October 18

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My research field or area of interest innanotechnology

Nanomedicine, Stem cell therapy, Tissue engineering, Nano-remediation

Interest in...

Nanomedicine, Stem cell therapy, Tissue engineering, Nano-remediation

Publication list

List of publications (*Corresponding author) 1.B. Bhushan, P. Dubey, S. Uday Kumar, A. Sachdev, I. Matai, P.Gopinath*. Bionanotherapeutics: Niclosamide Encapsulated Albumin Nanoparticles as a Novel Drug Delivery System for Cancer Therapy. RSC Advances, 2015 (in press) (IF=3.708) 2.I. Matai, A. Sachdev and P.Gopinath*. Multicomponent 5-fluorouracil loaded PAMAM stabilized-silver nanocomposites synergistically induce apoptosis in human cancer cells. Biomaterials Science, 2015 (in press) (Cover page of the issue) 3.A.Sachdev, I.Matai and P.Gopinath*. Dual-functional carbon dots-silver@zinc oxide nanocomposite: In vitro evaluation of cellular uptake and apoptosis induction. Journal of Materials Chemistry B, 2015 (in press) (Cover page of the issue) 4.D. Malwal and P.Gopinath*. Fabrication and characterization of poly (ethylene oxide) templated nickel oxide nanofibers for dye degradation. Environmental Science: Nano, 2015 (in press) 5.S. Uday Kumar, I. Matai, P. Dubey, B. Bhushan, A. Sachdev and P.Gopinath*. Differentially cross-linkable core-shell nanofibers for tunable delivery of anticancer drugs: Synthesis, characterization and its anticancer efficacy. RSC Advances, 2014, 4, 38263–38272. (IF=3.708) 6.B. Bhushan, S. Uday Kumar, I. Matai, A. Sachdev, P.Dubey and P. Gopinath*,Ferritin Nanocages: A Novel Platform for Biomedical Applications. Journal of Biomedical Nanotechnology 2014, 10, 2950-2976 (IF= 7.578) 7.A. Sachdev, I. Matai and P. Gopinath*. Implications of surface passivation on physicochemical and bioimaging properties of carbon dots. RSC Advances, 2014, 4, 20915-20921(IF=3.708) 8.I. Matai, A. Sachdev, P. Dubey, S. Uday Kumar, B. Bhushan and P. Gopinath*, Antibacterial Activity and Mechanism of Ag-ZnO Nanocomposite on S.aureus and GFP-expressing Antibiotic Resistant E.coli Colloids and Surfaces B: Biointerfaces 2014,115, 359–367 (IF=4.287) 9.G. Bhargavi, I. Matai, A. Sachdev, S. Uday Kumar and P. Gopinath*,Microwave Assisted Synthesis of Chitosan Nanorods and Assessment of its Antibacterial Activity against GFP-Expressing Antibiotic Resistant E. coli Journal of Chitin and Chitosan Science, 2013, 1, 1–6. 10.A. Sachdev, I. Matai, S.Uday Kumar, B.Bhushan, P. Dubey and P. Gopinath*. A novel one-step synthesis of PEG passivated multicolour fluorescent carbon dots for potential biolabeling application RSC Advances, 2013, 3, 16958-16961. (IF=3.708) 11.Sukumar UK, Bhushan B, Dubey P, Matai I, Sachdev A and P.Gopinath*. Emerging applications of nanoparticles for lung cancer diagnosis and therapy. International Nano Letters,2013, 3:45 (Highly Accessed) 12.G. Sahni, P. Gopinath and P. Jeevanandam. A Novel Thermal Decomposition Approach to Synthesize Hydroxyapatite-Silver Nanocomposites and their Antibacterial Action against GFP-expressing Antibiotic Resistant E.coli. Colloids and Surfaces B: Biointerfaces 2013,Volume 103, Pages 441–447 (IF=4.287) 13.N. Kaur, N. Choudhary, R.N. Goyal ,S. Viladkar , I. Matai , P. Gopinath, S. Chockalingam ,D. Kaur. Magnetron sputtered Cu3N/NiTiCu shape memory thin film heterostructures for MEMS applications. Journal of Nanoparticle Research 2013,15:1468. (IF=2.278) 14.V.K. Yata, P.Gopinath and S.S.Ghosh, Emerging Implications of Nonmammalian Cytosine Deaminases on Cancer Therapeutics. Applied Biochemistry and Biotechnology, 2012, 167(7):2103-16(Times Cited: 2, IF=1.687) 15.P. Gopinath, S.K. Gogoi, P.Sanpui, A. Paul, A. Chattopadhyay and S.S. Ghosh, Signaling Gene Cascade in Silver Nanoparticle Induced Apoptosis, Colloids and Surfaces B: Biointerfaces, 2010 Jun 1;77(2):240-5. Top 25 Hottest articles. (IF=4.287) 16.Roman J, Rangasamy T, Guo J, Sugunan S, Meednu N, Gopinath Packirisamy, Shimoda L, Golding A, Semenza G and Georas SN, T Cell Activation Under Hypoxic Conditions Enhances Interferon-gamma Secretion, American Journal of Respiratory Cell and Molecular Biology , 2010, 42, 123-128. (IF=4.109) 17.P. Gopinath and S.S.Ghosh, Understanding Apoptotic Signaling Pathways in Cytosine Deaminase-Uracil Phosphoribosyl Transferase Mediated Suicide Gene Therapy in vitro, Molecular and Cellular Biochemistry, 2009, 324, 21-29.