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  1. Yadav P, Rana K, Chakraborty R, Khan A, Mehta D, Jain D, Aggarwal B, Jha S, Dasgupta U, Bajaj A, Engineered Nanomicelles Targeting the Proliferation and Angiogenesis Inhibit the Tumour Progression by Impairing the Synthesis of Ceramide-1-Phosphate. Nanoscale. 2024, 16, 10350-10365.
     

  2. Yadav P, Rana K, Nardini V, Khan A, Pani T, Kar A, Jain D, Chakraborty R, Singh R, Jha SK, Mehta D, Sharma H, Sharma RD, Deo SVS, Sengupta S, Patil VS, Faccioli LH, Dasgupta U, Bajaj A.           Engineered Nanomicelles inhibit the tumour progression via abrogating the prostaglandin-mediated immunosuppression. J Control Release. 2024, 368, 548-565.
                                                  

  3. Safwan SM, Kumar N, Mehta D, Singh M, Saini V, Pandey N, Khatol S, Batheja S, Singh J, Walia P,  Bajaj  A, Xanthone Derivatives can Enhance the Therapeutic Potential of Neomycin against Polymicrobial Gram-negative Bacterial Infections. ACS Infect. Diseas. 2024, 10, 2, 527-540.                                                                          

  4. Kar A, Dhawan S, Singh A, Bajaj A, Dasgupta U, Insights into Molecular Mechanisms of Chemotherapy Resistance in Cancer Trans. Oncol. 2024, 42, 101901.                                                                                             

  5. Pal G, Ingole KD, Yavvari PS, Verma P, Kumari A, Chauhan C, Chaudhary D, Srivastava S, Bajaj A, Vemanna RS. Exogenous Application of Nanocarrier Double-Stranded RNA Manipulate Physiological Traits and Defense Response against Bacterial Diseases. Mol. Plant Path. 2024, 25, e13417.                                                                                                                                                                                         

  6. Arora A, Singh M, Saini Va, Mehta D, Safwan SM, Pandey N, Verma V, Bajaj A, Cholic Acid-derived Gemini Amphiphile can Eradicate Interkingdom Polymicrobial Biofilms and Wound Infections. ACS Infect. Diseas. 2024, 10, 1, 138-154                                                                                                                                       

  7. Gaur P, Rajendran Y, Srivastava B, Markandey M, Fishbain-Yoskovitz V, Mohapatra G, Suhail, A, Chaudhary S, Tyagi S, Yadav SC, Pandey A.K, Merbl Y, Ahuja V, Srikanth CV. Rab7 dependent regulation of goblet cell protein CLCA1 modulates gastrointestinal homeostasis. eLife, 2023.
     

  8. Kar A, Jain D, Kumar S, Rajput K, Pal S, Rana K, Kar R, Jha SK, Medatwal N, Yavvari PS, Mehta D, Pradhan MK, Pandey N, Srivastava A, Mukhopadhyay A,  Agarwal U, Sengupta S, Patil VS, Bajaj A, and Dasgupta U. A Localized Hydrogel-mediated Chemotherapy Causes Immunogenic Cell Death via Activation of Ceramide-mediated Unfolded Protein Response.  Sci. Adv. 2023, 9.
     

  9. Mehta D, Saini V, Bajaj A. Recent Developments in Membrane Targeting Antifungal Agents to Mitigate Antifungal Resistance. RSC Med. Chem. 2023.
     

  10. Aggarwal B, Saini V, Mehta D, Bajaj A. Dimeric Cholic Acid Peptide Conjugates Act as Effective Antibiotic Adjuvants against Multidrug Resistance (MDR) Gram-Negative Bacterial Infections. Advanced therapeutics. 2023, 6, 2200231.
     

  11. Kar A, Medatwal N, Rajput K, Mandal S, Pani T, Khan A, Sharma P, Oberoi AS, Vishwakarma G, Deo SV, Jolly MK. Unique Sphingolipid Signature Identifies Luminal and Triple‐Negative Breast Cancer Subtypes. International Journal of Cancer. Int. J. Cancer. 2023, 152, 2410-2423.
     

