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Sourav Kumar Dey
Sourav Kumar Dey
Assistant Professor, Indian Institute of Technology (Indian School of Mines), Dhanbad
Verified email at iitism.ac.in
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Solid‐phase incorporation of an ATRP initiator for polymer–DNA biohybrids
SE Averick*, SK Dey*, D Grahacharya, K Matyjaszewski, SR Das
Angewandte Chemie 126 (10), 2777-2782, 2014
942014
Imaging Intracellular S-Adenosyl Methionine Dynamics in Live Mammalian Cells with a Genetically Encoded Red Fluorescent RNA-Based Sensor
X Li, L Mo, JL Litke, SK Dey, SR Suter, SR Jaffrey
Journal of the American Chemical Society 142 (33), 14117-14124, 2020
552020
Repurposing an adenine riboswitch into a fluorogenic imaging and sensing tag
SK Dey, GS Filonov, AO Olarerin-George, BT Jackson, LWS Finley, ...
Nature chemical biology 18 (2), 180-190, 2022
522022
Autotransfecting short interfering RNA through facile covalent polymer escorts
SE Averick*, E Paredes*, SK Dey*, KM Snyder, N Tapinos, ...
Journal of the American Chemical Society 135 (34), 12508-12511, 2013
522013
RIBOTACs: small molecules target RNA for degradation
SK Dey, SR Jaffrey
Cell Chemical Biology 26 (8), 1047-1049, 2019
422019
Detection of SARS-CoV-2 RNA using a DNA aptamer mimic of green fluorescent protein
BS VarnBuhler, J Moon, SK Dey, J Wu, SR Jaffrey
ACS chemical biology 17 (4), 840-853, 2022
172022
Pseudo‐Ligandless Click Chemistry for Oligonucleotide Conjugation
S Mack*, MF Fouz*, SK Dey*, SR Das
Current Protocols in Chemical Biology, 83-95, 2016
152016
Aptamers Act as Activators for the Thrombin Mediated‐Hydrolysis of Peptide Substrates
X Tan, SK Dey, C Telmer, X Zhang, BA Armitage, MP Bruchez
ChemBioChem 15 (2), 205-208, 2014
152014
Naturally occurring three-way junctions can be repurposed as genetically encoded RNA-based sensors
JD Moon, J Wu, SK Dey, JL Litke, X Li, H Kim, SR Jaffrey
Cell Chemical Biology 28 (11), 1569-1580, 2021
122021
The fluorescent aptamer Squash extensively repurposes the adenine riboswitch fold
L Truong, H Kooshapur, SK Dey, X Li, N Tjandra, SR Jaffrey, ...
Nature chemical biology 18 (2), 191-198, 2021
112021
Crystal structure of the Entamoeba histolytica RNA lariat debranching enzyme EhDbr1 reveals a catalytic Zn2+/Mn2+ heterobinucleation
E Ransey, E Paredes, SK Dey, SR Das, A Heroux, MR Macbeth
FEBS letters 591 (13), 2003-2010, 2017
82017
Eliminating Spurious Zero-Efficiency FRET States in Diffusion-Based Single-Molecule Confocal Microscopy
SK Dey, JR Pettersson, AZ Topacio, SR Das, LA Peteanu
The Journal of Physical Chemistry Letters 9, 2259–2265, 2018
52018
Accessibility of densely localized DNA on soft polymer nanoparticles
MF Fouz, SK Dey, K Mukumoto, K Matyjaszewski, BA Armitage, SR Das
Langmuir 34 (49), 14731-14737, 2018
42018
The diverse active sites in splicing, debranching, and microRNA processing around RNA phosphodiester bonds
SK Dey, E Paredes, M Evans, SR Das
From Nucleic Acids Sequences to Molecular Medicine, 475-501, 2012
22012
Biochemical and single molecule studies of backbone branched RNAs and lariat debranching enzyme
SK Dey
Carnegie Mellon University, 2016
12016
Two-photon NIR-responsive carbon dots incorporated into NMOFs for targeted photodynamic therapy
K Negi, NK Pathak, U Tripathy, SK Dey, SK Sahu
Colloids and Surfaces A: Physicochemical and Engineering Aspects 694, 134163, 2024
2024
Alginic acid-based pH and thermo responsive reversible switched polymeric micelle via RAFT polymerization
K Manna, S Dey, A Phukan, SK Dey, S Pal
Polymer 291, 126581, 2024
2024
Crystal structure of the fluorescence turn-on aptamer Squash reveals extensive structural repurposing of the bacterial adenine riboswitch fold
L Truong, H Kooshapur, SK Dey, X Li, N Tjandra, SR Jaffrey, ...
Nature chemical biology 18 (2), 191, 2022
2022
Functionalized polymer hybrids
SR Das, S Averick, SK Dey, K Matyjaszewski
US Patent 9,765,169, 2017
2017
Synthesis of backbone branched RNA and the biochemical investigation of lariat debranching enzyme
S Mack, S Dey, S Das
ABSTRACTS OF PAPERS OF THE AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY 252, 2016
2016
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