UM-DAE-CEBS Publications 2020

1 1. Internally functionalized multifaceted
organochalcogen compounds
V. K. Jain Dalton Trans., 49 (2020) 8817-8835.

2 2. Phenylseleno N-acetyl α-amino acids conjugated magnetic nanoparticles:
Synthesis, characterization and radical scavenging ability K. C. Barick, B. Dutta, S. L. Gawali, P. P. Phadnis, K. I. Priyadarsini, V. K. Jain and P. A. Hassan
Chemistry Letters, 49 (2020) 1426-1430.

3 3. Role of trace element selenium in fighting COVID-19:
are we ignoring this important element? K. I. Priyadarsini, V. K. Jain and A. Kunwar
Current Science, 119 (2020) 1242-1243.

4 4. Paradoxical behavior of organodiselenides:
Pro-oxidant to antioxidant V. V. Gandhi, K. I. Priyadarsini and A. Kunwar
Chem. Proc., 2 (2020) 6.

5 5. Nanoparticle conjugates of selenium compounds:
Preparation, characterization and electron transfer
K. I. Priyadarsini, B. G. Singh, P. P. Phadnis, K. C. Barick and P. A. Hassan Chem. Proc., 2 (2020) 24.

6 6. Important chemical structural features of curcumin and its derivatives:
How do they influence their anticancer activity?
K. I. Priyadarsini, V. V. Gandhi and A. Kunwar Indian J. Biochem. Biophys., 57 (2020) 228-235.

7 7. Selenium, a micronutrient can modulate viral diseases including COVID-19
Amit Kunwar and K. I. Priyadarsini
Indian J. Biochem. Biophys., 57 (2020) 711-723.

8 8. Glutamic acid-coated Fe3O4 nanoparticles for tumor-targeted imaging and therapeutics
B. Dutta, A. Nemaa, N. G. Shetake, J. Gupta, K. C. Barick, M. A. Lawande, B. N. Pandey, K. I. Priyadarsini and P.A. Hassan
Materials Science & Engineering C, 112 (2020) 110915.

9 9. Electrostatically bound lanreotide peptide - gold nanoparticle conjugates for enhanced uptake in SSTR2-positive cancer cells
S. B. Shelar, S. L. Gawali, K. C. Barick, A. Kunwar, A. Mohan, K. I. Priyadarsini and P. A. Hassan
Materials Science & Engineering C, 117 (2020) 111272.

10 10. Polyamine acetylation and substrate-induced oligomeric states in histone acetyltransferase of multiple drug resistant Acinetobacter baumannii
J. S. Tomar and R. V. Hosur
Biochimie., 168, (2020) 268-276

11 11. Molecular study of binding of Plasmodium ribosomal protein P2 to erythrocytes
P. Mishra, C. Dmello, D. Sengupta, S. C. Singh, N. Kirkise, R. V. Hosur and S. Sharma
Biochimie, 176 (2020) 181-191.

12 12. All-in-one NMR spectroscopy of small organic molecules: Complete chemical shift assignment from a single NMR experiment.
V. Mohan Rao Kakita and R. V. Hosur
RSC Adv, 10, (2020) 21174.

13 13. Comparative studies of photophysics and exciton dynamics of different diphenylanthracene (DPA) nanoaggregates.
B. Manna, A. Nandi, S. Nath, N. Agarwal and R. Ghosh
J. Photochem. Photobio.: Chemistry A, 400 (2020) 112700.

14 14. Excited state relaxation dynamics of trans-4-[4-(dimethylamino)–styryl]-1-methylpyridinium iodide (DASPI): Dimethylanilino or methylpyridinium twist?
C. Singh, B. Modak, R. Ghosh and D. K. Palit
Asian J. Physics, 29 (2020) 229 – 248.

15 15. Restructuring of hydration shell water due to solvent-shared ion pairing (SSIP): A case study of aqueous MgCl2 and LaCl3 solutions
S. Roy, A. Patra, S. Saha, D. K. Palit and J. A. Mondal J. Phys.
Chem. B, 124 (2020) 8141–8148.

