Prof. Dr. Prati Pal Singh
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Main areas of research:
Neuroimmunomodulation, oipoid biology, microbial and parasitic infectious diseases, biotechnology
Interests/keywords:
malaria, leishmaniasis, tuberculosis, neuroimmunomodulation, oipoids, enkephalins, cytokines, macrophages, antibodies, acute-phase reactants, opioid receptors, morphine
Current title/position:
Professor
Current affiliation/employer:
National Institute of Pharmaceutical Education and Research
Collaborators:
1. Indo-European Union Seventh Framework Programme (FP7). Project titled “New Approaches to Target Tuberculosis” has now been funded in collaboration with Dr. Piet Herdewijn (Coordinator; K. U. Leuven, Belgium), Dr. S. H. E. Kaufmann (Max-Planck Institute for Infection Biology, Germany; Dr. Marino Zerial (Max-Planck Institute of Cell Biology and Genetics, Germany), Dr. Elaine Davis (Div. of Mycobacterial Research, National Institute for Medical Research, UK), Dr. Matthias Wilmanns (EMBL, Germany), Prof. Jyoti Chattopadhayay (Bioorganic Chemisitry Dept., Uppsala University, Sweden), Prof. Prati Pal Singh (National Institute of Pharmaceutical Education and Research, Mohali), Dr. Rajesh Gokhale (National Institute of Immunology, India) and Dr. Ram Upadhayaya (Institute of Molecular Medicine, Pune). The project is now operational since October 01, 2008.

2. A no cost project (with Prof. Branka Zorc, Zagreb, Croatia) on the screening of potential antimalarial compounds is operational for last 02 years. Nearly 50 compounds have been tested. Out of this work, one paper has been communicated for publication and the other shall be sent soon.

3. A collaborative research programme with Prof. Drik Schluter, Otto-van Guericke Univ., Magdeburg, Germany, has been initiated for the development of a new rodent cerebral malaria model using KO mice. The agreement is expected to be signed shortly.
Publications:
PUBLICATIONS (total 186; research papers, 77; abstracts, 106; editorials, 03; in reverse chronological order)

(NatureIndia published a research highlight titled ““A shot of morphine to treat TB”; doi:10.1038/nindia.2008.110; published online 31 January 2008).
(One research paper published in Nature Medicine; Ref. No. 45)

1. Jhamb, Sarbjit Singh and Singh, Prati Pal (2009). A short-term model for preliminary screening of potential antituberculous compounds. Scand. J. Infect. Dis. (In press). (IF 2008: 1.678)

2. Singh, Ramanpreet; Jhamb, Sarbjit Singh and Singh, Prati Pal (2009). Effect of morphine in Mycobaterium smegmatis infection in mice and macrophages. Ind. J. Microbiol. (In press).

3. S, Kharatmal; Jhamb, Sarbjit Singh and Singh, Prati Pal (2009). Evaluation of BACTEC 460 TB system for rapid in vitro screening of drugs against latent state Mycobacterium tuberculosis H37Rv under hypoxia conditions. J. Microbiol. Methods 78, 161-164. (IF 2008: 2.000)

4. Rajic, Z., Kos, G., Zorc, B., Singh, Prati Pal and Singh, Savita (2009). Macromolecular prodrugs. XII. Primaquine conjugates: Synthesis and preliminary antimalarial evaluation. Acta Pharmaceutica 59, 107-115.

5. Singh, Prati Pal and Nagpal, Trinity (2009). Neuroimmunomodulation and infectious diseases. In “Proceedings of International Conference on Neuroimmunomodulation and Infectious Diseases”, (Eds.) Prati Pal Singh and Robert M. Donahoe, NIPER, S. A. S. Nagar, pp. 321-342.

6. Jhamb, Sarbjit Singh; Singh, Raman Preet and Singh, Prati Pal (2008). A comparision of conventional and radiometric methods for the assessment of anti-tubercular activity of drugs against Mycobacterium tuberculosis in mouse and macrophage model. Ind. J. Tuberculosis 55, 70-76.

7. Singh, Ramanpreet; Jhamb, Sarbjit Singh and Singh, Prati Pal (2008). Iummnoenhancing effects of morphine during murine tuberculosis. In “Proceedings of International Conference on Opportunistic Pathogens in AIDS”, pp 110-115.

8. Singh, Raman Preet; Jhamb, Sarbjit Singh and Singh, Prati Pal (2008). Effects of morphine during Mycobacterium tuberculosis H37Rv infection in mice. Life Sci. 82, 308-314. (IF 2007: 2.348)

9. Singh, Prati Pal and H. Jain (2007). Trichomoniasis: chemotherapy, drug resistance and new targets. J. Parasit. Dis. 31, 79-91.

10. Singh, Prati Pal and Singal, Priya (2007). Morphine-induced neuroimmunomodulation in murine visceral leishmaniasis: the role(s) of cytokines and nitric oxide. J. Neuroimmune. Pharmacol. 2, 338-351.

11. Singh, Prati Pal and Kaur, Sukhraj (2006). Serum amyloid P-component in murine tuberculosis: induction kinetics and intramacrophage Mycobacterium tuberculosis growth inhibition, in vitro. Microb. Infect. 8, 541-551.
(IF 2004: 3.753)
12. Singh, Prati Pal (2006). Malaria and macrophages: cellular and molecular basis of pathogenesis and immune protection. J. Parasit. Dis. 30, 116-124.

13. Kaur, Amanpreet and Singh, Prati Pal (2005). Plasmodium chabaudi chabaudi AS infection in mice: role(s) of erythrophagocytosis and nitric oxide in parasite clearance. J. Parasit. Dis. 29, 112-118.

14. Singh, Prati Pal and Kaur, Sukhraj (2005). Acute-phase reactants during murine tuberculosis: unknown dimensions and new frontiers. Tuberculosis, 85, 303-315.
(IF 2004: 1.935)

15. Jain, Meenakshi; Khan, Shabana I; Tekwani, Babu L; Jacob, Melissa R; Singh, Savita; Singh, Prati Pal and Jain, Rahul (2005). Synthesis, antimalarial, antileishmainal and antimicrobial activities of some 8-quinolinamine analogues. Bioorg. Med. Chem. 13, 4458-4466. (IF 2003: 2.185)

16. Singal, Priya and Singh, Prati Pal (2005). Leishmania donovani amastigote component-induced colony-stimulating factors production by macrophages: modulation by morphine. Microb. Infect. 7, 148-156. (IF 2004: 3.753)

17. P. Singal and Singh, P. P. (2005). Leishmania donovani amastigote components-induced colony-stimulating factors production. Parasitol. Int. 54, 9-20.
(IF 2003: 1.205)

18. Singal, P. and Singh, Prati Pal (2005). Morphine-induced nitric oxide-dependent neuroimmunomodulation in established systemic Leishmania donovani infection in hamsters. J. Parasit. Dis. 29, 29-40.

