156. Benzothiazole based multi-analyte sensor for selective sensing of Zn2+ and Cd2+ and subsequent sensing of inorganic phosphates (Pi) in mixed aqueous medium
Rupinder Singh, A. Gogoi and Gopal Das
RSC Adv. 112246-112252, 6, 2016

155. Dual guest [(Chloride)
3-DMSO] encapsulated cation-sealed neutral trimeric capsular assembly: meta-substituent directed halide and oxyanion binding discrepancy of isomeric neutral di-substituted bis-urea receptors
U. Manna, B. Nayak and Gopal Das
Cryst. Growth Des. 7163–7174 16, 2016

Discrepancy in anion coordination directed by isomeric pyridine-urea receptors: solid state recognition of hydrated anions
N. Hoque, U. Manna and Gopal Das

Polyhedron, 307-316, 119, 2016.

153. A Solo Fluorogenic Probe for Real-time Sensing of SO
32–and SO42–/ HSO4– in Aqueous Medium and Live Cells by Distinct Turn-On Emission Signals
S. Samanta, Poulomi Dey, A. Ramesh and Gopal Das
Chem. Commun. 10381-10384, 52, 2016.

152. Extracellular DNA-Targeting Nanomaterial for Effective Elimination of Biofilm
D. Thiyagarajan, Gopal Das and Aiyagari Ramesh
ChemNanoMat, 879-887, 2, 2016.

151. Influence of the cavity dimension on encapsulation of halide within the capsular assembly and side-cleft recognition of sulphate-water cluster assisted by polyammonium tripodal receptor
U. Manna, Biswajit Nayak, N. Hoque and Gopal Das
CrystEngComm, 5036-5044, 18, 2016.

Multi-responsive turn-on flurogenic probe to sense Zn2+,Cd2+ and Pb2+: Left-Right-Center emission signal swing
S. Samanta, B. K. Datta, Madhurima Boral, Abhijit Nandan and Gopal Das
Analyst, 4388-4393, 141, 2016.

149. Entrapment of Cyclic Fluoride-Water and Sulfate-Water-Sulfate Cluster Within the Self-assembled structure of Linear meta-Phenylene Diamine Based Bis-Urea Receptors: Positional Isomeric effect
U. Manna, R. Chutia and Gopal Das
Cryst. Growth. Des., 2893-2903, 16, 2016.

148. Anion Coordinated Capsules and Pseudocapsules of Tripodal Amide, Urea and Thiourea Scaffolds (REVIEW)

S. K. Dey, A. Basu, R. Chutia and Gopal Das
RSC Adv., 26568 - 26589, 6, 2016 (REVIEW).

147. Implications of hydrogen/halogen-bond in the stabilization of confined water and anion-water clusters by a cationic receptor

N. Hoque, U. Manna, Gopal Das
J. Mol. Struct. 298-306, 1108, 2016.

146. A Turn-On Rhodamine B-indole based fluorogenic probe for selective sensing of trivalent ions

S. Samanta, Turjay Ray, Fazle Haque Gopal Das
J. Lumin. 13-18, 171, 2016.

145. Encapsulation of fluoride and hydrogen sulfate dimer by polyammonium functionalized first and second generation tripodal: Cavity induced anion encapsulation

N. Hoque, Gopal Das
Supramol. Chem. 284-292, 28, 2016.

144. Competitive anion binding aptitude of benzimidazole and amide functionality of a non-symmetrical receptor in solid state and solution phase

N. Borah, A. Gogoi, Gopal Das
Supramol. Chem. 275-283, 28, 2016.

143. Aggregation-Induced Emission (AIE) active probe for multiple targets: Fluorescent sensor for Zn
2+ and Al3+ & colorimetric sensor for Cu2+ and F-
S. Samanta, U. Manna, Turjay Ray, Gopal Das
Dalton Trans. 18902-1891, 44, 2015.

142. Self-assembly of a tris(urea) receptor as tetrahedral cage for the encapsulation of a discrete tetrameric mixed phosphate cluster (H
2PO4- HPO42-)2
R. Chutia, S. K. Dey, Gopal Das
Cryst. Growth Des 4993-5001, 15, 2015.

