Hyderabad-based Centre for DNA Finger Printing and Diagnostics (CDFD) has registered a new success. (CDFD) scientist Dr Subhadip Chatterjee has been awarded the prestigious Shanti Swarup Bhatnagar Prize (SSB) in Biological Sciences for 2020 by the Council of Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR).
Let us briefly share your information, however, Dr. Chatterjee has been selected for his works in identifying reversible non-genetic diversity in bacterial corom sensing (QS) and the xantomonas group of phytopathogens that cause economically important plant diseases, providing new insights on mechanisms that coordinate virility functions. and lifestyle transformations by absorbing cell density and iron availability, according to a press release.
Dr. Chatterjee's research has raised awareness of basic social information systems in bacteria and mechanisms of iron metabolism and control in bacteria. His work on corom sensing diversity is a milestone contribution that inspired many interesting documents on the theoretical modeling work. Understanding basic core sensing methods in Xantomonas and in response to QS, control coordination of cellular functions and environmental signals like iron have helped to understand pathogenic complex lifestyle.