  12. Saini V, Mehta D, Gupta S, Kumar S, Rani P, Rana K, Rajput K, Jain D, Pal G, Aggarwal B, Pal S, Gupta SK, Kumar Y, Vemanna RS, Bajaj A. Targeting Vancomycin-Resistant Enterococci (VRE) Infections and Van Operon-Mediated Drug Resistance Using Dimeric Cholic Acid–Peptide Conjugates. J. Med. Chem. 2022, 65, 15312-15326.
     

  13. Gupta S, Arora A, Saini V, Mehta D, Khan MZ, Mishra DK, Yavvari PS, Singh A, Gupta SK, Srivastava A, Kumar Y, Verma V, Nandicoori VK, Bajaj A. Hydrophobicity of Cholic Acid-Derived Amphiphiles Dictates the Antimicrobial Specificity. ACS Biomater. Sci. Eng. 2022, 8, 4996-5007.
     

  14. Verma P, Arora A, Rana K, Mehta D, Kar R, Verma V, Srikanth CV, Patil VS, Bajaj A. Gemini Lipid Nanoparticle (GLNP)-mediated Oral Delivery of TNF-α siRNA Mitigates Gut Inflammation via Inhibiting the Differentiation of CD4+ T Cells. Nanoscale2022, 14, 14717-14731.
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  15. Rajput K, Ansari MN, Jha SK, Pani T, Medatwal N, Chattopadhyay S, Bajaj A, Dasgupta U. Ceramide Kinase (CERK) Emerges as a Common Therapeutic Target for Triple Positive and Triple Negative Breast Cancer Cells. Cancers. 2022, 14, 4496.
     

  16. Yadav P, Dua C and Bajaj A. Advances in Engineered Biomaterials Targeting Angiogenesis and Cell Proliferation for Cancer Therapy. Chem. Rec. 2022, e202200152.
     

  17. Chaudhary N, Aggarwal B, Saini V, Yavvari P, Sharma P, Srivastava A, and Bajaj A. Polyaspartate-derived Synthetic Antimicrobial Polymer Enhances Activity of Rifampicin against Multi-drug Resistant Pseudomonas aeruginosa Infections. Biomaterials Sci. 2022, 10, 5158-5171.
     

  18. Dhingra S, Gaur V, Saini V, Rana K, Bhattacharya J, Loho T, Ray S, Bajaj A, and Saha S. Cytocompatible, Soft and Thick Brush Modified Scaffolds with Prolonged Antibacterial Effect to Mitigate Wound Infections. Biomaterials Sci. 2022, 10, 3856-3877.
     

  19. Kakkar H, Chaudhary N, Mehta D, Saini V, Maheshwari S, J. Singh J, P. Walia P, and A. Bajaj A. N-methyl Benzimidazole tethered Cholic Acid Amphiphiles can Eradicate S. aureus-mediated Biofilms and Wound Infections. Molecules, 2022, 27, 3501.
     

  20. Chauhan S, Verma V, Kumar D, Gupta R, Gupta S, Bajaj A, Kumar A, Parshad M. N-heterocycles Hybrids: Synthesis, Antifungal and Antibiofilm Evaluation. Synth. Commun. 2022, 52, 898-911.
     

  21. Rana K, Pani T, Jha S K, Mehta D, Yadav P, Jain D, Pradhan M K, Mishra S, Kar R, G BR, Srivastava A, U Dasgupta U, Patil V S, and Bajaj A. Hydrogel-mediated Topical Delivery of Steroids can Effectively Alleviate Psoriasis via Attenuating the Autoimmune Responses. Nanoscale 2022, 14, 3834-3848.
     

  22. Gupta S, Mishra D K, Khan M Z, Saini V,  Mehta D, Kumar S, Yadav A, Mitra M, Rani P, Singh M, Nandi C K, Das P, Ahuja V, Nandicoori V K, and Bajaj A. Development of a Highly Specific, Selective, and Sensitive Fluorescent Probe for Detection of Mycobacteria in Human Tissues. Adv. Healthcare Mater.  2022, 11, e2102640.
     

