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Hire Dr. Prabir Kulabhusan
India
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Research Scientist with 10+ years of experience in Life science, Biotechnology and Interdisciplinary science

Profile Summary
Subject Matter Expertise
Services
Scientific consulting Technical consulting
Product development Formulation & development
Scientific writing Grant proposal, Journal article, Review article, Educational content
Data science & analysis Statistical analysis
Academic research Internet research, Evidence-based answers, Secondary data compilation, Literature search
Work Experience

Queen's University Belfast

- Present

Postdoctoral Research Fellow

Queen's University Belfast

October 2020 - Present

Assistant professor (Guest)

Gangadhar Meher University

July 2019 - January 2020

Post Doctoral Fellow

University of Ottawa

January 2018 - June 2019

Pondicherry University

August 2009 - September 2010

Education

Ph.D (BIOTECHNOLOGY)

Agharkar Research Institute

October 2010 - July 2017

M.Sc (BIOTECHNOLOGY)

Ravenshaw University

2005 - 2007

Certifications
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Publications
BOOK CHAPTER
Prabir Kumar Kulabhusan and Shailaja Agrawal and Jaison Jeevanandam and Michael K. Danquah(2020). Nanoformulated Herbal Drug Delivery as Efficient Antidotes Against Systemic Poisons . Poisonous Plants and Phytochemicals in Drug Discovery. p. 269--294. Wiley
(2019). Synthesis of Bioactive Peptides for Pharmaceutical Applications. Pharmaceutical Biocatalysis - Fundamentals, Enzyme Inhibitors, and Enzymes in Health and diseasesEdition: 1Chapter: 6 Publisher: Pan Stanford Publishing.
JOURNAL ARTICLE
Prabir Kumar Kulabhusan, Babar Hussain, MERAL YUCE (2020). Current Perspectives on Aptamers as Diagnostic Tools and Therapeutic Agents . Pharmaceutics.
Field-Usable Lateral Flow Immunoassay for the Rapid Detection of White Spot Syndrome Virus (WSSV) @article{10.1371/journal.pone.0169012, author= {Kulabhusan, Prabir Kumar AND Rajwade, Jyutika M. AND Sugumar, Vimal AND Taju, Gani AND Sahul Hameed, A. S. AND Paknikar, Kishore M.}, journal= {PLOS ONE}, publisher= {Public Library of Science}, title= {Field-Usable Lateral Flow Immunoassay for the Rapid Detection of White Spot Syndrome Virus (WSSV)}, year= {2017}, month= {01}, volume= {12}, url= {https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0169012}, pages= {1-14}, abstract= {Background White spot disease (WSD), a major threat to sustainable aquaculture worldwide, is caused by White spot syndrome virus (WSSV). The diagnosis of WSD relies heavily on molecular detection of the virus by one-step PCR. These procedures are neither field-usable nor rapid enough considering the speed at which the virus spreads. Thus, development of a rapid, reliable and field-usable diagnostic method for the detection of WSSV infection is imperative to prevent huge economic losses. Methods/Principal Findings Here, we report on the development of a lateral flow immunoassay (LFIA) employing gold nanoparticles conjugated to a polyclonal antibody against VP28 (envelope protein of WSSV). The LFIA detected WSSV in ~20 min and showed no cross-reactivity with other shrimp viruses, viz. Monodon Baculovirus (MBV), Hepatopancreatic parvovirus (HPV) and Infectious Hypodermal and Hematopoietic Necrosis virus (IHHNV). The limit of detection (LOD) of the assay, as determined by real-time PCR, was 103 copies of WSSV. In a time course infectivity experiment, ~104 WSSV particles were injected in Litopenaeus vannamei. The LFIA could rapidly (~ 20 min) detect the virus in different tissues after 3 h (hemolymph), 6 h (gill tissue) and 12 h (head soft tissue, eye stalk, and pleopod) of infection. Based on these findings, a validation study was performed using 75 field samples collected from different geographical locations in India. The LFIA results obtained were compared with the conventional “gold standard test”, viz. one-step PCR. The analysis of results in 2x2 matrix indicated very high sensitivity (100%) and specificity (96.77%) of LFIA. Similarly, Cohen’s kappa coefficient of 0.983 suggested "very good agreement” between the developed LFIA and the conventional one-step PCR. Conclusion The LFIA developed for the rapid detection of WSSV has an excellent potential for use in the field and could prove to be a boon to the aquaculture industry.}, number= {1}, doi= {10.1371/journal.pone.0169012}} . PLOS ONE.
Kulabhusan, Prabir Kumar and Rajwade, Jyutika M. and Sahul Hameed, A. S. and Paknikar, Kishore M.(2017). Lateral flow assay for rapid detection of white spot syndrome virus (WSSV) using a phage-displayed peptide as bio-recognition probe . Applied Microbiology and Biotechnology. p. 1--11.
Shailaja Agrawal and Prabir Kumar Kulabhusan and Manali Joshi and Dhananjay Bodas and Kishore M. Paknikar(2016). A high affinity phage-displayed peptide as a recognition probe for the detection of Salmonella Typhimurium . Journal of Biotechnology. 231. p. 40 - 45.