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Journal Papers

    10. Anupam Banerjee, Abantika Pal, Debnath Pal, Pralay Mitra (In-press). Ebolavirus interferon antagonists—protein interaction perspectives to combat pathogenesis. Briefings in Functional Genomics    [PubMed]    

    9. Pralay Mitra, David Shultis, Jeffrey R Brender, Jeff Czajka, David Marsh, Felicia Gray, Tomasz Cierpicki, Yang Zhang (2013). An evolution-based approach to de novo protein design and case study on Mycobacterium Tuberculosis. PLoS Computational Biology 9(10): e1003298    [PubMed]    

    8. Pralay Mitra, David Shultis, Yang Zhang (2013). EvoDesign: de novo protein design based on structural and evolutionary profiles. Nucleic Acids Res. 41(W):273-280    [PubMed]     Access the recommendation on F1000Prime    

    7. Leonardo Garma, Srayanta Mukherjee, Pralay Mitra, Yang Zhang (2012). How many protein-protein interaction types exist in nature? PLoS ONE 7(6): e38913.    [PubMed]    

    6. Pralay Mitra, Debnath Pal (2011). PRUNE and PROBE - two modular web services for protein-protein docking. Nucleic Acids Res. 39(W):229-234.    [PubMed]     Listed as OMIC-tools under Drug Discovery

    5. Pralay Mitra, Debnath Pal (2011). Combining Bayes classification and point group symmetry under Boolean framework for enhanced protein quaternary structure inference. Structure 19(3):304-312.    [PubMed]    Among Top 10 Most Read Articles at Structure until April 2011.    

    4. Pralay Mitra, Debnath Pal (2011). Using correlated parameters for improved ranking of protein-protein docking decoys. J. Comput Chem. 32(5):787-796.    [PubMed]    

    3. Pralay Mitra, Debnath Pal (2011). dockYard - a repository to assist modeling of protein-protein docking. J. Mol Model. 17(3):599-606.    [PubMed]    

    2. Pralay Mitra, Debnath Pal (2010). New measures for estimating surface complementarity and packing at protein-protein interfaces. FEBS Lett. 584(6):1163-1168.    [PubMed]    

    1. Pralay Mitra, Riddhiman Dhar, Debnath Pal (2010). Interface of apoptotic protein complexes has distinct properties. In Silico Biol. 9(5-6):365-378.    [PubMed]

Invited Talks

    3. Pralay Mitra (2016). Computational Protein Design. Presented at the Workshop on Mathematical and Computational Biology, NNMCB Kolkata Node, IISER Kolkata, Mohanpur Campus, India, Jan 10, 2016.

    2. Pralay Mitra (2013). Algorithmic Techniques for Modeling. Presented at the Emerging Research Trends in Data Mining For Bioinformatics, AU College of Engineering, Andhra University, India, Dec 20, 2013.

    1. Pralay Mitra (2013). Computational Perspectives of Protein Interactions. Presented at the Indo-Brazil Workshop on Biomedical Informatics, Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur, India, Sept 4, 2013.

Conference Papers

    9. Pralay Mitra, David Shultis, Yang Zhang (2012). An evolution-based approach to de novo protein design and remodeling of protein interactions in Mycobacterium tuberculosis genome. Presented at Modeling of Protein Interactions (MPI 2012), Lawrence, Kansas, USA, Nov 08-10, 2012.

    8. Pralay Mitra, Debnath Pal (2011). Protein-protein docking: simpler approaches for improved prediction. Presented at the International Conference on Mathematical Biology, Bangalore, India, Jul 04-07, 2011.

    7. Pralay Mitra (2010). Identifying the nature of the interface in protein-protein complexes. In Proc. of International Symposium on Biocomputing (ISB 2010), Article No: 13, ACM Digital Library, Calicut, India, Feb 15-17, 2010.    [ACM Portal]

    6. Pralay Mitra, Debnath Pal (2010). Efficiently screening monomers of proteins using Naive Bayes classifier. Presented at the Eighth Asia Pacific Bioinformatics Conference (APBC 2010), Poster ID: 74, Bangalore, India, Jan 18-21, 2010.

    5. Riddhiman Dhar, Pralay Mitra, Debnath Pal (2006). Protein-Protein Interaction in Apoptosis Process. In Proc. of International Conference on Bioinformatics (InCoB 2006), Paper ID: P287, New Delhi, India, Dec 18-20, 2006.

    4. Nabin Ghoshal, Pralay Mitra, Rajat K. Pal (2004). A Two- and Three- Layer Dogleg Channel Routing Algorithm for Minimizing Total Wire Length. In Proc. of International Conference on Computers and Devices for Communications (CODEC-04), Paper ID: CNA_0435_CO, Kolkata, India, Jan 1-3, 2004.

    3. Pralay Mitra, Nabin Ghoshal, Rajat K. Pal (2003). A Graph Theoretic Approach to Minimize Total Wire Length in Channel Routing. In Proc. of 18th IEEE Region 10 International Conf on Computers, Communications, Control and Power Engineering (IEEE TENCON 2003), Vol. 1, pp 414-418, Bangalore, India, Oct 15-17, 2003.    [IEEExplore]

    2. Pralay Mitra, Nabin Ghoshal, Arijit Chatterji, Rajat K. Pal (2003). TAH based Total Wire Length Minimization in Two-Layer Channel Routing. In Proc. of National Conference on Emerging Trends in VLSI Design and Testing (NCVDAT-03), pp 428-437, Coimbatore, India, Feb 21-22, 2003.

    1. Pralay Mitra, Nabin Ghoshal, Rajat K. Pal (2003). Total Wire Length Minimization in Channel Routing. In Proc. of Conference on Horizons of Telecommunication (HOT 2003), page 60, Kolkata, India, Feb 3-5, 2003

Ph.D. Dissertation

  • Pralay Mitra (2010). Algorithmic Approaches for Protein-Protein Docking and Quaternary Structure Inference. Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore
    Thesis Advisor: Debnath Pal

M.E. Dissertation

  • Pralay Mitra (2004). Map Assembly Problem. Bengal Enginerring and Science University, Shibpur.
    Thesis Advisor: Alak Kumar Datta

B.Tech. Dissertation

  • Pralay Mitra, Arijit Chatterji (2002). High Performance Two Layer Channel Routing. University of Calcutta
    Thesis Advisor: Rajat Kumar Pal