  23. Pal G, Mehta D, Singh S, Magal K, Gupta G, Jha G, Bajaj A, and Vemanna R. Foliar Application or Seed Priming of Cholic Acid-Glycine Conjugates can Mitigate/Prevent the Rice Bacterial Leaf Blight Disease via Activating Plant Defence Genes. Front. Plant Sci. 2021, 2033.
     

  24. Kumar S, Pal S, Thakur J, Rani P, Rana K, Kar A, Kar R, Mehta D, Jha S K, Jain D, Rajput K, Srivastava A,  Dasgupta U, Patil V S, and Bajaj A. Non-immunogenic Hydrogel-mediated Delivery of Antibiotics Outperforms Clinically used Formulation in Mitigating the Wound Infections. ACS App. Mater. Inter. 2021, 13, 44041–44053.
     

  25. Mehta D, Saini V, Aggarwal B, Khan A, and Bajaj A. Unlocking the Bacterial Membrane as a Therapeutic Target for Next-generation Antimicrobial Amphiphiles. Mol. Asp. Med. 2021, 81, 100999.
     

  26. Priya S, Kulshrestha S, Kaur E, Pandit A, Kumar N, Agarwal H, Khan A, Shyam R, Bhagat P, Prabhu JS, Gross I, Freund J, Nagarajan P, Deo SVS, Bajaj A, Mukhopadhyay A and Sengupta S. DNA Damage-dependent CDX2 Inducible microRNA Signature Negatively Regulates Colon Adenocarcinoma by Targeting BRCA1. J. Cell Sci. 2021, 134, jcs258601.
     

  27. Sreekanth V, Pal S, Kumar S, Komalla V, Yadav P, Shyam VR, Sengupta S, and Bajaj A. Self-assembled Supramolecular Nanomicelles from Bile Acid-Docetaxel Conjugate are Highly Tolerable with Improved Therapeutic Efficacy.  Biomater. Sci. 2021, 9, 5626-5639.
     

  28. Pal S, Soni V, Kumar S, Jha SK, Medatwal N, Rana K, Yadav P, Mehta D, Jain D, Kar R, Srivastava A, V. Patil VS, Dasgupta U, Nandicoori V, and Bajaj A. A Hydrogel-based Implantable Multidrug Antitubercular Formulation Outperforms Oral Delivery. Nanoscale 2021, 13, 13225-13230.
     

  29. Pani T, Rajput K, Kar A, Sharma H, Basak R, Medatwal N, Saha S, Dev G, Kumar S, Gupta S, Mukhopadhyay A, Malakar D, Maiti TK, Aneeshkumar AG, Deo SVS, Sharma RD, Bajaj A, & Dasgupta U. Alternative Splicing of Ceramide Synthase 2 Alters Levels of Specific Ceramides and Modulates Cancer Cell Proliferation and Migration in Luminal B Breast Cancer Subtype. Cell Death Dis. 2021, 12, 171.
     

  30. Pal S, Mehta D, Dasgupta U and Bajaj A. Advances in engineering of low molecular weight hydrogels for chemotherapeutic applications. Biomed. Mater. 2021, 16, 024102. 
     

  31. Verma P, Srivastava A, Srikanth C.V, & Bajaj A. Nanoparticle-mediated Gene Therapeutic Strategies for Mitigating the Inflammatory Bowel Disease. Biomater. Sci. 2021, 9, 1481-1502
     

  32. Sreekanth V, Kar A, Kumar S, Pal S, Yadav P, Sharma Y, Komalla V, Sharma H, Shyam R, Sharma R.D, Mukhopadhyay A0, Sengupta S, Dasgupta U, & Bajaj A. Bile Acid-tethered Docetaxel-based Nanomicelle Mitigates Tumor progression through Epigenetic Changes. Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. 2021, 60, 5394-5399
     

  33. Gupta R, Thakur J, Pal S, Mishra D, Rani P, Kumar S, Saini S, Singh A, Srivastava A, Prasad R, Gupta S & Bajaj A. Cholic Acid-Derived Amphiphiles can Prevent and Degrade the Fungal Biofilms. ACS Appl. Bio Mater. 2021, 4, 7332-7341.
     