16 16. Exciton dynamics in pyrene and perylene nanoaggregates.
B. Manna and D. K. Palit
J. Phys. Chem. C, 124 (2020) 24470−24487.

17 17. Observation of extremely weakly interacting OH (∼3600 cm−1) in the vicinity of high charge
density metal ions (Mz+; z = 1, 2, 3): A structural heterogeneity in the extended hydration shell Animesh Patra, S. Roy, S. Saha, D. K. Palit, and J. A. Mondal,
J. Phys. Chem. C, 124 (2020) 3028−3036.

18 18. Effect of aggregation on hydration of HSA protein: Steady state terahertz absorption spectroscopic study.
B. Manna, A. Nandi, M. Tanaka, H. Toyokawa, R. Kuroda and D. K. Palit
J. Chem. Sci., 132 (2020) 8.

19 19. Scope, kinetics, and mechanism of “On Water” Cu catalysis in the C–N cross‐coupling reactions of indole derivatives
V. Malavade, M. Patil and Mahendra Patil
Eur. J. Org. Chem., 5 (2020) 561 – 569.

20 20. Mechanism of the t-BuOM (M = K, Na, Li)/ DMEDA-mediated direct C–H arylation of benzene: A computational study
Mahendra Patil
Synthesis, 52 (2020) 2883-2891.

21 21. Concept of reaction coordinate for dynamics of optically controlled non-equilibrium processes in condensed phase
M. Das, A. Samanta and S. K. Ghosh
Theoretical Chemistry Accounts, 139 (2020) 22.

22 22. Reactivity parameters and substitution effect in organic acids, J. Chakkamalayath,
K. R. S. Chandrakumar and S. K. Ghosh,
J. Phys. Chem. A, 124 (2020) 3770−3777.

23 23. Status of quantum chemistry research in India
Sourav Pal and Swapan K Ghosh,
Indian Natn. Sci. Acad., 86 (2020) 975-982.

24 24. Ofloxacin as a disruptor of actin aggresome “Hirano Bodies”: A potential repurposed drug for the treatment of neurodegenerative diseases
S. Pathak, H. Parkar, S. Tripathi and A. Kale
Frontiers in Aging Neuroscience, 12 (2020) 591579.

25 25. Enterococcus durans with mosquito larvicidal toxicity against Culex quinquefasciatus, elucidated using a proteomic and metabolomic approach
D. Colvin, V. Dhuri, H. Verma, R. Lokhande and A. Kale
Scientific Reports, 10 (2020) 4774 (

26 26. Functional characterization of an inducible bidirectional promoter from Fusarium oxysporum f. sp. cubense
A. Dash, V. Gurdaswani, J. S. D'Souza and S. B. Ghag
Scientific Reports, 10 (2020) 2323.

27 27. FocSge1 in Fusarium oxysporum f. sp. cubense race 1 is essential for full virulence V. Gurdaswani, S. B.
Ghag and T. R. Ganapathi
BMC Microbiol., 20 (2020) 255.

28 28. Molecular approaches for the improvement of under-researched tropical fruit trees: Jackfruit, guava and custard apple
V. A. Bapat, U. B. Jagtap, S. B. Ghag and T. R. Ganapathi
Int. J. Fruit Sci. 20 (2020) 233-281.

29 29. A chemometric study combined with spectroscopy for the quantification of secondary structure of flagellar-associated protein 174 (FAP174)
M. Yogesha, V. G. Rao, P. Devangad, J. S. D'Souza and S. Chidangil
J. Chemometrics, (2020) e3221.

30 30. Tubulin- and ROS-dependent antiproliferative mechanism of a potent analogue of noscapine, N-propargyl noscapine
N. Nambiar, P. K. R. Nagireddy, R. Pedapati, S. Kantevari and M. Lopus.
Life Sci., 258 (2020) 118238.

31 31. Cell death mechanisms in eukaryotes
J. G. Nirmala and M. Lopus
Cell Biol. Toxicol., 36 (2020) 145-164.

