Avinash Bajaj

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2008-2010 University of Massachusetts, Amherst, Amherst, MA 
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Rana S, Elci SG, Mout R, et al. (2016) Ratiometric Array of Conjugated Polymers-Fluorescent Protein Provides a Robust Mammalian Cell Sensor. Journal of the American Chemical Society
Gupta S, Singh M, Amarendar RM, et al. (2016) Interactions governing the entrapment of anticancer drugs by low-molecular-weight hydrogelator for drug delivery applications Rsc Advances. 6: 19751-19757
Kundu S, Kumar S, Bajaj A. (2015) Cross-talk between bile acids and gastrointestinal tract for progression and development of cancer and its therapeutic implications. Iubmb Life
Kumar S, Bhargava P, Sreekanth V, et al. (2015) Design, synthesis, and physico-chemical interactions of bile acid derived dimeric phospholipid amphiphiles with model membranes. Journal of Colloid and Interface Science. 448: 398-406
Singh M, Bansal S, Kundu S, et al. (2015) Synthesis, Structure-Activity Relationship, and Mechanistic Investigation of Lithocholic Acid Amphiphiles for Colon Cancer Therapy. Medchemcomm. 6: 192-201
Sharma A, Pohane AA, Bansal S, et al. (2015) Cell penetrating synthetic antimicrobial peptides (SAMPs) exhibiting potent and selective killing of mycobacterium by targeting its DNA. Chemistry (Weinheim An Der Bergstrasse, Germany). 21: 3540-5
Yadav K, Bhargava P, Bansal S, et al. (2015) Nature of the charged head group dictates the anticancer potential of lithocholic acid-tamoxifen conjugates for breast cancer therapy Medchemcomm. 6: 778-787
Singh K, Verma V, Yadav K, et al. (2014) Design, regioselective synthesis and cytotoxic evaluation of 2-aminoimidazole-quinoline hybrids against cancer and primary endothelial cells. European Journal of Medicinal Chemistry. 87: 150-8
Singh M, Kundu S, Reddy M A, et al. (2014) Injectable small molecule hydrogel as a potential nanocarrier for localized and sustained in vivo delivery of doxorubicin. Nanoscale. 6: 12849-55
Singh M, Bajaj A. (2014) Unraveling the impact of hydroxylation on interactions of bile acid cationic lipids with model membranes by in-depth calorimetry studies. Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics : Pccp. 16: 19266-74
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