Subia Bano

Subia Bano
Elvesys Microfluidic innovation centre Paris France

PhD (IIT Kharagpur)

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Introduction
Subia Bano currently working as a Marie Curie Post Doctorate Researcher at Elvesys Microfluidic Innovation Centre in Paris, France on Breast Tumor on chip system. Her research interest lies in investigating the potential of polymeric biomaterials for tissue engineering, drug/gene delivery and Organ on chip system.
Additional affiliations
January 2019 - present
ELVESYS Innovation Centre
Position
  • PostDoc Position
May 2009 - August 2014
Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur
Position
  • PhD
Education
August 2016 - July 2017
University of Eastern Finland
Field of study
  • Retinal gene Delivery

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Publications (21)
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SoilSoilcontaminationBiological indicators is a significant problem today, with the potential of impacting the terrestrialTerrestrial environment and food production by reducing crop yields. Even though soilSoil organisms (including the microbiome) are an integral part of overall soil productivity and health, the impact of pollution on these organi...
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Atopic dermatitis (AD), or atopic eczema, is one of the most common inflammatory skin diseases with up to 10% prevalence in adults, and approximately 15-20% in children in industrialized countries. As a result, there is an unmet need for faster, safer, and effective treatments for AD. AD pathogenesis represents a complex interplay between multiple...
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Colon adenocarcinoma (COAD) is a common tumor of the gastrointestinal tract with a high mortality rate. Current research has identified many genes associated with immune infiltration that play a vital role in the development of COAD. In this study, we analysed the prognostic and diagnostic features of such immune-related genes in the context of col...
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Breast cancer is one of the leading causes of mortality worldwide being the most common cancer among women. Despite the significant progress obtained during the past years in the understanding of breast cancer pathophysiology, women continue to die from it. Novel tools and technologies are needed to develop better diagnostic and therapeutic approac...
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In this article, we describe a method of delivery of chondroitin sulfate to skin as nanoparticles and demonstrate its anti-inflammatory and antioxidant role using UV irradiation as a model condition. These nanoparticles, formed through electrostatic interactions of chondroitin sulfate with a skin-penetrating peptide, were found to be homogenous wit...
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Nucleic acid delivery to the eye is a promising treatment strategy for many retinal disorders. In this manuscript, retinal gene delivery with non-coated and chondroitin sulphate (CS) coated amphipathic and cationic peptides was tested. The transfection and gene knockdown efficiencies were evaluated in different retinal pigment epithelial (RPE) cell...
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Biodegradable poly(lactic acid) (PLA) is widely used to fabricate 3D scaffolds for tissue regeneration. However, PLA lacks cell adhering functional moieties, which limit its successful application in tissue engineering. Herein, we have tailored the cell adhesive properties of star shaped poly(D,L-Lactide) (ss-PDLLA) by grafting gelatin to their 4 a...
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The fabrication of cytocompatible and porous three-dimensional (3D) biomaterial scaffolds is one of the main goals of neural tissue engineering. Silk fibroin 3D scaffolds from mulberry and non-mulberry silks were designed to bridge the tissue gap and provide structural support to maintain the native function of the normal tissues. The microstructur...
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Silk fibroin (SF) is a natural protein, which is derived from the Bombyx mori silkworm. SF based porous materials are extensively investigated for biomedical applications, due to their biocompatibility and biodegradability. In this work, CO2 assisted acidification is used to synthesize SF hydrogels that are subsequently converted to SF aerogels. Th...
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To avoid the indiscriminating action of anti-cancer drugs, the cancer cell specific targeting of drug molecule becomes a preferred choice for the treatment. The successful screening of the drug molecules in 2D culture system requires further validation. The failure of target specific drug in animal model raises the issue of creating a platform in b...
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Disease treatment processes mainly focus on the development of nontoxic, biodegradable, non-immunogenic, biocompatible materials capable of controlled and long-term release of biomolecules. In this work silk protein fibroin from non-mulberry tropical tasar silkworm, Antheraea mylitta, is used to prepare nanoparticles as a drug delivery system. Fola...
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Silk fibroin-based matrices of non-mulberry silkworm Antheraea mylitta and mulberry Bombyx mori had demonstrated good applicability in regenerative medicine. However, the cocoons of Antheraea mylitta are underutilized in part due to their lack of solubility in traditional organic solvents. Therefore, the present work investigates the solubilization...
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Biomaterials of either natural or synthetic origin are used to fabricate implantable devices, as carriers for bioactive molecules or as substrates to facilitate tissue regeneration. For the design of medical devices it is fundamental to use materials characterized by non-immunogenicity, biocompatibility, slow and/or controllable biodegradability, n...
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Polymeric and biodegradable nanoparticles are frequently used in drug delivery systems. In this study silk fibroin-albumin blended nanoparticles were prepared using the desolvation method without any surfactant. These nanoparticles are easily internalized by the cells, reside within perinuclear spaces and act as carriers for delivery of the model d...
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Biomaterial science provides a platform for the development of bio-artificial implants. Growth or development of engineered tissues for the purpose of repairing, restoring and enhancing the function of a damaged tissue or organ needs designed biomaterials. The most studied tissue engineering strategy consists on using cells growth factors and tempo...
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Cancer cell specific targeted delivery (TDD) by porous nanocarrier is on a high role. Here in a simple route for the synthesis of porous ZnO nanorods (ZnO) has been demonstrated. ZnO expressed very high surface area of 305.14 m2 g−1 (SBET) and uniformly distributed pores of 5 nm. In continuation ZnO has been fabricated with 3-aminophosphonic acid f...
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The silk produced by silkworms are biopolymers and can be classified into two types--mulberry and nonmulberry. Mulberry silk of silkworm Bombyx mori has been extensively explored and used for century old textiles and sutures. But for the last few decades it is being extensively exploited for biomedical applications. However, the transformation of n...
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Scaffolds are used to provide sites for cells attachment, proliferation, differentiation and migration by up regulating and down regulating the synthesis of protein and growth factors. They provide mechanical support, deliver inductive molecules or cells to the repair site. Scaffolds also provide cues to control the structure and function of newly...

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Projects (3)
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To Explore tumor micro-environment
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Archived project
Peptide mediated DNA delivery in mice through sub-retinal route.