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73)        Singh, R.; Sharma, S.; Kautu, A.; Joshi, K. B.Chem.commun.2024, ( Feature Article )

72)     Patel, M.; Jaiswal, A.; Naseer, A.; Tripathi, A.; Joshi, A.; Minocha, T.; Kautu, A.; Gupta, S.; Joshi, K.B.; Pandey, M.; Kumar, R.;                           Dubey, K.; Nazir, A.; Verma, S.; Gour, N. ACS Chem.Neurosci.2024,15,916-931 

71)     Swain, N.; Sharma, S.; Maitra, R.; Saxena, D.; Kautu, A.; Singh, R.; Kesharwani, K.; Chopra, S.; and Joshi K. B.; “Antimicrobial                           peptide  mimetic minimalistic  approach leads to very short peptide amphiphiles-gold nanostructures for potent antibacterial                     activity.” ChemMedChem. 2024

70)     Sharma, S.; Kautu, A.; Singh, N.; Kumar, N.; Kumar, V.; Singh, R.; Kesharwani, K.; Swain, N.; Gupta, P.; and Joshi K.B.;                                      “Metallopeptide-inspired pyridine-bis-tyrosine peptide conjugate mediated facile room temperature synthesis of ultrafine solid                    mercury nanoparticles (HgNPs) for plausible applications”.  Nxmate. 2024, 4,10118.

69)     Joshi K. B.; Kautu, A.; and Sharma, S.; BOOK, 2023, “पेप्टाइड नैनो तकनीकी आधारित जैव चिकित्सकीय अनुप्रयोग”.

68)     Kumar, V.; Rensburg, W. ; Snoep, J. L.; Paradies, H. H.; Borrageiro, C.; Villiers, C.; Singh, R.; Joshi, K. B.; Rautenbach M.;                                  “Antimicrobial nano-assemblies of  tryptocidine C, a tryptophan-rich cyclic decapeptide, from ethanolicsolutions” Biochimie2023,            204, 22e3222-32                                                                             

67)    “Vinayak, V.; Khan, M. J.; Joshi, K. B.; Chapter 5 – “Nanoengineering diatoms in microfluidic lab on chip                                                             devices”. Elsevier2023, Pages 95-124, ISBN  9780128205570.

66)    Khan, M. J.; Suryavanshi, V. J.; Joshi, K.B.; Gangadharan, P.; Vinayak, V.; Chapter 16 – “Photosynthetic microalgal microbial fuel                cells and  its future  upscaling aspects” Editor(s): Mostafa El-Sheekh, Abd El-Fatah Abomohra, Handbook of Algal                                          Biofuels,  Elsevier, 2022, Pages  363- 384. 

65)    Gour, N.; Kshtriya, V.; Khatun, S.; Bandyopadhyay, S. Ghosh, R.; Koshti, B.; Singh, R.; Haque, A.; Bhatia, D.; Joshi, K. B.; Danil W.                      Boukhvalov, D. W.; Nath, S.; and  Rengan A. K.; “An Isothiazolanthrone-Based Self-Assembling Anticancer Color- Changing Dye for              Concurrent Imaging and Monitoring of Cell Viability”. Chem  Asian J2023, 18, e202300044.  

64)    Tripathi, S. K.; Kesharwani, K.; Saxena, D.; Singh, R.; Kautu, A.; Sharma, S.; Pandey, A.; Chopra, S.; and Joshi, K. B.; “Silver-                              Nanoparticle-Embedded Short Amphiphilic Peptide Nanostructures and Their Plausible Application to Reduce Bacterial Infections            ChemMedChem. 2023, e202200654.

63)    Menon, D.; Singh, R.; Joshi, K. B.; Gupta, S.; and Bhatia D.; “Designer, Programmable DNA peptide hybrid materials with emergent              properties to probe and modulate biologicalsystems”. ChemBioChem.2023,e202200580. (Review Article)

62)   Kesharwani, K.; Singh, R.; Tripathi, S. K.; Kaul, G.; Akhir, A.; Saxena, D.; Kumar, V.; Mishra, N. K.; Chopra, S.; Joshi K.B.   “Antimicrobial           Activity of Silver Nanoparticles Loaded Biomimetic Isomeric Short Lipopeptide Nanostructures”. ChemistrySelect2022, 7,                         e202202234

61)    Kshtriya, V.; Koshti, B.; Mehmood, T.; Singh, R.; Joshi, K. B.; Bandyopadhyay, S.; Boukhvalov, D. W.; Reddy J. P. and Gour N.; “A new              aggregation induced  emission enhancement (AIEE) dye which self-assembles to panchromatic fluorescent flowers and has                      application in sensing dichromate ions”. Soft  Matter2022, 18, 3019 –3030.

