Publications

Patents

  • S Ghosh, B Bandyopadhyay, G Kalsi, CC Lakshmanan, 3D printed human skin construct: Patent Application Number 201641010641
  • S Ghosh, S Chawla, 3D bioprinted scar tissue model: World Patent WO 2019/106695, published on 6 June 2019; Indian Patent Application Number 201711043083; European Patent application number 18882941.0, filed on 26 June 2020; US application number 16/768,819 filed on 1 June 2020 (priority date 30 Nov 2017)
  • S Ghosh, P Mehra, 3D printed constructs for correcting bone defects and stem cell delivery: US Patent Application Number 16/608,804, filing date 25.10.19, Priority date 27.04.2017, Indian Patent Application Number 201711015026
  • S Ghosh, S Midha, Textile structures for controlled in vitro bone cell differentiation: Indian Patent Application Number 201611042165
  • A Pandey, S Midha, S Ghosh, K Balani, VK Nigam, Antioxidant and Anti-bacterial properties of Hydroxyapatite-Ceria-Silver composite for bone tissue implants: Patent Application Number 201611038479
  • M Jassal, AR Ray, S Ghosh, Preparation of a new Alginate-based wound dressing material: Patent Number 2002DE00736 CAN 146:408479 AN 2007:299984

Peer Reviewed Articles

    2022
  1. Suppresion of chondrocytes hypertrophy as therapeutic strategy for osteoarthritis, in communication
  2. Effect of varying cell densities on the rheological properties of the bioink, in communication
  3. 3D Bioprinted silk-reinforced Alginate-Gellan Gum constructs for cartilage regeneration, in communication
  4. Bioprinting using silk-protein based bioink, in communication
  5. Macrophage polarization profiling on native and regenerated silk biomaterials, S Roy, A Sharma, S Ghosh, ACS Biomaterial Science and Engineering, 8, 2, 2022, 659-671 (IF=4.74)
  6. Developmental Biology-inspired Tissue Engineering by combining Organoids and 3D Bioprinting, in communication
  7. 3D printed hydroxyapatite promotes congruent bone ingrowth in rat load bearing defects, J Chakraborty, S Roy, S Ghosh, Biomedical Materials, 17, 2022, 035008 (IF= 3.9)
  8. Mechanistic crosstalk of extracellular calcium-mediated regulation of MHC class II maturation and plasticity of healthy human monocytes, in communication
  9. 2021
  10. Rheology and Direct write printing of Chitosan-Graphene oxide nanocomposite hydrogel for differentiation of neuroblastoma cells, SG Marapureddy, P Hivare, A Sharma, J Chakraborty, S Ghosh, S Gupta, P Thareja, Carbohydrate Polymers, 269, 2021, 118254 (IF= 7.18, citations: 7)
  11. Upgrading Hepatic differentiation and functions on 3D printed silk-decellularized liver hybrid scaffolds, A Sharma, P Rawal, D Tripathi, D Alodiya, S Sarin, S Kaur, S Ghosh, ACS Biomaterials Science and Engineering, 7, 2021, 3861-3873 (IF= 4.43, citations: 3)
  12. Hypoxia-inducible miR-196a modulates cell proliferation and migration in glioblastoma through complex regulation of NRAS transcript and HIF-miR-196a positive feedback loop, S Takkar, V Sharma, S Ghosh, A Suri, C Sarkar, R Kulshreshtra, Cellular Oncology, 44(2), 2021, 433-451 (IF= 5.3, citations: 2)
  13. Silk protein paper with in-situ synthesized silver nanoparticles, Y Liang, B Tang, A Sharma, D Perera, B Allardyce, S Ghosh, H Schniepp, R Rajkhowa, Macromolecular Bioscience, 21(3), 2021, 2000357 (IF= 3.85, citations: 2)
  14. The effect of silk-gelatin bioink and TGF-beta 3 on mesenchymal stromal cells in 3D Bioprinted chondrogenic constructs: a proteomic study, S Chawla, G Desando, E Gabusi, A Sharma, D Trucco, J Chakraborty, C Manferdini, M Petretta, G Lisignoli, S Ghosh, Journal of Materials Research, 36, 2021, 4051-4061 (IF= 3.85, citations: 2)
