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Satyajit Tripathy

Satyajit Tripathy

Satyajit Tripathy

Immunology & Microbiology Laboratory,

Department of Physiology with Community Health,

Vidyasagar University,

West Bengal.



He received his B. Sc. in Physiology from Vidyasagar University in 2008 and M. Sc. in Human Physiology from the university in 2010. Currently I am working as a Guest lecturer, in the department of Physiology, Narajole Raj College, West Bengal, India and Research Scholar in the Department of Human Physiology With Community Health, Vidyasagar University. During doctoral study, the main purpose is to develop chitosan-tripolyphosphate (CS-TPP) nanoparticles (NPs) conjugated chloroquine in application for attenuation of Plasmodium berghei infection in Swiss male mice. I worked as Junior Research Fellow in Department of science and Technology, Govt. of India funded project, entitled in Vidyasagar University, West Bengal, India. The research area focus on oxidative stress and also synthesis of drug conjugated nanoparticles which act as anticancer, antimalarial, antibacterial agents. Additionally the research area highlights the toxicity study, immunomodulating activity and immunostimulatory activity.


Research Interest

Anticancer, Antimalarial, Antibacterial agents