60)    Kesharwani, K.; Singh, R.; Kumar, N.; Singh, N.; Gupta, P.; and Joshi, K. B.; “Mercury instructed assembly (MiA): Architecting of a                clathrin triskelion inspired highly functional C3-symmetric triskelion nanotorus functional structures into microtorus structures”.              Nanoscale2022, 14, 10200-10210.

59)    Ahirwar, A.; Kesharwani, K.; Deka, R.; Muthukumar, S.; Khan, M. J.; Rai, A.; Vinayak, V.; Varjani, S.; Joshi, K. B.; Morjaria,                                  S.;“Microalgal drugs: A promising  therapeutic reserve for the future”. J.Biotech. 2022, 349, 32-46.

58)    Tripathi, S.K.; Kesharwani, K.; Kaul, G.; Akhir, A.; Saxena, D.; Singh, R.; Mishra, N. K.; Pandey, A.; Chopra, S.; and Joshi, K. B.;                          “Amyloid-β Inspired Short Peptide Amphiphile Facilitates Synthesis of Silver Nanoparticles as Potential Antibacterial                                     Agents”. ChemMedChem2022, 17, e202200251, 1-8. 

57)   Kesharwani, K.; Kautu, A.; Sharma, S.; Singh, R.; Kumar, V.; Tripathi, S. K.; Shukla, P.; Joshi, K. B.; “Short peptide amphiphile                           nanostructures facilitate sunlight- induced nanowelding of gold nanosheets”. Chem. Commun2022, 58, 13815-13818.

56)    Singh, N.; Sharma, S.; Singh, R.; Rajput, S.; Chattopadhyay, N.; Tewari, D.; Joshi K. B.; and Verma S.; “A naphthalimide-based                          peptide  conjugate for concurrent imaging and apoptosis induction in cancer cells by utilizing endogenous hydrogen  sulfide”.                    Chem. Sci.2021, 12, 16085–16091.

55)    Koshti, B.; Kshtriya, V.; Singh, R.; Walia, S.; Bhatia, D.; Joshi, K. B.; and Gour, N.; “Unusual Aggregates Formed by the Self-Assemble            of Proline, Hydroxyproline, and Lysine”. ACS Chem. Neurosci. 2021, 12, 3237–3249.

54)    Kshtriya, V.; Koshti, B.; Gangrade, A.; Haque, A.; Singh, R.; Joshi, K. B.; Bhatia D.; and Gour N.; “Self-assembly of a benzothiazolone            conjugate into panchromatic fluorescent fibres and their application in cellular imaging”. New J. Chem2021, 45, 17211-17221.

53)    Kesharwani, K.; Singh, R.; Khan, M. J.; Vinayak, V.; and Joshi, K. B.; “Hydrophobized Short Peptide Amphiphile Functionalized Gold            Nanoparticles as Antibacterial Biomaterials”. ChemistrySelect. 2021, 6, 1– 8.

52)    Singh, N.; Singh, R.; Sharma, S.; Kesharwani, K.; Joshi, K. B.; and Verma S.; “Transition-metal ion-mediated  morphological                            transformation of pyridine-based peptide nanostructures ”. New J. Chem2021, 45, 153-161.

51)    Joshi, K. B.; Vinayak, V.; Singh, R.; Kesharwani, K.; “Peptide nanotechnology: a bio inspired nano-strategy to combat with                              reproductive diseases”. ISSRF Newsletter2020, 26, 56-59.

50)    Khan, M. J., Singh, R., kesharwani, K.; Shukla, P.; Bhaskar, P. V.; Joshi K. B.; and; Vinayak, V.; “Exopolysaccharides directed                            embellishment of diatoms triggered  on plastics and other marine litter”. Sci Rep. 2020, 10, 18448.

49)    Khan, M. J.; Bawra, N.; Verma, A.; Kumar, V.; Pugazhendhi, A.; Joshi, K. B.; Vinayak, V.; “Cultivation of diatom Pinnularia saprophila             for lipid production: A comparison of methods for harvesting the lipid from the cells”. Bioresour. Technol. 2021, 319, 124129,                     ISSN  0960-8524.