  34. Medatwal N, Ansari M.N, Kumar S, Pal S, Jha S.K, Verma P, Rana K, Dasgupta U and Baja A. Hydrogel-mediated delivery of celastrol and doxorubicin induces a synergistic effect on tumor regression via upregulation of ceramides. Nanoscale 2020, 12, 18463-18475.
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  35. Kumar S. & Bajaj A. Advances in Self-assembled Injectable Hydrogels for Cancer Therapy. Biomater. Sci. 2020, 8, 2055-2073.
     

  36. Awasthi A, Gupta S, Thakur J, Pal S, Bajaj A and Srivastava A. Polydopamine-on-Liposomes: Stable nanoformulations, Uniform Coatings and Superior Antifouling Performance. Nanoscale 2020, 12, 5021-5030.
     

  37. Pal S, Medatwal N, Kumar S, Kar A, Komalla V, Yavvari P.S., Mishra D, Rizvi Z.R., Nandan S, Malakar D, Pillai M, Awasthi A, Das P, Sharma R. D., Srivastava A, Sengupta S, Dasgupta U, and Bajaj A. A Localized Chimeric Hydrogel Therapy Combats Tumor Progression through Alteration of Sphingolipid Metabolism. ACS Central Sci. 2019, 5, 1648-1662.
     

  38. Gupta S, Thakur J, Pal S, Gupta R, Mishra D, Kumar S, Yadav K, Saini A, Yavvari P, Vedantham M, Singh A, Srivastava A, Prasad R and Bajaj A. Cholic Acid-Peptide Conjugates (CAPs) as Potent Antimicrobials against Interkingdom Polymicrobial Biofilms. Antimicrob. Agents Chemother. 2019, 63, e00520-19.
     

  39. Kumar S, Thakur J, Yadav K, Mitra M, Pal S, Ray A, Gupta S, Medatwal N, Gupta R, Mishra D, Rani P, Padhi S, Sharma P, Kapil Ar, Srivastava A, Priyakumar, U Deva, Dassgupta U, Thukral L, Bajaj A. Cholic Acid-Derived Amphiphile can Combat Gram-Positive Bacteria-mediated Infections via Disintegration of Lipid Clusters. ACS Biomaterials Sci & Eng. 2019, 5, 4764-4775.
     

  40. Kidwai S, Bouzeyne R, Chakraborti S, Khare N, Das S, Gosain T, Behura A, Meena C, Dhiman R, Essafi M, Bajaj A, Saini D, Srinivasan N, Mahajan D and Singh R. NU-6027 inhibits growth of Mycobacterium tuberculosis by targeting Protein Kinase D and Protein Kinase G. Antimicrobial Agents Chem. 2019, 63, e00996-19.
     

  41. Sreekanth V and Bajaj A. Recent Advances in Engineering of Lipid-Drug Conjugates for Cancer Therapy. ACS Biomaterials Sci. & Eng. 2019, 5, 4148-4166.
     

  42. Sharma Y, Ahmad A, Yavvari PS, Kumar S, Bajaj A, Khan F. Targeted SHP-1 silencing modulates macrophage phenotype leading to metabolic improvement in dietary obese mice. Mol. Ther. Nucleic 2019, 16, 626-636.
     

  43. Kandanur SGS, Kundu S, Cadena C., Juan HS, Bajaj A, Guzman JD, Nanduri S, Golakoti NR. Design, synthesis, and biological evaluation of new 12-substituted-14-deoxy-andrographolide derivatives as apoptosis inducers. Chemistry Lett. 2019, 73, 1669–1675.
     

  44. Yavvari PS, Verma P, Mustfa S, Pal S, Kumar S, Awasthi AK, Ahuja V, Srikanth CV, Srivastava A, and Bajaj A. A Nanogel Based Oral Gene Delivery System Targeting SUMOylation Machinery to Combat Gut Inflammation. Nanoscale, 2019,11, 4970-4986.
     

  45. Srivastava A, Yavvari PS, Awasthi AK, Sharma A, Bajaj A. Emerging Biomedical Applications of Polyaspartic Acid-Derived Biodegradable Polyelectrolytes and Polyelectrolyte Complexes. J. Mater. Chem. 2019, 7, 2102-2122.
     

