Shyam Basak, Ph.D.

2018- School of Chemistry Cardiff University, Cardiff, Wales, United Kingdom 
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Mahata D, Mukherjee D, Biswas D, et al. (2023) Activation and differentiation of cognate T cells by a dextran-based antigen-presenting system for cancer immunotherapy. European Journal of Immunology. e2350528
Singh BK, Singha M, Basak S, et al. (2022) Fluorescently labelled thioacetazone for detecting the interaction with dehydratases HadAB and HadBC. Organic & Biomolecular Chemistry
Basak S, Winfrey L, Kustiana BA, et al. (2021) Electron deficient borane-mediated hydride abstraction in amines: stoichiometric and catalytic processes. Chemical Society Reviews
Basak S, Alvarez-Montoya A, Winfrey L, et al. (2020) B(CF)-Catalyzed Direct C3 Alkylation of Indoles and Oxindoles. Acs Catalysis. 10: 4835-4840
Das E, Basak S, Anoop A, et al. (2019) How to achieve high regioselectivity in barrier-less nucleophilic addition to p-benzynes generated via Bergman Cyclization of unsymmetrical cyclic azaenediyne? The Journal of Organic Chemistry
Das E, Basak S, Anoop A, et al. (2018) An Experiment cum Computational Study on the Regioselectivity of Nucleophilic Addition to Unsymmetrical p-Benzynes Derived from Bergman Cyclization of Enediynes. The Journal of Organic Chemistry
Basak S, Ray S, Mal D. (2018) Application of intramolecular carbonyl-ene reaction towards the synthesis of idarubicinone scaffold Arkivoc. 2018: 257-269
Basak S, Mandal S, Mal D. (2018) First synthetic approach towards K-259-2, a unique calmodulin antagonist Tetrahedron. 74: 96-103
Basak S, Mal D. (2017) Applications of [4 + 2] Anionic Annulation and Carbonyl-Ene Reaction in the Synthesis of Anthraquinones, Tetrahydroanthraquinones and Pyranonaphthoquinones. The Journal of Organic Chemistry
Kuchlyan J, Basak S, Dutta D, et al. (2017) A new rhodamine derived fluorescent sensor: Detection of Hg 2+ at cellular level Chemical Physics Letters. 673: 84-88
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