58. Fabrication of core-shell beads, hollow capsules, and AuNP-embedded catalytic beads from an ultrasmall peptide hydrogel.
Tanushree Das, Saurav Das, Debapratim Das, Chem. Eng. J. 2023, 477, 147105. (IF: 16.744)
Book Chapter 01. Peptide Amphiphile Nanomaterials
57. pH Clock Guided Dynamic Broad Spectrum Multi-Color Fluorescence Modulation in Size-Oscillatory Vesicles
Saurav Das, Tanushree Das, Shreya Debnath, Oren A. Scherman, Debapratim Das. Adv. Optical. Mater. 2023, 2301422 (IF 10.05)
56. Cumulative Effect of pH and Redox Triggers on Highly Adaptive Transient Coacervates
Sumit Chowdhuri, Saurav Das, Ritvika Kushwaha, Tanushree Das, Basab Kanti Das, Debapratim Das. Chem. Eur. J. 2023, 29, e202203820 (IF 5.02)
Patent 01. Peptide-Based Water Insoluble Molecular Hydrogel.
Indian Patent No: 417150, Granted on 09-01-2023
Inventors: Nilotpal Singha, and Debapratim Das.
55. Mannose-decorated composite peptide hydrogel with thixotropic and syneresis properties and its application in treatment of Leishmaniasis
Payel Dowari, Shalini Roy, Saurav Das, Sumit Chowdhuri, Ritvika Kushwaha, Basab Kanti Das, Anindita Ukil, Debapratim Das, Chem. Asian J. 2022,e202200550 (IF: 4.839)
54. Crosslinker-free collagen gelation for corneal regeneration.
Mohammad Mirazul Islam, Alexandru Chivu, Dina B. AbuSamra, Amrita Saha, Sumit Chowdhuri, Bapan Pramanik, Claes H. Dohlman, Debapratim Das, Pablo Argüeso, Jaya Rajaiya, Hirak K Patra, James Chodosh, Sci. Rep. 2022, 12, 9108. (IF: 4.996)
53. Proline Selective Labeling via On-Site Construction of Naphthoxazole (NapOx)
Subhra Kanti Roy, Anisha Purkait, Rajib Shome, Saurav Das, Debapratim Das, Siddhartha Sankar Ghosh and Chandan K. Jana. Chem. Commun., 2022, 58, 5909-5912(IF: 6.222)
52. Development of a hydrolase mimicking peptide amphiphile and its immobilization on silica surface for stereoselective and enhanced catalysis
Payel Dowai, Malay Kumar Baroi,Tanushree Das, Basab Kanti Das, Saurav Das, Sumit Chowdhuri, Avinash Garg, Ananya Debnath and Debapratim Das* J. Colloid Interface Sci. 2022, 618. 98-110. (IF 9.965)
51. Controlling the lifetime of cucurbit[8]uril based self-abolishing nanozymes
Saurav Das, Tanushree Das, Priyam Das and Debapratim Das* Chem. Sci. 2022, 13, 4050-4057. (IF 9.969)
50. Bi-directional feedback controlled transience in Cucurbituril based
tandem nanozyme
Saurav Das,* Priyam Das, Payel Dowari, Basab Kanti Das , Debapratim Das* J. Colloid Interface Sci. 2022,  614,  172–180. (IF 9.965)
49. Rational design of peptide-based smart hydrogels for therapeutic applications
Saurav Das and Debapratim Das* Front. Chem. 2021, 9, 770102 (IF: 5..545)
48. The Effects of a Short Self-Assembling Peptide on the Physical and Biological Properties of Biopolymer Hydrogels
Sumit Chowdhuri, Moumita Ghosh, Lihi Adler-Abramovich,* and Debapratim Das* Pharmaceutics 2021, 13, 1602 (IF 6.321)
47. Smart Thixotropic Hydrogels by Disulfide-Linked Short Peptides for Effective Three-Dimensional Cell Proliferation
Sumit Chowdhuri, Amrita Saha, Bapan Pramanik, Saurav Das, Payel Dowari, Anindita Ukil*, and Debapratim Das* Langmuir 2020, 36, 50, 15450–15462. (IF 3.882)
46. Aggregation‐directed High Fidelity Sensing of Picric Acid by a Perylenediimide‐based Luminogen.
Bapan Pramanik*, Saurav Das and Debapratim Das* Chem. Asian J. 2020, 15, 4291-4296. (IF 4.839)
45. Light-triggered syneresis of a water insoluble peptide-hydrogel effectively removes small molecule waste contaminants.
