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[1] S. Gujjar, A. Tyagi, S. Sainger, P. Bharti, V. Nain, P. Sood, P. Jayabal, J.C. Sharma, P. Sharma, S. Rajput, A.K. Pandey, A.K. Pandey, P. Abnave, S. Mathapati, Biocompatible Human Placental Extracellular Matrix Derived Hydrogels, Advanced Biology  (2023).


[2] Bhawna, S. Gujjar, K.S. Venkataprasanna, S. Tiwari, J.C. Sharma, P. Sharma, M. Pujani, A.K. Pandey, P. Abnave, D. Kalyanasundaram, S. Mathapati, Stabilized human amniotic membrane for enhanced sustainability and biocompatibility, Process Biochemistry 129 (2023) 67-75.


[3] S.P. Harrison, R. Siller, Y. Tanaka, M.E. Chollet, M.E. de la Morena-Barrio, Y. Xiang, B. Patterson, E. Andersen, C. Bravo-Pérez, H. Kempf, K.S. Åsrud, O. Lunov, A. Dejneka, M.-C. Mowinckel, B. Stavik, P.M. Sandset, E. Melum, S. Baumgarten, F. Bonanini, D. Kurek, S. Mathapati, R. Almaas, K. Sharma, S.R. Wilson, F.S. Skottvoll, I.C. Boger, I.L. Bogen, T.A. Nyman, J.J. Wu, A. Bezrouk, D. Cizkova, J. Corral, J. Mokry, R. Zweigerdt, I.-H. Park, G.J. Sullivan, Scalable production of tissue-like vascularized liver organoids from human PSCs, Experimental & Molecular Medicine 55(9) (2023) 2005-2024.

[4] J. Prakash, K.S. Venkataprasanna, V. Jayaraman, S. Dinesh, G. Bharath, F. Banat, S.S. Mathapati, G.D. Venkatasubbu, Exploring the potential of graphene oxide nanocomposite as a highly efficient photocatalyst for antibiotic degradation and pathogen inactivation, Diamond and Related Materials 137 (2023) 110104.

[5] P. Jayabal, V. Kannan Sampathkumar, A. Vinothkumar, S. Mathapati, B. Pannerselvam, S. Achiraman, G.D. Venkatasubbu, Fabrication of a Chitosan-Based Wound Dressing Patch for Enhanced Antimicrobial, Hemostatic, and Wound Healing Application, ACS Applied Bio Materials 6(2) (2023) 615-627.

[6] D.T. Sarmah, S. Gujjar, S. Mathapati, N. Bairagi, S. Chatterjee, Identification of critical autophagy-related proteins in diabetic retinopathy: A multi-dimensional computational study, Gene 866 (2023) 147339.

[7] L.N. Ramana, S.S. Mathapati, N. Salvi, M.V. Khadilkar, A. Malhotra, V. Santra, T.K. Sharma, A paper microfluidic device based colorimetric sensor for the detection and discrimination of elapid versus viper envenomation, Analyst 147(4) (2022) 685-694.

[8] D.K. Bishi, S.S. Mathapati, P. Padhi, K.S. Venkataprasanna, H. Ezhilarasu, R. Ramalingam, M.H.A. Rahim, J.R. Venugopal, 13 - Advances and applications of biofiber polymer composites in regenerative medicine, in: S.M. Rangappa, M. Puttegowda, J. Parameswaranpillai, S. Siengchin, S. Gorbatyuk (Eds.), Advances in Bio-Based Fiber, Woodhead Publishing2022, pp. 275-314.

[9] K.S. Venkataprasanna, J. Prakash, S.S. Mathapati, G. Bharath, F. Banat, G.D. Venkatasubbu, Development of chitosan/poly (vinyl alcohol)/graphene oxide loaded with vanadium doped titanium dioxide patch for visible light driven antibacterial activity and accelerated wound healing application, International Journal of Biological Macromolecules  (2021).