141. Rapid colorimetric and fluorometric discrimination of geometrical isomers (Maleic acid vs. Fumaric acid) with real-time detection of Maleic acid in solution and food additives

S. Samanta, C. Kar, Gopal Das
Anal. Chem. 9002-9008, 87, 2015.

140. Zinc complex of a neutral pyridine-based amphiphile: A highly efficient and potentially therapeutic bactericidal material

S. Goswami, D. Thiyagarajan, S. Samanta, Gopal Das, A. Ramesh
J. Mater. Chem. B, 7068-7078, 3, 2015.

139. Nanomolar Zn(II) Sensing and Subsequent PPi Detection in Physiological Medium and Live Cells with A Benzothiazole Functionalized Chemosensor

A. Gogoi,S. Mukherjee, A. Ramesh and Gopal Das
RSC Adv., 63634-63640, 5, 2015.

138. AIE Active Metal-Free Chemosensing Platform for Highly Selective Turn-ON Sensing and Bioimaging of Pyrophosphate Anion

A. Gogoi,S. Mukherjee, A. Ramesh and Gopal Das
Anal. Chem., 6974-6979, 87, 2015.

137. Heavy metal removal using sulfate reducing biomass obtained from a lab scale upflow anaerobic packed bed reactor

Mothe Gopi Kiran, K. Pakshirajan and Gopal Das
J. Environ. Eng., xxxx-xxxx, xx, 2015. DOI: 10.1061/(ASCE)EE.1943-7870.0001005

136. A Sole Multi-Analyte receptor responds with three distinct fluorescence signals: Traffic signal like sensing of Al
3+, Zn2+ and F-
B. K. Datta, D. Thiyagarajan, A. Ramesh and Gopal Das
Dalton Trans., 13093-13099, 44, 2015.

135. A New Chemodosimetric Probe for the Selective Detection of Trivalent Cations in Aqueous Medium and Live Cells

S. Samanta, S. Goswami, A. Ramesh and Gopal Das
J. Photochem. Photobiol., A 45-51, 310, 2015.

134. Anion complexation with cyanobenzoyl substituted first and second generation tripodal amide receptors: crystal structures and solution studies

Md. N. Hoque, A. Gogoi and Gopal Das
Dalton Trans. 15220-15231, 44, 2015.

133. A Near-Infrared emissive Al3+ sensing platform for specific detection in solution, cells and probing DNase activity

B. K. Datta, D. Thiyagarajan, C. Kar, A. Ramesh and Gopal Das
Anal. Chim. Acta 76-82, 882, 2015.

132. A Single Probe to Sense Al(III) Colorimetrically and Cd(II) by Turn-On Fluorescence in Physiological Conditions and Live Cells:Corroborated by X-ray crystallographic and Theoretical studies

C. Kar. S. Samanta, S. Goswami, A. Ramesh and Gopal Das
Dalton Trans. 4123-4132, 44, 2015.

131. Correlating enzyme density, conformation and activity on nanoparticle surfaces in highly functional bio-nanocomposites

B. Saha, J. Saikia and Gopal Das
Analyst. 532-542, 140, 2015.

130. A fluorescent naphthalene based benzene tripod for the selective recognition of fluoride in physiological condition

B. Dattta, C. Kar and Gopal Das
J. Chem. Sci. 337-342, 127, 2015. (MTIC XV special issue)

129. NIR Sensing of Zn(II) and Subsequent Dihydrogen Phosphate Detection by a Benzothiazole Functionalized Ninhydrin Based Receptor

A. Gogoi and Gopal Das
RSC Adv. 55689-55695, 4, 2014.

128. A Biocompatible Nanocarrier Fortified with a Dipyridinium-based Amphiphile for Eradication of Biofilm

S. Goswami, D. Thiyagarajan, Gopal Das and A. Ramesh
ACS Appl. Mater. Inter. 16384-16394, 6, 2014.

127. Hydrogen and Halogen bonding in a concert act of anion recognition: F- induced atmospheric CO2 uptake by an iodophenyl functionalized simple urea receptor

R. Chutia and Gopal Das
Dalton Trans. 15628-15637, 43, 2014.

126. An Aggregation-Induced Emission (AIE) Active Probe Renders Al(III) Sensing and Tracking of Subsequent Interaction with DNA

S. Samanta, S. Goswami, Md. N. Hoque, A. Ramesh and Gopal Das
Chem. Commun. 11833-11836, 50, 2014.

125. A novel C3v-symmetric completely water soluble turn-on chemo sensor for Cd2+ and the resultant complex for iodide anion in aqueous medium

B. Dattta, C. Kar and Gopal Das
Sensor. Actuators, B.Chem 474-479, 204, 2014.

124. Amphiphile-mediated Enhanced Antibiotic Efficacy and Development of a Payload Nanocarrier for Effective Killing of Pathogenic Bacteria