  15. Modeling and fabrication of Silk fibroin-gelatin-based scaffolds using extrusion-based 3D Bioprinting, D Trucco, A Sharma, C Manferdini, E Gabusi, M Petretta, G Desando, L Ricotti, J Chakraborty, S Ghosh, G Lisignoli, ACS Biomaterials Science and Engineering, 7(7), 2021, 3306-3320 (IF= 4.15, citations: 9)
  16. Three-dimensional bioprinted hepatoorganoids in liver failure (Letter to the Editor), S Kaur, DM Tripathi, S Ghosh, Gut, 70(5), 2021, 998-999 (IF= 17.94, citations: 2)
  17. 3D Tumor angiogenesis models: Recent advances and challenges, SM Bhat, V Badiger, S Vasishtha, J Chakraborty, S Prasad, S Ghosh, MB Joshi, Journal of Cancer Research and Clinical Oncology, 147(12), 2021, 3477-3494 (IF= 3.65, citation: 5)
  18. 3D printing of Biomedical materials and devices, A Bandyopadhyay, S Ghosh, A Boccacchini, S Bose, Journal of Materials Research, 36, 2021, 3713-3724 (IF= 3.65, citations: 2)
  19. 2020
  20. Regulation of decellularized matrix mediated immune response, J Chakraborty, S Roy, S Ghosh, Biomaterials Science, 8(5), 2020, 1194-1215 (IF= 5.83, citations: 32)
  21. Effect of macromolecular crowders on the self-assembly process of silk fibroin, P Dubey, S Seit, P Chowdrury, S Ghosh, Macromolecular Chemistry and Physics, 221 (16), 2020, 2000113 (IF= 2.62, citations: 3)
  22. Silk from Indian paper wasp: structure prediction and secondary conformational analysis, S Chawla, S Seit, S Murab, S Ghosh, Polymer, 208, 2020, 122967 (IF= 4.23, citation: 1)
  23. Photocurable silk fibroin-Polyvinylpyrrolidone hydrogel, Z Wen, F Jiang, F Wu, Y Zhuping, K Kaur, J Chakraborty, S Ghosh, S Lu, Materialia, 9, 2020, 100525 (IF= 1.2, citations: 9)
  24. Blockage of Bone Morphogenetic protein signaling pathway counteracts hypertrophy in an in vitro human osteoarthritic micro-cartilage model, S Chawla, M Berkelaar, B Dasen, C Halleux, S Guth, I Kramer, S Ghosh, A Barbero, I Martin, P Occhetta, Journal of Cell Science. 133(23), 2020 (IF= 4.57, citations: 5)
  25. Bioengineered in vitro tissue models to study SARS-CoV-2 pathogenesis and therapeutic validation, J Chakraborty, I Banerjee, R Vaishya, S Ghosh, ACS Biomaterials Science and Engineering, 6(12), 2020, 6540-6555 (IF= 4.15, citations: 13)
  26. Cellular proliferation, self-assembly and modulation of signaling pathways in Silk fibroin-gelatin based 3D Bioprinted constructs, J Chakraborty, S Ghosh, ACS Applied Bio Materials (invited for the Spotlights forum), 3(12), 2020, 8309-8320 (IF= 3.25, citations: 13)
  27. 2019
  28. Direct 3D bioprinted full thickness skin constructs recapitulate regulatory signaling pathways and physiology of human skin, P Admane, AC Gupta, P Jois, S Roy, CC Lakshmanan, B Bandyopadhyay, S Ghosh, Bioprinting, 15, 2019, e00051 (IF= 5.88, citations: 43)
  29. Modulation of macrophage phenotype, maturation and graft integration through chondroitin sulfate crosslinking to decellularized cornea, J Chakraborty, S Roy, S Murab, R Ravani, K Kaur, S Devi, D Singh, S Sharma, S Mohanty, A Dinda, R Tandon, S Ghosh, ACS Biomaterials Science and Engineering, 2019, 5, 165-179 (IF= 4.43, citations: 14) Link of the surgery video
  30. Investigating the role of sustained calcium release in silk-gelatin based 3D bioprinted constructs for enhancing osteogenic differentiation of bone marrow derived mesenchymal stromal cells, A Sharma, G Desando, M Petretta, S Chawla, I Bartolotti, C Manferdini, F Paolella, E Gabusi, D Trucco, S Ghosh, G Lisignoli, ACS Biomaterials Science and Engineering, 2019, 5(3), 1518-1533 (IF= 4.43, citations: 19)
  31. Hydrogel nanotube with ice helix as exotic nanostructure for diabetic wound healing, A Singh, R Bhattacharya, A Shakeel, A Sharma, S Jeevanandham, A Kumar, S Chattopadhyay, H Bohidar, S Ghosh, S Chakraborti, S Rajput, M Mukherjee, Materials Horizons, 2019, 6, 274-284 (IF= 13.18, citations: 12)