48)    Singh, N.; Singh, R.; Joshi, K. B.; and Verma S.; “Constitutionally Isomeric Aromatic Tripeptides: Self-Assembly and Metal-Ion                      Modulated Transformations”.ChemPlusChem2020, 85, 2001–2009.

47)    Singh, N.; Singh, R.; Shukla, M.; Kaul, G.; Chopra, S.; Joshi, K. B.; and Verma S.; “Peptide Nanostructure-Mediated Antibiotic                          Delivery  by Exploiting H2S‑Rich Environment  in Clinically Relevant Bacterial Cultures”. ACS Infect. Dis. 2020, 6, 2441−2450.

46)    Singh, R.; Mishra, N. K.; Singh, N.; Rawal, P.; Gupta P.; and Joshi, K. B.; “Transition metal ions induced secondary structural                         transformation in a hydrophobized short peptide amphiphile”. New J. Chem2020, 44, 9255-9263.

45)   Singh, R.; Khan, M. J; Rane, J.; Gajbhiye, A.; Vinayak, V.; and Joshi, K. B.; “Biofabrication of Diatom Surface by Tyrosine-Metal                       Complexes:Smart Microcontainers to Inhibit Bacterial Growth”. ChemistrySelect2020, 5, 3091 –3097.

44)   Singh, R.;  Mishra, N. K.; Gupta, P.; and Joshi, K. B.; “Self-assembly of sequence shuffled short peptide amphiphile triggered by                   metal ions into terraced  nanodome like structures”. Chem. Asian J., 2020, 15, 531- 539.

43)   Diafuel©: 2018 Trademark application no 3778882. Trade Marks Journal No: 1846 , 23/04/2018, Class 4 (published) Under                       Project: “Construction of diatoms solar panels for bio-fuel production”. DST NANOMISSION Authors/Applicants : Vandana                         Vinayak;Richard Gordon; Khashti Ballabh Joshi; Benoît Schoefs.

42)   Vinayak, V.; Joshi K. B.; and Sharma P. M.;  Book: “Diatoms: Fundamentals & Applications Ed.: J. Seckbach& R. Gordon.                               Beverly,MA, USA, Wiley- Scrivener.Chapter Title: Diafuel © (diatom biofuel) vs Electric vehicles a basic comparison: A high                           potential  renewable energy source to make India energy independent”. 2019, ISBN 13: 978-1119370215/10: 1119370213

41)   Gour, N.; Kshtriya, V.; Gupta, S.; Koshti, B.; Singh, R.; Patel, D.; and Joshi, K. B.; “Synthesis and Aggregation Studies of a                                 Pyridothiazole-Based AIEE Probe and Its Application in Sensing Amyloid Fibrillation ”. ACS Appl. Bio Mater. 2019, 2, 4442−4455.

40)   Singh, R.; Suryavashi, V.; Vinayak, V; and Joshi, K. B.; “Gold-Ions-Mediated Diproline Peptide Nanocarpets and Their Inhibition of                 Bacterial Growth”. ChemistrySelect. 2019, 4, 5810 –5816

39)   Kumar, K.; Singh, H.; Vanita, V.; Singh, R.; Joshi, K. B.; Bhargava, G.; Kumar, S.; Singh, P.; “Coronene diimide-based self-assembled               (fibre-to-disc) fluorescent aggregates for visualization of latent fingerprints”. Sens. Actuators B Chem. 2019, 283, 651-658.

38)   Khan, M. J.; Singh, R.; Joshi, K. B.; and Vinayak V.; “TiO2 doped polydimethylsiloxane (PDMS) and Luffa cylindrica based                             photocatalytic nanosponge to absorb and desorb oil in diatom solar panels”. RSC Adv. 2019, 9, 22410–22416.

37)   Singh, R.; Mishra, N. K.; Kumar, V.; Vinayak, V.;  Joshi, K. B.; “Transition Metal Ion–Mediated Tyrosine-Based Short-Peptide                           Amphiphile Nanostructures Inhibit Bacterial Growth”. ChemBioChem. 2018, 19, 1630-1637 (Classified as a Very Important Paper-             VIP)

36)   Gupta, S.; Singh, R.; Kumar, V.; Shukla, P.; and Joshi, K. B.; “Ornamentation of Triskelion Peptide Nanotori to Produce Gold                           Nanoparticle (AuNP)-Embedded  Peptide Nanobangles”. Chem. Asian J. 2018, 13, 3285 – 3295.

