Publications

Manuscripts published in peer reviewed International Journals:

(IF = Impact Factor, Citations as of January 2017, source Scopus/Google scholar, Total cumulative impact factor 347.41, total citations = 2450+ with "h- index" of 27).


    2017 :

  1. Linnea Nileback, Dimple Chouhan, Ronnie Jansson, Mona Widhe, Biman B Mandal and My Hedhammar. Silk-Silk Interactions between Silkworm Fibroin and Recombinant Spider Silk Fusion Proteins Enable the Construction of Bioactive Materials. ACS Applied Materials and Interfaces , 2017; Accepted. IF 7.50
  2. Dimple Chouhan, Janani Guru, Bijayashree Chakraborty, Samit Nandi and Biman B Mandal. Functionalized PVA-Silk blended nanofibrous mats promote diabetic wound healing via regulation of extracellular matrix and tissue remodeling. Journal of Tissue Engineering and Regenerative Medicine , 2017; Accepted. IF 3.92
  3. Manishekhar Kumar, Samit Nandi, David Kaplan and Biman B Mandal. Localized Immunomodulatory Silk Macrocapsules for Islet-like Spheroid Formation and Sustained Insulin Production. ACS Biomaterials Science & Engineering , 2017; Accepted. IF 3.2
  4. Sourav Bhowmick, Achintya Jana, Khushwant Singh, Prerak Gupta, Ankit Gangrade, Biman B. Mandal and Neeladri Das. Coordination driven Self-assembly of Ionic Irregular Hexagonal Metallamacrocycles via an Organometallic Clip and their Cytotoxicity Potency. Inorganic Chemistry , 2017; Accepted. IF 4.85
  5. Shreya Mehrotra, Samit Kumar Nandi, and Biman B Mandal. Stacked Silk-Cell Monolayers as a Biomimetic Three Dimensional Construct for Cardiac Tissue Reconstruction. Journal of Materials Chemistry B , 2017; 5:6325-6338. IF 4.54
  6. Jadi P. Kumar, Biman B. Mandal. Antioxidant potential of mulberry and non-mulberry silk sericin and its implications in biomedicine. Free Radical Biology and Medicine , 2017; 108:803-818. IF 5.61
  7. Yogendra P.Singh, Mimi Adhikary, Nandana Bhardwaj, Bibhas K. Bhunia, Biman B. Mandal. Silk fiber reinforcement modulates in vitro chondrogenesis in 3D composite scaffolds. Biomedical Materials , 2017; 12:045012. IF 2.47
  8. Joseph CM, Philip J. Reardon, Rocktotpal Konwarh R, Jonathan C Knowles, Biman B Mandal. Mimicking Hierarchical Complexity of the Osteochondral Interface Using Electrospun Silk-Bioactive Glass Composites. ACS Applied Materials and Interfaces , 2017; 9:8000-8013. IF 7.50
  9. Rocktotpal Konwarh, Bibhas K. Bhunia and Biman B. Mandal. Opportunities and Challenges in Exploring Indian Nonmulberry Silk for Biomedical Application. Proceedings of the Indian National Science Academy , 2017; 83:85-101.
  10. Manishekhar Kumar, Samit K. Nandi, David L. Kaplan and Biman B. Mandal. Immunomodulatory bioartificial pancreas for sustained insulin production in diabetic patients. European Cells & Materials , 2017; 33:Suppl. 2, 0323 IF 4.00
  11. Nandana Bhardwaj, Dimple Chouhan, Biman B. Mandal. Tissue engineered skin and wound healing: current strategies and future directions. Current pharmaceutical design , 2017 (Accepted). IF 2.61
  12. Sourav Bhowmick, Achinta Jana, Subba R. Marri, Prerak Gupta, J. N. Behera, Biman B. Mandal and Neeladri Das. Pyrazine based Pt(II) bis-alkynyl organometallic complexes: synthesis, characterization and cytotoxic effect on A549 human carcinoma cells. Applied Organometallic Chemistry , 2017 (Accepted). IF 2.45
  13. Bibhas K. Bhunia, Manishekhar Kumar and Biman B. Mandal. Development of silk based angle-ply construct for annulus fibrosus tissue engineering. European Cells and Materials , 2017; 33: Suppl. 2, P425 IF 4.00
  14. Dimple Chouhan, Bijayshree Chakraborty, Samit K. Nandi and Biman B Mandal. Role of Non-Mulberry Silk Fibroin in Deposition and Regulation of Extracellular Matrix Towards Accelerated Wound Healing. Acta Biomaterialia , 2017; 48:157-174. IF 6.31 (Special highlight in "The Hindu" National newspaper, Nature India & Recommended by Faculty F1000 Prime)
  15. 2016 :