  32. Regulation of silk fibroin self-assembly by synergistic effect of Curcumin and beta-cyclodextrin complex, P Dubey, P Chowdhury, S Ghosh, Biochimica et Biophysica Acta- Proteins and Proteomics, 2019, 1867, 416-425 (IF= 2.54, citations: 10)
  33. Highly elastomeric photocurable silk hydrogel, D Kuang, F Jiang, F Wu, K Kaur, S Ghosh, S Kundu, S Lu, International Journal of Biological Macromolecules, 2019, 134, 838-845 (IF= 4.78, citations: 16)
  34. Interplay between the hereditary and environmental factors to establish an in vitro disease model of keratoconus, S Roy, S Yadav, T Dasgupta, S Chawla, R Tandon, S Ghosh, Drug Discovery Today, 2019, 24(2), 403-416 (IF= 6.37, citations: 6)
  35. Regulation of human osteblasts to osteocyte differentiation by Direct write 3D microperiodic hydroxyapatite scaffold, K Kaur, S Das, S Ghosh, ACS Omega, 2019, 4(1), 1504-1515 (IF= 2.58, citations: 10)
  36. Optimization of silk-keratin bioink for 3D Bioprinted cartilagenous construct, in communication
  37. Polycomb complex mediated epigenetic reprogramming alters TGF-beta signaling via a novel EZH2/miR-490/TGIF2 axis thereby inducing migration and EMT potential in glioblastoma, OS Vinchure, V Sharma, S Tabasum, S Ghosh, R Singh, C Sarkar, R Kulshreshtha, International Journal of Cancer, 145 (5), 2019, 1254-1269 (IF= 7.36, citations: 20)
  38. Direct 3D printed Hydroxyapatite tray for segmental mandibular bone reconstruction, in communication
  39. 2018
  40. Developmental Biology inspired strategies to engineer 3D Bioprinted bone construct, S Chawla, A Sharma, A Bandopadhyay, S Ghosh, ACS Biomaterials Science and Engineering, 2018, 4(10), 3545-3560 (IF= 4.43, citations: 18)
  41. Fleck-like deposits and spectral domain optical coherence tomography characteristics in a case of confirmed ocular chalcosis- a case report, R Ravani, V Kumar, A Kumar, P Kumar, S Chawla, S Ghosh, Indian Journal of Ophthalmology, 66(11), 2018, 1640-1642 (IF= 1.02, citations: 3)
  42. Silk fibroin-bioactive glass based advanced biomaterials: towards patient-specific bone grafts, S Midha, S Kumar, A Sharma, K Kaur, X Shi, P Naruphontjirakul, J Jones, S Ghosh, Biomedical Materials, 2018, 13, 055012 (IF= 2.9, citations: 32)
  43. Establishment of in vitro organoid model of dermal papilla of human hair follicle, A Gupta, S Chawla, A Hegde, D Singh, B Bandopadhyay, CC Laksmananan, G Kalsi, S Ghosh, Journal of Cellular Physiology, 2018, 233(11) 9015-9030 (IF= 4.08, citations: 29)
  44. Establishment of in vitro model for corneal scar pathophysiology, S Chawla, S Ghosh, Journal of Cellular Physiology, 2018, 233(5), 3817-3830 (IF= 4.08, citations: 19)
  45. Regulation of fibrotic changes by the synergistic effects of cytokines, dimensionality and matrix: towards the development of an in vitro human dermal hypertrophic scar model, S Chawla, S Ghosh, Acta Biomaterialia, 2018, 69, 131-145 (IF= 6.32, citations: 21)
  46. Differential regulation of Hedgehog and parathyroid signaling in mulberry and nonmulberry silk fibroin braids, S Midha, S Chawla, J Chakraborty, S Chameettachal, S Ghosh, ACS Biomaterials Science and Engineering, 2018, 4(2), 595-607 (IF= 4.43, citations: 13)
  47. Silk-based bioinks for 3D Bioprinting, S Chawla, S Midha, A Sharma, S Ghosh, Advanced Healthcare Materials, 2018, 7(8), e1701204 (IF= 5.76, citations: 99)
  48. Antioxidant and antibacterial hydroxyapatite-based biocomposites for orthopedic applications, A Pandey, S Midha, R Sharma, R Maurya, V Kumar, S Ghosh, K Balani, Materials Science and Engineering C, 2018, 88, 13-24 (IF= 5.08, citations: 48)
  49. Microporous Hydroxyapatite Ceramic composites as tissue engineering scaffolds: An experimental and computational study, S Kanhed, S Awasthi, S Midha, J Nair, A Nisar, A Patel, A Pandey, R Sharma, A Upadhyaya, S Ghosh, K Balani, Advanced Engineering Materials, accepted (IF= 2.32, citations:15)