35)   Kumar, V.; Singh, R.; Thakur, S.; Joshi K. B.; and Vinayak, V.; “Doping of magnetite nanoparticles facilitates clean harvesting of                    diatom oil as biofuel for sustainable energy”. Mater. Res. Express2018, 5, 045503.

34)   Kumar, V.; Kashyap, M.; Gautam, S.; Shukla, P.; Joshi, K. B.; Vinayak, V.; “Fast Fourier infrared spectroscopy to characterize the                     biochemical composition in diatoms”. J Biosci2018, 43, 717-729.

33)   Gupta, S.; Kumar, A.; and Joshi K. B.; “Study of electron transfer process in aqueous methanol system by using tryptophan based             short peptide – Amino acid  pairs”. J. Photochem. Photobiol., A 2018, 356, 556–564. 

32)   Joshi, K. B.; and Co-workers, Book Chapter(RSC)2018, 978-3-319-2-0333-1.

31)   Kumar, V.; Singh, R.; and Joshi K. B.; “Biotin–avidin interaction triggers conversion of triskelion peptide nanotori into                                     nanochains”. New J. Chem2018, 42, 3452-3458. 

30)   Gupta, S.; Kashyap, M.; Kumar, V.; Jain, P.; Vinayak V.; and Joshi K. B.; “Peptide mediated facile fabrication of silver nanoparticles               over living diatom surface and its application”. J. Mol. Liq2018, 249, 600–608.

29)   Vinayak, V.; Joshi, K. B.; Gordon, R.; and Schoefs, B.; Book CHAPTER 3: “Nanoengineering of Diatom Surfaces for Emerging                        Applications” The Royal Society of  Chemistry (RSC), 2017, 55-78.

28)  Singh, R.; Gupta, S.; Kumar, V.; and Joshi K. B.; “Hierarchical Self-Assembly of Diproline Peptide into Dumbbells and Copper-Ion-                Promoted RobustDiscs”. ChemNanoMat. 2017, 3, 620 – 624.

27)   Gupta, S.; Kumar, V.; and Joshi K. B.; “Solvent mediated photo-induced morphological transformation of AgNPs-peptide hybrids in             water-EtOH binary solvent mixture”. J. Mol. Liq2017, 236, 266–277.

26)   Kumar, V.; Gupta, S.; Mishra, N. K.; Singh, R.; K S Yadav S.; and Joshi K. B.; “Laser-induced fabrication of gold nanoparticles on                   shellac-driven peptide nanostructures”. Mater. Res. Express. 2017, 4, 035036.

25)   Kumar V.; Mishra, N. K.; Gupta S.; and Joshi, K. B.; “Short Peptide Amphiphile Cage Facilitate Engineering of Gold Nanoparticles                 Under the Laser Field”. ChemistrySelect2017, 2, 211-218.

24)   Vinayak V.; Kumar, V.; Kashyap, M.; and Joshi K. B.; “Fabrication of resonating microfluidics chamber for biofuel production in                   diatoms” ICEE, 2016, IIT-Bombay.

23)   Kumar V. , Vijaya K. , Khanna , S.; Joshi, K. B.; “Aggregation propensity of amyloidogenic and elastomeric dipeptide                                       constituents”. Tetrahedron, 2016, 72, 5369-5376.

22)   Gautam, S.; Kashyap, M.; Gupta, S.; Kumar, V.; Schoefs, B.; Gordon, R.; Jeffryes, C.; Joshi K. B.; and Vinayak V.; “Metabolic                             engineering of TiO2 nanoparticles in  Nitzschia palea to form diatom nanotubes: an ingredient for solar cells to produce electricity           and biofuel”. RSC Adv2016, 6, 97276–97284.

21)   Vinayak, V.; Kumar, V.; Kashyap, M.; Joshi, K. B.; Gordon R. and Schoefs, B.; “Fabrication of resonating microfluidic chamber for                 biofuel production in diatoms  (Resonating device for biofuel production),” 2016, 1-6.

