Biswajit Paul

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A naturally occurring 32-base pair deletion of the HIV-1 co-receptor CCR5 has demonstrated protection against HIV infection of human CD4+ T cells. Recent genetic engineering approaches using engineered nucleases to disrupt the gene and mimic this mutation show promise for HIV therapy. We developed a megaTAL nuclease targeting the third extracellular loop of(More)
— In energy constrained Wireless Sensor Networks (WSN), network lifetime is considered as one of the most important metrics from the design point of view. In our paper, we have addressed the impact of a disperse node on network lifetime and have proposed a new design approach, Lifetime Enhancement for Disperse Networks (LEDN) to reduce its effect on a two(More)
4U 1626−67 is an accretion powered X-ray pulsar that shows remarkably stable X-ray luminosity above hours timescale and gradual intensity variation on a few years timescale. Unlike other high magnetic field binary X-ray pulsars, the spin-up or spin-down rate of the neutron star is also very stable upto several years. Here we report a sudden increase in the(More)
We report here discovery of Quasi Periodic Oscillations (QPOs) in the High Mass X-ray Binary (HMXB) Pulsar XTE J0111.20–7317 during a transient outburst in this source in December 1998. Using observations made with the proportional counter array of the Rossi X-ray Timing Explorer during the second peak and the declining phase of this outburst we have(More)
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