"Hello Karan. It’s interesting to hear about your idea for starting a new company….that’s cool and what sort of sensing you’re focussing on and which sort of support that you’re looking for that dream project…if…"
My research field or area of interest innanotechnology
currently intrested in Development of targeted Multifuntional Nanoscintillators for Image Guided Radio-Scintillation therapy.
Contrast agent development for MRI,Optical and X-ray,In-vivo Multispectral Imaging ,surface funtionalization of nanoparticles,Bioconjugation,Cell culture-toxicity analysis,trageted imaging,Phantom studies of contrast agents,therapeutics based on photodrugs,synthesis of polymeric nanoparticles for drug delivery....
Multifunctional Nanoscintillators & functional Nanomaterials for biomedical applications, inorganic nanomaterials development for medical Imaging,bi-material AFM cantilevers or sensing, Bioimaging & recptor quantification uisng funtionalized cantilevers, Nano-biosensors, Lithography-Nano & Micro fluidics, Surface functionalization, Bioconjugation, Tissue Engineering-Stem cells, development of new in vivo phantom models for drug efficacy study, working for my dream vision to fight cancer by combining biological & physiochemical approaches to develop an augmented targeted theranostic approaches that will be available to common man, like to contribute in the filed of bioprocess engineering-mainly in down stream processing, improved media composition, bioreactor designing for tissue engineering, development of composite membrane for water treatment & down stream processing, Petroleum Exploration using functional nanomaterials, Fuel cell & solar cell technology, Fertilizer composition for Agriculture sector, Food & packaging Industries.......
1. Folate receptor targeted, rare-earth oxide nanocrystals for bi-modal fluorescent and magnetic imaging of cancer, Sonali Setua, Adersh Asok, Deepthy Menon, Shantikumar Nair and Manzoor Koyakutty (In press: Biomaterials doi:10.1016/j.biomaterials.2009.09.090 )
2.Medicinal effect of Mucuna pruriens seeds on cardio toxicity induced in mice by Allaxon , National Biotechnology Symposium (BIOFETE-06), K.S. Rangasamy College of Technology, Tamil Nadu, India. Adersh Asok and Vijesh V
3.Development of an ideal micro fluidic Biosensor specific for Theophiline detection, National Seminar on “Emerging Trends in Industrial Biotechnology (BioXplore’06), Vivekanadha College of Engineering, Tamilnadu, India. Adersh Asok, Antony Ranjith Singh and P.Maheshwaran
4.Cytofriendly Rare-Earth Oxides & Oxy Sulphides Nano-bioprobes for targeted Cancer imaging, Second International Conference on Frontiers in Nanoscience & Technology, COCHIN NANO-2009, Organised by department of Physics, Cochin University, India.
Adersh Asok, Sonali Setua, Deepthy Menon, Shanthi Nair and Manzoor Koyakutty.
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