  50. 2017
  51. Elucidating role of Silk-gelatin bioink to recapitulate articular cartilage differentiation in 3D bioprinted constructs, S Chawla, A Kumar, P Admane, A Bandyopadhyay, S Ghosh, Bioprinting, 2017, 7, 1-13 (Citations: 45)
  52. Non-mulberry silk braids direct terminal osteocytic differentiation through activation of Wnt-signaling, S Midha, S Chameettachal, E Dey, S Ghosh, ACS Biomaterials Science and Engineering, 2017, 3(6), 1062-1074 (IF= 4.43, citations: 17)
  53. Development of fibrous assembly from orange peel extract: its characterization and antibacterial activity, H Mohapatra, P Dubey, A Chatterjee, P Kumar, S Ghosh, Cellulose Chemistry and Technology, 2017, 51 (7-8), 601-608 (IF= 0.88, Citations: 2)
  54. The effect of viscoelastic silk-chitosan microcomposite scaffolds on matrix deposition and biomechanical functionality for cartilage tissue engineering, S Chameettachal, S Murab, R Vaid, S Midha, S Ghosh, J Tissue Engineering & Regenerative Medicine, 2017, 11(4), 1212-1229 (IF= 4.71, Citations: 27)
  55. 2016
  56. Osteogenic signaling on silk-based matrices, S Midha, S Murab, S Ghosh, Biomaterials, 2016, 97, 133-153 (IF= 8.4, Citations: 93)
  57. Establishment of an in vitro monolayer model of macular corneal distrophy, S Murab, S Chameettachal, S Ghosh, Laboratory Investigation (Nature Publishing Group) , 2016, 96, 1311-1326 (IF= 4.85, citations: 9)
  58. Impact of osmoregulatory agents on recovery of native macromolecular properties of decellularized cornea, S Murab, S Ghosh, Biomedical Materials, 2016, 6, 065005 (IF= 3.36, citations: 16)
  59. Elucidation of differential mineralization on native and regenerated silk matrices, S Midha, R Tripathi, H Geng, P Lee, S Ghosh, Materials Science and Engineering C, 2016, 68, 663-674 (IF= 5.08, Citations: 21)
  60. Regulation of chondrogenesis and hypertrophy in 3D bioprinted constructs, S Chameettachal, S Midha, S Ghosh, ACS Biomaterials Science and Engineering, 2016, 2(9), 1450-1463 (IF= 4.43, Citations: 60)
  61. Silk fibroin as biomaterials for bone tissue engineering, J Melke, S Midha, S Ghosh, K Ito, S Hofmann, Acta Biomaterialia, 2016, 31, 1-16 (IF= 6.38, Citations: 571)
  62. Preservation of biomacromolecular composition and ultra-structure of decellularized cornea using perfusion bioreactor, S Nara, S Chameettachal, S Midha, S Murab, S Ghosh, RSC Advances, 2016, 6, 2225-2240 (IF= 3.29, Citations: 28)
  63. Role of chondroitin sulfate tethered silk scaffold for cartilagenous disc tissue regeneration, M Bhattacharjee, S Chawla, S Chameettachal, S Murab, N Bhabesh, S Ghosh, Biomedical Materials, 2016, 11(2), 025014 (IF= 3.36, Citations: 26)
  64. Evaluation of cytotoxic and tumor targeting capability of 177 Lu-DOTATATE nanoparticles: a trailblazing strategy in peptide receptor radionuclide therapy, G Arora, P Dubey, J Shukla, S Ghosh, G Bandyopadhyaya, Annals of Nuclear Medicine, 2016, 30(5), 334-45 (IF= 1.46, Citations:13)
  65. 2015
  66. Modulation of self assembly process of fibroin: a new insight for regulating conformations in silk biomaterials, P Dubey, S Murab, S Karmakar, P Chowdhury, S Ghosh, Biomacromolecules, 2015, 16(12), 3936-3944 (IF= 5.58, Citations: 54)
  67. Strategies for faster detachment of corneal cell sheet using micropatterned thermoresponsive matrices, S Nara, S Chameettachal, S Midha, H Singh, R Tandon, S Mohanty, S Ghosh, Journal of Materials Chemistry B, 2015, 3, 4155-4169 (IF= 4.87, citations: 15)
  68. Glucosamine loaded injectable silk-in-silk integrated system modulate mechanical properties in bovine ex vivo degenerated intervertebral disc model, S Murab, J Samal, A Shrivastava, AR Ray, A Pandit, S Ghosh, Biomaterials, 2015, 55, 64-83 (IF= 12.47, Citations: 30)