19. Kaur, Sukhraj and Singh, Prati Pal (2004). High output expression of colony-stimulating factors by 30-kDa antigen of Mycobacterium tuberculosis. In Tuberculosis: Current Research Trends (Ed. Pawan Sharma). Proceedings of the "International Symposium on Emerging Trends in Tuberculosis Research", pp. 159-173.

20. Monga, Vikramdeep; Nayyar, Amit; Vaitilingam, Balasubramanian; Palde, Prakash B; Jhamb, Sarbjit Singh; Kaur, Sukhraj; Singh, Prati Pal and Jain, Rahul (2004). Ring-substituted quinolines. Part 2: Synthesis and antimycobacterial activities of ring-substituted quinolinecarbohydrazide and ring-substituted quinolinecarboxamide analogues. Bioorg. Med. Chem. 12, 6465-6472.
(IF 2003: 2.185)

21. Kaur, Sukhraj; Kaur, Harsimrat and Singh, Prati Pal (2004). Induction of colony-stimulating factors by a 30-kDa secretory protein of Mycobacterium tuberculosis H37Rv. Eur. Cytokine Ntw. 15, 327-338. (IF 2002: 2.153)

22. Vaitilingam, Balasubramanian; Nayyar, Amit; Palade, Prakash. B., Monga, Vikramdeep; Jain, Rahul; Kaur, Sukhraj and Singh, Prati Pal (2004). Synthesis and antimycobacterial activities of ring-substituted quinolinecarboxilic acid/ester analogues. Prat 1. Bioorg. Med. Chem. 12, 4197-4188. (IF 2003: 2.185)

23. Kaur, Sukhraj and Singh, Prati Pal (2004). Serum amyloid P-component-mediated inhibition of the uptake of Mycobacterium tuberculosis by macrophages, in vitro. Scand. J. Immunol. 59, 425-431. (IF 2003: 1.942)

24. Vangapandu , Suryanarayana; Jain, Meenakshi; Jain, Rahul; Kaur, Sukhraj and Singh, Prati Pal (2004). Ring-substituted quinolines as potential anti-tuberculosis agents. Bioorg. Med. Chem. 12, 2501-2508. (IF 2003: 2.185)

25. Kaur, A., Kinhikar, A. G. and Singh, Prati Pal (2004). Bioimmunotherapy of rodent malaria: co-treatment with recombinant granulocyte-macrophage colony-stimulating factor and an enkephalin fragment peptide Tyr-Gly-Gly. Act. Trop. 91, 27-41. (IF 2003: 1.336)

26. Singal, P. and Singh, Prati Pal (2004). Induction of colony-stimulating factors by Leishmania donovani amastigote soluble antigens. J. Parasit. Dis. 27, 87-93.

27. Suryanarayana, V., Sachdeva, S., Jain, M., Savita, Singh; Singh, Prati Pal, Kaul, Chaman Lal and Jain, Rahul (2004). 8-Quinolinamines conjugated with amino acids are exhibiting potent blood-schizontocidal antimalarial activities. Bioorg. Med. Chem. 12, 239-247. (IF 2003: 2.185)

28. Jain, M., Suryanarayana, V., Sachdeva, S., Singh Savita; Singh, Prati P., Gena, Gopa B., Tikko, K., Ramarao, P., Kaul, Chaman and Jain, R (2004). Discovery of a bulky 2-tert-butyl group containing primaquine analogue that exhibits potent blood-schizontocidal antimalarial activities and complete elimination of methemoglobin toxicity. J. Med. Chem. 47, 285-287. (IF 2003: 4.82)

29. Suryanarayana, V., Sachdeva, S., Jain, M., Savita, Singh; Singh, Prati Pal, Kaul, Chaman Lal and Jain, Rahul (2003). 8-Quinolinamines and their pro prodrug conjugates as potent blood-schizontocidal antimalarial agents. Bioorg. Med. Chem. 11, 4557-4568. (IF 2003: 2.185)

30. Singal, Priya and Singh, Prati Pal (2003). Cellular and Cytokine Responses in Leishmaniasis: A Review. J. Parasit. Dis. 27, 1-12.


31. Singal, Priya and Singh, Prati Pal (2003). C-reactive protein-mediated enhanced uptake of Leishmania donovani amastigotes by mouse macrophages in vitro. In Parasites and Diseases (Eds. Neelima Gupta and D. K. Gupta) pp. 73-82.

32. Kaur, Amanpreet and Singh, Prati Pal (2003). Biotherapy of rodent malaria by recombinant mouse granulocyte-macrophage colony-stimulating factor and methionine-enkephalin co-administration. In Proceedings of the IInd International Symposium of Molecular Medicine, 2002, Vadaora, pp 205-210.

33. Kaur, Sukhraj and Singh, Prati Pal (2003). Proinflammatory host-defence activities of mouse serum amyloid P-component against Mycobacterium tuberculosis H37Rv. In Proceedings of the IInd International Symposium of Molecular Medicine, 2002,Vadaora, pp 286-290.

34. Singal, Priya; Kinhikar, Arvind G., Singh Savita and Singh, Prati Pal (2003). Neuroimmunomodulatory effects of morphine in Leishmania donovani-infected hamsters. Neuroimmunomodulation 10, 261-269. (IF 2002: 1.153)

35. Kaur, A., Kinhikar, A. G. and Singh, Prati Pal (2002). Protection of mice against Plasmodium yoelii nigeriensis after co-treatment with recombinant mouse granulocyte-macrophage colony-stimulating factor and synthetic met-enkephalin. J. Parasit. Dis. 26, 9-21.

36. Kinhikar, A. G. and Singh, Prati Pal (2002). Production and characterization of monoclonal antibodies against asexual stages of Plasmodium yoelii nigeriensis. Hybridoma and Hybridomics 21, 479-485. (IF 2002: 0.574)

37. Kaur, A., Kinhikar, A. G. and Singh, Prati Pal (2002). Malaria vaccine development: problems and perspectives. Crr. Res. Info. Pharma. Sci. 3, 9-13.

38. Janin, Rahul; Suryanarayana, V., Jain, Meenakshi; Kaur, Navneet; Singh, Savita and Singh, Prati Pal (2002). Antimalarial activities of ring substituted bioimidazoles. Bioorganic & Medicinal Chemistry Letters. 12, 1701-1704. (IF 2002: 2.043)

39. Kinhikar G., Arvind, Singh Savita and Singh, Prati Pal (2001). The co-adjuvant effect of interleukin-1b fragment peptide 163-171 in a lethal rodent malaria vaccination model. J. Parasit. Dis. 25, 77-85.

