Designation: Associate Professor
Specialization: Lectin Biochemistry
Email: sunil_senjam [AT] rediffmail.com
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):
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.
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.
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.
Senjam Sunil Singh, Sanjenbam Kunjeshwori Devi, and Tzi Bun Ng. Banana Lectin: a Brief Review, Molecules (2014): 19, 18817-18827.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.