Ranjan K. Maji
Ranjan K. Maji
Research Associate, Bose Institute
Verified email at jcbose.ac.in
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MicroRNA let-7 Modulates the Immune Response to Mycobacterium tuberculosis Infection via Control of A20, an Inhibitor of the NF-κB Pathway
M Kumar, SK Sahu, R Kumar, A Subuddhi, RK Maji, K Jana, P Gupta, ...
Cell host & microbe 17 (3), 345-356, 2015
LncRBase: an enriched resource for lncRNA information
S Chakraborty, A Deb, RK Maji, S Saha, Z Ghosh
PloS one 9 (9), e108010, 2014
piRNAQuest: searching the piRNAome for silencers
A Sarkar, RK Maji, S Saha, Z Ghosh
BMC genomics 15 (1), 1-17, 2014
Integrated miRNA and mRNA expression profiling reveals the response regulators of a susceptible tomato cultivar to early blight disease
D Sarkar, RK Maji, S Dey, A Sarkar, Z Ghosh, P Kundu
DNA Research 24 (3), 235-250, 2017
Elucidating the gene regulatory networks modulating cancer stem cells and non-stem cancer cells in high grade serous ovarian cancer
S Parida, S Chakraborty, RK Maji, Z Ghosh
Genomics 111 (1), 103-113, 2019
Deciphering the cross-talking of human competitive endogenous RNAs in K562 chronic myelogenous leukemia cell line
K Sen, A Sarkar, RK Maji, Z Ghosh, S Gupta, TC Ghosh
Molecular BioSystems 12 (12), 3633-3642, 2016
A supervised ensemble approach for sensitive microRNA target prediction
RK Maji, S Khatua, Z Ghosh
IEEE/ACM transactions on computational biology and bioinformatics 17 (1), 37-46, 2018
PVT: an efficient computational procedure to speed up next-generation sequence analysis
RK Maji, A Sarkar, S Khatua, S Dasgupta, Z Ghosh
BMC bioinformatics 15 (1), 1-13, 2014
ParStream-seq: An improved method of handling next generation sequence data
S Mondal, RK Maji, Z Ghosh, S Khatua
Genomics 111 (6), 1641-1650, 2019
MicroRNA let-7 modulates the immune response to Mycobacterium tuberculosis infection via control of A20, an inhibitor of the NF-κB pathway
NB Pathway, M Kumar, SK Sahu, R Kumar, A Subuddhi, RK Maji, K Jana
Cell Host Microbe 17, 1-12, 2015
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