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Debasish Haldar

PhD:
IACS/Jadavpur University (2005)
Area of Interest:
SupraMolecular Bio Organic Chemistry
Email ID:
deba_h76
Research Interest:

Synthesis of non coded amino acids

Peptide based nano structure materials

Stimuli responsive foldamers

Light harvesting systems

Designer ion channel

Nano reactor  

Delivery vehicles  

Academic Qualification:
  • Ph.D. (Chemistry), Indian Association for the Cultivation of Science/Jadavpur University, 2005.
  • M.Sc. (Chemistry), University of Calcutta, 1999.
  • B.Sc. (Chemistry Hons.), University of Calcutta, 1997.
Positions:

December 2013- till date : Associate Professor, Department of Chemical Sciences, IISER-Kolkata

August 2008-December 2013: Assistant Professor,  Department of Chemical Sciences, IISER-Kolkata

Awards and Honors:

Alexander von Humboldt Fellowship, 2006

Fellowship of Japan Sociesty for the Promotion of Science (JSPS), 2006

Emerging Investigators 2016, Journal of Materials Chemistry A, RSC, UK

Outstanding Faculty award 2016, Venus International Foundation, Chennai, India

Young talents 2016, CryestEngComm., RSC, UK

List of Publications:

85

Sonication-Assisted Synthesis of Hydantoin Derivative Decorated Graphene Oxide Based Sensor for Guanine, S. Sasmal and Debasish Haldar*, ChemistrySelect, 2017, in press

84

The Advances and Scope of Nanostructure Peptide-Based Materials as Delivery Vehicles, Debasish Haldar*, Advances in Nanotechnology. Volume 19, Nova Publication, 2017,    ISBN: 978-1-53612-421-7

83

Fabrication of egg shell like nanovesicles from thiocoumarin based e-amino ester: a potential carrier, M. Debnath, S. Sasmal and Debasish Haldar*, J. Mat. Chem B, 2017, DOI: 10.1039/C7TB00025A

82

POSS-Appended Diphenylalanine: Self-Cleaning, Pollution-Protective, and Fire-Retardant Hybrid Molecular Material, K. Maji and Debasish Haldar*, ACS Omega 2017, 2, 1938−1946

81

Synthesis and structural investigation of 2-aminomethyl-3-(4-methoxy-phenyl)-propionic acid containing a peptide analogue of the amyloidogenic AS(6–7) sequence: inhibition of fibril formation, A. Paikar, M. Debnath, D. Podder, Supriya Sasmal and Debasish Haldar*, Org. Biomol. Chem., 2017, DOI: 10.1039/c7ob00797c

80

On-line Ammonia Sensor and Invisible Security Ink by Fluorescent Zwitterionic Spirocyclic Meisenheimer Complex, T. Das, A. Pramanik and Debasish Haldar*, Scientific Reports, 2017, DOI: 10.1038/srep40465.

79

Packing-induced solid-state fluorescence and thermochromic behavior of peptidic luminophores, A. Pramanik and Debasish Haldar*, RSC Advances, 2017, 7, 389–395

78

A self-assembled peptide mimetic of a tubular host and a supramolecular polymer, A. Paikar, A. Pramanik, T. Das and Debasish Haldar*, Polymer Chemistry, 2017, 8, 396–403

77

Photo-responsive modulation of hybrid peptide assembly, charge transfer complex formation and gelation, A. Pramanik, A. Paikar, K. Maji and  Debashis Halder*, RSC Advances, 2016, 6, 59851-59857.

76

Supramolecular tryptophan-zipper form a tripeptide as regular proton transporter, D. Podder, S. Sasmal, K. Maji and  Debashis Halder*, CrystEngComm, 2016, 18, 4109-4114.

75

Solvent assisted room temperature synthesis of magnetically retrievable and reusable dipeptide stabilized nanocrystals for Suzuki-Miyaura cross-coupling, R. Sarkar, S. Sasmal, D. Podder and Debasish Haldar*, Macromolecular Symposia, 2016, 369, 67-73.

74

Porous Organic Materials from Self-Assembly of Peptides and Polyamides, Debasish Haldar*, Chapter 24, Encyclopedia of Physical Organic Chemistry, Editor Zerong Wang, Wiley Inc.  2016, ISBN-13: 978-1118470459 .

73

Rechargeable self-healing safety fuel gel, Santu Bera and Debasish Haldar*, Journal of Materials Chemistry A, 2016, 4, 6933-6939.

72

Self-assembled peptide microspheres for sustainable release of sulfamethoxazole, Apurba Pramanik, Arpita Paikar, Tanmay Das, Krishnendu Maji and Debasish Haldar*, RSC Advances, 2016, 6, 39172 – 39179.