  46. Mitra M, Asad M, Kumar S, Yadav K, Chaudhary S, Bhavesh N.S., Khalid S, Thukral L and Bajaj A. Distinct Intramolecular Hydrogen Bonding Dictates Antimicrobial Action of Membrane-Targeting Amphiphiles.  J. Phys. Chem. Lett. 2019, 10, 754–760.
     

  47. Yadav K, Kumar S, Mishra S, Asad M, Mitra M, Yavvari PS, Gupta S, Vedantham M, Ranga P, Komalla V, Pal S, Sharma P, Kapil A, Singh A, Singh N, Srivastava A, Thukral L and Bajaj A. Deciphering the Role of Intramolecular Networking in Cholic Acid-Peptide Conjugates (CAPs) at Lipopolysaccharide Surface in Combating Gram-negative Bacterial Infections. J. Med. Chem. 2019, 62, 1875–1886.
     

  48. Yadav K, Yavvari PS, Pal S, Kumar S, Mishra D, Gupta S, Mitra S, Soni V, Khare N, Sharma P, Srikanth C.V, Kapil A, Singh A, Nandicoori V.K, Bajaj A. Oral Delivery of Cholic Acid-Derived Amphiphile Helps in Combating Salmonella-mediated Gut Infection and Inflammation. Bioconjugate Chem. 2019, 30, 721–732.
     

  49. ​Yavvari PS, Pal S, Kumar S, Kar A, Awasthi A,Naaz A, Srivastava A, Bajaj A. An Injectable, Self-healing Chimeric Catechol-Fe(III) Hydrogel for Localized Combination Cancer Therapy. ACS Biomaterials Sci. & Eng. 2017, 3, 3404–3413.
     

  50. Sreekanth V, Medatwal N, Kumar S, Pal S, Malyla V, Kar A, Bhargava P, Naaz A, Kumar N, Sengupta S, Bajaj A. Tethering of Chemotherapeutic Drug/Imaging Agent to Bile Acid-Phospholipid Increases the Efficacy and Bioavailability with Reduced Hepatotoxicity. Bioconjugate Chem. 2017, 28,  2942–2953.
     

  51. Kundu S, Bansal S, Muthukumarasamy KM, Sachidanandan C, Motiani R, Bajaj A. Deciphering the Role of Hydrophobic and Hydrophilic Bile Acids in Angiogenesis using in vitro and in vivo Model Systems. Med. Chem. Comm. 2017,8, 2248-2257.
     

  52. Kidwai S, Park C, Mawatwal S, Tiwari P, Jung MG., Gossain T, Kumar P, Alland D, Kumar S, Bajaj A, Hwang Y, Song CS, Dhiman R, Lee Y, Singh R. The dual mechanism of action of 5-Nitro-1,10-Phenanthroline against Mycobacterium tuberculosis. Antimicrob. Agents Chemother. 2017, 61, e00969-17.
     

  53. Hussain T, Saha D, Purohit G, Kar A, Mukherjee AK , Sharma S, Sengupta S, Dhapola P, Maji B, Vedagopuram S, Horikoshi NT, Horikoshi N, Pandita RK, Bhattacharya S , Bajaj A, Riou JF, TK Pandita, Chowdhury S. Transcription regulation of CDKN1A (p21/CIP1/WAF1) by TRF2 is epigenetically controlled through the REST repressor complex. Sci Rep. 2017, 7, 1-13.
     

  54. Sreekanth V, Medatwal N, Pal S, Kumar S, Sengupta S, Bajaj A. Molecular Self-Assembly of Bile Acid-Phospholipids Controls the Delivery of Doxorubicin and Mice Survivability. Mol. Pharm. 2017, 14, 2649–2659
     

  55. Yavvari P, Gupta S, Arora D,Nandicoori V, Srivastava A, Bajaj A. Clathrin Independent Killing of Intracellular Mycobacteria and Biofilm Disruptions using Synthetic Antimicrobial Polymers. Biomacromolecules. 2017, 18, 2024–2033
     

  56. Gupta S, Singh M, Reddy AM, Yavvari PS, Srivastava A, and Bajaj A. Interactions governing the entrapment of anticancer drugs by low molecular weight hydrogelator for drug delivery applications. RSC Adv. 2016, 6, 19751-19757
     

  57. Kundu S, Kumar S, Bajaj A.  Cross-talk between bile acids and gastrointestinal tract for progression and development of cancer and its therapeutic implications. IUBMB Life 2015, 67, 514–523.
     