(Times Cited: 8, IF=2.388) 18.P. Gopinath, S.K. Gogoi, A. Chattopadhyay and S.S. Ghosh, Implications of Silver Nanoparticle Induced Cell Apoptosis for in vitro Gene Therapy, Nanotechnology , 2008, 19 (7). (Times Cited: 61, IF=3.672) 19.P. Gopinath and S.S.Ghosh, Implication of functional activity for determining therapeutic efficacy of suicide genes in vitro, Biotechnology Letters , 2008, 30, 1913-1921. (Times Cited: 9, IF=1.736) 20.P. Gopinath and S.S.Ghosh, Apoptotic Induction with Bifunctional E. coli Cytosine Deaminase- Uracil Phosphoribosyltransferase Mediated Suicide Gene Therapy Is Synergized By Curcumin Treatment in vitro, Molecular Biotechnology , 2008, 39, 39-48.(Times Cited: 14, IF=2.275) 21.P. Gopinath and S.S. Ghosh, Monitoring green fluorescent protein for functional delivery of E. coli cytosine deaminase suicide gene and the effect of curcumin in vitro, Gene Therapy and Molecular Biology , 2007, 11, 219-228. (Times Cited: 3, IF=0.724) 22.S.K. Gogoi, P. Gopinath, A. Paul, A. Ramesh, S.S. Ghosh, and A. Chattopadhyay, Green Fluorescent Protein Expressing Escherichia coli as a model system for investigating the Antimicrobial activities of Silver Nanoparticles, Langmuir, 2006, 22, 9322-9328.(Times Cited:202, IF=4.384) 23.S.S. Ghosh, P. Gopinath, and A. Ramesh, Adenoviral Vectors: A promising tool for Gene therapy, Applied Biochemistry and Biotechnology, 2006, 133 (1), 9-29. (Times Cited: 106, IF=1.687) Books 1.Gopinath, P., Uday Kumar, S., Matai, I., Bhushan, B., Malwal, D., Sachdev, A., Dubey, P. Cancer Nanotheranostics. Springer. ISBN 978-981-287-434-4. (2015) 2.Deepika Malwal, P.Gopinath, Fabrication of nanofibers for dye degradation. Lambert Academic Publishing (LAP) ISBN 978-3-659-63721-6.(2014) 3.Abhay Sachdev, P.Gopinath, Chitosan based carbon nanodots and nanoparticles for bio-applications. Lambert Academic Publishing (LAP) ISBN 978-3-659-30120-9. (2014) 4.Ishita Matai, P.Gopinath, Novel nanocomposites and nanofibers for biomedical applications.Lambert Academic Publishing (LAP) ISBN 978-3-659-31255-7. (2014) 5.Gopinath Packirisamy, Prodrug Gene Therapy Vectors in Combination Therapies- An update.Lambert Academic Publishing (LAP) ISBN 978-3-8383-4650-2. (2010) Book chapters 1.S.Raj Kumar and P. Gopinath*, ‘Nano-Bioremediation: Applications of Nanotechnology for Bioremediation’ in book titled “Remediation of Heavy Metals in the Environment” CRC Press (2015) (in press). 2.A. Sachdev, S. Uday Kumar, I. Matai, G. Bhargavi, P. Dubey, B. Bhushan and P.Gopinath*. ‘Polymers as nanocarrier for cancer theranostic applications’ in book titled “Recent Developments in Carbohydrates Polymer Research” Research Signpost Publishers (2014) chapter 4, page no. 45-55, ISBN: 978-81-308-0534-4 3.I. Matai, A. Sachdev, S. Uday Kumar, P. Dubey, B. Bhushan and P.Gopinath* ‘Dendrimer: A promising nanocarrier for cancer therapy’ in book titled “Nanotechnology: Recent Trends, Emerging Issues and Future Directions” Nova publishers (2014) chapter 7, page no. 127-155, ISBN 978-1-63117-561-9.

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Nanobiotechnology Laboratory, Centre for Nanotechnology, Indian Institute of Technology Roorkee, Roorkee, Uttarakhand-247667, India.

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