Dr. Senjam Sunil Singh

Designation: Assistant Professor (S-3)

Specialization: Lectin Biochemistry

Contact: 09862589128

Email: sunil_senjam [AT] rediffmail.com


Life Membership:

  • Life membership for Indian Science Congress Association (since 2018)

  • Life membership for Manipur University Alumni Association (since 2018)

  • Life membership for Society of Biological Chemist (Since 2015)

  • Life membership for Hong Kong Society of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology (Since 2015)

  • Life membership for Association of Clinical Biochemist of India (Since 2005)

  • Life membership for IRCS, MSB (Since 2004)

  • Life membership for Zoological society of Manipur (Since 2003)

Publication: Papers Published (2010 onward):

  1. Sunil SS, Devi SK, Singh SJ, Rully H and Singh LS (2011): Purification and Characterization of a Magnesium Ion Requiring N-Acetyl-D-glucosamine Specific Lectin from Seeds of Quercus ilex L., Bioscience, Biotechnology, Biochemistry, (2011): 75(9), 1752-1757.

  2. Sunil S, Bimola Ch, Jibankumar S, Rupachandra L and Kunjeshwori S (2011):Variation of serum zinc level in psoriasis, Journal of Medical Society, (2011): 25(2), 29-36.

  3. Sunil S, Rupachandra L and Kunjeshwori S (2012): Antinutritive properties of plant lectins: a brief review, Journal of North East Food, (2012): 1(2), 31-38.

  4. Senjam Sunil Singh, Sanjenbam Kunjeshwori Devi, and Tzi Bun Ng. Banana Lectin: a Brief Review, Molecules (2014): 19, 18817-18827.

  5. Senjam Sunil Singh, Hexiang Wang, Yau Sang Chan, Wenliang Pan, Xiuli Dan,Cui Ming Yin, Ouafae Akkouh and Tzi Bun Ng. Lectins from Edible Mushrooms, Molecules (2015): 20, 446-469.

  6. Ouafae Akkouh, Tzi Bun Ng, Senjam Sunil Singh, Cuiming Yin, Xiuli Dan, Yau Sang Chan, Wenliang Pan and Randy Chi Fai Cheung. Lectins with anti-HIV activity: a review, Molecules (2015): 20, 648-668.

  7. Sorokhaibam Jibankumar Singh, Laishram Rupachandra Singh, Sanjenbam Kunjeshwori Devi, Senjam Sunil Singh, Chingsubam Bimola Devi and Huidrom Rully. Purification and Characterization of a Thermostable Caseinolytic Serine Protease from the Latex of Euphorbia heterophylla L. Protein & Peptide Letters, 2015, 22, 828-835.

  8. Huidrom Rully, Sanjenbam Kunjeshwori Devi, Laishram Rupachandra Singh, Senjam Sunil Singh, Sorokhaibam Jibankumar Singh, Wayenbam Sobhachandra Singh, Helena Thongam, Hijam Kiranbala Devi. A Novel Lectin from the Fruiting Body of an Edible Mushroom Lentinus cladopus L. International Journal of Plant Research. 2016; 6(3): 57-63.

  9. Singh SS, Cheung RC, Wong JH, Ng TB. Mannose Binding Lectin: A Potential Biomarker for Many Human Diseases. Curr Med Chem. 2016;23(33):3847-3860.

  10. Singh SS, Wong JH, Ng TB, Singh WS, Thangjam R. Biomedical applications of lectins from Traditional Chinese Medicine. Curr Protein Pept Sci. 2018 Jun 11. doi: 10.2174/1389203719666180612081709.

  11. Different aspects and potential applications of Amphibian Lectins in modern biology: Functional Tableau, Asian Journal of Biochemical and Pharmaceutical Research, Issue 1(Vol. 9) 2019.