  58. S. Kumar, P. Bhargava, V. Sreekanth, and A. Bajaj. Design, Synthesis, and Physico-Chemical Interactions of Bile Acid Derived Dimeric Phospholipid Amphiphiles with Model Membranes. J. Colloid Interface Sci. 2015, 448, 398–406.
     

  59. Yadav K, Bhargava P, Bansal P, Singh M, Gupta S, Sandhu G, Kumar S, Sreekanth V, and Bajaj A. Nature of the Charged Head Group Dictates the Anticancer Potential of Lithocholic Acid-Tamoxifen Conjugates For Breast Cancer Therapy. Med. Chem. Comm. 2015, 6, 778-787
     

  60. Sharma A, Bansal S, Pohane A, Bajaj A, Jain V, Srivastava A. Cell-Penetrating Synthetic Antimicrobial Polypeptides (SAMPs) Exhibiting Potent and Selective Killing of Mycobacterium by Targeting its DNA. Chem Eur. 2015, 21, 3540–3545.
     

  61. M Singh, S Bansal, S Kundu, P Bhargava, A Singh, R Motiani, R Shyam, V Sreekanth, S Sengupta, A Bajaj. Synthesis, Structure-Activity Relationship, and Mechanistic Investigation of Lithocholic Acid Amphiphiles for Colon Cancer Therapy. Med. Chem. Commun. 2015, 6, 192-201
     

  62. Singh K, Verma V, Yadav K, Sreekanth V, Kumar D, Bajaj A, Kumar V. Design, Regioselective Synthesis and Cytotoxic Evaluation of 2-Aminoimidazole-quinoline Hybrids Against Cancer and Primary Endothelial Cells. Eur. J Med. Chem. 2014, 87, 150–158.
     

  63. Bansal S,  Singh M, Kidwai S, Bhargava P, Singh A, Sreekanth V, Kundu S, Singh R, Bajaj A. Bile Acid Amphiphiles with Tunable Head Groups as Highly Selective Non-hemolytic Antitubercular Agents. Med. Chem. Commun. 2014, 5, 1761-1768
     

  64. Singh M, Kundu S, Reddy A, Sreekanth V, Motiani R K, Sengupta S, Srivastava A, Bajaj A. Injectable small molecule hydrogel for localized and sustained in vivo delivery of Doxorubicin. Nanoscale 2014, 6, 12849-12855.
     

  65. Singh M, Bajaj A. Unraveling the Impact of Hydroxylation on Interactions of Bile Acid Cationic Lipids with Model Membranes by In-depth Calorimetry Studies. Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys. 2014,16, 19266-19274.
     

  66. Bhargava P, Singh M, Sreekanth V, Bajaj A. Nature of the Charged Head Group Determines the Fusogenic Potential and Membrane Properties of Lithocholic Acid Phospholipids. J Phys. Chem. B. 2013, 118, 9341–9348.
     

  67. Vedagopuram S, Bajaj A. Number of Free Hydroxyl Groups on Bile Acid Phospholipids Determines the Fluidity and Hydration of Model Membranes. J Phys. Chem. B. 2013, 117, 12135–12144.
     

  68. Sharma S, Kundu S, Reddy AM, Bajaj A, Srivastava A. Design and Engineering of Stable and Biocompatible Disulfide-cross-linked Nanocomplexes of Polyamide Polyelectrolytes for Cytosolic Delivery of Entrapped Peptide Cargo. Macromol. Biosci. 2013, 13, 927.
     

  69. Vedagapuram S, Bansal S, Motiani R, Kundu S, Muppu SK, Datta T, Panjamurthy K, Sengupta S, Bajaj A. Design, Synthesis and Mechanistic Investigations of Bile Acid-Tamoxifen Conjugates for Breast Cancer Therapy. Bioconjugate Chem. 2013, 24, 1468–1484
     

  70. Singh M, Singh A, Kundu S, Bansal S, Bajaj A. Interactions of Bile Acid based Facial Amphiphiles with Membranes Influences their Anticancer Activities for Colon Cancer. Biophys. Biochim. Acta Biomembr. 2013, 6, 577-588.
     