Basab Kanti Das, Bapan Pramanik, Sumit Chowdhury, Oren A. Scherman and Debapratim Das* Chem. Commun. 2020 56, 3393-3396. (IF 6.22)
44. Molecular dynamics simulations of a stacked π–conjugated soft mate-rial: binding energy and preferential geometry for self-assembly
Arpita Srivastava, Debapratim Das, and Ananya Debnath* Bull. Mater. Sci. 43, Article number: 181
43. pH and Secondary Structure Instructed Aggregation to a Thixotropic Hydrogel by a Peptide Amphiphile.
Payel Dowari, Bapan Pramanik,and Debapratim Das* Bull. Mater. Sci. 2020, 43: Article number: 70.
42. pH clock instructed transient supramolecular peptide amphiphile and its vesicular assembly.
Payel Dowari, Saurav Das, Bapan Pramanik,and Debapratim Das* Chem. Commun.2019, 55, 14119-14122.(IF 6.22)
41. Freeze the dynamicity: Charge transfer complexation assisted control over reaction pathway.
Nilotpal Singha, Basab Kanti Das, Bapan Pramanik, Saurav Das and Debapratim Das* Chemical Science 2019,10,10035-10039. (IF 9.825)
40. Applications of Cucurbiturils in Medicinal Chemistry and Chemical Biology.
Werner M. Nau*, Khaleel Assaf* and Debapratim Das* Front. Chem. 2019, 7, 619. (IF 5.545)
39. Ultra-Fast, Highly Sensitive and Selective Detection of p-Xylene at Room Temperature by Peptide-Hydrogel Based Composite Material.
Nilotpal Singha, Samya Neogi, Bapan Pramanik, Saurav Das, Antara Dasgupta, Ranajit Ghosh* and Debapratim Das* ACS Appl. Polym. Mater. 2019, 1, 2267-2272. (IF: 4.855)
38. Designer Peptide Amphiphiles: Self-Assembly to Applications.
37. A repertoire of biomedical applications of noble metal nanoparticles.
Mohammad Azharuddin, Geyunjian Harry Zhu, Debapratim Das, Erdogan Ozgur, Lokman Uzun, Anthony P.F. Turner* and Hirak Kumar Patra* Chem. Commun. 2019, 55, 6964-6996. (IF: 6.22)
36. Unusual Confinement Property of a Water Insoluble Small Peptide Hydrogel.
Nilotpal Singha, Arpita Srivastava, Bapan Pramanik, Sahnawaz Ahmed, Payel Dowari, Sumit Chowdhury, Basab Kanti Das, Ananya Debnath* and Debapratim Das*. Chem. Sci. 2019, 10, 5920-5928. (IF: 9.825)
35. Sol-, Gel-, and Paper-Based Detection of Picric Acid at Femtogram Level by a Short Peptide Gelator.
Bapan Pramanik*, Nilotpal Singha, and Debapratim Das* ACS Appl. Polym. Mater.  2019, 1, 833–843. (IF: 4.855)
34. Unorthodox Combination of Cation-π and Charge-Transfer Interactions within a Donor-Acceptor Pair.
Bapan Pramanik, Sahnawaz Ahmed, Nilotpal Singha, Basab Kanti Das, Payel Dowari and Debapratim Das* Langmuir.  2019, 35, 478-488. (IF: 4.331)
33. Multiple Cross-Linking of a Small Peptide to Form Size Tuneable Bio-Polymer with Efficient Cell Adhesion and Proliferation Property.
Payel Dowari, Shriya Saha, Bapan Pramanik, Sahnawaz Ahmed, Nilotpal Singha, Anindita Ukil*, and Debapratim Das* Biomacromolecules   2018, 19, 3994–4002. (IF: 6.978)
32. DNA-induced Novel Optical Features of Ethyl Viologen-tethered Perylenediimide Triad.
Julfikar Hassan Mondal, Bapan Pramanik, Meenakshi Shinde, Raman Khurana, Nilotpal Barooah, Achikanath Bhasikuttan, Debapratim Das* and Jyotirmayee Mohanty* J. Phys. Chem.   2018, 122, 18061–18069. (IF: 4.177)
31. Solvent Directed Morphogenesis and Electrical Properties of a Peptide-Perylenediimide Conjugate.
Sahnawaz Ahmed, Kandan Natarajan Amba Sankar, Bapan Pramanik, Kallol Mohanta* and Debapratim Das* Langmuir 2018, 34, 8355–8364. (IF: 4.331)
30. Self-Aggregation of a Naphthalene‐monoimide Amphiphile and its Charge‐Transfer Complexation Driven Morphogenesis in Water.
Subhajit Ghosh, Bapan Pramanik and Debapratim Das* ChemNanoMat   2018, 4, 867 (Invited Article). (IF: 3.820)
29. Aggregation Induced Emission or Hydrolysis by Water? The Case of Schiff Bases in Aqueous Organic Solvents.
Bapan Pramanik and Debapratim Das* J. Phys. Chem. C 2018, 122, 3655-3661. (IF: 4.177)
28. Hydrogelation of a Naphthalene Diimide Appended Peptide Amphiphile and its Application in Cell-Imaging and Intracellular pH Sensing.