32 32. 9-PAN promotes tubulin- and ROS-mediated cell death in human triple-negative breast cancer cells
P. Verma, P. K. R. Nagireddy, S.S. Prassanawar, J. G. Nirmala J, A. Gupta, S. Kantevari, and M. Lopus
J. Pharm. Pharmacol., 72 (2020) 1585-1594.

33 33. Unravelling the antibiofilm potential of green algal sulfated polysaccharides against Salmonella enterica and Vibrio harveyii
J. Vishwakarma and S. L. Vavilala
Appl. Microbiol. Biotechnol., 104 (2020) 6299–6314.

34 34. In vitro evaluation of the antioxidant and anti-skin aging properties of green algal sulfated polysaccharides
B. Falcao, J. Vishwakarma, H. Jadav and S. L. Vavilala.
Archiv. Microbiol. Immunol., 4 (2020) 75-90.

35 35. Cefoperazone sodium liposomal formulation to mitigate P. aeruginosa biofilm in cystic fibrosis infection: A QbD approach
V. Ghodake, J. Viswakarma, S. L. Vavilala and V. Patravale
Int. J. Pharmaceut., 587 (2020) 119696.

36 36. The birth of antibiotics: Becoming a microbiologist
R. Karandikar and S. Sen,
iWonder Rediscovering School Science, May (2020) 52-55.

37 37. Optical nano-antenna for beamed and surface enhanced Raman spectroscopy
V. Awasthi, R. Goel, S. Agrawal, P. Rai, and S. K. Dubey
Journal of Raman Spectroscopy, (2020) 1-25.

38 38. uGMRT HI 21-cm observations of two extremely inverted spectrum
M. Mhaskey, S. Paul, N. Gupta, D. Mukherjee and Gopal-Krishna
Astronomy & Astrophysics, 643 (2020) A174.

39 39. Multiband optical flux density and polarization microvariability study of optically bright blazars M. Pasierb, A. Goyal, M. Ostrowski, Ł. Stawarz, P. J. Wiita, Gopal-Krishna, V. M. Larionov,
D. A. Morozova, R. Itoh, F. Alicavus, A. Erdem, S. Joshi, S. Zola, G. A. Borman, T. S. Grishina, E. N. Kopatskaya, E. G. Larionova, S. S. Savchenko, A. A. Nikiforova, Y. V. Troitskaya,
I. S. Troitsky, H. Akitaya, M. Kawabata and T. Nakaoka Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, 492 (2020) 1295-1317.

40 40. Comparative intra-night optical variability of X-ray and γ-ray detected narrow-line Seyfert 1 galaxies
V. Ojha, H. Chand, Gopal-Krishna, S. Mishra and K. Chand
Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, 493 (2020) 3642-3655.

41 41. Directional dependence of the Unruh effect for spatially extended detectors S. Kolekar
Physical Review D,
101(2020) 025002 [arXiv:1911.02937].

42 42. The role of Unruh effect in Bremsstrahlung
K. Paithankar and Sanved Kolekar
Physical Review D, 101 (2020) 065012 [arXiv:2001.03078].

43 43. Generation of CMB and Cosmological constant via bulk viscosity
S. Kolekar, S. Shankaranarayanan and S. M. Chitre
General Relativity and Gravitation J., 52 (2020) 98 [arXiv: 1912.06138].

44 44. Metastable states from multinucleon excitations in 202Tl and 203Pb S. G. Wahid, S. K. Tandel, Saket Suman, M. Hemalatha, Anurag Patel, Poulomi Roy, A. Y. Deo,
Pragati, P. C. Srivastava, Bharti Bhoy, S. S. Bhattacharjee, R. P. Singh, S. Muralithar, P. Chowdhury, R. V. F. Janssens, M. P. Carpenter, T. L. Khoo, F. G. Kondev,
T. Lauritsen, C. J. Lister, D. Seweryniak, S. Zhu, S. Rai and A. Sharma Physical Review C, 102 (2020) 024329.