20)    Kumar V.; Gupta S.; Rathod A.; Vinayak V; and Joshi K. B.; “Biomimetic fabrication of biotinylated peptide nanostructures upon                  diatom scaffold; a plausible model for sustainable energy”. RSC Adv2016, 6, 73692-73698.

19)    Mishra, N. K.; Joshi, K. B.; Verma, S. “Modulating peptide amphiphile morphology by gold nanocolloids” J. Colloid. Inter. Sci2015,            455, 145.

18)    Mishra N. K.; Kumar V.; and Joshi K. B.; “Thermoplasmonic effect of silver nanoparticles modulates peptide amphiphile fiber into              nanowreath like assembly”. Nanoscale2015, 7, 20238-20248.

17)    Mishra, N. K.; Kumar V.; and Joshi K. B.; “Fabrication of gold nanoparticles on biotin-ditryptophan scaffold for plausible                                biomedical  applications”. RSC Adv. 2015, 5, 64387-64394.

16)    Joshi, K. B.; Singh P.; “L-Proline induced self-assembly of indolicidin derived palindromic tripeptide”. Tetrahedron Lett. 2014, 55,                3534–3537.

15)    Wagner, J.; Knau, A.; Joshi, K. B.; Heckel, A.; and Dimmeler S.; “Hypoxia Regulates the Trafficking of microRNAs in Endothelial                    Cells”. Circulation. 2013, 128, A14635.

14)    Mishra, N. K.; Joshi, K. B.; Verma, S. “Inhibition of human and bovine insulin fibril formation by peptide                                                              conjugates” Mol.Pharmaceutics2013, 10 , 3903.

13)    Joshi, K. B.; Vlachos, A.; Mikat, V.; Deller, T.; and Heckel, A. “Light-activatable molecular beacons with caged loop  sequence”                    Chem.Commun2012, 48, 2733(title page). 

12)    Schäfer, F.; Joshi K. B.; Fichte, M. A. H.; Mack T.; Heckel, A. “Wavelength-selective uncaging of dA and dC                                                        residues”. Org.Lett. 201113, 1450.

11)    Rodrigues-Correia A.; Koeppel M. B.; Schäfer F.; Joshi, K.B.; Mack, T.; Heckel A.; “Comparison of the duplex-destabilizing effects of            nucleobase-caged oligonucleotides”. Anal Bioanal Chem. 2011, 399, 441-7.

10)   Joshi, K. B.; Vijaya, K. K.; Verma S. “Self-Assembled Morphologies from C2 – and C3 -Symmetric Biotin Conjugates”.  J. Org.                       Chem. 2010, 75, 4280.

9)     Joshi, K. B.; Venkatesh V.; Verma S. “Biotin interaction with human erythrocytes: contact on membrane surface and formation of               self-assembled fibrous structures”. Chem. Commun2010, 46, 3890.

8)     Joshi, K. B.; Singh, P.; Verma, S. “Fabrication of platinum nanopillars on peptide-based soft structures using a focused ion                            beam”. Biofabrication. 2009, 1, 025002 (6pp).

7)     Joshi, K. B.; Verma, S. “Bisection of biotinylated soft spherical structures”. Biophys. Chem. 2009, 140, 129–132.

6)     Joshi, K. B.; Verma, S. “Participation of aromatic side chains in diketopiperazine ensembles”. Tetrahedron Lett. 2008, 49, 4231–                 4234.

5)    Joshi, K. B.; Verma, S. “Ditryptophan conjugation triggers conversion of biotin fibers to soft spherical structures”. Angew. Chem.                 Int.Ed200847, 2860.

4)    Joshi, K. B.; Verma, S. “Sequence shuffle controls morphological consequences in a self-assembling tetrapeptide”. J. Pept.                        Sci2007, 14, 118-126.

3)    Joshi, K. B.; Verma, S. and Ghosh S. “Peptide-Based Soft Materials as Potential Drug Delivery Vehicles”. Med. Chem. 2007, 3, 605-            611.

2)    Joshi, K. B.; Verma, S. “Monovalent cation-promoted ordering of a glycine-rich cyclic peptide”. Tetrahedron. 2007, 63, 5602–5607.

1)   Joshi, K. B.; Verma, S. “Ordered Self-assembly of a Glycine-rich Linear and Cyclic Hexapeptide: Contrasting Ultrastructural                           Morphologies of Fiber Growth”. Supramol Chem2006, 18, 405-414.

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