  16. Prerak Gupta, Mimi Adhikary, Joseph Christakiran M, Manishekhar Kumar, Nandana Bhardwaj, Biman B. Mandal. Biomimetic, Osteoconductive Non-mulberry Silk Fiber Reinforced Tricomposite Scaffolds for Bone Tissue Engineering. ACS Applied Materials and Interfaces , 2016; 8:30797-30810. IF 7.50 [2 citations].
  17. Manishekhar Kumar, Jeannin M. Coburn, David L. Kaplan and Biman B. Mandal. Immuno-informed 3D Silk Biomaterials for Tailoring Biological Responses. ACS Applied Materials and Interfaces , 2016; 8:29310-29322. IF 7.50 .
  18. Yogendra Pratap Singh, Nandana Bhardwaj and Biman B. Mandal. Potential of Agarose/Silk Fibroin Blended Hydrogel for In Vitro Cartilage Tissue Engineering. ACS Applied Materials and Interfaces , 2016; 8:21236-21249. IF 7.50 (Special highlight in Nature India)
  19. Prerak Gupta, Manishekhar Kumar, Nandana Bhardwaj, Jadi Praveen Kumar, C. S. Krishnamurthy, Samit K. Nandi and Biman B. Mandal. Mimicking form and function of native small diameter vascular conduits using mulberry and non-mulberry pattered silk films. ACS Applied Materials and Interfaces , 2016; 8:15874-15888. IF 7.50 [1 citations] (Special highlight in Nature India)
  20. Rocktotpal Konwarh, Prerak Gupta and Biman B. Mandal. Silk-microfluidics for advanced biotechnological applications: A progressive review. Biotechnology Advances , 2016; 34:845-58. IF 10.59 .
  21. Saket K. Singh, Bibhas K. Bhunia, Nandana Bhardwaj and Biman B. Mandal. Reloadable Silk-Hydrogel Scaffolds for Sustained and Targeted Delivery of Molecules. Molecular Pharmaceutics , 2016; 13:4066-4081. IF 4.34 .
  22. Ali D. Malay, Kenjiro Yazawa, Hiroe Watanabe, Ryota Sato, Nao Ifuku, Hiroyasu Masunaga, Takaaki Hikima, Juan Guan, Biman B. Mandal, Siriporn Damrongsakkul, Keiji Numata. Relationships between physical properties and sequence in silkworm silks. Scientific Reports , 2016; 6:27573. IF 5.22 [1 citations].
  23. Nandana Bhardwaj, Yogendra Pratap Singh, Dipali Devi, Raghuram Kandimalla, Jibon Kotoky and Biman B. Mandal. Potential of silk fibroin/chondrocyte constructs of muga silkworm Antheraea assamensis for cartilage tissue engineering. Journal of Materials Chemistry B , 2016; 4:3670-3684. IF 4.50 [4 citations].
  24. Sudesna Chakravarty, Nandana Bhardwaj, Biman B. Mandal and Neelotpal Sensarma. Silk fibroin-Carbon nanoparticle composite scaffolds: A cost effective supramolecular "Turn Off" chemiresistor for nitro aromatic explosive vapours. Journal of Materials Chemistry C , 2016; 4:8920-8929. IF 5.06 .
  25. Rituparna Duarah, Yogendra P Singh, Prerak Gupta, Biman B Mandal and Niranjan Karak. High performance bio-based hyperbranched polyurethane/carbon dot-silver nanocomposite: A rapid self-expandable stent. Biofabrication , 2016 (Accepted) IF 4.70 .
  26. Santosh Kumar Behera, Anwesha Murkherjee, G. Sadhuragiri, Palani Elumalai, M. Sathiyendiran, Manishekhar Kumar, Biman B. Mandal, and G. Krishnamoorthy. Aggregation Induced Enhanced and Exclusive Highly Stoke Shifted Emission from an Excited State Intramolecular Proton Transfer Exhibiting Molecule. Faraday Discussions , (Accepted) 2016 IF 3.85 .
