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Dr Sumita Roy

Dr Sumita Roy

Postdoctoral Researcher

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 Living Systems Institute S.02.07

 

Living Systems Institute, University of Exeter, Stocker Road, Exeter, EX4 4QD

Overview

Broad Research Specialisms:

Infectious diseases, Microbial Pathogenesis, Biochemistry, Structural biology

Qualifications

2002-2005: BSc in Biotechnology, Bangalore University (India).

2005-2006: MSc in Biomedical basis of diseases, Sheffield Hallam University, UK

2007-2010: PhD in Molecular microbiology, University of Sheffield, UK

Career

2017-Present: Postdoctoral researcher. Living System Institute. University of Exeter, UK

2015-2016: Women Research Fellowship. Indian Institute of Technology. Chennai, India

2011-2012: Research Associate. Imperial College London, UK

2010-2011: Wellcome Trust Fellowship. University of Sheffield, UK

Research

Research interests

Currently I am involved in investigating the molecular basis for the biosynthesis of the Coxiella burnetti O-antigen. In parallel, I am also engineering polysaccharide for “Click chemistry”.

Publications

Key publications | Publications by category | Publications by year

Key publications


Harmer NJ, Roy S, Vivoli M (2019). Carbohydrate Kinases: a Conserved Mechanism Across Differing Folds. Catalysts, 9, 29-29. Full text.
Phansopa C, Roy S, Rafferty JB, Douglas CWI, Pandhal J, Wright PC, Kelly DJ, Stafford GP (2014). Structural and functional characterization of NanU, a novel high-affinity sialic acid-inducible binding protein of oral and gut-dwelling Bacteroidetes species. Biochemical Journal, 458(3), 499-511. Abstract.
Roy S, Phansopa C, Stafford P, Honma K, Douglas CWI, Sharma A, Stafford GP (2012). Beta-hexosaminidase activity of the oral pathogenTannerella forsythiainfluences biofilm formation on glycoprotein substrates. FEMS Immunology & Medical Microbiology, 65(1), 116-120.
Roy S, Honma K, Douglas CWI, Sharma A, Stafford GP (2011). Role of sialidase in glycoprotein utilization by Tannerella forsythia. Microbiology, 157(11), 3195-3202.
Roy S, Douglas CWI, Stafford GP (2010). A Novel Sialic Acid Utilization and Uptake System in the Periodontal Pathogen Tannerella forsythia. Journal of Bacteriology, 192(9), 2285-2293.
Pham TK, Roy S, Noirel J, Douglas I, Wright PC, Stafford GP (2010). A quantitative proteomic analysis of biofilm adaptation by the periodontal pathogen Tannerella forsythia. PROTEOMICS, 10(17), 3130-3141.

Publications by category


Journal articles

Harmer NJ, Roy S, Vivoli M (2019). Carbohydrate Kinases: a Conserved Mechanism Across Differing Folds. Catalysts, 9, 29-29. Full text.
Cross AR, Baldwin VM, Roy S, Essex-Lopresti AE, Prior JL, Harmer NJ (2019). Zoonoses under our noses. Microbes Infect, 21(1), 10-19. Abstract.  Author URL.  Full text.
Phansopa C, Roy S, Rafferty JB, Douglas CWI, Pandhal J, Wright PC, Kelly DJ, Stafford GP (2014). Structural and functional characterization of NanU, a novel high-affinity sialic acid-inducible binding protein of oral and gut-dwelling Bacteroidetes species. Biochemical Journal, 458(3), 499-511. Abstract.
Settem RP, Honma K, Nakajima T, Phansopa C, Roy S, Stafford GP, Sharma A (2012). A bacterial glycan core linked to surface (S)-layer proteins modulates host immunity through Th17 suppression. Mucosal Immunology, 6(2), 415-426.
Roy S, Phansopa C, Stafford P, Honma K, Douglas CWI, Sharma A, Stafford GP (2012). Beta-hexosaminidase activity of the oral pathogenTannerella forsythiainfluences biofilm formation on glycoprotein substrates. FEMS Immunology & Medical Microbiology, 65(1), 116-120.
Roy S, Honma K, Douglas CWI, Sharma A, Stafford GP (2011). Role of sialidase in glycoprotein utilization by Tannerella forsythia. Microbiology, 157(11), 3195-3202.
Stafford G, Roy S, Honma K, Sharma A (2011). Sialic acid, periodontal pathogens and Tannerella forsythia: stick around and enjoy the feast!. Molecular Oral Microbiology, 27(1), 11-22.
Roy S, Douglas CWI, Stafford GP (2010). A Novel Sialic Acid Utilization and Uptake System in the Periodontal Pathogen Tannerella forsythia. Journal of Bacteriology, 192(9), 2285-2293.
Pham TK, Roy S, Noirel J, Douglas I, Wright PC, Stafford GP (2010). A quantitative proteomic analysis of biofilm adaptation by the periodontal pathogen Tannerella forsythia. PROTEOMICS, 10(17), 3130-3141.

Publications by year


2019

Harmer NJ, Roy S, Vivoli M (2019). Carbohydrate Kinases: a Conserved Mechanism Across Differing Folds. Catalysts, 9, 29-29. Full text.
Cross AR, Baldwin VM, Roy S, Essex-Lopresti AE, Prior JL, Harmer NJ (2019). Zoonoses under our noses. Microbes Infect, 21(1), 10-19. Abstract.  Author URL.  Full text.

2014

Phansopa C, Roy S, Rafferty JB, Douglas CWI, Pandhal J, Wright PC, Kelly DJ, Stafford GP (2014). Structural and functional characterization of NanU, a novel high-affinity sialic acid-inducible binding protein of oral and gut-dwelling Bacteroidetes species. Biochemical Journal, 458(3), 499-511. Abstract.

2012

Settem RP, Honma K, Nakajima T, Phansopa C, Roy S, Stafford GP, Sharma A (2012). A bacterial glycan core linked to surface (S)-layer proteins modulates host immunity through Th17 suppression. Mucosal Immunology, 6(2), 415-426.
Roy S, Phansopa C, Stafford P, Honma K, Douglas CWI, Sharma A, Stafford GP (2012). Beta-hexosaminidase activity of the oral pathogenTannerella forsythiainfluences biofilm formation on glycoprotein substrates. FEMS Immunology & Medical Microbiology, 65(1), 116-120.

2011

Roy S, Honma K, Douglas CWI, Sharma A, Stafford GP (2011). Role of sialidase in glycoprotein utilization by Tannerella forsythia. Microbiology, 157(11), 3195-3202.
Stafford G, Roy S, Honma K, Sharma A (2011). Sialic acid, periodontal pathogens and Tannerella forsythia: stick around and enjoy the feast!. Molecular Oral Microbiology, 27(1), 11-22.

2010

Roy S, Douglas CWI, Stafford GP (2010). A Novel Sialic Acid Utilization and Uptake System in the Periodontal Pathogen Tannerella forsythia. Journal of Bacteriology, 192(9), 2285-2293.
Pham TK, Roy S, Noirel J, Douglas I, Wright PC, Stafford GP (2010). A quantitative proteomic analysis of biofilm adaptation by the periodontal pathogen Tannerella forsythia. PROTEOMICS, 10(17), 3130-3141.

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