71

Soft Nanoporous Materials from Peptides, Polyamides and Polyimides, Debasish Haldar*, Chapter 3, Nanotechnology Science and Technology, Nova Publication, 2016, ISBN: 978-1-63485-   415-3

70

Solvent assisted structural diversity: supramolecular sheet and double helix of a short aromatic g-peptide, R. Sarkar, M. Debnath, K. Maji and Debasish Haldar*, RSC Advances, 2015, 5, 76257-76262.

69

An efficient one pot ipso-nitration: structural transformation of a dipeptide by N-terminus modification, R. Sarkar, K. Maji and Debasish Haldar*, RSC Advances, 2015, 5, 59570 – 59575.

68

Assembly, growth and nonlinear thermo-optical properties of nitropeptides, S. Bera, D. K. S. Ambast, B. Pal and Debasish Haldar*, PCCP, 2015, 17, 16983-16990.

67

Sonication-induced instant fibrillation and fluorescent labeling of tripeptide fibers, A. Pramanik, A. Paikar and Debasish Haldar*, RSC Adv., 2015, 5, 53886-53892.

66

Influence of side-chains interactions on the self-assembly of discotic tricarboxyamides: A crystallographic insight, A. Paikar, A. Pramanik and Debasish Haldar*, RSC Advances, 2015, 5, 31845 - 31851.

65

Sonication responsive gelator: synthesis and applications, D. Podder, S. Sasmal and Debasish Haldar*, Current Organic Synthesis, 2015, 12, 440-456.

64

Assembly of encapsulated water in hybrid bisamides: helical and zigzag water chains, S. Bera, S. Maity and Debasish Haldar*, CrystEngComm, 2 015, 17, 1569–1575.

63

A small molecule peptidomimetic of spider silk and web, K. Maji, R. Sarkar, S. Bera and Debasish Haldar*, Chem. Commun., 2014, 50, 12749-12752.

62

Terminal peptide directed assembly of naphthalene-bisimides, P. Jana, S. Bera, A. Paikar and Debasish Haldar*, Crystal Growth and Design, 2014, 14, 3918-3922.

61

Photoelectrochemical properties of CdSe quantum dots doped disk-like tripeptide capsule, S. Bera, S. K. Maity and Debasish Haldar*, CrystEngComm, 2014, 16, 4834-4841.

60

Inhibition of fibril formation by tyrosine modification of diphenylalanine: A crystallographic insights, S. Bera, P. Jana, S. K. Maity, and Debasish Haldar*, Crystal Growth and Design, 2014, 14, 1032-1038.

59

Fabrication of self-assembled peptidomimetic microspheres and hydrogen peroxide responsive release of nicotinamide, S. K. Maity, S. Bera, A. Paikar, A. Pramanik and Debasish Haldar*, CrystEngComm, 2014, 16, 2527-2534.

58

Porous organic material from discotic tricarboxyamide: side chains-core interactions, P. Jana, A. Paikar, S. Bera, S. K. Maity and Debasish Haldar*, Organic Letters, 2014, 16, 3841.

57

Halogen bond induced phosphorescence of capped g-amino acid in solid state, S. K. Maity, S. Bera, A. Paikar, A. Pramanik and Debasish Haldar*, Chem. Commun., 2013, 49 9051-9053.

56

Structural and photoelectrochemical properties of quantum dots embedded peptide matrix nanocomposites, Debasish Haldar*, in Handbook of Functional Nanomaterials. Volume 3-Application and Development, Nova publication, USA, 2013, ISBN: 978-1-62948-566-9, in press.

55

Fabrication of microspheres from self-assembled g-peptides,  S. K. Maity, S. Bera, A. Paikar, A. Pramanik and Debasish Haldar*, CrystEngComm, 2013, 15, 5860-5866.

54

Modern synthesis of amino acids and analogues, Debasish Haldar*, Lambert Academic Publishing, Germany, 2013, ISBN 978-3-659-37523-1.

53

Synthetic strategies for the development of fluorescent amino acids as optical probe, S. K. Maity, S. Bera and Debasish Haldar*, Current Organic Synthesis, 2013, 10, 525-546.

52

Hierarchical self-assembly of naphthalene bisimides to fluorescent microsphere and fluoride sensing, P. Jana, S. K. Maity, S. Bera, P. K. Ghorai and Debasish Haldar*, CrystEngComm, 2013, 15, 2512-2518.