Nilotpal Singha, Purnima Gupta, Bapan Pramanik, Sahnawaz Ahmed, Antara Dasgupta, Anindita Ukil, and Debapratim Das* Biomacromolecules 2017, 18, 3630-3641 (Invited Article) (IF: 6.978)
27. A DNA-NDI hybrid to efficiently detect histone in parts per trillion (ppt) level.
Bapan Pramanik, Sahnawaz Ahmed, Rupam Roy, Basab Kanti Das, Nilotpal Singha and Debapratim Das* ChemistrySelect 2017, 2, 8911 - 8916. (IF: 2.307)
26. Self-Assembly Assisted Tandem Sensing of Pd2+ and CN- by a Perylenediimide-Peptide Conjugate.
Bapan Pramanik, Sahnawaz Ahmed, Nilotpal Singha and Debapratim Das* ChemistrySelect 2017, 2, 10061-10066. (IF: 2.307)
25. Solvent Assisted Tuning of Morphology of a Peptide-Perylenediimide Conjugate: Helical Fibers to Nano-Rings and their Differential Semiconductivity.
Sahnawaz Ahmed, Bapan Pramanik,  K. N. Amba Sankar, Abhinav Srivastava,  Nilotpal Singha, Payel Dowari, Arpita Srivastava,  Kallol Mohanta, Ananya Debnath,  and Debapratim Das* Sci. Rep. 2017, 7, 9485. (IF: 4.996)
24. A Viologen-Perylenediimide Conjugate as an Efficient Base Sensor with Solvochromic Property.
Bapan Pramanik,  Julfikar Hassan Mondal,  Nilotpal Singha,  Sahnawaz Ahmed, Jyotirmayee Mohanty, Debapratim Das* ChemPhysChem 2017, 18, 245 -252. (IF: 3.520)
23. Redox Controlled Reversible Transformation of a Supramolecular Alternating Copolymer to Radical Cation Containing Homo-polymer.
Sahnawaz Ahmed,Nilotpal Singha, Bapan Pramanik,  Julfikar Hassan Mondal, Debapratim Das* Polym. Chem. 2016, 7, 4393-4401.(IF: 5.582)
22. Reversible Deformation-formation of a Multistimuli Responsive Vesicle by a Supramolecular Peptide Amphiphile.
Julfikar Hassan Mondal, Sahnawaz Ahmed, Titli Ghosh, Debapratim Das* Soft Matter 2015, 11, 4912-4920. (IF: 4.046)
21. Dual Self-sorting by Cucurbit[8]uril to Transform a Mixed Micelle to Vesicle.
Julfikar Hassan Mondal, Titli Ghosh, Sahnawaz Ahmed, Debapratim Das* Langmuir 2014, 30, 11528-11534. (IF: 4.331)
20. Physicochemical Analysis of Mixed Micelles of a Viologen Surfactant: Extended to Water-in-oil (w/o) Microemulsion, and Cucurbit[8]uril Assisted Vesicle Formation.
Julfikar Hassan Mondal, Sahnawaz Ahmed, Debapratim Das* Langmuir 2014, 30, 8290-8299. (IF: 4.331)
19. Self-assembly of a Peptide-Amphiphile Forming Helical Nano-fibres and in-situ Template Synthesis of Uniform Mesoporous Single Wall Silica Nano-tubes.
Sahnawaz Ahmed, Julfikar Hassan Mondal, Nibedita Behera, Debapratim Das* Langmuir 2013, 29, 14274-14283. (IF: 4.331)
18. Peptide Hydrogels
Antara Dasgupta, Julfikar Hassan Mondal, Debapratim Das* RSC Advances 2013, 3, 9117-9149. (IF: 4.036)
17. Supramolecular Peptide Amphiphile Vesicles through Host-Guest Complexation.
Dezhi Jiao, Jin Geng, Xian Jun Loh, Debapratim Das, Tung-Chun Lee, Oren A. Scherman* Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. 2012, 124, 9633-9637. 9IF: 16.82)
16. Flexible and General Synthesis of Functionalized Phosphoisoprenoids for the Study of Prenylation in vivo and in vitro.