  69. Nonmulberry silk fibroin scaffold shows superior osteoconductivity than mulberry fibroin in calvarial bone regeneration, N Sahu, P Baligar, S Midha, B Kundu, M Bhattacharjee, S Mukherjee, S Mukherjee, F Maushart, S Das, M Loparic, S Kundu, S Ghosh, A Mukhopadyay, Advanced Healthcare Materials, 2015, 4(11), 1709-1721 (IF= 5.76, Citations: 39)
  70. Probing the role of scaffold dimensionality and media composition on matrix production and phenotype of fibroblasts, S Chawla, S Chameettachal, S Ghosh, Materials Science and Engineering C: Materials in Medicine, 2015, 49, 588-596 (IF= 4.62, Citations: 14)
  71. HIF-inducible mir-191 promotes migration in breast cancer through complex regulation of TGF beta signaling in hypoxic microenvironment, N Nagpal, H Ahmad, S Chameettachal, D Sundar, S Ghosh, R Kulshreshtha, Scientific Reports (Nature Publishing Group), 2015, 5, 9650 (IF= 5.23, Citations: 80)
  72. Bioprintable, cell-laden silk fibroin-gelatin hydrogel supporting multilineage differentiation of stem cells for fabrication of 3D tissue constructs, S Das, F Pati, Y Choi, G Rijal, J Shim, S Kim, AR Ray, DW Cho, S Ghosh, Acta Biomaterialia, 2015, 11, 233-246 (IF= 6.38, Citations: 451)
  73. Tissue Engineering strategies to study cartilage development, degeneration and regeneration, M Bhattacharjee, J Coburn, M Centola, S Murab, A Barbero, DL Kaplan, I Martin, S Ghosh, Advanced Drug Delivery Reviews, 2015, 84, 107-122 (IF= 15.60, Citations: 120)
  74. 2014
  75. Strategies for replicating anatomical cartilaginous tissue gradient in engineered Intervertebral disc, M Bhattacharjee, S Chameettachal, S Pahwa, AR Ray, S Ghosh, ACS Applied Materials and Interfaces, 2014, 6, 183-193 (IF= 7.14, Citations: 27)
  76. Precise patterning of biopolymers and cells by Direct write technique, S Nara, S Chameettachal, S Ghosh, Materials Technology: Advanced Biomaterials, 2014, 29 (B1) B10-B14 (invited article for a special issue) (Citations: 9)
  77. 2013
  78. The role of 3D structure and protein conformation on the innate and adaptive immune responses to silk-based biomaterials, M Bhattacharjee, E Schultz-Thater, E Trella, S Miot, S Das, M Loparic, AR Ray, I Martin, GC Spagnoli, S Ghosh, Biomaterials, 2013, 34, 8161-8171 (IF= 12.47, Citations: 92)
  79. Enhanced redifferentiation of chondrocytes on microperiodic silk-gelatin scaffolds: toward tailor-made tissue engineering, S Das, F Pati, S Chameettachal, S Pahwa, AR Ray, S Dhara, S Ghosh, Biomacromolecules, 2013, 14, 311-321 (IF= 5.58, Citations: 97)
  80. Matrix-embedded cytokines to simulate Osteoarthritis-like cartilage microenvironment, S Murab, S Chameettachal, M Bhattacharjee, S Das, DL Kaplan, S Ghosh, Tissue Engineering Part A, 2013, 9, 1733-1753 (IF= 4.74, Citations: 39)
    2012
  81. PLGA Nanoparticles for Peptide Receptor Radioneucleotide therapy of Neuroendocrine tumors: A novel approach towards reduction of renal radiation dose, G Arora, J Shukla, S Ghosh, SK Maulik, A Malhotra, G Bandhopadhyaya, PLoS ONE, 2012, 7(3), e34019, published on 19 March 2012 (IF= 3.54, Citations: 16)
  82. Recognition based hormonal 95 kDa monoclonal antibody on three human cancer cell lines for developing targeted radio-immuno-imaging and therapy, GP Bandhopadhyaya, G Arora, J Shukla, S Ghosh, Hellenic Journal of Nuclear Medicine, 2012, 15 (2), 108-13 (IF= 0.83, Citations: 3)
  83. Oriented lamellar silk fibrous scaffolds to drive cartilage matrix orientation: towards Annulus Fibrosus tissue engineering, M Bhattacharjee, S Miot, A Gorecka, K Singha, M Loparic, S Dickinson, A Das, NS Bhavesh, AR Roy, I Martin, S Ghosh, Acta Biomaterialia, 2012, 8, 3313-3325 (IF= 6.01, Citations: 92)
    2011