45 45. High-resolution energy and fast timing measurements for nuclear spectroscopy using digital signal processing
S. K. Tandel, D. Negi, S. G. Wahid, S. Suman, A. Patel, P. Roy, M. Hemalatha, D. C. Biswas, M. Venaruzzo and C. Tintori
Journal of Instrumentation, 15 (2020) P08013.

46 46. Lifetime measurement and shell model description of negative parity states up to band-termination in 49V
S. Mukhopadhyay, D. C. Biswas, L. S. Danu, R. Chakrabarti, U. Garg, S. K. Tandel, Y. K. Gupta, B. N. Joshi, G. K. Prajapati, B. V. John, S. Saha, J. Sethi and R. Palit,
Nuclear Physics A, 1000 (2020) 121785.

47 47. Elastic scattering for 6Li + 51V and systematic study of breakup threshold anomaly
H. Kumawat, C. Joshi, V. V. Parkar, V. Jha, B. J. Roy, Y. S. Sawant, P. C. Rout, E. T. Mirgule, R. K. Singh, N. L. Singh, B. K. Nayak and S. Kailas
Nuclear Physics A, 1002 (2020) 121973.

48 48. Competing asymmetric fusion-fission and quasifission in neutron-deficient sub-lead nuclei S. Gupta, K. Mahata, A. Shrivastava, K. Ramachandran, S. K. Pandit, P. C. Rout, V. V. Parkar,
R. Tripathi, A. Kumar, B. K. Nayak, E. T. Mirgule, A. Saxena, S. Kailas, A. Jhingan, A. K. Nasirov, G. A. Yuldasheva, P. N. Nadtochy and C. Schmitt
Physics Letters B, 803 (2020) 135297.

49 49. Incomplete fusion reactions using strongly and weakly bound projectiles
V. Jha, V.V. Parkar and S. Kailas
Physics Reports, 845 (2020) 1–58.

50 50. Superfluid density from magnetic penetration depth measurements in Nb–Cu 3D nano-composite films
C. Gupta, P. Parab and S. Bose
Scientific Reports, 10 (2020) 1-9.

51 51. Transport across meso-junctions of highly doped Si with different superconductors
P. Parab and S. Bose
Physics Letters, A 391 (2021) 127115.

52 52. On the congruence subgroup problem for anisotropic groups of inner type An
M. M. Radhika and M. S. Raghunathan
Mathematische Zeitschrift, 295 (2020) 583–594.


1 1. ‘Use of 3,3’-diselenodipropionic acid (dsepa) as an anticancer agent’ Amit Kunwar, Vishwa Vipulkumar Gandhi, Khushboo Atulkumar Gandhi, Vikram
Suryaprakash Gota, Jayant Sastri Goda, Jyoti Anand Kode, Liladhar Baburao Kumbhare, Vimal Kumar Jain, Kavirayani Indira Priyadarsini
United States Patent Application Number 17/003,420, dated filed on 26 August 2020.

2 2. A process for the preparation of liposomes using supercooled micelle and emulsion
S. L. Gawali, K. C. Barick, K. I. Priyadarsini and P. A. Hassan
Indian App No. 202021051229, November-2020

3 3. Design of surface enhanced Raman spectroscopy (SERS) substrate for detection of explosives in trace quantities
S. K. Dubey, P. Rai, R. Goel, V. Awasthi and C. Shakher (Filed by IIT Delhi (IDF No: FT/IDF/04/2020/66)
Indian Patent Application No: 202011041435, 24 September 2020.

Papers in press

1 1. Proteomic and metabolomic approach to rationalize the differential mosquito larvicidal toxicity in Bacillus sp. isolated from the mid-gut of Culex quinquefasciatus mosquito larvae D. Colvin,
V. Dhuri, M. Samant, H. Verma, R. Lokhande and A. Kale
Analytical Science Advances, (2020), DOI: 10.1002/ansa.202000081.