51

Synthesis and study of 2-Acetyl amino-3-[4-(2-amino-5-sulfo-phenylazo)-phenyl]-propionic acid: A new class of inhibitor for   HEWL amyloidogenesis, S. Maity, R. Kumar, S. K. Maity, P. Jana, S. Bera and Debasish Haldar*, Medicinal Chemistry Communications, 2013, 4, 530-536.

50

Advances in the Synthesis of Organometallic Amino Acids and Analogues, P. Jana, S. Maity and Debasish Haldar*, Advances in Organic Synthesis, 2012, Vol. 5, 546-569.

49

Self-assembly and nonlinear optical properties of a synthetic dipeptide, S. K. Maity, R. Kumar, D. K. S. Ambast, B. Pal* and Debasish Haldar*, J. Mater. Chem., 2012, 22, 22198-22203.

48

Advances in the Synthesis of Amino Acids and Analogues for Foldamers Study, Debasish Haldar*, Advances in Organic Synthesis, 2012, Vol. 5, 495-545.

47

Insights into H-aggregates and CH…O hydrogen bond mediated self-assembly of pyromellitic bisimide, P. Jana, S. Maity, S. K. Maity, P. K. Ghoraia and Debasish Haldar*, CrystEngComm, 2012, 14, 6586-6592. (Impact Factor 4.006)

46

Sonication-responsive organogelation of a tripodal peptide and optical properties of embedded Tm3+ nanoclusters, S. Maity, S. Sarkar, P. Jana, S. K. Maity, S. Bera, V. Mahalingam* and Debasish Haldar*, Soft Matter, 2012, 8, 7960-7966.

45

Luminescent nanoparticles from tripeptide-CdS conjugate, S. K. Maity, S. Maity, P. Jana and Debasish Haldar*, CrystEngComm, 2012, 14, 4034-4040. (Impact Factor 4.006)

44

Photo-induced charge-transfer complex formation and organogelation by a tripeptide, P. Jana, S. Maity, S. K. Maity, P. K. Ghorai and Debasish Haldar*, Soft Matter, 2012, 8, 5621-5628. (I. F. 4.457)

43

CdS quantum dots doped peptide matrix: structural and photoelectrochemical properties, S. K. Maity, S. Maity, P. Jana, and Debasish Haldar*, CrystEngComm, 2012, 14, 3156-3162. (I. F. 4.006)

42

Amyloid-like fibril-forming supramolecular cross β-structure of a model peptide: a crystallographic insight, Debasish Haldar*, Lambert Academic Publishing, Germany, 2012, ISBN978-3-8473-7142-7.

41

Conformational heterogeneity, self-assembly and gas adsorption studies of isomeric hybrid peptides, S. Maity, P. Jana, S. K. Maity, P. kumar and Debasish Haldar*, Crystal Growth and Design, 2012, 12, 422-428. (1) (I. F. 4.390)

40

Supramolecular double helix from capped γ-peptide, S. K. Maity, S. Maity, P. Jana and Debasish Haldar*, Chem. Commun., 2012, 48, 711-713. (I. F. 5.787)

39

Mesoporous vesicles from supramolecular helical peptide as drug cargo, S. Maity, P. Jana, S. K. Maity and Debasish Haldar*, Soft Matter, 2011, 7, 10174-10181. (1) (I. F. 4.457)

38

Supramolecular helices form self-assembled short peptides, Debasish Haldar*, Nova publication, USA, 2011, ISBN: 978-1-61122-690-4.

37

Sonication-induced instant amyloid-like fibril formation and organogelation by a tripeptide, S. Maity, P. Kumar and Debasish Haldar*, Soft Matter, 2011, 7, 5239 – 5245.(9) (I. F. 4.457)

36

A new peptide motif in the formation of supramolecular double helices, P. Jana, S. Maity, S. K. Maity and Debasish Haldar*, Chem. Commun., 2011, 47, 2092-2094.(6) (I. F. 5.787)

35

Fabrication of nanoporous material from a hydrophobic peptide, S. Maity, P. Jana and Debasish Haldar*, CrystEngComm, 2011, 13, 3064-3071.(6) (I. F. 4.006)

34

An amyloid-like fibril-forming supramolecular cross-ß-structure of a model peptide: a crystallographic insight, S. Maity, P. Kumar and Debasish Haldar*, Org. Biomol. Chem., 2011, 9, 3787 – 3791.(7) (I. F. 3.451)

33

Fabrication of hollow self-sssembled peptide microvesicles and transition from sphere-to-rod structure, S. Maity, P. Jana, S. K. Maity and Debasish Haldar*, Langmuir, 2011, 27, 3835-3841.(4) (I. F. 4.269)