40. Singh, Prati Pal and Singh, Savita (2001). Protection of mice from malaria after co-administration of recombinant mouse granulocyte-macrophage colony-stimulating factor and methionine-enkephalin. Eur. Cytokine Netw. 12, 528-536. (IF 2002: 2.153)

41. Singh S. and Singh P. P. (2001). Serum amyloid P-component-induced colony- stimulating factors production by macrophages. Scand. J. Immunol. 53, 155-161. (IF 2003: 1.836)

42. Singh, Savita and Singh, Prati Pal (2000). Morphine-modulation of plasmodial antigens-induced colony-stimulating factors production by macrophages. Life Sciences 67, 1035-1045. (IF 2002: 1.824)

43. Singh, Prati Pal (1998). Modern biotechnology in healthcare: the products, the transition, the business. Pharmag. 10, 26-27.

44. Singh, Rashmi., Gupta, P. P. and Singh, P. P. ( 1998) Cultivation of mouse bone marrow-derived mast cells using concanavalin-A stimulated splenocyte supernatant. Ind. J. Pharmacol. 30, 195-198.

45. Hoffman, S.L., Crutcher, J.M., Puri, S.K., Ansari, A.A., Villnger, F., Franke, E.D., Singh, P.P., Finkelman, F., Gately, M.K., Dutta, G.P. and Sedegah, M. (1997). Sterile protection of monkeys against malaria after administration of interleukin-12. Nature Medicine 3, 80-83. (IF 1998: 28.740)

46. Singh, P. P. and Singh, N.B. (1996). C-reactive protein: Stimulation of monkey blood monocyte derived macrophages for enhanced phagocytosis of Plasmodium fragile-infected erythrocytes. Biol. Memoirs 22, 11-19.

47. Singh, P. Pal; Singh, S., Dutta, G.P. and Singh, N.B. (1995). C-reactive protein-induced colony-stimulating factors production by macrophages. Eur. Cytokine Netw. 6, 37-43. (IF 1998: 2.122)

48. Singh, Prati Pal; Singh, Savita and Singh, N. B. (1995). C-reactive protein-inducedenhanced phagocytosis of Plasmodium fragile-infected erythrocytes by macrophages. In : Proceedings of the International Symposium on Vectors and Vector Borne Diseases (Eds. A. P. Dash, K. Satyanarayana), National Academy of Vector Born Diesases, Bhubaneswar (67-72).

49. Singh, Savita; Singh, Prati Pal; Dhawan, V.C., Haq, W., Mathur, K.B., Dutta, G.P., Srimal, R.C. and Dhawan, B.N. (1994). Lymphokines production by concanavalin A-stimulated mouse splenocytes: modulation by met-enkephalin and a related peptide. Immunopharmacol. 27, 245-251.

50. Singh, Prati Pal; Singh, Savita., Dutta, G.P. and Srimal, R.C. (1994). Immunomodulation by morphine in Plasmodium berghei-infected mice. Life Sciences 54, 331-339.


51. Singh, Prati Pal; Singh, Savita; Dhawan, V.C., Haq, W., Mathur, K.B., Dutta G.P., Srimal, R.C. and Dhawan, B.N. (1994). Opiate receptors-mediated modulation of colony-stimulating factors elaboration by macrophages. In : Recent Advances in the Study of Neurotransmitter Receptors (Eds. B.N. Dhawan, R.C. Srimal, R. Raghubir, R.S. Rapaka), Central Drug Research Institute, Lucknow (35-47).

52. Singh, Prati Pal; Singh, Savita and Dutta G.P. (1994). Plasmodium berghei infection in rats: Immune-complexes-induced colony-stimulating factors elaboration by macrophages. In: Tropical Diseases: Molecular Biology and Control Strategies (Eds. S. Kumar, A.K. Sen, G.P. Dutta, R.N. Sharma), PID, CSIR, New Delhi (324-334).

53. Singh, Prati Pal and Dutta, G.P. (1992). Comparative evaluation of the colony-stimulating factors induction potential of Plasmodium cynomolgi-infected monkey erythrocytes and soluble antigens. Acta Tropica 51, 247-255.

54. Singh, Prati Pal (1992). Evaluation of immunomodulators at cellular and molecular levels. UNESCO-CDRI Workshop on the "Use of Pharmacological Techniques for the Study of Natural Products", Central Drug Research Institute, Lucknow (49-53).

55. Singh, P.P., Singh, S., Dhawan, V.C., Haq, W., Mathur, K.B., Dutta, G.P., Srimal, R.C. and Dhawan, B.N. (1991). Enkephalins-modulation of Plasmodium cynomolgi antigens-induced colony-stimulating factors elaboration by macrophages. J. Biol. Regul. Homeost. Agents 5, 142-146.

56. Singh, Prati Pal; Dhawan V.C., Haq, W., Mathur, K.B., Dutta, G.P., Srimal, R.C. and Dhawan, B.N. (1991). Lymphokines elaboration: modulation by enkephalins. Int. J. Toxicol. Occupat. Environ. Health 1, 199.

57. Singh, P.P. and Dutta G.P. (1991). Induction of colony-stimulating factors by Plasmodium cynomolgi components. J. Biol. Regul. Homeost. Agents 5, 59-64.

58. Singh, Prati Pal (1991). Interaction of serum amyloid P-component with macrophages. In: Proceedings of the International Conference on Biomembranes in Health and Disease, Vol. 1. (Eds: P.K. Ray, A.M. Kidwai), Today and Tomorrow's Printers and Publishers, New Delhi (299-303).

59. Singh, Prati Pal and Dutta, G.P.(1991). Lymphokines and macrophage activation in simian malaria: P. cynomolgi infection in monkeys. In : Proceedings of the International Conference on Biomembranes in Health and Disease, Vol. 2 (Eds : P.K. Ray, A.M. Kidwai). Today and Tomorrow's Printers and Publishers, New Delhi (551-555).

60. Singh, Prati Pal and Dutta, G.P. (1990). Serum colony-stimulating factors induction in monkeys infected with Plasmodium cynomolgi. In: The Physiological and Pathological Effects of Cytokines (Eds. C.A. Dinarello, M.J. Kluger, M.C. Powanda, J.J. Oppenheim). Wiley-Liss, Inc., New York (339-342).
61. Singh, Prati Pal and Dutta, G.P. (1989). Simian malarias-induced lymphokines: Enhancement of macrophage erythrophagocytosis. Ind. J. Parasit. 13, 281-293.