2 2. Triphala polyphenols-functionalized gold nanoparticles impair cancer cell survival through induction of tubulin dysfunction
J. G. Nirmala, K. Rachineni, S. Choudhary, R. V. Hosur and M. Lopus.
J. Drug Deliv. Sci. Technol., (2020), Doi. 10.1016/j.jddst.2020.102167

3 3. Intra-night optical variability of γ−ray detected narrow-line Seyfert1 galaxies
V. Ojha and H. Chand and G. Krishna
Monthly Notices of the Royal Astron. Society, (2020), 2020arXiv201100750O

4 4. Effect of Tetracycline family of antibiotics on actin aggregation, resulting in the formation of Hirano bodies responsible for neuropathological disorders
S. Pathak, S. Tripathi, N. Deori, B. Ahmad, H. Verma, R. Lokhande, S. Nagotu and A. Kale
J. Biomolecul. Struct. Dynamics, (in press).

5 5. Nanotechnology-based wastewater treatment
Sanith, and S.L. Vavilala
Water. Envi. J., (2020)

6 6. Cyclometalated group-16 compounds of palladium and platinum: Challenges and opportunities
V. K. Jain
Coord. Chem. Rev., (in press).

7 7. In vitro, in vivo and in silico rationale for the muscle loss due to therapeutic drugs used in the treatment of Mycobacterium tuberculosis infection
S. Pathak, N. Deori, A. Sharma, S. Nagotu, and A. Kale Journal of Biomolecular Structure and Dynamics, (2020),
DOI: 10.1080/07391102.2020.1806928.

8 8. Photophysics of graphene quantum dot assemblies with axially coordinated cobaloxime catalysts
V. Singh, N. Gupta, G. Hargenrader, E. Askins, A. Valentine, G. Kumar, M. Mara, N. Agarwal, X. Li, L. Chen, A. Cordones and K. Glusac
J. Chem. Phys., Accepted, (2020).

9 9. Numerical Design of Photonics Crystal based Nanostructured Substrate for Efficient Surface Enhanced Raman Scattering
R. Goel, V. Awasthi, P. Rai and S. K. Dubey
Plasmonics, (2020),

Publications in Book Chapter

1 1. Toxins from Fusarium species and their role in animal and plant diseases V. Gurdaswani and S. B. Ghag
In: New and Future Developments in Microbial Biotechnology and Bioengineering: Recent Advances in Application of Fungi and Fungal Metabolites: Applications in Healthcare. Gehlot
P and Singh J (eds.) Elsevier (2020) 7-28.

2 2. Algal Carotenoids: Understanding Their Structure, Distribution and Potential Applications in Human Health
A. Jain and V. L. Sirisha
Chapter 2, volume 1, Encyclopedia Mar Biotechnol., John Wiley & Sons (2020) pp. 33-64.

3 3. Marine algal‐derived pharmaceuticals: Potential anticancer agents.
S. Cheriyamundath and V. L. Sirisha
Chapter 120, Volume 5, Encyclopedia Mar Biotechnol., John Wiley & Sons (2020) pp. 2691-2724.

4 4. On certain unusual large subsets arising as winning sets of some games S. G. Dani
Elements of Dynamical Systems (Texts and Readings in Mathematics) 79 (2020)187-206;
Hindustan Book Agency, New Delhi, Eds: A. Nagar, R. Shah and S. Sridharan

Publications of Books

1 Pillars of Transcendental Number Theory Authors: Saradha Natarajan (INSA Senior Scientist, UM-DAE CEBS) and Ravindranathan Thangadurai (Harish-Chandra Research Institute, Prayagraj, U.P.) ISBN 978-981-15-4154-4 ISBN 978-981-15-4155-1 (eBook) Springer Nature Singapore Pte Ltd. 2020
Summary of the contents: The book comprises of 9 chapters dealing with some of the important theorems which are fundamental in the area of Transcendental Number Theory. It includes the transcendence of $e$ and $\pi$, Hermite-Lindemann- Weierstrass theorem,
Gelfond-Schneider theorem, Ramachandra's theorems, Thue, Siegel, Roth theorems, Baker's theorems and applications, Subspace theorem and its applications. The book is intended for graduate and first year Ph. D. students who wish to pursue Transcendental Number Theory.


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