Using Microfluidics Technology” Biomicrofluidics, 4, 1-8 (2010). [Journal Impact Factor = 3.385 (in 2012)]

Mahto, S. K.; Chandra, P.; Rhee, S. W. “In Vitro Models, Endpoints, and Assessment Methods for the Measurement of Cytotoxicity” Toxicology and Environmental Health Sciences, 2, 87-93 (2010).

Mahto, S. K.; Yoon, T. H.; Rhee, S. W. “Cytotoxic Effects of Surface-modified Quantum Dots on Neuron-like PC12 cells Cultured inside Microfluidic Devices” Biochip Journal, 4, 82-88 (2010). [Journal Impact Factor = 0.82 (in 2012)]

Mahto, S. K.; Park, C.; Yoon, T. H.; Rhee, S. W. “Assessment of Cytocompatibility of Surface-modified CdSe/ZnSe Quantum Dots for BALB/3T3 Fibroblast Cells” Toxicology in Vitro, 24, 1070-1077 (2010). [Journal Impact Factor = 2.65 (in 2012)]

Mahto, S. K.; Shin, H.; Yoon, T. H.; Rhee, S. W. “Multicompartmented Microfluidic Device for Characterization of Dose-dependent Cadmium Cytotoxicity in BALB/3T3 Fibroblast Cells” Biomedical Microdevices, 11, 401-411 (2009). [Journal Impact Factor = 2.718 (in 2012)]

Mahto, S. K.; Yoon, T. H.; Rhee, S. W. “Characterizing Cell Death Events Using a Microfluidics-based Method” Biochip Journal, 2, 242-247 (2008). [Journal Impact Factor = 0.82 (in 2012)]
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Applications are invited for the post of one Junior Research Fellow (JRF) in a DST-INSPIRE project at IIT (BHU)

Posted on August 8, 2014 at 6:21pm 0 Comments

Applications are invited for the post of one Junior Research Fellow (JRF) at the fixed fellowship amount of Rs. 16000/- per month + 20% HRA in a DST-INSPIRE project (No. DST/INSPIRE Faculty Award/2013/DST/INSPIRE/04/2013/000836) entitled “Development of Microfluidic Tools for Neuromuscular Synaptogenesis and Nanotoxicological Studies". The post is temporary and co-terminus with the project (05 years). The candidate should be M.Sc./M.Tech. in Biochemistry/Biotechnology/Bioengineering…


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At 6:26am on May 28, 2009,
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Bala Naidu
Dear Sanjeev

My lab is holding an INDO-US WORKSHOP ON NANOTECHNOLOGY: APPLICATIONS AND IMPLICATIONS in Nov. Please do visit the website for more information.




At 1:52pm on May 27, 2009,
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Bala Naidu
Hi Mahto
you are welcome........

I thank you too...
At 1:35am on May 10, 2009,
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Jose Feneque, DVM
Welcome to our community! Excellent research work!!!!
At 7:44pm on March 24, 2009,
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