62. Singh, Prati Pal and Dutta. G.P. (1989). Immune-complexes-mediated evasion of Plasmodium knowlesi from destruction by macrophages. Acta Tropica 46, 239-247.

63. Singh, Prati Pal and Dutta, G.P. (1988). Plasmodium knowlesi infection in monkeys: Effects of acute-phase serum on macrophage erythrophagocytosis. Ind. J. Parasit. 12, 262-274.

64. Singh, Prati Pal; Srivastava, V.B. and Talkwalkar, S. (1987). Natural Entamoeba muris infection in rats: A new model for screening potential luminal amoebicides. Ind. J. Parasit. 11, 15-20.

65. Singh, Prati Pal; Gervais, F., Skamene, E. and Mortensen, R.F. (1986). Serum amyloid P-component induced enhancement of macrophage listericidal activity. Infect. Immun. 52, 688-694.

66. Singh, Prati Pal and Mortensen, R.F. (1985). Serum amyloid P-component (SAP) response in inbred mouse strains during Listeria monocytogenes infection. In: Proceedings of II International Symposium on Genetic Control of Host Resistance to Infection and Malignancy, Montreal (Ed. E. Skamene), Allan R. Liss, Inc., New York (339-344).

67. Singh, Prati Pal; Tendulkar, J.S. and Nagarajan, K. (1985). Direct amoebicidal activity of CG-10213 GO and other nitroimidazoles against axenically grown E. histolytica. Ind. J. Parasit. 9, 99-100.

68. Dutta, G.P; Singh, Prati Pal: Agarwal, Anju and Agarwal, S.S. (1982). Serological studies in Plasmodium knowlesi infected convalescent rhesus monkeys. Ind. J. Med. Res. 75, 212-219.

69. Dutta, G.P., Singh, Prati Pal and Saibaba, P. (1981). Presbytis entellus as a new host for experimental Plasmodium knowlesi infection. Ind. J. Med. Res. 73, 63-66.

70. Singh, Prati Pal and Dutta, G.P. (1981). Antimalarial activity of mefloquine and chloroquine against blood induced Plasmodium knowlesi infection in rhesus monkeys. Ind. J. Med. Res.73, 23-28.

71. Singh, Prati Pal, Puri, S.K. and Dutta, G.P. (1980). Chemotherapeutic response of the antigenic variants of Plasmodium knowlesi in Macaca mulatta. Ind. J. Parasit. 4, 191-193.

72. Singh, Prati Pal (1980). Antibiotic treatment of Assamese monkey Macaca assamensis infected with Plasmodium knowlesi and their further susceptibility to reinfection. Ann. Nat. Acad. Med. Sci. (Ind.). 16, 263-270.

73. Dutta, G.P. and Singh, Prati Pal (1980). Immune status of rhesus monkeys infected with Plasmodium knowlesi after curative and suppressive chloroquine therapy. Ind. J. Med. Res. 72, 23-32.

74. Singh, Prati Pal (1980). Inhibition of invasion of Plasmodium knowlesi merozoites by sera from hyperimmunized monkeys and passive transfer of immunity. In: Proceedings of "International Symposium: Hundred Years of Malaria Research", Calcutta, (314 -320).

75. Dutta, G.P. and Singh, Prati Pal (1979). Blood schizontocidal activity of some antibiotics against Plasmodium knowlesi infection in Assamese monkey. Ind. J. Med. Res. (Suppl.). 70, 91-94.

76. Singh, Prati Pal (1979). Passive transfer of immunity against Plasmodium knowlesi in rhesus monkeys Macaca mulatta. Ind. J. Parasit. 3, 195-197.

77. Dutta, G.P., Singh, Prati Pal and Banayal, H.S. (1978). Macaca assamensis as a new host for experimental Plasmodium knowlesi infection. Ind. J. Med. Res. 66, 823-825.

ABSTRACTS/PRESENTATIONS/PARTICIPATIONS (1988 onwards; in reverse chronological order)

1. Singh, Prati Pal and Jhamb, Sarabjit Singh (2009). Morphine, neuroimmunomodulation and TB: a rodent model. 15th Society on Neuroimmune Pharmacology Scientific Conference, Wuhan, China.

2. Singh, Prati Pal (2009). Participated in the “14th World Conference on Tobacco or Health”, Mumbai.

3. Singh, Prati Pal and Goyal, Amit (2009). Tuberculosis: from genetics to molecular diagnosis and drug resistance. CME-cum-workshop “Molecular techniques in clinical microbiology”, Lucknow (p. 4).

4. Kharatmal, SB; Jhamb SS and Singh PP (2009). Rapid BACTEC method for in vitro screening of satranidzole and other drugs against latent Mycobacterium tuberculosis. 2nd National Conference of AIDS society of India, Jaipur (p. 43).

5. Singh, Prati Pal and Singh, Savita (2008). Hybridomic elucidation and cytokine characterization of antimalarial imme response: a rodent study. “Keystone Symposia” Malaria: Immunology, Pathogenesis and Vaccine Perspectives, Austria (Poster. No. E3-321).

6. Zrinka Rajić, Gabrijela Džimbeg, Branka Zorc1, Ivana Perković, Prati Pal Singh, Savita Singh (2008). Primaquine conjugates: synthesis and antimalarial evaluation. XII. Ruzickini dani, Vukovar, Croatia.

7. Singh, Prati Pal and Kaushik Debnath (2008). Antimalarial activity of allicin and its potential to reduce the curative doses of curcumin and artesunate: a rodent study. Multi-colloquial Brain Storming Meeting on Vector-borne Diseases. Madurai. (Oral Presentation No. 7, page 7).

8. Singh, PP and Pratap B. (2008). Possible extension of the working life of miltefosine by reduction of its curative doses by azithromycin: a rodent visceral leishmaniasis study. IX International Symposium on Vectors and Vector Borne Diseases, Puri. (Oral Presentation No. 7, page 13).

9. Singh, PP and Debnath K. (2008). A comparative study of the efficacy of allicin against different rodent malarias. IX International Symposium on Vectors and Vector Borne Diseases, Puri. (Abstr. No. P1.84).

10. Singh, PP and Das NR. (2008). Met-enkephalin suppresses disease progression in hamster model of visceral leishmaniasis. IX International Symposium on Vectors and Vector Borne Diseases, Puri. (Abstr. No. P1.85).

11. Singh, Ramanpreet; Jhamb, S. S and Singh, Prati Pal (2008). Immunoenhancing effects of morphine during murine tuberculosis. International Conference on Opportunistic Pathogens in AIDS, ICOPA-INDIA2008, New Delhi, (Page. No. 110).

