Dibyendu Das
Dibyendu Das
Assistant Professor in Chemistry, IISER Kolkata http://www.iiserkol.ac.in/
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Organogelation and hydrogelation of low-molecular-weight amphiphilic dipeptides: pH responsiveness in phase-selective gelation and dye removal
T Kar, S Debnath, D Das, A Shome, PK Das
Langmuir 25 (15), 8639-8648, 2009
1482009
Gel-nanocomposites: materials with promising applications
D Das, T Kar, PK Das
Soft Matter 8 (8), 2348-2365, 2012
1392012
Hydrogelation through self-assembly of Fmoc-peptide functionalized cationic amphiphiles: potent antibacterial agent
S Debnath, A Shome, D Das, PK Das
The Journal of Physical Chemistry B 114 (13), 4407-4415, 2010
1162010
Interaction between DNA and cationic surfactants: effect of DNA conformation and surfactant headgroup
RS Dias, LM Magno, AJM Valente, D Das, PK Das, S Maiti, MG Miguel, ...
The Journal of Physical Chemistry B 112 (46), 14446-14452, 2008
842008
Amino Acid Based Low‐Molecular‐Weight Ionogels as Efficient Dye‐Adsorbing Agents and Templates for the Synthesis of TiO2 Nanoparticles
S Dutta, D Das, A Dasgupta, PK Das
Chemistry–A European Journal 16 (5), 1493-1505, 2010
712010
Catalytic diversity in self-propagating peptide assemblies
T Omosun, MC Hsieh, WS Childers, D Das, AK Mehta, NR Anthony, T Pan, ...
Nature Chemistry, 2017
692017
Superior activity of structurally deprived enzyme− carbon nanotube hybrids in cationic reverse micelles
D Das, PK Das
Langmuir 25 (8), 4421-4428, 2009
672009
Improved activity of horseradish peroxidase (HRP) in ‘specifically designed’ionic liquid
D Das, A Dasgupta, PK Das
Tetrahedron Letters 48 (32), 5635-5639, 2007
662007
Improved activity of enzymes in mixed cationic reverse micelles with imidazolium-based surfactants
D Das, D Das, PK Das
Biochimie 90 (5), 820-829, 2008
502008
Imidazolium bromide-based ionic liquid assisted improved activity of trypsin in cationic reverse micelles
S Debnath, D Das, S Dutta, PK Das
Langmuir 26 (6), 4080-4086, 2010
402010
Efficient MoS2 Exfoliation by Cross-β-Amyloid Nanotubes for Multistimuli-Responsive and Biodegradable Aqueous Dispersions
N Kapil, A Singh, M Singh, D Das
Angewandte Chemie International Edition 55 (27), 7772-7776, 2016
392016
Single‐Walled Nanotube/Amphiphile Hybrids for Efficacious Protein Delivery: Rational Modification of Dispersing Agents
S Brahmachari, D Das, A Shome, PK Das
Angewandte Chemie 123 (47), 11439-11443, 2011
382011
Chemically Fueled Dissipative Self‐Assembly that Exploits Cooperative Catalysis
S Bal, K Das, S Ahmed, D Das
Angewandte Chemie 131 (1), 250-253, 2019
372019
Refining hydrogelator design: soft materials with improved gelation ability, biocompatibility and matrix for in situ synthesis of specific shaped GNP
D Das, S Maiti, S Brahmachari, PK Das
Soft Matter 7 (16), 7291-7303, 2011
342011
Unsaturation at the surfactant head: Influence on the activity of lipase and horseradish peroxidase in reverse micelles
S Debnath, D Das, PK Das
Biochemical and biophysical research communications 356 (1), 163-168, 2007
332007
Influence of gold nanoparticles of varying size in improving the lipase activity within cationic reverse micelles
S Maiti, D Das, A Shome, PK Das
Chemistry–A European Journal 16 (6), 1941-1950, 2010
312010
Covalently functionalized single-walled carbon nanotubes at reverse micellar interface: a strategy to improve lipase activity
M Ghosh, S Maiti, S Dutta, D Das, PK Das
Langmuir 28 (3), 1715-1724, 2012
282012
Cross-β Amyloid Nanohybrids Loaded With Cytochrome C Exhibit Superactivity in Organic Solvents
N Kapil, A Singh, D Das
Angewandte Chemie International Edition 54, 6492-6495, 2015
252015
The striking influence of SWNT–COOH on self-assembled gelation
SK Mandal, T Kar, D Das, PK Das
Chemical Communications 48 (12), 1814-1816, 2012
242012
Surfactant‐Stabilized Small Hydrogel Particles in Oil: Hosts for Remarkable Activation of Enzymes in Organic Solvents
D Das, S Roy, S Debnath, PK Das
Chemistry–A European Journal 16 (16), 4911-4922, 2010
232010
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