  84. Unveiling the self-assembly behavior of Poly(AAc-co-DMAPMA) in situ to form Smart monolith displaying nanogels-within-macrogel hierarchial morphology, A Das, S Ghosh, Alok R Ray, Polymer, 2011, 52, 3800-3810 (IF= 3.58, Citations: 20)
  85. Tissue engineering of Annulus Fibrosus: Can silk fibres offer a potential solution? M Bhattacharjee, S Miot, G Spagnoli, I Martin, S Ghosh and A Ray, Proceedings of Indian National Science Academy, 2011, 77, 2, 125-131 (IF= 0.39, Citations: 1)
    2010
    2009
  86. In vitro model of mesenchymal condensation during chondrogenic development, S Ghosh, M Laha, S Mandal, S Sengupta, DL Kaplan, Biomaterials, 2009, 30, 6530-6540 (IF= 8.38, Citations: 87)
  87. Comparative Chondrogenesis of Human Cell Sources in 3D Scaffolds , RS Tigli, S Ghosh, MM Laha, NK Shevde, L Daheron, J Gimble, M Gumusderelioglu, DL Kaplan, J Tissue Engineering & Regenerative Medicine, 2009, 3(5), 348-360 (IF= 4.71, Citations: 138)
  88. 2008
  89. Direct-Write Assembly of Micro-Periodic Silk Fibroin Scaffolds for Tissue Engineering Applications, S Ghosh, ST Parker, X Wang, DL Kaplan, JA Lewis, Advanced Functional Materials, 2008, 18, 1883-1889 (IF= 11.8, Citations: 265)
  90. New dimensions in tumor immunology: what does 3D culture reveal? C Feder-Mengus, S Ghosh, A Reschner, I Martin, GC Spagnoli, Trends in Molecular medicine, 2008, 14(8):333-340. (IF= 7.09, Citations: 140)
  91. 2007
  92. Use of multicellular tumor spheroids to dissect endothelial cell-tumor cell interactions: a role for T-cadherin in tumor angiogenesis. S Ghosh, M. Joshi, D. Ivanov, C. Feder-Mengus, G. Spagnoli, I. Martin, P. Erne, T. Resink, FEBS Letters. 2007; 581(23): 4523-28 (IF= 3.52, Citations: 84)
  93. Multiple mechanisms underlie defective recognition of melanoma cells cultured in three-dimensional architectures by antigen specific cytotoxic T lymphocytes, C Feder*, S Ghosh*, WP Weber, S Wyler, P Zajac, L Terracciano, D Oertli, M Heberer, I Martin, GC Spagnoli, A Reschner, British Journal of Cancer (Nature Publishing Group), 2007, 96(7):1072-82 (IF= 5.56, Citations: 85)
  94. 2006
  95. Three dimensional culture of melanoma cells results in impaired immunorecognition by cytotoxic T lymphocytes specific for tumor-associated antigen, S Ghosh, C Feder-Mengus, P Zajac, G Spagnoli, I Martin, A Reschner, Journal of Immunology, 2006, 176, S273-S273
  96. 2005
  97. Culture of melanoma cells in three-dimensional architectures results in impaired immunorecognition by cytotoxic T lymphocytes specific for Melan-A /MART-1 tumor associated antigen, S Ghosh, R Rosenthal, P Zajac, WP Weber, D Oertli, M Heberer, I Martin, GC Spagnoli, A Reschner, Annals of Surgery, 2005, 242(6):851-858 (IF= 8.57, Citations: 46)
  98. Three-dimensional culture of melanoma cells profoundly affects gene expression profile: A high density oligonucleotide array study, S Ghosh, GC Spagnoli, I Martin, S Ploegert, P Demougin, M Heberer, A Reschner, Journal of Cellular Physiology, 2005; 204(2): 522-531 (IF= 4.15, Citations: 385)
  99. Culture of melanoma cells in three-dimensional architectures results in impaired immunorecognition by cytotoxic T lymphocytes specific for Melan-A/MART-1 tumor associated antigen, M Bolli, S Ghosh, GC Spagnoli, I Martin, S Ploegert, P Demougin, M Heberer, A Reschner, Journal of the American College of Surgeons, 2005, 201 (3): S79
  100. 2002
  101. Use of Polysaccharide fibres in wound dressing- S Ghosh, M Jassal, Indian Journal of Fibre & Textile Research , 2002, 27(4), 434-450 (Citations: 19)
  102. Aramid Fibers : an over view- M Jassal, S Ghosh, Indian Journal of Fibre & Textile Research 2002, 27(3), 290-306 (Citations: 128)
  103. 2001
  104. Medical Textiles: S Ghosh, The Indian Textile Journal, 2000, 110(6), 10-14 (Citations: 2)


Book Chapters