12. Singh, Prati Pal (2007). Genomics and antimalarial drug discovery. National Symposium on Pharmaceutical Sciences and Pharmacoinformatics, Chandigarh (Abstr. No. PS-7).

13. Jhamb, Sarbjit Singh; Singh, Raman Preet and Singh, Prati Pal (2006). Comparative evaluation of BACTEC and plating methods for in vivo screening of antitubercular drugs. 47th Annual Conference: Association of Microbiologists of India, Bhopal (Abstr. No. AB-9).

14. Singh, Prati Pal and Singal, Priya (2006). Neuroimmunomodulation in experimental visceral leishmaniasis: some cellular and molecular mechanisms.18th National Conference of Parasitology, Kolkata (Invited Talk, Abstr. No. IT-3).

15. Singh, Prati Pal and Singh, Savita (2006). Blood- and tissue-schizontocidal activities of some substituted 8-aminoquinolines. 8th International Symposium on Vector & Vector Borne Diseases, Madurai (Plenary Lecture, Abstr. No. 120).

16. Singh, P. P. and Singal, P. (2006). Neuroimmunomodulatory effect of morphine in murine visceral leishmaniasis. 12th Society on NeuroImmune Pharmacology Conference, Santa Fe, NM, USA (Abstr. No. TP-39).

17. Kaur, Sukhraj and Singh, Prati Pal (2006). Interaction of Mycobacterium tuberculosis with macrophages: some in vitro protective effects of serum amyloid P-component. 10th International Conference of ISCB on Drug Discovery: perspectives and challenges, Lucknow (Abstr. No. IL-4).

18. Singh, Prati Pal and Kaur, Sukhraj (2005). Innate immune mechanisms in tuberculosis: the roles of acute-phase reactants. 32nd Annual Conference, Indian Immunology Society, Chandigarh (Abstr. No. IT-18).

19. Singh, Prati Pal (2005). Silicotuberculosis: some unknown immunological dimensions. In Silver Jubilee Special Issue of “Toxicology International”, International Conference on Toxicology, Environment and Occupational Health, Lucknow (Abstr. No. S7-LP-02).

20. Singh, Prati Pal and Kaur, Amanpreet (2005). Recombinant mouse GM-CSF and methionine-enkephalin co-treatment-induced protection from Plasmodium chabaudi chabaudi AS malaria: the role of IFN-γ-dependent synergism. International Medicine and Health in the Tropics Congress, Marseille, France (Abstr. No. P 443, p 230).

21. Kaur, Amanpreet; Gupta, Varsha and Singh, Prati Pal (2005). Recombinant human GM-CSF and M-ENK co-treatment-induced activation of human blood monocyte-derived macrophages for the killing of Plasmodium falciparum, in vitro. International Medicine and Health in the Tropics Congress, Marseille, France (Abstr. No. P 444, p 230).

22. Kaur, Amanpreet; Gupta, Varsha and Singh, Prati Pal (2005). Recombinant human GM-CSF and TGG co-treatment-induced activation of human blood monocyte-derived macrophages for the killing of Plasmodium falciparum, in vitro. International Training and Research in Emerging Infectious Diseases, Asian Regional Workshop, New Delhi (P 17).

23. Kaur, Harsimrat and Singh, Prati Pal (2005). Immunomodulation in murine tuberculosis. International Training and Research in Emerging Infectious Diseases, Asian Regional Workshop, New Delhi (P 49)

24. Singh, Savita; Vangapandu, Suryanarayana; Jain, Meenakshi; Jain, Rahul and Singh, Prati Pal (2005). Tissue-schizontocidal activity of a new potent blood-schizontocide compound NP-96 in P. yoelii nigeriensis-infected mice. 7th International Symposium on Vectors and Vector Borne Diseases, Punjabi University, Patiala. (Oral Pres. 14).

25. Singh, Savita; Singh, Prati Pal; Vangapandu, Suryanarayana; Jain, Meenakshi and Jain, Rahul (2005). Causal prophylactic activity of a new potential antimalarial compound NP-96 using P. yoelii nigeriensis mice model. 7th International Symposium on Vectors and Vector Borne Diseases, Punjabi University, Patiala. (Oral Pres. 15).

26. Kaur, Amanpreet and Singh, Prati Pal (2005). Interleukin-12 and transforming growth factor-b responses in Plasmodium chabaudi chabaudi AS-infected mice co-treated with recombinant mouse granulocyte-macrophage colony-stimulating factor and methionine-enkephalin. 7th International Symposium on Vectors and Vector Borne Diseases, Punjabi University, Patiala. (P 17).

27. Singh, Prati Pal and Kaur, Amanpreet (2005). Biopharmaceuticals and infectomics: recombinant mouse granulocyte-macrophage colony-stimulating factor and met-enkephalin is an effective co-treatment for rodent malaria. Plenary Lecture. Med Biotech 2005: A National Symposium. Punjabi University, Patiala. PL 4.

28. Kaur, Amanpreet and Singh, Prati Pal (2005). Recombinant mouse granulocyte-macrophage colony-stimulating factor and enkephalin fragment peptide Tyr-Gly-Gly co-treatment induced sterile protection from sporozoite-induced rodent malaria. XXII Annual Conference of Indian Academy of Neurosciences, Gwalior. P13.

29. Singh, Raman Preet, Singh, Jhamb Sarabjit and Singh, Prati Pal (2005). Neuroimmunomodulatory effect of morphine in murine tuberculosis. XXII Annual Conference of Indian I Academy of Neurosciences, Gwalior. P32.

30. Jhamb, Sarbjit Singh; Nayyar, Amit; Jain, Rahul and Singh, Prati Pal (2004). In vitro antituberculosis activity of ring substituted quinolines. 45th Annual Conference of Association of Microbiologists of India, Karnal. MPM-18.



31. Kaur, Sukhraj and Singh, Prati Pal (2004). Molecular mechanisms of innate immunity in tuberculosis: Role of serum amyloid P-component-induced macrophage production of nitric oxide. 45th Annual Conference of Association of Microbiologists of India, Karnal. MPM-30.

32. Kaur, Amanpreet and Singh, Prati Pal (2004). Recombinant human GM-CSF and M-ENK co-treatment-induced activation of human blood monocyte-derived macrophages for the killing of Plasmodium falciparum, in vitro. 45th Annual Conference of Association of Microbiologists of India, Karnal. MPM-37.

