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Dr. Jitendra Satija
Dr. Jitendra Satija
VIT Vellore
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Dendrimers in biosensors: Concept and applications
J Satija, VVR Sai, S Mukherji
Journal of Materials Chemistry 21 (38), 14367-14386, 2011
1532011
Pharmaceutical and biomedical potential of surface engineered dendrimers
J Satija, U Gupta, NK Jain
Critical Reviews™ in Therapeutic Drug Carrier Systems 24 (3), 2007
842007
Plasmonic-ELISA: expanding horizons
J Satija, N Punjabi, D Mishra, S Mukherji
Rsc Advances 6 (88), 85440-85456, 2016
752016
Optimal Design for U-bent Fiber-optic LSPR Sensor Probes
J Satija, NS Punjabi, VVR Sai, S Mukherji
Plasmonics 9, 251-260, 2014
722014
P-FAB: a fiber-optic biosensor device for rapid detection of COVID-19
D Murugan, H Bhatia, VVR Sai, J Satija
Transactions of the Indian National Academy of Engineering 5 (2), 211-215, 2020
582020
Evanescent wave absorption based fiber-optic sensor-cascading of bend and tapered geometry for enhanced sensitivity
N Punjabi, J Satija, S Mukherji
Sensing Technology: Current Status and Future Trends III, 25-45, 2015
582015
Dendrimer as a multifunctional capping agent for metal nanoparticles for use in bioimaging, drug delivery and sensor applications
SR Barman, A Nain, S Jain, N Punjabi, S Mukherji, J Satija
Journal of Materials Chemistry B 6 (16), 2368-2384, 2018
432018
Emerging use of nanostructure films containing capped gold nanoparticles in biosensors
J Satija, R Bharadwaj, VVR Sai, S Mukherji
Nanotechnology, Science and Applications 3, 171, 2010
362010
Nanomaterials based optical and electrochemical sensing of histamine: Progress and perspectives
S Yadav, SS Nair, VVR Sai, J Satija
Food Research International 119, 99-109, 2019
352019
A dendrimer matrix for performance enhancement of evanescent wave absorption-based fiber-optic biosensors
J Satija, B Karunakaran, S Mukherji
RSC advances 4 (31), 15841-15848, 2014
272014
Facile synthesis of size and wavelength tunable hollow gold nanostructures for the development of a LSPR based label-free fiber-optic biosensor
J Satija, J Tharion, S Mukherji
RSC advances 5 (86), 69970-69979, 2015
242015
Glucose Mediated Synthesis of Gold Nanoshells: A Facile and Eco-friendly Approach Conferring High Colloidal Stability
J Tharion, J Satija, S Mukherji
RSC Advances 4, 3984-3991, 2014
192014
Etching-based transformation of dumbbell-shaped gold nanorods facilitated by hexavalent chromium and their possible application as a plasmonic sensor
SA Alex, J Satija, MA Khan, GM Bhalerao, S Chakravarty, B Kasilingam, ...
Analytical Methods 7 (13), 5583-5592, 2015
182015
Dual mechanism-based sensing of mercury using unmodified, heteroepitaxially synthesized silver nanoparticles
A Nain, SR Barman, S Jain, A Mukherjee, J Satija
Applied Nanoscience 7 (6), 299-307, 2017
152017
Facile synthesis of size-tunable silver nanoparticles by heteroepitaxial growth method for efficient NIR SERS
J Tharion, J Satija, S Mukherji
Plasmonics 10 (4), 753-763, 2015
122015
Gold nanoparticle-redox ionic liquid based nanoconjugated matrix as a novel multifunctional biosensing interface
K Theyagarajan, S Yadav, J Satija, K Thenmozhi, S Senthilkumar
ACS Biomaterials Science & Engineering 6 (11), 6076-6085, 2020
102020
Dendrimeric nano-glue material for localized surface plasmon resonance-based fiber-optic sensors
J Satija, S Mukherji
Applied Nanoscience 2 (3), 293-297, 2012
102012
Augmenting labeled bioassay sensitivity-exploiting nanogold optical properties on an optical fiber biosensor
N Punjabi, J Satija, S Mukherji
Optical Sensors, SeTh2C. 6, 2014
92014
Acetylcholinesterase-based inhibition screening through in situ synthesis of gold nanoparticles: Application for detection of nerve agent simulant
DN Kumar, J Satija, N Chandrasekaran, A Mukherjee
Journal of Molecular Liquids 249, 623-628, 2018
72018
Fluorescence based study for melamine detection using gold colloidal solutions
IE Paul, A Rajeshwari, J Satija, AM Raichur, N Chandrasekaran, ...
Journal of fluorescence 26 (6), 2225-2235, 2016
72016
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