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I am...
Biologist, Doctor
My research field or area of interest innanotechnology
Molecular toxicology, Nanomedicine
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nanomaterial-cell interaction study, mathematical modelling of biological responses, structure-activity relationship, drug and gene delivery using nano and viral carrier
Publication list
• Mukherjee, S.P., Davoren, M., Byrne, H.J., 2010. In vitro mammalian cytotoxicological study of PAMAM dendrimers –Towards quantitative structure activity relationships. Toxicology In Vitro 24, 1169-177.
• Mukherjee, S.P., Lyng, F.M., Garcia, A., Davoren, M., Byrne, H.J., 2010, Mechanistic studies of in vitro cytotoxicity of Poly(amidoamine) dendrimers in mammalian cells, Toxicoliogy And Applied Pharmacology 248, 259–268.
• Mukherjee, S.P., Byrne, H.J., 2012. Polyamidoamine Dendrimer Nanoparticle Cytotoxicity, Oxidative Stress, Caspases Activation and Infammatory Response: Experimental Observation and Numerical Simulation. Nanomedicine: Nanotechnology, Biology and Medicine, Accepted.
• Mukherjee, S.P., Howe, O., Byrne, H.J., 2012. Mechanism of biphasic Caspase activations and pathway of apoptosis induction by Polyamidoamine dendrimers in human skin cell line: Experimental Observation and Numerical Simulation. Manuscript in Preparation.
• Mukherjee, S.P., Byrne, H.J., 2012. Mechanism of Polyamidoamine induced Proton-Sponge Effect, its regulation and effect on cytoskeleton. Manuscript in Preparation.
• Mukherjee, S.G., Mukherjee, S.P., Bhattacharya, K., Casey, A., Chambers, G., 2012. Mechanism of in vitro cytotoxicity of silver nanoparticles in human cells. Manuscript in Preparation.
• Khalid, H., Mukherjee, S.P., Byrne, M., Heise, A., Byrne, H.J., 2012. In vitro cytotoxic and oxidative stress responses to dendritic polymer nanoparticles: A comparison of PPI and PAMAM Dendrimers. Manuscript in Preparation.
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Focas Institute, Dublin Institute of Technology
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At 1:35pm on April 30, 2012,
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sami ul haq

hi my dear sir ,

am students of nano technology ,and very very intresting in nanotechnology ,

want to contributes some things to this field of tecnology ,

so therfore i started a projects on "THIN FLIMN DEPOSTION "

 i need som usefull latrature and research papers on thin film deposition ,

i hope  you wil help me .and you will incourage me also .

best and kind regards .

sami ul haq

email . sami786nanotech@gmial.com


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