33. Kaur, Sukhraj and Singh, Prati Pal (2004). Serum amyloid P-component inhibits mycobacterial uptake through macrophage mannose 6-P receptors. 31st Annual Conference of Indian Immunology Society, Chennai. (Abstr. No. OR-3)

34. Singh, Prati Pal and Singh, Savita (2004). Biopharmaceuticals-induced sterile protection from sporozoite-induced rodent malaria. 31st Annual Conference of Indian Immunology Society, Chennai. (Abstr. No. OR-12)

35. Kaur, Amanpreet and Singh, Prati Pal (2004). Interferon- and tumor necrosis factor-α responses in Plasmodium berghei-infected mice co-treated with recombinant mouse granulocyte-macrophage colony-stimulating factor and M-ENK. 31st Annual Conference of Indian Immunology Society, Chennai. (Abstr. No. PML-2)

36. Singh, Prati Pal and Kaur, Sukhraj (2004). Acute-phase reactants and tuberculosis: unknown dimensions and new frontiers. International Symposium on Emerging Trends in Tuberculosis Research. New Delhi.


37. Kaur, Sukhraj and Singh, Prati Pal (2004). High output expression of colony-stimulating factors by 30 kDa antigen of Mycobacterium tuberculosis. International Symposium on Emerging Trends in Tuberculosis Research. New Delhi.

38. Kaur, Sukhraj and Singh, Prati Pal (2004). Serum amyloid P-component induction kinetics in murine tuberculosis. 12th International Conference of Inflammation Research Association, New York, USA. (Abstr. No. A035)

39. Singh, Prati Pal (2004). Hybridomics and antimalarial immune response. UGC Sponsored Conference on “Trends in Parasitology”, Chandigarh (p8).

40. Singh, Savita; Kaur, Amanpreet; Kinhikar, A. G., Gupta, Vrasha and Singh, Prati Pal (2004). Cultivation of Plasmodium falciparum local isolates and their in vitro susceptibility to chloroquine and pyrimethamine. UGC Sponsored Conference on “Trends in Parasitology”, Chandigarh (p17).
41. Singal, Priya and Singh, Prati Pal (2004). Morphine-induced neuroimmunomodulation in Leishmania donovani-infected hamsters is Th 1 response-dependent. Section: New Biology, 91st Indian Science Congress, Chandigarh.

42. Kaur, Sukhraj; Kaur , Harsimrat and Singh , Prati Pal (2004) Mycobacterium tuberculosis H37Rv-induced colony-stimulating factors production by macrophages and its regulation by cytokines. Section: New Biology, 91st Indian Science Congress, Chandigarh.

43. Singal, Priya and Singh, Prati Pal (2004). Leishmania donovani amastigotes-induced colony-stimulating factors production. Section: New Biology, 91st Indian Science Congress, Chandigarh.

44. Kaur, Aamanpret and Singh, Prati Pal (2004). Plasmodium chabaudi chabaudi AS infection in mice: erythrophagocytosis and nitric oxide production, ex vivo. Section: New Biology, 91st Indian Science Congress, Chandigarh.

45. Kaur, Aamanpret and Singh, Prati Pal (2003). Plasmodium chabaudi chabaudi AS infection in mice: protection by recombinant mouse granulocyte-macrophage colony-stimulating factor and methionine-enkephalin treatment. 30th Annual Conference of Indian Immunology Society, Lucknow. (O 17)

46. Kaur, Sukhraj and Singh, Prati Pal (2003). Mycobacterium tuberculosis H37Rv 30 kDa secretory protein-induced colony-stimulating factors production by macrophages, in vitro. 30th Annual Conference of Indian Immunology Society, Lucknow. (P 33)

47. Kaur, Sukhraj and Singh, Prati Pal (2003). Combined antimycobacterial activity of mouse recombinant granulocyte-macrophage colony-stimulating factor and gatifloxacin against intramacrophage Mycobacterium tuberculosis H37RV, in vitro. XX VII National Conference of Indian Association of Medical Microbiologists, Mumbai. (OT-14)

48. Mariappan, T.T., Kaur, Sukhraj; Singh, Prati Pal and Singh, Saranjit. (2003). Regional gastrointestinal permeability and ant-tubercular activity of isonicotinyl hydrazone, an interaction product of 3-formylrifamycin and isoniazid. 22nd IUATLD Eastern Region Conference, Kathmandu, Nepal. (p52)

49. Singal, P., and Singh, P. P. (2003). Immunomodulatory effects of morphine on Leishmania donovani-infected macrophages: role of nitric oxide. 20th Annual Session of Indian Academy of Neurosciences, Udaipur (P-14; Annals of Neurosciences 2003: 10, 29).



50. Kaur, A. and Singh, P. P. (2003). Enkephalin fragment peptide Tyr-Tyr-Gly and recombinant granulocyte-macrophage colony-stimulating factor co-treatment of rodent malaria. 20th Annual Session of Indian Academy of Neurosciences, Udaipur (P-15; Annals of Neurosciences 2003: 10, 29).

51. Kaur, S. and Singh, P. P. (2003). Opioid receptor-mediated met-enkephalin augmentation of Mycobacterium tuberculosis H37Rv phagocytosis by macrophages, in vitro. 20th Annual Session of Indian Academy of Neurosciences, Udaipur (P-16; Annals of Neurosciences 2003: 10, 30).

52. Knhikar A. G. and Singh, Prati Pal (2003). Development of a new in vitro erythrocyte-invasion assay using Plasmodium yoelii nigeriensis free-merozoites. International Symposium and CME on modern trends in malaria, New Delhi (Page 53).

53. Singh, Prati Pal (2003). Production of monoclonal antibodies against blood-stages of Plasmodium yoelii nigeriensis, and their characterization in terms of merozoite invasion inhibition and passive transfer of protection. 90th Indian Science Congress, Bangalore.

54. Kaur, Sukhraj and Singh, Prati Pal (2002). Serum amyloid P-component-mediated inhibition of the uptake of Mycobacterium tuberculosis by macrophages, in vitro. 43rd Annual Conference of Association of Microbiologists of India, Hissar (Abstr. No. MVM-21)

55. Singal, Priya and Singh, Prati Pal (2002). C-reactive protein-mediated enhanced uptake of Leishmania donovani amastigotes by mouse macrophages in vitro. Sixteenth National Congress of Parasitology, Bareilly (Abstr. No. O.7.1).
56. Kinhikar, Arvind G., and Singh, Prati Pal (2001). Possible in vivo and in vitro correlates of protection against Plasmodium yoelii nigeriensis: A monoclonal study. Microbial Biotechnology–Millennium New Vision, Association of Microbiologists of India, 42nd Annual Conference, Gulbarga (Abstr. No. MVM-38).