[10] V. Sharma, S.K. Dash, K. Govarthanan, R. Gahtori, N. Negi, M. Barani, R. Tomar, S. Chakraborty, S. Mathapati, D.K. Bishi, P. Negi, K. Dua, S.K. Singh, R. Gundamaraju, A. Dey, J. Ruokolainen, V.K. Thakur, K.K. Kesari, N.K. Jha, P.K. Gupta, S. Ojha, Recent Advances in Cardiac Tissue Engineering for the Management of Myocardium Infarction, Cells 10(10) (2021) 2538.

[11] S. Rallapalli, S. Guhathakurta, D.K. Bishi, R. Subbarayan, S. Mathapati, P.S. Korrapati, A critical appraisal of humanized alternatives to fetal bovine serum for clinical applications of umbilical cord derived mesenchymal stromal cells, Biotechnology Letters 43(10) (2021) 2067-2083.

[12] S. Basak, A. Sarkar, S. Mathapati, A.K. Duttaroy, Cellular growth and tube formation of HTR8/SVneo trophoblast: effects of exogenously added fatty acid-binding protein-4 and its inhibitor, Molecular and Cellular Biochemistry 437(1) (2018) 55-64.

[13] R. Siller, S. Greenhough, S. Mathapati, K. Si-Tayeb, G.J. Sullivan, Future Challenges in the Generation of Hepatocyte-Like Cells From Human Pluripotent Stem Cells, Current Pathobiology Reports 5(3) (2017) 301-314.

[14] R. Siller, E. Naumovska, S. Mathapati, M. Lycke, S. Greenhough, G.J. Sullivan, Development of a rapid screen for the endodermal differentiation potential of human pluripotent stem cell lines, Scientific Reports 6 (2016) 37178.

[15] S. Mathapati, R. Siller, A.A. Impellizzeri, M. Lycke, K. Vegheim, R. Almaas, G.J. Sullivan, Small-Molecule-Directed Hepatocyte-Like Cell Differentiation of Human Pluripotent Stem Cells, Curr Protoc Stem Cell Biol 38 (2016) 1g.6.1-1g.6.18.

[16] D.K. Bishi, S. Mathapati, J.R. Venugopal, S. Guhathakurta, K.M. Cherian, R.S. Verma, S. Ramakrishna, A Patient-Inspired Ex Vivo Liver Tissue Engineering Approach with Autologous Mesenchymal Stem Cells and Hepatogenic Serum, Advanced Healthcare Materials 5(9) (2016) 1058-1070.

[17] S. Mathapati, D.K. Bishi, J.R. Venugopal, K.M. Cherian, S. Guhathakurta, S. Ramakrishna, R.S. Verma, Nanofibers coated on acellular tissue-engineered bovine pericardium supports differentiation of mesenchymal stem cells into endothelial cells for tissue engineering, Nanomedicine 9(5) (2014) 623-634.

[18] D.K. Bishi, S. Mathapati, K.M. Cherian, S. Guhathakurta, R.S. Verma, In Vitro Hepatic Trans-Differentiation of Human Mesenchymal Stem Cells Using Sera from Congestive/Ischemic Liver during Cardiac Failure, PLoS ONE 9(3) (2014) e92397.

[19] S. Guhathakurta, S. Mathapati, D.K. Bishi, S. Rallapalli, K.M. Cherian, Nanofiber-reinforced myocardial tissue-construct as ventricular assist device, Asian Cardiovascular and Thoracic Annals 22(8) (2014) 935-943.

[20] B. Ramesh, S. Mathapati, S. Galla, K.M. Cherian, S. Guhathakurta, Crosslinked acellular saphenous vein for small-diameter vascular graft, Asian Cardiovascular and Thoracic Annals 21(3) (2013) 293-302.

[21] S. Mathapati, D.K. Bishi, S. Guhathakurta, K.M. Cherian, J.R. Venugopal, S. Ramakrishna, R.S. Verma, Biomimetic acellular detoxified glutaraldehyde cross-linked bovine pericardium for tissue engineering, Mater Sci Eng C Mater Biol Appl 33(3) (2013) 1561-72.

[22] D.K. Bishi, S. Mathapati, V.J. Reddy, S. Guhathakurta, K. Cherian, S. Ramakrishna, R. Verma, Trans-differentiation of Human Mesenchymal Stem Cells Generates Functional Hepatospheres on Poly (L-lactic acid)-co-poly (ε-caprolactone)/collagen Nanofibrous Scaffolds, J. Mater. Chem. B  (2013).

