1. Synthesis and Uses of Macrobicyclic Cryptands: From Complexation of Transition Metal ions to Molecular Devices.
D.K.Chand, P.Ghosh, R.Shukla, S.Sengupta, G.Das, P.Bandyopadhyay, P.K.Bharadwaj.
Proc. Ind. Acad. Sci. (Chem. Sci), 229, 108, 1996.

2. Synthesis and Study of Cu(II)-Thiolato Complexes: Bioinorganic Perspectives.

S. Mandal, G. Das, R. Shukla, R. Singh, P. K. Bharadwaj.
Coord. Chem. Rev. 160, 191, 1997.

3. Synthesis and X-ray Structures of Mixed Ligand Salicylaldehyde Complexes of Mn(III), Fe(III) and Cu(II) Ions: Reactivity of the Mn(III)Complex Towards Primary Monoamines and Catalytic Epoxidation of Olefins by the Cu(II)Complex.

G.Das, R.Shukla, S.Mandal, R.Singh, P.K. Bharadwaj.
Ionrg. Chem. 323, 36, 1997.

4. Langmuir Films of a Cryptand-Based Amphiphiles at the Air-Water Interface.

G.Das, P.Ghosh, P.K.Bharadwaj, U.Singh, R.A.Singh.
Langmuir, 3582, 13, 1997.

5. Osmium Mediated Selective Aromatic Thiolation Reaction in the Complexes [OS(II){o-SC6H3(R)N=NC5H4N}2]. Synthesis,Spectroscopic Characterization,Electron-Transfer Properties and Crystal Structure of the Complex where R=H.

B.K.Santra, P.Munshi, G.Das, P.K.Bharadwaj, G.K.Lahiri.
Polyhedron, 617, 18, 1999.

6. A Comparative Study of Cryptand Based (Triple-Head-Triple-Tail) Amphiphiles at the Air-Water Interface.

G.Das, P.K.Bharadwaj, U.Singh, R.A.Singh, R.J.Butcher.
Langmuir, 1910, 16, 2000.

7. Facile One-Pot Synthesis of Macrobicyclic/Macrotricyclic Cryptands: Effect of Reactant Concentrations.

G.Das, P.Tripathi, A,Tripathi, P.K.Bharadwaj.
Tetrahedron, 1501, 56, 2000.

8. Transition Metal Cryptate-Enhanced Fluorscence in a Trianthroyl Cryptand: Effect of Spacer on the PET process.

G.Das, P.K.Bharadwaj, M.B.Roy, S.Ghosh.
J. Photoch. Photobio. A: Chemistry, 7, 135(1), 2000.

9. "Never Mind a Barrel"

B. Baumeister, G. Das, N. Sakai, S. Matile.
Chimia, 55(4), 301-304, 2001.

10. Topological Diversity of Artificial beta-Barrel in Water.

G.Das, S. Matile.
Chirality, 170, 13, 2001.

11. Synthesis and Structure of the [Mn(IV)(biguanide)3]4+ ion: the Simplest Source for water-stable Manganese(IV).

G.Das, P.K.Bharadwaj, D.Ghosh, B.Chaudhuri, R.Banerjee.
Chem. Commun. 323, 2001.

12. Beta-Fibrillogenesis by Rigid-Rod beta-Barrels:Hierarchical Preorganization Beyond Microns

G.Das, L.Quali, M.Adrian, B.Baumeister, K.J.Wilkinson, S.Matile.
Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. Engl. 4657, 40(24), 2001.

13. Toward Catalytic Rigid-Rod beta-Barrels: A Hexamer with Multiple Histidines

G.Das, N.Sakai, S.Matile.
Chirality, 18, 14, 2002.

14. Transmembrane pores formed by synthetic p-octiphenyl beta-barrels with internal carboxylate clusters.

Regulation of ion transport by pH and Mg(II)-complexed 8-aminonaphthalene-1,3,6-trisulfonate
G. Das, S. Matile.
Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. U.S.A. 5183, 99(8), 2002.

15. Photophysical studies of cryptand based fluorophore systems in different environments.

G. Das, P. K. Bharadwaj, M. Basu Roy, S. Ghosh.
Chem. Phys. 277, 145, 2002.

16. Binding of Organic Anions by Synthetic Supramolecular Metallopores with Internal Mg(II)-Aspartate Complexes.

G. Das, H. Onouchi, E.Yashima, N. Sakai, S. Matile.
ChemBioChem, 1089, 3, 2002.

17. On the Importance of Intermediate Internal Charge Repulsion for the Synthesis of Multifunctional Pores.

B. Baumeister, A. Som, G. Das, N. Sakai, F. Vilbois, D. Gerard, S. Shahi, S. Matile.
Helv. Chim. Acta, 2740, 85, 2002.

18. Fluorimetric Detection of Enzyme Activity with Synthetic Supramolecular Pores.

G. Das, P. Talukdar, S. Matile.
Science, 1600, 298, 2002.

19. Bioorganic Chemistry of Rigid-Rod Molecules: Adventures with p-Oligophenyls.

Y. Baudry, B. Baumeister, G. Das, D. Gerard, S. Matile, N. Sakai, A. Som, N. Sorde, P. Talukdar.
Chimia, 667-671, 56, 2002.

20. Synthetic Multifunctional Pores: Deletion and Inversion of Anion/Cation Selectivity Using pM and pH.

N. Sakai, N. Sorde, G. Das, P. Perrottet, D. Gerard, S. Matile.
Org. Biomol.Chem, 1226-1231, 1(7), 2003.

21. Enzyme Screening with Synthetic Multifunctional Pores:Focus on Biopolymers

N. Sorde, G. Das, S. Matile.
Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. U.S.A. 11964, 100(21), 2003.