Publications ________________________________________________


  1. Emergent bistability: effects of additive and multiplicative noise by S. Ghosh and I. Bose, Eur. Phys. J. E 35:11, 1-14 (2012)
  2. Origins of binary gene expression in post-transcriptional regulation by microRNAs by I. Bose and S. Ghosh, Eur. Phys. J. E 35: 102, 1-8 (2012)
  3. Systems biology beyond degree, hubs and scale-free networks: the case for multiple metrics in complex networks, Roy S., Systems and Synthetic Biology [Springer] (2012) 6:31-34
  4. Phenotypic heterogeneity in mycobacterial stringent response by Ghosh S., Sureka K., Ghosh B., I. Bose I.,  Basu J. and Kundu M., BMC Systems Biology 2011, 5:18
  5. Transient pulse formation in jasmonate signaling pathway by Banerjee S. and Bose I.,  J Theoretical Biology, 273(1) : 188-96 (2011)
  6. Computational modeling of differences in the quorum sensing induced luminescence phenotypes of Vibrio harveyi and Vibrio cholerae by Fenley A.T.,  Banik S.K. and Kulkarni R.V.,  Journal of Theoretical Biology,  274, 145 (2011)
  7. A model for signal transduction during quorum sensing in Vibrio harveyi. by Banik S.K., Fenley A.T., Kulkarni R.V., Physical Biology, 6(4):046008 (2009)
  8. Strong associations between microbe phenotypes and their network architecture, Roy S. and Filkov V., Physical Review E (Rapid Communication), 80, 040902 (2009)
  9. Positive feedback and noise activate the stringent response regulator Rel in mycobacteria by Sureka K., Ghosh B., Dasgupta A., Basu J. , Kundu M.  and Bose I. , PLoS One 3, e1771 (2008) 
  10. Functional characteristics of a double positive feedback loop coupled  with autorepression by   Banerjee S. and Bose I. , Physical  Biology 5 046008 (2008)
  11. Polyphosphate kinase is involved in stress-induced mprAB-sigE-rel signalling in mycobacteria by Sureka K. , Dey S.,  Datta P. , Singh A.K. , Dasgupta A. , Rodrigue S. , Basu J. , Kundu M. Molecular Microbiology 65, 261 (2007)
  12. Positive feedback, stochasticity and genetic competence by Karmakar R. and  Bose I., Physical Biology 4, 29 (2007)
  13. The p53-MDM2 network: from oscillations to apoptosis by Bose I. and Ghosh B., J. Biosci., 32, 991 (2007)
  14. Gene copy number and cell cycle arrest by Ghosh B. and Bose I. , Physical Biology 3, 29 (2006) 
  15. Stochastic model of transcription factor-regulated gene Expression by R. Karmakar and I. Bose, Physical Biology 3,  200 (2006)
  16. Motifs in gene transcription regulatory networks by Bose I., Ghosh B. and Karmakar R., Physica A 346, 49 (2005)
  17. Noise characteristics of feed forward loops by Ghosh B., Karmakar R. and Bose I., Physical Biology 2, 36 (2005) 
  18. Graded and binary responses in stochastic gene expression by Karmakar R. and Bose I., Physical Biology 1, 197 (2004)
  19. Simple Models of Plant Learning and Memory by Bose I. and Karmakar R., Physica Scripta T 106, 9 (2003)
  20. A cooperative stochastic model of gene expression by Roy S., I. Bose I. and Manna S.S., Int. J. Mod. Phys. C 12, 413 (2001)
  21. Bacterial Evolution and The Bak-Sneppen Model by Bose I. and Chaudhuri I., Int. J. Mod. Phys. C 12, 675 (2001)

Book Chapters, Reviews etc.
  1. Routes to binary gene expression by I. Bose, (invited contribution in special issue on New Science of Synthetic and Systems Biology) Science and Culture 78, 113 (2012)
  2. Phenotypic heterogeneity in microorganisms: A search for  physical principles by I. Bose in Physics in Biology: A synergy ed. by Anantha Lakshmi P. and Srivastava V. (Allied Publishers,  Hyderabad  2009 ) pages 40-56
  3. Gene expression is noisy by Bose I. , Science and Culture (invited Review) 73, 75 (2007)
  4. Bistability: a universal theme by Bose I., Cell Biology Newsletter 27, 7 (2007)
  5. Mathematical models of haploinsufficiency by Bose I. and Karmakar R. in Biology of Genetic Dominance ed. by Veitia R. (Landes Bioscience USA 2006),  page 76  
  6. Biological Networks by Bose I. in Frontiers in Biophysics, Ed. by T. P. Singh T.P. and Dasgupta C.K. (Allied PublishersNew Delhi 2005),  page 87