[23] S. Mukherjee, V. Jayarama Reddy, R. Ravichandran, S. Mathapati, S. Guhathakurta, M. Raghunath, S. Ramakrishna, Practical Considerations for Medical Applications using Biological Grafts and their Derivatives, MRS Proceedings 1418(1) (2012).

[24] R. Balasundari, D.K. Bishi, S. Mathapati, S.B. Naser, K.M. Cherian, S. Guhathakurta, Nanocoated Botanical Scaffold in Salvage for Human Tissue Regeneration, Journal of Biomaterials and Tissue Engineering 2(4) (2012) 330-335.

[25] S. Mathapati, R.S. Verma, K.M. Cherian, S. Guhathakurta, Inflammatory responses of tissue-engineered xenografts in a clinical scenario, Interactive CardioVascular and Thoracic Surgery 12(3) (2011) 360-365.

[26] S. Mathapati, S. Galla, K. Sankaranarayanan, R.S. Verma, K.M. Cherian, S. Guhathakurta, Qualitative and quantitative detection of sodium deoxycholic acid in decellularized tissue, Indian Journal of Thoracic and Cardiovascular Surgery 26(2) (2010) 129-131.

[27] S. Galla, S. Mathapati, V.M. Nayak, K.M. Cherian, S. Guhathakurta, Analytical study to evaluate the extracellular matrix in processed acellular xenografts, Indian Journal of Thoracic and Cardiovascular Surgery 26(2) (2010) 132-138.

[28] S. Mathapati, S.B. Arumugam, R.S. Verma, High cholesterol diet increases MMP9 and CD40 immunopositivity in early atherosclerotic plaque in rabbits, Acta Histochemica 112(6) (2010) 618-623.



  1. Received Grant-in-aid: Under the scheme Fast Track Scheme for Young Scientists-2009, March 2011-March 2013.
  2. Received financial assistance from Dept. of Science and Technology (DST) International Travel Support Scheme for Participation in Conferences Abroad: Annual meeting of the International Society for Stem Cell Research (ISSCR-2013), June 12-15, 2013 in Boston, Massachusetts.
  3. Received award and certificate for excellent performance at Engineering and R&D Services, HCL Technologies, Chennai during the quarter October 2018.








PhD Students:

1) Mr. Sunil, Junior Research Fellow

Email: sunil@thsti.res.in

2) Ms Saloni Saignar, Junior Research Fellow

Email: salonisainger@thsti.res.in

3) Ms Pratibha,  Junior Research Fellow

Email: pratibha.jaipal@thsti.res.in

4) Ms. Shubhanshi Ranjan, Junior Research Fellow

Email: shubhanshiranjan@thsti.res.in

Research Fellows:

1) Mr. Anshul Chikara, Junior Research Fellow

2) Mr. Anurag Tyagi, Project Associate-I

Postdoctoral Fellow:

1) Dr Prakash J, SERB-NPDF

Lab Assistant:

1) Mr. Sandeep Kumar


Mentoring and Training:

1) 2019-20: Mr. Venkataprasanna K S, Undergraduate Student, SRM University, Chennai. Currently pursuing MS-PhD at University of Tübingen, Germany.

2) 2021: Mr. Arivazhagan S, Undergraduate Student, Bharathidasan University, Tiruchirappalli.

3) 2021: Mr. Prithvi Raj. R, Undergraduate Student, SRM University, Chennai.

4) 2022: Mr. Sailesh Srinivasan, Undergraduate Student, Bharathidasan University, Trichy. Currently pursuing MS-PhD at Indian Institute of Science, Banglore.

5) 2022: Mr. Anoop Sharma, Undergraduate Student, Manav Rachna international institute of research and studies, Faridabad.

6) 2023: Mr. Dinesh Sangulem, Central University of South Bihar, India.

7) 2023: Mr. Aromal Nath V S, Cochin University of Science and Technology (CUSAT), Cochin, Kerala