  27. Jadi Praveen Kumar, Nandana Bhardwaj and Biman B Mandal. Cross-Linked Silk Sericin-Gelatin 2D and 3D Matrices for prospective Tissue Engineering Applications. RSC advances , 2016; 6:105125-105136. IF 3.28.
  28. Lakshminath Kundanati, Saket Kumar, Biman B. Mandal, Tejas G Murthy, Namrata Gundiah, Nicola M. Pugno. Fabrication and mechanical characterization of hydrogel infused network silk scaffolds for tissue engineering. Int. J. Molecular Sci. , 2016; 17:1631. IF 3.25 .
  29. Nisha Shankhwar, Manishekhar Kumar, Biman B. Mandal and A. Srinivasan. Novel polyvinyl alcohol-bioglass 45S5 based composite nanofibrous membranes as bone scaffolds. Materials Science and Engineering: C (Accepted) 2016 IF 3.42 .
  30. Dimple Couhan, Samit K. Nandi and Biman B. Mandal. Non-mulberry silk fibroin based smart nanofibrous wound dressing for chronic cutaneous ulcers. European cells & materials , 2016; 31:239. IF 4.56 .
  31. Manishekhar Kumar, Deepak Jain, Nandana Bhardwaj, Prerak Gupta, Samit K. Nandi and Biman B. Mandal. Native honeybee silk membrane: A potential matrix for tissue engineering and regenerative medicine. RSC Advances , 2016; 6:54394-54403. IF 3.28 .
  32. Yogendra Pratap Singh, Joseph Christakiran M, Bibhas Kumar Bhunia and Biman B Mandal. Bi-phasic silk scaffolds for osteochondral tissue engineering. European cells & materials , 2016; 31:326. IF 4.56 .
  33. Malakar A, Kumar M, Reddy A, Biswal HT, Biman B Mandal and Krishnamoorthy G. Aggregation induced enhanced emission of 2-(2'-hydroxyphenyl)benzimidazole. Photochemical Photobiological Sci. , 2016; 15:937-948. IF 2.23 .
  34. Prerak Gupta, Manishekhar Kumar, Nandana Bhardwaj, Jadi Praveen Kumar, C. S. Krishnamurthy, Samit K. Nandi and Biman B. Mandal. Bioengineered silk vascular grafts for coronary artery bypass surgery. European cells & materials , 2016; 31:231. IF 4.56 .
  35. Rituparna Duarah, Yogendra Pratap Singh, Biman B. Mandal and Niranjan Karak. Sustainable starch modified polyol based tough biocompatible hyperbranched polyurethane with shape memory attribute. New Journal of Chemistry , 2016; 40:5152-5163. IF 3.27 [1 citations].
  36. Mimi Adhikary, Prerak Gupta, Manishekhar Kumar, Salma Jasmine, Nandana Bhardwaj, Dimple Chouhan and Biman B. Mandal. Hydroxyapatite-silk fiber-silk fibroin tri-composite scaffolds for bone tissue engineering. European cells & materials , 2016; 31:18. IF 4.56 .
  37. Satyabrat Gogoi, Manishekhar Kumar, Biman B. Mandal and Niranjan Karak. Renewable resource based carbon dot decorated hydroxyapatite nanohybrid and its fabrication with waterborne hyperbranched polyurethane for bone tissue engineering. RSC Advances , 2016; 6:26066-26076. IF 3.28.
  38. Nisha Shankhwar, Manishekahr Kumar, Biman B. Mandal, P.S. Robi and A. Srinivasan. Electrospun polyvinyl alcohol-polyvinyl pyrrolidone nanofibrous membranes for interactive wound dressing applications. J. Biomat. Sci. Poly. Edition , 2016; 27:247-262. IF 1.64 [1 citations].
  39. 2015 :