  71. Vedagopuram S, Bajaj A. Fluorescece (Fluidity/hydration) and Calorimetric Studies of Interactions of Bile Acid Tamoxifen Conjugates with Model Membranes. J Phys. Chem. B. 2013, 117, 2123.
     

  72. Rana, S., Singla, A. K., Bajaj, A., Elci, S. G., Miranda, O. R., Mout, R., Yan, B., Jirik, F. R., & Rotello, V. M. Array-based sensing of metastatic cells and tissues using nanoparticle-fluorescent protein conjugates. ACS nano. 2012, 6, 8233–8240.
     

  73. Subramani, C., Saha, K., Creran, B., Bajaj, A., Moyano, D. F., Wang, H., & Rotello, V. M. Cell alignment using patterned biocompatible gold nanoparticle templates. Small. 2012, 8, 1209–1126.
     

  74. Rana, S., Bajaj, A., Mout, R., & Rotello, V. M. Monolayer coated gold nanoparticles for delivery applications. Adv. Drug Deliv. Rev. 2012, 64, 200-216.
     

  75. Subramani, C, Cengiz, N, Saha, K, Gevrek, T N, Yu, X, Jeong, Y, Bajaj, A, Sanyal, A, and Rotello, V M. Direct fabrication of functional and biofunctional nanostructures through reactive imprinting. Adv. mater. 2011, 23, 3165–3169.
     

  76. Saha, K., Bajaj, A., Duncan, B., & Rotello, V. M. Beauty is skin deep: a surface monolayer perspective on nanoparticle interactions with cells and bio-macromolecules. Small. 2011, 7, 1903–1918.
     

  77. Biswas J, Bajaj A, Bhattacharya S. Membranes of Cationic Gemini Lipids based on Cholesterol with Hydroxyl Headgroups and their Interactions with DNA and Phospholipid. J Phys Chem B 2011, 115, 478–486.
     

  78. Subramani C, Cengiz N, Saha K, Gevrek TN, Yu X, Jeong Y, Bajaj A, Sanyal A, Rotello VM. Direct Fabrication of Functional and Biofunctional Nanostructures Through Reactive Imprinting. Adv. Mater. 2011, 23, 3165-9.
     

  79. Subramani C,Bajaj A, Miranda OR, Rotello VM. Biocompatible Charged and Uncharged Surfaces Using Nanoparticle Films. Adv. Mater.  2010, 22, 5420–5423.
     

  80. Bajaj A, Rana S, Miranda OR, Kim IB, Phillips RL, Jerry DJ, Bunz UH, Rotello VM. Cell Surface-based Differentiation of Cell Types and Cancer States Using a Gold Nanoparticle-GFP Based Sensing Array. Chem Sci. 2010, 1, 134-138.
     

  81. Bajaj A, Miranda OR, Phillips R, Kim IB, Jerry DJ, Bunz UH, Rotello VM. Array Based Sensing of Mammalian Cell Types Using Conjugated Polymers. J Am. Chem. Soc. 2010, 132, 1018-22.
     

  82. Bajaj A, Miranda OR, Kim IB, Phillips RL, Jerry DJ, Bunz UH, Rotello VM. Detection and differentiation of normal, cancerous, and metastatic cells using nanoparticle-polymer sensor arrays. Proc. Nat. Acad. Sci. USA 2009,  10912–10916.
     

  83. Bajaj A, Samanta B, Yan HH, Jerry DJ, Rotello VM. Stability, Toxicity and Differential Cellular Uptake of Protein Passivated-Fe3O4 Nanoparticles. J Mater Chem. 2009,19, 6328-6331.
     

  84. Krebs MD, Erb RM, Yellen BB, Samanta B, Bajaj A, Rotello VM, Alsberg E. Formation of Ordered Cellular Structures in Suspension via Label-Free Negative Magnetophoresis. Nano Lett.  2009, 9, 5, 1812–1817.
     