S. P. Uday, D. Thiyagarajan, S. Goswami, M. D. Adhikari, Gopal Das and A. Ramesh
J. Mater. Chem B 5818-5827, 2, 2014.

123. A Benzothiazole Containing CHEF based Fluorescence Turn-On Sensor for Zn2+ and Cd2+ and Subsequent Sensing of H2PO4- and P4O74- in Physiological pH

A. Gogoi, S. Samanta, Gopal Das
Sensor. Actuators, B. Chem 788-794, 202, 2014.

122. Prospective antibacterial for drug-resistant pathogens: A dual warhead amphiphile designed to track interactions and kill pathogenic bacteria by membrane damage and cellular DNA cleavage

D. Thiyagarajan, S. Goswami, C. Kar, Gopal Das, A. Ramesh
Chem. Commun. 7434-7436, 50, 2014.

121. A novel chemosensor with visible light excitability for sensing Zn(II) in physiological medium and in HeLa cells

B. K. Datta, D. Thiyagarajan, S. Samanta, A. Ramesh, Gopal Das
Org. Biomol. Chem. 4975-4982, 12, 2014.

120. Framboidal vaterite for selective adsorption of anionic dyes

J. Saikia, Gopal Das
J. Env. Chem. Engg. 1165-1173, 2, 2014.

119. Cationic Tripodal Receptor Assisted Formation of Anion and Anion-Water Clusters: Structural Interpretation of Dihydrogen Phosphate Cluster and Sulfate-Water Tetramer [(SO4)2-(H2O)2]4-

Md. N. Hoque, Gopal Das
Cryst. Growth Des. 2962-2971, 14, 2014.

118. Dual modes of binding on hexafluorosilicate anion by a C3v symmetric flexible tripodal amide ligand in solid state

A. Basu, R. Chutia and Gopal Das
CrystEngComm. 4886-4891, 16, 2014.

117. A simple and efficient Fluorophoric probe for dual sensing of Fe3+ and F-: Application to bioimaging in native cellular iron pool and live cell

C. Kar, S. Samantaa, S. Mukherjeeb, B. K. Datta, Aiyagari Ramesh and Gopal Das
New J. Chem 2660-2669, 38, 2014.

116. A C3v Symmetric Tripodal Urea Receptor for Anions and Ion-pairs: Formation of Dimeric Capsular Assemblies of the Receptor during Anion and Ion-pair Coordination

A. Basu, Gopal Das
J. Org. Chem. 2647-2656, 79, 2014.

115. Hydrated anion glued capsular and non-capsular assembly of a tripodal host: solid state recognition of bromide-water [Br5-(H2O)6]5- and iodide-water[I2-(H2O)4]2- clusters in cationic tripodal receptor

Md. N. Hoque, Gopal Das
CrystEngComm. 4447-4458, 16, 2014.

114. Magnetic nanoparticles for selective capture and purification of an antimicrobial peptide secreted by food-grade lactic acid bacteria

M. D. Adhikari, S. Mukherjee, J. Saikia, Gopal Das, Aiyagari Ramesh
J. Mat. Chem. B 1432-1438, 2, 2014.

113. Interpreting the adsorption of BSA and BLG onto ZnS NPs: Effect of conformational rigidity of the proteins

J. Saikia, B. Saha, Gopal Das
J. Colloid. Inter. Sci. 235-242, 416, 2014.

112. A new fluorogenic probe for solution and intra-cellular sensing of trivalent cations in model human cells

S. Samanta, S.Goswami, A. Ramesh, G. Das.
Sensor. Actuators, B.Chem 120-126, 194, 2013.

111. A Pyridine-Urea Based Anion Receptor: Formation of Cyclic Sulfate-water Hexamer and Dihydrogen phosphate-water Trimer in Hydrophobic Environment

Md. N. Hoque, A. Basu, Gopal Das
Cryst. Growth Des. 6-10, 14, 2014. (Communication)

110. Recombinant Receptor-binding Domain of Diphtheria Toxin Increases Potency of Curcumin by Enhancing Cellular Uptake

A. Kumar, Gopal Das, Biplab Bose
Mol. Pharmaceutics 208-217, 11, 2014.

109. Fluorescence turn on sensor for sulfate ion in aqueous medium using tripodal-Cu2+ ensemble

Md. N. Hoque, A. Basu, Gopal Das
J. Fluo. 411-416, 24, 2014.

108. Structural insight into the anion-water cluster: Stabilized by alcohol and carboxylic acid containing tripodal ligand

Md. N. Hoque, A. Basu, Gopal Das
Supramol. Chem. 392-402, 26, 2014.