  40. Bibekananda De, Manishekhar Kumar, Biman B. Mandal and Niranjan Karak. An in situ prepared photo-luminescent transparent biocompatible hyperbranched epoxy/carbon dot nanocomposite. RSC advances , 2015;5:74692-74704. IF 3.28.
  41. Satyabrat Gogoi, Manishekhar Kumar, Biman B. Mandal and Niranjan Karak. High performance luminescent thermosetting waterborne hyperbranched polyurathane/carbon quantum dot nanocomposite with in vitro cytocompatibility. Composites Science & Technology , 2015; 118:39-46. IF 3.89 .
  42. Nandana Bhardwaj, Wan Ting Sow, Diplai Devi, Kee Woei Ng, Biman B. Mandal, Nam-Joon Cho. Silk fibroin-keratin based 3D scaffolds as a dermal substitute for skin repair and regeneration. Integrative Biology , 2015; 7:53-63. IF 3.37 [29 citations] (COVER PAGE) Most Downloaded article .
  43. Nadana Bhardwaj, Dipali Devi, Biman B. Mandal. Tissue engineered cartilage: the crossroads of biomaterials, cells and stimulating factors. Macromolecular Bioscience , 2015; 15:153-182. IF 3.85 [23 citations] .
  44. Samit K Nandi, Biswanath Kundu, Arnab Mahato, Narsinh L Thakur, Siddhartha Joardar, Biman B. Mandal. In Vitro and in vivo evaluation of natural marine sponge skeleton as a bone mimicking biomaterial. Integrative Biology , 2015; 7:250-262. IF 3.37 [4 citations].
  45. Manishekhar Kumar, Biman B. Mandal. Silk-based Macro Encapsulates for Sustained Insulin Release. Tissue Engineering A , 2015; 21:S65-S66. IF 3.89 .
  46. Supansa Yodmuang, Stephanie L. McNamara, Adam B. Nover, Biman B. Mandal, Monica Agarwal, Terri-Ann N. Kelly, Pen-hsiu Grace Chao, Clark Hung, David L. Kaplan, Gordana Vunjak-Novakovic. Silk microfiber-reinforced silk hydrogel composite for functional cartilage tissue repair. Acta Biomaterialia , 2015; 11:27-36. IF 6.00 [36 citations].
  47. 2014 :