  • 3D Human Tissue Models for the study of Osteochondral Diseases: S Ghosh, DL Kaplan, in Advances in Tissue Engineering, ed. L Polak, Imperial College Press, UK, 2008
  • Sutures: Surgical Sewing Thread: RS Rengasamy, S Ghosh, in Technical Yarns ed. R Alagirusamy & A Das, Woodhead Publishing, 2010
  • Silk Biomaterials for tissue engineering of Intervertebral disk: M Bhattacharjee, S Ghosh, in Silk Biomaterials for Tissue Engineering and Regenerative Medicine, ed. SC Kundu, Woodhead Publishing, 2014
  • Composite Nonwovens in Medical Applications: S Ghosh, in Composite Nonwoven Materials ed. D Das, Woodhead Publishing, 2014
  • Silk bioinks for 3D Bioprinting: S Midha, S Ghosh, in Regenerative Medicine ed. A Mukhopadhyay, Springer, 2017
  • Biomaterials for Musculoskeletal Regeneration- Applications, by B. Basu, S. Ghosh, Springer, 2016
  • Next generation Tissue Engineering strategies by combination of organoid formation and 3D Bioprinting, ed. N. Sultana, S Bandopadhyay-Ghosh, SC Fhong, by S Chawla, J Chakraborty, S. Ghosh, CRC Press, 2019
  • Personalized regenerative 3D printed bone substitutes for craniomaxillofacial reconstruction, by J. Chakraborty, S. Ghosh, Salubris Medical Publishers, 2019

Conference Proceedings & selected other publications

  1. Synergistic cytotoxic action of ionizing radiation and anti-hCG antibodies on radio-resistant human glioblastoma cells, Society of Nuclear Medicine Annual Meeting abstract, 2014, 55 (Supplement 1), 278
  2. In vitro Osteoarthritis Disease Model, TERMIS Asia pacific meeting, Wuzhen, China, Oct 23-26, 2013
  3. Sculpturing the complex lamellar architecture of annulus fibrosus tissue using chemically modified silk scaffold, Journal of Tissue Eng and Regen Med, 6, 2012, 194
  4. Biopolymeric nanoprobes for improved efficacy of PRRT, European Journal of Nuclear Medicine and Molecular Imaging, 2013, 40, S108
  5. Nano-carriers: A better alternative to amino acid co-infusion in Peptide Receptor Radioneucleotide therapy for renal protection, Journal of Postgraduate Medicine Education and research, Vol 47 (1), Jan-Mar 2013 (awarded best oral presentation and paper to Geetanjali Arora)
  6. Targeted radionuclide therapy and dosimetry, 2nd World Congress on Ga-68 (Generators and Novel Radiopharmaceuticals) Molecular Imaging (PET/CT), at PGIMER, Chandigarh, Punjab, Feb 28-March 2, 2013
  7. In vitro tissue disease model for Osteoarthritis pathobiology, Journal of Tissue Eng and Regen Med, 6, 2012, 350
  8. 177Lu-DOTATATE nanoparticles: A therapeutic option for peptide receptor radionuclide therapy, Journal of Nuclear Medicine, Vol 53 (S1), 76, May 2012
  9. Annual meeting of International Society of Nuclear Medicine and Molecular Imaging, Miami, Florida, USA, June 9-13, 2012
  10. In vitro Tissue Disease Model for Osteoarthritis Pathophysiology, 3rd TERMIS World congress 2012, 'Tissue engineering and Regenerative Medicine', Vienna, Austria, Sept 5-8, 2012
  11. Sculpturing the complex lamellar architecture of annulus fibrosus tissue using chemically modified silk scaffold, 3rd TERMIS World congress 2012, 'Tissue engineering and Regenerative Medicine', Vienna, Austria, Sept 5-8, 2012
  12. Biomechanical Study of a Tissue Engineered Inter-vertebral Disc,The Third Asian Conference on Mechanics of Functional Materials and Structures (ACMFMS 2012), Department of Applied Mechanics, IIT Delhi, December 5-8, 2012
  13. Development of silk and gelatin thermo-responsive blend polymer for the expansion of the human corneal epithelial stem cells as an alternative to human amniotic membrane, Annual meeting of The Indian Eye Research Group (IERG), LV Prasad Eye Institute, Hyderabad, 2012
  14. Formulation of radioactive nanoparticles for therapy of neuroendocrine tumors: Encapsulation and in vitro release kinetics, Journal of Nuclear Medicine, Vol 52 (S1), 1740, May 2011, Annual meeting of International Society of Nuclear Medicine, Antonio, Texas, USA
