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Profile Summary
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Work Experience

Senior Bioinformatician

PrecisionLife Ltd.

April 2019 - Present

Post-doctoral Research Associate

University College London

July 2016 - Present

Education

PhD in Structural Molecular and Computational Biology

University College London

September 2012 - June 2016

M.S (Research) in Biochemical Engineering and Biotechnology

IIT Delhi

August 2010 - June 2012

B.Tech Biotecnology

West Bengal University of Technology

August 2006 - June 2010

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Publications
JOURNAL ARTICLE
Tsuchiya, Y., Zhyvoloup, A., Baković, J., Thomas, N., Yu, B.Y.K., Tsuchiya, Y., Zhyvoloup, A., Baković, J., Thomas, N., Yu, B.Y.K., et al.(2018). Protein CoAlation and antioxidant function of coenzyme A in prokaryotic cells . Biochemical Journal. 475. (11). p. 1909-1937.
Das, S., Orengo, C., Das, S., Orengo, C.(2018). Choosing the Best Enzyme Complex Structure Made Easy . Structure. 26. (4). p. 528-530.
Dawson, N.L., Lewis, T.E., Das, S., Lees, J.G., Lee, D., Ashford, P., Orengo, C.A., Sillitoe, I.(2017). CATH: An expanded resource to predict protein function through structure and sequence . Nucleic Acids Research. 45. (D1). p. D289-D295.
(2017). An overview of comparative modelling and resources dedicated to large-scale modelling of genome sequences . Acta Crystallographica Section D: Structural Biology. 73. (8). p. 628-640.
Das, S., Orengo, C.A.(2016). Protein function annotation using protein domain family resources . Methods. 93. p. 24-34.
White, B., White, B., Fatima, V., White, B., Fatima, V., Fatima, N., Das, S., Rahman, F., Hassan, M.(2016). Highlights of the 2 <sup>nd</sup> Bioinformatics Student Symposium by ISCB RSG-UK [version 1; referees: Not peer reviewed] . F1000Research. 5.
Lee, D., Lee, D., Lee, D., Das, S., Dawson, N.L., Dobrijevic, D., Ward, J., Orengo, C.(2016). Novel Computational Protocols for Functionally Classifying and Characterising Serine Beta-Lactamases . PLoS Computational Biology. 12. (6).
Lam, S.D., Dawson, N.L., Lam, S.D., Dawson, N.L., Das, S., Sillitoe, I., Ashford, P., Lee, D., Lehtinen, S., Orengo, C.A., et al.(2016). Gene3D: Expanding the utility of domain assignments . Nucleic Acids Research. 44. (D1). p. D404-D409.
(2015). Diversity in protein domain superfamilies . Current Opinion in Genetics and Development. 35. p. 40-49.
Das, S., Das, S., Sillitoe, I., Lee, D., Lees, J.G., Dawson, N.L., Ward, J., Orengo, C.A.(2015). CATH FunFHMMer web server: Protein functional annotations using functional family assignments . Nucleic Acids Research. 43. (W1). p. W148-W153.
(2015). CATH: Comprehensive structural and functional annotations for genome sequences . Nucleic Acids Research. 43. (D1). p. D376-D381.
Hassan, M., Rahman, F., Farmer, R., Hassan, M., Rahman, F., Farmer, R., Das, S., Vayani, F.(2015). Highlights of the 1st Student Symposium of the ISCB RSG UK . F1000Research. 4.
Lees, J.G., Lee, D., Studer, R.A., Dawson, N.L., Sillitoe, I., Das, S., Yeats, C., Dessailly, B.H., Rentzsch, R., Orengo, C.A.(2014). Gene3D: Multi-domain annotations for protein sequence and comparative genome analysis . Nucleic Acids Research. 42. (D1).
BOOK CHAPTER
(2017). Function diversity within folds and superfamilies . From Protein Structure to Function with Bioinformatics: Second Edition. p. 295-325.
Das, S., Khan, I., Kihara, D., Orengo, C.(2016). Exploring Structure-Function Relationships in Moonlighting Proteins . Moonlighting Proteins: Novel Virulence Factors in Bacterial Infections. p. 21-43.