32

Insights into self-assembling nanoporous peptide and in situ reducing agent, P. Jana, S. Maity and Debasish Haldar*, CrystEngComm, 2011, 13, 973-978. (6) (I. F. 4.006)

31

Developments in the synthesis of organometallic amino acids and analogues, Poulami Jana, Sibaprasad Maity and Debasish Haldar*, Current Organic Synthesis, 2010, 7, 224-234. (1) (I. F.  3.952)

30

Hybridization of long pyridine-dicarboxamide oligomers into multi-turn double helices: Slow strand association and dissociation, solvent dependence, and solid state structures, B. Baptiste, J. Zhu, Debasish Haldar, B. Kauffmann, J.-M. Léger and Ivan Huc, Chem. Asian J., 2010, 5, 1364–1375. (7) (I. F. 4.188)

29

Metal free double helices from abiotic backbone, Debasish Haldar and Carsten Schmuck, Chem. Soc. Rev., 2009, 2, 363-371. (33) (I. F. 26.58)

28

Recent developments in the synthesis of amino acids and analogues for foldamers study, Debasish Haldar*, Current Organic Synthesis, 2008, 5, 61-80. (10) (I. F. 3.952)

27

Two component hydrogel with g-amino butyric acid as potential receptor and neurotransmitter delivery system, Debasish Haldar*, Tetrahedron, 2008, 64, 186-190. (5) (I. F. 3.011)

26

Double versus single helical structure of oligopyridine-dicarboxamide strand. Part 2: the role of side chains, Debasish Haldar, H. Jiang, J.-M. Léger and I. Huc, Tetrahedron 2007, 63, 6322-6330. (20) (I. F. 3.011)

25

Intrinsic amyloidogenic behavior of terminally protected Alzheimer’s Aβ17-21 peptide: self-aggregation and amyloid-like fibril formation, Debasish Haldar* and A. Banerjee*, Int. J.  Pept. Res. Thept. 2007, 13, 439-446. (5) (I. F. 1.034)

24

Conformational heterogeneity of tripeptides containing Boc-Leu-Aib as corner residues in the solid state, Debasish Haldar*, M. G. B. Drew and A. Banerjee*, Tetrahedron 2007, 63, 5561-5566. (11) (I. F. 3.011)

23

Interstrand side chain-side chain interactions in oligopyridine carboxamide double helices, Debasish Haldar, H. Jiang, J.-M. Léger and I. Huc, Angew. Chem. Int. Ed., 2006, 45, 5483-5486. (55) (I. F. 12.73)

22

a-Aminoisobutyric acid modified protected analogues of b-Amyloid residue 17-20: a change from sheet to helix, Debasish Haldar*, M. G. B. Drew and A. Banerjee*, Tetrahedron 2006, 62, 6370-6378. (12) (I. F. 3.011)

21

L-Ala modified analogues of amyloid β-peptide residue 17-20: self-association and amyloid-like fibril formation, Debasish Haldar* and A. Banerjee*, Int. J.  Pept. Res. Thept. 2006, 12, 341-348. (7) (I. F. 1.034)

20

Nanozipper formation in the solid state from a self-assembling tripeptide with a single tryptophan residue, S. Ray, M. G. B. Drew, A. K. Das, Debasish Haldar and A. Banerjee, Tetrahedron Lett. 2006, 47, 2771-2774. (3) (I. F. 2.618)

19

X-ray crystallographic signature of supramolecular triple helix formation from a water soluble synthetic tetrapeptide, A. K. Das, Debasish Haldar, R. P. Hegde, N. Shamala and A. Banerjee, Chem. Commun. 2005, 1836-1838. (10) (I. F. 5.787)

18

Can a consecutive double turn conformation be considered as a peptide based molecular scaffold for supramolecular helix in the solid state? A. K. Das, A. Banerjee, M. G. B. Drew, S. Ray, Debasish Haldar and A. Banerjee, Tetrahedron 2005, 61, 5027-5036. (18) (I. F. 3.011)

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The role of disulfide bond in amyloid-like fibrillogenesis in a model peptide system, A. K. Das, M. G. B. Drew, Debasish Haldar and A. Banerjee, Org. Biomol. Chem. 2005, 3, 3502-3507. (12) (I. F. 3.451)

16

Peptide-assisted synthesis of gold nanoparticles and their self-assembly, R. R. Bhattacharjee, A. K. Das, Debasish Haldar, S. Si, A. Banerjee, and T. K. Mandal, J. Nanosci. Nanotech. 2005, 5, 1141 -1147. (36) (I. F. 1.44)