  48. Nihar Dash, Ashim Malakar, Manishekhar Kumar, Biman B. Mandal and G. Krishnamoorthy. Metal ion dependent "ON" intramolecular charge transfer (ICT) and "OFF" normal switching of the fluorescence: Sensing of ZN2+ by ICT emission in living cells. Sensors and Actuators B: Chemical , 2014; 202:1154-1163. IF 4.75 [5 citations].
  49. S Barkam, J Ortiz, R McCormack, Biman B Mandal, S Das, S Seal. Protein integrated ceria-PLGA bioactive 3d scaffold for tissue regeneration. Wound Repair and Regeneration , 2014; 22:A31. IF 2.62 .
  50. 2013 :

  51. Biman B. Mandal, Eun Seok Gil, Bruce Panilaitis and David L. Kaplan.Laminar silk scaffolds for aligned tissue fabrication. Macromolecular Bioscience, 2013; 13:48-58. IF 3.85 (COVER PAGE)[16 citations].
  52. 2012 :

  53. Biman B Mandal, Ariela Grinberg, Eun Seok Gil, Bruce Panilaitis and David L. Kaplan.High strength silk protein scaffolds for bone repair. PNAS, 2012; 109:7699-704 IF 9.80 (COVER PAGE) [133 citations] (Special highlight in The Telegraph, Deccan Herald, Science Daily and Nature India)
  54. Lindsay S. Wray, Jelena Rnjak-Kovacina, Biman B. Mandal, Daniel Schmidt, Eun Seok Gil and David L. Kaplan. A silk-based scaffold platform with tunable architecture for engineering critically-sized tissue constructs. Biomaterials, 2012; 33:9214-24. IF 8.38 [38 citations].
  55. Lee W. Tien, Eun Seok Gil, Sang-Hyug Park, Biman B. Mandal, and David L. Kaplan. Patterned silk fibroin film scaffolds for lamellar bone tissue engineering. Macromolecular Bioscience, 2012; 12:1671-1679. IF 3.85 [12 citations].
  56. Sang-Hyug Park, Eun Seok Gil, Biman B. Mandal, Hong Sik Cho, Jonathan A. Kluge, Byoung-Hyun Min and David L. Kaplan. Annulus fibrosus tissue engineering using lamellar silk scaffold. Journal of Tissue Engineering and Regenerative Medicine, 2012; suppl3:s24-33. IF 4.71 [15 citations].
  57. S. C. Kundu, B. Kundu, S. Talukdar, S. Bano, S. Nayak, J. Kundu, Biman B. Mandal, N. Bhardwaj, M. Botlagunta, B. C. Dash, C. Acharya, and A. K. Ghosh. Non-mulberry silk biopolymers for tissue engineering, regenerative medicine and biotechnological uses. Biopolymers, 2012; 97:455-467. IF 2.24 [73 citations].
  58. J Rnjak-Kovacina, LS Wray, Biman B Mandal, ES Gil, AS Weiss, DL Kaplan. Versatile biomaterial scaffold platform for critically-sized tissue constructs. Journal of Tissue Engineering and Regenerative Medicine, 2012; 6:387. IF 4.71 .
  59. Sang-Hyug Park, Eun Seok Gil, Hong Sik Cho, Biman B. Mandal, Lee W. Tien, Byoung-Hyun Min and David L. Kaplan. Intervertebral disc tissue engineering using biphasic silk composite scaffolds. Tissue Engineering part A, 2012; 447-458. IF 3.89 [42 citations].
  60. 2011 :

  61. Biman B. Mandal, Sang-Hyug Park, Eun Seok Gil and David L. Kaplan. Stem cell based meniscus tissue engineering. Tissue Engineering A, 2011; 17:2749-2761. IF 3.89 [28 citations].
  62. Sang-Hyug Park, Hong Sik Cho, Eun Seok Gil, Biman B. Mandal, Byoung-Hyun Min and David L. Kaplan. Silk-fibrin/hyaluronic acid composite gels for nucleus pulposus (NP) tissue regeneration. Tissue Engineering A, 2011; 17:2999-3009. IF 3.89 [32 citations].
  63. Biman B. Mandal, Borna Ghosh and S. C. Kundu. Non-mulberry silk sericin/poly (vinyl alcohol) hydrogel matrices for potential biotechnological applications. International J. Biological Macromolecules 2011; 49:125-33. IF 3.13 [33 citations].
  64. Biman B. Mandal, Sang-Hyug Park, Eun Seok Gil and David L. Kaplan. Multilayered silk scaffolds for meniscus tissue engineering. Biomaterials, 2011; 32:639-51. IF 8.38 [106 citations].
  65. 2010 :

  66. Eun Seok Gil, Biman B. Mandal, Sang-Hyug Park, Jeff Marchant, Fiorenzo Omenetto and David L. Kaplan. Helicoidal Multi-Lamellar Features of RGD-functionalized Silk Biomaterials for Corneal Tissue Engineering. Biomaterials, 2010; 31:8953-63. IF 8.38 [77 citations].
  67. Biman B. Mandal, Soumen Das, Koel Choudhury and S. C. Kundu. Implications of silk film RGD availability and surface roughness on cytoskeletal organization and proliferation of primary rat bone marrow cells. Tissue Engineering A, 2010; 16:2391-403. IF 3.89 [35 citations].
  68. Biman B. Mandal and S. C. Kundu. Biospinning by silkworms: Silk fiber matrices for tissue engineering applications. Acta Biomaterialia, 2010; 6:360-71. IF 6.00 [50 citations].
  69. 2009 :