57. Kinhikar A.G., and Singh, P.P. (2001). Cerebral malaria in Plasmodium yoelii nigeriensis-infected mice: correlation between hypothermia and the production of pro-inflammatory cytokines. 5th World congress on Inflammation, Edinburgh –Scotland (Abstract No.W10/04, Inflammation Research, Suppl. 3, Vol. 50, and Workshop 10: Cytokines, p. s-172).

58. Savita, Singh and Singh, Prati Pal (2001). Drug-susceptibility and antigenic variation in Plasmodium falciparum, in vitro. International Symposium on Current Trends in Drug Discovery, Lucknow (Abstr. No.PII-16).

59. Singh, S., and Singh, P. P. (2000). N-linked oligosaccharide glycosylation-dependent serum amyloid P-component-mediated inhibition of Plasmodium yoelii nigeriensis merozoite invasion of mouse erythrocytes. 69th Annual Meeting of the Society of Biological Chemists (India), Calcutta (Abstr. No.H-2).

60. Kinhikar, Arvind G., and Singh, Prati Pal (2000). Characterization of monoclonal antibodies from mice refractory to lethal Plasmodium yoelii nigeriensis challenges. 27th Annual Conference of the Indian Immunology Society, Agra (Abstr. No.II (O) 6).

61. Kinhikar, Arvind G., Singh, Savita and Singh, Prati Pal (2000). Interaction of Plasmodia with macrophages: elucidation of the cellular and molecular basis of pathogenesis. The Millennium Symposium Malaria 2000. S. A. S. Nagar.

62. Tanu, Bajaj and Singh, Prati Pal (2000). Molecular mechanisms of antigenic variation in malaria. The Millennium Symposium Malaria 2000. S. A. S. Nagar.

63. Singh, Prati Pal (2000). Experimental non-human primate models in malaria research. North-West Chapter regional Meeting of Indian Association of Medical Microbiologist held at ICSSR Complex, Chandigarh (p.7).

64. Kinhikar, Arvind G. and Singh, Prati Pal (2000). Plasmodium yoelii nigeriensis infection in mice: an experimental cerebral malaria model. North-West Chapter regional Meeting of Indian Association of Medical Microbiologist held at ICSSR Complex, Chandigarh (p.6).

65. Singh, Prati Pal (2000). Granulocyte-macrophage colony-stimulating factor and met-enkephalin-induced protection against murine malaria. XXVI Annual Conference of the Indian Immunology Society, Mumbai (Abstr. No.I-3.2/5).

66. Singh, Prati Pal and Singh, Savita (2000). Comparative efficacy of azithromycin and erythromycin against Plasmodium yoelii nigeriensis infection in mice. Fourteenth National Congress of Parasitology, New Delhi (Abstr. No.O-3.6).

67. Kinhikar A. G. and Singh, Prati Pal (2000). Vaccination of mice against Plasmodium yoelii nigeriensis : characterization of immune serum using in vitro merozoite invasion assay. Fourteenth National Congress of Parasitology, New Delhi (Abstr. No.PS-7.11).

68. Singh, P. P. and Singh, S. (1999). Morphine-inhibition of Leishmania donovani antigens-induced colony-stimulating factors production by macrophages is pertusis toxin-sensitive. 4th International Congress of International Society of Neuroimmunomodulation, Lugano, Switzerland (Abstr. No. P133).

69. Singh, Prati Pal (1999). Development of recombinant protein drugs. Indo-US Symposium on Recombinant DNA Technology and its Application in Drug Discovery, S. A. S. Nagar (p. 8-10).

70. Singh, Prati Pal and Singh, Savita (1999). Morphine-modulation of Plasmodial antigens-induced colony-stimulating factors production by macrophages.13th National Congress of Parasitology, Bangalore (Abstr. No.143).

71. Singh, Savita and Singh, Prati Pal (1998). C-reactive protein-induced colony-stimulating factors by macrophages: inhibition by chloroquine. 9th International Conference of the Inflammation Research Association, Hereshy, USA (Abstr. No.6).

72. Singh, Prati Pal and Singh, Shyam ( 1998 ). Phosphorylcholine and Ca2+-induced conformational changes in C-reactive protein : a fluorescence study. Molecular Immunology Forum, Sariska (Abstr. No. 8).

73. Singh, Rashmi ; Gupta, P.P. and Singh , P.P. (1997). Cultivation of mouse mast cells in vitro. Indian Pharmacological Society : Tridecennial Conference, Jammu (Abstr. No. OR/87).

74. Singh, Prati Pal (1997). Role of cytokines in the development of immunomodulators and immunoadjuvants. National Seminar on Molecular Basis of Drug Development, S. A. S. Nagar (Abstr. No.5).

75. Singh, Prati Pal (1994). Induction of colony-stimulating factors by synthetic glycopeptides. Molecular Immunology Forum. III-Brain storming Sessions on Molecular Immunology, Bhubaneswar.

76. Singh, Prati Pal; Singh, Savita; Dutta, G.P. and Singh, N.B. (1994). C-reactive protein-induced enhanced phagocytosis of Plasmodium fragile infected-erythrocytes by macrophages. IV Symposium on Vector Borne Diseases, Bhubaneswar ( p.5).
77. Singh, Savita; Naquvi, T., Haq, W., Singh, Prati Pal; Singh, N.B. and Mathur, K.B. (1994). Effect of dermorphin analogue on the course of P. berghei infection in mice. IV Symposium on Vector and Vector Borne Diseases, Bhubaneswar( p.7).

78. Singh, Prati Pal; Singh Savita; Saran, R., Haq, W., Singh, N.B. and Mathur,K.B. (1994). Induction of colony-stimulating factors by interleukin-1b fragment 163-171 peptide and its analogues. XXI Annual Conference, Indian Immunology Society, Chandigarh( p.79).



79. Singh Savita; Saran, R., Haq, W., Singh, P.P., Singh, N.B. and Mathur, K.B. (1994). Modulation of macrophage erythrophagocytosis by human beta-casein fragment 54-59 peptide and its analogues. XXI Annual Conference, Indian Immunology Society, Chandigarh, (p.80).

80. Singh, P.P.; Singh, S., Naquvi, T., Dhawan, V.C., Haq, W., Singh, N.B., Dutta, G.P., Srimal, R.C., Dhawan, B.N. Mathur, K.B. (1994). Opioid peptides and immunomodulation. In: Neuropeptides and Immunomodulation: A Satellite Symposium of XVI International Congress of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, Lucknow ( p.5).

81. Srivastava, Ragini; Singh, Prati Pal; Singh, N.B. and Dutta, G.P. (1994). The effect of splenectomy on the course of Plasmodium yoelii nigeriensis and P. berghei infection in rats. XI National Congress of Parasitology, Udaipur ( p.143).