Debapratim Das, Zakir Tnimov, Uyen .T.T. Ngyen, Daniel Abankwa, Harriet Lo, Yaowen Wu, Govindaraju Thimmaiah, Roger S. Goody, Herbert Waldmann, Kirill Alexandrov* ChemBiochem, 2012,13, 764 . (IF: 3.461)
15. Cucurbituril: At the Interface of Small-Molecule Host-Guest Chemistry and Synamic Aggregates.
Debapratim Das, Oren A. Scherman* Isr. J. Chem. 2011, 51, 537-550. (Invited Review)
14. Synthesis of Rheb and K-Ras4B proteins
Yong-Xiang Chen, Sebastian Koch, Katharina Uhlenbrock, Katrin Weise, Debapratim Das, Luc Brunsveld, Alfred Wittinghofer, Roland Winter, Gemma Triola, Herbert Waldmann* Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. 2010, 35, 6090-6095.
13. Structures of RabGGTase-substrate/product complexes provide insights into theevolution of protein prenylation.
Zhong Guo, Yao-Wen Wu, Debapratim Das, Christine Delon, Janinna Cramer, Shen Yu, Sandra Thuns, Nataliya Lupilova, Herbert Waldmann, Luc Brunsveld, Roger S. Goody, Kirill Alexandrov*, Wulf Blankenfeldt EMBO Journal 2008, 27, 2444-2456. (IF: 11.6)
12. Improved activity of enzymes in mixed cationic reverse micelles with imidazolium-based surfactants.
Dibyendu Das, Debapratim Das, Prasanta Kumar Das* Biochimie 2008, 90, 820-829. (IF: 4.327)
11. Structure and Properties of Low Molecular Weight Amphiphilic Peptide Hydrogelators.
Rajendra Narayan Mitra, Debapratim Das, Sangita Roy, Prasanta Kumar Das* J. Phys. Chem. B 2007, 111, 14107-14113. (IF: 3.466)
10. Probing the Relationship Between Interfacial Concentrations and Lipase Activity in Cationic W/O Microemulsions: A Quantitative Study by Chemical Trapping.
Antara Dasgupta, Debapratim Das, Prasanta Kumar Das* Langmuir 2007, 23, 4137-4143. (IF: 4.331)
09. Water Gelation of an Amino Acid Based Hydrogelator.
Debapratim Das, Antara Dasgupta, Sangita Roy, Rajendra Narayan Mitra, Sisir Debnath, Prasanta Kumar Das* Chem. Eur. J. 2006, 12, 5068-5074. (Selected as frontispiece of the issue). (IF: 5.02)
08. Physicochemical studies on cetylammonium bromide and itsmodified (mono-, di- and trihydroxyethylated) head group analogues. Their micellization characteristics in water and thermodynamic and structural aspects of water-in-oil microemulsion formed with them along with nhexanol and isooctane.
Debolina Mitra, Indranil Chakraborty, Subhash C. Bhattacharya, Satya P. Moulik, Sangita Roy, Debapratim Das, Prasanta Kumar Das* J. Phys. Chem. B 2006, 110, 11314-11326. (IF: 3.466)
07. Head Group Size or Hydrophilicity of Surfactant: the Major Regulator of Lipase Activity in Cationic w/o Microemulsions.
Debapratim Das, Sangita Roy, Rajendra Narayan Mitra, Antara Dasgupta and Prasanta Kumar Das* Chem. Eur. J. 2005, 11, 4881-4889. (Selected as cover picture of the issue and frontispiece). (IF: 5.02)
06. Geometric Constraints at the Surfactant Head Group: Effect on Lipase Activity in Cationic Reverse Micelles.
Rajendra Narayan Mitra, Antara Dasgupta, Debapratim Das, Sangita Roy, Sisir Debnath, Prasanta Kumar Das* Langmuir 2005, 21, 12115-12123. (IF: 4.331)
05. Amino Acid Based Cationic Surfactants in Aqueous Solutions:Physicochemical Study and Application of Supramolecular Chirality in Ketone Reduction.
Sangita Roy, Debapratim Das, Antara Dasgupta, Rajendra Narayan Mitra, Prasanta Kumar Das* Langmuir 2005, 21, 10398-10404.
04. Reactivity of trypsin in reverse micelles: neglected role of aggregate size compared to water-pool components.
Antara Dasgupta, Debapratim Das and Prasanta Kumar Das* Biochimie 2005, 87, 1111-1119. (IF: 4.327)
03. Surfactant tail length-dependent lipase activity profile in cationic w/o microemulsions.
Antara Dasgupta, Debapratim Das, Rajendra Narayan Mitra and Prasanta Kumar Das* J. Colloid Interface Sci. 2005, 289, 566-573. (IF: 9.965)
02. Efficient and Simple NaBH4 reduction of esters at cationic micellar surface.
Debapratim Das, Sangita Roy and Prasanta Kumar Das* Org. Lett. 2004, 6, 4133-4137. (IF: 6.027)
01. Improving the lipase activity profile in cationic water-in-oil microemulsions of hydroxylated surfactants.
Debapratim Das and Prasanta Kumar Das* Langmuir 2003, 19, 9114-9119. (IF: 4.331)