  70. Biman B. Mandal and S. C. Kundu. Calcium alginate bead embedded in silk fibroin as 3D dual release scaffolds. Biomaterials, 2009; 30:5170-5177. IF 8.38 [63 citations].
  71. Biman B. Mandal and S. C. Kundu. Osteogenic and adipogenic differentiation of rat bone marrow cells on mulberry and non-mulberry silk gland fibroin 3D scaffolds. Biomaterials, 2009; 30:5019-5030. IF 8.38 [57 citations].
  72. Biman B. Mandal, Sonia Kapoor and S. C. Kundu. Silk fibroin/polyacrylamide semi-interpenetrating network hydrogels for controlled drug release.Biomaterials, 2009; 30:2826-2836. IF 8.38 [157 citations].
  73. Biman B. Mandal and S. C. Kundu. Cell proliferation and migration in 3D silk fibroin scaffolds. Biomaterials, 2009; 30:2956-2965. IF 8.38 [245 citations].
  74. Biman B. Mandal and S. C. Kundu. Non-mulberry silk gland fibroin 3D scaffold for enhanced differentiation of human mesenchymal stem cells into osteocytes. Acta Biomaterialia, 2009; 5:2579-2590. IF 6.00 [39 citations].
  75. Biman B. Mandal, Anjana S. Priya and S. C. Kundu. Novel silk sericin-gelatin 3D scaffolds and 2D films: Fabrication and characterization for potential tissue engineering applications. Acta Biomaterialia, 2009; 5:3007-3020. IF 6.00 [101 citations].
  76. Biman B. Mandal and S. C. Kundu. Self assembled silk sericin/poloxamer nanoparticles as nanocarriers of hydrophobic and hydrophilic drugs for targeted delivery applications. Nanotechnology, 2009; 20:355101. (Most downloaded article in a week's time as per Nanotechweb site). IF 3.57 [55 citations].
  77. Biman B. Mandal, Jasdeep K. Mann and S. C. Kundu. Silk fibroin/gelatin multilayered films as a model system for controlled drug release. European Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences, 2009; 37:160-171. IF 3.77 [57 citations].
  78. Biman B. Mandal, Tamal Das, S. C. Kundu. Non-bioengineered silk gland fibroin micromolded matrices to study cell-surface interactions. Biomedical Microdevices, 2009; 11:467-476. IF 2.22 [12 citations].
  79. Biraja C. Dash*, Biman B. Mandal* and S. C. Kundu. Silk gland sericin protein membranes: fabrication and characterization for potential biotechnological applications. Journal of Biotechnology, 2009; 144:321-9. (* equal contribution). IF 2.66 [61 citations].
  80. 2008 :

  81. Biman B. Mandal and S. C. Kundu. A novel method for dissolution and stabilization of non-mulberry silk gland protein fibroin using anionic surfactant sodium dodecyl sulfate. Biotechnology and Bioengineering, 2008; 99:1482-1489. IF 4.24 [53 citations].
  82. Biman B. Mandal and S. C. Kundu. Non-bioengineered silk gland fibroin protein: Characterization and evaluation of matrices for potential tissue engineering applications. Biotechnology and Bioengineering, 2008; 100:1237-1250. (COVER PAGE) IF 4.24 [72 citations].
  83. Biman B. Mandal and S. C. Kundu. Non-bioengineered silk fibroin protein 3D scaffolds for potential biotechnological and tissue engineering applications. Macromolecular Bioscience, 2008; 8: 807-818 (COVER PAGE). IF 3.85 [83 citations].