82. Singh, Prati Pal and Srivastava, Ragini (1994). Protocol for indirect haemagglutination test. In "NAM and Third World Academy Workshop on Antimalarial Evaluation and Biocide Assay for Control of Malaria", Central Drug Research Institute, Lucknow (p.72-77).

83. Singh, Prati Pal (1994). Molecular mechanisms of C-reactive protein-mediated immunoregulation. Second Brainstorming Sessions in Molecular Immunology, Bombay.

84. Singh, Prati Pal; Singh, Savita; Maheshwari, R.K., Dutta, G.P. and Friedman, R.M. (1993). Induction of colony-stimulating factors by poly IC:LC. XX Annual Conference of Indian Immunology Society. Bhopal ( p.7).

85. Singh, Savita; Naqvi, T. Haq, W., Singh, Prati Pal; Mathur, K.B., and Dutta, G.P. (1993). Immunomodulatory activity of dermorpin and a related peptide. XX Annual Conference of Indian Immunology Society, Bhopal ( p.115).

86. Singh, Prati Pal (1993). Colony-stimulating factors in malaria. III Asian Congress of Parasitology, Lucknow. (Abstract No. MS-1.11).

87. Singh, Savita; Singh, Prati Pal and Dutta, G.P. (1993). Vaccination of mice against Plasmodium yoelii nigeriensis : Development of a new model for evaluation of potential adjuvants. III Asian Congress of Parasitology, Lucknow. (Abstract No. PS-3.28).

88. Singh, Prati Pal and Dutta G.P. (1993). Molecular immunological studies on macrophages exposed to chloroquine : Inhibition of Plasmodium berghei-antigens-induced colony-stimulating factors elaboration. III Asian Congress of Parasitology, Lucknow (Abstract No.OS-3.14).

89. Singh, Prati Pal, Singh Savita and Dutta, G.P.(1993). Interaction of malaria parasites with macrophages: Elucidation of cellular and molecular events. National Symposium "Cell Biology of Parasitic Protozoa", Allahabad (Abstract No. A-13).

90. Singh, Prati Pal (1993). Molecular immunomodulation by opioid peptides. Second Brainstorming Sessions on Molecular Immunology (Sponsored by CSIR- TAB). New Delhi (p.9).

91. Singh, Prati Pal (1992). Molecular immunoregulation in malaria: Mechanisms of cytokine induction and their role(s) in host defense. 2nd Immunobiology Meeting of Young CSIR Scientists (Sponsored by CSIR-TAB) Delhi.

92. Singh, Prati Pal and Dutta, G.P. (1992). C-reactive protein induced colony-stimulating factors elaboration by macrophages. 2nd International Congress on Cytokines: Basic Principles and Clinical Applications, Florence, Italy.

93. Singh, Prati Pal, Dhawan, V.C., Haq, W., Mathur, K.B., Dutta, G.P. Srimal, R.C. and Dhawan, B.N.(1992). Effect of enkephalins on the colony-stimulating factors elaboration by malarial antigens stimulated macrophages from monkeys immune to P. cynomolgi. 2nd International Congress on Cytokines: Basic Principles and Clinical Applications, Florence, Italy.

94. Singh, Prati Pal and Dutta, G.P. (1992). Immune-complexes induced colony- stimulating factors elaboration by macrophages. CSIR Golden Jubilee Symposium on Tropical Diseases: Molecular Biology and Control Strategies, Lucknow, India (Abstract No.2.5.20).

95. Singh, Prati Pal; Singh Savita and Dutta, G.P. (1990). Immunosuppressive effects of morphine during murine malaria. XVII Annual Conference of Indian Immunology Society, Lucknow, India (Abstract No.047).

96. Singh, Prati Pal and Dutta G.P. (1990). Plasmodium cynomolgi soluble antigens-induced production of colony-stimulating factors. XIV National Congress of Indian Association of Medical Microbiologists. Vellore. India (Abstract No.MPG-4).

97. Singh, Prati Pal and Dutta, G.P. (1980). Serum colony-stimulating factors induction in monkeys infected with Plasmodium cynomolgi. Second International Workshop on Cytokines, Hilton Head Island, SC, USA (Abstract No.359).

98. Singh, Prati Pal and Dutta, G.P. (1989). Killing of Plasmodium cynomolgi by secretory products of macrophages activated by lymphokines and recombinant human interferon-gamma. Second International Workshop on Cytokines. Hilton Head Island, SC, USA. (Abstract No.272).

99. Singh, P.P. and Dutta, G.P. (1988). Lymphokines and macrophage activation in simian malaria. International Conference on Biomembrances in Health and Disease, Lucknow, India.

100. Singh, P.P. (1988) Interaction of serum amyloid P-component with macrophages. International Conference on Biomembrances in Health and Disease, Lucknow, India.

101. Singh, Prati Pal and Dutta, G.P. (1988). The role of soluble antigens and immune complexes in the expression of macrophage-mediated immune responses during P. knowlesi infection. XXVII Annual Conference of the Association of Microbiologists of India, Pune, India.

102. Singh, Prati Pal (1987). Serum amyloid P-component (SAP) binding with macrophages and its effect on their listericidal activity. The Molecular Biology of Human Diseases: An Asian Perspective, Singapore.

103. Singh, P.P., Srivastava, K.K. and Dutta, G.P. (1987). Macrophage-mediated mechanisms during acute-phase of P. cynomolgi infection in rhesus monkey. XIV Annual Conference of the Indian Immunology Society, Srinagar, India.

104. Singh, Prati Pal and Mortensen, R.F. (1986). Mouse serum amyloid P-component enhanced macrophage listericidal activity is not influenced by lymphokine or lipopolysaccharide. FASEB Annual Meeting, St. Louis, MO, USA.

105. Singh, Prati Pal and Mortensen, R.F. (1986). Enhancement of macrophage listericidal activity by serum amyloid P-component. ASM Annual Meeting, Washington, D.C., USA.

106. Singh, Prati Pal and Mortensen, R.F. (1985). Serum amyloid P-component (SAP) response of inbred mouse strains during Listeria monocytogenes infection. International Symposium on Genetic Control of Host Resistance to Infection and Malignancy, Montreal, Canada.


EDITORIALS

1. Singh, Prati Pal (2006). A Note from the New Editor-in-Chief. J. Parasitic. Dis. 30, 1-3.

2. Singh, Prati Pal (2007). State of the Journal of Parasitic Diseases Address 2007. J. Parasitic. Dis. 31, 1-2.

3. Satyanarayana K et al. (2008) Statement on publishing clinical trials in Indian biomedical journals. J Parasitic Dis.

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