  15. In Vitro Model of Mesenchymal Condensation During Chondrogenic Developmement- Society for Biological Engineering's (AiChE Technological community) 2nd International Conference on Stem Cell Engineering, Hyatt Harborside Hotel, Boston, MA, USA, May 2-5, 2010
  16. Comparative Chondrogenesis of Human Cell Sources in 3D Scaffolds- Society for Biological Engineering's (AiChE Technological community) 2nd International Conference on Stem Cell Engineering, Hyatt Harborside Hotel, Boston, MA, USA, May 2-5, 2010
  17. Bioreactors for Tissue engineering applications- International workshop on Biomaterials for Tissue Engineering & Biotechnological Applications, Nov 22-24, 2008, IIT Kharagpur, India (invited lecture)
  18. Silk-based biomaterials: Fibre of Fitness, Biotech News, 2008, 3(5) Department of Biotechnology, Ministry of Science & Technology, Government of India (invited review)
  19. Nano-fibrous silk fibroin scaffolds for understanding cartilage tissue engineering process, International Workshop- Cell based Tissue Engineering using natural polymers, 28-29th November 2007, GIST, Gwangju, Korea. (invited lecture)
  20. Bioreactors for cartilage Tissue engineering- International workshop of Articular Joint Biology and Disease, 17-18th March, 2007, IIT Kanpur, India (invited lecture)
  21. Multiple mechanisms underlie defective recognition of melanoma cells cultured in three dimensional architectures by antigen specific cytotoxic T lymphocytes, USGEB 2007, Basel Computational Biology Conference, Union of Swiss Societies of Experimental Biology, Basel, Switzerland, 13-14th March, 2007
  22. Multiple mechanisms underlie defective recognition of melanoma cells cultured in three dimensional architectures by antigen specific cytotoxic T lymphocytes, Annual congress of Swiss Society of Allergology and Immunology & spring meeting of the Swiss Society of Dermatology and Venerology, Basel, Switzerland, 19-20th April, 2007
  23. Culture of melanoma cells in three dimensional architectures results in impaired immunorecognition by antigen specific cytotoxic T lymphocytes, Biovalley Life Sciences Week 2006, Basel, Switzerland, 17th Oct, 2006
  24. Culture of melanoma cells in three dimensional architectures results in impaired immunorecognition by antigen specific cytotoxic T lymphocytes Conference of American Association of Immunologists, Boston, USA, 12-16th May, 2006
  25. Culture of melanoma cells in three dimensional architectures results in impaired immunorecognition by cytotoxic T lymphocytes specific for Melan-A/MART-1 tumor associated antigen Conf of European Surgical Association, Stockholm, Sweden, 7-8th April, 2005
  26. Novel polymeric scaffolds for Bone and Cartilage Tissue Engineering- International Conference on emerging trends in Polymers & Textiles, IIT Delhi, New Delhi, India, 7-8th January, 2005
  27. Development of Alginate based wound dressing material, International Conference on emerging trends in Polymers, 7-8th January, 2005, Dept of Textile Technology, IIT Delhi
  28. Three-dimensional culture of melanoma cells profoundly affects gene expression profile 3rd International conference on Tumor microenvironment: Progression, Therapy and Prevention, Prague, Czech Republic, 10-16th October, 2004
  29. A novel Alginate-based hydrogel as post-surgical adhesion preventive material Conference of Swiss Society of Biomedical Engineering, ETH Zurich, Switzerland, 2nd -3rd September, 2004
  30. Multicellular spheroid culture system represents a better model than monolayer culture for studying melanoma development in vitro. Conference of Swiss Society of Biomedical Engineering, ETH Zurich, Switzerland, 2nd -3rd September, 2004