15

Self-assembly of b-turn forming synthetic tripeptides into supramolecular b-sheets and amyloid-like fibrils in the solid state, S. K. Maji, Debasish Haldar,  M. G. B. Drew, A. Banerjee, A. K. Das and A. Banerjee),  Tetrahedron 2004, 60, 3251-3259. (26) (I. F. 3.011)

14

Hydrogen-bonded dimer can mediate supramolecular b-sheet formation and subsequent amyloid-like fibril formation: a model study, A. Banerjee, S. K. Maji, M. G. B. Drew, Debasish Haldar, A. K. Das and A. Banerjee, Tetrahedron 2004, 60, 5935-5944. (14) (I. F. 3.011)

13

Stepwise self-assembly of a tripeptide from molecular dimers to supramolecular b-sheets in crystals and amyloid-like fibrils in the solid state, A. K. Das, A. Banerjee, M. G. B. Drew, Debasish Haldar and A. Banerjee, Supramolecular Chemistry 2004, 16, 331-335. (6) (I. F. 1.94)

12

A new motif in the formation of peptide nanotubes: the crystallographic signature, S. Ray, Debasish Haldar, M. G. B. Drew and A. Banerjee), Org. Lett. 2004, 6, 4463-4465. (26) (I. F. 5.25)

11

Supramolecular peptide helix from a novel double turn forming peptide containing a β-amino acid, A. Banerjee, S. K. Maji, M. G. B. Drew, Debasish Haldar,  and A. Banerjee, Tetrahedron Lett. 2003, 44, 699-702. (15) (I. F. 2.618)

10

Conformational heterogeneity of a turn mimetic pseudo-peptide: comparison of crystal state, solution and theoretically derived structures, S. K. Maji, Debasish Haldar, D. Bhattacharyya and A. Banerjee, J. Mol. Struct. 2003, 646, 111-123. (9) (I. F. 1.599)

9

First crystallographic signature of an acyclic peptide nanorod: molecular mechanism of nanorod formation by a self-assembled tetrapeptide, Debasish Haldar, A. Banerjee, M. G. B. Drew, A. K. Das and A. Banerjee, Chem. Commun. 2003, 1406-1407. (15) (I. F. 5.787)

8

Amyloid-like fibril-forming supramolecular β-sheets from a β-turn forming tripeptide containing non-coded amino acids: the Crystallographic signature, A. Banerjee, S. K. Maji, M. G. B. Drew, Debasish Haldar and A. Banerjee, Tetrahedron Lett. 2003, 44, 335-339. (21) (I. F. 2.618)

7

Conformational heterogeneity of a tripeptide in the solid state and in solution: characterization of a g-turn containing incipient hairpin in solution, S. K. Maji, Debasish Haldar, A. Banerjee, C. Mukhopadhyay and A. Banerjee, J. Struct. Chem. 2003, 44, 860-864. (1) (I. F. 0.547)

6

An amyloid-like fibril forming antiparallel supramolecular b-sheet from a synthetic tripeptide: a crystallographic signature, A. Banerjee, S. K. Maji, M. G. B. Drew, Debasish Haldar and A. Banerjee, Tetrahedron Lett. 2003, 44, 6741-6744. (16) (I. F. 2.618)

5

First crystallographic signature of the highly ordered supramolecular helical assemblage from a tripeptide containing a non-coded amino acid, Debasish Haldar, S. K. Maji, W. S. Sheldrick and A. Banerjee, Tetrahedron Letters 2002, 43, 2653-2656. (22) (I. F. 2.618)

4

A unique example of a pseudo-peptide containing noncoded amino acids self-assembling into a supramolecular b-sheet-like structure in crystals, S. K. Maji, Debasish Haldar, D. Velmurugan, V. Rajakannan and A. Banerjee, Lett.  Pept. Sci. 2002, 8, 61-67. (2) (I. F. 1.034)

3

Self-assembly of a short peptide monomer into a continuous hydrogen bonded supramolecular helix: the crystallographic signature, Debasish Haldar, S. K. Maji, M. G. B. Drew, A. Banerjee and A. Banerjee, Tetrahedron Lett. 2002, 43, 5465-5468. (20) (I. F. 2.618)

2

Fibril-forming model synthetic peptides containing 3-aminophenylacetic acid, S. K. Maji, Debasish Haldar,  A. Banerjee and A. Banerjee, Tetrahedron 2002, 58, 8695-8702. (15) (I. F. 3.011)

1

Self-Assembly of a tetrapeptide in which a unique supramolecular helical structure is formed via intermolecular hydrogen bonding in the solid state, S. K. Maji, A. Banerjee, M. G. B. Drew, Debasish Haldar and A. Banerjee, Tetrahedron Lett. 2002, 43, 6759-6762. (17) (I. F. 2.618)