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Progress and perspectives: fluorescent to long-lived emissive multifunctional probes for intracellular sensing and imaging
S Jaiswal, S Das, S Kundu, I Rawal, P Anand, A Patra
Journal of Materials Chemistry C 10 (16), 6141-6195, 2022
172022
Three in One: Stimuli-Responsive Fluorescence, Solid-State Emission, and Dual-Organelle Imaging Using a Pyrene-Benzophenone Derivative
AP Subhankar Kundu , Subhadeep Das, Abir Dutta
The Journal of Physical Chemistry B, 2022
102022
Red Thermally Activated Delayed Fluorescence in Dibenzopyridoquinoxaline-Based Nanoaggregates
S Das, S Kundu, B Sk, M Sarkar, A Patra
Organic Materials 3 (04), 477-487, 2021
102021
Molecular to Supramolecular Self-Assembled Luminogens for Tracking the Intracellular Organelle Dynamics
S Kundu, S Das, S Jaiswal, A Patra
ACS Applied Bio Materials 5 (8), 3623-3648, 2022
72022
Unraveling Molecular Assembly and Tracking Lipid Droplet Dynamics Using Fluorescent Phenanthroimidazole Derivatives
S Kundu, B Sk, N Saha, S Das, TK Dutta, A Batra, RS Tomar, A Patra
ACS Materials Letters 5 (1), 27-35, 2022
62022
Fluorescence correlation spectroscopy and fluorescence lifetime imaging microscopy for deciphering the morphological evolution of supramolecular self-assembly
S Kundu, S Das, A Patra
Chemical Communications, 2023
52023
Unveiling the Long-Lived Emission of Copper Nanoclusters Embedded in a Protein Scaffold
S Sharma, S Das, K Kaushik, A Yadav, A Patra, CK Nandi
The Journal of Physical Chemistry Letters 14 (40), 8979-8987, 2023
22023
Unveiling autophagy and aging through time-resolved imaging of lysosomal polarity with a delayed fluorescent emitter
S Das, A Batra, S Kundu, R Sharma, A Patra
Chemical Science 15 (1), 102-112, 2024
2024
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SB Ambegave, TR Shubham, NT Patil, S Kundu, S Das, A Patra
Chem. Commun 59, 8063, 2023
2023
Materials for optical, magnetic and electronic devices
A Tripathi, Y Lee, S Lee, HY Woo, S Jaiswal, S Das, S Kundu, I Rawal, ...
J. Mater. Chem 100 (10), 6236, 2022
2022
Understanding the mechanism of nuclear retention of SKS1 mRNA in Saccharomyces cerevisiae
S Das
Kolkata, 0
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