  85. Bhattacharya S, Bajaj, A.  Recent Advances in Gene Delivery Through Molecular Design of Cationic Lipids. Chem. Commun. 2009, 4632-4656.
     

  86. Bajaj A, Kondaiah P, Bhattacharya S. Gene Transfection Efficacies of Novel Cationic Gemini Lipids Possessing Aromatic Backbone and Oxyethylene Spacers. Biomacromolecules 2008, 9, 991–999.
     

  87. Bajaj A, Mishra S, Kondaiah P, Bhattacharya S. Effect of the headgroup variation on the gene transfer properties of cholesterol based cationic lipids possessing ether linkage. Biochim Biophys Acta: Biomembr 2008, 1778, 1222-1236.
     

  88. Bajaj A, Kondaiah P, Bhattacharya S. Effect of The Nature of Spacer on Gene Transfer Efficacies of Thiocholesterol Derived Gemini Lipids in Different Cell Lines: A Structure-Activity Investigation. J Med Chem 2008, 51, 2533–2540.
     

  89. Bajaj A, Paul B, Indi SS, Kondaiah P, Bhattacharya S. Structure-Activity Investigation on The Gene Transfection Efficiencies of Cardiolipin Mimicking Gemini Lipid Analogues. Bioconjugate Chem.  2008, 19, 1283–1300.
     

  90. Bhattacharya S, Bajaj, A. Fluorescence and Thermotropic Studies of The Interactions of PEI-Cholesterol Based Lipopolymers With Dipalmitoylphosphatidylcholine (DPPC) Membranes. Biochim Biophys. Acta: Biomembr. 2008, 1778, 2225–2233.
     

  91. Bajaj A, Kondaiah P, Bhattacharya S. Synthesis and Gene Transfection Efficacies of PEI−Cholesterol-Based Lipopolymers. Bioconjugate Chem. 2008, 19, 1640–1651.
     

  92. Bhattacharya S, Bajaj A. Membrane Forming Properties of Pseudoglyceryl Backbone Based Gemini Lipids Possessing Oxyethylene Spacers. J Phys. Chem. B 2007, 111, 2463–2472.
     

  93. Bajaj A., Kondaiah P, Bhattacharya S. Synthesis and Gene Transfection Properties of Novel Serum Compatible Cholesterol Based Gemini Lipids Possessing Oxyethylene Spacers. Bioconjugate Chem.  2007, 18, 1537–1546.
     

  94. Bajaj A, Kondaiah P, Bhattacharya S. Design, Synthesis and In Vitro Gene Transfection Properties of Novel Cholesterol Based Gemini Lipids and Their Serum Compatibility: A structure-Activity Investigation. J Med. Chem. 2007, 50, 2432–2442.
     

  95. Bhattacharya S, Bajaj A. Thermotropic and Hydration studies of Gemini Pseudoglyceryl Lipids Possessing Polymethylene Spacers. Langmuir 2007, 23, 17, 8988–8994.
     

  96. Bajaj A, Paul B, Indi SS, Kondaiah P, Bhattacharya S.  Effect of the Hydrocarbon Chain Lengths and Spacer Lengths on Gene Transfection Efficacies of Gemini Lipids Based on Aromatic Backbone. Bioconjugate Chem.  2007, 18, 2144–2158.
     

  97. Bhattacharya S, Bajaj A.  Membrane-Forming Properties of Gemini Lipids Possessing Aromatic Backbone between the Hydrocarbon Chains and the Cationic Headgroup. J Phys Chem B 2007, 111, 13511–13519.
     

  98. Paul B, Bajaj A, Indi SS, Bhattacharya S.  Synthesis of Novel Dimeric Lipids Based on an Aromatic Backbone Between the Hydrocarbon Chains and Head Groups. Tetrahedron Lett. 2006, 47, 8401-8405.
     

  99. Bhattacharya S, Bajaj A.  Recent Trends in Lipid Molecular Design. Curr. Opin. Chem. Biol. 2005, 9, 647–655.
     

  100.  Bhattacharya S, Bajaj A. Molecular design of novel cholesteryl lipids for the delivery of genes across the cell membranes. Univ. Res. J. (Science), 2003, 53.

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