Peer-Reviewed Journal

  1. Continuous Making, Stretch Breaking, and Exciton Dynamics of a Red-Emissive Organic Submicrometer-Sized Triangular Pyramid’’ Surja Kanta Pal, Vikas Jha, Arnab Mandal, Iyer, E. S. S.; Panda, D. J. Phys. Chem. C 2023127 (21),, 10174-10184.
  2. Electrocatalytic reduction of CO 2 to CO by a series of organometallic Re (i)-tpy complexes’’Saha, S.; Doughty, T.; Banerjee, D.; Patel, S. K.; Mallick, D.; Iyer, E. S. S.; Roy, S.; Mitra, R.; Dalton Transactions, 2023.
  3. Computational benchmarking of putative KIFC1 inhibitors’’ Sharma, N.; Setiawan, D.; Hamelberg, D.; Narayan, R.; Aneja, R. Med. Res. Rev. 202343 (2),, 293-318.
  4. Anomalous Vapor and Ice Nucleation in Water at Negative Pressures: A Classical Density Functional Theory Study’’ Singh, Y.; Santra, M.; Singh, R. S. J. Phys. Chem. B 2023127 (14),, 3312-3324.
  5. The pseudo-natural product rhonin targets RHOGDI’’ Akbarzadeh, M.; Flegel, J.; Patil, S.; Shang, E.; Narayan, R.;…; Waldmann, H.; Angew. Chem 2022134 (18),, e202115193.
  6. Copper-Catalyzed Aerobic Cross‐Dehydrogenative Coupling of β‐Oxime Ether Furan with Indole’’ Fernandes, R.; Mhaske, K.; Balhara, R.; Jindal, G.; Narayan, R.; Chemistry-An Asian Journal, 202217 (6),, e202101369.
  7. Mycobacterial membranes as actionable targets for lipid-centric therapy in tuberculosis’’ Modak, B.; Girkar, S.; Narayan, R.; Kapoor, S. ; J. Med. Chem.,  202265 (4),, 3046-3065.
  8. β-Bromoenol phosphate as a new precursor for the modular regioselective synthesis of substituted furans’’ Fernandes, R.; Mhaske, K.; Narayan, R.; Tetrahedron,  2022103,, 132553.
  9. “Structural and dynamical heterogeneity of water trapped inside Na+-pumping KR2 rhodopsin in the dark state” Santra, M.; Seal, A.; Bhattacharjee, K.; Chakrabarty, S.; J. Chem. Phys., 2021. 154 (21), 215101.
  10. “Catalytic enantiocontrol over a non-classical carbocation” Properzi, R.; Kaib, S. J. P.; Leutzsch, M.; Pupo, G.; Mitra, R.; De, K. C.; Song, L; Schreiner, R. P.; List, B.* Nat. Chem. 2020. 12, 1174–1179.
  11. “Chemical tools for illumination of tuberculosis biology, virulence mechanisms and diagnosis” Kumar, G.; Narayan, R.; Kapoor, S. J. Med. Chem 2020, accepted for publication.
  12. “Dynamical organization of compositionally distinct inner and outer membrane lipids of mycobacteria” Adhyapak, P.; Srivatsav, A. T.; Mishra, M.; Singh, A.; Narayan, R.; Kapoor, S.; Biophys. J., 2020, accepted for publication.
  13. Phenotypic Discovery of Myokinasib, a Kinase Inhibitor with Unprecedented Chemotype Targeting Myosin Light Chain Kinase’’ Schneidwind, T.; Kapoor, S.; G. Garivet, G.; Karageorgis, G.; Narayan, R.; Navarro, G-V.; Antonchick, P. A.; Ziegler, S.; Waldmann, H.* Cell Chem. Bio. 201926, 1–12.
  14. The pseudo natural product myokinasib is a myosin light chain kinase 1 inhibitor with unprecedented chemotype’’ Schneidewind, T.; Kapoor, S.; Garivet, G.; Karageorgis, G.; Narayan, R.; Vendrell-Navarro, G.; Antonchick, A. P.; Ziegler, S.; Waldmann, H.;Cell Chem. Biol., 201926, 1–12.

Book Chapter

  1. Enantioselective Catalysis using Copper (I)-Phosphine Complexes” – R. Narayan* in “Copper(I) Chemistry of Phosphines, Functionalised Phosphines and Phosphorus Heterocycles” M. S. Balakrishna (Ed.), Elsevier, 2019, pp 259–313.
  2. The role of excited states in deciphering molecules and materials: time-resolved electronic spectroscopic studies“–E. S. S. Iyer* in “Molecular and Laser spectroscopy”  Elsevier, 2020, vol 2, pp 521–551.
  3. Smart and Intelligent bionanomaterials as adsorbants for management of heavy metal polluted waste water“, Iyer, E. S. S. in “Nanotechnology for Bioremediation”  Elsevier, 2023, vol 2, pp 181.